By the way, people, we are ACTIVISTS trying to bring important issues into the spotlight... not "hackers." Temporarily taking out one tiny problem online (merely a molecule in the bucket of hatred, antisemitism and cyber jihad on the web) is NOT such a big deal. The idea here is to get the spotlight on some issues in which we feel are serious.
Since the group is currently back into the Jew hater's hands (temporarily), everyone can now enjoy all their wonderfully delightful postings again, and everyone can stop freaking out over nothing. You can continue to hate us in peace (even the self-hating Jews among you.) We understand that no one likes a Jew who rocks the boat. We understand that no one likes a Jew who triumphs. We understand that the majority of the world only likes us when we are being slaughtered, thrown into the ovens, or blown into bits and pieces....so we certainly understand your OUTRAGE upon learning that we put a temporary halt to the incitement to kill Jews and destroy Israel in a particularly active forum.
Isn't it ironic how so many more people had a problem with what we did, rather than discussing the serious issues? Interesting how censorship is a bigger deal to the world than threats to kill people. Interesting. For now, the content is back for you to see----but really, examples of this content are not so difficult to find.
The sad thing is that so few people----from the scum of the earth, to the corporate execs at Facebook and Google and other internet companies----so few people seem to care about the harmful impact of such material. Even Obama's church printed it, and no one seems to care. No problem there. We have someone who could be the leader of the free world who belonged to a church that printed HAMAS material. Yeah---no biggy. G-d forbid the church should have CENSORED it!
With great freedom, comes great responsibility.
It's a shame the world has not learned how harmful hateful speech which incites violence and celebrates terrorism can be---a real shame the world feels more threatened by the limitation of that speech vs. the threat such propaganda represents---a real shame people seem to have their priorities out of wack as they criticize us for what we did instead of really looking at the hateful propaganda and comprehending the cumulative impact it has upon the world.
A real shame indeed - but the JIDF will not halt in its fight to expose the issues and explain the ABC's of how dangerous this stuff is until you people are aware of it, and get it. We are merely trying to curb the speech before the actions continue to escalate. We know our history. We know it is beyond the Holocaust. We know the trends. And "it doesn't take a weatherman to know which way the wind blow...."
Posted: Friday, August 01, 2008
JIDF: Exposing the issues through Worldwide Media Coverage