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Israyhell again and their little satanic ways.

The ever excellent Ryan Dawson (http://rys2sense.com/) :

Norman (who talks a lot of sense but still supports an Israyhelli state in Palestine):

The hordes of Zion once again unleash their blitzkrieg against the 1.5 million imprisoned, impoverished and malnourished Palestinians.This God hating, Talmud loving, Zionist filthbags who seem to relish murdering ‘sub-human’ Palestinians for sport deserve nothing else but to rot in hell, and surely they will.

Their plan has already been exposed.

They want their Talmudic Messiah to come. For that purpose they need to build a temple for him. That Temple will be on Al-Aqsa mosque. No Muslim in the nearby area would ever tolerate Al-Aqsa’s destruction hence the legions of Zion are expelling the non-‘Jews’ from Jerusalem and the rest of Palestine inc. the West Bank. They merely bomb the easy target captives in Gaza so that while peoples eyes are on Gaza, they plan for and grab more land in Jerusalem and the West Bank.

They are perilously close to their final mission. But the hordes of Zion will be resisted ALL of the way. They believe killing someone puts them out of the equation oblivious to the lager number of people who decide to take a stance against Zionism after that. The endless resistance to their evil ways will afford them absolutely no excuses on the day or reckoning.  But this they will never see or understand.

May they be defeated sooner rather than later.

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Anthony Lawson, man of truth a standard bearer against Zionism


Anthony Lawson, man of truth a standard bearer against Zionism.

 

Tony 2012

Do it for the children.

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Don’t you mean 99.99%?

Finally American (more accurately: ‘USan’) leadership that I don’t mind: The Occupy Wall St. protests. This weekend has seen a number of similar protests around the world.

No, I won’t attempt to smear them by posting a video of one of their activists reading out their manifesto or demands, after which the crowd, very likely for morale building / unity / solidarity reasons then go ahead and repeat, but I’m sure you can find plenty of places in the ‘alternative’ media/blogosphere that will.

John Pilger, my favourite Journalist, was talking at a demo in London the other day on the 10th Anniversary of the US/NATA global bomb fest, which has perhaps claimed 2,000,000 million innocent lives so far.

John said “Civil disobedience is the only way now”. John is wrong IF it doesn’t include public based austerity measures against the state which is screwing them over. For example:

a) Refusal to pay taxes

b) Refusing to keep their money in banks.

there are more, but those two are perhaps the most potent.

And the good news for a change is that there are reports of this very thing happening…

“NYPD Criminals Arrest Protesters For Trying To Close Their Citibank Accounts “
– Source: http://theintelhub.com/2011/10/15/nypd-criminals-arrest-protesters-for-trying-to-close-their-citibank-accounts/

More power to their elbow.

Don’t see the pathetic BBC covering or this, do you? Ho ho ho.

NATO assassinate Afghan peace negotiator Burhanuddin Rabbani

The BBC instantly blames the ‘taliban’ – the group who are not the mythical Al Qaida, alleged interpretors of 9/11, but th group that reportedly offered to hand Osama bin Laden over to the US for trial, if the US was to deliver proof of OBL’s involvement with 9-11.

So I will take it that NATO assassinated him.

I just don’t believe that all these assassinations are done by people defending themselves from 800 lb bombs and sadistic NATO soldiers.

Burhanuddin Rabbani’s peace was probably not the kind of peace the USUK scum-suckers were probably looking for. i.e. it probably didn’t involve acting as a hooker to some global corporation conglomerate while smiling at the passing trucks stealing your natural resources overseas, being booted off your land for a NATO airbase at the same time, while worrying that in 13 years time some USan soldier will rape your newborn little girl.

Pledge of allegiance and the difficulty of not going with the crowd, to be independently minded

Some time ago, I was at an “pledge allegiance ceremony”.

It just so happened that for me to take such a pledge of allegiance, might have caused a conflict with a possible prior pledge I may have made with a retained connection I could have had.

(sorry for the vagueness, but I really want to be brief here. Plus the fact that this has the potential for page upon page to be written, yet I  must try and discipline myself on time at the computer)

I was quite prominent at that ceremony, and when the time came for the participants to raise their hands and take the pledge, I carried out my decision taken shortly before, not to raise my hand and not make the pledge (I made a different but slightly similar pledge at an event a number of years back – which I have regretted).

I felt very uncomfortable. ‘Prominent me’ was seen by ‘big-wigs’ and video cameras and other participants, to not raise his hand. Time seemed to slow down as this section gradually unwinded, and afterwards there was the usual ‘unity song’.

