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# sort * by income from Israeli interests and policies for the past decade 1. American companies 2. American politicians 3. Americans
# sort * by funding of Israeli interests for the past decade 1. American billionaires 2. American companies 3. American government agencies 4. American organizations 5. Americans - Sean McBride
Graphing the data is easy; gathering, organizing and marking up the data is difficult. - Sean McBride
See what you can find on if non Jewish billionaires give money to the Lobby and Zios orgs or finance campaigns where they declare their funding is predicated on Israel support like Adelson. I've never heard of any. - American
Off the top of my head: Rupert Murdoch and Donald Trump. Look into their contributions to FIDF (Friends of the IDF), for instance. Murdoch's entire media empire has been devoted to propagandizing the cause of Likud Zionism. - Sean McBride
Another way to frame these questions: how many billionaires worldwide are promoting ethnic or religious nationalist causes? Which ethnic or religious nationalist causes? Which billionaires? How many Jewish billionaires worldwide have been promoting Jewish ethnic and religious nationalism? Which billionaires? At what level of spending? - Sean McBride
set; donations by Jewish billionaires to pro-Israel ops worldwide (ops=people, organizations, projects, political parties, etc.) - Sean McBride
'' Off the top of my head: Rupert Murdoch and Donald Trump"...Sean)....Actually Murdoch's mother, Elizabeth Greene was from an Orthodox Jewish Family according to a in depth profile and investigative piece done on Murdoch years ago by Vanity Fair. Rupert was screwed up from the beginning and caused all kinds of fall outs in the family--forced his brothers to sell out their share of... more... - American
If his mother was in fact Jewish, Rupert Murdoch is Jewish in the ethnic sense by any reasonable standard. News Corp. has always been a militantly pro-Zionist and Likud Zionist op -- thus the endless Islamophobic rants on Fox News and in the New York Post. - Sean McBride
Some other things the article said was that Eliz Greene Murdoch was a nice woman very into charity works and nothing like Rupert and was sicken by the division in the family he had caused. It said Rupert was the ugly duckling and runt of the family and had a combative nature even with his family. I think Murdoch may have joined the 'tough zio Jews crowd" more out of that personal runt inferiority complex and too the money and financing contacts it brought him---more than any ideology from his mother. - American
[Google; rupert murdoch mother jewish] - Sean McBride
# o; Rupert Murdoch; association; * 1. 9/11 exploitation 2. Australia 3. Bill O'Reilly 4. billionaires 5. Christian Zionists 6. Clash of Civilizations 7. Fox News 8. Glenn Beck 9. Global War on Terror 10. Iraq War 11. Islamophobia 12. Israel 13. Israel lobby 14. Jewish nationalism 15. John Bolton 16. Likud Zionism 17. media billionaires 18. Megyn Kelly 19. Mike Huckabee 20.... more... - Sean McBride
With Rupert Murdoch, it's all about Zionism and nothing but Zionism. - Sean McBride
LOL that is just brilliant! - Taxi
Have I just been not looking or are more tribe critical sites like this one springing up? - American
not sure, but I found this site after we were talking with Sean & w.a.o. about dual citizens that serve in government. I didn't realize you could be a dual citizen, but apparently I was wrong. Although I recall that Indyk and Dermer have to renounce one citizenship to hold their post. - Chu_
Where do dual citizens pay taxes? Several people that I know were required to become citizens of Great Britain after they worked there for a number of years. They did not give up their USA citizenship, so they became dual citizens. What privileges come with dual citizenship? I recall that in 2009 many of my Iranian American friends voted in Iran's election. - ChasMark
American, not only more and more sites like this are fast trickling through, but the comment sections on israel articles are getting more and more critical of israel - more than that, some of these commentators are doing their own anti-israel moniker images: a lotta stuff using symbols like the isreali flag with dollar signs or painted with dripping red, Netanyahu with horns, Netenyahu kissing ISIS man on lips - lol etc. - Taxi
American, here's another video (30 min) that talks about bank/gov't problems in a comical way. The American Dream plot - Chu_
The Beautiful West & The Beloved of God, by Michael Springate [Castellio] - Guernica Editions -
The Beautiful West & The Beloved of God, by Michael Springate [Castellio] - Guernica Editions
"Elena and Mahfouz meet in Montreal in the spring of 2008. That summer, however, Mahfouz doesn't return from a trip to Cairo, and his father is picked up and held indefinitely for unknown charges on undisclosed evidence. No longer in contact with each other, Elena and Mahfouz must separately come to terms with their historical situation, preparing for a future shaped by forces they struggle to understand." | - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
"The best and bravest book I’ve read in years. The Beautiful West & The Beloved of God is on par with the moral voices of Dostoyevsky and Solzhenitsyn. Charles Orloski, poet" - ChasMark
Israel, the US Congress and treason...
"Question: What is a traitor? Answer: One who is not loyal to and betrays his or her own country. On that basis, and in the simple logic of commonsense, there is surely a strong case for saying that those men and women who are elected to the US Congress and put the interests of a foreign power (Israel) before those of their own country are traitors and, because they are endangering America’s own best interests by doing so, should be charged with treason. Unfortunately it’s not that simple because of Section 3 of Article 3 of the United States Constitution. It defines treason as specific actions, namely “levying War against [the people of the United States], or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.” - weareone
"Strictly interpreted that seems to mean that those in Congress who do the Zionist lobby’s bidding and by doing so endanger America’s own best interests are protected and can’t be charged with treason because the foreign power they are assisting is not a declared enemy. (Some will no doubt say that Israel did levy war against America when it attacked the USS Liberty during the Six Days... more... - weareone
Our narrow definition of treason is so old it doesn't reflect the current realities --it needs to be expanded...but congress would have to do that and in doing it a number of politicians would open themselves to be indicted for treason.. - American
I agree. I'm with Hart until he says <<….. Is there not a case for saying that because those in Congress who support Israel right or wrong are effectively giving aid and comfort to America’s Arab and other Muslim enemies they should be charged with treason.>> Why convolute the truth by labeling the Arabs/ Muslims the enemy in order to make a case for traitors/treason? They are not our enemies. Why not speak the truth about enemies domestic and foreign? - weareone
If they are not considered an enemy, they are certainly not a benefit to the US. What start up nation do you underwrite for that gives you little to nil in return? Is it that one day they are going to bring us back treasure and new acquisitions? What I mean is if they are some shadow colony of the US, then where's the return on investment? There is none and we'll never see repayment. We're a big bag of sugar and they've poked a few holes in the bag to fall in their proximity. - Chu_
Then there's the bogus argument that we are correcting history and all the bad things that happened to Jews, and the USA is the hand that will save Jews. If that be the case, why aren't we working toward helping the American Indians for a new state, because surely we've screwed them and only helped Jews throughout the last century. - Chu_
- and further where's our thanks? The Jewish state spits in the face of our leader. What's that about. - Chu_
I think we may be saying the same thing Chu. If I'm reading him correctly, Hart seems to be saying that by giving aid to Israel we're somehow enabling an Arab/ Muslim enemy. I don't understand his point at the end. - weareone
wao, yes- I was carving my own path! But this is Gideon Levy"No American administration has received the spitting in its face as submissively as this one. No other ally in the world, including the European powers, has dared to act so explicitly against the United States’ positions. " - Chu_
yes, Levy's spot on. - weareone
He is saying at the end that congressional quislings do whatever Israel wants, and that stirs up the Arab world creating more strife and ultimately coming back to bite the US interests. I think he is saying dual nationalist congress should be charged with treason. But he could word it better. Sounds half-baked. - Chu_
ok, it sounds like he doesn't want to speak the whole truth which is interesting because I read his books a while ago-"Zionism-the Real Enemy of the Jews"-and I don't recall any hesitation in the books. - weareone
well, could be the technique of let the reader draw the conclusion. At least they'll think more about it! - Chu_
Connecticut arm of million-strong church votes to shun occupation profiteers...
