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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Rothschild Zionists desperate to start WW3 in Gaza


When Israelis in the occupied territories now claim that they have to defend themselves, they are defending themselves in the sense that any military occupier has to defend itself against the population they are crushing... You can't defend yourself when you're militarily occupying someone else's land. That's not defense. Call it what you like, it's not defense."

~ Noam Chomsky


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Toad Hall said...
RT @rupertmurdoch: Why Is Jewish owned press so consistently anti- Israel in every crisis?

Yeh, right, whatever Murdoch!
Toad Hall said...
Rrefrain of 'Israel has a right to defend itself' looks a bit different w/ this graphic of casualties on 'both sides'

https://twitter.com/SamLovesHummus/status/270134475403427841/photo/1

Loss of territory from 1946 to 2010.

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It is clear the intention here is to destroy Palestine altogether.

(sorry for multiposts).

TAP - The Rothschild Zionists created Israel.  They set up Hamas.  As usual they control both sides to create warfare.  This was all planned aeons ago.  The mutinies at high rank in the USA shows that many are unwilling to get involved.  By raising the anti, with appalling aggression against the Palestinians, they hope to trigger WW3.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

'Why Is Jewish owned press so consistently anti-Israel in every crisis?'

It's a 'who me?' tactic, it's only seeming.

Chris Jones said...

Hamas/Israeli peace maker bombed to bits by alleged guided missile...

“If Baskin’s claim is accurate—and no compelling evidence has emerged to suggest otherwise—Israel assassinated the very man it was indirectly working with to obtain peace, after an agreement had been achieved yet before it could be implemented.”

http://www.vice.com/read/did-israel-assassinate-hamas-chief-peace-negotiator

Toad Hall said...

Chief rabbi Jonathan Sacks was asked about Gaza after finishing Thought for the Day without being told he was on air

Sacks, seemingly unaware that he was live, said "I think it's got to do with Iran, actually", before Davis' co-presenter Sarah Montague whispered: "We, we're live."

His tone then changed markedly and he called for "a continued prayer for peace, not only in Gaza but for the whole region, no one gains from violence".



http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/nov/16/bbc-apologises-chief-rabbi-jonathan-sacks-gaza