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bdsUnite, Britain’s biggest trade union and the leading labor union backer of the Labour Party, voted this week to support BDS, the boycott/divestment/sanctions movement, but also to reject the peace process. The report is at Middle East Monitor:

A motion titled “Israeli-Palestinian Co-operation” was not carried, however. The motion expressed support for the stricken U.S.-led peace talks and encouraged engagement with both Israeli and Palestinian trade unions.

The vote is further evidence that the two-state paradigm is collapsing. Even as Martin Indyk and the US establishment affirm that the two-state solution is the only option, the failure of the peace process and Israel’s relentless expansion have made these declarations highly doubtful. Europe is turning increasingly to boycott measures; even Roger Cohen, a liberal Zionist, says the Green Line is “long-forgotten;” and many on the left are offering more inclusive alternatives (like Noam Chomsky’s vision of a binational alternative at our site last year).

Here is a portion of Memo’s report on the motions that carried:

Unite, Britain’s biggest trade union, has slammed Israel as “guilty of the crime of apartheid” and committed itself to BDS campaigning…

The motion commits Unite to taking “bolder steps like those that were taken against the South African apartheid regime” as part of the fight against “the Israeli ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people”. The union will work with others to develop a “campaigning and leverage strategy around BDS within the next 12 months”, notably “against complicit companies involved in the occupation, the apartheid wall and the illegal settlements (such as Veolia, G4S and Sainsbury’s)”.

 

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  1. Tom Suarez
    Tom Suarez on July 5, 2014, 1:22 pm

    Unite, of course, would fully support a peace process. It is, rather, refusing to support the “peace process”. The “peace process” has not failed; it has achieved precisely what it was designed to achieve.

    • seafoid
      seafoid on July 5, 2014, 3:32 pm

      Yes but where does Israel go now ? No plan B.

      • a blah chick
        a blah chick on July 5, 2014, 4:29 pm

        They should consult Lieberman, he seems full of ideas.

      • traintosiberia
        traintosiberia on July 6, 2014, 2:09 am

        Which one . US has a Liberman. US one does not use bad language though when suggesting murders and mayhem.

      • hophmi
        hophmi on July 5, 2014, 4:58 pm

        Why does Israel need a plan B to deal with an irrelevant British trade union?

      • justicewillprevail
        justicewillprevail on July 5, 2014, 5:14 pm

        It doesn’t. It does, however, need a plan if it wants ever to become a normalised country which observes the same human rights and obligations for all its citizens as do others, and avoid its increasing pariah status. Unite are merely expressing their support for this unremarkable aim, like many others.

      • Citizen
        Citizen on July 5, 2014, 6:03 pm

        Yeah, hophmi, we know, Israel can laugh at all goyish alarm at what Israel does. Keep laughing. What goes around, comes around.

      • seafoid
        seafoid on July 6, 2014, 4:36 am

        Plan A is apartheid defended by obligatory vip visits to yadvashem. What is plan B?

      • traintosiberia
        traintosiberia on July 6, 2014, 8:47 am

        Remember hophmi – not that long ago ,these organizations both here and in the US were hoodwinked,lied,and threatened , forcing them to offer unconditional support to the creation of the Israel . It is like what is still continuing in the department of the treasury,State dept, Pentagon,Administration and more or less every congressmen and senators , media,academia,and union in US.
        Israel has already have a Plan – searching for sanctuary in India and China and Ethiopia and Phillipne. That is Plan E.

      • hophmi
        hophmi on July 7, 2014, 10:37 am

        “Sure, “Israel” never needed Britain at all! The hell with Balfour! The hell with Sykes, Picot, and the rest of those limeys! What did Britain ever do for the Zionists?”

        You guys have been saying to hell with that stuff for years.

        I know you drink the Pali-kool-aid and think that Britain was a great help, but it was much more of a hindrance. Britain set strict quotas on immigration in 1939. It advised the Arab Legion. It did not fight the Independence War for Israel. It allowed Jews into Palestine after the war only under great international pressure.

        So I’m not going say “Thank you British.” There’s only one reason Britain might want some credit for Israel. And that is that unlike most former British colonial ventures, unlike most former colonial ventures, period, Israel is a net positive.

        “Had the British not ended the Mandate”

        Had the British not ended the Mandate? They were more than eager to wash their hands of the Mandate.