"The United Church of Christ in the US state of Connecticut has declared its support for the Palestinian-led campaign for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel. A BDS resolution approved by delegates to the annual gathering of the church’s Connecticut conference follows similar moves by its followers in New York, Northern California and in the Central Pacific and Central Atlantic regions. As a result, church bodies have been urged to divest their holdings in companies profiting from Israeli occupation in Palestine, including Caterpillar, Motorola, Hewlett-Packard, G4S and Veolia." - weareone
"The United Church of Christ has around one million members across the US. Activists in the United Church of Christ Palestine Israel Network (UCCPIN) are scheduled to propose measures to support BDS at the church’s general synod in Cleveland, Ohio, in June next year." - weareone
"If the UCC divests from contractors with the Israeli occupation, it will be the fourth national church body in the United States to do so, following divestments by the Quaker Friends Fiduciary Corporation in 2012, the Mennonite Central Committee in 2013 and the Presbyterian Church (USA) in June this year." Also in June, a board on pension and health benefits with the United Methodist Church divested its shares in G4S, a British-Danish contractor with Israel’s prisons and occupation forces."--end quote - weareone
good news. The soil against occupation and land grabs is firming up in USA. No more zio weeds to pollute the soil. about time. - Chu_
Good! One of the biggest benefits I see to the various churches actions is that it spreads out to all their members---changes their views on Israel to what Israel really is also makes them perk up and wise up when they hear our politicans spouting their support for Israel in the face of what they now know. - American
And when one takes a moral stand, it may pressure the others to respond. The influence and power of churches to shift the dynamic against Israel is, imo, huge. - weareone
And it's surprising for all the talk that northerners make about being progressives, they support an apartheid Jonestown that robs the Arabs of their property. But let's continue to elect People like Chuck Shumer to office. He's a real honest guy. - Chu_
I think that Shumer may also hold dual Israeli- American citizenship. Here's a small list of other Israeli citizens who hold key US government positions. Sean, I was wondering if you would be able to compile a more complete list that includes Congress? After a short search, I didn't come up with much that seemed complete. - weareone
wao. I know that Amb. Ron Dermer and others have to renounce their Israeli citizenship. But here's a facebook post I found [List of Politicians with Israeli Dual Citizenship] - Chu_
sean, how do you mark this up? i.e. Mark Weinberger, dual citizen, Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Public Affairs - Chu_
Thanks, Chu-I saw that list, but I was wondering if there's a way to compile an updated list. I think that one's from 2011, before the 2012 congressional elections, so it might not have all current congressional members. I'm thinking that a list would be very helpful to circulate before the upcoming elections. - weareone
wao. it should be accessible public information that our media should provide it citizens. but we all know how that goes. - Chu_
you're right---it should be public information....and we do know how that goes. I'll keep digging, when I have a moment. - weareone
Several ways to go about it: - Sean McBride
c; dual US/Israeli citizen; Mark Weinberger {c; *category; *instance} - Sean McBride
c; Israeli op+dual US/Israel citizen; Mark Weinberger {c; *category; *instance} - Sean McBride
o; Israel lobby; dual US/Israeli citizen; Mark Weinberger {o; *object; *property; *value) - Sean McBride
o; Mark Weinberger; category; dual US/Israeli citizen {o; *object; *property; *value} - Sean McBride
# features of marked up facts (semantic assertions) 1. browsable 2. combinable and recombinable with other facts 3. consistent syntax 4. consistent terminology 5. interoperable 6. machine-inferencable 7. machine-readable 8. machine-minable 9. modular 10. searchable 11. sortable 12. standalone 13. write once, use forever - Sean McBride
Thanks very much, Sean. Here's an unverified and most likely partial list, compiled from several sites, of reps in Congress with possible dual Israeli-American citizenship: House: Eliot Engel (NJ), Steve Israel (NY), Sander Levin (MI), Nita Lowey (NY), Jerry Nadler (NY), Jared Polis (CO), Jan Schakowsky (IL), Allyson Schwartz (PA), Brad Sherman (CA), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL), Henry... more... - weareone
weareone -- good list -- the real lay of the land. - Sean McBride
not too many surprises.... but I was expecting an even longer list. It seems that many with dual citizenship have either been defeated or chosen not to run again----a good sign hopefully. We'll see if they pop up again somewhere else..... - weareone
I don't get this wearone. Are you saying Boxer is a Dual citizen?or Feingold? that's just highly unlikely. I can believe ity about Schumer because I believe Schumer has no known boundaries to his supiness and love of power. His principles are probably limited to accepting that earth is round. Well, as long as it benefits him. Hover the years he has even assumed the look of corruptness. It's like a reverse Dorian Grey. - Danaa
Danaa, as I mentioned, this list is unverified, so these are possible dual citizens. Regarding Boxer, she doesn't seem unlikely at all to me given her history of support for Israel. Here's an excerpt from a letter to her posted Sept. 4, 2014 prepared by JVP LA and adopted by MT. DIABLO PEACE & JUSTICE CENTER stating "As people of conscience, we are deeply disappointed with your... more... - weareone
I agree with you about Schumer-, but many I-firsters try to use the progressive veneer as a cover. That just doesn't work anymore. - weareone
weareone: one could use Google to check out each of the names on that list, one by one, for dual citizenship: - Sean McBride
[# g; dual us israeli citizen * 1. al franken 2. allyson schwartz 3. barbara boxer 4. ben cardin 5. bernard sanders 6. brad sherman 7. carl levin 8. charles schumer 9. debbie wasserman schultz 10. dianne feinstein 11. eliot engel 12. henry waxman 13. jan schakowsky 14. jared polis 15. jerry nadler 16. john yarmuth 17. nita lowey 18. ron wyden 19. sander levin 20. steve israel] - Sean McBride
I plugged in five names at random from the list into this search, and it it turns out that they are all dual US/Israeli citizens. I am thinking now that they all might be. - Sean McBride
The Israeli government is using its citizens scattered all over the world to try to manipulate international politics on behalf of Israeli interests -- that much is obvious. They comprise a single political network that transcends all conventional national boundaries. - Sean McBride
And recall that Stanley Fisher, vice chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve System, is a dual citizen. - Chu_
great! thanks Sean and Chu-- you're certainly much faster and better at searching than I am. Sean, I tried to search many ways, but the obvious must have escaped me, so thanks. - weareone
