You're more than welcome for any comfort that understanding can bring.<quoted text>
Hi Gray got your post. I did read both links. Four people on this forum immediately came to mind. It describes them to a tee. It makes it so easy to see what has been happening to me since I decided to put forward my view re Israel. Thanks again
Ignoring the relentless and redundant, simple minded, vulgar accusations and insults when you realize the nature of these demented individuals. I worked on an Emergency Psychiatric Unit as a Case worker and counselor. It was for a large, inner city Hospital that took the craziest of the crazy.
Enduring hysterical and psychotic verbal abuse became routine, especially when considering what goes on in that person's seething mind 24/7 is a sort of punishment for them already.
So, debunking the scripted lies of individuals who are conscious of their attempts at deliberate deceptions is one thing but deflating the delusions of those who "cannot see" is another.
Either way, it is critical to inform the millions who have been professionally misinformed before there is a possibility of a durable & just peace.
Evidence of a growing % of informed people (popular sentiment) exists in growing BDS movements and their visible threat to Israel's Criminal element.
Where BDS/popular sentiment grows, Government Policy Making must eventually follow.
For example, AIPAC, JINSA, ADL are being seen for what they are and losing clout rapidly.
Time is on the side of Justice and Justice is dependent on an honestly educated public.
That's why "de-railing" the informed exchange of Facts is essential to Hasbarats.
The more time we spend responding to their off topic taunts, insults & accusations, the less time we spend exposing the Genocidal and War Mongering Zionist Monster for the powerfully ruthless Monster it is.
The following Excerpt contains an excellent question to pose to a professionally deceivedindividuals
Whats wrong with BDS, after all?
Put yourselves for a minute in the Palestinians place and try to understand what Israel allows them and consider what you would do in their position. A violent Palestinian rebellion?
No way! Totally out of the question, not least because it will be put down by a much more violent force.
(Its an undeniable fact that more innocent Palestinians have been killed by Israel than innocent Israelis killed by Palestinians).
A diplomatic agreement? Youve made Naftali Bennetts rear end and Benjamin Netanyahus lost senses laugh. So then what? Nothing?
Should they just say thank you and shut up?
Would we remain silent and capitulate unconditionally if we were in their place?CONTUED