Friday, December 10, 2010

The Jewish 'privilege'

Take a read: 

Thesis on Jewish 'privilege' rebuked, sparking row

And what a privilege it is...

We are never spared the privilege of having our identity placed in question. They say we're not a people, they equivocate us to our murderers and they condemn our every ideology and belief. 

We are never spared the privilege of accusation. They accuse us of controlling the worlds finances and media. Every country we've ever inhabited has raised blood libels, banishments and inspired rioting against us for being the cause of all the woes of this world. The accusations against us have even offended the gods themselves, we rejected and killed Jesus, we rejected and poisoned Mohammad.

We are never spared the privilege of murder, genocide or racial cleansing from the countries we have dwelt within. Death has followed us en mass from the far east to the east coast. 

And finally, we have never been spared the privilege of betrayal by one of our own. Find a person placing our identity in question, a heinous accusation or even a group dedicated to killing us and you will without fail find a Jewish collaborator in those midst. From the destruction of our temple to the holocaust to Anti Zionism and terrorism in Israel today there have been without fail  Jewish enablers justifying or even assisting in our tragedy. 

It seems an inherent trait of the Jewish psyche to destroy itself. It seems that there is a deeply ingrained desire to delegitimize and destabilize the nation as a whole. It seems that many Jews among us indulge in executing the privileges of the Jews far too often.

Jenny Peto is of course a Jew who takes no small amount of pride in exercising her Jewish 'privilege'. 

In my view there is one real Jewish privilege, and that is the Law of Return to the State of Israel--to save us from the other privileges bestowed upon us by the rest of the world, which I wish would be revoked for Ms. Peto. 


Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Poll: 53% of Israeli Jews say Arabs should be encouraged to emigrate

From Haaretz:

More than half of Israeli Jews believe that the state has the right to encourage Arab citizens to emigrate, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Israel Democratic Institute. 

The study found that 53 percent of Jewish citizens would prefer to see Arabs leave Israel. While 55 percent said Jewish cities should receive more government resources than Arab communities.

Read on...

Complexity in Israel


I have begun learning Joseph Tainter's perspective and it is good.

I now ponder the myriad of ways in which this theory can be applied to Israel.

How taxed is our society by the multitude of expensive (financial and physical) and complex problem solving arrangements we have in play?

I hope to elaborate.

Monday, November 29, 2010


Hear O' Israel,

Five years ago I saw my faith in Zionism beaten to a pulp by the disengagement from Gaza. I have spent all of these years recovering. My anger is nothing compared to those whose lives were disrupted by that chaos, at the hands of a glutton who never got to see his comeuppance, along with the sniveling worm Ehud Olmert whose freedom mocks us still. 

I have seen all of Israel. The people. The ideologies. The distorted psyche's. I have seen all of it and found nothing more than 3rd worlders--glorified and the unglorified alike.

From top to bottom this country is weak. It is dominated by the hoodlum oligarchs of business, politics, academia and religion. They are no better than cheap 3rd world pit bosses dictating the thoughts and agendas of the millions of fools they have engineered into its populace. As far as politics goes, everything we see before us today has happened before, and it will all happen again. Meanwhile, our enemies eye us with the lusty gaze of the scavenger over a soon to be meal.

What will we do to prevent the collapse? 

This is my focus. This is my question to you.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Frank Tweets!


Please join me on twitter.

Frankly I don't (and never really did) have the time to dedicate to this blog that I would like to.

I'm hoping twitter will give me more flexibility in terms of conveying my thoughts.

I will attempt to keep things going here to some degree, but will definitely have to perform  a massive overhaul before I feel comfortable jumping back in. 

Your suggestions are welcome.

--The Frankness.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Avraham Stern, the movie?

Wow they better not fuck this up.

- The Frankness

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Russian (or, the ignoble)

How gracious be he, the Russian.

The vision of altruism and honor.

Nary a one of them would eat his own children.

No, the Russian is a noble creature. No white Arab is he.

So many are the lofty moral and progressive teachings that have emerged from that warmhearted place that one can not easily number them.

Ah, those men and women of that greatest of cultures!

