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Remember the journalists and peace activists murdered by the Israeli Forces

Updated with a Viva Palestina Malaysia Video at the end…

Remember the journalists and peace activists murdered by the Israeli Forces From Turkey

Remember the journalists and peace activists murdered by the Israeli Forces

From Turkey
And there are tens of thousands more victims of Israyhelli terrorism from all over the planet.
I like this a LOT.

Gaza flotilla protest saturday 5th June 2010 London lifeline 4 Gaza.jpg



Don’t for pity’s sake go to the protest and think ‘job done’. Thats one reason why the Br(sh)ittish Army and the Unites Snakes army are still killing and maiming innocent people in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The protest is THE FIRST simple STEP. After you need to take it to the higher level. Boycott that filthy murderous state Israyhell. Show these Supramacist bastards that there is a price to pay on this earth as well as the next.

BOYCOTT Israeli goods, Make your boycott public. Encourage the good people you know to do so likewise. Boycott companies that do business with Israyhell or donate to organisations like the JUF. E.g. McDonalds donate to the JUF and are heavily intertwined with it. Change banks from banks, like LLoydsTSB, who harm the Palestinians (even better try not to use or minimise the need for a bank at all!)

Write to your MP but don’t expect it to result in anything – in fact expect it to resut in nothing.

The global institutions have failed us. Detach from them and act in your own capacity to remove this carbuncle of a SuperTerror State a.k.a. israyhell.

A text from Lebannon…

“Long ago, I was made to understand that Palestine was not Palestine;
I was also informed that Palestinians were not Palestinians;
They also explained to me that ethnic cleansing was not ethnic cleansing.
And when naive old me saw freedom fighters
they patiently showed me that they were not freedom fighters,
and that resistance was not resistance.
And when, stupidly, I noticed arrogance, oppression and humiliation
they benevolently enlightened me so I can see that arrogance was not
oppression was not oppression, and humiliation was not humiliation.
I saw misery, racism, inhumanity and a concentration camp.
But they told me that they were experts
in misery, racism, inhumanity and concentrations camps
and I have to take their word for it:
this was not misery, racism, inhumanity and a concentrations camp.
Over the years they’ve taught me so many things:
invasion was not invasion, occupation was not occupation,
colonialism was not colonialism and apartheid was not apartheid…
They opened my simple mind to even more complex truths
that my poor brain could not on its own compute like:
‘having nuclear weapons’ was not ‘having nuclear weapons’,
‘not having weapons of mass destruction’ was ‘having weapons of mass
And, democracy (in the Gaza strip) was not democracy.
Having second class citizens (in Israel) was democracy.
So you’ll excuse me if I am not surprised to learn today
that there were more things that I thought were evident that are not:
peace activists are not peace activists, piracy is not piracy,
the massacre of unarmed people is not the massacre of unarmed people.
I have such a limited brain and my ignorance is unlimited.
And they’re so intelligent. Really.”

Ghassan Hage

Tinpot tyrant ain’t seen nothing yet

Tinpot tyrant ain’t seen nothing yet

By George Galloway on Jan 11, 10 07:01 AM in

I have been in a few dangerous places in my life. In the mid 80s along with an ITN news crew I was bombed by the Ethiopian air force.

My face pressing into the dirt, with no cover around, I saw the shrapnel tear and kill small children and watched others die on a wooden table in a grass hut after they bombers had gone.

I have been bombed by Israel in Beirut and held with an Israeli machine gun at my chest in Nablus during the first Iraq war.

Involuntarily, I put my hands up and the blue-eyed blonde “Israeli” said that if I didn’t put my hands down he would kill me.

I’ve never, however, been in a more dangerous situation than last week in the tiny Sinai port of Al Arish to which the Egyptian dictatorship had insisted we bring our convoy.

Five hundred foreigners from 17 different nationalities with 200 vehicles were crammed into a compound without water, food or toilet facilities. They included 10 Turkish MPs one of whom was the chairman of Turkey’s foreign relations committee.

We captured on film from a third floor office the thugs of the Mukhabarat (Intelligence) piling stones and sharpening their sticks behind the backs of several ranks of riot police with helmets, batons and shields. Then mayhem.

We may have complaints about our police, but I tell you, when you see policemen hurling half-bricks into a crowd of women and men who’d come to deliver medicine to desperate people under siege, you thank your lucky stars we don’t live in such a state. Fifty five of our 500 were wounded and, but for the shocking effect on Arab public opinion (our own media didn’t give a damn) of the live footage (all on Youtube now), we might still be there yet.

