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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Monday, February 27, 2006

Har HabaytStreet

by Caroline Glick


Ilan Halimi and Israel
Ilan Halimi's monstrous murder in France should awaken all Jews to the most significant truth of our times: Today, every Jew in the world is on the front lines of war.

As was the case 70 years ago, every Jew today is a target for our enemies, who shout from every soapbox and prove at every opportunity that their goal is the annihilation of the Jewish people. From 1933-1945, the enemy was Nazi Germany. Today, the enemy is political Islam. Its call for jihad aimed at annihilating the Jews and dominating the world is answered by millions of people throughout the world.

Among the lessons of the Holocaust, there is one that is almost never mentioned. That lesson is that it is possible, and indeed fairly easy to exterminate the Jews. The fact that the Holocaust happened proves that it is absolutely possible for the Jewish people to be wiped off the map - just as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Hamas leader Khaled Mashal promise.

The story of Ilan Halimi's murder at the hands of a terrorist gang of French Muslims brings to the surface the various pathologies now converging to make the prospect of annihilating all Jews seem possible to our enemies. First, there are the murderers who took such apparent pleasure and felt such pride in the fact that for 20 days they tortured their Jewish hostage to death.

This makes sense. Anti-Semitism in the Muslim dominated suburbs of Paris and other French cities is all-encompassing. As Nidra Poller related in Thursday's Wall Street Journal, "One of the most troubling aspects of this affair is the probable involvement of relatives and neighbors, beyond the immediate circle of the gang [of kidnappers], who were told about the Jewish hostage and dropped in to participate in the torture."

It appears that Ilan Halimi's murderers had some connection to Hamas. Tuesday, French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy said that police found propaganda published by the Palestinian Charity Committee or the CBSP at the home of one of the suspects. The European Jewish Press reported this week that Israel has alleged that the organization is a front group for Palestinian terrorists and that in August 2003 the US government froze the organization's US bank accounts, accusing it of links with Hamas.
Halimi's family alleges that throughout the 20 days of Ilan's captivity, the French police refused to take the anti-Semitic motivations of the kidnappers into account. The investigators insisted on viewing his kidnap as a garden variety kidnap-for-ransom criminal case, which they said generally involves no threat to the life of the captive. The police maintained their refusal to investigate the anti-Semitic motivations of the kidnappers in spite of the fact that in their e-mail and telephone communications with Ilan's family, his captors repeatedly referred to his Judaism, and on at least one occasion recited verses from the Koran while Ilan was heard screaming in agony in the background. The family alleges that if the police had been willing to acknowledge that Ilan was abducted because he was Jewish, they would have recognized that his life was in clear and immediate danger and acted with greater urgency.

Like the police, the French government waited an entire week after Ilan was found naked, with cuts and burns over 80 percent of his body by a train station in suburban Paris, before acknowledging the anti-Semitic nature of the crime. According to the press reports, the French government was at least partially motivated to suppress the issue of anti-Semitism because it feared inflaming the passions of the French Muslims who make up between 10 to 13 percent of the French population and comprise a quarter of the population under 25 years old. And yet, now that the French government has acknowledged that the crime was motivated by hatred of Jews, it is behaving responsibly in pursuing the murderers and decrying the attack on French Jewry.

In addition to the exterminationist anti-Semitism of Ilan's murderers and the unwillingness of the French authorities to acknowledge the anti-Semitic nature of the crime until it was too late, there is one more aspect of the case that bears note. That is Israel's reaction to the atrocity. In short, there has been absolutely no official Israeli reaction to the abduction, torture and murder of a Jew in France by a predominantly Muslim terrorist gang that kidnapped, tortured and murdered him because he was a Jew.

