Friday, May 7, 2010

A Pair of Links

I have two interesting stories for you to read today.

First is Jon at the DivestThis blog, telling us that once again the BDS movement has failed, this time at UC Davis.  If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, the BDSers must all be stark raving mad. Still, it's amusing to watch them and the HPers call themselves "the only solution to the Middle East conflict" only to get slapped down every time they try to implement their "solution."

Second is a Ynetnews story about Saint Goldstone's not-so-saintly past. Apparently when Goldstone was a judge in South Africa, he "sentenced dozens of blacks mercilessly to their death". This is the person that the UN chose to judge Israel, not because he is a great judge, not (apparently) because he's a great person, but because he's a Zionist Jew who was willing to put his ambitions ahead of morality and perspective. It's nice to see that Goldstone isn't the great person the HPers all pretend he is. 

1 comment:

  1. The Left is defending someone who chose to serve the South African government. No one forced Goldstone to make that choice.

    Just don't call them on their hypocrisy!