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All of Gaza is Now on Death Row

aa-Gaza - building being blown up good one I want to point something out. The Israelis sit in their tanks, or the drone operations centers, or fly high above Gaza in their U.S.-supplies warplanes, dropping the latest in U.S.-supplied high tech lethal munitions, and imagine themselves the heroes they read about on the Torah. The Palestinians huddle in their giant open-air prison, without an army, a navy, or an air force, and fight back with home-made rockets made out of plumbing supplies. Not since Thermopylae has the world seen such courage in the face of overwhelming odds. The Palestinians have balls the U.S. and Israel can only dream of, and the world will remember their courage against the tyrants. http://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2014/07/13/all-of-gaza-is-now-on-death-row/


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LabMan

Will any international peace keeping force stop this Zionist aggression?,is there such a peace keeping force?,you can bet one would materialize if Israel were attacked,this may be the end for Gaza and if it is we may see the area cleared so work can begin on the posh resorts and hotels that will be built on the Mediterranean Sea,has this not been one of the many objectives?

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Some Deaths Really Matter – The Disproportionate Coverage of Israeli And Palestinian Killings

aa-Israel - arabs being attacked Israeli deaths matter much more than Palestinian deaths. This has long been a distinguishing feature of Western news media reporting on the Middle East. The recent blanket coverage afforded to the brutal killing of three Israeli teenagers highlights this immutable fact. http://www.medialens.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=770:some-deaths-really-matter-the-disproportionate-coverage-of-israeli-and-palestinian-killings


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The World is Sick of Israel and Its Insanities

aa-Palestinians - throwing rocks at tank What a cruel world: Three yeshiva students were kidnapped, and the world isn’t interested; three mothers are crying out, and the world doesn’t answer. It’s all because the entire world is against us; it’s anti-Semitic and hates Israel. The Anti-Defamation League is already preparing a report. But the truth is, that’s just the way things are: When you openly thumb your nose at the world for years on end, eventually, it thumbs its nose back. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article38945.htm


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Israel’s War on American Universities

Benjamin Netanyahu The banning of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) at Northeastern University in Boston on March 7, along with a university threat of disciplinary measures against some of its members, replicates sanctions being imposed against numerous student Palestinian rights groups across the country. The attacks, and the disturbingly similar forms of punishment, appear to be part of a coordinated effort by the Israeli government and the Israel lobby to blacklist all student groups that challenge the official Israeli narrative. Israel’s heavy-handed reaction to these campus organizations is symptomatic of its increasing isolation and concern about waning American support. The decades-long occupation and seizure of Palestinian land and the massive military assaults against a defenseless population in Gaza that has left hundreds dead, along with growing malnutrition among Palestinian children and enforced poverty, have alienated traditional supporters of Israel, including many young American Jews. Israel, at the same time, has turned into a pariah in the global community. If it were to become devoid of American support, which it largely buys with political campaign contributions funneled through groups such as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), Israel would be adrift. There are a growing number of banks and other companies, especially in the European Union, joining the boycott movement, which refuses to do business with Israeli concerns in the occupied territories. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaking before AIPAC on March 4, surprisingly devoted much of his talk to attacking the nascent BDS movement, which he said stood for “Bigotry, Dishonesty and Shame.” He called for BDS supporters to “be treated exactly as we treat any anti-Semite or bigot.” He warned that “naive and ignorant” people are being recruited as “gullible fellow travelers” in an anti-Semitic campaign. http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/israels_war_on_american_universities_20140316


