“9/11 a dry run for Tel Aviv ram raid”
This is a pretty hilarious parody of Melanie Phillips’s latest book, The World Turned Upside Down. The Guardian’s “Digested Read” is meant to be a précis in the style of the original, but this is more of a parody of both the book and Phillips’s general obsessions (this review mentions the flotilla, but the book was published before that happened).
Conspiracy theories abound in public life. Almost all of them are based on myth. The simple fact is that global warming is a lie created by politically correct liberals who are holding the universe to ransom. The reality is that not a single glacier has melted in Israel over the last 50 years. Likewise, green activists try to claim the teeny oil-spill in the Gulf of Mexico is an environmental disaster. How much oil has been washed up on the beaches of Eilat? None.
… We now live in a world of moral relativism where to believe in scientific inquiry or to be gay or a Muslim is socially acceptable. How can any right thinking person go along with this new age of Reason? The Enlightenment has a lot to answer for. Surely it must be apparent to even Richard Dawkins that he couldn’t have written the God Delusion without God’s help? Though obviously not the Muslim God because he doesn’t exist.
Secularism is the curse of modern life. If everyone went to Synagogue to thank the Intelligent Designer there would be no more conflict. Instead there is a global coalition of Muslims, environmentalists and vegetarians whose sole purpose is to destroy the state of Israel. The 9/11 attack on the World Trade Centre – co-ordinated by Osama bin Laden and George Monbiot – was nothing less than a dry run for a ram raid on the Burger King in central Tel Aviv.
Here is my review of Phillips’s last book, Londonistan.
Possibly Related Posts:
- Charlie Gard and NHS versus private care
- Melanie Phillips has her history wrong
- Populist bigots need not be fascists
- Taj Hargey is wrong on grooming
- Let’s not panic over Mali and Algeria