Students protest Ark. speech by Israe...

Students protest Ark. speech by Israel's ex-PM

There are 32 comments on the KSLA-TV Shreveport story from Oct 28, 2009, titled Students protest Ark. speech by Israel's ex-PM. In it, KSLA-TV Shreveport reports that:

Protesters picketed Tuesday outside a college arena where former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert was scheduled to speak, accusing him of having "bloody hands" from violence inflicted on Palestinians in Gaza.

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“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#24 Oct 29, 2009
mtlonewolf wrote:
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The media are their own worst enemy. The bias is so extremely clear, even a moron should be able to see it...but they don't. Blinders work wonders for those who wish to be blind. The world has plenty of that, obviously...Read: Palestinians...good, kind, benevolant, innocents. Israel...bad, evil, malicious, aggressive perpetrators of treachery. Got it. All Hezbollah, Hamas, Al Qaeda, Iran...good and benevolant, kind and well intentioned. Got it. Crystal clear.
Now Alice...you can wake up!
The Jews control the media, responsible for global warming, responsible for the economic crisis too, we arought the cancer to the world and our biggest plot is to wipe out Islam from the dictionary.
Remind me, did i missed something?
mtlonewolf

United States

#25 Oct 29, 2009
Lipush wrote:
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The Jews control the media, responsible for global warming, responsible for the economic crisis too, we arought the cancer to the world and our biggest plot is to wipe out Islam from the dictionary.
Remind me, did i missed something?
No, you about got it all...Oh, except they also control world hunger, famine, pestilence, and plague. That should about do it, right?! Wow, they must be "SUPER ISRAEL". Look, up in the sky, it's a bird, it's plane, no...it's SUPER ISRAEL.

There, that should do it.

“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#26 Oct 29, 2009
mtlonewolf wrote:
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No, you about got it all...Oh, except they also control world hunger, famine, pestilence, and plague. That should about do it, right?! Wow, they must be "SUPER ISRAEL". Look, up in the sky, it's a bird, it's plane, no...it's SUPER ISRAEL.
There, that should do it.
With the big "I" in the sky, LOL.
Zinfab

Ogden, UT

#27 Oct 29, 2009
Reality wrote:
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Is that the best you've got to respond with?
Your pathetic, but keep trying to downplay me, like you've been trying to do unsuccessfully for 2 months, You might get lucky, but I doubt it.
Since you responded to me it was 'you' I was talking to.
Go back to trolling the threads. There is no feed bag for you here.
Let's keep it real. You're mad because I busted you using two screen-names and talking to yourself.

As far as downplaying you, I can't do a better job of that than you do.
mtlonewolf

United States

#29 Oct 29, 2009
Lipush wrote:
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With the big "I" in the sky, LOL.
Yep! Funny, "Super Israel"...I grabbed this off another one of our many posts. You should like it though:
Rick Moss wrote:
Anti-Semites have always maintained the inconsistent notion that Jews are both an inferior people and masterminds of world control.
It would be hilarious satire if it didn't have such disastrous consequences.
Yep, quite right. Like Zinfab says...Israel apparently carries on the war from both sides, a Superman thing apparently. I guess it's a split personality thing! The logistics must be simply overwhelming. Hilarious that the inferior low lifes are as brilliant and diabolical as Lex Luthor. Guess Superman doesn't stand a chance against the likes of these super brilliant Lex Luthors. I wonder if the Pals, Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda, and Iran carry any secret Kryptonite? Maybe that's what all the negotiations are over? Israel's 4-500 nukes don't stand a chance with Kryptonite and Lex Luthor at the helm!
Here's an interesting recent blurb:...
>>>"By THE WASHINGTON TIMES
The White House believes there is an Islamic bomb in your future. Associated Press reported Tuesday that the Obama administration is "quietly laying the groundwork for long-range strategy that could be used to contain a nuclear-equipped Iran and deter its leaders from using atomic weapons."
American planners are pondering whether Iran can be deterred from using nuclear weapons.
Iran is the number one state sponsor of terrorists, supplies Hamas and Hezbollah with rockets and conventional weapons, and gives materiel, training and intelligence support to extremists in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Iran is directly or indirectly responsible for the deaths of more American military personnel than any other country since the Vietnam War. Tehran does not lack the will to stand up to the United States even without nuclear weapons. It's chilling to consider how much more bold Iran will be with an atomic arsenal.
A nuclear Iran would not immediately launch a full-scale war. At the very least, Tehran would need time to enlarge its nuclear stockpile. But testing a nuclear weapon would give the Islamic Republic an instant insurance policy against regime change. They know that the United States would not respond to their new capability with vigor, so Iran will use nuclear leverage to pursue conflict at the lower ends of the conflict scale."<<<
Interesting to say the least, huh?! Maybe some of that Kryptonite does exist? Just how much is the question, and when/where/how much might be used to finally take care of that schizophrenic Superman?
Here's the rest, and maybe the final punch...
>>>"The United States maintains that an Iranian nuclear weapon would be "unacceptable," but this is empty rhetoric.
Saying a course of action is unacceptable and not imposing serious consequences once the line is crossed is irresponsible and encourages other countries to test the same limits. Hence, when the United States declares that Iran "will not be permitted" to achieve nuclear-weapons capability, Tehran's response is: Says who?
The United States should be planning for the more probable contingency of an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear program. When Israel says something is unacceptable, it means it, and Israel is not afraid to back up its statements with force.
Israel has consistently taken military action against nuclear threats from their hostile neighbors. An Israeli attack on the Iranian nuclear program will have significant consequences for the region, and Washington will be required to demonstrate strong leadership.
The coming conflict will require more than another goodwill tour of the Middle East by Mr. Obama or a tart comment from the secretary of state. A war is brewing, and the United States should get serious about which side it wants to be on."<<<
http://washingtontimes.com/news/2009/oct/29/g...
mtlonewolf

