Thursday, August 10, 2006

Biblical forests and infidel fish

From Canadian Press:

"Alan Baker, Israel's ambassador to Canada, says it is unfair to say Israel is deliberately targeting civilians. Hezbollah rockets, Baker said, are being aimed at Israeli civilians and causing vast ecological damage to biblical forests in the north of Israel.

Baker said Israel only targeted a Beirut power plant when its armed forces learned that Hezbollah was using it to launch missiles into Israel. That strike caused a major oil spill, which has killed countless fish and birds in the area."

Stupid infidel birds and fish. I guess they didn't read the leaflets very carefully.

The Lebanon oil spill spread 30,000 tonnes of oil over 130 kilometers of the Mediterranean coast. By comparison, the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989 consisted of 38,000 tonnes of spilled oil.

More unhelpful religious claptrap :

"Charles McVety, president of the Canada Christian College, said it's time for Christian leaders to drop their neutral stances and stand by Israel, the birthplace of their religion.
"It's time for us to throw off this garment of false neutrality and stand shoulder to shoulder with our Jewish friends."

Sure thing, Charles. Right after you turn in your anti-gay Chistian Zionist rapture raptor costume.

3 comments:

Dave said...

So...if christians should stand by the birthplace of their religion...should I do the same and stand by Oregon, the birthplace of Flying Spaghetti Monsterism?

Mike said...

Ramen!

Q said...

They're all insane. They're all evil. Any god with any sense would have already left the universe.

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