Thomas Wictor

The death of Palestinian perversity

The death of Palestinian perversity

Here’s my prediction: Palestinian perversity will soon be a thing of the past. We won’t be subjected to repulsive, dehumanizing spectacles like this anymore.

It’s totally clear what happened: The Palestinians sent out their children and their fat, frog-faced women to create anti-Israel propaganda. They threw rocks at an Israeli soldier, tore off his gas mask, and assaulted him.

When he went after a rock-thrower, the crowd piled on, biting and screeching.







This is the hideous Tamimi clan, who support the killing of their own children as long as the IDF gets the blame.

Bilal Tamimi uploaded the video above. Here’s an excerpt from his comment on it.

You are stupid and your stupidity is endless. We don’t need to fake a video showing these Zionists are violent because they themselves make a thousand films. You are just angry because our brave women break the legend of the strongest army. MAYBE they seem strong but not in Nabi Saleh. We are the Tamimis. We are unbreakable. We are the strongest who break the Zionist myth. They didn’t see anything yet and they have to wait and see the Hell the Tamimis gonna put them in. To Hell with Israel and its army. To Hell with Zionism and its followers including you.

This is absolutely hilarious. The Tamimis attacked the Israeli soldier because they knew he wouldn’t hurt them. Listen to that mighty Tamimi male—a twelve-year-old—shriek like a little girl. The soldier is only detaining him, but you’d think Tamimi Jr. were being tortured to death. Every Palestinian in that video is a pathetic drama queen. They screech and wail like spoiled infants.

To add to the ritualized moronism, “activists” claimed that the boy did nothing, the soldier simply attacked him, pointed his gun at him, beat him up—all the patronizing lies that blobby, milk-colored Europeans excrete in defense of the most dysfunctional, immature, odious culture on the face of the earth.

This horrific tableau perfectly illustrates the diseased values of Palestinians.


The little rock-throwing turd is now screaming like he’s being castrated, his would-be rescuer on the left is pretending to cry while looking for a camera, a ghastly sow in black is shaking her jowls, a clone of the black-clad pig-woman is trying to tear off the soldier’s face, and a laconic photographer clicks away in the background. And the activists are heroically saving the child from…nothing. The canned hysteria reminds me of the shock that spectators at Spanish bullfights express when the poor, doomed animal manages to gore his tormentor.


I love this photo.


“Not the face! You’ll ruin my closeup!”

This one’s even better. The nubile Tamimi in the sausage-skin jeans holds up her hand, but she’s a really crappy actor; her face is completely blank and unafraid despite the soldier’s raised fist. In the background, one of the hags has suddenly extruded a monstrously swollen, purple tongue.


It’s all ridiculous playacting by a traveling circus. Tamimis never attack the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades or the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades or the al-Quds Brigades. Here’s how Palestinians handle protests.

Where are the “unbreakable Tamimis”?

Palestinian boasting is laughably stupid. After all the chest pounding over the Gaza war, here’s what Hamas finally admitted.

Hamas, at least, is under no illusions about who won and who lost. In fact, according to two separate reports last week, the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas’s full name) recently admitted that it can’t afford another bout of “resistance” like that anytime soon.

The London-based Arabic daily Al-Hayat quoted sources in Gaza as saying another war is inconceivable unless Hamas acquires anti-aircraft missiles. And while the sources neglected to say so, that isn’t likely to happen anytime soon thanks to Egypt’s crackdown on arms smuggling from Sinai into Gaza…

[Senior Hamas officials] said Hamas didn’t intend to start another war unless it found a way to neutralize Israel’s aerial superiority. But they also cited the fact that the war ended up achieving nothing.

What can you expect from people who think that because an Israeli soldier didn’t shoot unarmed women and children, the entire IDF was defeated?

Too many Palestinians are completely delusional. But soon their childishness and self-destructive impulses won’t matter.

I spent all day yesterday studying the war in Yemen, reading as many articles as I could in ten or fifteen languages. What I learned is stunning. The Coalition—Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Senegal (and Pakistan)—has carried out at least 20,000 air strikes but killed only 2800 people.

Ladies and gentlemen, the US isn’t capable of such precision. Since each Coalition fighter carried at least four bombs, that’s 80,000 aerial munitions. They had to drop 29 bombs for each person who died. And you can bet that the overwhelming majority of the dead were combatants. That’s why we’re seeing virtually no photos or videos of dead Yemeni civilians.

The Coalition can somehow detect arms caches in houses and strike them in such a way that the explosion is directed away from adjacent buildings.


When the Saudis and Emiratis say that they want peace with Israel, I believe them. Actions speak louder than words. The Coalition is carrying out the most bloodless major war in human history. In short, the Coalition is fighting like Israelis.

There’s no particular need to do this. Life is cheap in the Middle East, as the Palestinian Tamimis show. I was told by a source in Gaza that Palestinian families choose which child will be martyred. The martyrdom confers great respect and attention on the family, and the dead kid can also bring along seventy-two family members when he goes to paradise.

Is this true? I don’t know. But I never see tears at Palestinian funerals. Never. I see a lot of screaming and histrionics, but never tears.

On the right in the photo below is UAE Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, paying a condolence visit to the family of First Lieutenant Pilot Saif Khalaf Saif Al Zaabi, United Arab Emirates Air Force, killed in a training accident in Egypt on December 17, 2014.


No cheap theatricality. To my eyes, the minister seems to be connecting with the pilot’s son. The minister appears to be genuinely attempting to console. His body language shows that he’s not ill at ease or wishing he were somewhere else.

There’s no denying that western and Arab cultures are very different. But what I’m seeing in Yemen has convinced me that a giant broom is beginning to sweep the region clean. The leaders of the Coalition are fighting the war with great precision because their sense of honor requires that they conduct themselves as civilized warriors, not homicidal maniacs.

These are homicidal maniacs.


Al-Qaeda, the Islamic State, Hamas, and Hezbollah have all said the same thing: “We’ll win because we love death as you love life.”

Well, they’re not winning. Anywhere. The Coalition is smashing the Houthis absolutely flat without resorting to the “unimaginable destruction” that lying journalists and “human rights” organizations allege.

And here’s a little secret that you didn’t know: American UAV strikes continue in Yemen.


There have been twelve American UAV strikes in Yemen since January. They killed Nasser al Wuhayshi, leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and the second-in-command of al Qaeda overall; Nasser bin Ali al Ansi, one of AQAP’s senior emirs; Muhanned Ghallab, AQAP’s chief spokesman; Ibrahim al Rubaish, AQAP’s mufti; and Harith bin Ghazi al-Nadhari, a senior AQAP sharia official who announced the group’s responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris.

The Coalition effortlessly pounds the stuffing out of Iran’s proxy in Yemen while the US prepares the battleground for the war against al-Qaeda and the Islamic State. After the mullahs have been overthrown, their lackeys destroyed, and the Wahabbist jihadist terrorists defeated, the Saudis will deliver on their promise to make peace with Israel. I have no doubt whatsoever.

And after the Saudis and Emiratis firmly explain the facts of life to them, the Palestinians will wake up from their long, self-imposed nightmare and say, “Wow. What the hell were we thinking?”


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