        “The British afforded the Palestinians the same opportunity”

        And they markedly refused to take it.

        “Palestine was never a colony of the Brits. ”

        Whatever you need to tell yourself. It was the occupying force in the region.

        Why are you so moronically ignorant and incapable of rational thought?

      • Woody Tanaka
        Woody Tanaka on July 7, 2014, 10:45 am

        ” It allowed Jews into Palestine after the war only under great international pressure.”

        It had no right to let anyone in, without the approval of the Palestinians.

        “Israel is a net positive. ”

        LMAO. No, Israel is an unmitigated evil.

      • talknic
        talknic on July 7, 2014, 11:53 am

        hophmi “Britain set strict quotas on immigration in 1939”

        Rightly so. They had a legal obligation to the LoN Mandate for Palestine to protect the country for all its legal inhabitants

        ” It did not fight the Independence War for Israel”

        Why would anyone? Jewish terrorist forces were busy dispossessing non-Jews in territories not allocated for the Jewish state. 66 years later and Jewish forces are still in territories never allotted for the Jewish state, never proclaimed as Israeli, never recognized as Israeli, never legally annexed to Israel, yet illegally settled by Israelis.

        “It allowed Jews into Palestine after the war only under great international pressure”

        The Brits had a mandate, why should they break it?

        ” There’s only one reason Britain might want some credit for Israel. And that is that unlike most former British colonial ventures, unlike most former colonial ventures, period, Israel is a net positive”

        It was NEVER a British colonial venture.

        “They were more than eager to wash their hands of the Mandate”

        Indeed face with Jewish terrorism, who wouldn’t want rid of the responsibility of trying to maintain a mandate which the Zionist Federation did its best to destroy

        //The British afforded the Palestinians the same opportunity//

        “And they markedly refused to take it”

        They couldn’t take it, Jewish terrorist forces were already occupying territory slated for the Arab state by the time the Mandate ended. They continued to occupy territory slated for the Arab state after Israel was “proclaimed as an independent republic within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947″ Entities cannot proclaim independence while their territories in part or whole are under the control of another entity. That’s why the British ended the Mandate, to give Jews & Arabs the opportunity to proclaim their own states if they wished!

        //Palestine was never a colony of the Brits//

        “Whatever you need to tell yourself. It was the occupying force in the region”

        That’d be what ever YOU need to tell yourself! Either you don’t know the difference between occupation and colonization in which case you really are quite ignorant OR you’re just another idiotic apologist for illegal Israeli expansionism.

      • Mooser
        Mooser on July 6, 2014, 12:04 pm

        “Why does Israel need a plan B to deal with an irrelevant British trade union?”

        Sure, “Israel” never needed Britain at all! The hell with Balfour! The hell with Sykes, Picot, and the rest of those limeys! What did Britain ever do for the Zionists?

      • hophmi
        hophmi on July 6, 2014, 12:31 pm

        “What did Britain ever do for the Zionists?”

        Virtually nothing of importance. Israel became a state because the Jews were willing to build it and fight for it. Britain was mostly a hindrance.

        If Israel “owes” something to Britain, it is exactly the same as what the Palestinians will owe should they achieve statehood. In other words, not much.

        The idea that former colonies of European colonial powers “owe” something to their former masters is highly offensive and deeply patronizing, in the worst way.

      • talknic
        talknic on July 6, 2014, 5:14 pm

        @ hophmi “Virtually nothing of importance. Israel became a state because the Jews were willing to build it and fight for it. Britain was mostly a hindrance”

        Nonsense. Had the British not ended the Mandate (which was to form a PALESTINIAN state in which Jews could have citizenship http://wp.me/PDB7k-Q#Mandate ), there’d be no independent Jewish state. Entities can’t declare independence while occupied.

        “If Israel “owes” something to Britain, it is exactly the same as what the Palestinians will owe should they achieve statehood. “

        You’re full of ziopoop. The British afforded the Palestinians the same opportunity, it has been Jewish forces in territory allotted the Arab state preventing Palestinian independence.

        “The idea that former colonies of European colonial powers “owe” something to their former masters is highly offensive and deeply patronizing, in the worst way”

        Uh huh. Problem with your ignorant ziopoop is the fact that Palestine was never a colony of the Brits. The State of Israel has never been occupied or a colony of any other entity.

