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eljay

I'm a happily-married, vegetarian and atheist Canadian with two wonderful cats. :-)

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  • 'My friends, with us tonight is the face of the Holocaust': Boteach talks Israel, Palestine, and genocide with Wiesel and Power
    • Nothing of any substance regarding Israel's past and ON-GOING (war) crimes or the need for justice, accountability and equality in the former Mandate Palestine. Just a whole lot of Zio-supremacist ego-stroking.

  • One week in Jerusalem and -- it's not complicated
    • >> a blah chick: Captain George will have the truth out of him in no time.

      And if Captain George can't do it, you can bet that brave Captain Israel will get the job done.

  • Netanyahu's 'battle for Jerusalem' can't end well for any of us
    • >> jon s: The UN partition plan of 1947 did, indeed , call for the internationalization of Jerusalem. Need I remind you that the plan was rejected by the Arab side?

      So what? Israel accepted what it was offered. The greed of Zio-supremacists was not and is not justification for taking anything beyond what was offered and accepted.

    • >> NormanFeee: Of all the peoples in the world, Jews have no right no live ...

      Jews have every right to live as people, among people and in societies that practice justice, accountability and equality. Jews have no right - no group of people has a right - to live as supremacists in a supremacist state.

      >> The Jewish people ... will defend their capital ...

      Jerusalem is not the capital of the Jewish people or of Israel. It's a free city - a city that belongs to its inhabitants - which has, unfortunately, been occupied by an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" for decades.

    • >> gracie fr: ... Ben-Gurion insisted that all of the territories that had been captured had to be given back, very quickly, for holding on to them would distort, and might ultimately destroy, the Jewish state.

      Oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" was already a distortion. What Ben-Gurion should have said was that holding onto the captured territories would further distort it. (And it has.)

    • Bibi is the war-mongering, supremacist leader of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" founded on and sustained by a Jewish-supremacist ideology.

      What blows my mind is that so many people - Jews and non-Jews alike - choose to support the hatefulness, immorality and injustice that are Zio-supremacism and the supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel over the universal values of justice, accountability and equality.

  • Israel sows despair and senseless violence
    • >> shalom: We all have to work for a peace that will be found beyond incitement and blame.

      Better yet, let's all work for justice, accountability and equality.

    • >> Israel, having given up all pretense of seeking a just solution ...

      Israel long ago dropped any pretense of seeking a just solution.

      >> Once again Prime Minister Netanyahu’s analysis is dead wrong: the “core of the violence,” as he puts it, is not the Palestinians’ refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state ... but Israel’s refusal to address – even acknowledge – Palestinian national rights and claims.

      The core of the problem is Zio-supremacism - the belief that Jews are entitled to a supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine.

      No group of people (not even Jews) is entitled to a supremacist state and no-one (not even Palestinians) should be expected or required to recognize or accept any supremacist state (not even a Jewish one).

  • Palestinians who targeted Jerusalem synagogue have sights set on U.S. -- Israeli propaganda
    • >> Jake Tapper put a stamp of approval on this argument when he stated that more American citizens have been killed by Palestinian terrorists in the last year than by ISIS.

      I'd like to know how many Palestinians have been killed by American terrorists in the IDF. I'm willing to bet the number is greater than the number of Palestinians killed by ISIS. I look forward to the findings of Mr. Tapper's investigation.

      >> Much was made on television news of the fact that folks in Gaza celebrated the murders.

      And rightly so: No-one should celebrate murder. But...where are the "context", "balance" and "nuances"? Why isn't television news making much of the fact that:
      - the folks in Israel celebrate the murders of Palestinians; and
      - Israel has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians for over 60 years?

  • For Obama officials, synagogue attack is 'pure terror' -- and not a word about attacks on Palestinians
    • >> y.f. @ November 19, 2014, 8:37 pm

      A great "junior high school yard" non-answer, full of the usual dodge and deflect. Why the hardened heart?

    • >> eljay: That sounds very…Zio-supremacist.

      Clarification: The behaviour of the NYT editorial board, not your mention of their behaviour.

    • >> Donald @ November 19, 2014, 7:49 am

      Excellent post, Donald.

      >> I’ll add the NYT editorial board to that list of hypocrites, who just came out with an editorial condemning the horror in Jerusalem and saying that it brings shame to the Palestinian people, when they never said one word along those lines about Israel or its supporters during the Gaza War.

      That sounds very...Zio-supremacist.

    • >> y.f.: There are two types of reactions to such an event: a human reaction and a political reaction. Phil and the commentators here have provided the political reaction that one would expect here. But nary a word in the direction of a human reaction. Hardened hearts, anyone?

      Here is my reaction:

      >> jon s: Horrific terrorist attack this morning , on a synagogue in Jerusalem.

      I condemn the attack and sincerely hope that the perpetrators are brought to justice.

      I tried to find a similarly succinct "human reaction" comment from you regarding either the murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir or of the inhabitants of Gaza during Israel's most recent assault on that population. I couldn't find anything relating to the former, and the only comments I could find relating to the latter were padded with political / philosophical commentary.

      Hardened heart, y.f.?

    • >> just: what words did he utter when Israel has murdered Americans???
      >> not a word about Netanyahu’s incitement, nor that of his government or IOF/police…

      You'd think he'd at least say such things were "unhelpful".

  • Kahanists attack school after synagogue killings
    • >> ivreee: That is, something like: you come to my place to destroy and kill, we shall visit your place tomorrow. That’s` a kind of different deterrent type – a new conflict format.

      When Palestinians retaliate against Zio-supremacist Jews who come to their place to destroy and kill (and steal and ethnically cleanse and colonize and oppress and torture), it's referred to as terrorism (or terror or terrrrrrr). But when Zio-supremacist Jews retaliate against Palestinians, it's called "a new conflict format".

      Go figure.

  • More than 30,000 people are still living in UNRWA schools in Gaza. What does that look like?
    • >> ritzl: I think the Israelis, ever so cheerily, just want the Palestinians to suffer (and die) ...

      ... or to:
      - suffer and submit; or
      - suffer and leave.

      (Crush.Cleanse.Kill: Edge of Tomorrow)

      However they go about it, the end game is to preserve Jewish supremacism in as large a supremacist "Jewish State" as possible.

  • Support for Israel in the U.S. Jewish community continues to erode
    • >> Kay24: They kept showing the blood the entire day….the over 2000 Palestinian were not given that attention.

      That's because Palestinians don't bleed - they only hate. And that's why you see what you see in the media.

  • Settlers spit on Abu Khdeir family as they exit court; alleged killer refuses to enter plea
    • >> catporn: On this day when yet more Palestinian homes are being demolished, allegedly for attacks in October, the question has to be asked, why weren’t the murderer’s of Abu Khdeir tracked, executed and their homes demolished?

      Easy: The murderers are Jewish, they live in and support a supremacist "Jewish State", and they killed a non-Jew. No harm, no foul.

  • For CNN and NYT, Jewish lives matter more than Palestinian ones
    • >> Kay24: Just for once I would like to hear someone in the media say that perhaps if Israel ended the occupation, and stopped the damn illegal settlements, there would be an end to this violence.

      +1. I'd also like to hear someone in the media clearly explain that Israel:
      - is not a secular and democratic Israeli state - a state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally;
      - is a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews;
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law (including RoR);
      - refuses to accept responsibility and accountability for its past and ON-GOING (war) crimes; and
      - refuses to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

      The public already knows that Joe Smith is a productive member of the community. What the public needs to know is that he's also a sadistic rapist who has women chained I his bunker.

  • Israeli attacks on Al Quds University give new meaning to 'academic freedom'
    • >> mondonuteee: Peaceful hacky-sack and Frisbee playing students are stormed by evil Zionists for absolutely no reason at all.

      The fact that the Zionists are evil seems reason enough.

  • This is not yet an intifada, Palestinians say
    • >> Mooser: But “justice” as we strive for it in a democracy? Nope, they got none of that.

      In a supremacist "Jewish State", they strive for Zio-supremacist "morality" (goal + methods) and "peace".

      But they don't seem to give a flying f*ck about justice (or accountability or equality).

    • >> Jackdaweee: Blaming everything on PM Netanyahu is simplistic scapegoating. It’s not dissimilar to what the Nazis did to the Jews in Weimer Germany. Just convenient scapegoating.

      You crack me up. The correct Nazi Germany analogy to "blaming everything on Netanyahu is scapegoating" is "blaming everything on Hitler is scapegoating".

      Which means that your assertion that the Palestinians are also to blame for the problems in Mandate Palestine (i.e., within and outside of Israel's legitimate borders) means you similarly - and anti-Semitically - blame Jews for problems in Nazi Germany.

      Why do you hate Jews so much?!

    • “FBI launches investigation into death of US citizens

      As three of the victims held joint US citizenship, the FBI has launched an investigation, CNN reports.”

      I don't recall reading that the FBI launched investigations into the death of Palestinian U.S. citizens. Interesting.

    • >> just: link to theguardian.com

      “Israel is to ease gun controls for those licensed to carry weapons such as off-duty army officers or private security guards, public security minister, Yitzhak Aharonovich, has announced.

      He told IDF Radio that in the wake of the synagogue killings the easing of restrictions would apply to incidents of self-defence, Israel National News reports.”

      In the wake of Israel's 60+ years and on-going campaign of theft, occupation, colonization of Palestinian land and oppression, torture and murder of Palestinians, the security minister really should ease gun controls for Palestinians. The easing of restrictions would, of course, apply to incidents of self-defence.

    • >> ivreee: Would it not be much better for everybody directly concerned (faraway cheerleaders excluded) to accept a status-quo in which the country is indeed a Jewish state with a cooperating, rather than endemically hostile, attitude as a minority?

      No. What would be much better for everybody is if justice, accountability and equality were respected in Partition-borders Israel and Palestine.

      Unfortunately, Zio-supremacists have make it clear that they have no interest in justice, accountability or equality - they just want "peace" and Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State".

      >> Jews were in thousand worse conditions as minorities in other countries ...

      The proper solution to injustices committed to Jewish citizens of those countries was justice, accountability and equality. The proper solution has never been Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State".

    • >> jon s: Horrific terrorist attack this morning , on a synagogue in Jerusalem.

      I condemn the attack and sincerely hope that the perpetrators are brought to justice.

    • >> Palestinian businessman, anonymous, East Jerusalem

      Remaining anonymous is much easier when you don't include a nice photo of yourself along with your comments.

      Be safe, "anonymous" Palestinian businessman.

  • 'Zionism' is now a dirty word for American opinion elite, Frank Luntz concedes
    • >> hophmeee: ... Zionism is like Obamacare. It’s a term that’s been subjected to an intense negative propaganda campaign ... The numbers show most Americans think Israel is an ally and agree with the idea that there should be a Jewish homeland, which is the core of what Zionism is.

      It's disturbing and disappointing to know that the positive propaganda campaign waged by Zio-supremacists and their supporters in defence of Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State" - "the core of what Zionism is" - has been more effective than the campaign waged in defence of Palestinians by people who believe in the ideals of justice, accountability and equality.

    • Being against Israel has become the cool thing to do.

      Being against all forms of injustice and immorality - including Jewish and other forms of supremacism - is not a "cool thing" to do: It's the right thing to do.

      Zio-supremacists work very hard to convince people that past and ON-GOING acts of injustice and immorality are unjustifiable and unacceptable...unless Jews commit them.

    • >> ivreee: Miraculously, from a Jewish angle (and even beyond) ...

      It's a deranged mind - a Zio-supremacist mind - that views as miraculous:
      - Jewish terrorism;
      - the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands;
      - the establishment of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist state;
      - a 60+ years, ON-GOING and offensive (i.e., not defensive) campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder.

    • >> ivreee: ... the macro historic view that this little piece of land is the natural home of the Jewish people ...

      Palestine is not the "natural home of the Jewish people" - it's the natural home of the inhabitants of Palestine (including Palestinian Jews).

      Palestine was partitioned into two states. Each state should be the natural home of its citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally. Neither state should be a religion-supremacist (or any other type of -supremacist) state of and for members of one group both within that state and elsewhere in the world.

  • Videos: Jerusalem Skunk
    • >> CigarGod: I’m pretty sure if Arab west bank police filled water balloons , and threw them over the fences onto “Israeli property”, they’d be shot…even if the balloons were filled with spring water.

      They'd be shot because balloons filled with (Arab) spring water represent an existential threat to "Jewish State". ("Look what you've done! I'm melting! Melting!")

    • These videos have surfaced of Jerusalem police driving calmly through quiet empty East Jerusalem neighborhoods drenching elementary schools and residences with a putrid liquid with the stench of feces and rotting animal carcass, commonly referenced as “skunk spray”.

      Zio-supremacists have found a new way to get their rocks off.

  • Yad Vashem
    • >> hophmee: That’s not remotely what I said.

      It's not exactly what you said, but it is remotely what you said.

      >> Most people don’t immediately assume that Holocaust survivors who gave testimony are lying ...

      Who said he immediately assumed anything?

      >> Millions of children died in the Holocaust. You’re talking about tens of millions of people who would be alive today. It takes someone a little crazy to think, well, maybe it’s better that they’re not here because they might have designed terrible weapons.

      It take someone completely nuts to assert that's what he actually said. I challenge you to quote the exact phrase in which he says "it's better that they're not here".

      Also, why are you so certain that out of those tens of millions of people not one person might have devised a terrible weapon, but every one of them would have been a medical genius with a cure for cancer?

    • >> hophmeee: I think it’s one term to describe someone who actually wonders whether, if millions of Jews hadn’t died during the Holocaust, they would have just invented weapons of mass destruction. I’ll remember that one the next time I go to funeral: “Hey, look at the bright side. If your loved one would have lived, they might have become a murderer!” Another is deranged. Another is disturbed.

      Self-haters and deranged and disturbed people wonder about stuff dead people may or may not have done.

      Zio-supremacists, by contrast, don't just wonder about dead "Aye-rabs", they justify killing "Aye-rabs" because "if your loved one would have lived, they would have become an Israel-hating, anti-Semitic Jew-killer!"

    • >> y.f.: ... the urge for independence was a noble one. possibly an impossible one. but a noble urge.

      The urge for independence may have been noble. The reality of Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State" is anything but noble.

    • >> RoHa: In the 19th Century Jews were elected to Parliament. A son of a Jew was a popular Prime Minister. Rich Jews hung around the stock market. Jews took part in all facets of life in Australia, and a Jewish immigrant founded one the biggest department store chains.

      Whew! For a moment there I thought you were going to suggest that an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine was not an understandable response!

      ;-)

    • >> hophmeee: What other term is there for someone who suggests that Holocaust survivors are making things up and responds to those who wonder what would have happened if millions of Jews hadn’t died by wondering if the victims would have come up with horrible weapons?

      So what you appear to be saying is that no Jewish person could ever:
      - make up, embellish or mis-remember information; or
      - devise a horrible weapon.

      Interesting.

    • >> hophmeee: What other term is there for someone who suggests that ...

      ...atrocities committed by Germans against people of the Jewish faith justifies:
      - Jewish terrorism in Palestine;
      - the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands;
      - the establishment of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine;
      - a 60+ years, ON-GOING and offensive (i.e., not defensive) campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder?

      Zio-supremacist is an appropriate term.

    • Page: 77
    • >> OlegR: You are such a golah Jew.

      What is a "golah Jew"? Is that a Jew who believes in justice, accountability and equality instead of Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State"? If so, good on him.

  • Israel bans renowned doctor and human rights activist Mads Gilbert from entering Gaza for life
    • >> seafoid: If Gilbert had been around in ww2 he would have been supporting the people in Auschwitz.

      Yup. There is no indication that Gilbert is a supremacist. Jackdaw - a Zio-supremacist - is one.

      And I'm willing to bet that Gilbert would advocate for the universal application of justice, accountability and equality. Jackdaw - a Zio-supremacist - would not and could not, because it would contravene his devotion to Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State".

    • >> Horizontal: I can understand why you did it — this guy’s dangerous! Heart, brains, compassion, courage, honesty, truth. You certainly don’t want any of those qualities springing up in Israel. They just might be contagious.

      Too many people in Israel advocating for justice, accountability or equality could (and should) result in:
      - the demise of Israel as a fundamentally religion-supremacist "Jewish State" - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews; and
      - the re-birth of Israel as a secular and democratic Israeli state - a state of and for all of its citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally.

      This is utterly unacceptable to Zio-supremacists.

  • West Bank protesters cross separation wall in effort to get into Jerusalem
    • >> jon s: I’ve got a better intepretation of that scene ...

      I liked that scene in the movie, even though:
      - Jerusalem is identified as part of Israel; and
      - Israeli soldiers are portrayed as benevolent.

      But I guess the film-makers didn't have time to delve into the ugly facts surrounding Zio-supremacism, or to provide "balance" and "nuances" regarding the Palestinian side of the story.

  • Ilan Pappe offers a reminder that the 'ongoing Nakba' implicates many of us in Israel's history
    • >> NormanFeee: Zionism to be sure, had its shortcomings.

      The rapist kidnaps, imprisons and sadistically rapes women...but he's a successful small businessman, he gives to charity and he coaches the local hockey team. Like Zionism, he has his "shortcomings".

      >> Its safe to say Israel will outlive them and the land will remain Jewish forever ...

      "All hail the Thousand-Year Jewish Reich", eh?

  • Why I confronted Gregor Gysi
    • >> hophmeee: How many would have died if Israel had no bomb shelters? A lot more than 4.

      How many more would have died in Gaza if Palestinians had bomb shelters onto which Israel could drop bunker-buster bombs because they just *knew* that terrorists were hiding in them? A lot more than the couple of thousand that were killed.

      >> Stop acting like the low civilian death total has any relationship to Hamas’s depravity as a terrorist organization.

      Stop acting like the high civilian death total in Gaza has no relationship to Israel's depravity as an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State".

    • >> jon s: The gist of my reply to Horizontal ... was that Hamas bears primary responsibility ...

      Even though the supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel is the occupying power and has been engaged in aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder against Palestinians for far longer than Hamas has been in existence.

      Each new victim in the rapist's bunker is to blame for the his past and on-going acts of injustice and immorality.

      Funny how that works...

    • >> Mooser: Wow, all those Mizrahi Jews, besides being Arab, are anti-Semitic, too?

      Must be. If they weren't anti-Semitic, they wouldn't be Arab and they would love their children more than they hate themsel...errr...Jews.

    • >> RoHa: This David Sheen is a Jew, so it’s a jolly good thing he lives in Israel. That is the only place in the whole wide world where a Jew can live freely, be treated with respect and civility, and be safe from threats, abuse, physical attack, or other forms of persecution.

      I think that applies only to "real" Jews, and not to self-loathing and/or anti-Semitic Jews.

    • >> hophmeee: This radical coverage encourages antisemites to engage in violent activity against Jews around the world ...

      Radical coverage of the actions of Arabs/Muslims encourages haters to engage in violent activity against Arabs/Muslims around the world. I support your opposition to such radical coverage.

    • >> hophmi: Are you going to take responsibility, David, for the threats made on the lives of Jews in reaction to Max’s oft-stated Israel-Nazi comparisons? Are you going to take responsibility for those threats, David? Because they’re real. Jews die as result of the incitement of people like you and Max.

      Are you going to take responsibility, hophmeee, for the threats made on the lives and livelihoods of Palestinians in reaction to the words and deeds of hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists? Are you going to take responsibility for those threats, hophmeee? Because they're real. For over 60 years, Palestinians have been maimed, tortured and killed and Palestinian livelihoods have been destroyed as a result of the incitement of unrepentant Zio-supremacists like you.

    • Mr. Sheen, I admire your courage and I wish you and your family safety and peace.

  • 'We will make soap out of you!': Violent right-wing protest against Jerusalem art exhibit reflects rising anti-democratic tide in Israel
    • >> CigarGod: Well, I’d be interested in comments from the 300,000 israelis who have left…in the last while. Did I read about that here? Is it those with more means…as with those who were able to see future in germany?

      IIRC, the ones who went to Germany traded the security that comes with living in "the only country in the world where Jews can truly be safe"* for cheaper pudding.
      ______________________
      (*When they're not on the verge of being wiped off the map, pushed into the sea and slaughtered by Arabs and/or Iran.)

    • >> link to thejc.com

      During an earlier hearing in September, prosecutor Douglas Adams quoted Masterson as saying he "carried out the attack because he felt the victim was an enemy of Judaism".

      1. What does "enemy of Judaism" mean?
      2. If this enmity is illegal and Mr. Galloway is in fact guilty of it, he should be held accountable.
      3. Mr. Masterson had no right to assault Mr. Galloway and he must be held accountable for his crime.

      Mr Douglas said that Masterson told the police: "I didn't want him to think I'm scared, Galloway is antisemitic and I am Jewish."

      1. Who said he thought anything at all of you, you idiot?
      2. Galloway is anti-Semitic according to you.
      3. You're an asshole if your using your Jewish identity as a cover for harming others.

  • Netanyahu announces return of controversial punitive home demolitions widely viewed as collective punishment
    • >> DoubleStandardeee: The policy is effective –Palestinians have stopped their relatives from carrying out attacks because they knew their house would be demolished. It also disincentivizes raising your kid to believe in such behavior.

      The homes of Zio-supremacists should be razed to the ground. Zio-supremacists would stop their relatives from carrying out theft, occupation and colonization of Palestinian land and oppression, torture and murder of Palestinians. It would also "disincentivize" raising kids to believe in such Zio-supremacist behaviour.

    • No edit button. :-(

      Edit: Will the homes of non-Jewish criminals also be razed? And will the parents of Jewish children also be fined? If not, why not?

    • Speaking in a security cabinet meeting Tuesday evening, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the controversial policy to raze houses will be reinstated on a broad scale to quell violence that has centered in Jerusalem. “These steps include increasing forces on the ground throughout the country in order to boost your security, citizens of Israel; the demolition of terrorists’ homes,” he said.

      Netanyahu added fines would be imposed on the parents of Palestinian children suspected of stone throwing ...

      Will the homes of non-Jewish criminals also be razed? And will the parents of Jewish children also be fined? If not, why not?

  • Pittsburgh's 'Conflict Kitchen' is latest battleground over Palestine, free speech and criticism of Israel
    • >> ziusudra @ November 12, 2014, 2:18 am

      I have respect for people who advocate and fight for justice, accountability and equality, whether they be Jewish or non-Jewish.

      I have no respect for people who advocate and fight for supremacism, whether it be Jewish or non-Jewish supremacism.

      The way Mikhael (a Zio-supremacist) tells it, one who opposes Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State" finds "the concept of Jews and Jewishness distasteful."

      So, despite my overt admiration for Jewish people like Mr. Rubin, Ms. Thier and others featured in stories here on MW, and despite my admiration for Jewish people like Phil Weiss, Shmuel, talknic and many others who post here on MW - all people who advocate and fight for justice, accountability and equality - it would seem that I am an anti-Semite.

      Who knew? ;-)

    • I admire and respect what Mr. Rubin is doing. May he be safe and successful in his endeavour.

  • Video: Routine exchange on a bus reveals racism embedded within Jewish Israeli society
    • >> y.f.: Watching this video I found myself siding with the Arab woman who was harassed by the Jewish Israeli passengers.

      I am sincerely glad to hear that.

    • >> realitytesteee: ... don’t expect me to perceive Mondoweiss as a serious journalistic source.

      Sure. Just don't expect to be perceived as anything other than the Zio-supremacist you have demonstrated yourself to be...and in your very first post, too!

      Funny stuff. :-)

    • >> DoubleStandardeee: ... What the guy did isn’t right in an abstract moral universe, but it’s understandable given what’s going on.

      Gotta love that ol' Zio-supremacist double-standard:
      - when a Jew does it to a non-Jew, it's "understandable" because of "context" and morality has no place in the discussion; but
      - when a non-Jew does it to a Jew, it's inexcusably anti-Semitic.

    • >> OyVey00: But it also certainly wasn’t proof of racism, rather hysteria.

      So...it's not racism if it's just hysteria based on someone's "Arab-like" appearance. Interesting. Is it also not racism if it's just hysteria based on someone's "Jew-like" appearance?

    • >> Jackdaweee:
      >> The women [sic] was 100% right ... That said, this was a security issue, not a racism.

      If she is right, then it was racism and not a security issue.

      >> All women, Jews and Arabs, have their bags searched at entrances to malls and buildings.

      The woman in the story was on a bus, not at the entrance to a mall or building. Do all Jewish women on buses have their bags searched for "a security issue"?

      >> This is Israel. Sorry.

      You're not sorry.

    • >> Horizontal: I was struck how he said it’s “not personal,” ...

      Had a non-Jewish Israeli person been grilling him, he likely would have argued that, at the very least, it was very personal and even anti-Semitic. (He may also have argued that it was Holocaust, Iran and (the) Hamas.)

    • >> Man: ... What I am saying, since we are all now in a very…all the Israelis are in a very tense situation now. That’s something objective.

      Since all Israelis are in "a very tense situation", does a non-Jewish Israeli person who feels that "there’s anything suspicious" with another person have the same right to demand "to check, that's all" the bags of that person, even if that person appears to be Jewish Israeli?

      Surely "something objective" like that applies to all Israelis...yes?

  • Running for Gaza: Linda Wafi's marathon journey for Palestinian children
    • >> Mayhemeee: Try doing this in Gaza itself which is a cesspit of misogyny

      I condemn Hamas' decision to ban women from competing alongside men.

      That said, the "cesspit-ness" of Gaza does not absolve the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel of any of its past and ON-GOING (war) crimes or obligations under international law.

  • Sea change down under: Ex-Australian Foreign Minister announces himself a 'Friend of Palestine'
    • >> "Hamas has shown considerable technical skill building rockets, missiles and tunnels but these skills should be harnessed to improve its people’s lives. Instead of encouraging constructive dialogue, Carr plays to the victim mentality."

      The oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel has shown considerable skill in building and acquiring enormous quantities of highly-sophisticated weapons of mass destruction but these skills should be harnessed to end Israel's 60+ years and ON-GOING campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture, murder and supremacism. Instead of encouraging respect for justice, accountability and equality, Zio-supremacists and Western leaders play to the victim mentality.

    • >> Bob Carr:

      Violence against Arab Kids? Christian volunteers to protect them? From Jewish settlers? None of this was around in 1977 ...

      Or it was around and you didn't or chose not to see it.

      I now pitch the case in terms of the rights of the Palestinian people, recognised in international law and every draft peace statement supported by the world for a quarter of a century.

      Palestinians must commit to non-violent resistance, not a third intifada. They must build international support. They must engage with the righteous Jews who condemn the takeover of Zionism by the fanatics.

      1. What commitments must Israel and the international community make?

      2. Why should the engage with "righteous Jews", and not with "righteous Israelis"?

      3. Where is the condemnation of Zionism for the religion-supremacist ideology it is? Why no insistence that it be replaced by justice, accountability and equality in Israel?

      (If you put moderates instead of fanatics in charge of Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State", you may have a kinder, gentler supremacism...but you still have supremacism.)

  • Pro-Israel billionaires Adelson and Saban muse over buying the New York Times
    • >> Kay24: Hophni, THIS is racist:
      >> link to en.wikipedia.org

      When that sort of thing is done *by* Jews, Zio-supremacists refer to it as "morality" (goal + methods).

      When it's done *to* Jews, it's anti-Semitism.

  • In travesty of justice, Rasmea Odeh found guilty despite history of Israeli torture
    • But Judge Drain did allow the conviction in Israel to be entered into evidence; and even though he suggested that Rasmea’s assertion that she faced torture and sexual abuse at the hands of her Israeli captors was “credible,” he still ruled that it could not be brought up in the course of her trial.

      The rape victim is fired from her job for lying about an assault conviction. Judge Drain decides that the assault conviction can be entered into evidence, but the fact that the assault comprised punches and slaps at the rapist while the victim was chained in his bunker and at his mercy for months won't be brought up in trial.

  • Pressure on 'The Lancet' for Gaza letter another example of pro-Israel assault on freedom of expression
    • >> ivreee: Do what I say not what I do….

      The Zio-supremacist mantra.

    • >> mijj: the Zionist attempt to divert their crimes onto Judaism continues .. ie: exposing injustice is labelled “anti-Semitic” and thus suggests Judaism is responsible for the injustice.

      The rapist is a man, so he accuses his accusers of being anti-male. He seems to believe that his counter-accusation absolves him of any responsibility or accountability for his past and on-going rape crimes.

      The women currently chained in his basement - the ones he hasn't killed yet - beg to differ.

  • What is the vision of Jews who want to replace Al Aqsa mosque with temple?
    • >> jon s: Actually Israel is still a pretty safe place.

      It is truly amazing that Israel manages to be both:
      - "a pretty safe place"; and
      - perpetually on the verge of being existentially wiped off the map and pushed into the sea, all of its Jewish inhabitants butchered by blood-thirsty Arabs and Iran.

    • >> hophmeee: Mooser and moderators:
      >> "4. No personal attacks. ... "

      It's interesting and it's a shame - but it's not at all surprising - that hophmee doesn't feel as strongly about justice for Palestinians as he does about justice for himself.

    • >> hophmi: ... do you believe that Jews have a right to pray on the Temple Mount alongside Muslims if they so choose? There is no question that Jews consider the Temple Mount to be a holy place, and there is also no question that the Waqf believes only Muslims have the right to worship there ...

      People of all faiths should have access to Temple Mount for the purposes of prayer in a free (international) city of Jerusalem.

      Non-Jews from the geographic region comprising Partition-borders Israel have a right to return to their homes and lands.

      No group of people - not even the "Jewish people" - is entitled to a supremacist state of any kind.

    • >> Translation of Michael Ben-Ari’s speech ...
      >> The thief, the robber, when he sees the homeowner coming home he pulls out a gun to shoot him.

      Zio-supremacists thieves and robbers have been pulling out their guns and shooting Palestinian homeowners for over 60 years.

      >> Those who justify the wicked is himself a criminal.

      Says Mr. Ben-Ari, who - like all Zio-supremacists - justifies the past and ON-GOING wickedness of Zio-supremacism, Zio-supremacists and the supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel.

      >> I say in front of the world media I say: we live here, we are the home owners; they are the thieves.

      Of course you say that - you're a Zio-supremacist.

  • As world marks 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Israel's Wall has become a new global icon for oppression
    • >> talknic @ November 12, 2014, 9:38 pm

      Great post, talknic.

      ivreee's reply will be the equivalent of "I know you are, but what am I?"

    • >> Mr. Jäger: " ...  the stupidity, the lack of humanity. I finally said to myself: ‘Kiss my arse. Now I will do what I think is right’ ."

      I can respect the Zio-supremacists - like Tzvia Thier - who have had that sort of epiphany.

      Unfortunately, far too many Zio-supremacists have not yet had it or have had it and rejected it.

    • BTW, I love the two images with the young woman in them, especially the angel with her wing trapped in the wall.

    • >> eljay: So why is the rapist the victim?!

      No edit function. :-( I meant to say: So why is the rapist always the villain?

    • >> ivreee @ November 7, 2014, 8:58 am

      The rapist abducts the woman, chains her in his basement and physically and sexually assaults her on a regular basis. The woman retaliates by punching, biting, scratching and otherwise trying to hurt her captor. So why is the rapist the victim?!

      Zio-supremacists like ivreee are morally bankrupt people.

  • In and out of love with Israel: Tzvia Thier's story
    • >> Mikhael: I oppose Jewish supremacism. That’s why I support the Israeli state in its present form. Israel is the nation state of the Jewish people ...

      So, you oppose Jewish supremacism by supporting Israel:
      - not as the secular and democratic state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally; but
      - as a religion-supremacist "Jewish State", a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews.

      >> Those who oppose the concept of a Jewish state find the concept of Jews and Jewishness distasteful.

      Those - like me - who oppose the concept of a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" find the concept of supremacism distasteful. Those - like you - who support the concept of a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" find the concepts of justice, accountability and equality distasteful.

      >> Just as there are other democratic ethnic nation-states, e.g., Greece, Estonia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Japan, South Korea ...

      Greek, Estonian, Slovakian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Japanese and South Korean are the bureaucratic nationalities of their respective states. Wake me up when Jewish becomes the bureaucratic nationality of the "Jewish State" of Israel, applicable to all of Israel's citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally - and I'll agree with you that the "Jewish State" of Israel is just like all the other countries you mentioned.

      Until then, all you've done is underscore the fact that Israel is a religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

    • >> Mikhael: When and if a Palestinian Arabs state arises ... its government will have the right to define itself as Arab and/or Islamic, if that is the will of the majority of its citizenry.

      1. It is unlikely that "Palestinian Arab" will be the name of the new state.

      2. If/when a state comprising the geographic region assigned by Partition to the Palestinians arises, it can define itself however it likes. But it will have no right to exist as a supremacist state of any kind. And if, in practice, it is anything other than than a state of and for all of its citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally, it will be a supremacist state in the same way that Israel is currently a supremacist "Jewish State", and I will oppose it the same way I currently oppose Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State".

    • >> Mikhael: Nope.

      Yup. Israel is a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews. It is not a state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally.

      Israel was devised and established as, and for decades has operated and continues to operate as, a religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

      And, of course, it remains an oppressive, colonialist and expansionist state.

      But you knew all that.

    • >> Teapot: A couple of years ago, I had a heated argument with a Zionist ... She basically told me that the only relevant genocide for today’s students was the Holocaust, because that could always happen again, whereas the age of colonialism was over and would never repeat itself.

      What a strange thing to say, given that the age of colonialism - driven by Zio-supremacism and executed, advocated, justified, supported and/or excused by Zio-supremacists like her - is alive and well in the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" of (Greater) Israel.

    • >> Mikhael @ November 7, 2014, 8:22 am

      To sum up: Israel is not and was never intended to be anything but a religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

      No kidding. But thanks for the clarification.

    • I have tremendous respect for Ms. Thier.

  • ICC believes Israel may have committed war crimes in flotilla attack, but not of 'sufficient gravity' to justify formal investigation
    • >> JustJessetr: But the hatred of anything Israeli (Jewish, really) ...

      I don't have a "hatred of anything Israeli", but I do despise injustice and immorality. If you're suggesting that of all Israelis only its Jews are responsible for Israel's past and ON-GOING acts of injustice and immorality:
      - there's something seriously wrong with Israeli Jews; and/or
      - you're anti-Semitic.

  • Root cause of current crisis is Israeli government effort since 1967 to transform East Jerusalem into a Jewish city
    • >> Mayhemeee: Israel has done an enormous amount to appease Muslims ...

      The rapist has purchased nice clothes and make-up for his victim; he has installed a TV so she can watch movies when he's not "with her"; and he has even lengthened her chains a bit and padded the shackles.

      But the ungrateful bitch simply won't stop hating him. She keeps insisting that she be set free and that he be held accountable for his past and on-going acts of injustice and immorality.

      Her obvious bigotry against him makes the rapist very sad. :-(

    • >> ivri: ... there is indeed a deep desire and a concrete plan to make Jerusalem the capital of the (only) Jewish State.

      "Jewish State" is a religion-supremacist construct. The world doesn't need supremacist states - not even (one) "Jewish State"

      >> ... This is an integral part of the normalization of the Jewish people, which like all other nations ... now have a state of its own and a capital ...

      Jewish is not yet a bureaucratic nationality, so "Jewish State" - unlike all other nations - remains a religion-supremacist construct.

    • >> Horizontal: My guess is that framing the current violence in Jerusalem as the result of a long and ongoing plan of the Israeli Government just isn’t going to happen. Connecting the dots — especially where these particular dots lead — is the one thing that our major media outlets spectacularly fail at doing.

      If dots were to be connected, they'd lead back - over 60 years of offensive (i.e., not defensive) aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder - from the current violence to the Jewish terrorism that resulted in the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands and the establishment of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine.

      That's an awful lot of dots of injustice and immorality.

  • Did you know radiant beauty could exist alongside vile ugliness?
    • The one thought that I have been able to process, at least to some extent, is the thought that here in Palestine, the most vile ugliness that has ever occurred in the world exists alongside some of the most radiant beauty the world has ever known.

      Zio-supremacism is a vile ugliness, but the world has seen worse. (Not that that in any way excuses Zio-supremacism.)

  • New Amnesty International report accuses Israel of committing war crimes in Gaza
    • >> DoubleStandardeee: No one really gives a s*** what organizations like HRW and Amnesty say — nothing but mouthpieces of terrorists.

      It's funny as hell to see a Zio-supremacist - a justifier of past and on-going acts of oppression, theft, colonialism and supremacism (when committed by Jews) - referring to human-rights organizations as "mouthpieces of terrorists".

    • Amnesty International released a report today, “Families Under the Rubble- Israeli attacks on inhabited homes” (pdf) , accusing Israel committing war crimes by targeting and killing scores of Palestinian civilians with no warning during Operation Protective Edge, last summer’s slaughter in Gaza.

      The fault lies not with Israel - which has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians for over 60 years - but with:
      - (the) Hamas;
      - anti-Semitism;
      - terrrrrrr (incl. terrrrrrr tunnels);
      - Iran; and/or
      - the Holocaust.

  • NYT sanitizes group that wants to 'remove Muslim shrines' from Old City
    • >> Mooser: The ADL really said “intransigence” in regard to the Palestinians?

      They couldn't bring themselves to say "intransigence" in regard to the Israelis because that would be anti-Semitic, Jew-hating, self-loathing and maybe even Holocaust. At the very least, it would be Hamas.

    • The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today called Sweden’s recognition of a state of Palestine a reward for intransigence ...

      Zio-supremacist intransigence: Good.
      Palestinian intransigence: Bad.

      Decades of oppression, theft, occupation, colonization and Jewish supremacism undertaken by Zio-supremacists: Good.
      Palestinian resistance to decades of oppression, theft, occupation, colonization and Jewish supremacism: Bad.

      When it comes to Zio-supremacism and the supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel, the ADL's "moral compass" never points to justice, accountability and equality.

  • Chickenshitgate: A dissenting view
    • >> Jackdaweee: PM Netanyahu is a decorated war hero ... But a critic, a continent away, and relying on anonymity, calls him, ‘a chickenshit’.

      Bibi is a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist who values Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State" over justice, accountability and equality. "Chickenshit" is a better descriptor than he deserves.

  • The hidden documents that reveal the true borders of Israel and Palestine (Updated)
    • >> Jews were not, and are not, “foreigners” in the Jewish historic homeland.

      There is no country called "Jewish historic homeland". There was Palestine, and now there is Israel and Occupied Palestine. People who were or are not from the legitimate geographic areas comprising those states (as defined by Partition borders, which Israel accepted) or who are not up to n generations removed from those states are foreigners to those states.

  • Is Israel the wallpaper in US culture?
    • >> ivreee: ... Israel gives rise to diametrically opposite attitudes. Some ... see it extremely negatively while others actually admire it, even see it in a supernatural light ...

      There is something profoundly wrong with a person who admires oppression, colonialism and supremacism and sees them in a "supernatural light".

    • >> Horizontal: Another thing: for those who consider that the world will always hate Jews, it might help if the self-proclaimed Jewish State stopped acting so hateful.

      Those who consider that the world will always hate Jews should also consider that the world will also always hate blacks, homosexuals and cripples. Blacks, homosexuals and cripples are not entitled to supremacist states because of that, and neither are Jews.

      What blacks, homosexuals, cripples and Jews are - or should be - entitled to, however, is justice, accountability and equality.

  • As conditions worsen in Gaza, residents ask: ‘Where have all the activists gone?’
    • >> NormanFeee: I’m amused.

      You're a Zio-supremacist.

      >> Blame the Jews meme is invoked every time something or doesn’t happen – in Gaza.

      "Blame Israel" is invoked when something happens to Palestinians trapped under the Israeli jackboot. "Blame the Jews" is invoked by Zio-supremacists to deflect attention away from Israeli crimes by turning valid criticism into anti-Semitism.

      >> The peacenik Left is NOT interested in Arab suffering when they’re oppressed by fellow Arabs.

      The peacenik Left knows that Arab oppression of Arabs does not absolve Israel of its past and ON-GOING (war) crimes or its obligations under international law.

    • Shame on supremacist "Jewish State" and on every person who and country that empowers it to continue with 60+ years campaign of theft, occupation and colonization of Palestinian land and oppression, torture and murder of Palestinians.

