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Addressing the Security Council in New York on Monday Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor gave a bizarre satirical presentation of “Oscar” awards for “peace and security.” The victors were Iran, Hezbollah, Saudi Arabia and the Palestinian Authority. The presentation was supposed to be a statement on the 50th anniversary of the human rights charter for the United Nations. Instead, a day after Hollywood gave out its highest honors for film, Prosor lambasted the Security Council for not following their charter as he saw it. He said Israel wants Security Council action against their enemies–Hamas, Hezbollah, the PA and Iran.

“Day by day extremism is spreading its ugly tentacles and in the process, destabilizing communities and nations. The threat is obvious and it is growing, and yet this Council has been reluctant to take decisive action. Worse, it has on occasion, surrendered to those nations that harbor, fund and support terrorist groups,” said Prosor.

After giving the award for “best editing” the Palestinian Authority for “re-writing history,” Prosor said to the Security Council, “But the truth is – the Palestinian Authority already received enough prizes from this institution.”

In addition, Israel’s Mission to the UN also produced a series of images representing the “Oscars for Maintenance of International Peace and Security” awards:

Slide from ambassador Ron Prosor's "Oscars" speech at the United Nations, February 23, 2015. (Photo:  Israel Mission to the UN, New York/Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Slide from ambassador Ron Prosor’s “Oscars” speech at the United Nations, February 23, 2015. (Photo: Israel Mission to the UN, New York/Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Slide from ambassador Ron Prosor's "Oscars" speech at the United Nations, February 23, 2015. (Photo:  Israel Mission to the UN, New York/Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Slide from ambassador Ron Prosor’s “Oscars” speech at the United Nations, February 23, 2015. (Photo: Israel Mission to the UN, New York/Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Below is an excerpt of Prosor’s award ceremony:

Last night Hollywood celebrated the Oscars, and as millions tuned in, I thought of the following.

If the Oscars for Maintenance of International Peace and Security were given at the UN, I would not be surprised if these candidates were awarded prizes.

In the Best Actor Category – for acting like a peace loving country while developing nuclear capabilities, denying the Holocaust, and threatening the destruction of another member state… the Oscar goes to Iran.

In the category for Best Supporting Actor – for its unrelenting support to the Assad Regime in killing hundreds of thousands of civilians… the Oscar goes to Hezbollah.

In the category for Best Visual Effects – for making women disappear from the public sphere, the Oscar goes to… surprise surprise… Saudi Arabia. No competition there.

And finally, for rewriting history, the Oscar for Best Editing goes to… the Palestinian Authority. But the truth is – the Palestinian Authority already received enough prizes from this institution.

Mr. President, Oscars aside, if we want to pursue peace and security in the real world, it is time to bring down the curtain on this theater of the absurd and return the original values of the UN Charter back to center stage.

Thank you, Mr. President.

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  1. Maximus Decimus Meridius
    February 25, 2015, 11:42 am

    Is this the same clown who played a mobile phone recording of a siren at the UN during the summer massacre?

    Add that to Bibi’s cartoon displays, and you get a very good picture of the insanity of Zionism. Imagine being Israeli and having these fools represent you on the world stage. I would be mortified, but then, I’m not Israeli.

    • Krauss
      February 25, 2015, 3:30 pm

      You gotta give the Zionists some credit. They may be crazy but at least they are amusing when they are being crazy. You never quite know how crazy they’ll be next time and they somehow always manage to succeed your expectations.

      • Mooser
        February 25, 2015, 5:19 pm

        Very true. Things I was profoundly shocked to find out I now accept as routine for Israel and Zionism.

  2. just
    February 25, 2015, 11:53 am

    A fitting follow- up to the Looney Tunes speech and cartoon of a bomb that his PM presented at the UN…

    I hope the UNSC has both a sense of humor and a grip on reality. I hope that they can recognize the irony inherent in his lame attempt to demonize others.

    I wonder if his own Looney Tunes presentation is what prompted Susan Rice to speak to Charlie Rose last night…

    “Netanyahu speech is ‘destructive’ of ‘bipartisan, immutable relationship’ between US and Israel, Rice says” – See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/#sthash.ELCEuIV7.dpuf

    I also hope that this signals the end of the eternal US veto at the UNSC!

    Thanks Allison.

    • bryan
      February 26, 2015, 3:22 am

      “Netanyahu speech is ‘destructive’ of ‘bipartisan, immutable relationship’ between US and Israel, Rice says” Why do the Americans continue to destroy the English language? If something really is immutable it is permanent, unalterable, invariable, unchangeable, and even indestructible.

