Israel Hit By Another Rocket Attack ..

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    steveloukes Guest

    I have never been able to figure out why a critic or opponent of
    Israeli foreign policy is an anti-semite - how does that work?
    steveloukes, Jan 8, 2008
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    Lozzo Guest

    Simple - the whole world hates the jews, so we're all what they'd term
    as anti-semites, but I prefer the terms anti-zionist or anti-jew.
    Semites aren't just jews, you see, and I object to the jews claiming
    exclusivity to the word, even when it demeands them.

    Anyway, wgaf if they suffer another rocket attack. Maybe if they look
    around them they'll realise no fucker likes them or wants them in the
    area. Take a hint jews...leave.
    Lozzo, Jan 8, 2008
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    Beav Guest

    You tell me. It's the same if you criticise someone who's anything other
    than white. Instantly you're a racist.


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    Eiron Guest

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    Paul - xxx Guest

    Des wibbled

    Let them each fight their own little wars. I've no doubt that the
    Israelis will launch a counter-attack.

    PS, I dunno who's who, or what they're fighting for and couldn't care
    less about their war or their politics, so please, just **** off with

    Paul - xxx

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    antonye Guest

    ....and finally, here's some footage of very drunk
    people falling over, set to music.
    antonye, Jan 8, 2008
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    Des Guest

    Des, Jan 8, 2008
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    Des Guest

    It doesn't. No one will find fault for you for criticising Israeli foreign
    policy. But as posts concerning Israel on this newsgroup demonstrate all
    too clearly, the prevaling view is that whatever the Jews do 'they're
    cunts', and whatever the 'Palestinians' do, they're 'poor, innocent

    Singling out Jews for criticism when their behaviour is no worse (and in
    most cases, a whole lot better) than others, is anti-Semitism.

    Happy to have cleared things up for you.


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    'Kaiser: "Can you prove to me the existence of G-d?"
    Bismarck: "The Jews, your Majesty. The Jews"'
    Des, Jan 8, 2008
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    Eiron Guest

    Do you mean there are no Jewish victims of terrorism
    or is your site under construction?
    And is it really your address and phone number in the whois info
    for that site or have you published the details of a local arab
    and are expecting us to send something nasty in the post?
    Eiron, Jan 8, 2008
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    Pete M Guest

    This ain't true. The Palestinians are cunts just as much as the Jews are.
    This is why we put 'em next to each other.
    Nope, it's just tough shit. Occasionally self-inflicted.

    Nobody with any sense gives a shit about religion. Believe in whatever you
    like, but /anyone/ who fights over /anything/ religious should be shot :)
    Pete M, Jan 8, 2008
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    Des Guest

    Hehe. It's an address where I used to live.


    French Biking Vocabulary:

    'Kaiser: "Can you prove to me the existence of G-d?"
    Bismarck: "The Jews, your Majesty. The Jews"'
    Des, Jan 8, 2008
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    Des Guest

    They're not just cunts but liars, thieves and murderers. Give 'em their
    due, though: they've managed to make the entire world forget that they have
    _no_ viable claim to Israeli land. Then again, I think that the world
    hasn't really forgotten due to any 'love' for 'Palestinians', but rather
    due to hatred of Jews.

    If a subset of the Greeks moved into Cornwall and after a few generations
    insisted at the point of a gun that Britain cede that part of the country
    and remove all traces of the previous culture, I believe that they'd get
    short shrift from Westminster. More importantly, I believe that there'd be
    no UN 'special commission' being set up to look into ways of dividing
    Exeter into two and apportioning a slice of the land to the 'Cornwalians'
    of Greek descent.


    French Biking Vocabulary:

    'Kaiser: "Can you prove to me the existence of G-d?"
    Bismarck: "The Jews, your Majesty. The Jews"'
    Des, Jan 8, 2008
  15. <sigh>

    "So many to look down upon and so little time."
    steve auvache, Jan 8, 2008
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    Des Guest

    Are you seriously trying to claim that this would have been reported if
    Dubya hadn't been visiting the Middle East soon?

    On 12 December last year, twenty rockets landed on the town of Sderot in
    the Western Negev. The last mention in _The Telegraph_ of Sderot (that I
    can find) is on 11 November 2006 (I wanted to provide the URL to the search
    results, but it points back to the homepage) when a woman was killed in the
    town. There are only 46 hits. By contrast, 'Palestinian' gives 4,479
    articles, the last one being two days ago.


    ?The media effectively captures the danger average Israelis face from


    During the intifada it was common for the media to portray the battle
    in David versus Goliath terms, an image reinforced by pictures of
    children tossing stones at heavily armed soldiers. The situation was
    actually quite different, as U.S. journalist Sidney Zion discovered
    during an August 1988 visit to Bethlehem. Zion was nearly struck by a
    rock while riding in a taxicab. "It's a good thing the rock missed me,"
    he said. "I didn't see it coming, and wouldn't have lived to see the
    next second had the driver been going a kilometer faster. Fortunately,
    nobody was in that seat, but it was clear that the Arabs weren't aiming
    at dead air."