wao - and notice that that link above lists the top 5 contributors of their congressional campaigns. Take Barbara Boxer for example [Barbara Boxer (D-CA) Reelected against the well-funded Carly Fiorina; in the Senate since 1992. Top 5 Contributors: EMILY’s List, Girardi & Keese, University of California, Time Warner, Cotchett, Pitre &McCarthy. Top 5 Industries/Interest Groups:... more... - Chu_
and Sean, I have to ask on a complex one, if you have the time, how would you mark this up? If you can set up the framework I can fill this in. - Chu_
Wouldn't this work? {o; *object; *property; *value} - Sean McBride
o; *person; adviser; *adviser - Sean McBride
o; *person; affiliation; *affiliation - Sean McBride
o; *person; category; *category - Sean McBride
o; *person; employer; *employer - Sean McBride
o; *person; ethnicity; *ethnicity - Sean McBride
o; *person; funder; *funder - Sean McBride
o; *person; nation of citizenship; *nation - Sean McBride
o; *person; profession; *profession - Sean McBride
o; *person; religion; *religion - Sean McBride
and so on.... - Sean McBride
ok good. What would be also useful is mapping this data by graph, showing who is a consistent contributer to Pro-Israel Dual national congresspeople. - Chu_
For instance: - Sean McBride
1. sort pro-Israel funders of US Congress members by total funding - Sean McBride
2. sort US Congress members by total funding from pro-Israel funders - Sean McBride
ok. good. Here's a video of Tableu. seems like a nice visual aid for people to get the idea quickly - Chu_
Creating data visualizations with tools like Tableau is easy -- the hard part is building up structured rich datasets that can be connected, mined and visualized -- that's where semantic markup comes in. Collect your facts; mark them up in a consistent and logical way; then connect, mine and visualize them. Engage in automated knowledge discovery. Extract insights from your datasets. The main objective is to understand what is going on in the real world at a detailed level. - Sean McBride
Dual Citizen - Top 5 contributors - Chu_
"In this one picture, one sees the difference between the Jew and the Gentile. He, the stark, raving maniac, and she, the horrified, confused non-jew trying to make sense of this barking dog. Whether it is biblical Egypt or modern day Gaza, the reaction to these people and their behavior throughout history has been a constant, and for reasons all too easy to understand when looking at this snapshot." - Chu_
I had seen that picture earlier. Ugly ugly guy....ought to be strangled with his pigtails. - American
One of the biggest differences I see between Gentile cultural and Jewish culture-----('if' we compare gentiles as a self interested tribe vr Jews as a self interested tribe)----- is that gentile self interest is not primarily based on 'hate' or totally destroying their competitors in their competitions for gain----whereas for Jews their self interest actions in whatever they seek to... more... - American
Eisen's question: Is this picture peculiarly Jewish? I don't think so. We've all seen gentiles behaving like raving maniacs, and we've all seen Jews accepting/questioning irrational behavior directed at them. If I were to attempt to pinpoint something "peculiarly Jewish," it would be that most Jews do not process the reality that they are just like everybody else, good, bad, indifferent. Jews are always victims and never causal agents. - ChasMark
"It also ties in with something else I've been wondering: How is it that the non-Jewish world has, for so often and for so long, found it impossible to deal with us Jews?" I guess by impossible, Eisen means difficult. I think part of the answer to the question is that the majority population doesn't think about the minority population, especially if the minority is small or isolated. If... more... - Todd
Jews cannot live a first world existence without commerce with gentiles. They dont have the numbers.Its math. 12 million Jews cant only do business among themselves and prosper to any degree. And without goys they'd be fighting among themselves and cheating each other instead of others. - American
German Jews were doing pretty well in Germany pre-WWI. Jews prospered in Italy for centuries -- Jews were among the wealthiest in many Italian city-states. The papacy protected Jews in Italy, and they were favorites of the wealthiest families. So -- they had a long history of "commerce with gentiles." that made Jews rich. - ChasMark
Palestinian-American Student Alleges Anti-Muslim Assault at Brooklyn Arena Video Shows Flag Being Taken From Nerdeen Kiswani Read more:
I'd like to see the video. - Chu_
"Nerdeen Kiswani, 20, said that she was punched in the stomach and had a Palestinian flag taken from her hands during the Oct. 7 game at the Barclays Center by a group that included Leonard Petlakh, the executive director of the Kings Bay YM-YWHA, who was punched outside the arena after the game. Kiswani, who wears a hijab, is a student at Hunter College in Manhattan, where Petlakh also... more... - Chu_
somebody said that electronic intifada had a link to the video, off of some jewish website - pepsi
at 0:20 lter - 'he assaulted me and punched me in the stomach' - Chu_
thanks Chu, somebody should send it to the mondojews - pepsi
Sean McBride
President Rivlin: Time to admit that Israel is a sick society that needs treatment -
President Rivlin: Time to admit that Israel is a sick society that needs treatment
"The time has come to honestly admit that Israel is a sick society, with an illness that demands treatment, President Reuven Rivlin said at the opening session on Sunday of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities’ conference on ‘From Hatred of the Stranger to Acceptance of the Other’." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
Seriously, they aren't ever going to admit to the sick parts of Jewish culture and we have all seen that it isn't just confined to Jews in Israel, its been supported by Jews from around the world. Its bigger than just Israel. The nazis facing hanging for war crimes went to the gallows still doing their 'Heil Hitler" - American
Good that there is an emerging voice of moderation, but I think Israel is trending toward a darker path indefinitely. some things on Rivlan 1. supporter of minority rights in Israel 2. For 1 state solution 3. wishes to recognize the Armenian genocide. - Chu_
Man Suspected of Attacking Jewish Leader at Brooklyn Nets Game Arrested Shawn Schraeder, 25, Not Being Charged With Hate Crime Read more:
(article from 2012) Carnegie Deli in NYC (owners Sandy Levine, Milton Parker) created a tebow inspired sandwich. But the sarcasm is obvious they are criticizing Tebow through a sandwich - " "Tim Tebow" and the "Jetbow," the thing weighs in at 3.3 pounds, and includes layers of roast beef, pastrami, corned beef,... more... - Chu_
The Jewish hand behind Internet Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, MySpace, eBay... -
The Jewish hand behind Internet Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, MySpace, eBay...
The Jewish hand behind Internet Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, MySpace, eBay...
