Revealing figures

Statistics can be revealing. Comparative statistics can be even more revealing.
Like the following, for instance:

About 18 months ago, 10,000 rockets fired on Israel by the Hamas regime in Gaza over a period of eight years prompted Israel to finally respond to the constant barrage. Even the most partial, the most pro-Palestinian and most pro-Hamas analysts report that fewer than 1500 Palestinian Arabs – the overwhelming majority of them Hamas terrorists – lost their lives in the war initiated by Hamas.
In Haiti a few months ago, about 230,000 people lost their lives in a devastating earthquake that left the entire nation paralysed.
Gaza gets aid from the USA totalling more than $635,000 per fatality. In Haiti, US aid totals $3000 per fatality. Muslim Arabs living half a world away, who of their own free will elected a fanatical Islamist terrorist organisation to government, thus receive 209 times more aid from the USA than America’s neighbour Haiti which was crushed by a natural catastrophe which was nobody’s fault. Of course, unlike Gaza, Haiti is not Muslim and its population is black, two factors that may go a long way to explaining the discrepancy.
You can read more about these statistics and many other highly revealing comparisons in an excellent blog, Tundra Tabloids. The facts presented there make for interesting and at the same time disturbing reading.