Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Bibi's Peace Plan

Bibi has a simple problem.  He started a slaughter and he didn't achieve anything from it.  Jews around the world are positively ecstatic at the mass murder and destruction, but Bibi's failure will hit home if negotiations give any benefits to Hamas or the people of Gaza.  Any agreement that Hamas would accept won't be acceptable to either Bibi's cabinet - from whom Bibi attempted to hide the extent of the concessions! - or the Israeli Jews.

The end of the truce was blamed on Hamas by Israel, citing a resumption of rocket attacks.  Suspicious.  Israel always breaks any truce first, Hamas denies breaking the truce (and what motive would it have?), and the usual siren procedure to warn of rockets in Israel seems to have been manipulated:
"As the terrorists renewed their attacks, a troubling pattern was observed in the rocket warning sirens.
In the first round of three rockets on Be'er Sheva no sirens were sounded ahead of the strikes. Shortly afterwards sirens were sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council area, only for the IDF to clarify that the sirens were a false alarm."
So what was Bibi's peace plan? Get a big 'win' he could bring back to his cabinet and the Israeli people. Once he had his 'win', he could proclaim the entire operation a success, and get an agreement with Hamas. The 'win' out of the latest round of Israeli mass murder was to be the targeted assassination of Hamas military chief Mohammed Deif, but the Jews just managed to slaughter his wife and daughter.  Does Bibi have a Plan B?

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Rope-a-dope

The Palestinians are in the interesting position that they can force the Jews to keep killing them, at ruinous but difficult-to-define expense to World Jewry, all because Bibi can't take the political hit of admitting he lost by agreeing to the minimal acceptable terms to Hamas.  Jews in Israel and elsewhere are further up shit creek with each successive round of the unforgivable mass slaughter, and Bibi lacks a paddle.  How long until the mass shunning?

To whom the promise was made

Comment by lysias to a Mondoweiss posting:
"Why do Jews who think Palestine was promised to them by God not think that Muslims are included among those to whom the land was promised? After all, Muslims believe in one God, they practise circumcision, they observe (or are at least supposed to observe) dietary laws, they have a complicated religious legal code to follow, they honor the prophets, they believe the Hebrew Bible is divine revelation. There are good grounds for believing that the Palestinians, at any rate, are descended from the ancient Hebrews. What is there about them that means they are not recipients of the promise?"
Also, the promise was certainly not made to the Khazars who have always been the ringleaders of Zionism.  Zionists don't even attempt to deal with these contradictions in their crazed justifications for mass murder and land theft, because they can't.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Typo

Despite the rhetoric, it is Turkish business as usual:  "Trade with Israel in full swing, hits $5 bln"

I think it is both great and instructive that you only hear the term miscegenation these days in connection with Jews.  "Israeli court allows protesters to picket Palestinian-Jewish wedding".  Tweet (David Sheen):
"Sign: "assimilation" (modern code word for so-called mixed-race relationships) is a holocaust for the Jewish people"
Tweet (David Sheen):
"Jewish Supremacists now chant "We hate all the Arabs!" & "May your villages be burned!" at "mixed marriage" protest"
"How High Up Did the Madoff Fraud Go at JPMorgan?"

Tweet (Ahmed):
" port was part of Oslo 1993 and Sharm 1999 agreements. Date to start working on it was decided,but never started "

Rita Andolini:
"#‎gazaunderattack‬ How is it that, 2 days before the war started, Israel changed the nautical fishing miles from 6 to 3 ...and now in the negotiations they are offering 6 with a view for gradual expansion...strategic games...."
Tweet (Mark Jackson):
" Hannibal is used because IOF soldiers aren't trusted to obey existing orders to use last grenade on themselves."
The Guardian bizarrely called Assange an 'anti-privacy campaigner', which caused a bit of a stir.  Tweet (Bernard Keene):
"so can show us the evidence for her claim that Julian Assange is an "anti-privacy campaigner"?"

The Guardian is now calling it, if you can believe it (!!!), a 'typo': tweet (esther addley):
" it's a typo I'm afraid. Have apologised and we're correcting now"
Tweet (WikiLeaks):
"The liberal privacy illusion: Guardian festoons users with 199 cookies to read a single article. WikiLeaks? Zero. "

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Hard-pressed

"One would be hard-pressed to find an Israeli who does not sympathize with the suffering of Gaza’s victims." Natan Sharansky

"Rabbi slams ‘militarization’ in St. Louis but when it comes to Gaza– the press ‘loves underdog and suffering’" 

Tweet (Ⓐhmad):
"I found 's media comments on the Zionist left protest sums up tweets. "Israelis protest Netanyaho failure in ""

Tweet (Budour Hassan):
"In yesterday's "peace rally" in Tel Aviv, organised by Meretz, Hadash & Peace Now, a song was dedicated to Israeli soldiers who bombed "
Tweet (Solidarity Gaza):
"Dear Lord Zionist Rothchild Yes I will give you With Love His Majesty's Government "
Tweet (F.):
"If today's NYT editors were in charge in 1943."

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Dahlan

Tweet (Jamil Dakwar):
"Ugly smear campaign launched against UN Commission and its chair Professor William Schabas. cc: "
"Report: U.S. airstrikes carried out as part of Iraqi effort to retake Mosul Dam"  I wonder if they will give each soldier who participates in this valiant campaign a photo of themselves with a medal photoshopped on their chest.

"A couple of short pointers about the situation in the eastern Ukraine"  The bizarre 'Russian invasion' story - backed up by 'legitimate' 'journalists' - which could have started WWIII, and a consideration that the Ukrainian army, despite committing massive war crimes against civilians, isn't doing as well against Novorussia as has been feared.

"Did Ukraine Attack Its Own Tanks? White House "Can't Confirm Russian Convoy Was Destroyed By Kiev""

Polite push-back against the obscene Rudoren whitewashing of the crimes of World Jewry:  "Human Rights Group Hits 'NYT' Bias"

Tweet (WikiLeaks):
"Warning: etc are fronts started by a confirmed FBI informer. They are not endorsed."


"The UAE's shadowy dealings in Serbia"(my emphasis in red):
"Over the past two years the UAE has invested billions of dollars in Serbia.

The Emirati leadership has agreed lucrative deals to develop the Serbian arms industry; bought a significant stake in its national airline; and handed out multibillion dollar loans to the government.

The reasons for UAE investment in Serbia are shrouded in secrecy, although Serbian sources have revealed to MEE that they go far beyond any potential financial rewards.

The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan has been accused of acting as a proxy for the US and Israel in Eastern Europe while also attempting to exploit a loosely regulated Serbian arms market to distribute weapons across the Middle East.

Behind the huge investment lies the shadowy figure of exiled Palestinian strongman Mohammed Dahlan. He is said to be at the centre of a web facilitating communication between the UAE with American and Israeli intelligence figures while also aiding corrupt Emirati investments in Serbia that have lined the pockets of their political leaders."
and:
"Aleksandar Vucic was elected as prime minister of Serbia in April this year. He was previously known for his vitriolic hatred of Muslims, in 1995 he is reported as having said that Serbia “would kill 100 Muslims for every Serb who died” during the civil war.