  3. hophmi
    February 25, 2015, 11:57 am

    The only bizarre thing about it is that it’s more substantive than 99.99 percent of the speeches at the UN.

    • pjdude
      February 25, 2015, 3:52 pm

      So this is more substantional than actualy trying to fix issues? self absorbed finger pointing is substansive in your mind? how but this fix your own shit first.

    • justicewillprevail
      February 25, 2015, 5:22 pm

      A puerile attempt at regaining some of the ground lost by the pantomime performance of the Israeli leader. How can anybody take these schoolboy attempts at propaganda seriously? apart from hoppy of course, who is a sucker for kid’s nursery stories.

    • hungrydave
      February 25, 2015, 7:27 pm

      No, it’s propaganda and childish propaganda at that. What was substantive were the recent leaks about Mossad disagreeing with Netanyahu (and apparently Prosor) about Iranian nuclear capability.
      I’d have thought you’d choose your fights more wisely than rushing in to defend this.

  4. JLewisDickerson
    February 25, 2015, 11:57 am

    RE: “In the category for Best Visual Effects – for making women disappear from the public sphere, the Oscar goes to… surprise surprise… Saudi Arabia. No competition there.” ~ Ron Prosor, Israeli Ambassador to the UN

    A BIT OF COMPETITION: “Women noticeably absent from Jerusalem ads”, By Nir Hasson, Haaretz, 10/21/11
    • Municipality officials deny change in policy, refer to several campaigns that featured images of women. Yet figures in city’s public relations industry say women have been entirely removed from public billboards and advertisements.

    [EXCERPT] It appears that graphic artists and public relations professionals in Jerusalem have recently developed a fetish for shoes.
    A glance at billboards and posters pasted around the city shows that Jerusalem is draped in shoes.
    For instance, announcements for the annual Jerusalem March picture two men’s shoes against the backdrop of the city. Dance events also make use of shoe images.
    “In Jerusalem, a shoe is not just a shoe,” says Uri Ayalon, a Conservative rabbi who promotes religious pluralism, and who recently established an “uncensored” Facebook group that protests against the elimination of women from public spaces. Shoe images, he says, are used to obscure the fact that in Jerusalem women are rarely pictured on public posters and billboards.
    It takes time to grasp that something is missing in public spaces in Israel’s capital. But once you notice it, it’s hard to fathom how you didn’t pay attention to this fact earlier. It appears that in recent years, and in an escalated fashion in the past several months, women have disappeared from advertisements in Jerusalem. . .

    ENTIRE ARTICLE – http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/women-noticeably-absent-from-jerusalem-ads-1.391157

  5. a blah chick
    February 25, 2015, 12:14 pm

    Wow, just wow.

    It’s really telling that no matter how much kissing of arses (ha!) Abbas does he still gets treated like a red-headed stepchild. (Old southern saying).

    Does anyone in the Israeli government have any grasp of reality?

  6. Taxi
    February 25, 2015, 12:36 pm

    I’d like to give zionist Hollywood an Oscar for Best Costume Design: having kitted ISIS fighters with classic cinematic black garb from head to toe.

    And I would also like to give a certain zionist Hollywood post-production suit an award for best Editing of ISIS slash-and-gore movies.

    • a blah chick
      February 25, 2015, 1:39 pm

      Cannon Pictures would have KILLED to have baddies like this.

      What you wanna bet that every two bit screenwriter is pounding out his ISIS script even now.

    • David Doppler
      February 25, 2015, 1:43 pm

      Taxi, are you speculating or do you have real evidence of specific Zionist/Hollywood individual(s) involvement in ISIS’s slick PR campaign?

      • Giles
        February 25, 2015, 2:52 pm

        David. I believe you will find if you do enuff digging that these ISIS videos we are being shown actually are made public by an organization called “SITE Intelligence”. Do a little research into that organization and you will find it is a Muslim hating site founded and run by Islamaphobic Zionist Rita Katz, an Iranian Jew whose father was arrested years ago for spying for Israel.

        I am not 100% sure they have supplied all the videos but the MSM let their name slip as the provider of a couple of the early ones.

        I would say it is a better than 50% chance the videos are fake.