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How Scarlett Johansson Got in the Business of Whitewashing Israeli War Crimes

aa-Scarlett Johansson The actress Scarlett Johansson is enamored with the Israeli-owned company SodaStream, and now she has the chance to show the world. Johansson, famous for her roles in movies like Her and Lost In Translation, inked a deal with SodaStream, the producer of home carbonation devices that create seltzer water or flavored sodas, on January 10 to become their first international spokesperson. Johansson’s newfound role will be prominently featured during the Super Bowl on February 2. TV viewers will see Johansson in a commercial for SodaStream touting the ability of consumers to make their own bubbled water. “I think it was really a natural partnership because I’ve been using SodaStream for five or six years, and it’s a product I found on my own because I like carbonated water but I hated the waste of bottles,” Johansson said in a preview video for the Super Bowl ad. “My favorite thing about SodaStream is that I don’t feel guilty when I enjoy beverages at home.” But activists and supporters of the Palestinian-led boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement targeting Israel are now trying to make Johansson feel guilty enough to break off the multiyear deal with the soda making company. The reason? SodaStream’s main factory is located in an illegal settlement in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Johansson won’t hear the end of it until she’s no longer beautifying a war crime under the Geneva Convention. What was supposed to be a boon for the company, whose stock recently slid, has turned into a potential debacle as media coverage pointing to SodaStream’s location in the settlement of Mishor Adumim mounts. http://www.alternet.org/world/scarlett-johanssons-sodastream-deal-whitewashes-israeli-war-crimes?paging=off&current_page=1#bookmark


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Here is Why Deconstructing Zionism is Important

aa-Israel - violent settlers In its most basic sense, the injunction to deconstruct Zionism entails a radical ideology critique with its careful examination of all the presuppositions hidden in an “-ism”. History matters: Like other ideologies, Zionism was a historical construction, a more or less coherent project that took a vast array of forms, running the gamut from the religious to the secular. http://uruknet.com/?p=m103174&hd=&size=1&l=e


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Palestinians Lose Again

aa-Palestians - good one Though the President of the United States is responsible for the management of the nation’s foreign policy he hardly has a free hand. Congress has increasingly been playing a role utilizing its power to legislate and also its control over the federal budget while various non-government constituencies within the United States have the ability to influence elections and media perceptions of the Administration. Those groups have inevitably become part of the process, which has also become more complicated due to the fact that foreign policy, which for the Founders consisted largely of protecting Americans overseas, has since the Second World War been conflated with national security and defense, making it increasingly difficult to identify and pursue clear cut interests. The result is that though foreign policy is not a major concern for most Americans at the White House level it consumes a disproportionate amount of time and energy while the instant news cycle and a reflexively hostile GOP make every possible misstep fraught with peril. http://original.antiwar.com/giraldi/2013/12/04/palestinians-lose-again/#.UqCPxVGajZc.email


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Netanyahu’s Peace Gesture is Meant to Extract Concessions

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu made what was presumably intended to sound like a historic peace gesture towards the Palestinians last week. He invited Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, to Jerusalem to address the Israeli parliament, echoing Menachem Begin’s invitation to Egypt’s president, Anwar Sadat, in 1977. That visit was the prelude to a peace agreement concluded the following year between Israel and Egypt. In reality, Mr Netanyahu’s offer was as hollow as his previous utterances about Palestinian statehood. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article36984.htm#.UpdQ1ibTq_Q.email


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The Road to Nowhere — Kerry’s Mideast Journey

Here we go again, another round of Mideast peace talk kabuki. A process in which Washington, Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization hold intense talks over holding talks, a ritual as stylized as the traditional Japanese dance. In the end, it’s the same empty, cynical ritual, year after year. This past week, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has been leading the dance in the latest attempt to restart peace talks between Israel and the Mahmoud Abbas’ PLO. As of this writing, the talks appear off. But they may be on again just as quickly. It depends on how much Washington offers its feuding clients, Israel and the PLO. Watching this annual charade is both painful and exhausting. It makes cynics of the most idealistic hopers for Mideast peace. Israel holds all the cards, and knows it. Jewish settlements, roads, and security walls are roaring ahead, relentlessly gobbling up the occupied West Bank, Golan and their water resources. West Bank Palestinians are being crammed into future native Bantustans patterned after South Africa’s apartheid-era reservations for blacks. http://www.lewrockwell.com/2013/07/eric-margolis/mideast-peace-talks/


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Is Terror an Option for the Occupied and Oppressed Palestinians?