        Why are you and your fellows so moronically ignorant and incapable of rational thought?

      • Mooser
        Mooser on July 7, 2014, 10:24 am

        Thanks, ‘talknic’!

    • TheAZCowBoy
      TheAZCowBoy on July 6, 2014, 10:07 pm

      Rule #1: You never make a arbitraitor of peace out of his your enemies criminal friend who’s weapons have beem murdering your people for decades.
      Rule #2: You never send in your arbitrators ‘rabid pit bull dog’ (Indyk) to assit him in debating your future.
      Rule #3. AmeriKKKa is a most unworthy ‘even handed peace-maker.’ 4m massacred civilians in Iraq, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, on his ‘rap’ sheet (For the moment, we’ll skip some 300,000 cold blooded murders in AF/PAK, Yemen, Somalia, Syria and Mali and another 300,000+ massacred innocents in Central America) certainly makes AmeriKKKa an unsavory ‘friend of peace.’

  2. amigo
    amigo on July 5, 2014, 1:38 pm

    “Unite the Union, known as Unite, is a British and Irish trade union, formed on 1 May 2007, by the merger of Amicus and the Transport and General Workers’ Union. The General Secretary of Unite is Len McCluskey.[2]

    On 2 July 2008, Unite signed an agreement to merge with the United Steelworkers to form a new global union entity called Workers Uniting which represents over 3 million members in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, North America and the Caribbean. Unite retains its separate identity in the United Kingdom.” WIKI

    Thats a lot of john does spreading the truth about apartheid Israel and it,s true intentions .

    • RoHa
      RoHa on July 5, 2014, 8:04 pm

      I haven’t kept up with union affairs in Britain, but the old TGWU was a power in the land. British governments, Tory as well as Labour, took it very seriously.

  3. Justpassingby
    Justpassingby on July 5, 2014, 1:50 pm

    Great, bds have scored many goals this year.

  4. Baldur
    Baldur on July 5, 2014, 2:40 pm

    Wow, this is huge.

  5. concernedhuman
    concernedhuman on July 5, 2014, 2:47 pm

    Another nail in the coffin !!Go BDS !!

    Is it because isreal has been since years moving ahead grabbing land building settlements beyond green line , the two state solution is fading?!

    Does unite think since israel has grabbed much land beyond 1967 green line and US not being a honest broker and forcing PA to accept what ever israel offers and that will be injustice to Palestinians ….?!!
    Or Unite knows Peace process is just for the name sake ?!
    But s

  6. MHughes976
    MHughes976 on July 5, 2014, 3:29 pm

    It will be very interesting to see how Unite makes its way through the UK legal minefield which, as I’ve been mentioning, has so strongly deterred my union, the UCU.

    • hophmi
      hophmi on July 5, 2014, 4:59 pm

      I’d imagine UNITE will have problems navigating British anti-racism laws.

      • justicewillprevail
        justicewillprevail on July 5, 2014, 5:12 pm

        Ill-informed nonsense. Your imagination is fevered. Of course it won’t stop the bots trying, as they do all the time in the US. Funny to see racists trying to use anti-racist laws in their favour.

      • Justpassingby
        Justpassingby on July 5, 2014, 5:19 pm

        hophmi

        This shows UK are fed up with the racist regime in Israel.

      • Penfold
        Penfold on July 5, 2014, 5:26 pm

        I can’t see why it would be a problem as there is nothing racist in what they have said or done to date, had they replaced Israel with “Jew” or “Jewish” you may have had a case but they didn’t.

        After all you can not make people or companies buy from those they do not want to buy from nor can you make them work for people or companies they do not want to work for.

        It is purely a matter of conscience and I for one are pleased to see they have one hopefully one day you will too.

      • hophmi
        hophmi on July 5, 2014, 7:23 pm

        You should ask the UCU about that.

      • Penfold
        Penfold on July 5, 2014, 7:53 pm

        I can’t see any point in doing that as I have no doubt that organisations the size of these unions have already obtained legal advice on the matter as they do with almost every policy change.

      • mikeo
        mikeo on July 5, 2014, 8:19 pm

        You should ask the UCU about that.

        About what hophmi?

