Gaza death toll rises above 600


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  1. #1 by MJ on 07/22/2014 - 9:34

  2. #2 by Bill Burroughs on 07/22/2014 - 9:34

    It was another long night of uneasy sleep, thinking about the more than six decades of horrors and terrors experienced by the people of Palestine at the hands of fanatical racist murderers and land thieves, but in the late hours of the night a possible solution to the “Israeli problem” came to me, a solution which hearkens back to the good ol’ days of the Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian empires (934-539 BCE) when Israel and Judah used to get their asses kicked hard on a regular basis. Even back in those times, the kings, priesthood, and wealthy nobles of the small vassal kingdoms of Israel and Judah were characterized by their arrogance, brutality, sedition, and double-dealings. For example, in the biblical books of I and II Kings, as well as in Assyrian, Babylonian, and Egyptian documents, we read of how the king of Israel, or the king of Judah, would sign a vassal treaty of loyalty and alliance with, say, the king of Assyria, and then would turn right around and make a military alliance with the king of Egypt against the Assyrians, and vice-versa, would sign a loyalty oath with the Egyptians, and then turn around and make a secret military alliance with the Assyrians or Babylonians against the Egyptians. This type of sedition and double-dealing of the Israelite kings was, of course, what led to the deportation and exile of Israel’s king, courtiers, nobles, priests, and skilled workers to northern Iraq and Iran in 722 BCE, followed by the demise of the kingdom of Israel. The kings of Judah followed this same path of political stupidity in the late 7th/early 6th centuries BCE, making secret deals with Egypt against King Nebuchadnezzer of Babylon, with whom a vassal contract had been made and signed. This led to three exilic deportations of Judah’s leadership to Mesopotamia in 597, 587, and 582 BCE. In 587, Nebuchadnezzar’s patience with this unruly seditious people finally came to an end and he decided to sack Jerusalem and burn the temple of the god Yahweh to the ground, bringing an end to the kingdom of Judah, and turning it into a Babylonian province.

    Thus, taking a good historical solution whose time has perhaps once again arrived, here is my solution to the global problem called “Israel” – Enforce a no-fly zone over Israel, land a global fighting force of 200,000, arrest the leaders of Israel’s political, military, intelligence, and financial structures, and deport them into permanent exile after burning Tel Aviv and the Yad Vashem temple of lies to the ground. Or if the logistics of exile are too complicated or expensive, a powerfully potent message could also be sent to any future leadership by taking the captured Netanyahu and his crew and flaying them alive like the Assyrians used to do, hanging their skins for display purposes from the walls of Jerusalem. And you might ask, to where could these criminals be exiled? Last night, the answer came to me in a flash. You know that island of plastic containers the size of Texas floating somewhere out in the South Pacific? That’s the place! Let the New Babylonian Exile commence!!!

  3. #3 by Tony from IN on 07/22/2014 - 9:34

    Plane shot down over Ukraine, 298 names (plus many photos) scrawl across the bottom of your TV screen, continuously, in remembrance.

    600 Palestinians killed and counting….and no names.
    Sounds like an equitable attempt at bereavement.
    Thanks!! Jewish MS Corporate Media.

  4. #4 by Tony from IN on 07/22/2014 - 9:34

    Watch these two Jews talk about Gaza.
    No discussion of hundreds of civilians killed, just a bad thing for Israel because of “anti-semitism” lol

  5. #5 by Tony from IN on 07/22/2014 - 9:34

    Sorry, wrong video, try this one;

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