We 7 Billion Humanity, the citizens of the world will not LET GO OF OUR BELOVED PALESTINE! We will fight to the very end until Palestine is Free from the “Rotschild Zionism” in order for ALL ISRAELIS & PALESTINIANS TO LIVE TOGETHER AS ONE PEOPLE!
My Israelis Brothers & Sisters,
Where are all of you? The Rotschild Zionism cannot kill all of you, we must save the world from these DEVILS! WE ARE 7 BILLION LOVING PEOPLE AND WE ARE COMING TO FREE YOU TOO!
Love, Sunny Chong
THE BAD ZIONIST JOOS DON’T ALLOW ME TO GO TO SLIM STAT BUT I STILL MANAGED TO TAKE PICTURES BECAUSE WHEN I SEE VISITORS FROM ISRAEL I’M SO HAPPY AND I PRAY THEY WILL PASS THE WORD TO THEIR FOLLOW BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO DO WHAT IS RIGHT BY ALMIGHTY GOD! NOW A LOT OF ISRAELIS NOT AFRAID OF THEIR EVIL GOVERNMENT WHO KILLED THE PALESTINIANS WITHOUT A BLINK!
NOW LET US PRAY MANY ISRAELIS WILL COME TO VISIT MY 2 BLOGS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW ISRAEL WAS CREATED AND TRUST ME IN TIME PALESTINE WILL BE A DEMOCRATIC STATE WHEREBY ALL ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS WILL LIVE LIKE BROTHERS & SISTERS LIKE THEY USED TO IN THE OLD DAYS BEFORE THE BABYLONIAN JOOS CAME TO THE PICTURE!
hi tulay ..long time …..pro palestinians on the right track…we ,are on the right track…promoting justice…not terror like the other misled camps
Jennifer what has happened in Palestine is more than ethnic cleansing and terrorism, it is outright genocide. As a child of the 60’s I protested the Vietnam conflict along with hundreds of thousands of those of my generation. Where is my generation and this present one? Why the silence? Where are the organized street marches? Where is humanity? Too busy shopping and playing with their phones.
I REMEMBER THE CHILDREN -5- ON ANNIVERSARY …
Published on Aug 7, 2015
ON 1st ANNIVERSARY OF ISRAELI’S 2014 GAZA MASSACRE
WE STILL REMEMBER AND WILL NEVER FORGET
part (1) One Hundred Thousand Tons of FreedomThis film consists of several parts , you will not be able to understand the point from it, until you watching all the parts . It consists of five parts .thank you ( part 1 )
part (2) One Hundred Thousand Tons of FreedomThis film consists of several parts , you will not be able to understand the point from it, until you watching all the parts . It consists of five parts .thank you (part 2 )
part (3) One Hundred Thousand Tons of FreedomThis film consists of several parts , you will not be able to understand the point from it, until you watching all the parts . It consists of five parts .thank you.. part (3 )
is hollywood run by Jews? You bet! publication
The Transfer Agreement..Google it and see the hidden truth!
The Rothschild family owns Reuters and the Associated Press, which filters the same news stories that gets distributed to media outlets world wide. Could this be why Hitler is the most vilified man in history? Can you think of anyone else who not only arrested a Rothschild, but seized their bank? Germany started printing its own money, giving its citizens no interest loans, and its economy boomed. The concentration camps in Germany were all run by ZIONISTS, and the Holocaust (means burnt offering) was NOT done by Germans, but perpetrated by ZIONIST against non-Zionist Jews, liquidating their wealth and sending it to the newly forming Rothschild state of Israel…do a Google search for “The Transfer Agreement” to educate yourself on this, since it was never taught to you in any post WW2 school. This is why traditional Jewish Rabbis by the tens of thousands protest Israel daily, never mentioned in the Rothschild controlled media. https://www.createspace.com/5495472
Support for Israel from the American public is slipping
Spare a few moments to read this. The writer, Brad Rothschild, is not a peace activist but an American Jew and a former speechwriter for Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Gad Ya’acobi. In a blog post, also published in the Times of Israel, he describes his journey from believing in “Israel right or wrong” to acknowledging the ugly reality of the Zionist state.
…with Israel and the US increasingly at odds over the prospect of peace with the Palestinians, can Israel still count on the unconditional support of American Jews?
More than 20 years ago I asked myself the same question about where my loyalties lay. It was right after the end of the first Gulf War and then President George Bush Sr was pressuring the Israelis to attend a regional peace conference with the goal of initiating direct negotiations between Israel and its Arab neighbours. Israel’s prime minister at the time, Yitzhak Shamir, was reluctant to attend and I remember thinking for the first time about where I would stand if the United States and Israel found themselves on opposite sides of a dispute.
Of course I supported Israel; it’s the state of the Jews… My support for Israel was unquestioned… Several months later, after graduating college, I moved to Israel to see if it was where I really belonged.
