Of locusts, Zionism and Milipede

One thing leads to another. There was this Debkafile piece on the locusts in the middle-east:

milipede zionistMarch 4, 2013, 8:28 PM (GMT+02:00)

Israel’s Agriculture Ministry has set up a hot line for helping farmers manage the destruction wrought by swarms of locusts which Monday flew in from Egypt where they devastated crops. The swarm consists of an estimated 30 million insects. The first were seen in the Negev Kadesh Barnea area. The UN FAO sent out prior warnings to Egypt, Jordan and Israel. Sightings should be phoned in to the Tel Aviv locust hot line at 03-968-1500.

… and I thought – hmmm, how to make this a religious article as I haven’t done any proselytizing for a while – locusts, endtimes – it all fits.

So I went to Haaretz to see if there was anything over there about people being eaten alive and what there was was a pic of Milipede. Now isn’t that interesting – communist and Zionist at the same time and overseeing the finishing touches of the demise of Britain.

Being pro-Israel more than pro-Hezbollah or Hamas, the Zionist bit should fill me with more dread than it does but it is a pretty frightening thing, not unlike the way the Jesuits are a bit creepy really. And Theodor Herzl was not exactly someone you’d take home to meet your mum.

It’s the old story – nothing wrong with addressing wrongs against women – just don’t hijack it into some bizarre misandrist movement. Nothing wrong with caring for the poor and needy – just don’t twist it into communism. Nothing wrong with Jews coming back home – just don’t turn it into a belligerent Zionist movement. Nothing wrong with Palestine – just don’t let it be led by the human shield experts Hamas.

The prospect of Milipede being in charge is frightening enough in itself but iDave is hellbent on handing over to him unless UKIP can do something about it in the interim. But that would require some support.

6 comments for “Of locusts, Zionism and Milipede

  1. mona
    March 8, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    This country does not function as a representative democracy,the political class is a cesspit of stagnant thought, moribund,divorced from reality and are natural born liars, and rubber lips will never be Prime Minister Jewish or not.

  2. Derek
    March 8, 2013 at 2:35 pm

    Surely, Benjemin Disreali was the first British Jewish Prime Minister. Who did not do their homework?

    • Single Acts of Tyranny
      March 8, 2013 at 4:12 pm

      Quite, the clue is in the name

    • Spinny
      March 9, 2013 at 8:37 am

      Someone who can’t spell, obviously…..

    • Furor Teutonicus
      March 10, 2013 at 8:24 am

      Questionable. He was born Jewish, but was an Evangelist (Protestant) by choice. Depends if you see religion as a race or a hobby.

      Personally, I believe it is a hobby.

  3. March 8, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    Can’t disagree with either of those.

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