My answer is “No” but I think the question needs to be asked. It was provoked in my mind by a recent Ynet op-ed article by Ziv Lenchner, described as a left-leaning, Jewish Israeli artist. The headline over his piece was Israelis to Obama – we don’t care, don’t bother us. Lenchner’s article, published on 28 March, took the discussion about what most Israeli Jews really want – disengagement from the occupied West Bank or annexation – beyond the answer given by Noam Sheizaf writing in Maariv on 4 December last year. The headline over his piece was We have become addicted to the status quo. http://www.alanhart.net/is-terror-an-option-for-the-occupied-and-oppressed-palestinians/#.UXqDWoh-7oE.email


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Is Terror an Option for the Oppressed and Occupied Palestinians?

My answer is “No” but I think the question needs to be asked. It was provoked in my mind by a recent Ynet op-ed article by Ziv Lenchner, described as a left-leaning, Jewish Israeli artist. The headline over his piece was Israelis to Obama – we don’t care, don’t bother us. Lenchner’s article, published on 28 March, took the discussion about what most Israeli Jews really want – disengagement from the occupied West Bank or annexation – beyond the answer given by Noam Sheizaf writing in Maariv on 4 December last year. The headline over his piece was We have become addicted to the status quo. http://www.alanhart.net/is-terror-an-option-for-the-occupied-and-oppressed-palestinians/#.UWK9gxrnnk8.email


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The End of Jewish Power

Israel suffered a humiliating defeat at The UN yesterday. The nations of the world stood up and said NO to the Jewish state – NO to Israeli occupation, NO to Israeli human rights abuse, NO to Jewish racism. In effect, they stood up and confessed to serious Zio-fatigue. Despite Jewish success in constantly reminding Europeans of their tormented past, Europe yesterday delivered itself of its guilt and Israel’s European allies such as Germany, France, Britain and Italy also delivered a clear messages to Israel – they are right out of patience. The rest of the world is at last finding the courage to realise that it can well do without a Jewish state that is nothing but trouble and a grave threat to world peace. http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/the-end-of-jewish-power-1.html


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Great news. I hope that this continues to spread & grow. ........... Jack's War

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The Palestinians’ Only Option

In the final countdown to the UN General Assembly vote on recognition of Palestine as a non-member state, the PLO has indicated that it’s expecting “a pleasant surprise,” it being the number of European countries which will not do Zionism’s bidding on this occasion and will vote for the resolution. Victory for the Palestinians in this forum can be taken for granted, and it will help to further isolate the Israel of Netanyahu as a pariah state, but. It won’t be, can’t be, a substitute for a viable strategy to secure justice for the Palestinians. http://www.alanhart.net/the-palestinians-only-option/


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‘People Are Resisting by Existing’: Gaza After the Bombing

Gaza had endured eight days of bombardment by air, land and sea. Israel deployed F-16s, attack helicopters and warships to fire on the densely populated territory of more than 1.7 million people. Over 160 Palestinians were killed, eighty-nine of them civilians. Among them were thirty-one children, according to PHCR. Five Israelis were killed in Palestinian rocket attacks. http://www.thenation.com/article/171428/people-are-resisting-existing-gaza-after-bombing#


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Jews torture and degrade Gentiles for amusement and profit. Save America, dump Israel.

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Puppet State America

by Paul Craig Roberts. The United States government and its subject peoples think of the U.S. as “the world’s only superpower.” But how is a country a superpower when its entire government and a majority of the subjects, especially those members of evangelical churches, grovel at the feet of the Israeli Prime Minister? How is a country a superpower when it lacks the power to determine its own foreign policy in the Middle East? Such a country is not a superpower. It is a puppet state. In the past few days we have witnessed, yet again, the “American superpower” groveling at Netanyahu’s feet. When Netanyahu decided to again murder the Palestinian women and children of Gaza, to further destroy what remains of the social infrastructure of the Gaza Ghetto, and to declare Israeli war crimes and Israeli crimes against humanity to be merely the exercise of “self-defense,” the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, the White House, and the U.S. media all promptly declared their support for Netanyahu’s crimes.
http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2012/11/19/puppet-state-america-paul-craig-roberts/