The two years that I spent in Israel proved to be defining ones for me. I lived both on a kibbutz and in Jerusalem; I discovered a love for the Hebrew language and for Hebrew culture. Most importantly, I met all kinds of Israelis – secular and religious, sabras [Israelis born in occupied Palestine] and new immigrants, rightists and left-wingers, Jews and Arabs. I learned the country’s history by talking to the people who lived it on a daily basis. But for the first time, I also was exposed to the realities of Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza and saw how Israel’s domination of the Palestinians was doing grave damage to both sides. The more time I spent there, the more I began to think differently about “my Israel, right or wrong”…
In the years since [Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak] Rabin’s assassination, I have watched, though not in silence, as Israel has become less democratic, more intolerant and noticeably more intransigent in its refusal to relinquish the West Bank and allow for the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside it. I have stood in Tel Aviv’s Levinsky Park and listened to racist lawmakers rail against African “infiltrators”. In Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood I have witnessed Jews attempting to dispossess Palestinians of their homes. And I have listened to Israeli teenagers lecture about how Arabs are “different” than we are and need to be dealt with harshly…
I am not blind to the complex reality of the region and I certainly do not hold Israel solely responsible for the lack of peace, but I am saddened by what I see Israel becoming. In this sadness I am not alone. As an American and as a Jew, my loyalties lie with democracy, pluralism and freedom. I am now and will always be on the side that upholds these values. If American Jews are questioning their support for Israel, perhaps it says something more about Israel than it does about American Jews.
Today, if faced with the same question that I asked myself all those years ago, I doubt that I would come up with the same answer. The fact that Israel exists is no longer sufficient to guarantee my unquestioning loyalty…
How I became a “self-hating Jew”
Published on Aug 11, 2014
Sometimes you have to ask questions.
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David Icke – Rothschild Zionism
Published on Jul 2, 2013
British author and lecturer David Icke has written 20 books and traveled to over 55 countries since 1990. His books reveal how a hidden hand is behind world-changing events like the attacks of 9/11 and the manufactured wars in the Middle East, as part of a mass mind manipulation technique he has dubbed problem-reaction-solution. While being controversial and often heavily ridiculed and attacked, David Icke has driven on with his unrelentless investigation into subject areas that others don’t dare touch. He reveals information that has been kept from a “dumbed down” population and has allowed the establishment to treat them as nothing more than slaves to a sinister hidden agenda.
His books are some of the most comprehensive exposés of the global conspiracy ever written and among them are: And the Truth Shall Set You Free, The Biggest Secret, Remember Who You Are and Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More.
Many have dubbed Icke as the “most controversial speaker” on the planet. They used to laugh at him, but now they come in the thousands to hear him speak all over the world.
Nonetheless, David’s words are designed to inspire all of us to be who we really are, to fling open the door of the mental prison we build for ourselves and to walk into the light of freedom.
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Gaza’s children are being blown to pieces because their parents dare to dream of having a Palestinian passport and freedom of movement. Meanwhile, Jews from anywhere in the world are entitled to an Israeli one.
One of our supporters, outraged by Israel’s actions in Gaza, has decided, in solidarity with the people of Gaza, to burn her Israeli passport opposite Downing Street on Monday 4th August 2014 at 6.30pm.
She will then scatter the ashes there, with the flowers and the names of the dead.
Everyone is welcome to attend in solidarity with her brave decision.
Event listed on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/756352694427741/
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Angered by the immoral and inhumane assault on Gaza, Gen Y is shaking up the conventional view of Mideast politics
It might seem counterintuitive to make the argument that Israel should no longer count on U.S. support for its policies as assuredly it has in the past. After all, hasn’t the Senate just passed not one but now two resolutions by unanimous consent declaring its backing of Israel’s deadly attacks on and invasion of Gaza?
In the first – Resolution 498 – the Senate “reaffirms its support for Israel’s right to defend its citizens and ensure the survival of the State of Israel; condemns the unprovoked rocket fire at Israel; calls on Hamas to immediately cease all rocket and other attacks against Israel; and calls on Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to dissolve the unity governing arrangement with Hamas and condemn the attacks on Israel.” The second — Resolution 526, passed again by unanimous consent on July 29 — restates the Senate’s support for Israel and adds a criticism of a United Nations report on the violence. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said that the U.N. report “was ‘disgusting’ and failed to recognize that Israel is defending itself from attacks started by Hamas, a terrorist organization.”
Yet even with these unambiguous resolutions emanating from the Senate, we find more and more evidence that support for Israel from the American public is slipping. A recent report in the Washington Post noted that “A new Pew Research Center poll is the second in the past week to show a huge generational split on the current conflict in Gaza. While all age groups north of 30 years old clearly blame Hamas more than Israel for the current violence, young adults buck the trend in a big way. Among 18 to 29-year olds, 29 percent blame Israel more for the current wave of violence, while 21 percent blame Hamas.”
Clearly there are a number of possible explanations for this; here are three that come to mind.