Vucic now enjoys what he described as a “close personal friendship” with Sheikh Mohammed of Abu Dhabi.

This friendship and subsequent heavy UAE investment in Serbia was only possible because of one man: Mohammed Dahlan.

Dahlan, the former Palestinian spy chief in Gaza, has been living in exile in the UAE since he was chased out of the West Bank in June 2011. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has accused him of financial embezzlement and acting as an Israeli agent involved in assassination attempts on the late Yasser Arafat.

He is now widely reported as serving as a security advisor to Sheikh Mohammed in Abu Dhabi.

Dahlan was the linchpin in improving ties between Serbia and the UAE in 2012, after relations had soured four years earlier when the Emiratis became the first Arab country to recognise Kosovo as an independent and legitimate state.

Dahlan’s mediation role hinged on his own interests in Eastern Europe, which centre on Montenegro. He was given Montenegrin citizenship in 2012, despite what Serbian analyst Pekic describes as “a very restrictive policy” that does not allow double citizenship.

Montenegrin officials have not disclosed why they gave Dahlan citizenship, but MEE’s Serbian source has suggested it could be to do with his lucrative business dealings in Montenegro, claiming “there is strong evidence Dahlan has used Montenegro to launder Palestinian money he has embezzled”.

Dahlan has numerous companies registered in Montenegro including the Levant International Incorporation, which is registered for consulting and management, and Manarah Holding, established for developing real estate projects.

There are no publicly available details about the financial dealings of these companies, although The Richest website, which calculates the wealth of public figures, has estimated Dahlan’s net worth to be in the region of $120mn.

Mohammad Rashid seems to be Dahlan’s key partner in Montenegro, appearing on the business registry of at least four of his companies. Rashid is a Kurd from Iraq who was formerly an economic advisor to Yasser Arafat.

Rashid has several companies registered in Montenegro and has received loans amounting to 13 million euros from the Djukanovic brothers, one of who, Milo, is the Montenegrin prime minister.

One of his companies, Monte Mena Investments, is also registered in Panama where his partner, according to a Serbian source, is Egyptian billionaire Samih Sawiris. In 2011 Sawiris obtained Montenegrin citizenship and is reported to be planning a billion euro investment in Montenegro’s Lustica peninsula.

Dahlan is said to have used his Montenegrin connections to facilitate a visit by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic to the UAE last year. Serbian Prime Minister Vucic later referred to that visit as being key to improving his own previously sour relations with Montenegro when he said: “we were very pleased when Djukanovic said a few nice words about Serbia in his talks with UAE officials. He was decent enough to advise them to invest in Serbia’s defence industry.”

That advice is what led to the UAE investments in Serbia’s weapons industry in recent months.

In April 2013 the Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic – a key Vucic ally in Serbia – awarded Dahlan with the Medal of the Serbian Flag “for his contribution to peaceful cooperation and friendly relations between Serbia and the UAE”.

Dahlan could also be called upon to give advice on the arms trade as he himself is said to have experience of covertly working within it. He is accused by the Palestinian Fatah Party of being involved in shipping Israeli made arms to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. He has connections to Libya, as revealed by a WikiLeaks cable from 2010 that detailed a meeting he held in Spain with Gaddafi’s son Saif.

As well as aiding the UAE’s investments in Serbian arms, Dahlan could also be playing a key role in the alleged Emirati goal of fulfilling American and Israeli interests in Eastern Europe. A Serbian intelligence source, who asked to remain anonymous, told MEE that Dahlan has a “warm relationship” with former CIA Director George Tenet and “ties” to Amnon Shahak from the Israeli army and Yaakov Perry from Mossad.

The source said that Dahlan has connections to exposed Israeli agents in Eastern Europe too, through the Palestinian Adnan Yasin who is currently living in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo. Yasin is a former employee of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation who was arrested in Tunisia in 1993 after French security agencies “expressed concern at his activities”.

