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    • Axel
    • 02.01.07 | 22:47 (IST)

    "Oh, I hope you read my post the other day wherein I told the story of my father capturing German officers and the first thing he told them was "Ich bin Juden". That is after he stuck his 45 cal in their temple. He loved to see their eyes pop out in fear and many wet their pants." Actually I read it, and answered to it, and I willingly repeat it: With a gun at his head I don't think a Jewish soldier will sing the hatikvah, but rather wet his pants too, so this little anecdote says nothing except that making a party joke out of it revaels what you are: a lousy little Jew. Besides, a lousy little Jew who hasn't enough balls to stick a single nickname, I would add.

    from the article: Think tank: Israel could attack Iran's nuclear program alone
    First published 00:00 02.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.01.07
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