    Zion ? who had been writing about the Middle East for more than 20
    years ? said that American media reports had led him to believe that
    "the rock-throwers were aiming at the Israeli Army, not at taxicabs.
    Did you ever see anything else on TV? Did you read anything to the
    contrary in the newspapers? Kids were tossing stones at soldiers,
    that's all."

    "It simply didn't occur to me that American journalists would suppress
    news of a life-and-death danger. It was only later that I discovered
    that what happened to us was hardly uncommon," Zion wrote. "On any
    given day in the West Bank, Israeli civilians are getting brain-damaged
    from these nice little Arab youngsters and their pebbles."15

    The "al-Aksa intifada" has featured many of the same images as the
    first uprising, and the media has continued to distort the impact on
    Israelis in the way Zion described.'


    French Biking Vocabulary:

    'Kaiser: "Can you prove to me the existence of G-d?"
    Bismarck: "The Jews, your Majesty. The Jews"'
    Des, Jan 8, 2008
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    Pete M Guest

    Thing is, I don't know any Palestinians, and I don't have a problem with

    I have a problem with anyone who fights because their particular invisible,
    unprovable deity is better than anyone elses.
    There would if the Greeks started bombing the shit out of the Cornwallians
    or vice versa.
    Pete M, Jan 8, 2008
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    Steve Parry Guest


    Oi Cornwall is a Celtic nation and as such is nowt to do with Westminster

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    Geo Guest

    That's what happens when you have a vastly undergunned group fighting
    against an organised military goliath, aided with ridiculous amounts of US
    funding. The Palestinians inevitably take the role of David in this story
    ("Ye Olde Testament"[TM] copyright issues notwithstanding).
    Regarding who's right and who's wrong, I'm not touching that issue with a
    30-foot barge pole in a newsgroup.

    You know, you could reverse the words Palestinian and Jew/Isreali and the
    sentences would still make the exactly same sense.

    Curses! Our cunning plan has been revealed.....
    <sets fire to secret documents>

    Geo, Jan 8, 2008
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    Des Guest

    Let's take the analogy a bit further. After decades of killing unarmed
    Cornish civilians, the 'Cornwalians' (as the new arrivals have called
    themselves, despite their having no tangible link to the land) finally
    manage to get the UN to exert enough pressure on the UK government to force
    them to give a small portion of Cornwall over to the terrorists. So the
    police forcibly evacuate the native Cornish, and bulldoze the Anglican
    churches. That night, the international media show the 'Cornwalians'
    dancing up and down like monkeys on the ruins of the churches before
    dropping their trousers and defecating on what is left of the churches.

    Not only that, but despite having been given land, and despite having
    promised at numerous 'peace conferences' that all they wanted was to live
    in peace with the native Cornish, they proceed to fire an average of three
    homemade 'Hellena' rockets into the Cornish part of the region. Some of
    these rockets make it as far as Bristol and kill a woman preparing dinner
    in her kitchen, as well as a seven-year-old girl on her way to school.
    Inaccurate, unreliable rockets, and they give no thought to where they'll
    land, or to whether or not they'll kill soldiers or civilians. The world
    press largely ignores these events. Can you imagine that?

    No, neither can I.

    The British response is swift: four Pumas track down the launcher fifteen
    miles South of Exeter, and kill the two Cornwalians who had just fired the
    rockets. The next day, the world press attacks Britain for 'excessive
    force'. Can you imagine that?

    No, neither can I.

    One day, a group of armed 'Cornwalians' crosses into neighbouring Devon and
    kills a British soldier and kidnaps another. Britain sends the army into
    Cornwall to rescue the soldier. The next day, the world press screams,
    'Britain launches unprovoked attack against "Cornwalia"!' Can you imagine

    No, neither can I.

    So then elections are held in 'Cornwalia', and the hardline wing of the
    terrorist organisation 'sala'ning-ho' (Greek for 'Liberation' [1]) wins.
    They openly declare that their aim isn't just to seize control of the rest
    of Cornwall, but to see a Hellenic state created from Land's End to John
    O'Groats, and the British would be given the choice of converting to the
    Greek Orthodox Church. Those who refused would be executed.

    Now the British are a little pissed off with this, and so they decide that
    each rocket that landed on Devon or even on Dorset or Somerset, would mean
    that electricity would be cut to 'Cornwalia' for twenty-four hours.

    What? Oh, yeah I'd forgotten to mention: Britain still supplies over 80%
    of 'Cornwalia's' electricity and gas. Talk about biting the hand that
    feeds you, eh? I digress.

    So anyway, the Brits say enough is enough, keep firing rockets at us and
    we'll cut off your electricity. The world press screams, 'Britain starving
    "Cornwalia"!!' or 'humanitarian crisis in "Cornwalia"!!'. Can you imagine

    No, neither can I.

    The fact is that none of these events would be reported in the world press
    as being anything other than unprovoked terrorist attacks on unarmed
    civilians, if the unarmed civilians were not Israeli. Or to put it more
    bluntly: Jews.


    [1] no, I just invented it ..what, you want me to speak _Greek_ as well??
    French Biking Vocabulary:

    'Kaiser: "Can you prove to me the existence of G-d?"
    Bismarck: "The Jews, your Majesty. The Jews"'
    Des, Jan 8, 2008
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