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I expect everyone has heard about Queers for Palestine and been perplexed as to why queers would want to show solidarity with those who would execute them. This queer was even more perplexed to hear about an event held by a group called Palestinians for Queers, until he learned it took place on the roof of a tall building. 

The famously queer Douglas Murray whom I greatly admire has been sounding off on the incongruity of Gays for Gaza.

The sleep of reason produces monsters, and that is no more apparent than in the deeds of Ham Ass and those who support them. Listen to this unhinged professor — yes, a professor, tenured — as she's being arrested on campus at Irvine, California, where mindless Woke students, professors and paid agitators had set up an encampment and were refusing to disperse.

Explaining why the police had been called in, the University Chancellor said, “The latest campus-specific and systemwide demands made by our encampers and their counterparts across the University of California attempted to dictate that anyone who disagreed with them must conform to their opinions. …  their assault on the academic freedom rights of our faculty and the free speech rights of faculty and students was appalling.”

Well, that doesn't sound like the Woke-Fascists at all, now does it?!

On the matter at hand, just so we're clear: Genocide is what the bestial butchers of Ham Ass perpetrated on October 7. Ongoing genocide is what Ham Ass and Iran propose for Jews and Israel. “Every day will be October 7 for you.”

Israel's pursuit of Ham Ass, its scrupulous efforts to minimise civilian casualties in spite of Ham Ass's evil use of civilians as human shields, are not genocide. Don't believe the phoney casualty statistics supplied by Ham Ass and repeated by gullible toadies. Hell, even Beijing Biden, stooge of  Iran, isn't calling it genocide… at least, not to Jewish audiences.

“Remember the 7th of October! That will happen not one more time, not five more times, not 10 more times, not 100 more times, not 1000 more times, but 10,000 times! 7th October is going to be every day for you.”

Ladies and gentlemen, that is genocide!

Would that the zealous theocrats, the mullahs and ayatollahs who spawn that sort of stuff could chill out a bit. More helicopter rides, perhaps?

Bret Stephens, an opinion writer for the New York Times, opines as follows:

There used to be a sign (which, for all I know, is still there) somewhere in the C.I.A.’s headquarters that read, “Every day is Sept. 12.” It was placed there to remind the agency’s staffers that what they felt right after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 — the sense of outrage and purpose, of favoring initiative over caution, of taking nothing for granted — had to be the mind-set with which they arrived to work every day.

There ought to be a similar sign in every Jewish organisation, synagogue and day school, and on the desks of anyone — Jewish or not — for whom the security and wellbeing of the Jews is a sacred calling: “Every day is Oct. 8.”

What was Oct. 8? It wasn’t just the day after the single greatest atrocity against Jews since the Holocaust, an atrocity whose details were impossible to miss because the perpetrators made sure to film them. It was the day when that atrocity was celebrated. Not just in places like Tehran, but also on the streets of Manhattan and on too many college campuses. And it was the day in which, instead of it being universally denounced by institutional leaders, we began to see it often ignored or addressed in belated and carefully parsed statements of regret.

In the wake of the anti-Semitic hysteria that has raged all over the world since October 7, a video has resurfaced from 2010, of an exchange between Jewish author David Horowitz and an apologist for Ham Ass. It tells you all you need to know.

If  Israel surrenders there will be more genocide as promised by Ham Ass; if Ham Ass surrenders, or better yet, is destroyed, there will be peace, and in one country at least, tall buildings will hold no terror for gays.

Count me in as a Queer for Israel!

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Lindsay Perigo
Lindsay Perigo is a New Zealand broadcaster, author and commentator, once hailed by Metro magazine as “the doyen of political interviewers.” He infamously walked out of Television New Zealand in 1993, calling its news and current affairs “braindead.” Lindsay contributes to the Breakfast programme with Perigo's Perspective on Thursday mornings.

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