The Victory Hour Dec 15, 2013


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  1. #1 by bigcree1 on December 16, 2013 - 6:48 pm

    AT this hour our realtives in Palestine and Syria are being attacked by the vile creatures of Zion. I must say it is appalling beyond words as they are deprived even more of the things most of us living outside of that region take for granted every day. Think of them dear readers. Think of what you would do in their place.

  2. #2 by Egeria on December 16, 2013 - 7:52 pm

    Thank you BigCree Shadowhawk for addressing our Palestinian and Syrian Brothers and Sisters as our ‘Relatives’. This was indeed the spirit of this edition of The Victory Hour.

    Unless here in the West we wake up from our INDIFFERENCE to the plight of our Relatives in the Zionist-targeted areas of the Middle East and beyond we shall soon face the same fate.
    When that happens -and let there be no doubt that it is bound to happen indeed- all we can hope for is that our forsaken Relatives in those Regions will show for us the concern and caring we failed to bring up for them.

  3. #3 by bigcree1 on December 16, 2013 - 8:17 pm

    Egeria my dear we all face it right now. The beast is stirring like never before to survive our concerted rise against it in desperation. It is overdue and I welcome the challenge. With so many people coming together in a common cause on common ground there is little doubt we can finally put this raging rabid beast down for good and for the good of all. We are there and from here on out the real fight ensues. I stand ready!

  4. #4 by Egeria on December 16, 2013 - 9:10 pm

    Thank you noble warrior Shadowhawk – I stand ready too, right on your side!

  5. #5 by Ingrid B on December 17, 2013 - 7:22 am

    sent a little extra this month to the olive kids, but I don`t suppose it will do the kids in Gaza much good, I don`t suppose money has much meaning there anymore. Kids in Gaza are blaming Abbas, and so do I. This traitor to Palestine could, and should, do more for Gaza..

    although I`m not religeous, I enjoy christmas, which is a time, for me, to send greetings to people I haven`t seen for some time. My favourite uncle died a few days ago, he, too, was born on christmas day, his name was Noel. although I enjoy this time of year, there is always an underlying feeling of sadness for those who are suffering..

    At the risk of repeating myself too often, I`m posting some thoughts which I have sent round to various media, and persons of “importance” who could make a difference, but who don`t, in order to prick their consciences. A councilor in the district of Scotland where I used to live, put it concisely in a reply to my e-mail a few years ago, that whilst she sympathised with the plight of the Palestinians, it was, for them, more important to “do business” with Israel..

    Have a nice christmas everyone, enjoy your time with your loved ones, while you still can..

    Silent Night

    There are only a few more days until christmas, a time when people worldwide, both religeous, and non-religeous, celebrate the birth of a child, a child who was named Jesus. People of varying nationalities, and religeous affiliations, celebrate this time of year, in traditional ways. Most decorate trees, wrap presents, and plan family gatherings. It`s a nice time of year, for most. However, in the land of Jesus` birth, things are very different. The land of Palestine is under occupation, and the descendants of Jesus, are being persecuted, and brutalized, by those who believe that Jesus is eternally boiling in his own excrement, and that his mother, Mary, revered by christians, and muslims alike, was a whore. You don`t have to take my word for it, these facts can be found in the writings of those who occupy Palestine..

    There isn`t much of the land of Palestine left for it`s indigenous people. The area called the West Bank, is being eroded by settlements, and Jerusalem is being surrounded, and annexed from the West Bank by settlements. The tiny sliver of land called Gaza, is completely sealed off from the rest of the world..

    Gaza is roughly similar in size to this strip of land where I live, but there the similarity ends. This strip of land where I live, has a population of about five hundred, whereas the population of Gaza is roughly one point four million citizens. Both are mainly populated by fishermen, and farmers, the difference being, that here fishermen fish, and farmers farm, in relative peace, and safety, whereas those in Gaza live, and work, in fear of being targeted by snipers, tanks, and warships patrolling the Gazan coast..

    For seven years now, Gaza has been locked down, under siege, and is at the mercy of both it`s occupiers, and it`s neighbouring country of Egypt. For several months, no gasoline has been “allowed” into Gaza, and consequently Gaza`s power plant, and sewerage system have shut down..

    The people of Gaza, those, that is, who are still alive, have survived two brutal assaults, each lasting weeks, when all forms of munitions were rained down on the unprotected heads of the people of Gaza, from land, sea, and air. These people were trapped, with nowhere to run, nowhere to hide. Even UN buildings sheltering families were strafed, and bombed. Every living thing became a target, people, animals, chickens, even the animals in the childrens zoo were targeted. Illegal, and inhumane forms of weaponry were used. Children were buried under rubble, or burned to a cinder by white phosphorous..

    For weeks now, Gaza has been drowning in raw sewerage, and has had little, or no power, and now, on top of everything else, a natural disaster, in the form of storms, has brought icy winds, and freezing rain, which floods homes, and streets. Then the floodgates were opened, deliberately, some say, by the occupying forces. The floodgates of a dam, overlooking Gaza, were opened, making a dire, almost unbearable situation much worse, and so, this christmas, whilst people worldwide are exchanging gifts, eating, drinking, and making merry, the descendants of the prophet, who`se birth is being celebrated, are forced to live in squalor, with no heating, next to no light, and are having to wade through untreated sewerage, or floods, in order to get from place, to place..

    It hardly seems fair, does it? and governments, who could, and should, do something to ease the situation, are complicit by their silence. I wonder why..

  6. #6 by Egeria on December 17, 2013 - 7:23 pm

    Thank you my dear sister Ingrid for your heart-felt account of the plight of occupied Palestine.
    And thank you in a very special way for calling our beloved Brothers and Sisters in Palestine ‘the Descendants of Jesus’.

  7. #7 by Ingrid B on December 18, 2013 - 5:51 pm

    @Egeria, they are, ‘the Descendants of Jesus’. unfortunately we have to keep reminding people..

    Had an exchange of e-mails with a lady in the US that I have come to love, and respect, the difficulty being, that she has jewish friends, which makes me a little careful about what to say..

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