Lengthy article. essential reading. - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
Interesting. You wonder why these corporate takeovers are so expensive but they often will consolidate power for the few. so a billion dollar buyout (like youtube 1.65 billion) would give control to the oligarchs. Control the media message and control how people think and behave. very 1984, but effective if you want to control people. - Chu_
CNN had a 10 minute clip on Blitzer and his family and the holocaust tonight. I was almost verklempt until I thought what a war propagandist he is for Israel. Sponsered by - Chu_
Larry Page could use a dental cleaning. - Todd
The article says, "Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz (left) and Justin Rosenstein." No they weren't. It was Connecticut twins, rich white WASPs who created it. These guys, including Zuckerburg, stole it from them. - MRW_8
Also says shabbos Jimmy Wales is jewish. I've never heard that. - Chu_ from Android
@ MRW -- repeat for emphasis: "The article says, "Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz (left) and Justin Rosenstein." No they weren't. It was Connecticut twins, rich white WASPs who created it. These guys, including Zuckerburg, stole it from them. - MRW_8" - ChasMark
ps. MRW, thanks for correcting Richard Sales on SST the other day. - ChasMark
It is a mistake for WASP to assume that most Jews practice any kind of 'gentlemen's agreements'. They don't and its an ongoing 2000 yr old belief in the tribe that stealing from or cheating the goy enemy is allowed and not a bad thing because goys are the enemy. In the few Jewish writers that have made an attempt to. explain anti semtism and etc this has been admitted and described in... more... - American
yeah, MRW a few years ago mentioned the wasp gentleman's handshake and how Jews didn't respect it.. American, the link is broken. - Chu_
I had one Jewish friend I dealt with and was what I would call honorable--didn't want to take advantage of anyone.But I will give you an example (although its not just Jews this applies to). My son knew a Jewish classmate in high school and he had a Ford Jeep that he didnt like or needed too many repairs to be worthwhile so he had some friends steal it and take it out in the country and... more... - American
I experienced something in Israel that I can't prove was shady business directed at me because I was a non-Jew, but I was told that it was the case. What happened is that a few days after I got to Israel, I needed a current converter, so I went to a local electronics store to buy one, where the owner told me that he didn't keep the type that I needed in stock and that he would need... more... - Todd
They steal from each other. Jewish people I've known over the years told me about their shady cousin or uncle, etc. One person I worked with told me how this guy screwed family members of money saying it was an investment for his new business, split and took their money. He would often go to Israel and I believe he eventually stayed there. plenty of stories out there. Even in Dirty... more... - Chu_
I was screwed by a energy scam last year. Electric company came to door and said do you want to save min 10% a month and after one year get a free month to pick of the year and we'll deduct it. So not doing the research I said 'duh, sounds good' & signed. Then the 1st bill came and it was double my average rate that for a typ. month. I called immediately and cancelled, but it took... more... - Chu_
Chu, at least you were sold something. Georgia Power in Atlanta had a program of "helping" people who were having trouble paying/not paying their power bills. It was really just a subsidy scheme, but the media liked it, so it wasn't challenged. At the time, I had lived in a tiny apartment for two years, and my power bill had always been around $50 dollars per month, then it jumped to... more... - Todd
Big biz seems to really be putting the squeeze on all consumers of anything today. I recently noticed that one of the few cable channels we like--Turner Classic Movies-- has disappeared. When I called about it Sudden Link Cable told me it had been removed and I would have to pay an increased fee to get it back. Then I got a notice in the cable bill that said my cable channel line up was... more... - American
I can only remember two times I was able to beat a corp down. the first time was when I was in my 20's and had a Nissian. Before it was 3 years old the clear coat on one door started peeling off while the rest of the car was prefect. I called the dealer and they agree to fix it...BUT...they kept putting me of and off for months despite my repeated calls. Finally I was so pissed I wrote... more... - American
My Jewish mentor, who I met at age 83, made aliyah in his late 60s. Then he made reverse aliyah back to NYC because he said the Sabras overcharged him 4X. He said Israelis overcharged him because he was American and being Jewish there didn't help. That was in the late 60s. He hated Israel. His wife loved it. - MRW_8
"ps. MRW, thanks for correcting Richard Sales on SST the other day. - ChasMark" What did I say? - MRW_8
My second go round with a corp was when my wife bought a Chrysler in 1996 just because she liked 'its looks' despite my telling her it wasnt going to be that reliable. Sure enough the head gasket went...and the dealership claimed it wasn't covered and would cost about 500 or 600 to replace. Somewhere in scatter gun skimming of news articles I though I had read something about the... more... - American
Oh yeah I did once also beat Aetna by using a political connection to the Legal Task Force at the DOL who is busy all the time trying to establish precedent cases they can use to sue companies, to make them pay and apologize when they tried to screw me many years ago. I really loved that one! sweet it was! - American
how schlomo sand ceased to be a jew - or did he? Atzmon
"Sand realises that the Zionist journey has come to an end and that ‘Israeli secularism’ is doomed. From an ethical and universal perspective Israel is at a dead end. Yet, he still fails to grasp that Israel is only part of the problem. More and more thinkers are now regarding Israel as a mere symptom of Jewish identity politics. More and more, commentators are becoming aware of a tribal ideological and spiritual continuum between Israel, Zionism, the so-called Jewish anti Zionists and the Left in general. It is no longer a secret that, like Zionists, Jewish ‘anti Zionists’ invest most of their political energy chasing the so-called ‘anti Semites’ – those who analyze Israeli and Zionist politics within the context of Jewish culture and philosophy." - Chu_
I am having a pissing contest with Mooser right now on MW that illustrates well I think the Jewish identity obsession' in non zionist religious Jews as well as the secular Jewish 'race' identity of the Zionist. It is a obsession. I honestly dont know how they stand it, for any normal person this mental identity addiction would be like gorging yourself on some food to the point where it makes you psychically sick and you start throwing up. Its too much. - American
Funny and I thought he knew of the dangers of ziocane. Is he a weekend user? - Chu_ from Android
I dont know but he is all over the place in his questioning of me on this thread .... - American
Did you acquire the URL for that comment from your Commenter Profile? - Sean McBride
opps....did I? didnt notice, I might have. - American
'' Jewish ‘anti Zionists’ invest most of their political energy chasing the so-called ‘anti Semites’ – those who analyze Israeli and Zionist politics within the context of Jewish culture and philosophy'')......Seems to me its obvious that Jewish identity and culture did have some attitudes/beliefs that helped give rise to zionism. - American
Do any people, other than Jews, know about or care about the infinite number of definitions of the word "Jew?" If someone identifies as a Jew or Jewish, most people in the world, it seems, assume that means that they practice the religion of Judaism. Only Jews, it seems, define this term differently among themselves with a seemingly endless number of permutations--ie. secular Jew,... more... - weareone
wao you forget the best oxymoron - atheist-Jew. And there are many atheist Jews, which would seem to make Jews a 'race' and not a religion. But staying behind religion avoids a lot of criticism in the american town square. - Chu_
# Jewish types -- any others? 1. agnostic Jew 2. anti-Jewish Jew 3. anti-Zionist Jew 4. atheist Jew 5. Conservative Jew 6. ethnic Jew 7. Hasidic Jew 8. humanist Jew 9. Jewish convert to Buddhism 10. Jewish convert to Christianity 11. Jewish convert to Islam 12. liberal Jew 13. libertarian Jew 14. neoconservative Jew 15. non-Zionist Jew 16. Orthodox Jew 17. Reconstructionist Jew 18.... more... - Sean McBride
The single factor underlying all these categories: ethnic self-absorption -- intense ethnocentrism. Psychology trumps ideology. - Sean McBride
