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18 Responses to Contact me

  1. Jeff says:

    Here is a message that I forwarded to the organizers of that bogus conference taking place in Canada.

    I don’t understand how you can support and advocate for Islamo-Nazis.

    Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 12:53:46 -0800 (PST)
    From: “Jeffrey Grill” Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert
    Subject: Israel Apartheid Week
    To: arabstudentcollective@yahoo.ca
    Greetings to the progeny of Haj Amin al Husseini – the most infamous Islamo-Nazi Fascist.
    You anti-Israeli, anti-Semitic, anti-Zionist cretins are pathetic.
    You don’t deserve a State – your Nazified society cannot even manage a cesspool!
    As you know, there is and will never be a country or a nation known as Palestine. It is a myth – a made up entity without any historical credence.
    You and your people are a blight upon humanity.
    You and your ilk are raised and nurtured upon vile hate, death and nihilism.
    Don’t you think it is high time that you learned the truth about Islam and Muhammad?
    Check out the following links if you have the courage to do so:

    http://www.prophetofdoom.net
    http://www.faithfreedom.org
    http://www.jihadwatch.org
    http://www.littlegreenfootballs.com

    http://www.kafirnation.com
    http://www.islamstrueface.blogspot.com
    http://www.islamundressed.com
    http://www.challenging-islam.org
    http://www.thereligionofpeace.com
    http://www.islamwatch.org

    Also, since you are university students (I mean Nazis), let’s see how intelligent you are.
    I challenge you to take the Quiz!

    Ready To Take a Little Quiz?
    If you are so sure that “Palestine, the country, goes back through most of recorded history”, I expect you to be able to answer a few basic questions about that country of “Palestine”:

    When was it founded and by whom?
    What were its borders?
    What was its capital?
    What were its major cities?
    What constituted the basis of its economy?
    What was its form of government?
    Can you name at least one Palestinian leader before Arafat?
    Was Palestine ever recognized by a country whose existence at that time or now, leaves no room for interpretation?
    What was the language of the country of Palestine?
    What was the prevalent religion of the country of Palestine?
    What was the name of its currency? Choose any date in history and try and find the approximate exchange rate of the Palestinian monetary unit against other world currencies on that date.
    Have the Palestinians left any artifacts behind?
    Do you know of a library where one could find a work of Palestinian literature produced before 1967?
    And, finally, since there is no such country today, what caused its demise and when did it occur?
    If the people you mistakenly call “Palestinians” are anything but generic Arabs collected from all over the Arab world, if they really have a genuine ethnic identity that gives them right for self-determination, why did they never try to become independent until Arabs suffered their devastating defeat by Israel in the 1967 Six Day War?
    [If the “Palestinians” truly have a right to establish themselves IN Israel, can you explain why Arafat first attempted to establish a Palestinian Republic IN Jordan (1970-1), a country which comprises 76% of the territory allocated by the “Mandate for Palestine, a Jewish National Homeland” and whose population is mostly ‘Palestinian’?]*
    *Question in [ ] added by editor of this website

    The truth should be obvious to everyone who wants to know it. Arab countries have never abandoned the dream of destroying Israel; they still cherish it today.

    The fact is, Arabs populating Gaza, Judea, and Samaria have no legitimate claim to nationhood. The so-called “Palestinians” have only one motivation… the destruction of Israel. This is not sufficient to consider them a “nation” — or anything else — except what they really are: a “non-“People” led by various terrorist organizations.

    There is only one way to achieve piece in the Middle East. Arab countries must acknowledge and accept their defeat in their war against Israel and, as the losing aggressors, should pay Israel reparations for the more than 50 years of devastation they have visited upon her. The most appropriate form of such reparations would be the removal of their terrorist organizations from the land of Israel and acceptance of Israel’s ancient sovereignty over Gaza, Judea, and Samaria. But don’t hold your breath waiting for THAT to happen any time soon!

    The notion that the [Arab] “Palestinians” are an ancient people with thousands of years ties to the past is preposterous and they know it. They’re banking on the fact that YOU don’t know it. Please review the right column at Masada2000.org and the historical page at History of Israel and Palestine so you too can “Tell It Like It Is!”

