Thursday, July 24, 2008

Super Rats bred to target Arabs

The Palestinian newspapers, Al-Ayyam (17/07/2008) and Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (18/07/2008), have uncovered another Israeli conspiracy to breed genetically enhanced species of super rats designed to torment Palestinians and drive them out of the Old City of Jerusalem. Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, claims:

"all efforts to counter this infestation have failed, especially since cats run away from these rats because of their size and ferocity... All of the conventional efforts to kill them have not succeeded, because they seem to be immune to poison and they breed in the sewers. It is known that this female rat gives birth seven times a year, each time giving birth to 20 babies; which compels Jerusalem's [Arabs] today to face the dangers of settlement and the infestation of rats."

The selective targeting of these rats was further exposed by Al-Ayyam who reveal how, "Large numbers of settlers have been bringing huge cages full of rats and releasing them onto the streets and alleys of the Old City in order to turn the residents' life into a living hell, forcing then to leave."

Israeli scientists have been unwilling to share their secrets on how they have bred this species of rat which are larger, more aggressive, more fertile, immune to poison, and unafraid of cats. What's more intriguing is their ability to train these animals to selectively target Jerusalem's Arab population and ignore its Jewish one.

Similar plots were of course exposed in the 1930's, with obsesive, German zoologists writing a series of papers on phenomena such as, "The Elephant and the Jewish Problem", or "Nocturnal birdlife and the challenge of Jewish ornothological control". 'The truth will out' they say, and indeed it has.

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