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Semi-retired heavy equipment operator. Love my dogs. Skeet shooting. Born in USA. Living in Great White North now lol Vancouver area BC

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  • 'NY Times' bias about Israel's massacre in Gaza just won't go away
    • It's improper to use would in the conditional as you do in your opening sentence. The correct form of your construction is: If the Times were to spend the same amount.... or you could also say: If the Times spent the amount of time

  • Claim that Hamas killed 3 teens is turning out to be the WMD of Gaza onslaught
    • Gaza "onslaught"?? Am I reading corporate media here? Why aren't you using the proper terminology, identifying the players here?

      The title should be "Claim that Hamas killed 3 teens is turning out to be the WMD of Israel's Gaza slaughter"

      You see how that is accurate and honest? No hiding who the perpetrator (Israel) is as though Gaza is being butchered by some unidentified mysterious force.

      And do you see how "slaughter" appropriately describes the mass murder of Palestinians Israel is committing?

      TLDR: I thought this site was better than the pro-Zionist corporate media. Israel is perpetrating a slaughter in Gaza and the title ought to make that plain, that not obscure it.

  • After string of victories at York University, anti-apartheid group sees its student club status revoked
  • Dissecting IDF propaganda: The numbers behind the rocket attacks
    • You're surely not comparing Palestinian children throwing rocks at tanks to (alleged) Hamas rockets are you, not in terms of damage and their corresponding propaganda value to the Israelis??? I mean was that a joke? Not even the Israelis are ham-handed and tone deaf enough to use a child throwing a rock at a heavy main battle tank as a pretext for a massacre.

      Nice to hear from the double digit IQ brigade smh

      As far as an investigation goes that's also easy. Any panel composed of impartial and qualified experts. And why investigate the rocket attacks? Ummmm, maybe cuz they're the pretext the Israelis are suing to justify their butcheries???

    • While we're discussing the propaganda behind these rocket attacks why don't we discuss the possibility that these Gaza rockets are themselves pure propaganda. Why don't we talk about the possibility that at least some of these Gaza rockets are Israeli false flags intended to give Israel the provocation/excuse they need to conduct their attacks on Gaza. Now I know Wolf Blitzer and Rachel Maddow didn't tell you this false flag idea but give it some thought just the same because false flags are a fact. They are a fact of history. Governments use false flags to pursue their agendas both political and domestic. That's a historical/political fact. Now, one thing we know for sure using the Qui Bono standard of inquiry- Israel is the only one who benefits from these Gaza rocket attacks since it gives them their excuse to demonize/brutalize the Palestinians in Gaza. These rocket attacks do nothing for the people in Gaza except invite more death destruction and suffering. So why on earth would they fire them? Second as for who is firing these rockets from Gaza well that's easy since we know Gaza has many Israeli agents and collaborators operating inside of it who could very well be the ones firing the rockets. Third why is there never an investigation into these rocket attacks? It's not enough for Israel to say the Palestinians are firing these rockets. We need proof, not the word of the Israelis. As far as Hamas taking responsibility for (some of) these attacks, well I don't trust Hamas. For one they are a creation of Israel and I don't know for a fact that their ties to Israel were ever broken and I'd like to know whether there is some theatre being put on by the Israelis and Hamas which gives the illusion of a struggle between Israel and Hamas but is in fact a well conceived mutually beneficial dynamic of some sort eg ->

  • Israeli court rejects Corrie family lawsuit; calls Rachel Corrie's death 'regrettable accident'

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