26. Sabbateans 27. crypto Jews 28. Frankists 29. Marranos 30. Xuetes - Chu_
Thanks. I did leave out quite a few. As is often discussed here, this ethnocentrism and broad definition of what it means to be a Jew is very damaging for the religion of Judaism. - weareone
Judaism has been redefined as Zionism by the worldwide Jewish establishment itself during the last half century. Judaism is now synonymous with the ideology of Jewish ethnic nationalism and the policies and practices of the Israeli government. - Sean McBride
That's true, Sean. The majority of people in the world don't understand the difference between Judaism from Zionism and the majority of Jews have actively discouraged that differentiation and embraced Zionism with great zeal. - weareone
This is the main point: the Jewish religious establishment itself has deliberately erased all distinctions between Judaism and Zionism. If the Jewish religious establishment is not the lead authority on Judaism, then who is? According to these authorities, Judaism=Zionism. Ok. Got it. Judaism is all about Jewish ethnic nationalism. It is not a universalist religion like Christianity or Buddhism. - Sean McBride
I understand your point about the Jewish religious establishment, but if this poll is correct, "two-thirds of Jews do not belong to a synagogue, one-fourth do not believe in God", but many in the poll express an emotional attachment to Israel so that may also be playing a greater role. Here's another one to add to the list of how Jews define themselves: "In a surprising finding, 34... more... - weareone
Which supports the point that Jewishness is more about ethnocentrism and ethnic nationalism than about religion as most members of universalist religions understand religion. Religion in the Jewish tradition is strongly ethnocentric in character -- one might even argue that it is an expression of ethnocentrism. This is why it is easy for religious and secular Jews to be on the same page with regard to Zionism. - Sean McBride
I think 'Jewishness' relates more to tribal cohesion than religion, from the figures that are cited above. Even if i say I am an anti-Zionist Atheist Jew, I'm still Jewish. go figure. - Chu_
Some religions are tribalist, ethnocentric, nationalist and xenophobic at the core. They are all about the pursuit of the group interest in fierce competition against outgroups. Domination is the name of the game. - Sean McBride
Exodus campaign to Berlin sparks outrage in Israel - Yahoo News -
"TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — A group of young Israeli expats have unleashed controversy back home by encouraging others to join them in Berlin, touching on two of the most sensitive issues in Israel: the country's high cost of living and Jews' tortured history with Germany. - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
While Israelis have been angered after learning that food prices are much lower in Germany, they are also outraged that the youngsters' form of protest has been to give up on the Zionist dream by leaving the Jewish state, and relocate to the birthplace of the Nazi Party to boot. It rankles many in a society that once considered emigration shamefully akin to treason, at a time when many... more... - ChasMark
Pity Germany. - ChasMark
BUT -- can anything be done to clear out Florida, New York and California? - ChasMark
Ironic that Jews want to go back to Germany. The cheap food is a ruse, they know Israel is an occupation gone sour. - Chu_ from Android
Can you imagine how Berliners must feel? After Jews destroyed Germany, and continue to feed off its carcass, now rehabilitated, the calf fatted, Jews want another piece of it, want to fuck it up again. - ChasMark
I was at a NIAC conference last year. The saddest thing I heard, and this from a graceful, even elegant Iranian-American woman whose family prospers in US, was, "It is very hard to leave the land of your birth and the place where your family is." I wonder if most Americans think about that -- how hard it is to transplant yourself. The generation of Iranians in USA today is the first time in history that Iran has experienced mass migration. Yet Jews do this without much thought; Jews are a migratory people. - ChasMark
This is neither antisemitic nor Iranophilic, it is a sociological reality. We in the USA have GOT to free ourselves from Foxmanite constraints on our discourse so that we can talk about these patterns. - ChasMark
If I were in charge in Germany I would require that Jews who settle in Germany take an oath of allegiance and foreswear citizenship/loyalty to Israel. Like the Oath of Allegiance my Mother took upon naturalization: - ChasMark
I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and... more... - ChasMark
Jews in Germany are exempt from military service. Historically along with the masses dislike of Jews went the special perks to the Jews from rulers and governments going back to the 1400's. It continues today....victim hood has always brought them some favoritism--- while it lasted---till the peasants rebelled against the privileges and practices of the special group. There are a lot of 'patterns' you can follow in the tribe. I have outlined enough of them previously not to have to repeat the history. - American
We discussed before whether the Berlin Jews are trying to import more Jews for business and economic networking purposes. The Berlin Jews setting up this appeal to Isr Jews though may be just another example of Jews making money off Jews---a business enterprise where they charge fees for 'helping' Isr Jews immigrate to Germany. - American
I could probably pretend to be a Jew and write a book on' How to avoid the coming Jewish holocaust in America' and sell 5 million copies overnight ---one to every Jew in the USA. Jews are a 'niche' market for Jews. - American
american, you're taking about the court Jew. And Jews were stupid to take up the arrendar system. But they'll do the jobs that no one else would do - that's what we're told. like usury etc. - Chu_
This reminds me of the easing of Israel passports in the USA. That went nowhere for good reasons. 'Israel is pressing to join 38 other countries in the U.S. Visa Waiver Program — a prestigious club of nations whose citizens don't need a preapproved visa to visit America. So far, their efforts have not... more... - Chu_
Chas, it's not only going to be Germany. They'll go where they can. Funny that those inside the Zionism State realize what a shit-show it is. They want out of the Shtetl. - Chu_
Chu, they want out of Israel, but they don't want to fit in wherever they go. - Todd
they want to take over wherever they go. anything less is "slavery" or "persecution." - ChasMark
Todd, they'll always want to be the 'diaspora'. that is certain. - Chu_
I-First meeting Nov. 7-9 hosts Mitt Romney & Traitor Joe Lieberman
attendees: 1. Haim Saban 2. the Adelsons 3. Amb Ron Dermer 4. Joe Lieberman 5. Mitt Romney 6. Gilad Erdan 7. Isaac Herzog 8. Ron Prosor - Chu_
(good to know) Part of the conference will take place on Shabbos. In an effort to accommodate with religious and observant attendees, the IAC announced that “all meals provided at the Israeli-American Council National Conference will be certified Kosher by the Capital K/Vaad Harabanim of Greater Washington, - Chu_
Sean McBride
Envoy attacks PM for Israel silence | The Sunday Times -
"David Cameron's envoy to the Gulf is to attack the government’s failure to condemn Israel’s settlement building on the West Bank. Sir Alan Duncan, a former international development minister, warns that Britain must speak out or risk “a serious long-term price” in the region. His comments come as MPs are poised to vote tomorrow to back calls for Britain to recognise Palestine as a state in its own right." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"In a speech at the Royal United Services Institute on Tuesday, Duncan will warn Cameron that groups such as Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI) should not have disproportionate policy influence. “We need British Jews for the Conservative, Labour or other UK parties, not the Israeli lobby for any party,” he will say. “The time has come to make sure above any doubt that the funding of any party in the UK is clearly decoupled from the influence of the Israeli state.”" - Sean McBride
hummmmm....this is getting good. - American
The perfect response to people who say all Muslims are violent, in one tweet:
Tunisian president calls for bringing Israeli leaders to justice over their crimes against Palestinians.
