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Avi • 7 years ago

G-d bless you forever Pat Condell - everything you say is the truth and the essence of the matter.

lyndaaquarius • 7 years ago

thank you,Mr. Condell. you are a brave and decent man.

Saxon Warrior • 7 years ago

Pat Condell once again pulls no punches and declares the truth in the way that only he can.
Well done, Pat!

El Cid • 7 years ago

This is the plain truth.

As long as the Arabs are controlled by Islamic Ideology, they will never make peace or even tolerate Jews and Israel.

Their culture is motivated by death and destruction, rather than life and invention.

If it was otherwise, than the Arab countries would be highly successful.

bigjulie • 7 years ago

Long ago!

bigjulie • 7 years ago

Pat is absolutely correct...again! But his conclusions were as true years ago as they are today! The major difference is that, now, we can readily see why the current American regime continues the idiotic mental masturbation of seeking "compromise", "negotiation", a "Two State Solution" and every other ridiculous, evil and deadly (to Jews) effort that is actually designed to hasten the demise of the State of Israel while allowing us, and much of the rest of the world, a hollow, poorly disguised excuse for us to falsely wring our hands in despair while telling ourselves (and anybody who says they care) that "We tried..."(sigh).
Islamists may be able to "compromise" with each other, but that is the extent of it! There will be no compromise with infidels. Either complete submission to Islam or subjugation and death...especially to Jews! Any temporary stop along the way is mere window dressing, soon to be abandoned as the quest for the "final solution" continues...submission or death!
This has been known for centuries. Islamic "literature" (if it can be called that) is replete with their ultimate "final solution" for all non-Muslims..."submission or death!" They show no signs of change or compromise to their beliefs and the sooner the rest of us comprehend that and deal with them accordingly, the sooner this gigantic blight on peace for the planet will be eliminated.

BS77 • 7 years ago

Israel is not the problem in the middle east. Far from it.

lsfein • 7 years ago

What a brilliant statement.

Metrona • 7 years ago

The Brownshirt BDS movement = The daily brown movement.

UCSPanther • 7 years ago

The BDS movement has been compared to the Brownshirts and their boycott campaign back in the olden days, something that they stridently denied.

Unfortunately for them, their mask has slipped many times, whenever their members dropped their "peace n' love" facade and used overt antisemitism, violence and intimidation like their SA forebears...

Guest • 7 years ago

No truer words spoken in my lifetime, thank you Pat

Brendan • 7 years ago

Thank you Pat for having balls of steel , you have encouraged me to be :)

SoCalMike • 7 years ago

Susan Rice, John Sell Out Kerry, Dennis Ross and the US State Department career parasites who call yourselves "diplomats," are you listening??
Hussein the Stain never listens to anyone except Mama Jarret so there's no point in even asking.

Consider • 7 years ago

One should also hear (and see) what Pat Condell has to say about religion in general.
It's not that I don't agree with him.
But many here don't.
Especially those who send 'G-d' blessings.

liz • 7 years ago

Hopefully those here who don't agree with his views on religion can appreciate his political commentary anyway.
That's the beauty of the First Amendment - we are all free to have our own opinions on religion without condemning others for theirs.

Consider • 7 years ago

This is not an exercise in consumation of the rights under the First Amendment, but a quotation from an author that we (or at least the editors of this page) consider wise, commendable etc..
Well, why his other views (including those on religion) are not quoted here as wise, commendable etc. since the views of, say Dennis Prager on that subject, are?

liz • 7 years ago

Well I suppose the editors and most readers here agree more with Prager than with Condell on religion.
I personally don't think it's wise to include religious opinions in most political discussions.
Since religious beliefs are subjective, it's pointless to use them as proofs in political arguments, which pertain only to objective, concrete realities.
If you use religion to back up a political opinion, instead of sticking with logic, reason, and provable facts, your opponent can weasel out of admitting its truth simply by disagreeing with your religious views.
Condell always sticks to the facts, which is what makes his political commentary first class.