United States

#30 Oct 30, 2009
Lipush wrote:
<quoted text>
With the big "I" in the sky, LOL.
Yep! Funny, "Super Israel"...I grabbed this off another one of our many posts. You should like it though:

Rick Moss wrote:
Anti-Semites have always maintained the inconsistent notion that Jews are both an inferior people and masterminds of world control.
It would be hilarious satire if it didn't have such disastrous consequences.

Yep, quite right. Like Zinfab says...Israel apparently carries on the war from both sides, a Superman split personality thing! The logistics must be overwhelming. Hilarious that the inferior low lifes are as brilliant and diabolical as Lex Luthor. Guess Superman doesn't stand a chance against the likes of these. I wonder if the Pals, Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda, and Iran carry any secret Kryptonite? Maybe that's what all the negotiations are over? Israel's 4-500 nukes don't stand a chance with Kryptonite and Lex Luthor at the helm!

Here's an interesting recent blurb:...

>>>"By THE WASHINGTON TIMES

The White House believes there is an Islamic bomb in your future. Associated Press reported Tuesday that the Obama administration is "quietly laying the groundwork for long-range strategy that could be used to contain a nuclear-equipped Iran and deter its leaders from using atomic weapons."

American planners are pondering whether Iran can be deterred from using nuclear weapons.

Iran is the number one state sponsor of terrorists, supplies Hamas and Hezbollah with rockets and conventional weapons, and gives materiel, training and intelligence support to extremists in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Iran is directly or indirectly responsible for the deaths of more American military personnel than any other country since the Vietnam War. It's chilling to consider how much more bold Iran will be with an atomic arsenal.

A nuclear Iran would not immediately launch a full-scale war. At the very least, Tehran would need time to enlarge its nuclear stockpile. But testing a nuclear weapon would give the Islamic Republic an instant insurance policy against regime change. They know that the United States would not respond to their new capability with vigor, so Iran will use nuclear leverage to pursue conflict at the lower ends of the conflict scale."<<<

Interesting to say the least, huh?! Maybe some of that Kryptonite does exist? Just how much is the question, and when/where/how much might be used to finally take care of that schizophrenic Superman?

Here's the rest...

>>>"The United States maintains that an Iranian nuclear weapon would be "unacceptable," but this is empty rhetoric.

Saying a course of action is unacceptable and not imposing serious consequences once the line is crossed is irresponsible and encourages other countries to test the same limits.

The United States should be planning for the more probable contingency of an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear program. When Israel says something is unacceptable, it means it, and Israel is not afraid to back up its statements with force.

Israel has consistently taken military action against nuclear threats from their hostile neighbors. An Israeli attack on the Iranian nuclear program will have significant consequences for the region, and Washington will be required to demonstrate strong leadership.

