• Censored_often

    The future of Belgistan is now. In the aftermath of the Jewish Museum shootings in Brussels, and so much else, is anyone surprised?

  • simus1

    Brussels should have a deep isolating quarantine trench dug around it to seal off its contagion and then the rest of the country should be divided along its ethnic lines and gifted to Holland and France.


    • Not a bad idea at all.

    • Petrilia

      A little World War One reading might be in order. Some visits to the Memorials to remind them who saved their pathetic country, so they could attempt to lord it over us as the EU. I retch for the memories of my Canadian dead ancestors. I did swaer Never Again. I have fallen short.

  • winniec

    Time for the Belgians to reconsider the wisdom of having Muslims in their country.

  • Glenfilthie

    I don’t get it. Sure, liberals/leftists are capable of all kinds of stupidity – but I have never understood their anti-Semitism. And even more boggling is that some of the most virulent leftists are Jews themselves.

    • The Jewish liberal -left, in North America, Europe and elsewhere will abandon Israel in the end.

      Most will continue to mouth the “Of course I support Israel” line until a critical mass is reached at which point it will become the publicly acceptable consensus.

      That day is nearing, I have no doubt.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        These days when I think of Star Wars when the Death Star has destroyed a planet I see it in context of what is happening in the middle east.

  • Oracle9

    Reality collides with the leftist narrative. I have been watching to see the ways the insurance companies would begin to factor Islamization into insurability.

    • Keep me posted on your observations, it is an interesting development.

      • simus1

        muslim extremists view insurance as haram – struggling against allah – but are very tuned into the sensitivity of corporate/public institutions to scenarios that involve public uproar that will threaten to increase their premiums and security expenses.
        Blackmail of the spineless who know the cost of everything and the value of nothing is a slam dunk.

      • tom_billesley

        In the US post-9/11, premiums rose for Jewish institutions and some insureres refused to provide cover.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          9/11 had ripples that hit all of us whether we were aware of it or not.
          For instance, it’s known that insurance companies sell insurance to each other to mitigate risk.
          And there were a whole lot of payouts on policies afterwards.
          We were living in a two bedroom apartment at the time.
          One day the landlord put a note under the door telling us that we had to get rid of our barbecues.
          The insurance rates had gone up because of 9/11 but they could be reduced if there were no barbecues on our solid concrete balconies.

  • Dana Garcia

    Every Jewish adult should consider owning and knowing how to operate a firearm.

    I took a Jewish friend to the range to introduce him to the idea — also how much fun it is to shoot.