I’ll Take Israeli Law Over Human Rights Anyday

The last paragraph from this report in Israel Hayom caught my eye. It concerns the breakup of a “social justice” demonstration in Tel Aviv (featuring last year’s spoilt rich kid Daphne Leaf):

Israel Hayom | Police arrest 85 after social justice protest turns violent.

With regard to violence committed by the protesters, Amnesty said, “There is no room to compare this violence to the violence displayed by the police. The former is a violation of the law while the latter is a violation of human rights.”

This is the crux of the whole faux-Human Rights movement. Human Rights are some universalist, globablist utopian super-law that trumps all local law.

Well thankfully this crazy notion isn’t the case everywhere even if it has rather caught hold in Europe.

In Israel, if you hit a policeman, you can expect to be thrown to the floor and dealt with roughly (or thwon and dealt with wuffly if your name is Bwian).

And once again, of course, (Sh) Amensty is plugging away at a heavy handed arrest in Israel versus the indiscriminate slaughter of civilians in Syria. Way to show your moral superiority, ShAmnesty.


Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian is an indigenous rights activist fighting for indigenous people who’ve returned to their ancestral homelands and built great things.

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