      • Taxi
        February 25, 2015, 3:29 pm

        David,

        I have no “real evidence”, but I have a few ‘indicators’, plus strong instinct. Like, why would ISIS design and wear a uniform identical to one found in a few Hollywood movies? The designs are not authentic-indigenous (to Arabs in prophet Mohammad’s time), they’re not historic replicas, they’re Hollywood’s idea of it – yes, the design is close enough, but not quite it – too much ‘flair’ and body-enhancing stitch-lines are involved to render them purely for warfare – more like for camerafare.

        Their matching black boots are way too trendy for people who are fashion-challenged, nay who are anti fashion. And nary a flake of dust or a crease on them boots – always shiny – like a wardrobe professional pinned, preened and primed the fighters before their photo shoot.

        The theatrics of some of ISIS’s execution videos – the Jordanian pilot’s execution by fire, for instance: I mean they put the poor man in a cage and poured gun powder around its base, trailing a straight line of gunpowder some ten feet away from the cage where the end would be lit from a safe distance – I mean Tom and Jerry much? And the horrific beheading execution of the 21 Egyptian christian Copts by the beautiful rolling surf: cuffed and condemned prisoners in pristine orange jumpsuits stumbling along the blue sea in a single file, and beside each one of them, an exceptionally tall sword-carrying executioner in shiny black ISIS uniform and face-scarf. I mean have we not seen this composition in movies before? Is this not spectacular dramatics? Using wardrobe, prop and location to maximum effect – a Hollywood specialty. There are other examples.

        It’s all trying too hard to push/hype the ‘image’ above all else – another Hollywood specialty.

        I watched a TV interview with an ex-ISIS fighter who says that ISIS performs many mock executions on a single hostage, on every hostage, before they kill them – he said some of these mocks are filmed. My question is, who’s got the ISIS mock-execution footage library and what the heck are they specifically doing with this mock footage?

        I know the above all sounds too silly of a lead, but it bugs the heck out of me every time I glimpse new footage or photos of ISIS looking so Hollywood.

      • David Doppler
        February 25, 2015, 7:04 pm

        Thanks Giles and Taxi. You’ve fed my vaguely-formed suspicions with plenty of fodder for a good investigative journalist to take and run with. Are there any investigative journalists who read this site?

  7. Walid
    February 25, 2015, 12:48 pm

    “In the category for Best Visual Effects – for making women disappear from the public sphere, the Oscar goes to… surprise surprise… Saudi Arabia. No competition there. ”

    That’s the thanks Saudia gets from the Zionists for kissing up to them, for helping normalize relations with them, for inviting them to interfaith conferences, for alowing them a flight corridor to hit Iran etc etc etc. Israel doesn’t have a real friend in the world.

    • Maximus Decimus Meridius
      February 25, 2015, 1:38 pm

      Yup. Not that I feel sorry for the Saudis in any way, but no ally will ever be good enough for Israel. The stupid Yanks give them $3 billion a year and they spit in their faces. As As’ad Abu Khalil has said, no Arab leader, no matter how supine, can ever go far enough for Israel. Not Arafat, not Abbas nor even their anointed leader of Lebanon, Bashir Gemayel, who went crying to his daddy about how the Israelis treated him like an imbecile, there to do their bidding.

      • amigo
        February 25, 2015, 1:47 pm

        “Yup. Not that I feel sorry for the Saudis in any way, but no ally will ever be good enough for Israel. ” MDM

        Recall what happened to the Turkish Ambassador when he got out of line and was given the Dreaded Low chair treatment by Ayalon.Way to go Israel.Show your NATO Allies who is boss.

      • Maximus Decimus Meridius
        February 25, 2015, 2:51 pm

        Exactly. Or the time the Moldovan nite klub bouncer told the Swedish FM that the Middle East wasn’t constructed from an Ikea flat pack, or something like that.

        On the article about the ‘air rage’ incident there was much discussion as to why Israelis are just so obnoxiously rude and hostile. With ‘leaders’ like they have, can there by any surprise? This is the result of a society built on aggressor victimhood, and it ain’t pretty.

    • bintbiba
      February 25, 2015, 3:37 pm

      Taxi…. you nailed it !

      Those black costumes looked fishy from the start… Out of time ,style / culture !

      • a blah chick
        February 25, 2015, 4:05 pm

        The black flags are what got me to scratching my head. Would self described Islamic warriors be carrying green flags or some such?

        I recall saying to my father some weeks back that these guys looked like Middle Eastern bad guys straight from central casting.

