17 June 2007

I do have a few words

Via Treppenwitz:

This revolting display of zealotry is fairly typical, unfortunately, for newly turned converts. It seems that what our hero calls "filthy Judaism" was a bit too difficult for him. He was in need of a "flawless deity" - in other words in need of simple no-nonsense guidance, built upon straight slogans that will direct his worthless life.

Unfortunately, simple slogans carry their magic for some unstable empty-headed characters, just waiting to fill the vacuum. And Judaism, like Christianity or communism or Maoism, know their fair share of zealots too. Of course, in this case, the readiness to kill and to sacrifice his own flesh and blood is outstanding.

Aw, what the heck. It is vastly preferable to watch this, somehow related, scene: