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  • Debunking 18 claims justifying this week's Gaza massacre
    • Oh, and speaking about Johnny, don't you just love it when a murderer gravely says "tragedy"?

    • Our Johnny isn't content with being exposed as a nut and an enemy of logic. He always must insist endlessly, every time revealing more of his hateful make-up.

      “All Zionists of course are all Zionists!”
      But are they all the same?

      They are all the same in the point I'm interested in, viz. they are by definition people who support or are colonist settlers, apparently on behalf of GB and the US, imbued by a racist, aggressive and genocidal ideology that is the precursor and the historical twin of Nazism. And operating as a friggin cancer on the world's face. Like your good self, also such a material supporter. What are the "differences" that would mean anything, once we know the core characteristics?

    • So what's your problem, tovarischtsch?
      It does effectively drive you nuts (as if you were sane before.) He was entirely correct.
      And "burning" one's inhuman oppressors is the least one could wish. We're all human, after all, and that is the natural response you get to what you are doing. And --you were told so, back then.

    • Jackzz,

      One sure wishes they be hanged in Nuremberg, or whatever is supposed to be done to them today, as per international law.
      When the law isn't applied, popular justice has to replace it. Get out while the going is good. Pity we won't be able to try you when you run back home.

    • Route 66

      the statement that no parent would put their kids in intentional harms way is patently false.

      Perhaps, but in Palestine the kids are in harm's way even in their beds asleep. Ever occurred to our genius? Want more pictures of children, not to mention adults, made into mush or wounded in their refugee huts? Ever wondered why the Tamimi kid who was rescued from strangulation by the SS a couple years ago wore a plaster? His arm had been broken by a gas canister shot into his room. Oh, and what about the 8-month-old girl just suffocated day before yesterday in her sleep by Azraeli gas? Not in harm's way. eh?

      I would appreciate your thoughts on the many posts here which take the actions of a handful of Israelis and then assume that all Israelis or Zionists are the same.

      All Zionists of course are all Zionists!
      If this is the level of intelligence with which our Johnny practices medicine (so he says), woe to the poor patient.

    • You guys don’t seem to understand that Hamas’s actions don’t justify what Israel does

      and that "Israel"s action justifies most anything Hamas might do.

  • Peace begins with Israel ending the Nakba
    • What did Palestinians gain with these peaceful protests except sorrow?

      1. More respect from American and similar liberaloids for whom "nonviolent" suicide is the supreme good by itself

      2. To be considered as even weaker than they are by the ZionUS, of whom we know the grammar: anyone who doesn't hurt us physically sets himself up for even more contempt and more violent treatment next time.

      If peoples under German occupation in the Nazi era had done as the liberals told them, their offspring would not "be speaking German" as the American joke goes, they would not exist. The basic principle was, thankfully, to fight instead of listening to liberaloid sympathizers with the enemy. My uncle's first take-home lesson at the resistance training was: never die without taking at least one of the bastards with you.

      The more you listen to the idolaters of "non-violence" for its own sake, the more you get dictation from the enemy.

    • Gamal,
      To ex-pupils of the US school system, Washington means what others see in Guevara, Abdelkader, Mau-Mau, Ben Bella, etc.
      Inapt but true.

    • American peacemakers, whether cynical or genuine in their efforts, have consistently failed to understand the essence of the conflict in Palestine. If they ever want to solve it...

      "If". Professor, the only value recognized in the States is money and there is plenty of it around to buy any "peacemaker". Why would they want to solve it... except by the Zionist-approved, originally all-American method of genocide of the indigenous owners?

    • An 8-month infant is a little baby. Ask your dictionary or thesaurus.
      The same thesaurus will also provide you with enough terms to apply to people who defend criminals against humanity --for a stipend or out of genocidal ideology.

    • But of course, Nut.
      Palestine must be given back yo its owners, the Palestinan people. No ifs and buts.
      And what's wrong with that?
      Try to make a case that stands before you write nonsense.

  • Canadian doctor: Israeli soldiers shot me in both legs as I was treating injured protesters in Gaza
    • Question asked and somehow answered starting 8'09" in

    • Despite our efforts to clearly identify ourselves as first responders, several of our medical team were wounded by Israeli live fire. One paramedic, Musa Abuhassanin, was killed...

      "Despite"? Nah, they are Zionists. It's because

  • 'NYT' writer who claims Zionism and human rights are intertwined ignores Palestinians
    • given the deeply engrained chosen-tribal nature of Zionism it is folly to think Zionists will ever come to their senses and chose to fold themselves into the global community.