No Israeli government minister, official or spokesman has condemned his murder. No Israeli official has demanded that the French authorities investigate why the police refused to take anti-Semitism into account during Ilan's captivity. No Israeli official flew to Paris to participate in Ilan's funeral or any other memorial or demonstration in his memory. The Foreign Ministry's Web site makes no mention of his murder. The Israeli Embassy in Paris - which has been without an ambassador for the past several months - only publicly expressed its condolences to the Halimi family on February 23, 10 days after Ilan was found. This, when the French Jewish community considers Halimi's murder to have been the greatest calamity to have befallen it in recent years; when aliya rates rose 25% last year; and when Ilan's mother has told reporters that her son had planned to make aliya soon and was just staying in France to save money to finance his move to Israel. For its part, as Michelle Mazel pointed out in The Jerusalem Post yesterday, the French press has noted that the Israeli media has not given the story prominent coverage. Halimi's murder has not appeared on the front pages of the papers or at the top of the television or radio broadcasts.
Although appalling, the absence of an official Israeli outcry against Halimi's murder is not the least surprising. Today, the unelected Kadima interim government, like the Israeli media, is doing everything in its power to lull the Israeli people into complacency towards the storm of war raging around us. Against the daily barrages of Kassam rockets on southern Israel; nervous reports of al-Qaida setting up shop in Judea, Samaria and Gaza; the ascension of Hamas to power in the Palestinian Authority; and Iran's threats of nuclear annihilation, Israel's citizenry, under the spell of Kadima and the media, appears intent on ignoring the dangers and pretending that what happens to Jews in France has nothing to do with us.

Israel's societal meekness accords well with Kadima's ideology. Its creed was best expressed by Foreign Minister, Justice Minister and Immigration Minister Tzipi Livni last month at the Herzliya Conference and is best characterized as "conditional Zionism." In her speech, Livni explained that Israel's international legitimacy is conditional. Unless a Palestinian state is established in Judea, Samaria and Gaza, she warned, Israel will lose its legitimacy as a Jewish state.

So for Livni, Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Shimon Peres and the rest of the Kadima gang, unlike every other people in the world, the Jewish people does not have an inherent, natural right to exist as a free, sovereign and independent people in its homeland. For Kadima, the Jewish people's right to self-determination in our land years is conditional on our enemies' acceptance of our right to be here.

Kadima's conditional Zionism finds expression in its policies in Judea and Samaria. There, the gist of the government's actions is that the only people with inherent human rights in Judea and Samaria are the Arabs.

Throughout the areas, the government, backed by the post-Zionist courts, prohibits Jews from building on land that Jews own. Today, as Moshe Rosenbaum, the mayor of Beit El explains, even receiving a permit to build an extension on a standing house or additional classrooms in a school is all but impossible.

While Olmert and Internal Security Minister Gideon Ezra have repeatedly condemned Jews for allegedly cutting down trees owned by Arabs in Judea and Samaria, the government has said nothing and done nothing to stop the wholesale destruction of Jewish orchards and national forests in the areas by Palestinians. Over the past several months, in the vicinity of Gush Etzion alone, thousands of Jewish-owned trees have been chopped down by Arab vandals. Two national forests have been laid to waste. Busy directing their energies and attentions at delegitimizing the Israelis who live in Judea and Samaria, the government has ignored Israel's enemies.

And so, as Kassam attacks against Israel multiply by the day and Hamas leaders hold Jew-hating love-fests with Ahmadinejad and Ayatollah Khamenaei in Teheran, Olmert assured us Wednesday that Hamas is not a strategic threat to Israel.

When the Israeli government itself is claiming Jewish rights are not inherent but rather defined and granted by others, it can surprise no one the government has ignored Halimi's murder.

Luckily for both Israel and the Jews around the world, the current leadership is not our only option. We have other leaders, the most prominent among them being Likud Chairman Binyamin Netanyahu and former IDF chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. (res.) Moshe Ya'alon. Both of these men understand well that the two most important lessons for the Jews from the Holocaust are that we must never grant anyone else the authority, legitimacy or power to define who we are or what our rights are, and we are all responsible for one another.

On Tuesday, Ya'alon, who is currently based at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, came to Jerusalem for the day to speak at a conference on the strategic implications of Hamas's takeover of the Palestinian Authority. There Ya'alon explained what he considers to be the key to Israel's security. Israel, he said, has the military capability to defeat its enemies. But for Israel to be able to take the steps it needs to take to win the war being waged for our destruction, Ya'alon explained that first we need to accept the fact that we have an intrinsic, unconditional right to our land and our sovereignty. Once we understand that our rights our unconditional, we will understand that we have an obligation to wage war against those who work for our destruction. That is, Ya'alon explained that for Israel to survive, we need to return to our unconditional Zionism.