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Israel’s Real Agenda

Unfortunately, only the United States can influence the Israelis to rethink their destructive policies, which will ultimately also do grave damage to the American people, but there is no sign that any US politician has the courage to face the facts and do what is right. http://original.antiwar.com/giraldi/2012/11/14/israels-real-agenda/


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Jewish Domination? Occupation More Likely

The Palestinian solidarity movement stands at the edge of “polite society.” You can still belong to a Palestinian solidarity committee and not fear losing your job, unless you work in the very heart of the Zionist beast (e.g. the ADL or the U.S. Congress). Part of the reason that Palestinian solidarity activists have been largely protected from the stigmatizing charge of anti-Semitism is the disproportionately large number of Jews involved in the movement, including its leadership positions. However, as Gilad Atzmon has been pointing out in his critique of anti-Zionist Zionists, the Jewish involvement in the movement has been a two-edge sword. These same Jewish activists who provide cover from charges of anti-Semitism also police the movement to make sure that the taboo on discussion of Jewish power is preserved. And when it comes down to it, many Jewish activists in the movement are probably more worried about a backlash against their power due to Zionists going too far than they are about the plight of the Palestinians. http://www.davidduke.com/?p=36611


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Europe and U.S. Richly Reward Israel for Pariah Status

Jonathan Cook exposes the complicity of the European Union and the United States in Israel’s occupation and ethnic cleansing of the occupied Palestinian territories, showing how, as Israel accelerates its land grabs and colonizing of the West Bank, the EU and U.S. have chosen to reward, not punish, the racist Zionist entity. http://www.redress.cc/palestine/jcook20120731


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Who Killed Yasser Arafat?

Arafat’s Ramallah compound had been bombed several times by the Israelis, and they had the place surrounded – yet still he persisted. They couldn’t get him out. Worse, his plight was becoming a metaphor for the condition of his people, who were – and still are – prisoners in their own land. A former adviser claimed he was poisoned by the Israelis, who detained the Palestinian ambulance used to deliver Arafat’s medications to the Ramallah compound. At the time, one tended to write this off as a purely polemical exercise: in light of the new evidence, however, the question has to be asked. http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2012/07/03/who-killed-yasser-arafat/


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putnamvt

Correct, Raymond. Tried and tested formula re: trolls. Just blindside 'em when they don't expect it or converse around them..

Raymond

I wonder if it might be that "Incredible4U" person posting under a different name? Either way, it is best just to ignore these clowns because they feed off anything you say back to them and disrupt everything. I'm all for free speech and having differences of opinion, but these trolls aren't here to have any meaningful discussion, just derail and disrupt. By the way Jungleboots, why do your posts get repeated 3 times?

JamesL

I have also noticed the three intros Jungleboots, and I think you hit the nail on the head. Sounds like a troll to me. Our best course of action is probably to just ignore this fool.

Jungleboots

Let's see here. In the past 3 days we have 3 different posts all starting eerily similar. I AM A JEW,I AM A MUSLIM ( which I thought they spelled it Moslem) and I AM A GAY. Along with the basic theme of 'Hate' against their kind. You can look in the past year of archives and no one else has ever started off with that intro. All the same person perhaps, a troll? Oh...I wouldn't be a bit surprised.

Jungleboots

Let's see here. In the past 3 days we have 3 different posts all starting eerily similar. I AM A JEW,I AM A MUSLIM ( which I thought they spelled it Moslem) and I AM A GAY. Along with the basic theme of 'Hate' against their kind. You can look in the past year of archives and no one else has ever started off with that intro. All the same person perhaps, a troll? Oh...I wouldn't be a bit surprised.

Jungleboots

Let's see here. In the past 3 days we have 3 different posts all starting eerily similar. I AM A JEW,I AM A MUSLIM ( which I thought they spelled it Moslem) and I AM A GAY. Along with the basic theme of 'Hate' against their kind. You can look in the past year of archives and no one else has ever started off with that intro. All the same person perhaps, a troll? Oh...I wouldn't be a bit surprised.

