How much was the mind of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik conditioned and warped by Zionist propaganda as peddled with the assistance of Christian fundamentalism by much of the Western mainstream media and many websites?
I doubt the Post will apologize for its knee-jerk attack against Muslims or ever change its ways to bring peace in the Holy Land despite its important to U.S. interests.
As is usually the case all of the experts on terrorism and all the Islam-hating bigots were wrong. Sometimes I am not even sure which group is the more loathsome and of course there is considerable overlap between the two.
Pro-Israel leaders in the United States, Britain and Australia are warily watching the unfolding of the phone-hacking scandal that is threatening to engulf the media empire of Rupert Murdoch.
The news itself controlled the governments and may well have written the scripts to the wars, the rigged elections, the acts of terror and the misdirection that sent America after terror groups that never existed.
Having disposed of the Murdoch menace it’s time for the British public to turn the spotlight on the other villains our craven politicians pay homage to.
New U.S. formula: Palestinian recognition of the “Jewishness” of Israel in exchange for an American endorsement of a Palestinian “state” on unspecific parts of the West Bank and few scattered neighborhoods of occupied East Jerusalem.
AIPAC, in the business of advancing Israeli government policies in the United States ever since its founder left the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1951.
Lawrence Davidson explains why most Americans “neither see themselves as others see them nor look honestly into their own faces”, and in consequence, “are led to collectively act in self-destructive ways”.
We are all occupied by Israel’s army because we are. The Congress demanded that Obama/US will veto any resolution on Palestinian statehood.
No just cause for the freedom of a subjugated people has been the blind spot of humanity for so long than the cause of Palestine.
Paul J. Balles compares Israel to a thug who knows he has protection and asks: “How long can Israel’s thugs keep getting away with the travesty of justice that’s no better than organized crime in America?”
Stuart Littlewood reminds Israel’s stooges and other ignoramuses in the US Congress of a few basic facts about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict – the sheer injustice suffered by the Palestinians at the hands of Israel and its US supporter – and concludes: “There is only one thing worse than being lied to, Congress. And that’s acting on a lie.”
The size of the territory allotted for Palestine state continued to shrink with every new Israeli settlement. Do the Palestinians want this state? No, clearly not.
Netanyahu’s panic response to flytilla instead of letting the party go forward. Israel put a “no fly” list of “peace and justice” passengers believed to be “threats” to Israel’s security.
Please consider writing the U.N. Security Council as soon as possible urging them to live up to the founding principles of the U.N. and their convictions as governments and peoples that all mankind deserves to live free from subjugation and occupation in an independent nation they call home.
Paul J. Balles reflects on the US Independence Day and asks: if, as the American Declaration of Independence says, “all men are created equal”, then why do Americans act as if that fundamental principle applies only to citizens of the USA?
Lawrence Davidson argues that the deadly influence of Israeli special interests groups on Western governments, especially that of the USA, means that advocates of justice for the Palestinians have only one recourse: civil society actions such as the Gaza humanitarian flotillas.
Starving Gaza is not cricket. Neither is stopping the aid flotilla sailing. Setting sail with the Gaza Flotilla is no Sunday afternoon game of cricket.
Jonathan Cook reports on plans by Israel to demolish the Palestinian village of Lifta, near Jerusalem, in order to build holiday homes for wealthy foreign Jews and to erase for Israelis “all troubling reminders of an earlier Palestinian presence”.
Richard Lightbown describes the reality of extreme hardship in the Gaza Strip, “denied by world political leaders who know the facts better than anyone”, that has led to the formation of yet another flotilla for Gaza, and chronicles the Israeli, US and European dirty tricks aimed at aborting the humanitarian mission to the Strip.
Whether or not flotillas reach Gaza, Israel lost the war. The whole world knows what America’s media won’t report, and what growing numbers of Jews condemn. Many, in fact, express disgust about a lawless nation in their name.
Just imagine it… Several hundred thousand or better still one or two million Palestinians or more marching peacefully to the 1967 borders.
Two hundred and thirty-five years after the American colonies declared independence from Britain, the passengers on the US boat to Gaza call for a new American Declaration of Independence, this time from Israel.
When fundamentally unjust situations are left unaddressed by states, the people must step in. As the collective punishment of 1.5 millions civilians persists, it’s time to ask yourself: which side are you on?
Israel is threatening to refuse to allow Palestinians living in the occupied Palestinian territory to receive visitors from abroad. We are not talking here about visitors such as the 5 million Palestinian refugees whom Israel has refused to allow to return to their homes after being expelled by force and fear when Israel was founded in 1948. Rather, the issue now is that foreigners who desire to visit the occupied Palestinian territory are being denied entry into Israel.
As America celebrates its July 4th Independence Day, an American citizen languishes in a Greek jail and all U.S. citizens who dare speak and challenge Israel’s hegemony over the United States maybe subject to the ire and wrath of Israel’s lobby, AIPAC, and by extension the U.S. Congress and the White House.
Today, its war against humanity dirty tricks/state terrorism arsenal includes propaganda, intimidating lawsuits, pressure on other governments, sabotage, subversion, cold-blodded murder, and whatever else it takes to ruthlessly commit slow-motion genocide against nearly 1.7 million Gazans, besides daily crimes against others in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
In the Declaration of Independence, they pledged their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to a new enterprise of freedom, democracy, and the human spirit. The outcome was far from assured; likely as not, the hangman’s noose awaited them. They knew that all too well.
Stuart Littlewood views the British government’s unwillingness – as evident from the statements of its ministers in Parliament – to support its citizens’ right to go about their lawful business delivering humanitarian aid to besieged Gaza and to protect them from Israeli threats to slaughter them on the high seas.