Friday, April 13, 2007

Try this for controversial!

Sod it, may as well really hit the ground running. Some of you may have noticed that the BBC has been a bit less focused on making Israel the very spawn of the devil in recent weeks. This might be because of the mysterious disappearance of Alan Johnston, their Liberated South-West Palestine correspondent.

However, there has been plenty of coverage over his disappearance, and in fact even some "Days of Action" by the Palestinians themselves (apparently this does not include rampaging through their own greenhouses, shooting each other or blaming the Zionists, so I'm a bit unclear as to what that actually left them to do all day), and a speech by Ban Ki Moon, the successor to that well-known friend of Israel, My Cloud Monkey.

What seems to have escaped everyone's attention is WHERE THE FUCK WERE THE BBC AND THE UN AND EVERYONE ELSE WHEN THEY KIDNAPPED OUR SOLDIERS ACROSS THE GAZA AND LEBANESE BORDERS, YOU BUNCH OF ORFTORFU-PRACTISING SHITES (OR SHOULD THAT BE SHI'ITES)?

Now I have your attention, we shall move on to the main controversy. Please do not treat this as a leak from Mossad, although if the British TV series Spooks is as plausible as they like to think (oh coincidence, it's a BBC programme!), they are just about incompetent enough to mention it on a blog...

How come nobody in the Holocaust-denying, Protocols-reading, Bushitler-chimpmonkey- electionrobber-oilstealer-hating contingent (aka most of the Middle East and most of Middle England) has claimed that it woz those evil Zionazis wot dun it?

Surely it's obvious (in fact, we at Freedmanslife even called for it) that, if the BBC and its reportage present a direct threat to Israel's safety and wellbeing in the world, as they stir up immediate hatred and create a long-term innate bias amongst the liberal suckers who actually still believe them in the post-Gilligan era, they and their journalists become legitimate obstacles for Israel to remove?

We also know from our wonderful media sources that Israel has a big list of scum they are prepared to release for whatever is left of its kidnapped soldiers. Could it be that the saintly Mr Johnston, a "friend of Palestine" according to remarks by prominent PA folk, is a bargaining chip? Or are the Isra-aliens even more insidious, by "disappearing" him and letting those otherwise peace-loving Palestinians turn on themselves again, as they blame each other in a bid to find out who has taken him?

The plot thickens... well, it thickens as much as I can be bothered to think of new twists. Still, it's more plausible than the latest series of "24", isn't it?

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