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Israel Demolishes Arab Village 38 Times

Palestinian villagers have addressed the Guinness Book of World Records to register a ruinous “record”. A Bedouin village in Israel has been demolished 38 times by Israeli authorities, who say people in the village do not have building permits. Al-Araqeeb village with population of 500 residents in the Negev claim their some 40 homes have been destroyed over three dozen times by Israel Land Administration. Residents of the Al-Turi Arab Bedouin tribe insist they are being pushed off their own land. “We have ownership documents that go back to the Ottoman era,” the head of the Committee for the Defense of al-Araqeeb, Awad Abu Farih, stated to Anatolian news agency. http://www.rt.com/news/bedouin-village-destroyed-israel-898/


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Warning: Visiting Israel is Dangerous

Arrivals supporting Palestinian rights risk harshness. Don’t come wearing jerseys or bearing signs saying solidarity with Palestine. Don’t say you plan West Bank East Jerusalem, and/or Gaza visits. Worse is admitting you’ll help build schools, plant trees, or repair damaged wells. Don’t suggest you plan protesting against illegal settlement construction. If asked, don’t tell. Any one or combination of these may result in close encounters with security forces leaving lasting impressions and realization that avoiding trouble requires staying mum. http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/04/20/warning-visiting-israel-is-dangerous/


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Israel is Paranoid About Pro-Palestinian Activists

Israel will not stand idly by as thousands of activists prepare to arrive on Sunday; it will not miss an opportunity to look ridiculous in the eyes of the world. http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/israel-is-paranoid-about-pro-palestinian-activists-1.423894


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This Occupation is Brought to You by Corporate America

During a recent demonstration in Hebron (Al Khalil) demanding the opening of Shuhada street, protesters were subjected to something that could only have been thought up in the United States – a weapon which comes with its own commercial. Amid the sound of concussion grenades exploding, an automated voice announces: “This is a test of the long range acoustic device, LRAD, from American Technologies Corporation.” The strange automated message serves as a reminder that the Israeli occupation is not just a local or regional issue but one with important international dimensions. http://uruknet.com/?p=m86745&hd=&size=1&l=e


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LabMan

Yes Raymond,thank you,I did a bit of checking and it appears to be the same company minus the Morton name,writer of uruknet article used a different spelling of company name,I believe your spelling is correct,also Monsanto is right up there,can you imagine the list of other "Amerikan" companies dealing in death,why would any of them want war to end?

Raymond

I believe it's the same company, LabMan. Morton/Thiokol in Utah built the Solid Rocket Boosters(with O-rings) for the Space Shuttle. They make White Phosphorous too, huh? Well, that figures--they only things still produced in this country are weapons and other instruments of death for the insatiable ZOG war machine.

LabMan

White Phosphorous produced by the American company Tiokol Aerospace,does anyone know if this was part of the Morton/Tiokol company that produced the O rings for the doomed Challenger shuttle?

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Israeli Soldiers Drive Tractor Over Worker’s Legs to Stop Palestinians From Building a House on Their (Occupied) Lands

Today is the Sabbath, and I pray with all my heart that all American Zionists see the pictures below and tell me how an ideology of Jewish separatism that has deprived several million Palestinians of any rights can be justified in today’s world. http://mondoweiss.net/2012/01/israeli-soldiers-drive-tractor-over-workers-legs-to-stop-palestinians-from-building-a-house-on-their-occupied-lands.html


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The United States of Denial

Newt Gingrich is no doubt a revolutionary political thinker. He has managed to offer an adequate solution to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. In an interview with Steven Weiss of The Jewish Channel, Gingrich said that the Palestinians are an ‘invented people.’ “I think that we’ve had an invented Palestinian people, who are in fact Arabs, and were historically part of the Arab community. And they had a chance to go to many places.” Such an approach to world affairs is consistent with both Walt Disney’s phantasmic vision of reality and Zionist Golda Meir who back in 1969 announced that there was “no such thing as a Palestinian people… It is not as if we came and threw them out and took their country. They didn’t exist.” http://batr.org/view/121111.html