Yasin is reported as having confessed to working for Mossad in 1991
."
Aleksandar Vucic was elected as prime minister of Serbia in April this year. He was previously known for his vitriolic hatred of Muslims, in 1995 he is reported as having said that Serbia “would kill 100 Muslims for every Serb who died” during the civil war.
Vucic now enjoys what he described as a “close personal friendship” with Sheikh Mohammed of Abu Dhabi.
This friendship and subsequent heavy UAE investment in Serbia was only possible because of one man: Mohammed Dahlan.
Dahlan, the former Palestinian spy chief in Gaza, has been living in exile in the UAE since he was chased out of the West Bank in June 2011. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has accused him of financial embezzlement and acting as an Israeli agent involved in assassination attempts on the late Yasser Arafat.
He is now widely reported as serving as a security advisor to Sheikh Mohammed in Abu Dhabi.
Dahlan was the linchpin in improving ties between Serbia and the UAE in 2012, after relations had soured four years earlier when the Emiratis became the first Arab country to recognise Kosovo as an independent and legitimate state.
Dahlan’s mediation role hinged on his own interests in Eastern Europe, which centre on Montenegro. He was given Montenegrin citizenship in 2012, despite what Serbian analyst Pekic describes as “a very restrictive policy” that does not allow double citizenship.
Montenegrin officials have not disclosed why they gave Dahlan citizenship, but MEE’s Serbian source has suggested it could be to do with his lucrative business dealings in Montenegro, claiming “there is strong evidence Dahlan has used Montenegro to launder Palestinian money he has embezzled”.
Dahlan has numerous companies registered in Montenegro including the Levant International Incorporation, which is registered for consulting and management, and Manarah Holding, established for developing real estate projects.
There are no publicly available details about the financial dealings of these companies, although The Richest website, which calculates the wealth of public figures, has estimated Dahlan’s net worth to be in the region of $120mn.
Mohammad Rashid seems to be Dahlan’s key partner in Montenegro, appearing on the business registry of at least four of his companies. Rashid is a Kurd from Iraq who was formerly an economic advisor to Yasser Arafat.
Rashid has several companies registered in Montenegro and has received loans amounting to 13 million euros from the Djukanovic brothers, one of who, Milo, is the Montenegrin prime minister.
One of his companies, Monte Mena Investments, is also registered in Panama where his partner, according to a Serbian source, is Egyptian billionaire Samih Sawiris. In 2011 Sawiris obtained Montenegrin citizenship and is reported to be planning a billion euro investment in Montenegro’s Lustica peninsula.
Dahlan is said to have used his Montenegrin connections to facilitate a visit by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic to the UAE last year. Serbian Prime Minister Vucic later referred to that visit as being key to improving his own previously sour relations with Montenegro when he said: “we were very pleased when Djukanovic said a few nice words about Serbia in his talks with UAE officials. He was decent enough to advise them to invest in Serbia’s defence industry.”
That advice is what led to the UAE investments in Serbia’s weapons industry in recent months.
In April 2013 the Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic – a key Vucic ally in Serbia – awarded Dahlan with the Medal of the Serbian Flag “for his contribution to peaceful cooperation and friendly relations between Serbia and the UAE”.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić decorates Mohammed Dahlan (Tanjug News Agency)
Dahlan could also be called upon to give advice on the arms trade as he himself is said to have experience of covertly working within it. He is accused by the Palestinian Fatah Party of being involved in shipping Israeli made arms to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. He has connections to Libya, as revealed by a WikiLeaks cable from 2010 that detailed a meeting he held in Spain with Gaddafi’s son Saif.
As well as aiding the UAE’s investments in Serbian arms, Dahlan could also be playing a key role in the alleged Emirati goal of fulfilling American and Israeli interests in Eastern Europe. A Serbian intelligence source, who asked to remain anonymous, told MEE that Dahlan has a “warm relationship” with former CIA Director George Tenet and “ties” to Amnon Shahak from the Israeli army and Yaakov Perry from Mossad.
The source said that Dahlan has connections to exposed Israeli agents in Eastern Europe too, through the Palestinian Adnan Yasin who is currently living in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo. Yasin is a former employee of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation who was arrested in Tunisia in 1993 after French security agencies “expressed concern at his activities”.
Yasin is reported as having confessed to working for Mossad in 1991.
The UAE itself has direct dealings with Israel, according to the Intelligence Online website. A report in 2012 stated that “trade between the two countries, principally in the area of security, amounted to nearly $300mn last year [2011].”
While Israel does not have an official presence in the Gulf it recently opened a “virtual embassy” on Twitter, in order to promote “dialogue with the people of the GCC region”.
Gulf monarchs are particularly sensitive to being publicly linked with Israel. Last month Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the UK released a statement refuting claims his country, along with Egypt, were coordinating with Israel over a deadly assault on Gaza that has left nearly 2,000 Palestinians dead.
News of the UAE’s shadowy dealings in Serbia and the key role played by Mohammed Dahlan will do little to help the Gulf States in their struggle to keep dealings with Israel a secret.
As for the powerful Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed he has described his relationship with Serbia in ambiguous terms. He has praised the “honesty of Serbian friends” and stated: “We [the UAE] believe in Serbia, we believe in our friendship.”
Due to the secretive nature of the UAE’s bilateral agreement with Serbia it is impossible to say with certainty what the goals of this relationship are. It is clear, however, that for some analysts at least, there is far more than meets the eye when it comes to the Emiratis newfound love affair with Eastern Europe.
- See more at: http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/uaes-shadowy-dealings-serbia-44700108#sthash.1hUFec35.dpuf
Aleksandar Vucic was elected as prime minister of Serbia in April this year. He was previously known for his vitriolic hatred of Muslims, in 1995 he is reported as having said that Serbia “would kill 100 Muslims for every Serb who died” during the civil war.
Vucic now enjoys what he described as a “close personal friendship” with Sheikh Mohammed of Abu Dhabi.
This friendship and subsequent heavy UAE investment in Serbia was only possible because of one man: Mohammed Dahlan.
Dahlan, the former Palestinian spy chief in Gaza, has been living in exile in the UAE since he was chased out of the West Bank in June 2011. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has accused him of financial embezzlement and acting as an Israeli agent involved in assassination attempts on the late Yasser Arafat.
He is now widely reported as serving as a security advisor to Sheikh Mohammed in Abu Dhabi.
Dahlan was the linchpin in improving ties between Serbia and the UAE in 2012, after relations had soured four years earlier when the Emiratis became the first Arab country to recognise Kosovo as an independent and legitimate state.
Dahlan’s mediation role hinged on his own interests in Eastern Europe, which centre on Montenegro. He was given Montenegrin citizenship in 2012, despite what Serbian analyst Pekic describes as “a very restrictive policy” that does not allow double citizenship.
Montenegrin officials have not disclosed why they gave Dahlan citizenship, but MEE’s Serbian source has suggested it could be to do with his lucrative business dealings in Montenegro, claiming “there is strong evidence Dahlan has used Montenegro to launder Palestinian money he has embezzled”.
Dahlan has numerous companies registered in Montenegro including the Levant International Incorporation, which is registered for consulting and management, and Manarah Holding, established for developing real estate projects.
There are no publicly available details about the financial dealings of these companies, although The Richest website, which calculates the wealth of public figures, has estimated Dahlan’s net worth to be in the region of $120mn.
Mohammad Rashid seems to be Dahlan’s key partner in Montenegro, appearing on the business registry of at least four of his companies. Rashid is a Kurd from Iraq who was formerly an economic advisor to Yasser Arafat.
Rashid has several companies registered in Montenegro and has received loans amounting to 13 million euros from the Djukanovic brothers, one of who, Milo, is the Montenegrin prime minister.
One of his companies, Monte Mena Investments, is also registered in Panama where his partner, according to a Serbian source, is Egyptian billionaire Samih Sawiris. In 2011 Sawiris obtained Montenegrin citizenship and is reported to be planning a billion euro investment in Montenegro’s Lustica peninsula.
Dahlan is said to have used his Montenegrin connections to facilitate a visit by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic to the UAE last year. Serbian Prime Minister Vucic later referred to that visit as being key to improving his own previously sour relations with Montenegro when he said: “we were very pleased when Djukanovic said a few nice words about Serbia in his talks with UAE officials. He was decent enough to advise them to invest in Serbia’s defence industry.”