  • Ambassador Power to kick off 3-hour event on 'never-ending' genocide of Jews
    • And that is because in the mind of the rapist - and in the mind of the Zio-supremacist - "morality = goal + methods".

    • >> Maximus Decimus Meridius: BHL on the IDF, after a visit to Tel Aviv: “I have never seen such a democratic army, which asks itself so many moral questions. There is something unusually vital about Israeli democracy.”

      Asking moral questions is easy. Making just and moral choices is not easy, which is why Israel:
      - continues to exist as a supremacist "Jewish State";
      - remains engaged in a 60+ years, ON-GOING and offensive (i.e., not defensive) campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder;
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law;
      - refuses to accept responsibility and accountability for its past and ON-GOING (war) crimes; and
      - refuses to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

      The rapist frequently asks himself whether it is moral for him to abduct, imprison and rape women, and each time his answer is "Hell, yes!"

    • Say it ain’t so, ambassador. But here is her friend Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s promotion of the Nov. 17 event, which goes on from 7 pm till 10 pm (talk about never ending) and a $35 admission price for adults:

      GENOCIDE AND THE JEWS: A NEVER-ENDING PROBLEM

      I wonder when they'll hold this event:

      PALESTINE AND THE JEWS: DOING UNTO OTHERS AS WE WOULD NOT HAVE THEM DO UNTO US
      "Over 60 Years of Jewish Supremacism In a Supremacist "Jewish State"...aaaaaand Loving It!"

  • 'Let the police mow the lawn': Israeli right-wing demands stronger crackdown as Netanyahu increases attacks on East Jerusalem
    • >> ivreee: ... there is indeed a desire ... to make Jerusalem the capital of the Jewish world and of a Jewish State.

      "Jewish world" - that's a new one.

      Regardless, there is no just or moral reason for a supremacist "Jewish State" to exist, and there is no just or moral reason for Jerusalem to be its capital city.

    • Thursday morning, I met Jeremy Rossman, a 22-year-old settler from New York ... “If somebody challenges Jewish sovereignty in the Land of Israel, he’s a terrorist.”

      Zio-supremacists don't seem to realize how utterly stupid and hypocritical they sound when they defend Jewish supremacism and the supremacist "Jewish State". It's as though they think their hateful and immoral shit doesn't stink.

  • The UN can bring peace to Jerusalem by moving its headquarters there
    • >> MHughes976: ... It is not true that Jerusalem belongs or in any way ought to belong, through the UN or otherwise, to everyone or to everyone of Abrahamic faith. I have no right to a share in sovereignty there because I’m a human being or because I’m a member of the Church of England. Jerusalem should be part of a sovereign state with enfranchised inhabitants, just like everywhere else should be, with people who have been unjustly excluded restored to normal rights. Religious and cultural traditions do not negate or trump those rights.

      Very well said!

  • Israel's Knesset upholds longest suspension in state's history against Haneen Zoabi
    • >> Citizen: Meanwhile, Israel has increased prison time for Palestinian children who throw rocks or pebbles in Israel proper from 2 years to 20 years ...

      Throw rocks at your Israeli occupiers and oppressors and you get 20 years in jail.

      Spend over 60 years stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians and you get "unshakeable", "no light between" support from the U.S. and from Zio-supremacist Jews the world over.

  • 'We are in a violent fight with extreme Islam' -- Feiglin leads rightists to pray at al-Aqsa Mosque
    • >> Marnie: Every faith that has a built some structure and claimed it is holy, holy, holy is just crazy, crazy, crazy and killing each other over these man-made structures surely is an abomination. I can’t get over how stupid people are about something they made.

      I have greater respect for my wife's "spirituality" - her very-personal belief in an intangible "something greater than us" - than I do for any human-devised, -designed and -promoted "this is what you must worship and this is how you must worship it" religion.

    • >> a blah chick @ October 31, 2014, 6:25 pm

      Zio-supremacists love to gloss over the past and on-going acts of injustice and immorality driven by their ideology and perpetrated by them and their supremacist state.

      If what they have been doing to the Palestinians for over 60 years were being done to them, they'd be screaming bloody murder. But as long as they're the ones doing it, it's "moral" (where morality = goal + methods).

    • >> Moshe Feiglin: “I’m a Jew and I’m not allowed to go to the Temple Mount, for a Jew that almost got murdered yesterday,” said Feiglin, continuing, “So who’s the raped woman? The violent side, or the Jewish side?”

      The Palestinians are the raped woman. Zio-supremacists are the rapist. And that's how it's been for over 60 years.

  • David Brooks's romance of community
    • >> Mooser: What is worth more to Israel? One soldier they can easily replace, or returning Brook’s boy home healthy, happy and a mensch? The kid won’t break so much as a fingernail.

      Not his own, anyway. But unless he's prepared to live life as a "liberal Zionist" - one of those Zio-supremacists who "holds his nose" while his hardier co-collectivists do the dirty work - he'll have to break somebody's fingernail(s).

    • Brooks, arms folded:

      He believed in the cause and knew he needed one hard thing to complete his trip to full adulthood. And he was right, and I appreciated his wisdom about himself ...

      It's a shame that the cause Brooks' son believed in - the "one hard thing" he needed to do to "complete his trip to full adulthood" - was to join the army of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist state which, for over 60 years, has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians.

      It's a shame that Brooks is proud of his son for fighting to uphold, defend and promote Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State", rather than fighting for justice, accountability and equality.

  • A visit to Auschwitz
    • >> Walid: Nothing wrong with having holocaust museums ...

      Although Zio-supremacists and "Jewish State" would no doubt find them offensive and perhaps even anti-Semitic, I'd prefer to see "Crimes Against Humanity" museums in which all acts of injustice and immorality - including oppression, colonialism and supremacism - are treated as acts of immorality and injustice that have no place in this world and for which people (individuals, groups, governments) should be held accountable.

    • About 25 years ago, I visited Dachau while I was in Europe with friends. I wasn't sure if or how the place would affect me, but I found the experience to be rather sobering.

      At no time during or after my visit, however, did it occur to me that the proper response to acts of injustice and immorality committed by Nazi Germans against Jews and non-Jews was the establishment of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine.

    • A visit to a death camp should - and, in most cases, it likely does - move people to desire justice, accountability and equality.

      But for some reason, a visit to a death camps moves Zio-supremacists to desire Jewish supremacism in an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State". It makes them loathe the concept of justice, accountability and equality.

      There is something horribly wrong with the minds and/or hearts of Zio-supremacists.

  • Why are liberal Zionists embracing Matti Friedman's Islamophobia?
    • >> Bumblebye: There’s no such creature as a “liberal zionist”.

      A "liberal Zionist" is a kinder, gentler Zio-supremacist. He believes in Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State" and he justifies and/or glosses over all sorts of past and on-going acts of injustice and immorality committed by Zio-supremacists and the supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel, but:
      - he holds his nose while his hardier co-collectivists do the dirty work; and
      - although he doesn't rule out ethnic cleansing ("currently its not necessary"), he seems to prefer the idea of excising threatening demographics by re-drawing borders.