Thing is, I was actually strongly connected to the organising thing the who set up this pledge, and I have become resonably aquainted with a number of those who enthusiastically sang. God knows what the big-wigs must have been thinking (although I’m sure we could make a reasonable prediction!) and I must have really ruined footage for any ‘unity’ promo-video they might have wanted to make,  although the skills of cutters are incredible.

Even though there’s an arguement that goes something like this: there is no legitimicay in forcing people to do something they don’t want, there is a counter arguement that goes something like this: if you don’t agree then you should not enter a pledge or agreement saying you will go along with it. And actually in the majority of cases, the latter argument seems to the one that holds most power.

I like to think of myself as being fairly (and proudly) individualistic and independent* (perhaps I am a fool to believe that, but in my own estimation, I sure appear to be a lot more independent than others I’ve seen) but I found it very difficult to do what I did, and if I found it difficult and uncomfortable to decide not to go with the flo, so I guess for others with stronger connections than me (surely there were some), then they must have found  it extremely difficult, or even impossible, to resist going ahead, even if they disagreed with what the pledge contained,

Surely people who arrange these pledge type events know all this kind of stuff and it makes me wonder do they do this to deliberately ‘trap’ people into getting swept up with it making them align to things they really don’t want to align with.

It’s not easy to break from the crowd. Now that I’ve overcome the largest barrier, that of doing it for the first time, I hope it will enpower me to do so if necessary in the future.

As Denise Austin said “The hard part is getting started”, or if you’re a ‘self appointed intellectual’ – intellectual snob, Confucius said (the equivalent of) “The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step”

* which can come at some personal cost.



Palestine: The Missing Narrative. Paolo Barnard

Italian Middle East correspondent Paolo Barnard explains the crucial missing narrative on the Palestinian struggle against the Israeli occupation state.”The fate of the Palestinian people was sealed 40 years before the Holocaust…”.History, facts, quotes, to understand the real story behind today’s tragic events.

Source: Re-Uploaded from Paolo Barnard’s Channel on Youtube.
http://www.youtube.com/paolobarnardvideos

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lwtc247 comments:
Excellent Fact based Video.
Terra nullius (a land of nobody) originates from the horrific man made Talmud that doesn’t classify non-Jews as humans. Therefore, according to that thinking, then Palestine was of course empty, the racism inherent by Zionists is a consequence of that. Thankfully many Jews (but mostly only the non-empowered ones) distance themselves from the filthy aspects of that library, even though many Jews do hold varying degrees of Zionism.
Paolo forgets to mention the strong Christian Zionist movement in the 19th Century. See: http://vimeo.com/4625542Paolo said Balfour said nothing about the Palestinians. That is incorrect. The Balfour declaration contains:
“…it being clearly understoon taht nothing shall be done to prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine…”
Clearly giving some words of reassurance to the Palestinians (which Rev. Stephen says were knowingly insincere). I like the way Paolo exposes the British plots to get the Paletinan farmers to sell to the Jews and revealing that public land and water, salt and electricity awareded to the Jews almost exclusively to the Jews.He does say about the time of WWII, “The Jews in 1939 rightly flock to Palestine” – I disagree that it was right that they should have done this. The move to the United States was the right move, which many of them made.I strongly suspect the British didn’t just find themselves one day on the wrong foot. My suspicions are that the British leaving was part of the plan. The constant empowerment by the British of the Jewish Zionists via military training, allocation of resources and of course the British establishments ties to Zionism itself  suggest – at least to me they do – that the Brits deliberately made this situation to provide them with an excuse to leave. The utter inaction towards Zionist terrorist acts, in which British people were killed and assassinated and the willingness of the UK to allow the singing of Zionist lies that Israyhell was created due to the Jewish holocaust.

I am very happy he says “The Arabs missed an opportunity for peace with the UN partiotion plan in ’47… that is a LIE” and he goes on to show haw the UN tried to sell the Palestinans a sack of sewage.
Also good was the mention of the Jordanian betrayal of the Palestinians. Read this excellent book.
Gaza: Dec 2008 Jan 2009 Cast Lead also shown to have been a planned event.
“Deception is the dominant theme. Why? Well it’s very simple… To manipulate Israeli public opinion into backing one of the most injust realtiies in the modern world – the continued ethnic cleansing and occupation of Palestine and to the same thig with western public opinion, that must continue to back this unjust reality the occupation and ethnic cleansing of Palestine…
…The Zionist project had always wanted to ethnically cleanse Palestine and to use any means to do this.”
Excellent.
Thank you Paolo.
One more thing… The ‘ovulation’ of Israyhell, which Paolo and Stephen(surprisingly) misses out on when the Christian Church opened the floodgates to Usury, buy way of John Calvin and so forth.

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