      This is precisely why no amount of study of the Confederates, no amount of facts, no lengths of logical argument will make them stop. Ever. Until they are coerced.

  • Gaza massacre ends American political oath: Israel support is bipartisan
    • Is there a cure for hopeless optimism? If yes, it's past time to get treatment.
      Now is the end of bipartisan support to Zionism, eh?
      Again. And again.
      Only that the Dim party is the main administrator of US Imperialism and part of the Zionist management.

      If you can imagine that it will ever change policy to conform to some of its starry-eyed peons, kindly provide a minimum of established data to support what on its face is utter nonsense.

  • After the Gaza massacre, how can Jews sleep well at night?
    • With all the atrocities that left Jews sleeping well, it's not as if one more massacre would suddenly wake them up. Arguably in 1948, most obviously in 1967 they did embrace Zionism. It's no use denying this. Also, it's no use pretending that it will be enough to observe that one's own little precious person does not approve --as long as one remains attached to this tribe.
      Still speaking to your Zionist relatives is approval. The only really effective protest is to reject them.

  • For we are God's special victims (an ode to the state of Israel)
    • Abou Bakr:

      This isn’t the WWE or some sporting event. There is no such concept of’fair’

      I'll be danged, I never imagined Bakr would be the only sane voice in here.

      Very well said!

      We are in a war started by a horde of USUK-propped invaders.. Look the word "war" up, it just means no pulling punches. These invaders are the least likely people on earth to suddenly get reasonable because of non-violent tactics but they are all under militia obligation and outside most protections; also the more people are massacred in plain sight the more the Eurocolonials are cheering through their crocodile tears.

      You started war and you won't be able to avoid getting it by the cartload. I'm guessing that even Palestinians won't let themselves be talked into collective suicide year after year by a bunch of do-gooders and relatives of Zionists preaching fake-Gandhi BS to the victims. That's how things work in the world, no matter if we want it or not: even Palestinians will wake up and the US' comeuppance is now being hastened. "Most powerful"? Yeah, your Nazi buddies have been just that, too.

      Get your @$$ outta there while it's time.

    • “Naftush”, aren’t you inspired by the thought that the actions of Israel will play a large part in this and future generation decision to remain Jewish or affiliate with organized Judaism?

      Bingo, Mooser.
      What is still so hard to understand for me is how come you guys don't unjew yourselves PDQ.

  • West's failure to act will be cause of the next Gaza massacre
    • Not possible within the US system.
      We have to experience defeat and bankruptcy first, as a world power.
      We can help by effectively supporting any resistance to US imperialism.
      One way to start it is to help Palestinian resistance get rid of its Quislings, to finally start hurting the occupier again after all these years.
      No one can guess how it will end but the history of 20th century decolonization and resistance to fascism gives a little hope. It certainly is better than today's masochist whining.

  • 'Today is one of the most tragic days in the history of the Jewish people': one American Jew's response to the Gaza massacre
    • Howard addressed this to the Israel Action Committee of his synagogue. He was obviously working on the principle that such of course such people only care about Jews

      Of course he was. The point is that this Mr Howard is one of these people; it is "his Synagogue". As so blindingly shown by his writing, too.

    • Annie,

      Middle-school level flippancy is not exactly what we expect from you.

    • Mr Howard,

      Instead of publishing yet another intra-tribal feelgood lament on MW, come back when your letter has worked and your Westchester synagogue, of all places, openly opposes Zionism.

      Until then, we have to work with the general American public, less than 1% of whom frequent synagogues.

  • Stars — They’re Just Like Us: Celebs outraged over Gaza are speaking out
    • Shenfield,

      The problem with "internal opposition" by invaders, or offspring thereof, to Zionism in the Zionist entity is not that it's not being reported. It is, and in fact the relatively little we hear of it is already out of proportion to its real reach.

      The problem is essentially the same as with symbolic anti-Nazi opposition within Nazi Germany; it's futile. The energy would be better spent organizing resistance from abroad. This would also be morally the better solution for those "Jewish" opponents, as their continued presence on Palestinian soil only helps compound the war crime of civilian occupation (if invader offspring) or violates the boycott (if immigrants or visitors.)

    • It will be hard to disprove that we can observe these wonderful episodes of change of heart thanks to the fact that Trump is president instead of Obama.

      The horror of the 2014 massacre under (/by) a Dim prez failed to elicit an even remotely comparable response. See, even Sanders is speaking out!

