July 31, 2014

Fundamentalist Terrorist Leader Says The UN Should Shut The Fuck Up About Gaza

Video of Ayatollah Lindsey Graham's fatwa against the UN. Graham is a leading voice in the Judaic Republic of the United States.

Tony Abbott calls for Gaza ceasefire and two-state solution – video

Tony Abbott calls for Gaza ceasefire and two-state solution – video.

The Evils of An Ethno-Supremacist Totalitarian Fascist State; Why The World Should Forgive Israelis Who Are The Most Propagandized People In Human History

"A poll this week for Israel’s Channel 10 news, conducted by the Sarid Institute, found that 87 percent of Jewish Israelis support continuing the Gaza operation. A survey by the Israel Democracy Institute found that 95 percent of Israeli Jews think the operation in Gaza is just, and 4 of 5 oppose a unilateral withdrawal. Just 4 percent said the Israeli military has used excessive force." - William Booth and Ruth Eglash, "Israelis support Netanyahu and Gaza war, despite rising deaths on both sides," The Washington Post, July 29, 2014.
Totalitarianism did not die with the exit of Adolf Hitler and Nazism from world history. The Zionists took the torch of totalitarian fascism and proudly raised it to new heights in the beginning of this century with the transformative false flag on September 11, 2001. Their ideological cousins in America, the West, and the human cesspool that is political Islam, represented in Gaza by Hamas, have all followed them in their footsteps.

The Islamic totalitarians have learned from the Zionists' mastery of media propaganda and psychological terrorism against the general population and applied these techniques in their respective societies to climb to political power. Politically-motivated Muslim leaders use terrorism in the name of God and religion, while Israel justifies the repeated use of a far more efficient terrorist apparatus against Palestinians and Muslims by pointing to its history of victimhood and collective trauma.

The government of Israel has been so successful in its use of psychological terrorism against their own population that over 90 percent of Israelis believe killing hundreds of innocent children in Gaza is worth the price of their safety! Israeli soldiers even brag about the number of kids they've killed.

This level of moral degradation of a society is only possible when a propaganda machine and the security state collaborate together to spread fear and lies on a massive scale. The collective brainwashing of Israelis by the Israeli political establishment is really extraordinary.

In light of this fact, Palestinians, Muslims, and the world must understand the fragile psychological state of Israelis and forgive them for their enthusiastic support for their government's war crimes and atrocities.

But, sadly, most Muslim leaders, especially the leading voices of Hamas, only aggravate the situation by threatening to exterminate the Jewish people and driving Israel into the sea. The clerics and political leaders who spread this nonsense only invite more attacks on innocent Palestinian civilians.

July 30, 2014

Hamas Was On Its Knees Before This War, Now Its Chest Is Out Thanks To Netanyahu's Bloodlust

Extremists are drawn to each other. Their Messianic worldviews, their brutal methods, their low regard for civilian lives, and their total rejection of peace and co-existence, makes them brothers more than enemies. If Hamas did not exist the leadership of Israel would have to invent it before tomorrow morning to continue to justify its illegal occupation of Palestinian land. Photo Source: AFP.

"In March 2014, Netanyahu acknowledged that the number of rocket attacks from Gaza in the previous year was the “lowest in a decade.” The shock of the three Jewish teenagers kidnapped on June 12 led to widespread official calls for collective punishment, 1500 building searches, and some 500 arrests in the West Bank in the following two weeks, even though the government had every reason to believe that the teenagers were dead and that a group antagonistic to Hamas was behind the kidnappings. The clear purpose was to disrupt the accession of Hamas to the Palestinian “national consensus” government in early June.
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But Israel was wrong to attempt the disruption of the unity government, the terms of which required Hamas to subordinate itself to the far more conciliatory platform of the Palestinian Authority. It was deeply cynical for Netanyahu to use the kidnapping and death of the three teenagers as a cover for that purpose. In no way can the formation of the unity government be seen as a threat that would justify the war that Israel has fought.
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The announced purpose of Israel’s war has been to destroy Hamas, but its result will in all probability be to destroy Abbas. Perhaps that was after all the real intention of Netanyahu and his war cabinet: the extremists invariably seek to undermine the moderates." - David C. Hendrickson, "The Thrasybulus Syndrome: Israel’s War on Gaza" The National Interest, July 29, 2014.