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Newt is NOT the man. Deo Vinidice

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Washington Loses on Own-Goal Hat Trick

One can reasonably argue that the United Nations is not worth the time, effort, and money that it consumes, but there is a disturbing willingness on the part of Washington to abandon any pretense of an independent foreign policy where Israel is concerned. The United States has absolutely no national interest that compels it to deny Palestinian statehood, and it is only making itself even more ridiculous, irrelevant, and isolated internationally by inflicting massive and disproportionate punishment on most of the world over an issue that should not even be in dispute. Washington’s withdrawal from the rest of the world will admittedly be welcomed by many, though it only means that we Americans will be further down the road in the transition to rogue-state status. http://original.antiwar.com/giraldi/2011/11/09/washington-loses-on-own-goal-hat-trick/


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Living Under Israel’s Boot

Like occupied people everywhere, Palestinians understand oppression better than experts. Ask them. They’ll explain. In Gaza, it means living under siege and Israeli air, land and sea attacks. West Bank communities face day and night incursions. In the week ending October 27, 58 were conducted, nearly 10 a day. Israel arrests Palestinians while releasing others. Every Palestinian wonders when their loved ones may be taken in middle of the night raids, including children young as ten. http://www.bobtuskin.com/2011/10/31/living-under-israels-boot/


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Let’s Get Out of the Middle East – and the UN

by Ron Paul. The Palestinian Authority’s recent announcement that it would seek U.N. recognition as an independent state dominated the news and the political debate in the United States last week, though in truth it should mean very little to us. Only a political class harboring the illusion it can run the world obsesses over the aspirations of a tiny population on a tiny piece of land thousands of miles away. Remember, the U.N. initiated this persistent conflict with its 1947 Partition Plan. Unfortunately, the debate is dominated by those who either support the Israeli side in the conflict, or those who support the Palestinian desire for statehood. We rarely seem to hear the view of those who support the U.S. side and U.S. interests. I am on that side. I believe that we can no longer police the world. http://original.antiwar.com/paul/2011/09/26/lets-get-out-of-the-middle-east-and-the-un/


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Carter Tells Obama: Don’t Veto Palestine’s UN Bid

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has called on the Obama administration not to veto a UN Security Council vote for Palestinian statehood expected to take place this week. “If I were president, I’d be very glad to see the Palestinians have a nation recognized by the United Nations,” Carter said in a Sunday interview with the U.S.-based National Public Radio (NPR). Carter emphasized that “there’s no downside to it.” The former American president admitted that if President Barack Obama resisted Tel Aviv’s pressure and did not veto Palestinian statehood bid at the UN, the powerful Israeli lobby in the U.S. would punish Obama. “But I think it’s a price worth paying,” he underlined. Carter said that today, Palestinian statehood should be a basic moral commitment for the United States. http://www.tehrantimes.com/index.php/world/2724-carter-tells-obama-dont-veto-palestines-un-bid


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Luke

Carter was instrumental in what happened to the former Rhodesia, and played a heavy role in pressuring the Whites who had created that outpost of White Western Civilization to turn over the nation that they had built to black rule. So, I wonder if Mr. Peanut ever feels any guilt over reading about all the White Rhodesians who have been brutally raped, tortured, mutilated and murdered by the predatory black savages - as a direct consequence of what Carter helped to foist upon them? This rat turd is constantly whining about the way the jews in Israel are torturing, mistreating and killing the poor Palestinians, right? Where is his equivalent concern and compassion for members of his own race, I wonder? I think it's safe to say that Jimmy Carter's picture will one day be hanging inside the White Race Traitor Hall of Shame.

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Satan's throne and AIPAC hate Carter's guts.