  • The New York Times can't even report on the Eurovision Song Contest without resorting to Israeli propaganda
    • Mayhem

      Still thinks occupied Palestine is in Italy and in Europe.
      Any schoolkid, even perhaps if American, knows better.

  • Nikki Haley blames Iran, Hamas for deaths of Palestinian protesters, as UN officials call to investigate Israel
    • Zaid,

      No basis for that. We also heard that the Dims (and lot of pukes, too) were never going to vote for a black man. Or a Catholic.

      The only thing that counts is that they be vile and criminal enough.

  • 'Gaza, Gaza' is chant from Palestinians demonstrating near new US embassy
    • Aboubakr may be the most dada of the Zionists who practice the theater of the absurd over here.
      If the entire Zio population consists in hand-picked invaders, thieves, murderers and anyway criminals as defined by GC, well duh they won't be much divided in the matter of their crimes.

      Looks like it takes a rocket designer to figure it out.

  • 'Superpowers will not give us freedom so we will take it with our own hands': scenes from Gaza's final Friday protest at the border
    • The place where I live is my home

      Says a certain John S

      Sounds like a waiver of his right to return to the US.

  • Mahmoud Abbas seals his intellectually impoverished legacy
    • What a disgrace to read Palestinians attacking their own Quisling for being insufficiently friendly to their tribal invaders.

      So what is the major problem while Palestinians are again being massacred by the US+Zionists (a majority of the Jews)+their PA goons? "Anti-Semitism" and unfriendliness toward the JVP fraud. That's what you call keeping one's priorities straight, I suppose.

      The tribal so-called opposition and its collaborators look more and more like effectively under the control of the Zionist propaganda network.

  • Israeli cemeteries in the West Bank send a message-- Settlers are never leaving
    • Very nice, typical Jewish-nationalist, born-again Zionist Israelian name, eh, Vyacheslav Makhamat-Yusupov. Typical product of the Holy Homeland.

    • “It’s a direct threat to our future,” Zubeidi told Mondoweiss. “It shows us that the settlers are going to stay. They will never leave our lands..."

      voluntarily they won't. Duh. Like we haven't known that since at least the 1920s.

      because now even their dead are buried here.”

      So what, they can always leave the dead --as long as the live ones are expelled. It's not a "because".

      Apart from the tactics of planting tombs to occupy more land connecting "official" settlements, how is that any different in principle from the pre-67 conquest? One would imagine that basic questions like this would be asked in at least a few of the reports on MW.

  • Kovel's 'Overcoming Zionism' was ahead of its time
    • That’s some left they got there in Israel

      Whazzamatter, you got a problem with Socialism --I mean with National Socialism?

    • Again --but not in the text, only in the headline, for which the author is almost certainly not to blame, the nonsense of "ahead of its times"!
      So according to someone there, there is a time when it is fit and proper to agree with the abomination of Zionism? Or is there another meaning to that strange "ahead of its time"?

  • Roseanne Barr says she will fight Jews supporting BDS by educating them about Torah
    • And how does that make her more of an "extremist" than the other Zionists --Democrats and Republicans?

  • Philadelphia Jewish groups try to stop publication of article critical of Israel, insist on BDS training for Inquirer editors
    • American Jews are not educated in the same way as Israeli Jews

      As a matter of fact, they are. Mostly. Those who cling to the identity grow up in the Zio bubble, go to brainwash camps and on top of all that they experience US education (hellbent on eliminating critical thinking, justifying aggression and conquest --no resemblance to civilized countries) and US life at large, awash in Zionist propaganda.
      Where do you think Zionist entity soldiers and "settlers" are recruited from?

    • Lyn117,

      That applies to all Zionist movement invaders since 1897. They all are equally illegal there, without a clear approval from a majority of the Palestinian people consulted properly and without duress.

    • Maghlawatan

      Philly Jews are reduced to shilling for Israel. The community is surely better than that

      Yeah, they can slaughter a whole elephant in front of your eyes and you'll still insist that they couldn't hurt a fly, as underscored by Broadside

      If they were "better than" what they are actually doing, we'd have one more Maghla-style problem with logic.

    • Boris,

      But of course she IS a corpse.
      She still plays in "The Return of the Zombies".

