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Jewish Sharks?

Foolishly, I supposed that Helen Thomas' most recent meltdown would be the most fanatical anti-Semitic sentiment I would read today.

...we are owned by propagandists against the Arabs. There's no question about that. Congress, the White House, and Hollywood, Wall Street, are owned by the Zionists.

Then I read that Egypt has blamed the recent spree of shark attacks off their coast on ... the Jews.

Speaking on the public TV program "Egypt Today" yesterday, a specialist introduced as "Captain Mustafa Ismael, a famous diver in Sharm El Sheikh," said that the sharks involved in the attack are ocean sharks and do not live in Egypt's waters.

When asked by the anchor how the shark entered Sharm El Sheikh waters, he burst out, "no, who let them in."

Urged to elaborate, Ismael said that he recently got a call from an Israeli diver in Eilat telling him that they captured a small shark with a GPS planted in its back, implying that the sharks were monitored to attack in Egypt's waters only.

"Why would these sharks travel 4000 km and not have any accidents until it entered Sinai?" said Ismael.

Earlier today, General Abdel Fadeel Shosha, the governor of South Sinai, backed Ismael's theory. In a phone call to the TV program, he said that it is possible that Israeli intelligence, Mossad, is behind the incident and that they are doing it to undermine the Egyptian tourism industry. He added that Egypt needs time to investigate the theory.

GPS, meh. If only they had "sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads."

You can't make this stuff up - and shouldn't have to take it seriously.

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Well, the Arabs (at least, those involved in spreading this conspiracy theory) have graduated from absurdity to retardation. Like the Israeli security forces have nothing more pressing to do than to control shark attacks.

We may be owned by the Zionists, but the terrorist are financed by Arabs. She is pathetic.

Rhetorical notes. Whenever I see the words "there's no question about that" I immediately assume that the writeractually has ZERO persuasive evidence to support her assertion.

Same thing when I hear or see the adverbs "clearly", "certainly", or "obviously" being used instead of compelling evidence. Real evidence would be more persuasive, thus the substitution of adverbs for evidence tells me that the speaker has nothing to say.

This just shows again the degenerate nature of the Arab mind.

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