User Profile: BondmanPhil


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  • October 29, 2014 at 11:39am

    TyrantsCallMeStupid: If you are going to throw a huge accusation out there – Israel wants to “bring down” Egypt – you have to post some evidence. Of course, there is none, so your post is a complete fail.

  • October 29, 2014 at 11:24am

    Once again Nilsson, repeat after me: Every single Christian can trace his or her lineage to a convert. Unless all Christians are “psychopath cultists”, Jews, whether decended from Abraham or Jews by choice, are no less legitimate than Christians by choice. Another whopper of a fail from Herr Nilsson. So sad, so pathetic.

  • October 29, 2014 at 11:21am

    Oh, Nilsson, you silly goose. The Jews (as in Judea) are the only people extant that ever had a nation based in the Land of Israel (the current state is the third such state), with a capital in Jerusalem. The Arabs (as in Arabia) are the remnants of the Muslim invaders of the 7th Century who came to conquer the Byzantines, subjugate the population, and colonize the region. Rabid hatred is a poor substitute for knowledge and intelligence, Herr Nilsson.

  • October 29, 2014 at 11:16am

    You can paint the Jewish entrance with it, too. Jewish law does not prohibit the use of pork products except for consumption. Pork products are allowed for medical and industrial use, and lard-covered doorways would not impede Jewish entrance. It might stink, though.

  • October 29, 2014 at 11:13am

    Not exactly, Alex. In the War of Independence, the Israeli leaders decided to abandon the Old City of Jerusalem, including the Temple Mount. The crime occured in 1967, when, after the Jordanians used the Temple Mount as a place from which to attack the IDF, the IDF liberated it. It was at that point that liberals like Moshe Dyan snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, even as Israeli soldiers were still bleeding from their battle wounds, by handing the Temple Mount over to the waqf, with little, if any, government debate. The rest is sad history. But there are those trying to correct the wrongs of Israel’s past:

  • October 29, 2014 at 11:09am

    Sorry to be the one to break the bad news to you, TheTeaPartyMuslim, but you are either a lousy Tea Party member, or a lousy Muslim. You cannot be both, in spite of efforts like, which are either failing desperate attempts to cram Islam into a Western Republic system, or to cram our Republic into Islamic law. The real conservative Americans are on to the conservative Muslim infiltration, TTPM, and some of us will not be fooled by your efforts of Dawa and Taqqiya.

  • October 28, 2014 at 2:04pm

    Israel, while it is the homeland of the Jewish nation, is not, and never was a theocracy. It is governed by secular law informed by classical Judeo-Christian values, very similar to our Republic, and even more similar to British law, under which the country was administered between WWI and Israeli independence. Second, there is no “Zionist delusion”. The Jews (as in Judea) are the only people extant that have ever had a nation on this land, with a capital in Jerusalem. This is the third Jewish Commonwealth in the Land of Israel, and it is the Jews, and only the Jews, that have national rights there. The incidents you mentioned are faves of the anti-Semitic cabal, but the Levon Affair is sketchy, even if a nation broke a few rules to prevent Holocaust 2.0. And the Liberty thing, beaten to death, was settled diplomatically and is but a footnote in U.S.-Israel history. The U.S. is not and never was a colonizing force (where do we rule by invasion and force?). And Israel was granted statehood by the nations that defeated the Ottoman Turkish Empire in WWI, as was their privilege, as victors, to do. It is the remnants of the 7th Century Arabian invaders, who invaded in order to colonize and subjugate as much land as possible, who now claim to be the indigenous people rather than the Jews, who were ruling this land seven centuries before Mohammed was supposedly born, and before he led his armies of conquest to attack the Byzantine Empire in Palestine. Total fail, JVR.

  • October 27, 2014 at 7:29am

    Thanks, Jim S., but I hope you realize the faithful of the Children of Israel don’t care very much about what you or other Christians say is in store for them if they hold fast to the faith of their forefathers. Try to deal. Funny, but of the 3 Abrahamic faiths, only one provides a pathway to Heaven for non-believers. It isn’t Christianity, as Jim S makes clear, and it isn’t Islam, either. Yup, only Judaism not only tolerates non-believers, but provides them with a fairly simple route to Heaven. Hmmm.

  • October 24, 2014 at 2:25pm

    Lolita – You do realize that more of your tax dollars goe to Muslims in Muslim countries than to Jews in Israel, right? Is that okay with you?

  • October 24, 2014 at 2:19pm

    And yet, whenever Bibi travels abroad, he always mugs for the camera in front of a large dish of very un-kosher food. Perhaps when Israeli leaders show some self-respect, they will earn the respect of others.