  • Is the Saudi Prince becoming a Zionist?
  • The 'One Democratic State Campaign' program for a multicultural democratic state in Palestine/Israel
    • Keith,

      All correct, and you correctly identify the message heard everywhere as being "stop the blockade". My point, though, is that this is not and does not have to be exclusive of the middle-term political revendications. In fact this is the only way political movements educate the public, introducing essential goals while fighting for the shorter-term ones.
      The other problem, of course, is that the USZio do not feel any need to compromise in any way nowadays. Europe is entirely their plaything and other pressures are unlikely. So a short-term success against the blockade is not really in the cards.

    • Hunter,

      I don’t believe complete justice is attainable – namely the return of all of historic Palestine to the Palestinians to do with as they please

      I don't know about "complete" justice but even with resounding successes in history, justice does not happen. More important, though, is that social and geopolitical dynamics have a way of making this kind of detailed planning futile.
      The return of colonies, some of them settler-colonies, has been achieved in a number of places even though the expressed political programs were very different at times. Different African countries, especially Algeria, were freed in a favorable period. South Africa had to accept a heavy compromise --other times, and an early opportunity for peace. You never know, so never say never. Who knows, things may even turn out so that they conform to Palestinian popular will.

      One thing seems sure: it's not by making plans for an acceptable compromise when the enemy does not need to compromise at all that one gets there.

    • Keith,

      There is no contradiction between doing everything to achieve a forcible lifting of the blockade and, at the same time, educating the world about Zionist aggression, genocide and a right of return sanctioned both by basic international law and the colonial powers' own UN resolutions. The two, in fact, are complementary. Focusing on the blockade is perfectly possible while making the case for the RoR. Supporters of the first are not necessarily supporters of the second, that's a given. Not a prohibition to opposing the blockade, though. It's a bit as with the official "BDS" --it doesn't lose anything if I go around asking for the restitution of Palestine while the official aim is RoR.

      Good luck with the first, though, if you sincerely believe that it is possible in the short term --when a reactionary wave worse than 36 is sweeping Europe and the US.

    • Our resident sadist Catalan better become the next dictator maximus of the Zionist goons and order them to surrender when boycotted.
      Otherwise boycotts are just the appetizers and we'll have huge losses on all sides. Something tells me that they aren't as good-natured as our Catalan and they will need as much as their teachers had to endure before agreeing to something as elementary as the Right of Return.

    • focus on the right of return. And I think that’s a complete disaster, because you can’t get public opinion behind it./blockquote>

      With all due respect, Finkelstein is full of it re understanding what will "get public opinion behind it".

  • Netanyahu's cheap theatrics fall flat, but alas, he has an audience of one -- Trump
    • Not to mention that "Israel" is an illegal invader with each inch of its territory stolen by bloody conquest and banditry. It has no land at all that it can call its own.
      And this must be underlined every single time we discuss it.

  • Young Jews won't cry over the end of the Zionist dream, Beinart says
    • Mooser,

      I'm fairly sure "honor" has gone out the window long ago. At least mine. You're free to worry about yours, however, when you attempt your diversions.

    • Maghlawatan,

      The Zionist Beinart will dance anything as long as the Zionist invader goons are allowed to continue squatting somewhere in Palestine. He only is protesting Zionism's "unseemly excesses", not Zionism itself.

      Also, every kind of refuse in human form, including Zionists, has danced the dabke. Kindly provide one reasonable explanation for your claim.

  • The end of exclusivity
    • Many Palestinians and their allies had long maintained that the Palestine predicament was absolutely unique

      What an outlandish statement. Ms Elia will really have to work hard to solidly document that! Let's see the proof.

      Consider how much, when there physically was a Palestinian resistance, it has always been a conscious part of the anticolonial and anti-imperialist movement worldwide, and the mutual support, from Cuba to Algeria to South Africa.

  • IDF claims most Gazan casualties were 'accidental'
    • an appeal by several human rights organizations, including ‘Adala, Association for Civil Rights in Israel, and Yesh Din demanding that the IDF stop its policy of shooting unarmed protesters with live ammunition

      This is one instance of what is so wrong with even the microscopic, impotent remains of a shadow of internal opposition within the Zionist invaders --those opponents of Zionism who insist in continuing to squat unauthorized themselves. Claims such as "I won't interfere with your murder but please murder with a blunter instrument" only encourage the aggressor. They have always done so, including during the rise of Nazism and other parallel situations.

      It's so difficult to even realize that the author means that seriously.

  • Flaming kites mark fifth Friday of Gaza protests
    • Sure, Mooser, WWII was all about Jews.

    • To the Zionut:

      Violent or non-violent is totally irrelevant and misleading. The invaded and occupied have every right to be as violent as they want and the invaders, including you and your family, have no right to be there, let alone apply any violence.
      Get the hell out. You may not be lucky enough to be met with nice, calm behavior if you come back to the States too late, you know.

