Hillary Clinton expresses alarm for Israeli Jews, and not one word about Palestinian victims

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The first presidential debate for the Democratic party is taking place in Las Vegas tonight. Hillary Clinton will be center stage. And Hillary Clinton is alarmed by attacks against Israelis:


There is not a word in that statement about Palestinians, dozens of whom have been killed in recent days. There is not even a signal in this statement that Palestinians living under occupation for nearly 50 years might have a right to resist. The entire statement is from the standpoint of Israeli Jews. Notice the empathy, the comment about praying and looking over your shoulder.

If you want to understand why American politics is busted, and how far we have to go in changing the discourse, you need only read that statement. And yes: this statement is pitched to an American audience, of donors. In a word, Haim Saban. (It also explains why neoconservatism isn’t going away anytime soon; because neoconservatism is a hardline Zionist response to Middle East politics, and there are hardline Zionists inside the Democratic Party.)


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Here is the punchline in her statement. ” or travel to prayers”. Part of the mythical jewish state.

Hillary is a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist who defends Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist “Jewish State” and related past and on-going (war) crimes, belligerence and intransigence.

Like all Zio-supremacists, she believes that Jews are entitled to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them.

The only way to get Americans to care about what is going on in Palestine, is to get Americans to care about what Israel has done to their country. Palestinians will be free when every American knows about Israel’s attack on the USS Liberty, the Lavon affair, its spying, the Israeli push for the war with Iraq, a war with Syria and Iran, and Israel’s involvement in many other sordid affairs. Yes, this will lead… Read more »

“There’s no place for violence–only dialogue can produce a lasting peace.”

Last time I checked it was Nir Barkat, not Mahmoud Abbas, who was swaggering around Jerusalem with an assault rifle.

I will be watching the debate with my shot glass in hand. Bottoms up whenever she says “violence” or “rockets”.