  • October 24, 2014 at 2:15pm

    Wow. What a strong condemnation of Nolen – NOT! All the b—–s are worried about is the alleged reaction to their mosque, the very place Nolen had his jihadist ideas reinforced. Once again: There are NO LONE WOLVES. The Jihadist Imams are the generals, the mosques are the bases, the Koran is the war manual, and the orders are given in mosques and on line at site like Inspire Magazine. Islamic Jihadists may nnot have a military structure in the tradition sense, but it is a military structure, and all of it must be counter-attacked if we wish to survive.

    Separately, I am seeing the Muslims make large inroads into the G.O.P. and conservative organizations. This is no coincidence. If you are trying to take over a nation from within, will you focus all your efforts on one of two parties and hope that you picked the right one, or will you infiltrate every political party, so that no matter who wins, you advance your cause?

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 10:38am

    Once again: There are NO “lone wolves”. That phrase is a lie used by government and media to deceive Americans and make them think we are not at war with Islamic Jihadists, and that these are just a few crazy guys that law enforcement can deal with. All of these Muslim Jihadists follow the commands of the Jihadist leaders who send (usually pretty specific) orders to their followers via the web and Inspire magazine. Those Jihadist leaders refer to the Koran, which is above all else a manual for world conquest, as the basis for their orders, and in order to formulate their commands. This may not be a traditional military command and control scheme, but it is an organized, trans-national command and control system. A real “lone wolf” would come up with the rationale for an attack, the targets, and the planning all on his own. All of these elements are provided to the Muslim Jihadist, alone or in a group, anywhere on the planet there is electricity, via the web. And it is the sources of Jihad, the webcasts, Inspire Magazine, and even the Koran itself, that ought to be the target of our military, if we are to disrupt and eliminate the Jihadist threats against our nation and its people.

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  • [3] October 23, 2014 at 10:27am

    This is very healthy. Just as Western non-Muslims are made to feel uncomfortable and unwelcome in Islamic nations, so, too, should Muslims be made to feel uncomfortable and unwelcome in largely Christian and non-Muslim nations. That is why I support burning one’s legally owned copies of the Koran. It sends a message to Muslims that our First Amendment will trump Muslims feeling offended by our use of our liberties.

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  • [1] October 2, 2014 at 2:42pm

    Hah! Mojomohammed-Man makes a funny! You see, the Jews (as in Judea) were indeed thrown out of their houses and forced to live in walled-off ghettos in the diaspora for 2000 years. But, and here is the punchline, the Jews never once took to terrorism against the people around them, and did, largely, remain pious, gentle and intelligent. ROTFLMAO!!!!

  • [1] October 2, 2014 at 2:39pm

    Most of the laws of Torah (including the Talmud, the Oral law) applied only within th Land of Israel. Upon the beginning of the latest exile (70 A.D.), the rabbis declared that all laws not connected with the land and with the Temple (which had been destroyed) should still be observed by Jews in the diaspora, so as to maintain their accurate practice in preparation for the return to Zion. Now that the return is underway, the laws that apply specificially to the land of Israel are once again being practiced, praise the Lord.

  • October 2, 2014 at 2:32pm

    It doesn’t matter, runwithscissors. The allied forces defeated the Ottoman Turks in WWI, and therefore had the right to determine what would become of territories formerly controlled by the Ottoman Turks, including Palestine. The British, in coordination with the League of Nations, approved the formation of a Jewish National Home in Palestine. For more, see

  • October 2, 2014 at 2:26pm

    vmcd: Before you spouting your nonsense about the Talmud, please review this web site:

    Most Torah-observant Jews try to observe all of Jewish law, not just this one. Where do you get the idea that this is the only commandment being observed by religious Jews?

    As for your demand that Jews desert the faith of their fathers because gentiles believe that they will burn in hell if they don’t, I am sure many faithful Jews would rather bet on God and His perfect Torah than vmcd’s scare tactics.

  • October 2, 2014 at 2:19pm

    Once again, Herr Nilsson feels it necessary to chime in on something he knows absolutely nothing about. Israel is not a theocracy. There are many Israelis who take Jewish law seriously, like this farm cooperative (that’s the origin of the term kibbutz). They will also take the next Yuval (Jubilee) year seriously, as they take all of Jewish law seriously. And these are the Israeli Jews who accept that all of Torah, including the Talmud (oral law) was revealed at Mt. Sinai. Without the Talmud, the Torah is incomprehensible, just like Herr Nilsson’s posts.

  • [1] October 2, 2014 at 2:14pm

    Or, the Torah just might be the word of the God of Israel as revealed to Moses at Sinai. Just sayin’.

  • October 2, 2014 at 2:13pm

    DrAwake: First of all, you cannot ignore the Talmudic scholars who arrived at these conclusions based on centuries of Jewish law and tradition. To claim that you know more about Torah law than they do is the hieght of hubris. Second, you need to put down your copy of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion – it was a forgery. In America, about 20% of Jews are Torah observant. I believe the percentage is similar in Israel. Perfection may be unobtainable, but we are not free to give up trying. You can start by letting go of some of your anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.

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