Let us celebrate their character!

Those great men of justice!

Saturday, February 06, 2010

Harrasing stinking Hilonim

A new Frank pastime is to stereotype Hilonim and act prejudicialy to their faces.

When I find a likely hiloni either randomly or in formal circumstances eating I'll ask them "what is that, pork?", and then move right into "are you one of those people that hates Zionism and wants to give our country to the Arabs?". I try and throw in "you think what's happening to the the Arabs here is worse than the holocaust, right?". A good old "you would marry a non Jew right? A German goy?".

These comments get alot o them really going. I usually just try to do this to people who i know have some anti-religious bias.

When they ask why I am insulting them with these questions I simply say: "oh, but I don't see you wearing a kippa, you must be a Hiloni, and don't all Hilonim believe...".

You see everyday in israel religious people have to deal with the same nonsense from the non religious. Questions like "are you one of those religious people who believe..." fill in the blank. Or any number of endless cavalier references to a kippa or kosher dietary prefernces.

I think the religious should start fighting back with the same stupid bullshit.

Short sleeves in the winter

I really hate it when someone feels the need to comment on my wearing short sleeves on the israeli winter. It's so stupid.

"what do you think, that it's summer"?

As if 5-7 inches of more sleeve will make the difference between life and death in this "arctic tundra".

I was at Shul once and this guy says to me:

"Ah, your wearing short sleeves are you? Do you wear long sleeves in the summer?"

I said:

"I didn't realize you found my clothing preferences so compelling as to comment on them. I didn't realize you were gay."

I would never take the time to make such a comment. Never. I could care less.

- The Frankness

Monday, March 16, 2009

On the new government...

a friend asked my feelings, here is what I had to say:

My candid feeling is that this recent election is just a reordering of seats on the titanic.

My practical opinion on the matter is that Bibi’s program of a bottom up/economic focus on the “Palestinian” issues is the only plan in town that has a chance of shifting our paradigm away from the futile top down negotiating strategy that has struggled in vain to bring us to a final status agreement leaving much death and destruction in its path.

However, though Bibi’s notion is superior to Livni’s “negotiating the valley from the summit” (in secrecy no less, and throwing caution to the wind), it is merely a superior hypothesis that will be tested and indeed will fail in the long run.

Issues to consider:

How tough will the Obama administration be on Bibi?

Will Kadima choose to undermine Bibi through formal and/or informal channels?

Will sectoral interests within the multi party cabinet undermine progress?

Will Bibi does bolster the economy?

What will his policy on Iran actually translate into?

How will Bibi deal with the notion of talks with Syria and concessions on the Golan Heights?

There are other important questions to consider, but these are the most basic.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Good old googely eyes!

I imagine Bibi viewing him in very much the same way as Dr. Frankenstein eyed his monster!

Gotta love him!

Friday, February 13, 2009

Just a rant against the peace process and the Arabs...

It continues to astound me.

Peace, peace, peace and more talk about peace…

People who want peace act peacefully. If the Arabs want peace then it would not matter who the Israeli prime minister is or whomever their leader is, if they want peace then it will emerge from within them as individuals, communities, and population as a whole before it encounters us. As Baruch Spinoza said:

"Peace is not an absence of war, it is a virtue, a state of mind, a disposition for benevolence, confidence, justice."

If they want peace then justice and good faith first have to emerge from within their homes and society before anyone has to sit down at a negotiation table! As Herbert Clark Hoover wrote:

"Peace is not made at the council table or by treaties, but in the hearts of men."

Additionally, the very notion of talking with those who continue to arm themselves and fight against us is as absurd, as William R. Inge put it:

"It is useless for the sheep to pass resolutions in favor of vegetarianism, while the wolf remains of a different opinion."

The fact that the Arabs voted Hamas into power “democratically” no less, is only evidence that what exists within their hearts is hope for our doom and that within their minds lay the plans for our end. I say that since they have chosen that path that we take no mercy and give them their own just desserts, hard and fast, as Henry Louis Mencken stated:

"Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard."