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No Freedom for Palestine, Thunders Washington

A majority of the world’s nations are fed up by the endless suffering of the stateless Palestinians and support creation of a Palestinian state on the West Bank and Gaza. Turkey’s increasingly influential premier, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, went to Cairo last week and spoke for the world: “Let’s raise the Palestinian flag and let that flag be the symbol of peace and justice in the Middle East.” The United States is desperately scrambling to head off a favorable vote in the UN. Washington threatens to veto any pro-Palestine vote in the Security Council – that alone can grant statehood status to a new state. The U.S. is exerting huge pressure on allies and dependant states to vote against any resolution in the General Assembly. http://www.commondreams.org/view/2011/09/18


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Subway Station Billboard Battle is latest Flareup in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A subway station billboard war is the latest flareup in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The dispute began with posters urging an end to U.S. military aid for Israel, prompting a City Council member to demand an end to the ads – and spawning an upcoming series of counter-ads. http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2011/09/16/2011-09-16_mideast_conflict_goes_underground.html


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Palestine and the Irresistible Winds of Change

The Palestinians are going to declare statehood, or nationhood, in September, regardless of whatever does or doesn’t happen, concerning the international backing being sought. Right on cue, the Ashke-Nazi’s have come up with their own final solution to the problem they created. What this does is make the time frame between now and then a very critical phase; stinking of possible massive false flags, to usurp the timeline in whatever way possible. http://smokingmirrors.blogspot.com/2011/07/palestine-and-irrestible-winds-of.html


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Israel in a Strategic Dead End

They are extraordinary scenes. Film shot on mobile phones captured the moment on Sunday when at least 1,000 Palestinian refugees marched across no-man’s land to one of the most heavily protected borders in the world, the one separating Syria from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Waving Palestinian flags, the marchers braved a minefield, then tore down a series of fences, allowing more than 100 to run into Israeli-controlled territory. As they embraced Druze villagers on the other side, voices could be heard saying: “This is what liberation looks like.” Unlike previous years, this Nakba Day was not simply a commemoration of the catastrophe that befell the Palestinians in 1948, when their homeland was forcibly reinvented as the Jewish state. It briefly reminded Palestinians that, despite their long-enforced dispersion, they still have the potential to forge a common struggle against Israel. As Israel violently cracked down on last Sunday’s protests on many fronts — in the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem and on the borders with Syria and Lebanon — it looked less like a military superpower and more like the proverbial boy with his finger in the dam. http://www.counterpunch.org/cook05182011.html


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911 was a Mossad false flag

Reinhardt

Another uprising, but the only version of this seen on American media, is tagged as anti-israeli, led by mobs of Iranian/Syrian Christian/jew hating killer Muslims. How about a no fly zone over israel? Except for missles sent to tel aviv! Bin Laden hit the wrong target on 9/11. He should have hit tel aviv!

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Israel’s Doomed Fate

It is becoming clear that Israel lacks the means to cope with Palestinian resilience. Despite Israeli barbarism; despite sixty-three years of oppression, racial discrimination and mass murderous tactics– including the usage of WMD– the Palestinian people have remained determined to return to their land. This week they reminded the Israelis, world Jewry and the rest of the world that the Palestinian cause is not going to fade away. If anything, in 2011, Palestinians seem more decisive, firm and united than their parents’ or grandparents’ generations. http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/gilad-atzmon-israels-doomed-fate.html


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The Role of Jews in the Palestinian Solidarity Movement

After Malcolm X returned from his epiphanic trip to Mecca, he was asked if White people could join his Organization of Afro-American Unity. He was very clear in his response. http://weeklyintercept.blogspot.com/2011/04/role-of-jews-in-palestinian-solidarity.html


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Jewish Power is Falling Apart

The British ADL watchdog CIF Watch seems to be very unhappy with the Guardian circulating the work of the genius cartoonist Carlos Latuff. http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/gilad-atzmon-jewish-power-is-falling-apart.html


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A New Truth Dawns on the Arab World

The Palestine Papers are as damning as the Balfour Declaration. The Palestinian “Authority” – one has to put this word in quotation marks – was prepared, and is prepared to give up the “right of return” of perhaps seven million refugees to what is now Israel for a “state” that may be only 10 per cent (at most) of British mandate Palestine. And as these dreadful papers are revealed, the Egyptian people are calling for the downfall of President Mubarak, and the Lebanese are appointing a prime minister who will supply the Hezbollah. Rarely has the Arab world seen anything like this. http://www.readersupportednews.org/off-site-opinion-section/133-133/4753-a-new-truth-dawns-on-the-arab-world


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Thousands Demonstrate Against U.S. Drone Strikes

These thousands of protestors do not hate us “because we are free; they hate us because we are killing their kids, wives, brothers, cousins, and friends. http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2011-01/21/c_13701881.htm


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Michael C. Scott

Thousands demonstrate? Can we get them all to gather together and demonstrate in one place?