Consider • 7 years ago

For your information, Condell came to his conclusions regarding the Israel/Arab problem using, hm, what on could describe as a deductive method, starting from the general, coming to the particular: he attacked religion first, then within his critique of religion he singled Islam as the most dangerous one (at least for the moment), and within the criticism of Islam he dealt with the Anti Israel phenomenon ( among other topics, like incraeasing influence of Islam in the UK, demands for separate Sharia courts, honor killings, the help of usefull idiots, etc.).
Therefore cherry picking an authors' opinions whom you mainly disagree with, out of context , sounds like hypocrisy.

liz • 7 years ago

Just because he arrives at his opinion by a different route than someone else might doesn't make it hypocrisy for them to agree with his opinion.
I happen to agree with his entire line of reasoning, but even if I didn't, I would consider it stupid to reject one of his opinions that I agreed with just because I disagreed with another one.
You'd end up severely limiting your acquisition of knowledge, or the sphere of people you could relate to, if you required that they agree with you on every single subject before you'd even listen to what they had to say.

Consider • 7 years ago

If one thinks that the result should be "2" it is not all the same if one comes to it by 1+1=2 or 1+2=2.
One would not cite the opinion of Richard Walther Darré (the one time Nazi minister of agriculture and the inventor of the 'Blood and Soil" theory) regarding the protection of the environment even if one agrees with necessity of doing it.

Lanna • 7 years ago

Thanks Pat for your clearly spoken clarity on the craziness of islam and support for Israel. Said so well by the Brits who know what the Calipaphate will involve. As always Evil blames others for its tyranny! So true....the Arabs could make life better for all people if they would get smart and quit demonizing all people and get a life....live in peace with your brother, you'll be surprised at the benefits it will bring you!

Gary Anderson • 7 years ago

Globalization is evil, especially wars in the middle east. Regime change is everywhere according to Yinon Doctrine. Netanyahu today said we should destablize everyone but Israel. That is terrorism and killing to undermine government in the middle east just to make Israel look stronger. Ukraine is the same, we destabilized government there too. Obama is a Zionist, not a muslim. Only a NWO website such as you have here would claim otherwise. You want war without end, but that isn't even real Zionism. Read Isaiah and you will see that real Zionism comes in PEACE. That is not the phony Zionism we have in Israel today.

Avi • 7 years ago

Gary - "Obama is a Zionist, not a muslim"??? you are delusional. Obviously, you subscribe to the Jewish Conspiracy thesis proposed by the Elders of Zion.

Gary Anderson • 7 years ago

I get enough good info from Moshe Sharett and Israel Shahak about what Israel and the multiracial Zionists want, total world domination.

Gary Anderson • 7 years ago

Ever heard of the Lavon Affair, Avi? You don't need the Elders of Zion, an unprovable writing, to prove that Israel false flagged the USA and should not be our ally.

Gary Anderson • 7 years ago

Of course he is a Zionist. He facilitated the Sandy Hook Hoax. He is totally Zionist, except he is not thrilled about regime change everywhere, although he engaged in it in Libya. You are brainwashed or just a liar, Avi. Which is it?

mtnhikerdude • 7 years ago

BRAVO, Pat !

John • 7 years ago

Isaiah 34:8 For it is the day of the Lord's vengence, and the year of recompences for the controversy of Zion. Galations 4:28 Now we, brethren, as Isaac was , are the children of promise. 29. But as then he was born after the flesh persecuted him that was born after the Spirit, even so it is now. 30. Nevertheless what saith the scripture? Cast out the bondwoman and her son: for the son of the bondwoman shall not be heir with the son of the freewoman. 31. So then brethren, we are not children of the bondwoman, but of the free. 5:1 Stand fast therefore in the liberty where-with Christ has made us free, and be not entagled again with the yoke of bondage.

MrUniteUs1 • 7 years ago

Presbyterian Church (USA) Makes Controversial Divestment Move Against Israel

liz • 7 years ago

I guess all the church ladies think that's so spacial!
What a bunch of idiots.

MrUniteUs1 • 7 years ago

Here is the link to the article.

Mladen_Andrijasevic • 7 years ago

What a pity Pat Condell does not make a video on the Iranian nuclear threat. I wonder why he is ignoring it.

Guest • 7 years ago
BS77 • 7 years ago

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