That advice is what led to the UAE investments in Serbia’s weapons industry in recent months.
In April 2013 the Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic – a key Vucic ally in Serbia – awarded Dahlan with the Medal of the Serbian Flag “for his contribution to peaceful cooperation and friendly relations between Serbia and the UAE”.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić decorates Mohammed Dahlan (Tanjug News Agency)
Dahlan could also be called upon to give advice on the arms trade as he himself is said to have experience of covertly working within it. He is accused by the Palestinian Fatah Party of being involved in shipping Israeli made arms to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. He has connections to Libya, as revealed by a WikiLeaks cable from 2010 that detailed a meeting he held in Spain with Gaddafi’s son Saif.
As well as aiding the UAE’s investments in Serbian arms, Dahlan could also be playing a key role in the alleged Emirati goal of fulfilling American and Israeli interests in Eastern Europe. A Serbian intelligence source, who asked to remain anonymous, told MEE that Dahlan has a “warm relationship” with former CIA Director George Tenet and “ties” to Amnon Shahak from the Israeli army and Yaakov Perry from Mossad.
The source said that Dahlan has connections to exposed Israeli agents in Eastern Europe too, through the Palestinian Adnan Yasin who is currently living in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo. Yasin is a former employee of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation who was arrested in Tunisia in 1993 after French security agencies “expressed concern at his activities”.
Yasin is reported as having confessed to working for Mossad in 1991.
The UAE itself has direct dealings with Israel, according to the Intelligence Online website. A report in 2012 stated that “trade between the two countries, principally in the area of security, amounted to nearly $300mn last year [2011].”
While Israel does not have an official presence in the Gulf it recently opened a “virtual embassy” on Twitter, in order to promote “dialogue with the people of the GCC region”.
Gulf monarchs are particularly sensitive to being publicly linked with Israel. Last month Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the UK released a statement refuting claims his country, along with Egypt, were coordinating with Israel over a deadly assault on Gaza that has left nearly 2,000 Palestinians dead.
News of the UAE’s shadowy dealings in Serbia and the key role played by Mohammed Dahlan will do little to help the Gulf States in their struggle to keep dealings with Israel a secret.
As for the powerful Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed he has described his relationship with Serbia in ambiguous terms. He has praised the “honesty of Serbian friends” and stated: “We [the UAE] believe in Serbia, we believe in our friendship.”
Due to the secretive nature of the UAE’s bilateral agreement with Serbia it is impossible to say with certainty what the goals of this relationship are. It is clear, however, that for some analysts at least, there is far more than meets the eye when it comes to the Emiratis newfound love affair with Eastern Europe.
- See more at: http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/uaes-shadowy-dealings-serbia-44700108#sthash.1hUFec35.dpuf
Aleksandar Vucic was elected as prime minister of Serbia in April this year. He was previously known for his vitriolic hatred of Muslims, in 1995 he is reported as having said that Serbia “would kill 100 Muslims for every Serb who died” during the civil war.
Vucic now enjoys what he described as a “close personal friendship” with Sheikh Mohammed of Abu Dhabi.
This friendship and subsequent heavy UAE investment in Serbia was only possible because of one man: Mohammed Dahlan.
Dahlan, the former Palestinian spy chief in Gaza, has been living in exile in the UAE since he was chased out of the West Bank in June 2011. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has accused him of financial embezzlement and acting as an Israeli agent involved in assassination attempts on the late Yasser Arafat.
He is now widely reported as serving as a security advisor to Sheikh Mohammed in Abu Dhabi.
Dahlan was the linchpin in improving ties between Serbia and the UAE in 2012, after relations had soured four years earlier when the Emiratis became the first Arab country to recognise Kosovo as an independent and legitimate state.
Dahlan’s mediation role hinged on his own interests in Eastern Europe, which centre on Montenegro. He was given Montenegrin citizenship in 2012, despite what Serbian analyst Pekic describes as “a very restrictive policy” that does not allow double citizenship.
Montenegrin officials have not disclosed why they gave Dahlan citizenship, but MEE’s Serbian source has suggested it could be to do with his lucrative business dealings in Montenegro, claiming “there is strong evidence Dahlan has used Montenegro to launder Palestinian money he has embezzled”.
Dahlan has numerous companies registered in Montenegro including the Levant International Incorporation, which is registered for consulting and management, and Manarah Holding, established for developing real estate projects.
There are no publicly available details about the financial dealings of these companies, although The Richest website, which calculates the wealth of public figures, has estimated Dahlan’s net worth to be in the region of $120mn.
Mohammad Rashid seems to be Dahlan’s key partner in Montenegro, appearing on the business registry of at least four of his companies. Rashid is a Kurd from Iraq who was formerly an economic advisor to Yasser Arafat.
Rashid has several companies registered in Montenegro and has received loans amounting to 13 million euros from the Djukanovic brothers, one of who, Milo, is the Montenegrin prime minister.
One of his companies, Monte Mena Investments, is also registered in Panama where his partner, according to a Serbian source, is Egyptian billionaire Samih Sawiris. In 2011 Sawiris obtained Montenegrin citizenship and is reported to be planning a billion euro investment in Montenegro’s Lustica peninsula.
Dahlan is said to have used his Montenegrin connections to facilitate a visit by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic to the UAE last year. Serbian Prime Minister Vucic later referred to that visit as being key to improving his own previously sour relations with Montenegro when he said: “we were very pleased when Djukanovic said a few nice words about Serbia in his talks with UAE officials. He was decent enough to advise them to invest in Serbia’s defence industry.”
That advice is what led to the UAE investments in Serbia’s weapons industry in recent months.
In April 2013 the Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic – a key Vucic ally in Serbia – awarded Dahlan with the Medal of the Serbian Flag “for his contribution to peaceful cooperation and friendly relations between Serbia and the UAE”.
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić decorates Mohammed Dahlan (Tanjug News Agency)
Dahlan could also be called upon to give advice on the arms trade as he himself is said to have experience of covertly working within it. He is accused by the Palestinian Fatah Party of being involved in shipping Israeli made arms to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. He has connections to Libya, as revealed by a WikiLeaks cable from 2010 that detailed a meeting he held in Spain with Gaddafi’s son Saif.
As well as aiding the UAE’s investments in Serbian arms, Dahlan could also be playing a key role in the alleged Emirati goal of fulfilling American and Israeli interests in Eastern Europe. A Serbian intelligence source, who asked to remain anonymous, told MEE that Dahlan has a “warm relationship” with former CIA Director George Tenet and “ties” to Amnon Shahak from the Israeli army and Yaakov Perry from Mossad.
The source said that Dahlan has connections to exposed Israeli agents in Eastern Europe too, through the Palestinian Adnan Yasin who is currently living in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo. Yasin is a former employee of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation who was arrested in Tunisia in 1993 after French security agencies “expressed concern at his activities”.
Yasin is reported as having confessed to working for Mossad in 1991.
The UAE itself has direct dealings with Israel, according to the Intelligence Online website. A report in 2012 stated that “trade between the two countries, principally in the area of security, amounted to nearly $300mn last year [2011].”
While Israel does not have an official presence in the Gulf it recently opened a “virtual embassy” on Twitter, in order to promote “dialogue with the people of the GCC region”.
Gulf monarchs are particularly sensitive to being publicly linked with Israel. Last month Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the UK released a statement refuting claims his country, along with Egypt, were coordinating with Israel over a deadly assault on Gaza that has left nearly 2,000 Palestinians dead.
News of the UAE’s shadowy dealings in Serbia and the key role played by Mohammed Dahlan will do little to help the Gulf States in their struggle to keep dealings with Israel a secret.
As for the powerful Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed he has described his relationship with Serbia in ambiguous terms. He has praised the “honesty of Serbian friends” and stated: “We [the UAE] believe in Serbia, we believe in our friendship.”
Due to the secretive nature of the UAE’s bilateral agreement with Serbia it is impossible to say with certainty what the goals of this relationship are. It is clear, however, that for some analysts at least, there is far more than meets the eye when it comes to the Emiratis newfound love affair with Eastern Europe.
- See more at: http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/uaes-shadowy-dealings-serbia-44700108#sthash.1hUFec35.dpuf"

