31 July, 2014

Debunking the Myths About Gaza

Posted by Socrates in Israel, Israel - the facts, jewed media, Jewish aggression, Jewish arrogance, Jewish chosenness, Jewish cruelty, Socrates, Zionism at 4:44 pm | Permanent Link

Who’s really responsible for the violence in Gaza? Guess.


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  7. 7 Responses to “Debunking the Myths About Gaza”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      “Who’s really responsible for the violence in Gaza? Guess.”

      My guess it’s the same people who are responsible for the violence in the West Bank,eastern Ukraine, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Egypt, Iraq and even in the streets of Chicago…

      The….ah-ah….ah-JOOOOS! Gesundheit.

      Just a guess.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      Of course there’s nothing funny about what’s going on in those places (except in Shitcago- I always enjoy a good Chimp-on-Chimp shootout), but maybe the Jews’ mask as the misunderstood, long-suffering victims of hatred and persecution, as the champions of human rights and democracy, has finally slipped off their ugly, chupacabra-like faces.

    3. Mark Says:

      Jewish behavior explains the expulsion of Jews from 109 countries and the Pale of Settlement: Jews and human beings cannot coexist. Wherever and whenever Jews exist, Jews exploit, destroy, and eventually kill.

    4. CW-2 Says:

      Jews always enter a country in the disguise of harmless fleeing refugees, when in reality they are rapacious predators in search of fresh victims.

    5. Nom de Guerre Says:

      If the jews were driven into the sea; It would be so much worse for the fishes, and so much better for mankind, to paraphrase Oliver Wendell Holmes.

    6. SB Says:

      The Jews don’t want peace, they want land.
      Mel Gibson was right.

    7. Mary O Says:

      Attended rally and march on Saturday August 2 at the White House. Large crowd filling entire ellipse in front of WH, and estimated at 20K. Mainstream media was not present.

      Generally, the event was a success, with strong morale, and focus.

      Lots of Whites attended this march; from I could tell, they were leftists. One man had a sign saying “Dump Israel” who may have been pro-White. In proposing specific solution, he definitely had the right idea.

      One young White woman had a protest sign which displayed a long quote about peace and justice from Nelson Mandela. Her own words, however simply-stated, would have been more appropriate. She has been trained that she should always reference a non-white to justify her opinion. Obviously, she doesn’t know very much about Mandela, and how he used to torture people to death by putting a tire full of gasoline around around their necks, and setting it on fire.

      A middle-aged White guy from Alabama in the antiwar group was explaining to some young nonwhites that where he used to live the people are racist, and that George Wallace was like an evil demon. The group to whom he was speaking likely had never heard of George Wallace. I suspected he was a CIA spy, perhaps coached to build “rapport” by spouting anti-White memes.

      Spy or not, that’s a general and rather disgusting characteristic of the White leftist: they will openly express contempt for other Whites, inciting nonwhites against us, usually for only the slight “crime” of normal human attitudes.

      In the context of this protest, and also a similar march which I also attended in NYC, the Jews were neither blamed nor criticized for the current invasion of Gaza. A large group of orthodox Jews joined in the protests. Also, many Jewish individuals attended, drawing a distinction between Zionism and Judaism. Unlike most left-wing demonstrations, however, secular Jews were not a strong presence.

      Troubling is that the Palestinian cause is getting boxed into Communism with the Che tee-shirts, and Hoax rhetoric.

      Generally, the attitude is that we Americans are poorly informed, take everything the TV says at face value, and support Israel because although we are “nice,” we don’t know any better.