The coming conflict will require more than another goodwill tour of the Middle East by Mr. Obama or a tart comment from the secretary of state. A war is brewing, and the United States should get serious about which side it wants to be on."<<<

http://washingtontimes.com/news/2009/oct/29/g...
Dan USA

Waukesha, WI

#31 Nov 1, 2009
Again, too many Muslims teaching in our American universities. And sadly the late professor Said (of Columbia University) died in digrace. He was a Christian Arab frontrunner for the creation of an Arab Palestine but was ultimately exiled and his books banned by the late thug terrorist Yassir Arafat. And the term Palestinian has no credibility in the present era.
Abel Tomlinson

Country Club Hills, IL

#32 Nov 24, 2009
I think Obama, Bush, Olmert, Bin Laden, and Hamas are all the same. They all indiscriminately kill civilians. They are all morally equivalent, which is what I said. I equally condemn all of them, so the arguments here against me are completely hollow. When Hamas and Israel were killing eachothers (actually only ISRAEL killing children, but Hamas may as well have for their equally unjust bombing) children during the recent Gaza war, I certainly did condemn both sides equally on two public occasions. I called for an immediate ceasefire on both sides, which most legitimate and just minded individuals/human rights/governmental bodies also did. In addition to bombing innocent civilians in homes, hospitals and schools, Israel used chemical weapons on the civilians (white phosphorus from USA), and they intentionally bombed food factories, destroyed agricultural crops with bulldozers, and intentionally built road barriers to prevent evacuation of wounded Gazan civilians. These actions were targeted at civilians and are WAR CRIMES! Certainly, Bush, Obama and American military is engaging in similar war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan as well in many instances, but perhaps less clear cut than Olmert. Collective punishment of civilians is most definitely a war crime. Everyone needs to understand that when you kill eachothers children it breeds hatred and violent retaliation and nonstate or state terrorism (war). There will never be peace until ALL sides stop killing and start opening honest dialogue, making sincere treaties, learning to forgive and building trust. In other words all sides need to learn how to love eachother as human beings instead of hating. Unfortunately, there is a whole lot of economic/political/military power corrupting the American and Israeli government's policy agenda, and they feel like they can bully the little guys around and occupy whomever they like and take whatever land they like. This will end in the near future..mark my words.
Abel Tomlinson

Country Club Hills, IL

#33 Nov 24, 2009
...and by the way I AM NOT ANTISEMITIC. I have nothing against the Jewish religion, and know Jewish people that strongly desire peace. There is a clear difference between the Jewish religion and the Israeli Government/Olmert. Just as Bush/the US govt dont represent all of Christianity, Olmert does not represent all Jews. I do have an intense problem with the right wing Israeli political policy and all those that support it, including a huge proportion of the American government, they are bought and owned through right wing israeli-interested Americans funding our Billion $$ campaigns in our corporatocratic plutocracy. Einstein clearly warned America in 1948 about the right wing Irgun>Freedom Party>Likud>Kadima etc gaining power and taking over the American Govt through financial contributions...and what is more he said Irgun was being founded on Nazi, fascist, terrorist principles...which is interesting to think that Jews can be associated with Nazism, and to think that the Nazi's may have indirectly won WWII and taken over the most powerful country on earth, and consequently conquered the planet as intended....wow! Good job superwealthy bankers, military complex owners/leaders, superwealthy corporate investors, superwealthy media owners, etc. However, I think that the prophecy that the Meek will inherit the Earth is true, and all those billions and all that evil power and control will evaporate and become meaningless in the coming decades. The corrupt system is all extremely unsustainable..it is all born to die. A society more beautiful, peaceful, loving, environmentally wise and just must replace it. The other possibility of utter collapse, destruction and extinction is not worth investing thought or energy into because it only leads to intense depression and hopeless apathy. So I choose to fight for peace, justice and love. things that both the US, Israeli, Hamas and Al Qaeda groups all need to go to school on. They are all acting like ignorant, unevolved apelike toddler neanderthals that can't figure out how to get along. Can't we evolve already..I am tired of waiting.
toxic Tel Aviv

United States

#38 Jan 18, 2010
mtlonewolf wrote:
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Here we go again...the never ending littany continues. What, did you all graduate from the same Anti-Semitic school?
....... jewish is a religion .......... zionism is a racist cult of theocratic war mongirs .......... it is not anti-semitic for jews and others to point out that Israel is a racist , apartheid theocracy ......... filled with hate and self - delusion .,,,,,,, see OVERCOMING JUDEO - FASCISM AND THE ZIONIST FIFTH COLUMN by joel kovel .
Burt

Englewood, CO

#39 Jan 18, 2010
Every campus has a handful of leftist kooks.

“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#41 Jan 31, 2010
Zinn revival wrote:
<quoted text>....... it is not that simple .......... jewish is a religion .......... zionism is a racist cult of theocrats ......... lobbying for perpetual war .......... Howard Zinn , noam chomsky , naomi klein , amy goodman and joel kovel are honest and humane and resent the zionist fifth column that owns the US media and Congress .
Whatever.

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