Since they have decided to act toy around with democracy and made clear what is in their hearts, minds and intentions, and that they have chosen this plan in unison I say: lets give them what they deserve good and hard! Not waste our time and vital energy on more bullshit!

I mean, come on, isn’t this an issue of basic intelligence? Are not the actions and agendas of people like Livni more evidence of the distorted nature of the Israeli psyche?!

Yet our leadership continues to wage both war, wield politics, and design peace like true intellectual pygmies. I suppose it is as the Turkish proverb goes:

"If a man would live in peace he should be blind, deaf, and dumb."

Finally, I fear that Joseph de Maistre was correct in that he wote:

"Every country has the government it deserves."

I fear that if that is the case fortune will favor the Arabs more than it favors us in the long run.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Who to vote for…

The only legitimate choice is Likud.

Surprised that the Frankness is going mainstream? Don’t be.

During the disengagement we all witnessed the failure of parties like the NRP and National Union to really do anything significant to stop the process or seriously impede it. They either had neither the ability nor the will to do so. Either way their entire Raison d'ĂȘtre became void.

The most important issue now is simply preventing Livni and Barak from attaining any significant position of leadership. Ideally, a Livni loss would result in the dissolution of the Kadima party, and whereas that would not be justice enough for the 10,000 people expelled from their homes in Gush Katif, trying to cause said dissolution through our voting power would be the least we could do. In other words, if by voting for Bibi we can destroy Kadima then that’s a worthwhile cause in my eyes.

Beyond that, I see that for now, in light of the smaller parties failures we have to try and affect the country from within the most powerful vehicle for change that we have at our disposal to do so. At the moment that is the Likud. Bibi has not earned my trust, but there are a few people in the top ten slots on the list who certainly have. I am going to give people like Benny begin and Moshe Ya’alon a chance. BTW, this isn’t Frank pulling a Feiglin, because unlike him, I actually want you to vote only for the Likud party this time around and no other.

As for other parties I have supported in the past. I have supported and have been a proponent of other more fringe yet ideologically true parties in the past. I have witnessed that my support for them, while having been worthwhile, has not paid off for this country in the long run. This has to do with their inability to attain positions of true relevance either due to bad decision-making by way of poor partnerships or the inability to separate ideology from the game of politics and thereby losing the ability to actually reach a national platform.

Do not be deluded though. I am not certain that Bibi wont fail us all, but right now he presents the best chance for affecting a shift from the land for peace paradigm that this country has been operating upon for the last 15 years. My hope is that his program of economic development for the Arabs and a bottom up strategy will result in a paradigm shift for many of this country’s voters and show them that there are other directions to move in beyond the mantra’s of the media and the left. Hopefully shifting them more rightward through time.

It’s sad but unfortunately the Likud and Bibi’s new plan is the only mechanism we have to change things at this moment. We cannot simply shout our slogans and propaganda and hope it will be enough. Many of this country’s citizens are operating on distorted psyches and that been brainwashed through time that things like military solutions and expulsion of Arabs are simply not only impossible but also wrong. I consider Bibi’s new program a start in a new direction, if there is any success to be had through it.

Bottom line: Vote Likud.

Monday, February 02, 2009

Barak calls for Palestinian tunnel linking Gaza with West Bank (or Ehud Barak begs for man juice yet again)

"I held it like this and then I opened wide like this..."

Will someone please do this man a favor and shove a dick in his mouth already?!?!?!?!

There is only one a reason a man would incessantly ramble on and on with this insane bullshit for so many years on end; he clearly is waiting for someone to shove a big fat dick in his mouth!

He is waiting for it! He wants it so bad that he is practically begging for it!

Wont someone please give this knob goblin some cock?!?!?!?

How insane does he have to be, really?!

I mean there have to be easier ways than this for a former prime minister to find a pole to smoke, right?!?!

But then again, maybe I've got it all wrong; maybe by "tunnel" he means he wants something else entirely.

Frankly, I just don’t know.

Thursday, January 01, 2009

the arab spin...

I hate these fuckin' people!

Is the world still going for this stuff or are most people out there (I mean in the non-Jewish world) just sick and tired of this "palestinian" bullshit at this point???