  • Israel needs Palestinian violence to shift world opinion -- and 'The New York Times' helps out!
    • Is there really a difference between foreign and domestic policy for "liberals"? As long as the politically correct decorum has been satisfied and they are given time to claim more crumbs fallen from the war profits table and to do their handwringing, they always end up with their toes on the imperialist line. The "non-Zionist" liberals, too.

  • U.S. and European clothing brands are skulking away from workplace safety in Bangladesh -- at int'l risk
    • Pitifully poor reporting of some tragic story that has absolutely zilch connection in any way or wise to Palestine, Zionist aggression, or the price of cat's milk.

      It also has nought connection, by the way, to "Muslim lives" --in a theocratically created country that only exists as a result of confessional-based compulsory population exchange, resulting in a 100% Muslim proletariat and 100% Muslim comprador capitalists and 100% Muslim police state.

      Besides, there is next to no information at all on the mechanisms by which some mentioned voluntary accords or understandings among monopoly capitalist corporations and the spending of money is supposed to magically provide "safety", nada discussion of imperialism or local class war, etc. etc. Just some somber cursing of the monopoly capital group that spends less --on what exactly is left unclear.

      What's the idea, MW? From the outside it looks as if you were trying your best to shed more readers, on the "right" or the "left", who aren't with bleeding heart, do-gooding Dim liberalism and those who get irritated by piss-poor reporting on totally off topic stuff. Instead of trying to attract and mobilize all those who agree to help Palestinian resistance to Zionism.

  • Las Vegas print shop refuses to print JVP banner over Israel politics
    • RoHa,

      Both Mill's marriage license example (in fact, that is in another shape a limitation strictly enforced in the US where the marriage license is required) and the restriction on philosophers are quite clear, thanks. No contest there.

      I am questioning the right of the law to force me into helping my political enemy.

      The obligation to sell bread to any customer* is not the same at all as a legal compulsion to assist my enemy in performing his despicable propaganda or destroy some treasured historical building. I am not the public transportation authority --that one clearly has to advertise both for me and for the lying bastards (if it advertises: it's not clear at all that it should do any advertising.)

      *the obligation to sell bread to the indigent is not so real in the US, as the client has to afford it.

    • Correct, Mooser, and that's what needed to be corrected. And it mainly was corrected. At least on paper, the Government does not support White supremacism.

    • The liberal crowd just doesn't mind legislation that hampers political action and speech as long as the "other side" is impaired, uh?

      Yes, stopping the anti-discrimination laws will liberate bigots and racists. It will also liberate those who need effective action to fight them.

      What doesn't seem clear to many here is that there is a wall between public and private. It's not the private citizen's job to accommodate his enemies. It's not the government's job to take sides.

    • John 66, reliably the same piece of "depends what I view it as".

      The thing we should worry most about in our lives is what his particular "Ziew" is. Yeah.

    • Old Geezer,

      Yes, that's under point 1.
      I guess 2 and 3 are not "quite clear" to you.

    • Annie,

      Yes, your meaning is a little clearer. You mean not being served because of some group discrimination by the business owner.
      I used to support legislation against such discrimination (provided it was against discrimination based on some accident of birth, not some optional trait.) After almost 60 years, though, I start thinking that this kind of legislation has finished being useful and that it might be much better if any discrimination was allowed to private actors. Because such freedom will allow to
      1. avoid the general hypocrisy and reveal the cockroaches
      2. organize more effective action to boycott the racists --till ruin ensues
      3. void any pretexts that are now being used to ban boycotts

    • Annie,

      I summarized the news and gave a link and issued two reminders. If that is not enough to boycott an already notorious Zionism supporter, no full-length article will do it either.

    • Thanks for the relatively good news.

    • there’s a big difference between choosing not to take your business to an establishment and not being allowed to take it there

      There's some law that would get me a fine or jail time if I buy a coffee at Dunkin Donuts or if I visit my usual bespoke tailor?
      This is NEWS, Annie.
      Or did you mean something else?

    • Keith,

      What does the “B” in BDS stand for? Are not supporters of BDS supposed to boycott businesses which support Israel and its treatment of the Palestinians? JVP can’t find any non-Zionist print shops in Las Vegas to print their banner? It has to be Valley Press? They have to give their business to Valley Press? Some boycott.

      Yeah, but this is re what JVP is about: boycotting select targets while supporting liberal tribal business, no matter if Zionist-sympathizer or not.

