Auntie Ziona Against Auntie Simone

January 1, 2009

Achtung, Goyza!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , — auntieziona @ 11:41 am
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Oy gevalt, it didn’t take long for these fahklumpte goyim to start comparing our airforce’s bombing of Goyza to the blitzkrieg of the Nazis.

Feh, these meshuggenah anti-Semites just don’t know what they’re talking about. Did they expect Israel to turn the other cheek forever? What are we, chopped liver?

The Nazi blitzkrieg was there to achieve a military target, first they devastated and then they conquered. But the Jewish people just want peace and security, and it is the hamasniks who force us to kill and kill until we find a partner to make shalom with.

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Unlike the fercockte Nazis who sent their young boys to die, we take care of our boychick soldaten. Instead of putting their lives at risk and taking the chance of making more Gilad’le Shalits, we just drop bombs on the enemy from 10 000 feet.

These islamofascist goyim are creating a tzimmis for nothing by comparing our tactics to those of the Nazis! What a silly observation, when all we are doing is an ordinary extermination.

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First we ethically cleansed them and they refused to die, then we locked them in camps and they still refused to die, then we erected barbed wire and 8-metre high concrete walls around them, yet they continued to somehow cling to life. So we stopped the food and the medical aid, but ver is mir, the meshuggenah hamasniks remained obstinate, leaving us with only two remaining options: the gaza chamber or exterminating them from the air.

Oi ever, unlike the Nazis and British Gas, we always call first before we pull the plug.

United against Goyza!

fahklumpt — mixed up, confused
feh – the shortest, most efficient way to say that something smells
fercockt – all fucked up
meshuggenah – crazy, someone who is nuts
tzimmis – to make a tzimmis is to make a fuss
veh is mir – “I am pain itself!” An expression of suffering, used to describe everyday miseries such as shaving nicks, sinus headaches or acid indigestion.

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