And more support for Palestine: "American political prisoner censures US over pro-Israel policies" - weareone
"More than 500 anthropologists back academic boycott of Israel" - weareone
more defectors. oh no. drain the sewer of zionism. - Chu_
yep, it's interesting-we just never know when and from where the support will come, but it's definitely coming. In the case of Tunisia, they've recognized Palestine as a state since 1988 and for Abu-Jamal also, speaking against injustice is nothing new. For the anthropologists, it's great to see more signatories and also major names in the field signing on. - weareone
taxi posted this map the other day. Things are changing. look at 1988 compared to today. - Chu_
Chu, yes I saw that map-really appreciate Taxi posting it and thanks for posting it again. It's very encouraging when you compare 1988 to today. Who's left?-the usual culprits- North America, Europe, Australia. - weareone
and I recall most of Europe abstained from the vote. So they are neutral. only the former colonizing states support it. EU vote on non memeber state (see map) - Chu_
Thanks for the map. That's an impressive shift in just 1 year--2011-2012: " that means that nine European countries moved their votes in a way that suggests greater support for Palestinian U.N. statehood efforts." - weareone
After Caste Lead (2009) & this summer's civilian bombing campaign of Gaza infrastructure, are American's watching this and slowly understanding who the aggressor is? How do people buy that Hamas is the aggressor anymore when they're contained within a 5 mile x 25 mile strip with basic military technology, as Israel is the one pushing them into the sea (not the other way around). - Chu_
Once understood, it's relatively easy to see how the Jewish State was founded on terrorism and have had a nonstop campaign (simmering occupation) to take over Palestinian towns, with the aim to transfer them to other Arab nations. Gaza is a refugee camp, not a terrorist haven of Hamas. - Chu_
Americans need to apply the model to their own state. Imagine all of the residents were pushed out of New Jersey to make way for a foreign group of bandits who overtook their towns and destroyed much of their family, their farms, etc. Surely Americans would form a resistance group and the neighboring States would empathize & align themselves with the beleaguered NJ residents. - Chu_
Because the media has sought to portray Muslims as terrorists (muslim=terrorist=ISIS=Islam,etc) we get a bunch of yahoos like Hannity defending Israel, when the original terrorist group in the Arab world has been Irgun or the Stern Gang. - Chu_
Graphic: 800,000 Trees Uprooted. 800,000 Trees Uprooted. - Chu_
That's a powerful visual, but don't worry about Hannity or those like him. His viewership is about 2.5 million with about 600,000 of those in the 25-54 year old demographic which is the demographic most attractive to advertisers. But... this is not the most significant demographic for issues of justice, universalism and human rights. The millennials appear to be the new vanguard for... more... - weareone
Well, you sound hopeful about things to come. Sometimes I am, and sometimes not so much. Hannity is not so significant as say the danger of Hillary Clinton and the forces that will propel her to the top of the political pile, being the harpy she is... Hopefully with this new coming group of American youth we'll see some significant change, but I look around here often and see a bunch of... more... - Chu_
I am hopeful, and I hope, pragmatic as well. Sometimes looking at the numbers, as we did above, helps me to dispel the negative propaganda. But also, I guess most of us have heard or been taught that we draw to ourselves that which we habitually think and I've found this to be true on a personal level. So I try to focus on the positive (not always successfully :)), stay in the light, so... more... - weareone
Sean McBride
Ben Affleck Slams Bill Maher's Anti-Muslim Sentiment As ‘Gross’ And ‘Racist’ | ThinkProgress -
Ben Affleck Slams Bill Maher's Anti-Muslim Sentiment As ‘Gross’ And ‘Racist’ | ThinkProgress
"In a testy ten-minute exchange on “Real Time” with television host Bill Maher and author Sam Harris, Hollywood actor Ben Affleck slammed the host for commenting that Islam is the only religion that acts like the “mafia.” Along with journalist Nicholas Kristof, Affleck argued that ascribing an entire religion based on the actions of the terrorist group Islamic State, was “gross” and “racist,” while Maher and Harris shot back that criticizing Islam “gets conflated with bigotry towards Muslims as people,” a ploy that others have used to build on anti-Muslim sentiment in the country." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
Pro-Israel activists keep doubling down on getting into ugly fights with just about everyone -- they are spiraling out of control. Their weird presumption is that they can beat down anyone who disagrees with them into submission -- keep screaming ever louder. - Sean McBride
Most of us are not eager to lend support to zealots who are slapping us around. We may even feel motivated to line up against them. - Sean McBride
Sam Harris (next to Maher in video) The question I’ve now received in many forms goes something like this: Why is it that you never criticize Israel? Why is it that you never criticize Judaism? Why is it that you always take the side of the Israelis over that of the Palestinians? - Chu_ from Android
Read the Harris piece. He says hes against religion but makes every possible excuse for Israel. What scholarly insights. Lol. - Chu_ from Android
Netanyahu: White House criticism of Israel is un-American:
“The idea that we’d have this ethnic purification as a condition for peace, I think it’s anti-peace" - Netanyahu. - Taxi
let's see if one politician supports the president here. In a normal healthy government the leader would have the backing of his party. Here, we'll see little to no one buttress the president. - Chu_
Classic doublespeak: "He said he was "baffled" by the American condemnation. "It's against the American values. And it doesn't bode well for peace," he said. "The idea that we'd have this ethnic purification as a condition for peace, I think it's anti-peace."" - Chu_
rotflmao.....If there is a 'white Obama type' or even a white president in the WH next the Zios attacks on the President and the WH wont work like they do now. Now they depend on that segment of racist and closet racist for back up--cause the ones that dont like a black president will back up anything and anyone who criticizes and goes against him. Isr has been using the secret 'race card' on Obama and the WH during his entire administration. - American
Mrs Obama should make up with Benji and Sarah. invite them over for some yushchenko soup. - Chu_
Mrs Netanyahu is persona non-grata: she's known for stealing other people's silverware. Literally. - Taxi
And let me be catty here and say that Sarah Netanyahu and Madelaine Albright, who both have the same stylist it seems, absolutely must STOP wearing those over-the-knee tight skirts - makes them look like fat muffins stuffed in small cups. - Taxi
queen albright: 'disgusting Serbs' video - Chu_
"For Greenberg, the case represents a chance to make the former Federal Reserve chairman (Bernanke) and two past Treasury secretaries (Paulson and Geithner) defend a landmark action made at the most perilous moment for the U.S. financial system since the Great Depression"...