Friday, August 15, 2014

A false-flag attack on Anonymous?

Anonymous appears to have released the wrong name for the police shooter in Ferguson.  "How Anonymous got it right and wrong in Ferguson" by Andrea Peterson:
"Twitter postings from another self-identified member of Anonymous appear to confirm that there was an internal dispute about the veracity of the name before one self-identified member of the group released it on Twitter.

Coleman has a few theories: One is that popular attention to Ferguson has attracted new activists to the group -- not all of whom may know about the potential pitfalls of using IRC for sensitive communications.

Another, perhaps more concerning  theory is that this may be a so-called "false flag" operation, she says. That's when government agents or others who oppose the group plant erroneous information or urge members to move forward without the full picture to hurt the groups' credibility, she says.

While Coleman admits she has no evidence for this latter theory, she argues it's well within the realm of possibility. Government agents or moles have been known to infiltrate activist groups and allegedly encourage the worst of their behavior in the past, after all. (See: COINTELPRO)

According to Coleman, some on the IRC channel raised concerns that the push to release a name this morning may have been a false flag. And, she says, it's not the first time members of the collective have suspected as much: In Operation BART, a project responding to fatal shootings by officers associated with the San Francisco transit system, some within the group believed a hacker attacked and leaked customer data from Web sites associated with the transit system in order to discredit the group.

"In the end there was actually very little evidence that it was a false flag, and the person who did it wrote this justification about why she went and did it. She claimed to be a 13-year-old French hacker who was hacking for the first time, which I don’t think is quite true," Coleman says. "But ever since then, many different operations that are controversial will spur Anonymous to ask that question -- understandably.""

At least we'll feel good about ourselves

You know what's going to happen, right?  Hamas will be paid off for taking a bad deal.  Israel will promise to allow more construction materials in, and more food, etc, and then will renege, as always.  Nobody is ever in a position to force Israel to live up to its promises (much of what we're talking about are broken Israeli promises from Oslo!).  Prisoners will be released who will all be re-arrested in the next year.  There will be a postponement of discussion of the port/airport, but the negotiations will never happen.  Abbas will agree to drop all legal proceedings against Israel and its leaders.  The enthusiasm for BDS will continue for a while, but will wane, just as World Jewry intends and counts on.  Then:
"Some of the numbers published reveal what many in the IDF already knew, and one senior officer echoed on Thursday: 'It was basically a preview of what will happen in the next war with Lebanon, where we will have 80 Shuja'ias and a significant hit on the economy.'"
A year or so later, and Gaza will receive its next slaughter.

There is only one way to stop this relentless destruction by World Jewry (not only of the Palestinians, of course, but of international law itself, and the many countries completely wrecked by Wars For The Jews, not to mention the complete collapse of societal standards inspired and directed by World Jewry), but nobody wants to be called an 'anti-Semite', so we will just allow it to continue until we are all ruined by it.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

One War, Everywhere

An impolite person might very well describe this as a story of a military coup d'état in the United States:  "Former Israeli envoy to US: 'Impossible' for Israel to go around White House for arms". 

Same war:  Gaza/Ferguson.  "St. Louis County Police Chief Timothy Fitch to Study Counter-Terrorism in IsraelTweet (Julius Young):
" People in are tweeting information on how to handle tear gas to the citizens of ."
Of course, the reason American police are paramilitized is because of the GWOT, a gift to us all from World Jewry.

"Rescue mission for Yazidis on Iraq’s Mount Sinjar appears unnecessary, Pentagon says"  Remember all the extremely detailed stories about the sufferings and deprivations of the Yazidis?  They fucking made it all up!  Now that the lies have served their purpose, we get the new story, with no apology or even reference to the fact that yet another War For The Jews has been started based on lies.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Lord of Hosts

""We burned this boy alive and then we got depressed": that Israeli anguish factor"  Golda, of course!

"Univ. of Illinois faces growing boycott over firing of Palestinian American professor"  World Jewry is in a panic, and its traditional efforts at thought control are backfiring.  Note that the protest proposal is to shun the university.

"120 American Charter Schools and One Secretive Turkish Cleric"  Gülen.

"Calling Canada’s bluff on helping Gaza’s child victims"  The root of this, of course, is the Canadian Jewish billionaires - the ones who instruct Harper on what to do - being graceless bad losers.

"The One Question About Ebola That Nobody Can Seem To Answer":
"How in the world is it possible that more than 170 health workers have been infected by the Ebola virus?  That is the one question about Ebola that nobody can seem to answer.  The World Health Organization is reporting this as a fact, but no explanation is given as to why this is happening.  We are just assured that Ebola “is not airborne” and that getting infected “requires close contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person”.  If this is true, then how have more than 170 health workers caught the disease?  These workers are dressed head to toe in suits that are specifically designed to prevent the spread of the virus.  So how is this happening?  I could understand a handful of “mistakes” by health workers, but this is unlike anything that we have ever seen in the history of infectious diseases.  These health workers take extraordinary precautions to keep from getting the virus.  If it is spreading so easily to them, what chance is the general population going to have?"
"Hair Product Company (With Nazi Past) Flakes Out on Giveaway to IDF"

"IDF Command Levels from the Lord of Hosts on Down"

"Nov 27, 2013 | Full List of 287 Documented Israeli Cease Fire Violations – Updated"   The gaps between huge attacks on Gaza are filled with small attacks on Gaza.

Tweet (Heer Salaiti)"
"The word riot seems to be used as a weapon against those being killed by the government pretty much world over."

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Post slaughter blues

"Hollywood execs may blacklist Cruz, Bardem for accusing Israel of 'genocide'"  "Hollywood’s latest blacklist shadows Bardem, Cruz, Almodovar"  This used to be done more quietly, but the Khazars are panicking a little bit and want an immediate stop to the 'cool' people siding with the Palestinians.

"Amal Alamuddin refuses UN offer to investigate possible war crimes in Gaza"  This is excellent, as Clooney's connections to Jewish billionaires in financing movies make him compromised as hell (remember he fronted the Zionist Darfur nonsense).  Tweet (Matthew Rindge):
" Sure, but her statement was officially released through Clooney's agent "


It is not cool to be one of the perpetrators of this kind of thing for which all members of the violent group supremacist collective bear full moral responsibility (funny that I don't remember the quibbling about this issue concerning all the Germans bearing full responsibility for the actions of the Nazis):  tweet (Inas Safadi):
"Sama 19 months old, became deaf and blind due of Israeli missile targeted her house, injustice is ugly "
Rudoren continues to dig a hole. The quintessential Khazar trait is gracelessness, and right after you've finished a mass civilian slaughter is not the time for a long discussion of the nature of the numbers of your victims, as if a few moved from one column to another will make any moral difference.

"Why Bomb Civilians?"

Zionists have a collection of hasbara lies, one of which concerns the greenhouses in Gaza:  "The Greenhouse propaganda—How Gazan history is being rewritten to dehumanize Palestinians"

Monday, August 11, 2014

Brain damage

At a time when the CIA is actively plotting a coup against Maliki, Juan Cole writes:  "Iraq: Is al-Maliki Preparing to Make a Coup?".  This is why Cole can't escape the stench of the CIA.

"The US and Democracy in the Middle East" Assad was also elected, and also under American (neocon) attack.

The attack by IS against Kurdish interests, an attack which finally made them a target for the neocons (as Khazars looking out for their Kurdish cousins), makes them look much less false-flaggy to me, and more like an independent entity looking for soft spots to build an empire.