  • 'Chickenshit' attack enrages Netanyahu and lobby, but will it stir voters against Obama?
    • >> RoHa: And yet, for me, the phrase “King of the Jews” always conjures up the mental image of a superscription written in Hebrew, Latin, and Greek.

      That other dude was a fraud - Bibi is the real deal. ;-)

    • >> “Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman: “The Swedish government should understand that Middle East relations are more complex than a piece of self-assembled Ikea furniture.”

      They are always "more complex" when they involve the supremacist Jewish State's" 60+ years and on-going campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder.

      But when they involve blow-back against Israel, the complexities vanish and relations are reduced to terrrrrrrr, (the) Hamas, Iran, Holocaust and/or wipe off the map / push into the sea.

      Funny how that works.

    • >> Netanyahu’s finance minister has used the flap to remind American Jews that ... The Prime Minister is ... the leader of the Jewish State and the Jewish world as a whole.

      Benjamin "King of all Jews" Netanyahu - it has quite a ring to it!

  • 'Take your Ebola ass and get out': L.A. confrontation highlights relationship between Zionism and anti-black racism
    • ... At 1:26, when Prescod arrives next to the counter-protesters, you can hear one tell her “Get the f*ck* out of the way, d*ke.” Prescod responds noting the First Amendment guarantees her the right to stand in a public space and protest. The pro-Israel protester replies “Maybe I don’t want any Ebola.” Another counter-protester, off screen, says “Take your Ebola ass and get out.” Prescod, aghast, asks “What kind of racist comment is that?” The counter-protester in the red shirt proudly replies “I am racist. Step the f*ck out; step the f*ck out!” ...
      . . .
      At 7:00, the self-identified racist points over to Prescod and yells “How many black people have committed crimes, b*tch?” ...
      . . .
      Next on the list of racist stereotypes from which the Zionists draw is right-wing anti-immigrant rhetoric ... A counter-protester refers to the people of color present as “anti-American.” At 8:48, she yells into the megaphone “Get outta here. All anti-Americans, get outta here!” and, at 9:40, “You’re all anti-Americans.”

      People who advocate for, support, justify and/or defend supremacism are always so damned classy. How do they do it?!

  • Sh*tstirring Jeffrey Goldberg dumps diplomatic sh*tstorm with 'chickensh*t' quote
    • >> And the egregious Ben Shapiro: It will be a fine day when @JeffreyGoldberg‘s nose is surgically removed from Obama’s colon so he can breathe properly again.

      Just imagine how well America will be able breathe when its nose is removed from Israel's colon!

  • Normalizing occupation, NYT runs whimsical story on time zones
    • >> "Such severe insults towards the prime minister of Israel are hurtful to millions of Israeli citizens and Jews all over the world. "

      Imagine how hurtful are the severe insults Israelis - and Zio-supremacists the world over - have been hurling at Palestinian leaders for decades.

  • Rivlin commemorates Kfar Qassem massacre and speaks of 'equality'
    • “The State of Israel is the national home of the Jewish people, who returned to their land after two millennia of exile. This was its very purpose. However, the State of Israel will also always be the homeland of the Arab population…The Arab population of the State of Israel is not a marginal group in Israeli society. We are talking about a population which is part and parcel of this land, a distinct population, with a shared national identity and culture, which will always be a fundamental component of Israel society…

      Sounds very inclusive-y, except for the parts where he:
      - doesn't say that non-Jewish refugees from Israel get to return to their Israeli homeland; and
      - specifies that non-Jews are a "distinct population" within Israel.

      Also, he's not very clear on how the national identity and culture of Israel are "shared" if Jews and non-Jews are "distinct populations" in a country established as a "Jewish State".

  • US-Israel relationship is still 'strong and formidable,' says State Dep't
    • In terms of our relationship, the defense relationship, as you know, remains as strong as ever and the ties between us are unshakable. There are times when we disagree with actions of the Israeli Government, including settlements, the issue of settlements, where we have deep concerns about some of the steps the government is taking. We express those, but it does not mean that we don’t have a strong and formidable relationship that continues.

      Sure, he yells at me, beats me and burns me with lit cigarettes but I know that, deep down, he loves me. I do argue with him sometimes, but that doesn't mean we don't have a strong relationship.

      America needs counseling. "Jewish State" needs to be held accountable.

  • How Israel is turning Gaza into a super-max prison
    • >> Citizen: Bibi just said Israel will build in Jerusalem just as France is building in Paris

      In order to build illegal settlements in an occupied city, a colonialist and supremacist "Jewish State" needs tools. Bibi is one such world-class, Zio-supremacist tool.

    • >> Last week Israel’s defence minister Moshe Yaalon warned that rebuilding Gaza would be conditioned on Hamas’s good behaviour.

      Meanwhile, Yaalon added, Israel - which will remain a Jewish-supremacist state for all eternity! - will continue to...
      - steal, occupy and colonize Palestinian land;
      - oppress, torture and kill Palestinians;
      - refuse to honour its obligations under international law; and
      - refuse to accept accountability and responsibility for its past and on-going (war) crimes; and
      - refuse to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace,
      ...as it has been doing for over 60 years.

  • Jebreal debunks Netanyahu's 'American values' claim in NYT piece on 'hate policies'
    • >> Mooser: To advocate “civil rights” is to advocate the destruction of Israel.

      IMO, civil rights wouldn't necessarily destroy Israel, but they would destroy supremacist "Jewish State".

      And that's why Zio-supremacists love to talk about "peace", but do their damnedest to avoid talking about justice, accountability and - hevven forbid! - equality.

    • >> eljay: ... in the basement of a sadistic rapist.

      Correction: ... in the basement of a sadistic rapist's house.

    • >> adel hashemi: It is a fact that most Arabs in Israel would rather live under Israeli sovereignty than under an Arab one. ... How does that jibe with the “abysmal treatment of its own citizens” claim?

      A group of battered wives is given a choice: Remain with your husbands, or live in chains in the basement of a sadistic rapist. The wives choose to remain with their husbands. How does this jibe with the "abysmal treatment" of the wives by their husbands?!

      Why do defenders of Israel always argue that "better than the worst" is the same as "as good as the best"?

  • Israeli committee to consider plans to build first city for Palestinian citizens in country's history
    • >> Planning board to consider first new Arab city in Israel’s history

      More cheap tricks from the supremacist "Jewish State", this time to permit Israel to downplay accusations that it builds cities only for Jews. Israel should be building cities for Israelis, not for Jews and/or for non-Jews.

  • Under pretext of restoring calm, Netanyahu government is escalating Israel’s war on Palestinians in Jerusalem
    • >> Horizontal: Hey, eljay, I have a moral right to live on your sofa.

      I disagree. Does that make me anti-Horizontal (Vertical?) or just terrrrrr? ;-)

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