Yemen's Capital Fell To A Rebel Group And The World Hardly Noticed
world newsry - pepsi
If anyone is interested in the eventual fall of the House of Saud, then it behooves them to know a thing or two about Yemen, especially the Shia revolt that took place some 12 days ago - which to me is part of the Arab Spring - unceremoniously under-reported: a successful round won by Arabs for Democracy: - Taxi
The plot thickens. Gulf countries losing their influence in Yemen: - Taxi
The Next Crisis - Part one » Golem XIV - Thoughts -
The Next Crisis - Part one » Golem XIV - Thoughts
The first thing we should bear in mind is that however it starts, the next crisis will be another debt-crisis like the current one. This is because debt is now the global currency and global financing mechanism. Once it starts, however, one thing will be very different from the last time – this time nearly all nations are already heavily indebted. Last time they were not. And this is what changes everything for the over-class. Contrary to the endless misinformation repeated at every juncture by austerity politicians and bankers alike, the debt load of most nations at the beginning of the present crisis was not already out of control before the banks blew up. - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
Sean McBride
Simmering Conflict in Hollywood Over Israel | Alternet (Alex Kane) -
"The summer’s bloodletting in the Gaza Strip has stopped, but the discourse on war that Israel’s assault sparked in the U.S. rages on. Nowhere is this more apparent than in Hollywood, where celebrity criticism of Israel led to recriminations from pro-Israel stars and threats to blacklist those who spoke out against the military operation. The entertainment industry is splitting over Israel in the wake of that state’s punishing attack on Palestinians in Gaza." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
Once again, pay close attention to the long list of Hollywood leaders who *haven't* signed on with CCFP. - Sean McBride
Wallace Shawn looks like Michael Ratner. - WJones
JPMorgan Breach Is 'Crisis Point' For Banks
Just one example--- >'' Barclays hacking attack gang stole £1.3 million, police say ... › News › UK News › Crime The Daily Telegraph Sep 20, 2013 - A gang of hackers stole £1.3 million by hijacking the computer system of ... allowed the hackers to access its network remotely and transfer money into ... Known as a keyboard video mouse (KVM), the gadgets, which fit into the .... - American
There have been hundreds of hacks that have actually gotten inside banks and 'transfered' money out into accounts around the world where the money was withdrawn 24 hrs later by hacker cohorts. - American
If you want to get the zios and Israel hire some hackers and take their money...Every thing and everyone is hackable. Security builds--hackers hack it. - American
This is funny though---I use to have a investment account at JPMorgan and every time I would try to log on, which wasnt often cause it wasnt a big account, my password wouldnt be accepted and I would have to request a new one and they would only send you a new one by USPO mail, they wouldnt email it to you. I finally withdrew the money some months ago and while doing so I complained... more... - American
It was June to August. I want to know how the hell this could go on for three months without them noticing it. I mean, WHATTHEPHUCK. - MRW_8
Map of all the countries that now recognize Palestinian statehood:
"The next country to consider the issue? The UK, which will vote on recognition of Palestine after the parliament’s summer recess ends on Oct. 13th." - Taxi
great map of the nations aligning themselves with Palestinian statehood. This would counter the recent propaganda images from Israel and their henchmen. - Chu_
Man that map link is disgustingly racist! The often heard zio argument 'but 99% of the middle east is moslem so why can't the Arabs just leave us alone and let us live in peace?'. Nasty colonialist motherfuckers! Of course the obvious answer to their victim question would be: the land is not yours asshole, why should they give you anything? Swiftly followed with 'whatever good did you... more... - Taxi
Sean McBride
Israel Harbors French JDL Extremist Who Stalks French, Palestinian Activists Tikun-Olam Tikun Olam-תיקון עולם -
Israel Harbors French JDL Extremist Who Stalks French, Palestinian Activists Tikun-Olam Tikun Olam-תיקון עולם
"A French Jewish Kahanist named Gregory Chelli, using the code name Ulcan, has been terrorizing pro-Palestine activists in France and around the world for months. He’s engaged in obsessive pathological activities like stalking and hacking of at least 100 websites supporting the Palestinian cause." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"A French reader of this blog wrote me: "He started a chat on-line called ViolVocal (Viol means ‘rape) where he and others encouraged participants to perform ‘transgressing actions’, for instance one of the participants called the Jewish school in Toulouse where Merah killed the Jewish kids 1350 times and made anti-Semitic insults" Presumably he or one of his followers calls pretending... more... - Sean McBride
"Lately, he’s taken to attacking French journalists who’ve criticized Israel’s massacre during the latest Gaza war. Benoit Le Corre, who writes for an online publication affiliated with Le Nouvel Observateur, wrote an expose about Chelli’s activities, which didn’t sit well with him. As a result, Chelli began harrassing phone calls to Le Corre’s elderly father. In one, he told the father... more... - Sean McBride
"Chelli later called Le Corre to “offer condolences” and suggested that he and Le Corre could band together to make money off the story. He records all the calls and airs them on YouTube or the net for the delectation of his fellow pro-Israel psychopaths." - Sean McBride
"Is Chelli engaging in this behavior alone or does he have support? If so, are his supporters individuals or associated with official sources. Does the Israeli government or security services have a hand in his activities? This isn’t a far-fetched question. A French national has violated serious laws and Israel refuses to take any action. It leads one to wonder: is it just police incompetence? Or do the Israeli police tacitly support his agenda? Or do even more powerful political interests support him?" - Sean McBride
See also: [The case of Gregory Chelli (alias Ulcan, alias ViolVocal), or the French police’s inaction, thus far, in the face of a form of Jewish terrorism] Read the details carefully. - Sean McBride
I renew my call for a Almighty Swat Team. Low cost, no collateral damage, quick results. - American
Sean McBride
Israel’s water war crimes | TheHill -
"There is a war going on and it long predates Israel’s summer Gaza onslaught. It is a war on water, and it runs deep. For the last decade, Israel has been carrying out a systemic and willful campaign to deny Palestinians access to clean water. Though Israel’s campaign to restrict water access has yet to make the news, rights organizations are pushing the Palestinian Authority to take the issue to court, so the matter could well make headlines in the coming months. While the PA has been debating whether or not to accede to the International Criminal Court, increasing documentation of war crimes may push their hand." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"Under international law, deliberate targeting of civilian infrastructure is a war crime, and as of 2010, water and sanitation were enshrined as basic human rights. Israel has blatantly and systemically been denying these rights." - Sean McBride
