Bigotry of Biblical Contortions

Many people in the U.S. readily reject such insensitive and prejudicial phrases as “dumb as a polack” or “apish as an African” or “rapish as a Mexican” or “dangerous as a murderous feminist in a nursery.” People trust that these stereotypes are bad—mostly because USA’s Zionist-controlled media has not reinforced and normalized the stereotypes. Yet in our era of pretended progress in politeness: try being a midget, or a white Southerner—or a Palestinian.

More than a thousand years before God sent white Jesus to die for the sins of Jew-hating atheist Zionists and everyone else, Philistines fought valiantly against four effeminate tribes: the Egyptians, Hebrews, Assyrians and Babylonians.

For centuries thereafter—even to today—descendents of the four effeminate tribes have curled up together in effeminate gossip against Philistines. Indeed, descendents of the four effeminate tribes even define Philistines along the lines of “a person who is hostile or indifferent to
culture and the arts” (Oxford English Dictionary, 2020).

Most effeminate anti-Philistines simply grunt, more or less, that Philistinism is “the attitude or quality of not caring about, understanding, or liking good art, music, or literature” (Collins Dictionary, 2020).

Philistines, by the way, were a manly tribe of winners, who eventually founded the Palastin kingdom from the ashes of the Hittite empire (against whose people Moses ordered a complete genocidal holocaust, in Deuteronomy 20:17).

These days, many people refer to the Philistines as Palestinians. But not all. For example, the Persian word for Palestinian is still “Filistini.”

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