Next day, the dictatorship wanted us on our way. We refused to leave without our wounded comrades and the seven of our number who had been taken prisoner. After another stand-off our demands were met and we proceeded to a tumultuous welcome in Gaza our numbers complete. Word came to me from inside the Egyptian tyranny that I was to be arrested when we came out. Had that happened while I was surrounded by 500 pumped up convoy members there would have been serious trouble.

So I sent them the message that I would come out in the dead of the night before and face the music alone but for my old friend Scots journalist Ron McKay.

McKay is a thriller writer these days but what happened next would have taxed even his imagination.

We emerged into the hands of a grim phalanx of mainly plain clothed secret policemen, none of whom could speak English. They tried to keep our passports but we refused to budge without them – even though there was menace in the air, or perhaps because of it.

They bundled us into an unmarked van which they refused to let us climb out of, at one stage man-handling us.

An Egyptian gumshoe journalist from the Daily News tried to interview us but he was battered away.

We were driven off at speed. I knew we were not going to be killed as we were able to make the necessary calls – well at least the call to the Press Association which makes all the difference in these situations.

We made the formal call to the British Foreign Office but it wasn’t worth the money. During the five-hour journey to Cairo the British diplomats did nothing but tell us to co-operate.

That co-operation was difficult as the police could speak no English and were saying nothing.

Word came from London that Nile News, a mouthpiece of the dictatorship, were reporting in the morning the seven convoy prisoners we had released at al Arish were to be re-arrested on emerging from Gaza.

Thus the bloodbath we sought to avoid now looked inevitable. We demanded to return to the Gaza-Egypt border but were refused. At Cairo airport we refused to enter the terminal and tried to hail a taxi to take us back.

Security forces goons pushed us physically into the airport building and gave close quarter attention to both of us, even in the toilet. They followed us everywhere and when McKay took a picture there was nearly a serious incident. They ushered us up to the entrance of the BA plane and the first English speaker of the night stepped forward to declare me persona non grata in Egypt.

I made my own declaration to him which was that he and his fellow torturers would one day face the wrath of the Egyptian people, who had queued up at the airport in full view of the goons, to shake hands with us. Later, his department stated I had been banned from Egypt because I was “a trouble-maker”. Mr Tinpot tyrant 99.99 of the vote Mubarak, you ain’t seen nothing yet.


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BREAKING NEWS…Viva Palestina convoy attacked by Egyptian forces.

LATEST: 139 Vehicles are crossing into Gaza. 17:00 GMT 6th Jan 2010. Due to stupid Egyptian officials people got injured here and people died. Yet more blood on Egypts hands.!

 Update: George Galloway in convo to a Viva Palestina regional head Secretary relayed message of “massive violence” by Egyptian police. Stones, tear gas, beatings. Some hospitalised and some arrested. Trucks and all other volunteers are in safe possession of VP UK. Currently 10 Turkish MP’s are negotiating with two Egyptian officials. GG confident the convoy will be allowed to proceed into Gaza on 6th Jan (today). [lwtc247: I think this is unrealistic]

Right now 10,000 protestors are outside the Egyptian embassy in Ankara. Demanding Egypt allows the convoy to proceed. Egypt has just proven to the world there is indeed a siege on Gaza.


  Yes up to about 2000 Riot police have rioted against a peace convoy.

To all friends of Palestine
Our situation is now at a crisis point! Riot has broken out in the port of Al- Arish.
This late afternoon we were negotiating with a senior official from Cairo who left negotiations some two hours ago and did not return. Our negotiations with the official was regarding taking our aid vehicles into Gaza.
He left two hours ago and did not come back. Egyptian authorities called over 2,000 riot police who then moved towards our camp at the port.
We have now blocked the entrance to the port and we are now faced with riot police and water cannons and are determined to defend our vehicles and aid.
The Egyptian authorities have by their stubbornness and hostility towards the convoy, brought us to a crisis point.
We are now calling upon all friends of palestine to mount protests in person where possible, but by any means available to Egyptian representatives, consulates and Embassy’s and demand that the convoy are allowed a safe passage into Gaza tomorrow!
Kevin Ovenden
Viva Palestina Convoy Leader


Here is some tweets from the niece of Malaysian Ex-Prime Minister Dr. Mahatir Mohammed:

Tweet timeline: Tweets were posted about Midnight Wed (morning) 6th Jan 2010.

