Borrowing Dead Children

Oh, those tricksy Hamasters!

What’s a little general whipped up outrage, eh? I remember when Hezbollah was planting LIVE bodies among the rubble and photographing them artfully splayed about, in a clever attempt to up the casualty count since REAL victims of these Israeli retaliation strikes were (SURPRISE!!!) kinda hard to come by. YOU remember THIS FAUXtograph…

…AND our ARTFUL Swilling recreation of the tragic scene, complete with commentary:

Pull your pants up, son.
Lebanese rescuer attempts to awaken exhausted poser, while Sheik “Six Pack Abs” Ali bin Bingley patiently awaits extraction from the only beam he’s ever been under that wasn’t out of a bottle.
-Adinon Haggis, TPI

Now they don’t have to even get the seats of their Levis dirty posing ~ they just borrow a picture of a Syrian child murdered by his regime and claim it for their own.

4 Responses to “Borrowing Dead Children”

  1. Syd B. says:

    Hamas fires 120 lethal rockets on to Israeli territory, indiscriminately threatening innocent civilians in a broad swathe of territory north of Gaza, as they and their jihadist allies have been doing on and off for years.

    Actually closer to 800 for the year 2012…

    The United Nations does nothing.

    Israel launches a pinpoint strike that kills a known terrorist with blood on his hands.

    The United Nations considers an emergency session at Egypt’s request, to discuss the escalation of violence.

    Why in hell do we continue to fund the UN?

  2. Gary from Jersey says:

    A fine moment indeed, THS. Except for the alarmed look on the goat…

  3. major dad says:

    The U.N. is a joke, just a cabal of high minded third world countries who speak in glowing platitudes or of desperate times. We should no more be funding them nor housing their loser asses. Israel could get nuked and at most they would say “be calm, all is well..”

  4. Kate P says:

    It’s an interesting coincidence that today I was reading an article about the fake viral photos of Hurricane Sandy-related things, and the need for increased media/digital literacy. Maybe the next generation (if educated properly) won’t fall for that stuff.

    Or at least can spot a pasted-in alarmed goat. 🙂

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