"Through growing documentation and awareness, Israel’s systemic campaign against Palestinian water can be seen for what it is: a comprehensive violation of one of the most basic human rights. It consists of a two-pronged approach: the visible mass destruction of water and sanitation infrastructure, reinforced by invisible policies of closure and occupation, siege and confiscation that... more... - Sean McBride
Pro-Israel comment: "God commanded Israel in Numbers 25: 17; “Treat the Midianites as enemies and kill them." Israel has been far too Lenient in dealing with the Palestinians." - Sean McBride
The time has come for the world to start documenting pro-Israel hate speech in a systematic and thorough way -- and to widely publicize it. Clearly the ADL and MEMRI aren't up to the task. - Sean McBride
Palestinian Centre for Human Rights Calls for Full and Immediate End to the Illegal Israeli Blockade of Gaza. By Palestinian Centre for Human Rights
"The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) is gravely concerned over the continuity of the Israeli-imposed closure on the Gaza Strip for the eighth consecutive year and dissatisfied by the mechanism of the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip that was declared by the UN Middle East Envoy. Moreover, PCHR is concerned that this mechanism would institutionalize the Israeli closure that has been imposed since 2007. PCHR calls for fully and immediately lift the Israeli closure as it constitutes a form of collective punishment that is prohibited under the international humanitarian law. Ending the closure includes eliminating all restrictions imposed on the freedom of movement of persons and goods, including imports and exports, to and from the Gaza Strip." - weareone
open the damn sea port to Gaza already. Have UN inspectors full time. Gazans have so much rebuilding to do at this point. The Prison Camp is run by Israelis - they are torturing 2 million people. Jews always talk about the right to self determination. Look at Gaza. Can they have self determination? The racist mindset of Israelis see them as less that human. look at pro Israeli comments online. They are considered cockroaches, vermin, etc.. - Chu_
The pressure's finally starting to mount from the outside. Almost every day now we hear another condemnation of, or action taken against Israel by a different group or country. - weareone
i agree, the levy can't hold back the flood. ADL must be shitting right now. They gonna have to hire goyim for damage control. - Chu_
"They gonna have to hire goyim for damage control."....Chu, too funny. - weareone
Sweden to recognise state of Palestine: "A two-state solution requires mutual recognition and a will to peaceful co-existence. Sweden will therefore recognise the state of Palestine."
Woohoo! My first feed-post (thanks American!)! - Taxi
Woohoo! Finally the euros are taking that zio donkey dong outta their mouths and voting YES for Palestine! - Taxi
Good news. Anders Brevik must be punching his cell walls. Israelis are not seeing their outdated occupation is killing their legitimacy? what a bunch of fuck-ups. - Chu_
Taxi, today was actually the first time that I posted too, so cheers. (I actually tried to post something the other day, but I made such a mess of it, I deleted it quickly. You may have noticed a quick flash. :) - weareone
Well alrighty weareone - let's partaaaaaay! - Taxi
Hot damn! Go Sweden! - American
Hello, Ello! What you need to know about the new social network stealing users from Facebook Meet Ello: The advertisement-free, fake-name-friendly, alternative social network
Ello is an invite-only social network created by Paul Budnitz, along with graphic designers Todd Berger and Lucian Föhr, and creative engineers from Mode Set. By the creators’ own description, Ello is a “simple, beautiful, and ad-free social network.” - pepsi
Salon pretends to be a Change Agent, but all they do here is point you to another Jew owned data mining racket. - pepsi
Paul Budnitz great-great-grandmother’s cousin looks like Nosferatu. - Chu_
:) - Todd
Seems that Amal Alamuddin is despised by hollywood zio trolls. check out the comments. geez. - Chu_
Leo's Side Piece: @Nikki: So What screw the jews - JustTheFactsPlease
Americans Continue to Say a Third Political Party Is Needed
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PRINCETON, NJ -- A majority of U.S. adults, 58%, say a third U.S. political party is needed because the Republican and Democratic parties "do such a poor job" representing the American people. These views are little changed from last year's high. Since 2007, a majority has typically called for a third party. - Chu_
Chu, you mentioned a Tea Party 2.0. which may be a good idea, but I'm not very hopeful that having an additional party or parties will effect significant changes. Once elected, what will prevent those from a third party from succumbing to greed and graft like the others? imo, elected officials are our employees, paid with our tax dollars, $174,000-$223,500 per year /each, to represent... more... - weareone
Congress approval is dismal. 13% approval! But the media talk about ISIS instead of these charlatans. - Chu_
This is grounds for revolution, yet the media are on their side. - Chu_
American gov't and Media don't serve the masses. They serve the money. It's so obvious. I need to listen to Sean Hannity to get my wild ideas back on track. - Chu_
' imo, the electorate must take responsibility for causing the problem because we were not attentive. ' I agree in a sense, but the media is a corporation. Once you get some alternate media (that is not coopted) you can get the masses thinking clearer. Most people in the US (and the world) moreoften consider their own situation ~ meaning nightly news (5pm etc). They couldn't place Syria on a map if they tried. - Chu_
Well, if the approval rate is 13%, I wonder why they continue to vote the same people into office? 68% of Americans would like a national issue referendum, 75% are in favor of term limits, 63% are in favor of absolving the Electoral College and 79% support limits on campaign funding.<<Americans... more... - weareone
yeah. I think with Israel, Americans have to ask the question: 'What do they do for us?' I've yet to hear a zionist make a good case that Israel is an asset to American interests. That's why discussion about Israel is taboo. Because they'll lose the debate in the town square. - Chu_
"Because they'll lose the debate in the town square"--for sure. Sean Hannity...funny. - weareone
In my regular life, I am often asked about current events, such as the bombings ongoing in Iraq and Syria, because people know I read widely. When I provide an update and interpretation (which I've learnt to do fairly succintly, believe it or not) people seem to nod, sometimes asking a few questions, sometimes just lamenting the state of affairs. This is Fox news country and it is clear... more... - Danaa
Unfortunately, when it is pointed out that third parties already exist and garner few of the votes, no one has an answer as to how that can be changed. So yes, again agreeing with wearone, political reality requires attention, and it isn't there. Why, I ask? probably because most people are not sufficiently suffering. And that is not political reality. It is human condition reality. - Danaa
Hi Danaa. Yes, third parties are not new and over the years I've voted for a few third party candidates, but if there's interest in forming an alternative party that attracts larger numbers, I wonder how many are willing to do the grassroots organizational work that this requires. I also wonder if this is the most efficient use of time and energy. With regard to suffering, I agree with... more... - weareone
PS Chu made most of the comments about the media. :) - weareone
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