  • Injured convoy member about 1 hour ago from UberTwitter
  • @InezaRoussille Poop, am okay ya. Doa for us too please :[ about 1 hour ago from UberTwitter in reply to InezaRoussille
  • 1 person just got rolled out on a stretcher. about 1 hour ago from UberTwitter
  • Arrested are from GRB, USA, Msia and Kuwaiti. about 1 hour ago from UberTwitter
  • Window almost injuring TUR MP. High level nego now being done by TUR gov. Convoy still determined to enter Gaza. about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • Galloway says Viva has video taken from meeting room to show special police starting violence. Police then threw stones at meeting room about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • EGY negotiator left meet room after Viva rejected demand to surrender 59 vehicles to Israel. Soonest he left the riot police closed in on us about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • 59 vehicles = 25% of our convoy which includes 2 big trucks from GBR and TUR. This contradicts written agreement EGY gave to TURs in Aqaba about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • Galloway here with TUR MPs to negotiate movement of convoy since 530pm local time. EGY asked for 59 of our vehicles to give to Israel. about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • For Gaza siege. We have bend over backwards to come to Elarish cause EGY said we’d be welcomed here, instead welcomed with violence about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • Calm now. Galloway speaking to us, explicitly named EGY regime as instigator of violence. Said now the world can see who is responsible about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • Wisma, a Msian student has been detained by EGY police in Elarish. Please help. @adlynmughni about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter in reply to adlynmughni
  • Some people are missing including a Msian student who came on his own from the UK. We are trying to find him. He may be arrested about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • Sitting on the ground when shouts from police lines started and then wham, hell. Just helped bandage a friend’s head about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • Instigators started moving in from within the police lines and moved on the inside of the police side of the barricades. Convoy mbers were about 2 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • All hell has broken lose at the port. Shit flying around and police spraying and gassing. We’re in the gates about 3 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • We have been told there are protests going on right now in Istanbul, London, Chicago and at EGY ambassies elswherte about 5 hours ago from UberTwitter
  • Standoff with autho in Elarish port @meeshly

    Viva Palestina Convoy 3 – great Stuff

    The convoy members are flying their way to their vehicles that have arrived in El-Arish.


    This is a still image of the livemap which you can find here: I’m putting the still as I like the sight of the convoy in El-Arish and the ‘convoy aeroplanes’ flying there too.

    InsyaAllah they will soon be able to deliver much needed humanitarian aid that Israyhell want to deny them. The Zionist filth making up much of the Israyhelli establishment don’t consider the Palestinians (nor likely you and me) human you see.


    The BBC – a Horseshit of an Organisation

    [Update, Christmas day,  25th December 2009: Relax, Holy Father! Viva Palestina and George Galloway are on the case. They are doing your job for you and breaking the evil siege. You could have done it in the name of God. They are doing it in the name of human decency….]

    I’ve been looking for news of the extraordinary Viva Palestina convoy delivering humanitarian aid to Palestine. But the BBC hasn’t said a peep. the BBC really is a Horseshit of an organisation protecting a Horseshit of an establishment using censoring by omission to try and fool the world nobody cares about the crushing oppression of the Palestinian people.

    Well the Horseshit is wrong, very wrong. Tens of thousands of people have contributed to the convoy either as activists, donators, organisaers or simply boosted the morale of the convoy participants by standing out in the cold streets cheering them on.

    In fact I would guess tens of millions world wide have had Palestine in their heart for a long time already, catalysed by the murderous slaughter last year – every aspect of which was illegal. The world is turning Palestinian.


    The Invisible convoy.

    In case you didn’t reaslise it, and if you watch that highly iffy corporation called the BBC you probably will have missed it, the Viva Palestina December 2009 convoy is getting close to Gaza, in fact it’s making its way through Jordan right now, and will shortly be making it’s way into Egypt, through the Egyptian checkpoint called the Rafah crossing.


    You can track the convoys last leg:

    George Galloway is a Hero. I have one or two issues with him, but so what? At this moment they are utterly irrelevant and those issues don’t negate the fact he is a hero.  GG criticised Arabs governments  the other day and he’s absolutely correct: many of them they shame me, scratch that, many of them make me sick!

    I’m going to ask you… have you ever helped the Palestinians? Are they not worthy of continual support?

    Here’s just a fraction of the important BBC Newz stories preventing coverage of the extraordinary international convoy.



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