    Return to Homepage

    Have a wonderful day.
    Long Live Zion!
    Long Live Israel!
    Shalom,
    Jeff

  2. Martin says:

    Dear angry Jeff,

    I strongly suggest that you get medical help a.s.a.p. Being a danger to yourself and others near you is nothing to be proud of.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Martin

    be well past help…perhaps in your next life you will grow to better understand more than just being ignorant of life and love of life…such hatred and disrespect seems to fit you and your troubled mind…I would be will to bet that you are anything but happy with your life

  3. verbena19 says:

    Thank you for your comment, Martin. I hope that our ‘friend’ Jeff reads it…

    regards,
    Annamarie

  4. While I appreciate you blogrolling me, I notice we have vastly different ideological stances, especially where it pertains to immigrants. You may want to consider whether you have linked someone who would likely stand against many of your core beliefs and ideas. I respect what you are trying to do and achieve. Good luck.

  5. verbena19 says:

    Adrian, while we may be indeed have “vastly different ideological stances, especially where it pertains to immigrants”, it does not mean that I am not interested in reading your blog. Quite often, I like to read different points of views. It helps me better understand my fellow human beings. This is why you are on my blogroll. Good luck to you too. 🙂

  6. Iggy says:

    At my workplace people were saying hateful violent things abour Natives. I said I was a pacifist and I didn’t like violence. I think this made them angry at me.

    I believe responding to anger with more anger will blind people to a good solution. But learning to understand the anger will help find a solution.

    There’s suppose to be a Native protest in the town which is why everyones worked up right now. The people who were saying the awful things about the natives own a farm on the Grand River. They said that they recieved a threatening letter from the Natives because their Farm is on Native land.

    I agree that the Natives have been treated unfairly and they deserve payment but threatening people isn’t the right way to solve the problem. The people living on Native land wont be understanding if they feel like the Natives are trying to force them out of their homes.

  7. verbena19 says:

    Iggy, the Natives don’t want to force people out of their homes. And I find it hard to believe that they sent any ‘threatening letters’ to anyone. This is just something they would not do. The Natives are peaceful people who are merely trying to get the governments to listen to their valid grievances (far too many to list here now) and to stop further encroachment on their lands, of which there is very little left… There are hundreds of outstanding land claims which the governments have not dealt with. You can’t blame the Natives for running out of patience. And go take a look at the deplorable conditions on many reserves where they don’t even have potable drinking water!! Look at the reserve near Sarnia where the water is being polluted and poisoned by nearby plants!! Don’t take my word for it, go see for yourself.

    An excellent book written by a Canadian is one you should consider reading, and suggest it to your friends and co-workers. It is an eye-opener and will make you angry at what the European settlers did — and still continue to do — to the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas, updated to include present ongoing travesties here in Canada at Six Nations and elsewhere.

    The book is: “Stolen Continents: Conquest and Resistance in the Americas” — 10th Anniversary Edition, by Ronald Wright. You will find a link to it here on my site with links to Amazon. It is also available at major bookstores in Canada. I strongly urge all Canadians (and non-native inhabitants of the American continents) to read it. It should also be available in schools as part of studies of history of these continents, instead of the sanitized, one-sided (b.s.) white man’s depiction of these events.

  8. James says:

    Dear Jeff,

    I was totally shocked reading your message and looking up the sites you provided.I had no idea that people as weird as you coud be hiding among us,you are just a mental health pathology and you deserve to be in a remote asylum where you cannot pollute the world with your destitute ideas.

    James

  9. verbena19 says:

    James. thank you for your comment. You said it well. There’s nothing more I can add.

    best regards,
    Annamarie

  10. str8shooter says:

    Unfortunately for James and Martin, Jeff hit it squarely on the head historically. There is not now, nor has there ever been a “Palestinian State”. That name came to be after the Romans defeated the Jews, and as an added insult to the defeated, they renamed their homeland “Philistia” after the Jews ancient enemy the Philistines. Over time, “Philistia” became “Palestine”, but the fact is that anyone calling themselves “Palestinian” is akin to someone calling themselves a “North American”, a “South American”, an “Asian”, an “African” or an “Antarctican”, it is only descriptive of the area of the world one comes from, and not indicative of any “nationality”.

  11. Kids And You says:

    Thanks for sharing this information. Really is pack with new knowledge. Keep them coming.

  12. NORTH AMERICAN UNION CAN BE STOPPED IN CANADA.

    Canada cannot be officially attached to the United States and Mexico until its Constitution is “officially” altered for the eyes of the world to see.
    The Secession of Quebec from Canada is a decades-long scam to take the country down and replace it with North American Union.

    Please see my Statement of Purpose, added to my web site recently:
    http://www.freewebs.com/habeascorpuscanada/statementpurpose.html

    Preventing the break-up of Canada will prevent North American Union.

