My Own “So Sorry”
Awareness of one’s wrongful actions is a Biblical tenet, and it’s the first step toward being righteous in G-d’s sight. Judaism also has it that the forgiveness for wrongdoing must be asked of the one wronged, so that the recognition and regret of one’s misdeeds toward his fellow human being have to be followed by asking forgiveness of that human being, not of G-d—HaShem forgives only transgressions toward Him (for example, eating non-kosher food). This heritage has, unfortunately, like most moral precepts of the Bible, been carried to the extreme and twisted by the moonbats. So last March there was a “day of repentance” in the West for the sin of slavery, which was abolished long ago and in which more groups beside Westerners took part (who sold the Africans to Europe and America in the first place? Among others, Africans themselves and Muslims. But that doesn’t make for a good anti-Occidental narrative).
Confessing the sins of (and even that’s not for sure) his fathers. From A Western Heart.
And now we have American Dhimmicommies proposing that the US taxpayer shell out money to pay reparations for… the World War II victims of Japanese atrocities in Guam! That’s beyond belief, but nothing is out of bounds for those who have deep, pathological self-hatred and misplaced guilt-feelings to match.
The saying goes, “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em”. I don’t always follow it, but now I’m going to, on the suitable occasion of the foiled (thanks be to G-d) Fort Dix jihad plot. This plot is noteworthy because it was hatched by Albanians from Kosovo—Muslims who were saved in the 1990’s by the intervention of NATO, by Bill Clinton’s order to bomb Serbia. It serves, then, together with Kuwaitis who curse America at the Hajj (Kuwait was freed from Saddam’s yoke by Bush I in 1991), as a stellar example of Muslim gratitude.
I’m not an American or European citizen, so I had nothing to do with the NATO offensive against Serbia. But I believed the MSM’s portrayal of the whole conflict back then, just as almost everyone did, and I rooted for the Bosnian Muslims against the Serbs. Today, having seen, last summer in Lebanon, what lies the Muslims are capable of, and having read of such blatantly demonic portrayals of Ariel Sharon by the outside media, I have little faith in the innocence of the Bosnian Muslims those years, and I’m very skeptical about Milošević (I haven’t researched it enough yet, so my jury is still out on him, but I can say this: I’m not taking anything from the Western Leftist TreasonMedia without a big chunk of salt).
It is on this note that I, even though I had nothing active to do with the betrayal and devastation of Serbia in the years 1992–5, express regret for those events. I regret having swallowed the MSM spin uncritically, but, most of all, I regret having rooted for the intervention in favor of Muslims in Europe against non-Muslims. A strong Christian Balkan Peninsula, and the lack of any Islamic presence there, is in the interests of all the free-loving world. Therefore:
I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry for my mental part, and for America’s and Europe’s physical part, in the Balkans debacle of the 1990’s, which ended in the establishment of a permanent, West-hating Islamic presence there. I’m sorry, and I look forward to a future of wiser policies, policies of aid to real friends rather than to undeserving, perpetual enemies.
And if it’s historical events we’re talking about, here’s something worth remembering about the Bosnian Muslims:
And the G-d of Justice will repay, speedily in our days, amen.
A must-read link I just can’t pass by: The Khazar Myth and the New Anti-Semitism, by the great and valiant Steven Plaut. Excerpt I consider the most important:
[…] The greatest irony is that even if the entire Khazar theory of Ashkenazi Jews were correct—and virtually none of it is correct—it would be entirely irrelevant. Judaism has never defined Jews on racial grounds. […] [Emphasis original. —ZY]
Read it all.