Jews Jewing – But World Catching On
Posted by alex in World War Wheeee! at 3:52 pm | Permanent Link
The jews invaded Lebanon on the ground Wednesday — and got a couple of their American bubble-wrapped bubele boys crushed by the heroes of Hizbollah, in a battle of dueling ambushes. Meanwhile, in America, while jew-neocons sputtered and raged Bush wasn’t bloodthirsty enough, and goyfront neocons speculated on World War Wheeee! (now with extra nukes!) as asininely as the Washingtonians (as giddily stupid as Newt Gingrich) who went down to picnic at Bull Run, a growing list of jew-clued writers hit the transom with some of the most effective jew-naming articles yet — see lower on this page: Farrell, O’Farrell, Kaminski, Steele — even the cowardly libertarians began to feel within themselves the shame of the jewly awakened, if still not quite brave enough to go public.
[Collection of most recent articles on Hate Hebrews and the horrors they’re producing with American-provided weapons.]
Lind: The Summer of 1914
With Hezbollah’s entry into the war between Israel and Hamas, Fourth Generation war has taken another developmental step forward. For the first time, a non-state entity has gone to war with a state not by waging an insurgency against a state invader, but across an international boundary. Again we see how those who define 4GW simply as insurgency are looking at only a small part of the picture.
‘The Insane Brutality of the State of Israel’
Kathleen Christison — Counterpunch
Words fail; ordinary terms are inadequate to describe the horrors Israel daily perpetrates, and has perpetrated for years, against the Palestinians…. But it needs to be said now, loudly: those who devise and carry out Israeli policies have made Israel into a monster, and it has come time for all of us â€“ all Israelis, all Jews who allow Israel to speak for them, all Americans who do nothing to end US support for Israel and its murderous policies — to recognize that we stain ourselves morally by continuing to sit by while Israel carries out its atrocities against the Palestinians.
Margolis: The Final Say
Eric Margolis — Toronto Sun
The Palestinian-Israeli conflict lies at the heart of Mideast troubles, and is the primary generator for anti-Western violence known as terrorism. It is a weary truism that no nation can bring about Mideast peace except for the United States. But the Bush administration has been too obsessed by its losing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to pay attention to the Levant. US Mideast policy is dominated by neoconservatives and Protestant fundamentalists aligned with Israel’s expansionist right wing, leaving would-be peacemakers in Israel and the Arab World out in the cold. The White House has given Israel a very public green light to go on pounding Lebanon.
Understanding the Suicide Bombers
According to Israelis and their supporters in the American media, Palestinian suicide bombings are an unfathomable evil, the work of deranged men. Only savages, we are led to believe, could kill women and children by blowing themselves up…. In fact, it is not hard to understand the suicide bombers. First, they have a burning desire to kill Israelis, and second, they have no other way to do it. They want to kill Israelis because they believe Israelis have taken their land. Israelis have built hundreds of Jewish settlements on land Palestinians think belongs to them. Israelis have bulldozed their houses, uprooted their olive groves, killed their men, and humiliated their women and children. The United Nations has condemned Israeli actions again and again, but Israel â€” thanks to the support of the United States â€” flouts world opinion.
Israel’s path to total war
By Kaveh L Afrasiabi
One of the most malignant aspects of the new chapter in the Arab-Israeli conflict is the myth of Israel as the assaulted party, lavishly propagated by the White House and the infinite pro-Israel pundits in the US media, including the editors of the New York Times, who have labeled Israel’s blatant aggression against the nation of Lebanon as “legally and morally justified”.
US ‘Democratization’ Initiative in the Middle East is Hypocritical
…The American â€œdemocratizationâ€? effort is hypocritical and insincere. If the United States were to hold Israel to the same standards that it held Iraq, and is now holding Iran, American war planes would be bombing Tel Aviv. Around the world, there is almost universal rejection of American and Israeli policy in the Middle East. This is reflected in numerous votes in the United Nations General Assembly, where â€“ time and time again — the United States U.S. and Israel are alone against the rest of the world.