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August 3, 2010
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Samantha   August 6th, 2010 5:49 pm ET

Nothing can show the Zionist control over American media and politics more than the fact that Israel has committed cold-blooded, murderous terrorism and treachery against America without any reprisal. The fact that most Americans are not even aware of Israeli terrorist attacks against us speaks volumes as to the extent of the media control that we are under.

This video exposes the only nation in the Israel- Arab conflict that has committed terrorism against us. That nation is Israel. In the Lavon Affair terrorist attacks Israel was caught red-handed. In the attack on the USS Liberty which was proven to be deliberate terrorism against us by people no less than the U.S. Secretary of State at the time, Dean Rusk, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Thomas Moorer. In the repeated spying against America by Israel, we see no “friend” but an enemy of everyone but their own Zionist agenda. It is illustrated by the Pollard Spy Case which is considered the most damaging spying done to America in our nation’s history. Yet, still our government sends billions of our tax dollars to Israel.

earle,florida   August 6th, 2010 8:24 pm ET

Something big must be coming,...?

Shimon Cleopas   August 6th, 2010 10:29 pm ET

1.The most-awaited breakfast of the third millennium will be served very soon courtesy of the small boy with Five Loaves and Two Big Fish.

2.That breakfast will be served right on living rooms via satellite receivers, internet browsers, PCs, LapTops and/or BlackBerries.

3.Regards. twitter.com/Shimon Cleopas

Wilson   August 6th, 2010 11:04 pm ET

The Palestinians in Gaza, 1.1 million of them, most of whom lack the means to leave, live in a 147-square-mile area. Twenty percent of that territory belongs to the sixteen Jewish settlements, home to about 6,000 Jewish settlers. In other words, one fifth of Gaza is in the hands of .5 percent of the people who live there.

It is still. The camp waits, as if holding its breath. And then, out of the dry furnace air, a disembodied voice crackles over a loudspeaker. ‘Come on, dogs,’ the voice booms in Arabic. ‘Where are all the dogs of Khan Younis? Come! Come!’ … The boys dart in small packs up the sloping dunes to the electric fence that separates the camp from the Jewish settlement. They lob rocks toward two armored jeeps parked on top of the dune and mounted with loudspeakers. Three ambulances line the road below the dunes in anticipation of what is to come. A percussion grenade explodes. The boys, most no more than ten or eleven years old, scatter, running clumsily across the heavy sand. They descend out of sight behind a sandbank in front of me. There are no sounds of gunfire. The soldiers shoot with silencers. The bullets from the M-16 rifles tumble end over end through the children’s slight bodies. Later, in the hospital, I will see the destruction: the stomachs ripped out, the gaping holes in limbs and torsos

Ruth   August 6th, 2010 11:24 pm ET

I stand in support of Turkey and the Turkish people for their outstanding bravery and their heroic decisions in sending aid ships to Gaza. They are to be respected for that. Moreover, all the free people of Europe, USA, and the rest of the world are to be respected and praised for standing for what’s just and right.

Down with Zionism

Maik   August 6th, 2010 11:27 pm ET

I’m an American and I just don’t understand why my government insists on standing up for Israel. My government sends the Israelis millions of our tax dollars every day! Why?! The US gets no benefits from Israel! If anything, Israel causes the US more problems with Arab countries. I’m not anti-Jew nor pro-Jew. I could not care less about Israel’s religious practices. Their government, on the other hand, I would like to see wiped from the face of the earth!

Zolta   August 6th, 2010 11:29 pm ET

What is WRONG with us? When are we going to become independent of Israel?

How has such a puny, insignificant excuse of a country with an addiction for atrocities managed to hijack our foreign policy? When are we going to grow a pair? This parasite—and make no mistake of it, Israel is America’s tapeworm—habitually spies on us, has killed Americans, siphons billions of dollars from us, spits in our faces, has attacked our navy (remember the USS Liberty?) and its admirers keep harping that Israel is our friend. It wouldn’t last two minutes without sucking us dry.

And the worst part are all the traitors in this country that would put that country’s benefit over ours; no matter what atrocities the Israelis commit, they find some justification for those atrocities—usually by blaming the victims. Or, when all else fails, they bring forth their precious Holocaust.

I’m sick of it, and I’m ashamed of it. If you have any doubts that Israel controls our country, either directly, or indirectly, I challenge you to find a magazine article, a newspaper article, a TV news item or a Hollywood film that condemns Israel, or takes a compassionate view of the Palestinian victims.

Mary   August 6th, 2010 11:32 pm ET

We should boycott Israeli productcs and products from companies that supported israel. List of these companies is on these site:
http://www.inminds.co.uk/boycott-israel.html

miriam   August 8th, 2010 11:45 am ET

Mary,

So we won't see any more of your posts here I guess, and if all your fellow bigots who have posted comments above listen to your advice, we won't here from them either.

No more computers, cell-phones, sms, google searching etc etc.

Perhaps then this blog will see some rational discussion rather than pure hate and anti-Israel propaganda.

Yusil   August 9th, 2010 7:03 am ET

A major boycott of Israeli products and products from companies that support Israel will work, to stop this mad regime! It worked against South Africa.
As for censorship, the State of Israel has one of the World’s most restrictive censorship regimes in place. UAE has a lot of catching up to do.

miriam   August 10th, 2010 11:51 am ET

Yusil,

You've already shown your hypocrisy by posting your comment, never mind the the disinformation included in it!

Yusil   August 11th, 2010 6:52 am ET

miriam
Everything in Israel is censored by the Military! Where is the disinformation?
In April of 2010, Anat Kamm, a Israeli journalist has been under house arrest in Tel Aviv for allegedly stealing and leaking secret Israeli defence ministry documents to a journalist from Ha'aretz. An Israeli court has ordered the Israeli media not to publish or broadcast a word about Kamm, the allegations against her, or the investigation that has led Blau, the Ha'aretz reporter involved, to flee to London.
On 11 January 2009, the English-language website of Israel's Ha’aretz newspaper published an article by Amira Hass, entitled "Gaza residents: IDF troops posing as Hamas men." The article was removed from the website hours after publication. Ha’aretz identified the reason for its removal as to that "the IDF censor had not cleared it for publication."
News censorship is the responsibility of the Israeli Military Censor. Laws on censorship in Israel are based on British emergency regulations from 1945 that apply to domestic media, foreign newspapers and wire service transmissions from or through Israel. The IDF Directorate of Military Intelligence, as part of its duty, has authority to suppress information it deems compromising from being made public in the media.
So much for the only Democracy in the ME. This is more like Iran, China and Korea.

miriam   August 12th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

Yusil,

Do you think that Israel is the only country in the world where reports about military operations have to cleared before publication?

Almost every country has such controls!
Why single out Israel?

However, in Israel, there is plenty of military coverage and open debate that is not censored.
And as for other news, there can hardly be any restrictions since all angles of any issue are thrashed out in heated debate.
Unlike the UAE where the media is unable to criticize the government or the financial system and I dare say its military as well.

Why are you still defying the boycott you support?

Yusil   August 14th, 2010 7:19 am ET

miriam

Lame answer! You seem to be running out of material.


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