Blaming Israel for carnage

Blaming Israel for carnage

There are 121924 comments on the Fort Worth Star-Telegram story from Jul 22, 2006, titled Blaming Israel for carnage. In it, Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that:

Most media outlets aren't providing news of Israel's barbaric air raids on Lebanon with fairness and integrity.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Gaye

Naugatuck, CT

#104193 Apr 14, 2013
Bobbalina wrote:
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I've patterned my life after Rachel Corrie who i love, but unlike her, i know better than to trust you
Rachel was a dizzy khunt who played dodgeball with a bulldozer and one can only hope you do the same, Sicko!
Gaye

Naugatuck, CT

#104194 Apr 14, 2013
Woody wrote:
The United States and its Zionist masters are using al-Qaeda and other militant groups as a tool to break up Syria into pieces.
Still skulking around the Jew hating sites, Rambone? You know Screwy, you are one lonely man wannabee.
JudgeJulie

Samara, Russia

#104196 Apr 15, 2013
You only need to look at certain Jews to know evil is at the core of their being. But to be fair you could say that about some other people and peoples.
orion

Cape Town, South Africa

#104197 Apr 15, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
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Uh huh. Not only do you not know the history behind Birobidzhan, but it just begs the question: if the Vatican can be a country, and Saudi Arabia administers a Muslim only area, why not Israel?
And why always putting one over the other? The real issue is how the Israelis and the Palestinians should learn to live together instead of prioritising one over the other. That approach is just stupid.
Yes but remember that the Vatican ruled the Papal states and that the Italian took their land back, leaving just a tiny enclave. That could be arranged for Israel. Give the land back to its original inhabitants and keep the Wailing wall. I am sure there would be no problem there. Maybe, you should read the book by Prof. Shlomo Sands, "The invention of the Jewish people" .
orion

Cape Town, South Africa

#104198 Apr 15, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
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Funny how you assume that when I DID mention Saudi Arabia and the Vatican.
And how apparently that doesn't apply to Palestinians either, by what you imply.
Fact is, religion has a LOT to do in the Middle East as does it in most of the world.
And Judaism was the first monotheistic religion esp. pertaining to that region.
NEXT
Not quite,if I am correct Zarathustra's was the first, or maybe Aten-ism in Egypt.
orion

Cape Town, South Africa

#104199 Apr 15, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
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Still posting from revisionist websites I see? You've no credibility on your side and it forces you to look up in dubious places from dubious sources (Schoenman I see-- he was deported from several European countries and Bertrand Russell broke all ties with him before his death, you know...too much of a reactionary!).
The beauty of revisionism is that it is never debated by the proponents of the official version. That is why taboos on the subject backed by jail sentences and fines are the norm in Europe.If revisionism was a pack of lies as you implies, there would not be any necessity in banning those revisionists. The easiest thing would be to confront them and prove them wrong for all the world to see. But no, their arguments are being snuffed by the frightened power that be and they are jailed. You can imprison the truth but it will come out stronger at the end. Martyrs are necessary for any faith.
Some six month ago, a correspondent gave me a site whereas, if the Pope did not back Bishop Williamson (who demolished the hoax on Swedish radio interview), then he would have to resign. As it turned out the Bishop was fired and the Pope resigned. A more recent site stated that Pope Benedict wanted to open the Vatican archives so that truth be told which would exhonarate the German nation. The pro-Jewish Mafia in the Vatican gave him a choice: retirement or assassination (as Paul VI). It shows that if Revisionism can topple a Pope, it can topple others too.
And by the way, would you rather we read Jewish sites, so that we all can get the "truth"? Too late, the cat is out of the bag!
Bobbalina Sandwich

Mount Sinai, NY

#104200 Apr 15, 2013
Gaye wrote:
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Rachel was a dizzy khunt who played dodgeball with a bulldozer and one can only hope you do the same, Sicko!
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Thank u,..... you've just made my point about u and your kind of evil creatures being heartless, uncompassionate and unrepentant sub-human abomination, that were spawned from evil occultist monsters.

