Canadian Prime Minister Stephen "Petulant" Harper demonstrates that ever-toxic combination of little-boy pettiness and Maximum-Leader arrogance which Canadians see all too much of.
Moreover, though it had the smallest death toll of the four places that were attacked in Mumbai, the ferocity of the gun battle that took place, the shooting of the pregnant Rivka and the cold manner in which the two gunmen were instructed by their Pakistani handlers to murder their hostages still sends a chill down the spine.
What of the tingles down a Palestinian spine when faced with dangerous IDF?
Little wonder then, that no matter how normal things look on the outside, a terse message written by the locals on a bullet-marked wall opposite the Nariman House still reads, `26/11: We will never forget.'
A first-floor room, which used to be the dining room, still looked as if the mayhem had taken place just a day before.The walls were riddled with bullets; at places, there were blood stains. On the ceilings and the floors were deep dents made by grenades.
In the kitchen were several half-burnt candles. Perhaps, they were used by the terrorists after power supply to Nariman House was cut off during the rescue operation.
On the third floor was a prayer room. It used to have shelves full of religious books, which used to attract lots of visitors. Half of those have gone missing. The remaining have been sealed by security agencies.
The first floor of the building, where the three American passport-holding Israelis were killed, was in complete mess. Hundreds of cans of packed food were strewn on the floor. Perhaps, the Holtzberg's had stored them as they used to serve food to many people everyday.
"Every hungry Israeli who visited the rabbi was fed to his/her heart's content," said a volunteer of the association.
The lift of the building had been badly damaged ~ its doors blown away. It will have to be replaced. Water and electricity connections, which were severed after the attack, will be restored before November 26.
WHY, you ask, did I put this posting up. There are a few reasons but primarily this is aimed towards Canadians to see a different side of Stephen Harper and where his true allegiance lies.
"Our race is the Master Race. We are divine gods on this planet. We are as different from the inferior races as they are from insects. In fact, compared to our race, other races are beasts and animals, cattle at best. Other races are considered as human excrement. Our destiny is to rule over the inferior races. Our earthly kingdom will be ruled by our leader with a rod of iron. The masses will lick our feet and serve us as our slaves." ~ Menachem Begin, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (!)
"The world continued to progress towards the time of the Rebbe Mendel Menachem Schneerson's revelation. Somehow, the Rebbe arranged it so that Bush’s son would become president too and complete what his father left unfinished.~ Rabbi Naftali Estulin
"We have a case of the Jew...a totally different species." ~ Rabbi Schneerson
"The body of a Jewish person," Schneerson bragged, "is of a totally different quality from the body of members of all other nations of the world. Bodies of the Gentiles are in vain. An even greater difference is in regard to the soul. A non-Jewish soul comes from three satanic spheres, while the Jewish soul stems from holiness."
"Everything about us is different. Jews are ontologically exceptional." ~ Elie Wiesel
"He who sheds the blood of the Goyim is offering a sacrifice to God." ~ The Talmud"Jews are not and cannot be a normal people. The Covenant made between God and the Jewish people effectively nullifies moral laws that bind normal nations."
Of course, being a good Rabbi, according to many as the Jewish Messiach, these above comments are purely Talmudic in origins.
Of course I do not condone such horror as that terrorism a year ago in Mumbai or anywhere else. Nor do I believe the public will ever know who was really behind it although I have my unfounded suspicions. It would not be the first time Mossad has created these crises for various purposes but... moving on...
What I want Canadians to please note is, in the speech above, Harper is at ease, almost likable, and rather engaging. This is NOT the Harper Canadians see. We have a tense authoritarian man bent on impressing his will upon all whether we like it or not. None of this ease of humour reaches the Canadian public. But the Chabad Lubavitch see it.
It would be interesting to see Harper show this much true caring for Canadians and their causes, Christian goyim that they are. How about it Mr. Harper?