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Monday, August 08, 2011

Some more galling content in "How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less"

I found another article on Hooded Utilitarian about Sarah Glidden's graphic novel "How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less" with more pictures from the moonbat book that tell more about just how contemptuous this woman is, right up front. First, what the reviewer tells about her visit to Yad Vashem:
The author is justifiably irritated by one of the more prevalent experiences you might find on a package tour — the headlong rush through a famous museum in order to get to a meal (or some shopping). Yad Vashem is quite naturally reduced to that complaint, probably a purposeful disclosure of her rather mean spirit at that point in time.
I beg your pardon? Since when is history, no matter how horrifying, something that one needs to be throughly irritated about visiting prior to getting dinner? And since she's still maintaining much of the same leftist positions now, it's not like she's ever apologized for the following insults:
Needless to say, that panel where she mouths off with the F-bomb is truly insulting. So too, in fact, is the following towards the end of the article:
Like a friend who once told me eagerly about his tour of Auschwtiz, this is Yad Vashem as an amusement park ride [...]
Yad Vashem is NOT an amusement park ride, and to classify it as such is offensive. Upon finding this smut, I now comprehend even more why Glidden is clearly a most awful propagandist following in Joe Sacco's footsteps.
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