I'll guarantee u this fact and Truth, israeli Jews have doomed themselves and are reaping what they've sown.
CatPatrol for israelisRat

Mount Sinai, NY

#104202 Apr 15, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
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I wonder when the NY police are going to investigate you considering you harbour such ideals...I bet you have a record with the police and your neighbours. Not such a smart move then, to document all your hate on the internet from an IP source you can't even change (says so on your location despite your various aliases). Tsk tsk.
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Dream on J Rat!
orion

Cape Town, South Africa

#104203 Apr 15, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
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Funny how you assume that when I DID mention Saudi Arabia and the Vatican.
And how apparently that doesn't apply to Palestinians either, by what you imply.
Fact is, religion has a LOT to do in the Middle East as does it in most of the world.
And Judaism was the first monotheistic religion esp. pertaining to that region.
NEXT
As the late Professor Leibowitz said : "The religion of Israel is Holocaust-ism. All religions die for being found out, and Holocaust-ism is no different.
CatPatrol for israelisRat

Mount Sinai, NY

#104204 Apr 15, 2013
JudgeJulie wrote:
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You only need to look at certain Jews to know evil is at the core of their being. But to be fair you could say that about some other people and peoples.
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Yes, u can say that about other people too, but if u look closely at each evil j's core, it will verify that they come from Satan's over active reproductive glands that's filled his final blood libel brutalizing poltroon of wanton occultist talmudic untermenschen.
Woody

Duncanville, TX

#104206 Apr 15, 2013
We’re in a state of emergency. We have the worst poverty rate in decades, our environment is in a state of crisis, we are imprisoning our people more than any other country and we are burdening our young with a crippling student debt amounting to indentured servitude. If we don’t stand up and take back our country from the Zionist Corporatocracy we can expect more of the same. A continued police state, continued military expansion and wars of aggression, and eventually complete monetary collapse.
Woody

Duncanville, TX

#104207 Apr 15, 2013
Afghanistan: high expectations of record opium crop

Emma Graham-Harrison in Kabul — guardian.co.uk April 15, 2013

Twelve years after the fall of the Taliban, Afghanistan is heading for a near-record opium crop as instability pushes up the amount of land planted with illegal but lucrative poppies, according to a bleak UN report.

The rapid growth of poppy farming as western troops head home reflects particularly badly on Britain, which was designated “lead nation” for counter-narcotics work over a decade ago.

“Poppy cultivation is not only expected to expand in areas where it already existed in 2012 … but also in new areas or areas where poppy cultivation was stopped,” the Afghanistan Opium Winter Risk Assessment found.

The growth in opium cultivation reflects both spreading instability and concerns about the future. Farmers are more likely to plant the deadly crop in areas of high violence or where they have not received any agricultural aid, the report said.
Whatever

East Setauket, NY

#104208 Apr 15, 2013
We r Haters of Evil Jews wrote:
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Israeli jews have no heritage or bloodline, that's because jews' come from converts and malcontents, who have mixed their blood line with every sorts of evilness and wickedness, making them a mixed breed of deformed round face mutations.
Your blood is mix with shit Makes you deform shit face.
Rat Patrol 4Jew Terrorist

Mount Sinai, NY

#104209 Apr 15, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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Your blood is mix with shit Makes you deform shit face.
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....and u and your kind are poltroon rats.

Go back to israel and wait for your prophesied fate.
The Advocate

Mexico, Mexico

#104210 Apr 15, 2013
orion wrote:
<quoted text>Yes but remember that the Vatican ruled the Papal states and that the Italian took their land back, leaving just a tiny enclave. That could be arranged for Israel. Give the land back to its original inhabitants and keep the Wailing wall. I am sure there would be no problem there. Maybe, you should read the book by Prof. Shlomo Sands, "The invention of the Jewish people" .
Unfeasible considering the populace and the history there. And it's not the same as the Vatican, whereas it's a religious enclave for the Catholic church while Israel is a country with an economy, a history, currency, a flag, and a populace (exactly where do you propose moving all those people? The Jews, the Druze, the Muslims and Christians?)

It's not fair at all to say that one's national aspiration is more valid than the other simply because you agree with it more. The issue here is to helo these people get along well and be able to live in close proximity.