    • Annie,

      if you’re black just avoid taking your business to starbucks. oh yeah, that makes perfect sense.

      Again and yet again: if you are against Zionism, boycott Starbucks NOW:

      Hey Mondoweiss,

      Once again, how about contributing to boycott at home?

      Starbucks, the committed Zionist b&^%$, have chosen the ADL to give lessons of "antiracist sensitivity"!

    • Annie,

      So where in "Race, Color, Disability, Sex, Sexual Orientation (including transgender status), National Origin/Ancestry, Creed, Marital Status and Retaliation" do you see political opinion?

      What must be protected is not the obligation to help your own enemy. What any democracy is supposed to protect is the citizen's right to speech and political action, i.e. the right to refuse service and act against your political opponent. That printer is a Zionist hole, possibly a Zionist criminal, but if I agreed with the JVP nonsense of trying to force a private business to provide service against itself I would agree to forsaking my own right to political action.

      Besides, it might be a good idea for the censoring, witch-hunting enemies of free speech called JVP to avoid calling attention to their hypocrisy.

    • Annie, aren't you confusing private and public/subsidized business?

    • Fully agreed re Ms. Elia.
      The amusing thing is that we never heard your loud engagement for free speech regarding the criminal anti-BDS legislation or the hounding of activists, John 66.

    • Stop wasting your time and money...

      JVP is not wasting its time and money here, it is just establishing its liberaloid cred, sticking together with Zionist tribals provided they are "Liberal" and at the same time making a big stink to impose "progressive" restrictions on free speech --while denying free speech to real, principled anti-Zionists.

    • Sure it is legal. As long as you don't do it explicitly and demonstrably on the basis of skin color, religion, national origin or disability status. Political opinion is NOT protected, at least in the US.

    • Old Geezer,

      "We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone"

    • A SCOTUS ruling is not a remedy for the terminal stupidity of entrusting a DBS banner to a Zionist entity citizen without even checking her record (nder the ridiculous pretext that she's "progressive" --like Ben Gurion), then "progressively" denying her the right to choose her own customers.

    • Hey Mondoweiss,

      Once again, how about contributing to boycott at home?

      Starbucks, the committed Zionist b&^%$, have chosen the ADL to give lessons of "antiracist sensitivity"!

      Read this again:

    • Valley Press was recommended as a union shop that did excellent work for progressive causes at fair prices, so I asked them to print our banner

      "Progressive" means jack. JVP itself thinks it is "progressive" and does only talk to self-appointed "progressives", while it seems very able to perform character assassination and harassment of stout anti-Zionists.

    • Well, JVP, that's what happens when you don't research in advance and avoid taking your business to Zionism supporters, tribal or not.

      That's also what Boycott means: Do Not Give Any Business (or even the time of the day) to Any Supporters of Zionism. What's so hard to understand here?

  • George Washington student Senate passes divestment resolution as intimidation campaign continues
  • Adi Shosberger called Israeli soldiers ‘terrorists’ -- and Israel has turned on her
    • Hughes,

      If you expect Naftoosh to have read Herodotus (or to have read more by Morgenthau than the snippet posted by the Zionist Propagandaabteilung) you're expecting way too much.

    • Nafoosh

      Morgenthau did see Zionism as theft by the Jews of a land belonging to another people: the Syrian people

      Not "another people", slopoke, the same people. The part of that people that lived there is the Palestinian people, part of the Syrian people, pat of the Asian people, part of the world people.

      And the theft was not performed by the Jews but by the Zionists on behalf of GB.

      Besides, the thieves incoming from Bielorussia and Poland and Mars sure were thieves --not Syrian or Palestinian. Looks like you still are a master at shooting yourself in the foot.

    • [email protected]$$

      When you decide to go live as a non-protected invader in Palestine, expecting some of those oh-so-terrible firecrackers to land on your head.

    • As for the thing about "all Germans being complicit in Nazi Era", how about the diehard boycotters and shunners of everything German (except cannons and nuclear submarines)? They are the life and soul of the boycott-banning, unconstitutional legislation. And of the Zionist-operated genocide.

    • There is no percentage in staying in occupied Palestine among the invaders and being heroic.

      It doesn't make any more sense than staying in Germany in 1939 and opposing Nazism openly.

      The difference is that, for the moment being, death threats are generally only threats (wonder for how long), and that a majority of people in Nazi Germany, including the Master Race, had the excuse of being officially under a harsh dictatorship.)