        About the case in which the UCU was “cleared of harassment in landmark tribunal” described as a “Crushing defeat for Israel lobby as anti-boycott litigation fails in UK” and reported by the Jewish Chronicle as “A blistering rejection of pro-Israel activist Ronnie Fraser’s case against the academic union, UCU”

        An Employment Tribunal ruled the claim of “institutional anti-Semitism,” brought by union member and Academic Friends of Israel director Ronnie Fraser, was dismissed on all counts.

        The ruling is a dramatic and comprehensive defeat for the Israeli “lawfare” strategy, and may even have backfired for its proponents who today descended into acrimonious internal back-biting.

        In the 49-page ruling, the three-person tribunal comprehensively considered the 10 points of the detailed complaint, brought on behalf of Fraser by high-profile pro-Israel lawyer Anthony Julius.

        After dismissing each one of them in detail (“without substance … devoid of any merit … palpably groundless … untenable … obviously hopeless”), the document appears to foreclose the possibility of another such “lawfare” attack ever being brought to court again (at least using UK Tribunals)

        Not a great example for promoters of the Zionist cause I would say…

      • Mooser
        Mooser on July 6, 2014, 12:08 pm

        “You should ask the UCU about that.”

        Are you daft, man? You want to bring up the UCU? Why don’t you tell us what happened in the UCU case? ROTFLMSJAO!

        Oh, I see mikeo got it. I’m sorry, I was laughing so hard when Hophmi mentioned UCU I couldn’t read.

      • Mooser
        Mooser on July 6, 2014, 12:19 pm

        “You should ask the UCU about that.”

        Gee, Hophmi, I would think you would be watching videotapes of the revival of the ancient Jewish religious practices in Israel. Must be very inspiring.

      • Shingo
        Shingo on July 5, 2014, 5:33 pm

        You clearly have quite an imagination Hop if you think anti descrimination laws would support apartheid.

      • Stephen Shenfield
        Stephen Shenfield on July 5, 2014, 5:49 pm

        Shingo: Hophmi may be referring to the Racial and Religious Hatred Act of 2006, which criminalizes incitement of racial and religious hatred, rather than the laws against racial discrimination. British Zionists may well try to use this law against BDS by claiming that it is anti-Semitic.

      • Penfold
        Penfold on July 5, 2014, 6:22 pm

        What race or religion are they discriminating against and how are they inciting racial and religious hatred?

        They are not advocating war they are simply taking a different path to peace.

      • justicewillprevail
        justicewillprevail on July 5, 2014, 6:50 pm

        Well in that case they should be arresting the entire Israeli embassy staff on behalf of their government.

      • Pat Nguyen
        Pat Nguyen on July 5, 2014, 11:50 pm

        Shingo, Israel does not practice apartheid. Is that not obvious to you?

      • Mooser
        Mooser on July 6, 2014, 12:17 pm

        “Shingo, Israel does not practice apartheid. Is that not obvious to you?”

        You know Pat, I think you are right. “Apartheid” is a South African word, and in Israel they speak their own, uh, language. I’m sure if there isn’t a “Hebrew” word for what they do a Yiddish word can be found.

      • Djinn
        Djinn on July 5, 2014, 11:27 pm

        You’re imagination is quite fevered so I’m not surprised it throws that up.

        For those of us living in the real world, it won’t. It would go down in flames just like the sad pathetic attempt at law fare by Ronnie Fraser.

  7. lonely rico
    lonely rico on July 5, 2014, 4:58 pm

    @MHughes976

    … how Unite makes its way through the UK legal minefield which, as I’ve been mentioning, has so strongly deterred my union, the UCU.

    UK legal minefield – could you please elucidate ?
    Deterred your union to BDS ?

    • Djinn
      Djinn on July 5, 2014, 11:36 pm

      Having experience working with that legislation there is no way in hell it could be used against someone supporting the aims of the BDS unless they said something along the lines of “we support the BDS because we hate Jews”.

      However some organisations can not afford the time and money it may cost if some Zionist nutbag decides to bring a case. Costs don’t always get awarded against the losing side and even if they do the organisations in question (which tend to be NFP ones) have had staff paid time wasted preparing for and appearing in front of judges.

      See for yourselves folks: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2006/1/pdfs/ukpga_20060001_en.pdf

  8. Palikari
    Palikari on July 5, 2014, 6:04 pm

    Why should a British union support BDS or the so called “peace talks”? They should focus on supporting British workers’ rights and leave the Middle East alone.