    Please consider giving me a link, I have another new page up with every size of banner:
    http://www.freewebs.com/habeascorpuscanada/banners.html

    If you can’t give me a link, then instead, please pass this message on, copy and paste it into at least two emails to people you know will take a serious interest, and ask them to pass it on in exactly the same way.

    Thanks for your time, I appreciate it.
    Kathleen Moore
    Montreal, Canada

    P.S. You can check out my posts at FireSociety.com

  13. verbena19 says:

    Kathleen: I’ve checked out your website and some of the stuff at FireSociety.com While we seem to be on different sides ideologically, I do agree with you about the dangers of the SPP/NAU. Good luck in your endeavours. ~amd

  14. str8shooter says:

    Not going to happen. The SPP/NAU can’t happen without the blessing of Her Majesty the Queen, and there’s no way she’s going to do that in her lifetime, and no matter what anyone thinks about Charles, he’s not nearly dumb enough to do it either, so basically, it’s “much ado about NOTHING”.

  15. verbena19 says:

    S: I’ll take your word for it and hope you are right.

  16. Carl Johnson says:

    For more than a year, I believe I have an excellent concept that seems almost certain to enable peace in Iraq, within months. If that is valid, then NO “civil war” will occur and American troops can leave the country almost immediately.

    Amazingly, I am about zero-for-430 regarding even getting any response to this concept! As far as I can tell, no leaders seem to even have any interest in trying to actually end the war!

    My concept is ENTIRELY Iraqi, with NO American participation at all! It is centered on a story that ALL Muslims world-wide learned as small children. At an early age, Muhammad was present when four tribal leaders began arguing over who would have the glory of having carried the Black Stone back to the Kaaba (after having been cleaned). There was obviously no possible resolution, and the men kept getting angrier and angrier at each other, with a tribal civil war clearly about to start. Young Muhammad stepped forward and suggested that they obtain a blanket, to place the Black Stone upon. Then all four would each grab a corner of the blanket and they would ALL have the glory of carrying it! That event built the reputation of Muhammad, as you know.

    My concept is to OFFER an opportunity to copy Muhammad’s accomplishment. It would involve a meeting room with 32 chairs arranged in a circle. In the center open area would be a large stone sitting on a blanket, to remind everyone of what Muhammad had accomplished and how. 10 chairs for ten Sunni representatives would be in one quadrant of the circle, 10 chairs for Shia in a second quadrant, and 10 chairs for Kurds in a third quadrant. The fourth quadrant would have only two chairs in it, possibly on slight pedestals. No one would sit in those chairs! It would be explained that those chairs are provided IN THE EVENT that Abraham and/or Allah might choose to attend the meetings. By the way, the corners of the (square) blanket on the floor would be right in front of the three groups, suggesting that Allah and/or Abraham would willingly carry the fourth corner.

    The Iraqi public (who all are familiar with the Black Stone story) would be informed that their leaders were meeting in these circumstances. The people would certainly be excited and optimistic that, with Allah’s direct help, they were certain to resolve their issues. With THAT, what participant would want to be known as “the one” who caused it all to fail?

    Since all the participants would see the two chairs before them, it seems nearly impossible that any would make any disrespectful or angry statement, while possibly being in the immediate Presence of Allah.

    I believe that these conditions would apply immense pressure on each participate to “behave well” and to “be productive”. They would have NO contact with “the outside world” until they came to some situation where they needed to each check with their highest politcal leaders.

    It would be wonderful if this meeting could occur within the Kaaba, to increase the awareness that Allah might easily be sitting there. Several locations in Medina would also be good.

    —–
    I developed this based on a marriage counseling procedure that we have used for more than ten years that is extremely similar to this. A web-page that describes this all in greater detail is at: http://mb-soft.com/public3/iraqwarm.html

    I believe it would even be simple to initiate this process. If Iraqi news media published and aired stories about such a possibility, the leaders would feel some public pressure to provide the ten representatives. Those 30 people would be considered the greatest of heroes, once they have accomplished their mission! And Iraqi life could immediately become safe and peaceful, and the society could begin again to build.

    Carl Johnson

  17. verbena19 says:

    Carl: What I wonderful idea! It would be great if those who wield power would listen. Perhaps I should post your comment as a separate post so that everyone could see it. Thanks!

    I’ll be checking out your idea on the web-page you’ve linked. I love it! Much appreciated.

    my best wishes to you,
    annamarie

  18. […] in Iraq was written as a comment earlier today by Carl Johnson on my ‘contact me’ page here.  I like it so much that I decided to put it up as a separate post.  Thanks, […]

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