  • Welcome the doubting liberals
    • I'm so sorry, Mooser, I didn't pay attention to your need for plain, obvious facts to be pointed out to you in official orders by high officers. And they better be military, of course. Not political commissars.

    • Mooser,

      Did you get the memo that says that we are in war, that it's being going full blast for 70+ years and that a lot of people are dying of it?
      Asking just to make sure.

      Your dislike of political commissars is noted --I can promise I won't mention them to you.

    • Shenfield,

      "Official", organized spies are not the problem.
      People who keep "loved ones" among the enemy in wartime are very much the problem.
      So are tribals who participate in resistance solidarity movements as tribally separate organizations and claim leadership.

  • Portman's move puts pressure on liberal Zionists to take a stand
    • Hunter,

      If Zionists were amenable to reason, i.e. able to put logic before dumb emotion, they would not be Zionists. That's why one must hit them where it really hurts: the emotional shock might either pull them away or make them suicidal.

    • RoHa,

      By all means keep your dialect. No one is objecting (as long as we can see the words in writing.) On our side, we'll go on with ours but only if it ceases to distress you.

    • ... instead of doing all they can (Zionist Jews) to prevent death and torture of innocents by Zionist Jews they are preoccupied with the scale or depth or commitment or slant each ZionistJew has to Zionism. It’s really quite maddening

      Maddening? Why, this is exactly what they are supposed to do. They are Zionists, so they are supposed to support "death and torture of innocents" (and divers other means to the same ends), not "prevent" that. Their bitching about who does better the "death and torture of innocents" is perfectly logical. Looks like it's time, my friend, to shed unfounded delusions about the residual humanity of Zionists.

    • So Jonas believes that Palestine invaded and militarily occupied Zionistan in 1897 just like the Nazis invaded and occupied Europe. Also that China and Korea invaded Japan. I suppose that next on the history lesson menu is something even better by Johnny S --the professional history teacher.

    • Strange. You otherwise sound very familiar with the different dialects of English.

  • Revealed: Israeli Justice Ministry directly involved in international 'lawfare' activities against BDS movement
  • Reclaiming Judaism from mystical nationalism
    • Well, Rabbi, I never doubted that the so-called Semitic religions --each one appropriating the preceding one and thus carrying the accumulated evil of all-- are not perceptibly different from each other, so no contest re Christian/Muslim violence etc. In fact, ditto for other religions, too.

      My problem is that no matter all the exegesis and talk and discussion, what there is to read about religion, especially for laymen, contains several serious incitements to genocide --from the mouth of the Big Boss himself, no less. If that is cautionary, then the caution is blasphemous. Logically speaking.

    • Rev. Davis,

      From its outset, rabbinic Judaism disdained Joshua’s genocide of the native inhabitants of Canaan and was critical of the Maccabees’ fusion of the role of king and priest. Destroying an entire people hasn’t been part of Judaism since before there was such a thing as rabbinic Judaism

      Even accepting all the good things you say about rabbinics, genocide is still on the books in several spots, officially on the main book/Old Testament, X,000 years of rabbinic opposition notwithstanding.

      So who should a layman like me believe? Controversial talk or my lying eyes?

  • 'Youtube' removes video tribute to Yaser Murtaja and other Gaza victims as 'sensational' incitement
    • Speaking as a very low-consuming user (only occasional music), I'd have absolutely no problem boycotting You Tube and I'm sure even a relatively small boycott campaign would shake the bastards. Can't the high-volume users switch to something else?

  • Natalie Portman opens a BDS Pandora's Box for liberal Zionists
    • Kroell,

      Very well said!

      Don’t try and diminish the symbolic implications of her gesture. Zionists are not going to hand Palestine back to the Palestinian people on a silver platter. This is a protracted struggle. Celebrate minor triumphs. Don’t be so monomaniacal in your ideology.

      There are two ways to use minor (or major) triumphs and build on them. One is uncritical glee and exaggeration, hoping that things are generally seen that way in society at large. The other is a critical examination of exactly what is happening, in order to identify how exactly to leverage it.

      By all means, one should encourage Ms Portman to stand fast and we must try to exacerbate the conflict among Zionists. It's just that I don't believe it's useful to deceive ourselves.

    • Ofir,

      Probably I wasn't clear enough, so you got a wrong impression of my objection.
      You look at it as if this were some act of "boycott" as we understand the act of opposing Zionist occupation. I'm saying that this is no boycott at all but merely one more internal spat between the "rightwing" genocidaires and the "liberal/human-faced" genocidaires.