    • Walid
      February 26, 2015, 2:07 am

      The world upside down. Now the Americans are saying the Israelis are the bad guys and the Arabs are saying the Israelis are the good guys. And this in spite of Israel awarding a stink bomb Oscar to Saudia.

      From al-Manar:

      “Kerry Blasts Zionist Stances on N-Deal, KSA Welcomes Israel Jets to Strike Iran

      Local Editor
      US Secretary of State John Kerry blasted the Zionist PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s stances which oppose the nuclear deal between Iran and the West, stressing that what has been said about the talks is false.

      Netanyahu had said that Iran would be able to produce nuclear bombs with an international acceptance after reaching the deal.

      For its part, Saudi Arabia expressed its readiness to let the Israeli warplanes use its airspace in order to strike the Iranian nuclear facilities, according to Israeli media sources.

      The sources added that Riyadh and Tel Aviv are coordinating their political and field positions on Iran.”

      http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/main.php

      • Taxi
        February 26, 2015, 2:19 am

        Looks to me that Iran outsmarted both the saudis and the israelis on this issue.

        It’s all for domestic show, Walid, this saudi-israeli alliance against Iran. But neither will go as far as striking Iran – yeah they’ll perform a few threatening dances together, but that’s as far as it will go.

        And why wouldn’t they strike, you ask? Simply because israel is not willing to put tel aviv in the line of 10.000 missile fires, and saudi arabia is not willing to have its industrial water plants in the line of missiles either. This is what the Iranians said they would target should they be attacked by israel thru saudi arabia. And they’re able to do a heck of a lot more damage too. Besides, the global zeitgeist is currently against striking Iran and for striking ISIS and her psycho sisters.

      • Walid
        February 26, 2015, 2:50 am

        Taxi, you probably saw yesterday’s Iranian naval excerices around Hormuz and how carriers would be taken down. Very impressive and I agree with you that neither Saudia nor Israel would dare attack Iran unless they were assured that the US would come to their rescue. The US has its hands full elsewhere these days.

      • Taxi
        February 26, 2015, 3:05 am

        Walid,

        Yeah I saw TV footage of the Iranian exercise – very impressive indeed. Now combine that with this:
        Cyprus Signs Military Deal to let Russian Navy Ships Dock:
        https://tv.yahoo.com/news/cyprus-signs-military-deal-russia-144600783.html

        (I have the above article on my friendfeed page: http://friendfeed.com/taaxi)

        My analysis of the Cyprus deal: Putin wants to check our Sixth Fleet in the Med. Unfinished business between USA and Russia in the Med going all the way back to the Yom Kippur War maritime confrontation between our Sixth Flee and the ‘Soviet Union’. Putin is also saying: THE USA MUST SHARE THE MIDEAST WITH RUSSIA! Never mind that Cyprus is a shot shot away from Syria too.

        Our Empire’s power is hemorrhaging in the Middle East.

      • Walid
        February 26, 2015, 3:24 am

        Could Russia be preparing an exit out of Syria? I wouldnt put it past these big powers that keep making under-the-table and pie-sharing deals between each other.

      • Taxi
        February 26, 2015, 3:36 am

        Walid,

        I don’t think Putin is in the mood to do deals with USA at the moment. He’s too angry over USA/Nato-Europe willfully unleashing the Ukraine crisis as punishment for his stand on Syria. And Putin now absolutely needs a foothold in the Med, especially that Nato is trying to push the Russians back eastwards and away from the western sphere. The cold war is back on again, Walid, but at this stage, we see manifestations of it through proxy wars and not through direct standoffs.

        Obama was very unwise to have thrown the Ukraine at Putin – his timing on this one was completely off by several decades! Right now, American Empire needs friends and especially powerful ones, even if they’re only temporary alliances.

      • Annie Robbins
        February 26, 2015, 3:38 am

        you’re so smart taxi.

        Obama was very unwise to have thrown the Ukraine at Putin

        keep thinking of victoria nuland. what a vicious deadly gambit.

      • Walid
        February 26, 2015, 3:57 am

        I thought Ukraine was the payback for Georgia.

      • Taxi
        February 26, 2015, 6:44 am

        Georgia was a weather-vane sent out by Nato, with USA approval, to test out Russia’s response – a scout to feel out the waters. Ukraine on the other hand is 100% USA’s brainchild, backed by Nato. So, I’m thinking here that Ukraine is a direct punishment for Syria – and perhaps an indirect punishment for Georgia too. But Syria is undoubtedly the headliner, Walid, not Georgia.