Tweet (Asa Winstanley):
". makes excellent point that if UK really wanted to stop ISIS they would put pressure on Saudi & Turkish allies to stop ISIS aid"

"Israeli army: No solution to Gaza tunnels"  Another bogus reason for the slaughter.  Opening the seaport/airport would:
  1. remove the need for tunnels and allow Hamas to agree to help close them all;
  2. remove the need for Israel to lift its blockade (although Israeli businesses would then lose the trade);
  3. end the Israeli 'diet' the people of Gaza have been on;
  4. allow the normal human right of movement that the people of Gaza are uniquely denied; and
  5. allow for the introduction of supplies needed for the orderly rebuilding of the damage caused by the Jews (Jewdamage).

"Harper confirms Canada’s support for Israel in conversation with Netanyahu"  Tweet (raymond delauney):
" Had Israeli children needed treatment would've been at airport to welcome them."

"Tough Hillary Clinton says ‘dreadful’ pictures of dead women and children make it hard to get at truth– Hamas is to blame"  Her brain damage can't be too bad as she can keep all this Jewish billionaire nonsense straight.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

What do you really want?

"Rome posters call to boycott Jewish merchants" If this happened around the world we would be headed for a majority-rule one-state solution - i.e., a Palestinian state across all of Occupied Palestine - in about . . .five minutes (after the requisite characteristic wailing, etc).  I guarantee that none of the current 'liberal' boycott proposals will produce that result.  So what exactly do you want to happen, and how do you propose to get there?

Saturday, August 09, 2014

Day of Rage

The extreme un-Canadianness of Stephen Harper:  "Ottawa refuses to let injured Gaza children into Canada for treatment"

Backfiring attempts of Jodi Rudoren to whitewash genocide:  "Another Shameful 'NYT' Casualty Count".  She is clearly an enabler of genocide and should be prosecuted, convicted and imprisoned for it (the fact the NYT keeps going back and forth on its lies may indicate that the lies are being vetted by legal advisers).  Also:  "Rudoren: I did not have journalistic relations with that censor"

"So now the murder of Gaza families is blamed on Israel AND Hamas, according to WP"

"False reports on Roquette Synagogue 'attack' should be rectified"  We're going to be seeing a lot of this crap.  Not only was there no anti-Semitic attack, the violence was from the Jewish Defence League!

Tweet (Asa Winstanley):
"Someone explain this: why do hasbara trolls posting ridiculous pro-Israel propaganda often use made up Arabic names like "Abu Muhammad"?"
Tweet (Kamel Hawwash):
"In the occupied West Bank there are Jewish only settlements,roads & busses. Which other ‘Western style democracy’ could get away with this?"
Galloway on BDS. Not nearly far enough, but better than the lite Zionist tricksters and their enablers.  It should not be a big shock to realize if you are going to stop World Jewry and its violent racist group supremacism, you are going to have to boycott World Jewry.  Violence is against our values (but not theirs), and is counterproductive, but 100% economic shunning of Jews and Jewish businesses will work.  Anything less may assuage your 'liberal values' (handed to you by Jews), but will failWe have to stop them.  Only once Occupied Palestine is under majority rule can we deal with them again.

"Seven “deadly Lies” About Gaza"

"Palestinian Open Letter to UNSG Ban Ki-moon on Gaza"  Bribed or blackmailed is the only possible explanation.

Tweet (Israel Defence Force - parody account):
" He should know, half our soldiers are Russian."
I'll bet the privates are Russian and the officer Khazar!

Friday, August 08, 2014

Awash

"Was ISIS Capture of Mosul Dam a ‘Virtual’ Event?"  I've been wondering about this, the children dying of thirst on the mountain (too good a story, and the neocons have taken a sudden interest in IS), much of what is coming out of Ukraine, the kidnapped Nigerian girls . . . we are awash in probable lies of warmongering intent.

Oh, and ebola is starting to look like a bio warfare experiment gone off the rails. What's with the secret vaccine?

A good start

Tweet (Krishnan Guru-Murthy):
"We found her. Niema - the girl with fractured skull. Much better but needs surgery. "

"Demands Israel Has Accepted, And Rejected"

Tweet (Joe Catron):
"What a find! Apartheid apologia, circa 1989, via : "South Africa Shouldn't be Singled Out" "

"Canadian Jewish Politics: From Anti-fascism to Zionism" by Jay Knott. Perhaps the purest truth I've read in 20 years. Amazing to see it!

"Gaza’s New Resistance Paradigm On Heroes and Preachers" by Ramzy Baroud.  The new 'Gandhi' is disciplined violent resistance, as exemplified by the military wing of Hamas.

Even on the darkest night, you can always tell if a university president is around by the jingling of shekels. Before they blackmail and bribe the politicians, the Jewish billionaires make sure the university presidents are very well taken care of.  World Jewry probably should have reconsidered the timing of this outrage:  "Shit and Curses, and Other Updates on the Steven Salaita Affair (Updated)"  "Another Anti-Zionist Professor Punished for His Views (Updated)"  "Jewish group that sent email promising action denies role in Steven Salaita firing"

"Stephen R. Shalom: Michael Walzer’s defense of Israel’s crimes" World Jewry really doesn't have any arguments left.

"Jodi Rudoren maintains that some Palestinian casualtives in Gaza died from domestic violence" 

"BBC agrees to air Gaza charity appeal after getting Israel’s permission"

"Obsessive Gaza coverage is fanning antisemitism"  I laughed and laughed . . .

"Israel’s Iron Dome missile-defense system is an ironclad success"  . . . and laughed.

An amazing example of crude Islamophobic propaganda:  Tweet (Asa Winstanley):
"Screenshot of original, fictional, headline: Guardian changed headline w/o issuing correction "

"Galloway under investigation over Israel remarks":
"We have declared Bradford an Israel-free zone.

We don't want any Israeli goods; we don't want any Israeli services; we don't want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college.

We don't even want any Israeli tourists to come to Bradford even if any of them had thought of doing so.

We reject this illegal, barbarous, savage state that calls itself Israel - and you have to do the same." 

This is an excellent start if applied all around the world, but is not enough.

Thursday, August 07, 2014

Trash talk

Tweet (Ali Gharib):
"Wut RT Dang, CNN is on a roll."
"‘NYT’ is furiously rewriting history of Gaza conflict" The people who read the New York Times also read the tweets and the meta commentary. Just as the Jews started a mass slaughter without apparently having heard of Twitter, they are trying to spin out of their collective guilt without realizing that their obvious lies - caught in real time and explained around the world - just make them look more guilty.

"Petrodollar Under Threat As Russia And Iran Sign Historic 500,000 Barrel A Day Oil Deal" Putin moves from big strong move to big string move while Barry:
  1. talks trash;
  2. plays golf; and
  3. anxiously awaits those big post-Presidency Jewish billionaire checks.