      The fact that the PM represents the country's government is not more significant here than with the uncountable public acts of disrespect in the US by the coalition of the Democrats and Liberals and Warrepublicans and the CIA towards Trump, who after all is also head of state (unimportant edit to your text: the Yahoo is head of the government, the head of state in the Zionist entity is the President.)

      Of course everybody, his brother, and Mounayyer too, tries to present things favorably and they are fully justified in trying to nudge this apparently famous actress towards anti-Zionist commitment or BDS etc. Right now, however, all we have are clear statements that don't leave room for that kind of interpretation: all we have for now is the usual rivalry between two brands of the same abomination (as with Jstreet vs AIPAC, Sanders warmongering vs Yahoo warmongering, other intra-Jewish but all-Zionist Dim vs Puke theater, and the very many tiring examples of this stupid good cop-bad cop show.)

      [Besides, the Zionist "BDS" which is still a ball and chain on the official boycott movement cannot include the shunning of representatives of the state or a culture or academic boycott. That much is obvious. Generally your analyses are more accurate.]

    • The poster, recycled from the one supporting the election of a career criminal against humanity and a Zionist warmonger, already tells you who the actors will be in this campaign for gentler, kinder genocidaires.

    • 3) “We do not oppose boycott, divestment, or sanctions initiatives that explicitly support a two-state solution, recognize Israel’s right to exist, and focus only on occupied territory beyond the Green Line.”

      There's absolutely no contradiction between this LibZio maneuver and their Portman protest that only targets a Likud leader.

      But her act is in fact targeting the whole of Israel from its top down, non-selectively so, whether she likes it or not.

      Not at all. One wonders which facts allow you to make that up. It has been very explicitly stated by that actress that her only objection is to the Yahoo's presence. Far from being "the whole of Israel", he represents the rival gang of Zionists, ie those who are too uncouth and illiberal and give the game away, so endangering the future of the Zionist colonial cancer in Palestine (which is more competently defended by the Lib-nazionists of J-street.)

      This is a Pandora’s Box.

      Any evidence of unintended consequences? On the contrary, it looks exactly as calculated poneying for a relative political advantage by the Lib-nazionists.

  • In Photos: While the world watches Gaza, Israeli forces invade Nabi Saleh
    • What is in the zionist DNA that prompts them to view these thugs and killers as Heroes

      The same genes as in the US DNA, I suppose: just watch the militarist ceremonies at one ball game over here in extravagant adoration of our thugs and murderers. Who, by the way, have been working almost exclusively for the Zionist plan in these last 20 years.

  • Natalie Portman’s cancellation: Inching towards the tipping point
    • RoHa,
      Avoiding squabbles, especially with people who presumably mean well, is essentially a good thing.
      Correcting the record when ceaseless iterations of dangerously confused thinking help spread enemy propaganda unopposed and unquestioned may at times be preferable to domestic tranquility.

    • Eljay's confusion becomes contagious when he insists in making a mess of already well-defined terms with established usage.

      As far as I know, no-one denies the right of people to self-determine as Jewish – that is, to embrace the religion-based identity of Jewish

      It shouldn't be too hard to use "self-determination" for the proper meaning, as explained again by RoHa, and use an adequate verb, e.g. "self-identification", that would allow immediate understanding by a majority of readers.

      Besides, a "religion-based" identity cannot be "embraced" but by followers of a religion. Irreligious people self-identify on some other basis. In the case of the irreligious who call themselves "Jewish", the basis is that of "being born to a Jewish woman", The proper term for hereditary characters is "racial".

      Language is extensible and elastic --but within the limits of a social consensus. The use of "religious" as equal to "hereditary" belongs to a medieval system where the state was the executive arm of the Church and minorities were under the temporal administration of their respective Churches, no one being allowed individual rights. NO self-definition there at all. Nobody outside old Ottoman and today's Zionist entity law uses it like that any longer.

  • Dear Natalie Portman: I too was once a liberal Zionist
    • Read Jabotinski’s “The Iron Wall”: from its inception, the ‘thought leaders’ of the Zionist plan to invade and occupy Palestine understood full well that ‘liberal’ Zionism was simply not possible.


      In fact, that same clear vision by Zionists of their own crimes goes back a ways. "Der Judenstaat" also carries a clear definition, and proud endorsement, of colonial invasion and settlement, as do the Basle Congress documents. Settler colonialism, in 1897, represented the main crime against humanity, "the supreme international crime" of that time that "contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole."

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