      • seafoid
        February 26, 2015, 6:57 am

        Ukraine is a mess. I can’t believe anyone in DC planned it.

        http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/3a243bb4-3a5f-11e4-bd08-00144feabdc0.html

        “Then the Russians invaded,” one soldier from the unit told the Financial Times, clutching his charred and swollen fingers.Dozens of unmarked tanks, armoured personnel carriers, missile launchers and military trucks, he said, appeared on the road from the border. The unit suddenly faced not just the rebels but regular Russian troops, and artillery barrages from inside Russia that turned the area into what another survivor called a “furnace, pure hell”.
        When rumours spread that Chechen mercenaries – with a reputation for torturing captives – would follow in a “clean-up” operation, what remained of the Ukrainian unit panicked.“Some of our boys shot themselves in the head, right in front of me,” said the soldier, asking not to be identified as he was not authorised to speak to the press. “Others dropped their weapons and fled on foot, chased through the fields. A handful of us were lucky to get out alive.”

        The propaganda in the Russian media is nuts too.

        http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/36e6cb8c-458c-11e4-ab10-00144feabdc0.html

        “Although they claim to be fighting against Nazis” – who, according to Russian propaganda, have taken over Kiev – “they are themselves like a light version of the Nazis,” Mr Potekhin said. “They’re driven to extreme violence by Russian nationalist views, hatred, and intolerance of all western culture, homosexuals, and Catholics.
        “The effect of brainwashing by Russian television is more serious than I could ever have imagined.”

      • Bornajoo
        February 26, 2015, 7:01 am

        Seafoid
        You are right that there are always 2 sides to every story.

        I don’t think that “planned” is the right word either. What DC does very well is to help stir up and bring to the boil what is already there when it suits their purposes

      • seafoid
        February 26, 2015, 7:36 am

        I think Ukraine, Syria, Egypt and Libya are all reverberations of the global financial crisis. They are all on the periphery of Europe, are not core countries and the financial shocks from 2008 on pushed them over the edge. Things like food prices and remittances and debt levels. Ukraine fell apart over corruption and a bankrupt state. Maybe the Yanks are involved but the chaos has other parents.

      • Taxi
        February 26, 2015, 7:41 am

        Seafoid,

        Who do you think has been arming the Ukrainian (so-called) rebels? And when do you think the arming began?

        The answer is USA armed them, soon after Georgia’s defeat. Ukraine is Plan B, if you like.

        And just so that everyone understands the Ukrainian demographics:, the Russians living there are a minority and they’ve been living there for several hundred years before Perestroika – when EVERYONE in the Ukraine considered themselves Russian.

        Ukraine demography: Ukrainian 77.8%, Russian 17.3%, Belarusian 0.6%, Moldovan 0.5%, Crimean Tatar 0.5%, Bulgarian 0.4%, Hungarian 0.3%, Romanian 0.3%, Polish 0.3%, Jewish 0.2%, other 1.8% http://www.indexmundi.com/ukraine/demographics_profile.html

        And what is the official language of the Ukraine? Russian.

        The Ukrainian ‘rebels’ are out of touch with history and current reality if they think they can divorce themselves from the Russian sphere – and USA knows this, but punish Russia Empire must.

        Ultimately, it is the American tax payer who will pour dollars down the sinkhole that is the Ukraine. So Really, the tax payer has got to tell their representative that the Ukraine is a bridge to nowhere but death of innocents and wasted American wealth and that if they pursue this bad idea that is the Ukraine, then votes will not be handed to that representative.

      • RoHa
        February 26, 2015, 8:14 am

        Bit confusing, there, Taxi.

        It’s pretty obvious that the US engineered the coup that overthrew the government, but I haven’t seen anything to suggest they gave any support to the Russian speaking rebels in the East. Those rebels got a lot of their equipment from the Ukrainian army. I’m pretty sure they are getting some supplies and advice from Russia, but I haven’t seen any decent evidence of Russian regulars crossing the border. The chief of the Ukrainian armed forces recently denied that they were fighting actual Russians.

        The official language of the Ukraine is Ukrainian (very similar to Russian) and as far as I know Ukrainian speaking Ukrainians generally regarded themselves as Ukrainian. I don’t know whether previously they regarded themselves as being a subgroup of Russians in the way that the Welsh are a subgroup of the British, or whether they regarded themselves as distinct from Russians in the way the Welsh are distinct from the English.