Sisi - not to mention Bibi - consistently treats the Americans with disdain.  Tweet (Mike Doran) :
"US officials first heard about the ceasefire "from Twitter...rather than from their Israeli or Egyptian counterparts" "

Tweet (Ali Gharib):
"File under 'Not Marty Peretz's New Republic' "

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Let's do it again

Wikileaks has been a little late to the rodeo, but has been making up for it by mass tweeting about its dump of cables about Israel, including the one where Rice instructed Ban to neuter recommendations 10 and 11 in the UN General Assembly Board of Inquiry concerning the previous time when the Jews illegally attacked UN facilities in Gaza (in 2008-2009).  Rice and Ban thus ensured that the previous attack would not be investigated, making the veritable orgy of Jewish attacks this time all the easier.

Note that Ban was working with the Israelis on the text of the cover letter to ensure that the murderous and illegal Israeli actions would not be investigated!

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Nothing close

I've never seen anything like, or close to, the cruelty of the assault by the Jews of the world on the people of Gaza.  It is in a league of its own.  It has an ancient feel to it, like something that might have happened thousands of years ago.  It is so utterly Evil I don't think we could really grasp it, and as people slowly wake up to the fact it actually happened, it will be interesting to see how the revulsion against the perpetrators plays out.

"What Would Hamas Do If It Could Do Whatever It Wanted?"  It is the height of chutzpah to write an article about what Hamas might want to do to the Jews right in the middle of what the Jews are actually doing to the people of Gaza.  Is his argument as stupid as excusing the slaughter of Gaza civilians because Hamas, in some very unlikely possible world, might want to do the same to the Jews?

"Israeli arms factory shut down by UK pro-Palestine campaigners – shut down ongoing"  This is more like it.  None of this phony Jewish BDS trickery.

"Historian Robin D. G. Kelley to @Mondoweiss: "I’m incredibly disturbed by the way AIPAC and Israel is recruiting black students from historically black colleges ..."

"Israel, the Jews and Gaza: The Lies of BHL" "The selected writings of Samantha Power"

"Seven congresspeople go to Israel on AIPAC’s dime– and one gets defensive about it"  At least there is the realization of how bad it looks.

On the right track:  "Town In Hungary Hangs Netanyahu, Peres in Effigy, Denounces 'Efforts of Freemason Jews to Rule the World'"

"German neo-Nazis: We're pro-Israel, condemn anti-Semitism"  The far right in Europe, none too bright at the best of times, has been tricked into Islamophobia, and thus forms an alliance with the ones who tricked them.  Or, more likely, this is a spoof.

"Israeli army summarily executed fleeing civilians in southern Gaza"  "Who Is Behind Gaza's Mass Execution?"

"US senator filibusters live coverage of powerful Palestinian testimonies"  Boxer.

"Obama Condemns Israel"  Similar to the Christian Adams cartoon.

Monday, August 04, 2014

The Plan

I assume there was a plan.

"How to get a long-term ceasefire":
"Wondering whether Israel’s bloodiest war since its suppression of the second Palestinian intifada (uprising) from 2000-04 will focus minds, mediators are again heading to Cairo to discuss what they say are four key prerequisites for a long-term deal.
The first is a restoration of rule in Gaza by the Palestinian Authority (PA), the body headed by Mahmoud Abbas, which partially runs the West Bank but was evicted from Gaza in 2007 by the Islamist group, Hamas, which won a general election in both territories the year before. After Hamas, isolated and ostracised, resigned its hold on government in Gaza as part of a Palestinian reconciliation agreement in April this year, Western donors looked to Mr Abbas and the PA to fill the vacuum. Had Mr Abbas gone to Gaza and asserted his authority over the enclave, the war might not have happened. His recent appointment of Mamoun Abu Shahla, his labour minister, as his first minister in Gaza is a big first step.
Second, Gaza’s crossings and ports must be reopened. Should the PA return to Gaza, diplomats say that international monitors, including a European Union border force of observers, who were previously briefly positioned at the crossing between Egypt and Gaza at Rafah, would be ready to oversee a deal providing for the formal and secure reopening and oversight of various crossings. These would include the one at Rafah, next to Egypt; the Erez crossing to Israel, which would allow for the renewal of a safe passage from Gaza via Israel to the West Bank; a passenger and goods maritime route between Gaza and Cyprus, perhaps using roll-on-roll-off naval vessels which could begin operations within weeks; and an airport, subject to the same flight restrictions on airlines that currently apply to Ben Gurion airport at Tel Aviv.
Third, Gaza will have to be rebuilt. Donors promised to help with this nine years ago after Israel evacuated its 8,000 or so Jewish settlers and again after the Israeli military campaign against Hamas in 2008-09 known as Operation Cast Lead. Billions of dollars, previously earmarked, could be spent on revamping Gaza’s infrastructure.
Finally, the armed Palestinian factions would have to be disarmed under international monitors, who would also have to oversee the border crossings. They would also have to assist some 3,000 men from Mr Abbas’ presidential guard to monitor the 12-kilometre border (7.5 miles) between Gaza and Egypt, and to oversee the Israeli and Egyptian destruction of the tunnel complex under Gaza’s borders."
"New Fights Loom as Israel Slows Gaza Fire" by J.J. Goldberg:
". . . Walla’s well-connected military correspondent Amir Tibon reported Saturday night that renewed Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations might be on the way, like it or not. Netanyahu gave a nod during his Saturday night press conference to the de facto alliance that emerged during the crisis between Israel and the anti-Hamas Arab states of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the Gulf emirates other than Qatar.
The allies, Tibon reported, are intent on seeing to it that Abbas takes effective control of Gaza and pushes Hamas to the margins. But their price will be new peace talks. Given the political risks their rulers took on their domestic fronts opposing Hamas despite the massive destruction Israel inflicted on Gaza, they will have to show that they got something for it.
In a likely sign of Fatah thinking, Maan News, the independent Bethlehem news agency that’s close to Abbas, ran a prominent op-ed Friday by Palestinian-American journalist Daoud Kuttab calling for the “unification” of the West Bank and Gaza under a Palestinian unity government with Abbas firmly in charge.
And King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia fired what some called the first shot in that campaign on Friday in a talk he gave in Riyadh. He bitterly attacked “the world community” for its “silence” in the face of the “war crimes” perpetrated on the Palestinians in Gaza, but as noted in The National, the Abu Dhabi daily that is the Gulf region’s most respected English-language paper, he made no mention of Israel."
"Hamas’s Chances" by Nathan Thrall (weak ending).

Qatar has been squeezed out of relevance, and Turkey will come back into the Zionist fold immediately after the election.  They are keeping Iran and Syria busy with other things, and Egypt is simply unbelievable.  South America is furious, and its politicians will have to be bribed back over a period of years.  BDS means that some Eurotrash will have to buy fruit elsewhere, but somebody else will buy it (does anybody really think that the Jews give a rat's ass about BDS?).  ZOG has reaffirmed its utter dominance over American politics, and Barry/Kerry have been given a proper reminder of the fact that they will never be more than shabbos goyim.

