April 23, 2004

TREES FOR ISRAELIS

It's Earth Day! (Or it was, yesterday, in futuristic Australia!) So plant a tree!

Have a tree planted in your behalf in an Israeli Air Force base and help strengthen Israel + Israel satellite map which is composed of three satellite images that were acquired by Landsat 7 at an altitude of 705 kilometers and were processed by computer.

Why stop at one? Plant ten trees!

Have 10 Trees planted in your behalf in an Israeli Air Force base + receive an Israel satellite map which is composed of three satellite images + receive a flag of Israel + 3 Israel-USA Lapel Pins + Israel Flag Cap.

The green movement always claims to be apolitical. Letís see them support this bold environmental initiative!

Posted by Tim Blair at April 23, 2004 02:37 AM
Comments

How much does it cost to have one planted in the skull of an Arab terrorist?

But that's the Jews for you, always planting trees to climb up and leap off, in order to surprise their natural prey, the bagel, by coming at it from it's one blind spot.

Jihadis hate trees because the tree's superior intelligence causes feelings of inferiority and therefor 'humiliation' in our swarthy friends, and we all know where that leads. More trees = more Jews and less Arabs, it's simple maths people! And they say the middle east is complicated.

Posted by: Amos at April 23, 2004 at 02:56 AM

I see you're on the Jerusalem Post's email list, too.

Posted by: Chuck Tulk at April 23, 2004 at 02:57 AM

Trees! Why is it always about trees? THey've alreaddy got Arbor Day. There's a lot more to the Earth than trees, my friends. Like leeches and volcanoes and wuicksand and feces and belching sulfer and radon, and the Earth sucks.

Posted by: hiram Bingham at April 23, 2004 at 04:25 AM

Bingham

You're an idiot

Posted by: GA at April 23, 2004 at 05:38 AM

I'm getting pretty worried about that doggone wuicksand. I don't know what it is, but it sure sounds ominous. (Maybe it's the residue left after Saddam dried out the Marsh Arabs?)

Posted by: JorgXMcKie at April 23, 2004 at 06:37 AM

wuicksand is very common, if you had done a wuick search on google, it would have answered your wuestion.

Posted by: hiram bingham at April 23, 2004 at 08:35 AM

I celebrate Earth day the same way every year -
I get drunk and start fires.

Good times, good times.

Posted by: Larry at April 23, 2004 at 09:28 AM

Must be using one of those WWERTY keyboards...

Posted by: Joe Geoghegan at April 23, 2004 at 10:30 AM

If my memory serves me, the standard syllabus at Saudi schools in the US includes the charming notion that one day Muslims will rise up and slaughter the Jews. Even the the trees will shout "here's a Jew!" so that none will escape.

So, given the crucial role of trees in the ultimate extermination of the Jews , surely the Palestinians must be queueing to plant them on Israeli Air Force bases.

Those ten-tree packages must be really moving.

Posted by: The Mongrel at April 23, 2004 at 10:56 AM

(Disclaimer: The following is humor) So, we're supposed to pay to help the Zionists camouflage the airbases they illegally built on occupied land? The following was an attempt at humor, predicting the leftists' response to this)

Posted by: Cybrludite at April 23, 2004 at 11:01 AM

My brother celebrated arbor day many years ago by obtaining his Chainsaw Qualification!!

Posted by: kae at April 23, 2004 at 11:56 AM

What the hell is a chainsaw qualification? Do you mean there is some school somewhere were i can learn to be a better chainsawer? coool.

Posted by: attila at April 23, 2004 at 12:26 PM

Apparerently legendary Israeli spy Eli Cohen
got the Syrians to plant a distinctive
kind of tree near there hidden missile bases
which made them stand out like sore thumbs.
Inspiring stuff.

Posted by: Stuart Cooper at April 23, 2004 at 01:14 PM

"Or it was, yesterday, in futuristic Australia!"

Since you guys are a day ahead of us, could you give me the lottery numbers I should play? How about stocks that will go up or down??

(Sorry for poor attempt at humor. When I saw the 'futuristic Australia' phrase I couldn't resist!)

Posted by: Chris Josephson at April 23, 2004 at 01:36 PM

Stuart, I believe it was eucalyptus trees (hey, there's another Australian tie-in), around Syrian positions on the Golan Heights. I was there in '86 and can attest that the slope was mostly barren, and the stands of eucalyptus did indeed all surround what had been Syrian positions. Very conspicuous, even now. The story was that Cohen convinced the army to plant the trees to give troops shade in the otherwise exposed environment. Don't know if it's true, but a good story ....

Posted by: IceCold at April 23, 2004 at 03:18 PM

Is Israel-Catalog.com/Tal-Shahar LTD, a legit company or a scam?

I ordered a tree planted and having the certificate sent to my home, giving complete adress and full credit card details as required; when the order confirmation page came up a complety strange address was given:

John Haworth
32 Stanhill LaneO
swaldtwistle Accrington
Zip: BB5 4QF
State: Lancashire
United Kingdom.

That's not me! I'm living in Sweden, and my name is not John.

Posted by: Roger K at April 23, 2004 at 11:06 PM

I have to say this is a rather amusing way of pissing off a leftie. Helping the enviroment and helping the Israelis at the same time...

Posted by: Andrew Ian Dodge at April 24, 2004 at 01:19 AM

Should we expect a column by Andrew Bolt (pusher of a "greens sometimes equals nazis" meme) denouncing the Israeli government as turning into the nazis they once were persecuted by?

Posted by: Andjam at April 24, 2004 at 02:03 AM