First, Americans are used to having Israel and the issue of the Palestinians framed by two heretofore closely intertwined narratives: that of the Holocaust and that of the founding of the state of Israel. The terrible reality of the Holocaust, and the moral and ethical imperative that the world never let such a catastrophe occur again, has obscured the narrative of the gradual dispossession of the Palestinian people that began around the time of the First World War and ended with the expulsion of some 700,000 Palestinians during the Nakba of 1948. The illegal occupation of the West Bank and Gaza after the 1967 war and the continued colonial projects of the settlements are also framed within a narrative of Holocaust prevention, not of colonization and apartheid.
The recent attacks on Jews in Europe have indeed brought the sense that a second Holocaust is on the horizon. A recent article in the Jerusalem Post is titled “We Are Looking at the Beginnings of a Holocaust”:
Calling the rise in anti-Semitic incidents accompanying Israel’s invasion of Gaza an “SOS situation,” Sloutsker warned that if left unchecked, such behavior could lead to another European genocide. “Never before since the Holocaust, have we seen such a situation as today,” he said, referring to the continent-wide demonstrations by pro-Palestinian activists, a number of which have degenerated into violence and many of which have featured racist rhetoric. “We are potentially looking at the beginning of another Holocaust now.”
As much as the world should strongly and unambiguously condemn such acts of anti-Semitism, to focus on a “second Holocaust” is to ignore the actual reason why anti-Semitism has today reared its ugly head again. It is not because of some essential, primordial racism against Jews. It is because of the actions of the state of Israel in staging a brutal, prolonged attack on the Palestinian people that is replete with violations of human rights and international law. That Hamas has also committed attacks on civilians does not erase the fact that Israel’s violence violates basic international humanitarian laws regarding proportionality.
International support for Israel is ebbing because the Holocaust narrative can no longer offer an omnipotent shield against a critique of the second narrative regarding the founding of the state of Israel. Israel is in fact risking losing the narrative war altogether, as more and more of the global public is asking questions that probe into that history, prompted by the evidence of Israeli’s current efforts to continue and expand Israeli power and land, efforts that are now increasingly regarded not as survival tactics but as violent colonial ones. In sum, there is now a widening band of light in between the heretofore seamless merger of the Holocaust and founding narratives, resulting in a weakening of the former in its capacity to act as an alibi for the latter. Again, this is especially important with regard to the U.S., which has been the world’s most generous supporter of Israel. More and more younger Americans, growing up well past the postwar era, find the Holocaust narrative to be less than absolutely and unquestionably a good reason to support the horrible killings in Gaza. And as they learn more, their support will wane further.
Second, the massive attack on Gaza and its obscene civilian death toll is now delivered to a global audience via a variety of media forms that far exceed the mainstream media. Contemporary forms of social media deliver images from Gaza and opinions on the invasion as it takes place. Notwithstanding Netanyahu’s ghoulish assertion that Hamas was opportunistically using “telegenic” corpses to garner sympathy and political points (and one cannot help but ask back “Who created those corpses in the first place?”), we are in a new era wherein “history” is immediately disseminated and debated globally by local testimonials, amateur photojournalists and video reporters, as well as a large number of non-mainstream news agencies. Younger people are open to these modes of narrative, curious to know more, and morally puzzled and deeply concerned, and they in turn become conveyers of opinion and witnessing, as seen in the Tumblr site, TheWorldStandsWithPalestine which documents the demonstrations taking place around the world by means of uploaded photos from the participants themselves.
Therefore the Holocaust narrative is being displaced by the overwhelming number of mutually referencing and mutually reconfirming images, stories, testimonials, critiques, from individuals to U.N. agencies like the United Nations Relief and Works Agency that has openly condemned Israel’s bombing of one of its schools. The Senate’s criticism of the U.N.’s findings on Gaza thus is immediately made questionable by stories like these and many others that create a cognitive dissonance in our minds between the claim of “equal violations” and the actual, not fabricated, figures that give quantitative weight to the visual images of disproportionate Palestinian death and destruction.
Finally, support for Israel is going to wane because unlike before, those who wish to criticize Israel today have already well-established and well-recognized modes of protest available to them. Most important of course is the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, which was established in 2005. This call for solidarity from more than 170 Palestinian civil organizations has been answered by more and more organizations and individuals worldwide. And new groups are springing up all the time. Many exist to express outrage and concern, others offer material support for relief and aid to the Palestinians, and most important, still others urge specific targeted actions such as divestment. The most prominent among these might well be the AVAAZ petition urging divestment from companies complicit with the Israel state; as of today it has gathered 1.6 million signatures. Its statement reads in part:
Our governments have failed — while they have talked peace and passed UN resolutions, they and our companies have continued to aid, trade and invest in the violence. The only way to stop this hellish cycle of Israel confiscating Palestinian lands, daily collective punishment of innocent Palestinian families, Hamas firing rockets, and Israel bombing Gaza is to make the economic cost of this conflict too high to bear.
The fact that more and more younger Americans are increasingly skeptical of supporting Israel’s military efforts is encouraging in the long run. But we should not lose sight of the tremendous humanitarian crisis we are witnessing today. Change might be coming, but for now action is needed.
David Palumbo-Liu is the Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor of comparative literature at Stanford University and the director of the Undergraduate Program in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity. Follow him on Twitter at @palumboliu.