Sir Martin Gilbert, perhaps the preeminent British historian of World War II, has said, "The interesting thing about history is that it always repeats itself."

As was the case in World War II, today the Jewish people in Israel and throughout the world is being targeted for annihilation by an enemy bent on world domination. Ilan Halimi's monstrous murder is just the latest sign of this disturbing reality. Today, as 70 years ago, the Jews are disserved by poor and weak leaders who refuse to see the dangers.

But if we learn from history and we assess our options, we will see that history needn't repeat itself. It is within our power to reverse the course of our all too repetitious past.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

sitting ducks?

Hamas rocket hell to rain on Israel
Terror leader also demands Israel be relocated to U.S.

By Aaron Klein

Following is an exclusive interview with Abu Abir, spokesman for the Popular Resistance Committees, an umbrella organization consisting of several Palestinian terror groups. The Committees is responsible for firing over 500 rockets at Jewish towns in and near the Gaza Strip the past five years.

Earlier this week, Israel thwarted a mortar attack against a Jerusalem neighborhood planned by the Committees. The terror group has warned it transferred missiles from Gaza to the West Bank – which borders Israel's major cities – and is preparing a rocket war against the Jewish state.

WND: Israel this week revealed your terror group transferred rocket launchers and mortar shells to Bethlehem, which borders Jerusalem, and that your plan was to fire the mortars into the Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo. Jerusalem has previously been the scene of suicide bombings and shooting attacks, but Palestinian rockets have never been fired at the city. Any projectile fired against Jerusalem would be a massive escalation in Palestinian terrorism and likely would have far-reaching economic consequences for the Jewish state. The Committees is known to have an extensive rocket network in certain West Bank villages. Is your group planning more rocket attacks against Jerusalem or other major Israeli cities bordering the West Bank?

ABU ABIR: I am not going to give you these details, but we are planning to be present all around the West Bank. Every Israeli target is a legitimate target. Wherever there is an Israeli soldier or settler they will find our rockets. Jerusalem, Ben Gurion International Airport, Tel Aviv and every Israeli point can be part of our goals. Whenever it is needed, rockets will be fired against every Israeli settlement, city or neighborhood. We know that Israeli central cities are more sensitive targets and they contain more sensitive targets, but we will not hesitate to fire rockets everywhere against the Zionist enemy.

WND: Israel has warned after its withdrawal from the Gaza Strip the Committees transferred its rockets to the West Bank. What stage is your group currently in with regard to its rocket transfer to the area? Do you have a network there capable of regularly firing at nearby Jewish neighborhoods?

ABU ABIR: We have succeeded with the help of Allah to start our plan to transfer rocket technology to the West Bank. I can tell you the rocket cell from our group that Israel recently arrested in Bethlehem was not the only one to act in the West Bank. The bases for rocket networks and technology are already installed in the West Bank, and their operational capacities should be ready in full in the next few months. Israelis should wait for a revolution very soon.

WND: There are different kinds of Palestinian rockets, some of which can travel farther than others. Talk a little about your rocket capabilities in the West Bank, and whether the rockets can reach the major Israeli cities bordering the area, like Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

ABU ABIR: We are speaking about Nasser rockets with medium distance that hold normal and not primitive explosives. As I told you, the enemy should wait to see our rockets in action. We have invested very much these last few months in improving our rockets and thanks to Allah their distance, accuracy and their hurting capacity has improved. We call on (Israel's Shin Bet Security chief Yuval) Diskin (who oversaw the arrest of our rocket network in Bethlehem announced this week) and tell him not to be so happy and proud. There is much more to come. The lives of Israeli citizens will turn to hell very soon.

WND: Senior terror leaders told WorldNetDaily last week now that Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert announced his administration will seek an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, terrorism against Israel must be stepped up "to prove we are chasing out the Israelis like we did in Gaza." Will your group bombard West Bank Jewish communities with rockets to make it look like you're responsible for any Israeli withdrawal from the territory?