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Shot in the Head — Gabrielle Giffords, Tom Hurndall and Palestinian Children

There is something particularly horrifying when someone is shot in the head. Perhaps it’s the gruesome image, the destruction of the brain, the clear intent to kill. The recent shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is made even more nightmarish by the location of her devastating injury. Those of us who focus on Israel-Palestine are acutely aware of this horror. Several years ago, I was researching the cause of death of Palestinian children killed by Israeli forces during the first months of the Second Intifadah, the Palestinian uprising against Israeli occupation. As I counted up the numbers, I was chilled to discover that the single most frequent cause of death in those beginning months was “gunfire to the head.” http://counterpunch.org/weir01142011.html


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LabMan

Imagine if these names were Bobby...Michael...Susan...Melissa...Jimmy,and that the foreign troops that were killing them were invading Arizona,Connecticut,Ohio,etc.,there was a story at this site not long ago about Israeli paramilitary groups possibly training in this country,i believe it was Arizona,if above horrific situations ever played out here,and American grandfathers,fathers,uncles,cousins,etc.,came to the certain defense of our own,would they be labeled insurgents,or dead enders?

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Serving Up Palestine One Slice at a Time

As of last week, 110 countries in the United Nations have extended diplomatic recognition to the State of Palestine. All recognize Palestine as including the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip, essentially the borders as they existed prior to the June 1967 Six Day War. Nearly every country in Latin America, Asia, and Africa has recognized Palestinian statehood and there are indications that many European nations will soon follow suit. Which leaves the United States, yet again, on the wrong side of history. In fact, Washington has gone in completely the opposite direction, insisting that there cannot be any Palestinian state until negotiations are completed between the two parties involved, meaning that Israel shall have a veto on any such development and will postpone it until some time in the next century. http://original.antiwar.com/giraldi/2011/01/19/serving-up-palestine-one-slice-at-a-time/


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Israel Hardens Repression as Palestinian Recognition Increases

Never mind that Israel and America don’t negotiate. They demand, imposing their will unilaterally when denied, often by force. Both countries also deplore peace. They prevent it by provoked conflict, blamed on governments they oppose, even democratically elected ones. Israel is now so extremist that Haaretz writer Zeev Sternhell described Netanyahu’s Knesset as “an assembly line of legislation that is dragging Israel down to the bottom of the list of civilized countries,” amounting to might makes right. http://uruknet.com/?p=m73386&hd=&size=1&l=e


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Questions About Your Mother

If you saw criminal thugs hitting and dragging your mother as seen in the picture below, what would you do? What would you do if your government defended such criminals, even ordered them to steal everything from your family and mistreat your mother like that during Christmas? What would you suggest should be done to protect this woman from the thugs? http://www.kawther.info/wpr/2010/12/24/questions-about-your-mother


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Luke

A convicted felon on the Terrorist Watch List. Now, there is a badge of honor to boast about. Of course, when one understands the pathologically insane and clinically certified degree of narcissism and paranoia that grips the #1 enemy of all White, Western people of European descent - one could assume that this enemy considers anyone who is white as a potential felon and a potential domestic enemy of ZOG. Some of us have papers to certify this status, and some of us are just guilty of breathing and thinking while white. Semper Fi, Mr. Scott. We may need your skills in the future.

Scott Banks

The only thing I don't like about that statement is the "and them me" part. I hope it goes better than that when it happens.

Michael C. Scott

I would never see criminal thugs dragging my mother around because I would have already killed them, and they me. I am a convicted federal felon on the Terrorist Watch List, and I never back down from a fight.

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