Buffoonery Dhimmitude Gaza Peace Activists

Stuck in Gaza: Tony Blair’s Sis-in-law Can’t Find Her Way Out…….

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! The TT stated a week ago that these shmendriks are going to find it alot easier goiing into Gaza than getting out.

I like what the Sheik had to say about the story: from the ‘dumber than dirt’ department:

Lauren Booth shows her VIP Palestinian passport she received during her stay in the Gaza. She arrived in Gaza on a “peace boat” ten days ago carrying human rights activists who wanted to draw attention to the tight blockade imposed in Gaza by Israel. But when the boat left last Thursday she decided to stay.”

In honor of Lauren Booth, the Tundra Tabloids publishes the lyrics to Shirley Bassey’s classic song, Spinning Wheel. The TT believes it catches in essence, the Lauren Booth experience. Pure irony, how great is that? KGS

EDIT: Yes the TT understands that the others were allowed out, but once the window of opportunity slams shut…stupid is as stupid does. Let the Spinning Wheel turn!

What goes up must come down
Spinning wheel got to go around
Talking about your troubles it’s a crying sin
Ride a painted pony let the spinning wheel spin

You got no money, you got no home
Spinning wheel all alone
Talking about your troubles and you never learn
Ride a painted pony, let the spinning wheel turn

Did you find (the) directing sign on the straight and narrow highway
Would you mind a reflecting sign
Just let it shine within your mind
And show you the colours that are real

Someone is waiting just for you
Spinning wheel, spinning true
Drop all your troubles on the riverside
Catch a painted pony, let the spinning wheel fly

Did you find (the) directing sign on the straight and narrow highway
Would you mind a reflecting sign
Just let it shine within your mind
And show you the colours that are real

Someone is waiting just for you
Spinning wheel, spinning true
Drop all your troubles on the riverside
Catch a painted pony let the spinning wheel fly

3 Responses

  1. Somewhere in here there is a film for the Israeli film industry, a comedy may I add.
    Picture a boat of seasick passengers, trying to inflate balloons.
    Picture heads leaning over the rail upchucking.
    Picture lineups trying to use the head (toilets to you landlubbers).
    Finally, picture their efforts to leave Gaza.
    Any cinematic script writers out there?

  2. My guess is that the ten who didn’t take the boats back didn’t because they were so seasick that they refused to suffer that treatment again and risk staying ashore. There is reportedly a rescue peace boat coming to collect them but I suspect that Israel will not this one through.

  3. Thanks Fred for the update, much appreciated. The Left’s penchent for stupidity is a well known phemonenon. All this highlights their incredible lack of knowledge over the basic rules of international law and jurisprudence.

    Israel is under no moral obligation to allow them passage.

    Let em rot as far as I’m concerned.

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