ABU ABIR: Any withdrawal will be accompanied by rockets, shootings and other resistance attacks. We want to prove to the world that the Israelis do not understand any language other than the language of force. ... I think that in any case we will increase our rocket shootings in the West Bank and against other Israeli targets because we believe that the same way our rockets and guns had obliged Israel to withdraw from Gaza, they will also oblige them to withdraw from the other parts of Palestine, and we are speaking about all Palestine.

WND: So you are saying your group will use rockets to drive the Jews from the entire state of Israel? Because sometimes Palestinian leaders talk about creating a state in Gaza, the West Bank and eastern sections of Jerusalem.

ABU ABIR: We are fighting for the liberation of Palestine. All of Palestine. There is no place for a Jewish state, for Israel on our land. We will continue shooting and fighting the Israelis until they leave Palestine. We will not leave anything of the Jews behind, not even their graves and their bones.

I supposed there might be some in the Western world, like in America and Europe, who will not like what I am saying. I tell them if you don't like what I say I don't care, and if you feel mercy and sorrow toward the Israelis take them out of our lands and give them a state on your lands. If you are so committed to an Israeli state then why don't you help the Jews to build their state in the United States or elsewhere in the West. As for us, we will continue to fight until we succeed to chase out the Jews, and here I believe that our rockets and other resistance operations will play an important role as they have done in getting them out of the Gaza Strip.

WND: Does Hamas' recent election to power influence your group's plans to attack? Will the Popular Resistance Committees halt attacks if asked to by Hamas?

ABU ABIR: Hamas will never ask us to stop the resistance. Hamas was elected, and we support Hamas because of its view regarding the resistance. Hamas and us are coordinated and agree that the West Bank territories are occupied and that we have the full right to lead resistance operations against the Israeli enemy.

Therefore, I don't see any problem with the Hamas because (Hamas leader) Khaled Meshaal himself said that Hamas will never recognize Israel and that the resistance will continue until the liberation of Palestine.

WND: Israel has threatened massive retaliation against any rocket launched from the West Bank. Aren't you afraid your rockets will bring devastation to the Palestinian people?

ABU ABIR: We are not afraid. I tell Diskin and the Israeli leaders that their threats have no effect, and just because this time Diskin's guys succeeded to put their hands on our brothers, there are many cells waiting for their instructions and for the accomplishments of the transfer of the technology of rockets and the war we will launch that will oblige Israel to withdraw from everything like they have done in Gaza. The same way we won in Gaza we will win this time also with the help of Allah.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

sloef uit B-Bq

shoonva en moe. (va=linkse=witte)

Monday, February 20, 2006


Sunday, February 19, 2006

Anonymous said... only til they get home...

Friday, February 17, 2006


You don`t have to be a prophet to see the writing on the wall...50% of all French under 20 years old are muslim...what will it be like in 15 years!!!! Good luck to the French and their "precious" language and culture . Couldn`t happen to more deserving people.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

The End

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Mort Subite v. Carsberg (click)

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Al ben je ver, je bent er nog steeds voor mij. Het ga je goed Zushe ז"ל. (click)

Saturday, February 11, 2006

Nieuwe aanwinst.

let op censuur stempel + handtekening.

Nen Deense pint voor enigste virtueel gekende rasechte brave joodse Gentenaar.Prosit.(click)

Ikzelf hou meer van een stevige...

Friday, February 10, 2006

Simpel is de gang

En zo simpel is de gang
Om tot dit moeilijk inzicht te geraken:
Dat ik geen kind meer ben; dat ik verlang
Naar iemand die nooit kon bestaan:
Een jongetje dat alles goed zou maken -
de tijd die stilstond en hem liet begaan.

Meer vlinders.

Van vlinders en vlinderen

Woont er hier een vlinderaar in de buurt?
Welkom bij de schrijveraars, molenaars, struisvogelaars, perelaars en tateraars. Welkom.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

De Nieuwe Hardy's.

Veeel leeesplezier aan gehad.

Why you never hear ‘Muslim jokes’

Muslim fundamentalists have decided that even if you never saw or heard of the cartoons, you deserve to be hit with rocks, have your car wrecked and your embassies destroyed.

Ironically, the cartoonists were not insulting Islam; they were satirising fanaticism. Now the fanatics have decided that there are no laws, limits or boundaries that apply to their behaviour. They not only have the right to take your life; they now have the right to rob you of your freedom of expression.