      • seafoid
        February 26, 2015, 8:41 am

        Taxi

        The Kiev government made a lot of mistakes after the previous PM was deposed. Putin played them like a musical instrument.
        But longer term Russia won’t be able to give Eastern Ukraine much economically.
        The country is a basket case. It exports women as prostitutes. Corruption is world class.
        It needs a Marshall plan to get back on its feet.

  8. amigo
    February 25, 2015, 1:04 pm

    In the following categories , the Razzies go to!!!

    Worst Movie—Saving Israel.

    Worst director—Benji minuteman yahoo.

    Worst script—Ron Prosor.

    Worst screenplay—Theodore hertzel.

    Worst actor—Josie Lieberman.

    Worst actress–Tipsi lie-vni.

    Worst supporting actor—Naftali Bennet.

    The lifetime achievement award was presented to Shimon Peres.

  9. eljay
    February 25, 2015, 2:02 pm

    In the Best Actor Category – for acting like a peace loving country while developing nuclear capabilities, denying the Holocaust, and threatening the destruction of another member state… the Oscar goes to Iran.

    Israel – which claims to be a “moral beacon” and “Western-style democracy” – was hoping to snag the Best Actor award, but its acting sucked. :-(

    It did, however, get to take home the Best Aggressor-Victimhood award. :-)

  10. pjdude
    February 25, 2015, 3:49 pm

    i find it Israeli delusions humerous saying the palestinians are rewriting history when the entire Israeli mythology and idea is based on historical revision. Israel rewrites history to suit its needs constantly

    • just
      February 25, 2015, 3:59 pm

      “the entire Israeli mythology and idea is based on historical revision.”

      Revision and denial.

      (It’s also based on a book or two that was written by men and revised, as well…)

  11. Bornajoo
    February 25, 2015, 7:42 pm

    You can’t make this stuff up!

    Sorry, I just had to say that.

  12. Atlantaiconoclast
    February 26, 2015, 12:10 am

    So Israel thinks its wrong for Assad to kill civilians, even if he is trying to kill Islamic extremists who eat hearts and crucify people, but thinks its ok for it to kill civilian Palestinians, the vast majority of whom don’t ever use violence to resist an illegal occupation? I really despise this complete lack of awareness among most Israelis. The chutzpah!

    • Kay24
      February 26, 2015, 7:17 am

      BBC International breaking news: Jihadi John the ISIS beheader with the British accent, has been identified as Mohammed Enzawi.

      Hope they get this killer, soon.

  13. Walid
    February 26, 2015, 11:11 am

    Speaking of the enlightened ones, today they took sledge hammers to the archeological museum of Mosul destroying vestiges of Assyrian art, among them a statue from 1000 B.C.

    Wahhabism is doing wonders to the religion. What the Americans and Israelis didn’t steal of Iraq’s rich cultural heritage, Israel’s pals at ISIS are destroying..

    • Walid
      February 26, 2015, 11:21 am

      “men” at work:

      • Walid
        February 26, 2015, 12:38 pm

        retry of video:

    • Taxi
      February 26, 2015, 11:28 am

      That just makes me so f*cking angry!!!

    • bintbiba
      February 26, 2015, 11:29 am

      ” The barbarians are at the Gates”…… they were …and now they’ve crashed through the Gates and are delivering their infernal rejection of all that is civilising , beautiful. inspiring and soulful.
      Music , Art and the Written Word are anathema to them unless it coincides with their ugly, medieval obscurantism.

      Walid…. I am in mourning for our Humanity . I don’t know where we go from here.

    • eljay
      February 26, 2015, 3:40 pm

      || Walid: Speaking of the enlightened ones, today they took sledge hammers to the archeological museum of Mosul destroying vestiges of Assyrian art, among them a statue from 1000 B.C. ||

      Motherf*ckers! Mentally hobbled by religion and hatred. >:-(

  14. Walid
    February 26, 2015, 12:20 pm

    Bintbiba, it was heartbreaking to watch those barbararians smash history from 3000 years in a matter of minutes. I just noticed that the video has been blocked by YouTube.

  15. JaapBo
    February 26, 2015, 12:57 pm

    And the Oscar for the most hypocritical state goes to ….. ISRAEL!
    No surprise there.

  16. brenda at fol
    February 27, 2015, 4:53 am

    And the best comedy performance goes to. . . Israel! So completely ridiculous that it ought to be funny. But having a hard time getting past Israel’s own racist, hateful violence to be able to laugh at their stupidity.

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