Saturday, January 21, 2017

Zionist Bully Gets Mad, Runs for Safe Space When Challenged

On the Russian NEWS Channel, RT, Zionist Bully David Horowitz tries regurgitating the usual lies about Israel and Palestine, but gets challenged by the 'Crosstalk' host, Peter Lavelle. Bravo to Lavelle for pointing out that 70 years of harsh Israeli occupation of Palestine DOES has something to do with facts on the ground. And that Israel ISN'T the poor widdle country always getting beat up by thugs, it's the peoples of Afghanistan, Yemen Libya, Syria and Palestine that are under siege.

That's when Davy throws a hissy fit, takes off his mic and leaves the set. Davy runs for a 'safe space' towards the end. Jump to the 20 minute mark to see Davy running for cover when presented with FACTS.

If this is the best Zionism has to offer to push its toxic lies, the ideology is doomed.


Don't know if Horowitz actually believes what's plopping out of his mouth or he's just a piss-poor liar. Davy is also mobbed-up with the freedom-smashing "Campus Watch," dedicated to putting a goose-stepping Zionist or radical Judaist into every university teaching position.

When it comes to hating all things Muslim, Davy has no peer, except sanity, decency and common sense, all of which Herr David lacks.

Here's a slightly edited comment left by Herr David:
In a 2011 appearance at Brooklyn College, for example, Horowitz said, “No people has shown itself so morally sick as the Palestinians Israelis have. … Not only are they sick, nasty terrorists, but they’re racists. They can’t live alongside anybody who’s not … Muslim Jewish.” He added, “When you’re surrounded by Nazis who want to blow up their own children to kill you, you need territory. You need space.”
This is what Herr David refuses to see thru his Star of David shaped glasses...

Friday, January 20, 2017

IOF Storm Troopers Shoot UNARMED Palestinian Politician in the Face


Violence: the language of a Jewish state


Here is another image (copyright: Keren Manor) that conveys the situation of Palestinians – these ones Palestinian citizens of Israel – more completely than any words. The man on the ground is Ayman Odeh, a member of the Israeli parliament, the head of the Joint List, the third largest party in the parliament, and the highest-ranking Palestinian politician in Israel.

Israeli police have just shot him with rubber-tipped bullets, not once but twice – including to the face. Odeh is one of the least confrontational politicians among Israel’s large Palestinian minority, a fifth of the population. His message is consistently one of peace and amity between all Israeli citizens, whether Jews or Palestinians. That does not seem to have protected him from the shoot-first, ask-questions-later approach of Israel’s security forces towards Palestinians.

This image should be as shocking as seeing a bloodied Bernie Sanders or Jeremy Corbyn crawling in the dirt, watched impassively by US or UK police.

Context is important too. Odeh had joined the 1,000 inhabitants of Umm al-Hiran – all Palestinian citizens of Israel – early this morning in a demonstration to stop demolition crews destroying the 150 homes of their village in the Negev. Israel allowed these families to move to the area of Umm al-Hiran in the 1950s after it had driven them from their original, and much more substantial, lands during the Nakba. The pretext then for expelling them was that Israel needed their ancestral lands for an exclusively Jewish kibbutz.

That all occurred during a military government that ruled over Israel’s Palestinians for nearly two decades. More than 60 years later, exactly the same thing is happening again, but this time in front of the cameras. Umm al-Hiran is being destroyed so that an exclusively Jewish community, with the same name of Hiran, can be built over these families’ homes. Israel never issued Umm al-Hiran with a master plan, so now it can be declared illegal and its inhabitants called “squatters” and “trespassers”. The families are being ethnically cleansed a second time – not during hostilities or in a time of war, but by their own state in a time of peace.

They are far from alone. Thousands of other families, and their villages, face the same fate.
The truth is nothing has changed from the 1950s. Israel still behaves as if it is ruling militarily over its Palestinian citizens. It is still a Jewish state, one that privileges the rights of Jewish citizens over Palestinian “citizens”. It still treats all non-Jews as a threat, as an enemy.

Israel is not a normal kind of state. It is an ethnocracy, and one driven by an ideological variation of the ethnic nationalisms that tore apart Europe a century ago.

Odeh is a leader who campaigns for peace and equality between Jewish and Palestinian citizens. Today, he got his answer. His place is bruised, bloodied and bowed, crawling through the dirt. This is the language of a Jewish state.
The world's 'most moral army,' doing what they do best; shooting Palestinians civilians and then standing around, admiring their handiwork. The handiwork of punks, bullies and sadists.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Chinese Communist Tells the 'Beacon of Democracy' That We Spend TOO Much on Wars

Imagine that. A Chinese Communist businessman Jack Ma from Alibaba telling the USA we spend too much money on wars and not enough on our people. I heartily agree. The 1% need their wealth, their cannon fodder and their useful MSM idiots to keep it all together. It's time to go on strike.

"It's not that other countries steal jobs from you guys," Ma said. "It's your strategy. Distribute the money and things in a proper way."

He said the U.S. has wasted over $14 trillion in fighting wars over the past 30 years rather than investing in infrastructure at home.

He said the U.S. is not distributing, or investing, its money properly, and that's why many people in the country feel wracked with economic anxiety. He said too much money flows to Wall Street and Silicon Valley. Instead, the country should be helping the Midwest, and Americans "not good in schooling," too.

"You're supposed to spend money on your own people," Ma said. "Not everybody can pass Harvard, like me." In a previous interview, Ma said he had been rejected by Harvard 10 times.
Along those lines, Ma stressed that globalization is a good thing, but it, too, "should be inclusive," with the spoils not just going to the wealthy few.

"The world needs new leadership, but the new leadership is about working together," Ma said. "As a business person, I want the world to share the prosperity together."

Think about this next time you drive on those pothole filled streets and put together your budget, trying to figure out how you're going to pay that princely sum each month for the crappy Obamacare. And when you try to catch a nap to rest up for your next part-time shift at one of your three part-time jobs. This sure as Hell ain't Putin's fault.

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