On the other hand, I see no evidence that the people of Gaza, especially given what is happening to them, have lost any fight, and will agree to becoming slaves of the Palestinian Authority collaborators.  There are too many steps in the plan for it to succeed.

We in the West have received a huge wake-up call that our politicians are all completely beneath contempt, bribed and blackmailed by World Jewry to the point of incomprehensible corruption.  We now have a major job on our hands, going above and beyond 'acceptable' means, to deal with this.  Gaza is a demonstration that there is no longer any limit whatsoever on the extent of permissible human cruelty, and a vision of our future if we do not fix this.

Sunday, August 03, 2014

ATGW

I'm sorry, but if it is all over but for the closing of the last tunnels - the alleged reason for the mass slaughter, or at least the most recent one - why are the Jews still conducting mass slaughter of people taking refuge in UN schools?:  "Israeli air strike hits UN school in Gaza"

"Shooting and crying"  I don't give lite Zionists this much credit.  I think it is largely a trick to deceive gentiles into thinking there is some kind of shared moral sense.  There isn't.

 "‘Kidnapped’ Israeli soldier actually was killed in action, military says"  The Americans blamed the end of the so-called ceasefire on Hamas.  That blame was outrageous, based as it was on the assumption that Hamas was supposed to lie down and give up defending Gaza while the Jews continued their murderous rampages, but it was all just another lie so the mass murder of civilians could continue (see the school attack linked above).  By the way, it is quite possible that he was captured alive, and then blown to smithereens in the subsequent Hannibal operation, and this new story is to deflect entreaties by the family to keep looking for him.  See also:  "Timeline Does Not Fit the Claim that Hamas Broke Friday’s Ceasefire"

"Precision of the Palestinian Resistance"  I know it is fashionable to dump all over Hamas, but haven't they behaved in an exemplary fashion, both morally and militarily, throughout?  True heroes.  In rather marked contrast to the true devils of World Jewry.

Greatest American ally ever:  "Report: Israel spied on Kerry during peace talks moderation"

"Even more rockets and wilder speculation"  This is mostly the usual crap, but I am intrigued by the idea that this entire operation was about the fact that Hamas now has access to more sophisticated anti-tank weapons.

Saturday, August 02, 2014

Not funny

Not that I suppose it really matters, as the US government simply repeats the most outrageous IDF lies:
  1. "Who Broke the Ceasefire? Obama Blames Hamas Against All Evidence"
  2. "Did Israeli army deliberately kill its own captured soldier and destroy Gaza ceasefire?"
ZOG, ZOGitty, ZOG, ZOG, ZOG: "US Senate OKs $225 million in aid for Israeli Iron Dome system". Lucky it is a complete waste of money.

"Netanyahu to Shapiro: Obama administration is 'not to second-guess me again'"  "Obama: "Very Hard" To Envision A New Gaza Cease-Fire For The Time Being" Have I ever mentioned there is something running the United States called ZOG?

"Some of MSNBC’s Most Prominent Journalists Are Ignoring Gaza — Why?"

"Israeli operation not about security: Opposing view" by Noura Erakat

"Dead Palestinian children in Gaza tell story of impunity"  The moral disconnect between the Jews and their slaves (including the bought, bribed and blackmailed politicians), and the vast majority of the rest of us around the world, moral and decent people, has never, ever been grerater, and something has to give.

Tweet (Alan Kaidar):
" We need to get to the bottom of whether the captured israeli soldier was radicalised in the UK? Is the UK exporting terror?"
"Jackie Mason Slams Anti-Israel Celebs as Anti-Semitic, Ignorant and Stupid":
"[Celebrities] come from these kinds of anti-Semitic, low-class backgrounds where a Jew is the most disgusting thing in the world to them," Mason answers, according to audio obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. "The ironic thing is that it's Jewish people who own these Hollywood studios … And they all hire these people and they depend on them for a living. Every penny they made is made from Jews and they hate every Jew just by nature."

Friday, August 01, 2014

Leave no one (alive) behind

There's yet another massive IDF massacre going on in Rafah.  Hamas may have captured a live Jewish murderer.  Tweet (J):
"Rumours that IDF massacre in Rafah now may be another attempt to kill EVERYONE (incl. soldier) at scene of an IDF soldier being captured."
I note of course that this weird Jewish problem with captured soldiers relates directly to violent racist Jewish group supremacism, as the value of a Jew is worth so much more than the value of gentiles that the prisoner swaps look ridiculous.

inverted nazi hand gestures will lead to mix dancing

"Debunking Israel's 'self-defense' argument"  "Slaughter is not self-defense: The assault on Gaza and the corruption of language"  Always remember it is not a 'war' - it is a series of high-tech massacres of caged civilians, unprovoked and absolutely without the slightest justification whatsoever, based on a revolving series of bogus excuses (three dead settlers, then rockets - until the FAA problem - and then tunnels, which apparently must be removed entirely until the IDF leaves and Hamas re-digs them all in three weeks!).


Tweet (Dima Eleiwa):
""I always thought that Israel controls Gaza. But today, I have realized that Israel controls all Arab countries except Gaza."-Mohamed Zeyara"
Tweet (Yousef Munayyer):
"Nothing quite says "We are working to get a cease-fire" like giving one side lots more weapons. "
"Harry Fear “ordered to leave Gaza” by Hamas after tweeting rocket locations"  Tweet (Maha Rezeq):
"Plz report the Twitter page of this for spying on . "
"Senate blocks aid to Israel"  While ZOG obviously is still in full rule over the slaves of the United States, this must be causing a bit of consternation in the Khazar back rooms.

"David Frum's Apology for His Nutty Theory Links to More Nutty Theories" Good analysis from Gawker of all places.

"Tweet and delete: On Gaza, celebrity courage — and cowardice — over social media"  It is funny how the real reason - absolute Jewish control over the entertainment, sports and media industries - is never mentioned, but I guess we have to give Salon some credit for being brave enough to raise the issue.

"Collective Punishment in Gaza" by Rashid Khalidi.  Weird to see this in the appallingly Zionist New Yorker.

Tweet (ChristianChristensen):
"Sweden's refusal to even critique Israel over Gaza is the extinguishing of last glimmer of Palme-era Swedish foreign policy. "
If you can't bribe or blackmail a good person who somehow ends up as a politician, you just have to kill him or her (the three murders to consider are Bernadotte, Palme, and Lindh).

Greg Mitchell:
"Where to begin with this new NYT video?  It seeks to balance the deadly Israeli attack on Gaza school two nights ago with  a rocket attack on an Israeli school--"Both Israeli, Hamas rockets hit schools"--
except that it turns out the rocket landed only near, not at,  the school and no one was hurt.  And the Gaza attack? The copy on the Times page mentions 30 "injured" and the narration of the video also talks only of "injured" (no mention of the many deaths).   h/t Patrick Connors"

Tweet (Peter Maass):
Embedded image permalink"
"Picture Of The Day: Neturei Karta Members Doing Inverted Nazi Salute At Anti-Israel Protest"  I found my title in the comments.