Could you picture a Jew killing anybody for such meaningless reasons? If a Jew gets mad he might sneak into your house and steal your Lipitor or he would make a deal with your doctor to lie about your cholesterol number, or just when you have fasted a whole day on Yom Kippur he would sneak into your house and steal all the pastrami sandwiches.

I never saw a Jew going into meaningless fights. That is why you seldom see Jewish football players. A Jew is not going to take a chance in spraining his neck or tearing a ligament in his knee just because he was fighting with somebody about catching a ball. He would rather go to a store and buy another ball and avoid the whole problem. That is why there are also no Jewish hockey players. Hockey players spend all their time hitting each other in the mouth with sticks. When Jews saw how Gentiles played hockey, that is how Jews found out that instead of becoming hockey players they would become dentists, and that way they decided to let other people play the game while they found a way to make a profit from it.

Jews are never known to get into unnecessary physical battles. That is why people are never afraid of being attacked by a Jew. Did you ever hear anybody say, ‘Don’t go into that neighbourhood, it is very dangerous, there are a lot of Jews there’? Jews have so long been accustomed to being threatened and persecuted all over the world that they could never dream of creating needless violence anywhere, because they would be grateful to find a place where they are allowed to live in peace.

Meanwhile, the world is reacting with an amazing cowardice. Instead of a collective fury, we are pleading forgiveness and promising not to offend them with any more cartoons. Could anything be more perverted?

by Jackie Mason

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Daniel Pipes, Feb. 7, 2006

'We are all Danes now'

The key issue at stake in the battle over the 12 Danish cartoons of the Muslim prophet Muhammad is this: Will the West stand up for its customs and mores, including freedom of speech, or will Muslims impose their way of life on the West? Ultimately, there is no compromise; Westerners will either retain their civilization, including the right to insult and blaspheme, or not.

More specifically, will Westerners accede to a double standard by which Muslims are free to insult Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism, while Muhammad, Islam and Muslims enjoy immunity from insults? Muslims routinely publish cartoons far more offensive than the Danish ones; are they entitled to dish it out while being insulated from similar indignities?

Germany's Die Welt newspaper hinted at this issue in an editorial: "The protests from Muslims would be taken more seriously if they were less hypocritical. When Syrian television showed drama documentaries in prime time depicting rabbis as cannibals, the imams were quiet." Nor, by the way, have imams protested the stomping on the Christian cross embedded in the Danish flag.

The deeper issue here, however, is not Muslim hypocrisy but Islamic supremacism. Flemming Rose, the Danish editor who published the cartoons, explains that if Muslims insist "that I, as a non-Muslim, should submit to their taboos... they're asking for my submission."

Precisely. Robert Spencer rightly calls on the free world to stand "resolutely with Denmark." The informative Brussels Journal asserts: "We are all Danes now."

SOME governments get it:

• Norway: "We will not apologize because in a country like Norway, which guarantees freedom of expression, we cannot apologize for what the newspapers print," commented Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg.
• Germany: "Why should the German government apologize [for German papers publishing the cartoons]? This is an expression of press freedom," said Interior Minister Wolfgang Schauble.
• France: "Political cartoons are by nature excessive. And I prefer an excess of caricature to an excess of censorship," commented Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy.

Other governments wrongly apologized:

• Poland: "The bounds of properly conceived freedom of expression have been overstepped," stated Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz.
• United Kingdom: "The republication of these cartoons has been unnecessary, it has been insensitive, it has been disrespectful and it has been wrong," said Foreign Secretary Jack Straw.
• New Zealand: "Gratuitously offensive," Trade Negotiations Minister Jim Sutton called the cartoons.
• United States: "Inciting religious or ethnic hatred in this manner is not acceptable," said State Department press officer Janelle Hironimus.

STRANGELY, as "Old Europe" finds its backbone, the Anglosphere quivers. So awful was the US government reaction, it actually won the endorsement of the country's leading Islamist organization, the Council on American-Islamic Relations. This should come as no great surprise, however, for Washington has a history of treating Islam preferentially; on two earlier occasions it also faltered in cases of insults concerning Muhammad.