"When Hamas, in effect, accepted the notion of participation in the Palestinian leadership it in effect acknowledged the determination of that leadership to seek a peaceful solution with Israel. That was a real option. They should have persisted in that. Instead, Netanyahu launched a campaign of defamation against Hamas, seized on the killings of three innocent Israeli kids to immediately charge Hamas having done it without any evidence, and has used that to stir up public opinion in Israel in order to justify this attack on Gaza which is so lethal. I think he is isolating Israel, he endangering it's future, and I think we ought to make it very clear that this is a course of action which we thoroughly disapprove and which we do not support, and which may compel us and the rest of the international community to take some steps of legitimizing Palestinian aspirations perhaps in the UN." - Zbigniew Brzezinski.

Rabbi Henry Siegman, Leading Voice of U.S. Jewry, on Gaza: "A Slaughter of Innocents"

Netanyahu looks like a man on a mission. Obama looks asleep. Abbas looks lost.

Rabbi Henry Siegman, Leading Voice of U.S. Jewry, on Gaza: "A Slaughter of Innocents." Source: Democracy Now. Date Published: July 30, 2014.

Israel Has Tunnel Vision, Condemns Gaza To Death

 The tunnels in Gaza are a sign of life, not terror.

You can't cage people in and expect them to die. Life has a way of springing up against impossible obstacles if the will is there to live. The tunnels in Gaza are a manifestation of this basic principle. 

Israel closed down Gaza's border route in partnership with Egypt and prohibited it from trading with the world. So out of economic necessity, and also for military reasons, they painstakingly constructed these tunnels that we're now seeing on television. They need these tunnels to breathe. That they serve a dual-purpose is beside the point.

If Israel did not impose a siege on Gaza then they wouldn't have turned to them for their economic self-preservation. As they say, necessity is the mother of invention. 

There is over forty percent unemployment in Gaza, and the construction of tunnels provided jobs for young people, many of whom had no affiliation with Hamas or any ideological motivation to dig these tunnels. They were not well-paying jobs, but it's better than being broke.

What did the leaders of Israel expect would happen when they imposed a siege on Gaza? That they would roll over and scream mercy? If they wanted to get rid of Hamas, which they don't because having a demonized enemy around is too useful, then opening Gaza's borders and expanding its economy would be the logical move.

The radical message of Islamists is empowered when people are hopeless and without an economic future. To paraphrase a famous saying, if you want to prevent a revolt then it is better if the people are fat and happy rather than skinny and angry. A political figure in England recently said something to this effect but I can't find the quote. Just look at America as a case in point. Also, this is the reason why Washington has imposed heavy sanctions on Iran in recent years. They want to provoke a revolt. But why Israel is pursuing this strategy in Gaza doesn't make any sense.

It's hard not to be a fan of the idea of Israel. Every people deserves a homeland, especially one that has been historically persecuted and demonized throughout the centuries. The cause of Israel is a good cause. But there are limits to Israel's territorial ambitions. The sad fact is that there are presently no visionary leaders in the Israeli political establishment who desire peace and co-existence with Palestinians. The leaders of Israel want to kill the Palestinian people's will to live because that is the only way they will triumph over them and take their land and resources. But that strategy hasn't worked, and will never work.

July 29, 2014

Was The Malaysian Plane In Ukraine The Same One as In March - Joaquin

Was The Malaysian Plane In Ukraine The Same One as In March - Joaquin. Source: 108morris108. Date Published: July 29, 2014.