When they look at you with a puzzled expression and say “but you didn’t do anything”, you can reply “I know. But I should have.”
You can add: “I should have done lots of things that I didn’t do. I should have stood in silence at the Sydney Olympics for a few minutes to remember the Israeli Olympic athletes butchered by Palestinian terrorists at the Munich games 45 years ago this month, but I didn’t.
“I should have been outraged at the slayings of Jews during the intifadas, but I was told it was their own fault.
“I should have wept tears of grief for Malki Roth, the young Aussie girl blown to bits along with 14 others in a pizza parlour, but it didn’t seem relevant. I should have been incensed when the murderess who organised that bombing was feted as an Arab TV celebrity.
Read the full article by Rowan Dean at The Courier Mail (subscriber only).