    • justicewillprevail
      justicewillprevail on July 5, 2014, 6:16 pm

      Oh dear. Because they have always historically supported the rights of the disenfranchised and downtrodden, wherever in the world that needs that support. There was plenty of international support to end apartheid, and trade unions were instrumental in that. This is no different. I know it is hard for you to understand why people should act outside of their own narrow self-interest, especially since that ethos is exemplified by the destructive, brutal nature of Israel that we have seen this week.

    • just
      just on July 5, 2014, 6:21 pm

      You’re not totally daft, are you “Palikari”?

      • adele
        adele on July 5, 2014, 8:14 pm

        I was shaking my head too Just, feeling sorry for the poor daft bugger, he hasn’t a clue on the history of labor solidarity.

        I’m not sure which way the cause & effect works in this case: if the daft ones are attracted to the zio-cult or if the zio-cult shrinks the brain cells. Either which way, this dangerous zio-toxin needs to come with a medical warning.

      • just
        just on July 5, 2014, 11:12 pm

        One more thing, “Palikari”.

        You might remember the Balfour Declaration… the Brits had something to do with it. Look it up.

      • Palikari
        Palikari on July 5, 2014, 11:32 pm

        I love your comment, habibi: insults and ad hominem attacks. Arguments? Zero.

        You don’t even have a point.

      • Inanna
        Inanna on July 5, 2014, 9:48 pm

        Yes, it’s a disgusting username to have and it’s a wonder that it hasn’t been banned yet.

      • just
        just on July 5, 2014, 11:13 pm

        I think the same, Inanna.

      • MHughes976
        MHughes976 on July 6, 2014, 9:19 am

        I was President of one of the UCU’s predecessor organisations, the Association of University Teachers, 20 years ago. Part of my election pitch was that we should show some generous concern for others who were denied rights that we claimed for ourselves, but that this could only be a minor or restricted part of our work. I might say the same now. We had played our part in the anti-apartheid boycott and in the 30s we had expressed opposition to Hitler. I’m not ashamed of either of these, though it should be said that, like most leftish organisations of the time, we didn’t much oppose Stalin.
        On the legal side, in reply to lonely rico, I’ve put in a few comments here recently, whose main burden was that we, the UCU, obtained a legal opinion some years ago from Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC, a human rights lawyer of the utmost distinction. It advised us, in effect and somewhat to my surprise, that BDS would constitute illegal discrimination against (I think) people of Israeli nationality, since our discrimination laws do not concern ‘race’ only. Since then many in the UCU leadership have been, to the best of my knowledge, pro-Palestinian, but have always decided, as well as I can understand it, that the risk of going ahead with BDS would be unacceptable. If we were challenged and lost, when everyone knew we had been warned so emphatically, the damage would be immense, perhaps even put our existence at risk. The reason why the Unite motion is, as I read it, rather tentative is that they are as well aware of this highly publicised legal opinion as is anyone in those UK circles where BDS is viewed sympathetically. I don’t undertake to explain Lord Lester’s reasoning!

      • Palikari
        Palikari on July 5, 2014, 11:27 pm

        Why don’t you like my username?

        I love it!

    • talknic
      talknic on July 5, 2014, 10:24 pm

      Palikari ” They should focus on supporting British workers’ rights..”

      Some folk really do have Ziopoop for brains! It is the right of British workers to refuse to be associated with and/or touch goods illegally produced in illegally settled occupied territories supposedly under Israeli protection on behalf of the people of Palestine.

      ” and leave the Middle East alone”

      Israel has been acting beyond the extent of its legally recognized and self proclaimed sovereignty for 66 years, it is the business of all other UN Members to take Israel to task and remind the Jewish state of its obligations and responsibilities. Unfortunately the Jewish state has ignored all the hundreds of opportunities it has been given to adhere to the law and UN Charter, preferring instead to whine and moan about alleged UN bias, while it continues to break the law.

      • RoHa
        RoHa on July 6, 2014, 1:49 am

        “It is the right of British workers to refuse to be associated with and/or touch goods illegally produced in illegally settled occupied territories supposedly under Israeli protection on behalf of the people of Palestine.”

        And if the union says “our workers won’t transport or in any way deal with those goods”, then the goods will be effectively blocked from the British market.