In 1989, Salman Rushdie came under a death edict from Ayatollah Khomeini for satirizing Muhammad in his magical-realism novel, The Satanic Verses. Rather than stand up for the novelist's life, President George H. W. Bush equated The Satanic Verses and the death edict, calling both "offensive." Secretary of State James A. Baker III termed the edict merely "regrettable."

Even worse, in 1997, when an Israeli woman distributed a poster of Muhammad as a pig, the US government shamefully abandoned its protection of free speech. On behalf of president Bill Clinton, State Department spokesman Nicholas Burns called the woman in question "either sick or... evil" and stated that "She deserves to be put on trial for these outrageous attacks on Islam."

The State Department endorses a criminal trial for protected speech? Stranger yet was the context of this outburst; as I noted at the time, having combed through weeks of State Department briefings, I "found nothing approaching this vituperative language in reference to the horrors that took place in Rwanda, where hundreds of thousands lost their lives. To the contrary, Mr. Burns was throughout cautious and diplomatic."

Western governments should take a crash course on Islamic law and the historically-abiding Muslim imperative to subjugate non-Muslim peoples. They might start by reading the forthcoming book by Efraim Karsh, Islamic Imperialism: A History.
Peoples who would stay free must stand unreservedly with Denmark.


Nog goed dat de Queen "cool" blijft.

Het mooie Westen.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Schoon gedicht II - zelfde auteur

Schoon gedicht I

uit Levensreis
David Bosschaert
(mijn buur en dichter..)

uitgeverij Shaker Maastricht

Monday, February 06, 2006

Colonel Alexander Rodgers of the 6th Cavalry.(Click)

Jungle Patrol by Vic Hurley
(Chapter 17)

Original publication © 1938 E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.
Filipiniana Reprint Series © 1985 Cacho Hermanos, Inc.

....In 1911, as attempts were made to disarm the Mohammedans, cotta warfare began to flame anew and the juramentados redoubled their efforts to get to close grips with the American soldiers. Jolo, the Moro capital, in American hands, was almost under a state of siege. It was under constant attack on the part of individual fanatics. One Moro penetrated the city walls through a drain and killed seven soldiers in the streets of Jolo before he was dropped by volley fire of the troops.

For trading purposes, 100 Moros were allowed within the city wall at one time. They were disarmed and searched at the gates by squads of soldiers, and all guard posts mounted four sentries. With all of these precautions, juramentados succeeded in running their crazed course at dreadful, frequent intervals.

It was Colonel Alexander Rodgers of the 6th Cavalry who accomplished by taking advantage of religious prejudice what the bayonets and Krags had been unable to accomplish. Rodgers inaugurated a system of burying all dead juramentados in a common grave with the carcasses of slaughtered pigs. The Mohammedan religion forbids contact with pork; and this relatively simple device resulted in the withdrawal of juramentados to sections not containing a Rodgers. Other officers took up the principle, adding new refinements to make it additionally unattractive to the Moros. In some sections the Moro juramentado was beheaded after death and the head sewn inside the carcass of a pig. And so the rite of running juramentado, at least semi-religious in character, ceased to be in Sulu. The last cases of this religious mania occurred in the early decades of the century. The juramentados were replaced by the amucks. .. who were simply homicidal maniacs with no religious significance attaching to their acts.

Steun Denemarken! Koop Deens!

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Hate, hate...sadly...it's all about hate...

Friday, February 03, 2006

Here we go again...

First they came for the Communists,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Jew.
Then they came for the Catholics,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I was a Protestant.
Then they came for me,
and by that time there was no one
left to speak up for me.

by Martin Niemoller, 1945

(In Duitsland kwamen ze eerst de communisten halen. Ik nam het niet voor hen op omdat ik geen communist was. Toen kwamen ze de joden halen maar ik nam het niet voor hen op omdat ik geen jood was. Toen kwamen ze de vakbondsleden halen maar ik nam het ook niet voor hen op omdat ik geen vakbondslid was. Toen kwamen ze de katholieken halen maar ik nam het niet voor hen op omdat ik protestant was. Tegen de tijd dat ze mij kwamen halen, bleef er niemand over het voor mij op te nemen.)

Thursday, February 02, 2006