Adding to this, it's tiresome that people like you keep on mentioning Sand's book in the sole context that it apparently delegitimises the concept of an Israeli nation and populace, that the people apparently have no business there, when Sand does nothing of the sort in the text. Not only that, but quantitative studies reported by Newsweek and the New York Times have refuted that already, several times.
The Advocate

Mexico, Mexico

#104211 Apr 15, 2013
Continue on down to "DNA Analysis:"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Invention_of...
Rat Patrol 4Jew Terrorist

Mount Sinai, NY

#104212 Apr 15, 2013
Woody wrote:
We’re in a state of emergency. We have the worst poverty rate in decades, our environment is in a state of crisis, we are imprisoning our people more than any other country and we are burdening our young with a crippling student debt amounting to indentured servitude. If we don’t stand up and take back our country from the Zionist Corporatocracy we can expect more of the same. A continued police state, continued military expansion and wars of aggression, and eventually complete monetary collapse.
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Great post.....
The Advocate

Mexico, Mexico

#104213 Apr 15, 2013
Woody wrote:
We’re in a state of emergency. We have the worst poverty rate in decades, our environment is in a state of crisis, we are imprisoning our people more than any other country and we are burdening our young with a crippling student debt amounting to indentured servitude. If we don’t stand up and take back our country from the Zionist Corporatocracy we can expect more of the same. A continued police state, continued military expansion and wars of aggression, and eventually complete monetary collapse.
Interesting how it's much easier to blame "the Zionists" rather than your own corporate run government, much less how you intend to link Zionism with the concept of a corporation.

You should worry about people's political and economic views rather than their religion. This has been proven several times over and yet you stubbornly cling to the notion that religion is apparently the all defining trait of a society, without giving consideration to the history, current economic status, and progress of nations.
Boss Man

Mount Sinai, NY

#104214 Apr 15, 2013
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By Sheera Frenkel — McClatchy Newspapers
RAMALLAH, West Bank — The resignation of Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad over the weekend has raised doubts about the stability of the Palestinian government and cast a shadow over the new U.S.-led diplomatic push to restart peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.Fayyad, who was beloved and praised by the West while increasingly unpopular within Palestinian society, had served as Palestinian prime minister for eight years. He was credited with stabilizing key aspects of the Palestinian economy and implementing crucial measures with the support of the United States that were intended to provide an underpinning for an eventual Palestinian state.

The U.S. may be unhappy that Fayyad is leaving, but they pushed him into that corner with their policies,” said one official who’s close to Fayyad, pointing out that many of the problems in the Palestinian economy that were blamed on Fayyad emerged only when, as punishment for the U.N. bid, Israel withheld tax revenues it had collected on the Palestinians’ behalf and the United States canceled several key programs, including the provision of schoolbooks and police training."If he was so important to the U.S., they should have taken measures to support him, but instead they did the opposite,” said the official, who spoke only on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue.“The United States and Israel must reap what they sow. If they continue to treat the Palestinians as an afterthought, they will drive out anyone who wants to work with them."

Let israel reap.....from this day forth!
Do the Caveat

Logan, WV

#104216 Apr 15, 2013
The Advocate wrote:
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Unfeasible considering the populace and the history there. And it's not the same as the Vatican, whereas it's a religious enclave for the Catholic church while Israel is a country with an economy, a history, currency, a flag, and a populace (exactly where do you propose moving all those people? The Jews, the Druze, the Muslims and Christians?)
It's not fair at all to say that one's national aspiration is more valid than the other simply because you agree with it more. The issue here is to helo these people get along well and be able to live in close proximity.
Adding to this, it's tiresome that people like you keep on mentioning Sand's book in the sole context that it apparently delegitimises the concept of an Israeli nation and populace, that the people apparently have no business there, when Sand does nothing of the sort in the text. Not only that, but quantitative studies reported by Newsweek and the New York Times have refuted that already, several times.
Israeli Jews and Palestinian Muslims lived peacefully as neighbors for centuries until the racist ideology of political zionism changed all that with their land grab of Muslim lands and exclusion of Palestinians from their own homeland in order to create the 'Jewish state'. How would the Jews feel if the Palestinians did the same thing to them and imprisoned them in the Gaza strip? Your views are myopic and ony see one side and do not even consider the Palestinian side.

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