Sep 4, 2011

Jewish Das Boot

The Israeli submarine fleet consists of three small boats, German made diesel-electrics, named Dolphins. The boats are early 1990 design. Two are stationed in the Mediterranean, and one supposedly in the Red Sea. Three more Dolphins are on order, and expected to arrive by 2013. Military analysts consider these Israel's second strike weapon, and may be armed accordingly.


binzley said...

This is a brilliant move by the government of Israel. As we all know, Israel is under threat by terrorists who blow themselves up by walking into restaurants. Israel is under threat by extremist Palestinians who lob rockets into populated areas. The way to achieve peace with the Palestinians (the ongoing and major threat to the security of the Jewish state) is through the strategic and tactical use of submarine warfare. You have to admire the wisdom and genius here.

michael molovinsky said...

gary, the reason your satire is not relevant is iran. although you're correct that the palestinians are the biggest daily threat to life and limb for the individual israeli, iran and syria are the national threats. you have forgotten about the scud missiles from iraq 20 years ago, israel has not.

Anonymous said...

October 27, 2005


by Nazila Fathi

Iran's new conservative president, MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD, said Wednesday that Israel must be "wiped off the face of the map" and that attacks by Palestinians would destroy it, the ISNA press agency reported today.

Ahmadinejad was speaking to an audience of about 4,000 students at a program called "The World Without Zionism", in preparation for an annual anti-Israeli demonstration on the last day of Friday of the holy month of Ramadan ...

... "The establishment of a Zionist regime was a move by the world oppressor against the Islamic world," (Ahmadinejad) said. "The skirmishes in the occupied land are part of the war of destiny. The outcome of hundreds of years of war will be defined in Palestinian land."

... "Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury," he said.


It is my sincerest belief that Mr. Binzley has (selectively?) forgotten about so much more than just scud missles from twenty years ago.

Perhaps I am mistaken but, after reveiewing the above article found in the well-known Progressive Liberal Bible, I did not walk away with any sense of Civility, Tolerance or 'Let's all sit around the campfire and sing Kum-Bye-Yah' on the part of the Iranian strongman.


michael molovinsky said...

it's convenient for some to assign arab hostility to israel on the palestinian issue. they choose to ignore the 1948 mass attack on israel, and the fact that although israel didn't occupyassigned palestinian areas to 1967, or that israel has completely withdrawn from gaza and sinai, and yet attacks on the jewish state still persist. they also ignore historical pogroms against the jews in arab lands, and the expulsion of 700,000 jews from arab lands.

binzley said...

...points well taken, men. The Supreme Leader in Tehran will undoubtedly realize his errors and make a contribution to the Zionist cause. The additional submarines added to the Israeli navy will make it less likely that war will occur. Israel is safer and more secure with a secret underwater first strike capability. You have to admire the wisdom and genius here.

Anonymous said...

I sincerely hope that these subs can launch nuclear missiles. Israel needs a strong navy to defend itself.

michael molovinsky said...

gary, israel was created by abused jews from arab lands and the survivors of europe. assuming you know something of the latter, i sent you an informative site on the former. israel has no margin of error in it's defense. actually, i do admire the wisdom and genius there, but you apparently have no respect for israel. imagine a 9/11 every few months, proportionally, that's their reality