Because the anti-Israel crowd just doesn’t get it

Because the anti-Israel crowd is made up of really stupid people, and because I feel the need to channel my inner Hulk, I think it’s time once again to tell all of the tiny-brained, tiny-penised neo-Nazis, as well as the tiny-brained anti-Israel libs and Euroweenies who think they are doing this for our own good, and also the tiny-brained who have no real critical thought processes and simply repeat the latest Chomsky talking points that they heard at the last party, or over coffee in Starbucks, or maybe even during that one time they were actually paying attention in the World History requirement that they had to take, but that they really wanted to be Film Comedy, because that awesome Adam Sandler flick where he teaches the kid to piss on a wall was on the syllabus, but damn, the scheduling conflict really screwed that up.

You see, there’s been an influx of anti-Israel trolls and commenters lately, due to the news sites partnering with Sphere and other agencies, so that sometimes, when I reference a news article, my blog in turn is referenced on that site. It may be Yahoo News, it may be CNN, but whenever I get a reference from there, I get an influx of anti-Israel creeps who seem to be quite upset that they have found a pro-Israel blogger. And they are mystified as to why I won’t publish their comments.

So to save their little peabrains from exploding over the concept that not everyone is actually interested in hearing what they have to say, I was thinking of perhaps adding a rule to my comments policy. One that said that I will delete comments that don’t exactly break the No Israel-bashing rule, but that are still extremely stupid and annoying to me. And then I thought: No. The fact that this is my blog means that goes without saying. I don’t have to approve a single, solitary comment. I don’t have to even have comments. Hell, I didn’t for the first few years I was a blogger. But as to adding that rule, it was because I sometimes get emails or further comments from people whose comments I don’t approve, in which they say “I didn’t break any rules, why won’t you approve my comment?” If I add that rule, I could refer back to it.

Screw that.

It’s my blog, and that’s why I didn’t approve your comment. It’s my blog, and that’s why I get to tell people to take their Israel-hating venom and shove it up their asses, because the only way it gets on my blog is when I put it into a post to mock it.

It’s my blog, and that’s why all of some previous commenters’ comments go into the killfile automatically. They lost their commenting privilege—and it is a privilege, not a right—and that’s the end of that.

It’s my blog, and I get to set the rules of what I’d like to read in my comments section.

Do I want to have posts with long, interesting discussions about Israel? You betcha. Will I get them if I allow the Israel-bashers in? No. Won’t happen. Because everywhere else online, every single unmoderated conversation about Israel is ultimately hijacked by the anti-Israel scumbags. And sooner or later, out comes the anti-Semitism. You have the Stormfront POS’s, the David Duke POS’s, the Pat Buchanan POS’s, and the general, all-around anti-Semitic POS’s simply waiting for the opportunity to spout their venom any place they can, and when they find a blog like mine, with such a large Jewish readership, and so many unabashed Zionists, well, they are not merely POS’s, they are also just as happy as pigs in shit. (The fact that they resemble those selfsame pigs is not lost upon me or my readers.) So why make anti-Semitic POS’s happy if I have the chance to piss them off? It’s a no-brainer. And knowing I have made yet another anti-Semitic bastard a little less happy with his life, well, that’s just the icing on the cake.

Do I think that all criticism of Israel is anti-Semitic? Nope. But all unmoderated discussions (and many moderated ones) about Israel always seem to wind up there. So until that changes (or the world does, whichever comes first), I’m going to keep on pissing off the Jew-haters by not approving their Israel-hating comments. (Oh, and I’ll keep on pissing off the people who used to comment here, but can’t anymore, because they’re apparently too stupid to understand that their comments go, unread, into the trash.)

There. I feel much better now. Time to go check the mailbox and see what the aggregator dragged in, so I can piss off yet another Jew-hater.

It’s not a bug. It’s a feature.

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12 Responses to Because the anti-Israel crowd just doesn’t get it

  1. Peretz48 says:

    You got it right. Once the scumbags put Jews on the defensive they wind up having to justify their existence. “Oh, I’m not one of those who controls the banks, the media, etc. And I’m not cheap. And I do help others besides fellow Jews.” And on and on. Someone doesn’t like me, good. “Now get outta my face before something happens that you won’t like.”

  2. jen says:

    Good for you, Meryl. It is your blog, and I appreciate the opportunity to learn the truth about what’s going on, without having to wade through the hate.

  3. cliff was from montreal says:

    Keep up the good work Meryl.
    Something about pushing those anti-semites buttons knowing they are turning red, gives me great satisfaction! :-)

  4. John M. says:

    Take no prisoners, Meryl.

  5. Michael Lonie says:

    Don’t hold back Meryl, it’s unhealthy. Let your real feelings show.

    Hmm, maybe not. I would not care to read too much really bad language here.

    Isaac Asimov once met a nun who was ravishingly beautiful He told her that she looked like the actresses one sees in nun pictures, a popular genre for a while.

    “Oh those nun pictures,” she said, “you should hear how we talk about them among ourselves.”

    “You don’t use bad language, do you?” Asimov said.

    “No, but we use very harsh good language.”

  6. Robert says:

    Thank you.

  7. Cameron says:

    Reading your sentiment on this matter never fails to warm my dark and cynical heart.

  8. Michael, I cleaned up the language while editing the post. I can swear like a sailor, but I stopped doing that a long time ago. It does come out when necessary, though.

  9. Bob says:

    I endeavor to be G-rated on my blog, but I once had a rabidly anti-Semitic commenter who really got under my skin. I know the best policy is just to delete such comments without acknowledging them, but instead I posted a scatalogical response which I have to confess (guiltily) felt so good. I left that post up for a day or so and then deleted it — best not to taunt the Google gods. So there’s no need to explain, Meryl. Some folks are just begging for advice on creatives uses for a broomstick.

  10. Bill says:

    I keep telling people this. You cannot let the propagandists have a platform to air their filthy views. Shut them out of every place you can. Delete every one of their comments. Do not give them a platform for their venom and bile.

    Good job, Meryl. I wish more bloggers were like you and denied these creeps a platform to air their propaganda.

  11. Michael Lonie says:

    I figured you could swear like a trooper.

    I really don’t see much difference between most of the anti-Israel crowd and antisemites. If Israel’s enemies get their way and Israel is destroyed (Lord forbid) nobody with two brain cells to click togerther will doubt that five million Jews will face genocide. So anybody taking the Pali Arab’s part is “objectively” (as our old fiends the Commies would say) advocating genocide. Even in the hypothetical “single, democratic, binational” state postulated by the naive quacks, the Muslims will quickly treat the Jews like the Serbs treated the Bosnian Muslims, or worse.

    In such a case who will come to the aid of the threatened Jews? There is only one possibility, and I hate to admit it, but even that not absolutely certain: The United States of America.

    But Americans should remember that Israel’s enemies are our enemies too. They will come for the Jews first, but they will come for us afterwards. They already have. Decades of terrorism against Israel morphed into a world-wide terrorism war against the USA and, beyond that, against Western Civilization in general.

    Seen it before. Been there, done that, lost the t-shirt and fifty million people. Complacency threatens survival.

  12. JudgeRight says:

    Your site was recommended to me by a friend. This is my first visit. Looks like I have good timing. As a fellow blogger and supporter of Israel and the Jews, I have a bit of this stuff to deal with myself. I’ll be taking your ‘advice’ to heart. I’m certainly willing to debate and have meaningful discussions, but I’m not willing to platform for venomous, villainous commenters. They don’t have a right to comment. Matter of fact, most of their rights concerns are based on false premises.

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