    • Djinn
      Djinn on July 5, 2014, 11:30 pm

      They should focus on whatever their members want them to.

    • amigo
      amigo on July 6, 2014, 5:59 am

      “They should focus on supporting British workers’ rights and leave the Middle East alone.” Palikari

      Hey Ziokari, when you zionist murderers leave the ME we will leave the ME alone.

      Eiher do it voluntarily or be pushed out.

      You can commit national hari kari or live as equals in the ME.

    • traintosiberia
      traintosiberia on July 6, 2014, 10:04 am

      Why?
      Universalism is not restricted to the Jewish causes .That’s why. Isreal came into being by manipulating ideas of universal ,extraterritorial ,transcendental and global ideas and interests . It has not stopped using the talking points based on those same principles but making it exclusionary and getting it distorted .
      How many times from Brandeis to the current crop of the aged and emerging faces in the neocon gallery ,have we heard this kind of argument – where israeli interest should be protected and ensured by the west for it(Israel) is good ,it is moral,it is value based and it is not or should not be subjected to narrow national interest , sometimes reminding of the centuries old persecution oblige every generations to support Israel.

  9. James Canning
    James Canning on July 5, 2014, 7:02 pm

    Icontinue to think that the presence of hundreds of thousands of Jews on parts of the West Bank, need not require a border change.

  10. lonely rico
    lonely rico on July 5, 2014, 7:26 pm

    @Palikari

    Why should a British union support BDS ?

    I suspect it derives from unionist’s fundamental belief in justice for EVERYONE, not just one class of people.
    Perhaps a difficult concept for those who believe in privilege divinely bestowed on one (heavily armed) people.

    • Palikari
      Palikari on July 5, 2014, 11:29 pm

      Justice for everyone… except the Jews. That reminds me why I hate unions.

      • talknic
        talknic on July 6, 2014, 12:26 pm

        @ Palikari “Justice for everyone … except the Jews. “

        Uh? The justice for Israeli Jews who illegally usurp, illegally annex, illegally settle, illegally profit from non-Israeli resources in territories under Israeli military occupation, is to be either sanctioned or prosecuted and if armed in non-Israeli territories, they may be LEGALLY captured, held prisoner or alternatively simply SHOT!

      • Mooser
        Mooser on July 7, 2014, 10:30 am

        “Justice for everyone… except the Jews. That reminds me why I hate unions.”

        ROTLMSJAO!!!! (Oh, BTW, that stands for “Rolling On The Floor Laughing My Skinny Jewish Ass Off!) Yup, if there’s one thing that never did a thing for Jews, it’s Unions!!

        Wow, what a promotion we have gotten since the establishment of Israel! Not only did we all become white apparently we all all rich capitalists, with no need of unions. Thank you Zionism, for making us The Aristocrats.

  11. Kay24
    Kay24 on July 5, 2014, 7:34 pm

    The noose is tightening. Yes!

    Once again Europe is taking the lead, and BDS against Israel, is spreading fast.
    I would say it is very admirable the way the EU is handling Israel.

    At the end, we will see the US the only nation still kissing up to a brutal occupier, and supplying it with weapons, to use on helpless civilians.

    • Mooser
      Mooser on July 7, 2014, 10:31 am

      “The noose is tightening. Yes! “

      That’s true, but me, I’m cuttin’ loose!

  12. Daniel Rich
    Daniel Rich on July 6, 2014, 12:59 am

    The Chinese phrase “Death by a thousand cuts.” comes to mind…

    • just
      just on July 6, 2014, 5:39 pm

      Self- cutting comes to mind. So does Munchausen’s and Munchausen by proxy syndromes…….

      And a whole lot of sociopathy.

      • Daniel Rich
        Daniel Rich on July 6, 2014, 8:21 pm

        @ just,

        The difference being that you could lol @ Munchausen’s BS, but the sheer Israeli horror [unfolding as we speak] evokes screams of bewilderment.

  13. traintosiberia
    traintosiberia on July 6, 2014, 2:13 am

    It is time for Israel to open more offices in Rwanda,India,China,and Ethiopia. But how would they insert themselves among Thor colored faces to hide their ethnic identities that allow them to hide ethnically focussed illegal activities in the west?
    Thanks to the Labour Union.

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