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Drunk on Hate and Mad at the World

Israel's Diplomatic Wars of Aggression

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Israel these days seems to be increasingly at odds with a good portion of the rest of the world. In just the past few months it has quarreled with:

  • Spain over arrest warrants issued for Netanyahu and six other Israeli officials for the 2010 attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla;
  • Sweden over comments by its foreign minister who has called for an investigation into extrajudicial executions of Palestinians;
  • college campus student groups supporting the BDS movement;
  • academic associations who have issued calls for academic boycotts of Israeli universities;
  • Brazil over its refusal to recognize an Israeli ambassador who hails from the right-wing Israeli settler movement;
  • The EU over labeling of products from Israeli settlements.
  • The UN over Ban Ki-moon’s recent criticism of the settlements

And really, if truth be known, Israel is probably not too happy just now with Italy either, which recently received Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on a state visit, resulting in a number of agreements between the two countries’ energy sectors as well as cooperation on a future high-speed rail project. Naor Gilon, the Israeli ambassador to Italy, complained that Rouhani was being treated like “the king of the world.”

Zvi Zameret accuses Wallström of 'ignorance and arrogance' and suggests she might meet a violent end

Zvi Zameret accuses Wallström of ‘ignorance and arrogance’ and suggests she might meet a violent end

War with Sweden

All in all, Gilon’s comments would have to be viewed as rather tame, however–at least by comparison. For some of the statements issuing from Israelis now, particularly those aimed at Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, are positively chilling in their level of malice expressed, and frankly it might behoove the Swedish official to consider hiring a bodyguard at this point, if she hasn’t already done so.

As I noted in an article five days ago, Wallström is now regarded in Israel as “public enemy number 1” (the Jerusalem Post’s words, not mine) because of remarks she has made critical of Israel, including a recent call for an investigation into extrajudicial killings of Palestinians.

Now it seems there may be those in Israel hankering for the foreign minister’s blood–literally. If you haven’t read my article, Swedish Media Target Country’s Foreign Minister Following Her Remarks on Israel, I suggest you do so as it will place what follows into greater perspective.

One day after posting that article, I became aware of two other articles, one by blogger Richard Silverstein and the other by Jonathan Ofir and posted at Mondoweiss, both of which discuss what appears to have been a scarcely veiled threat on Wallström’s life by a former Israeli official.

The comment was made by Zvi Zameret, a former official in the Israeli Ministry of Education, in an op-ed piece he wrote for an Israeli newspaper owned by Nevada casino magnate Sheldon Adelson. In the article, Zameret waxes lyrical on the 1948 assassination of Swedish diplomat Folke Bernadotte, and then goes on to suggest that Wallström might meet a similar fate. Here is a bit from Silverstein’s commentary on the matter:

Zvi Zameret, the former director for instruction for the Israeli education ministry has written an op-ed in Makor Rishon, Sheldon Adelson’s pro-settler newspaper, praising the 1948 assassination of UN mediator Count Folke Bernadotte by Yitzhak Shamir’s Lehi gang. Zameret accuses Bernadotte of being an anti-Semite and claims that his views originated in a Swedish society that was suffused with this perspective.  He claims that ridding the world of the Swedish Count was necessary to protect Israel’s new existence.

He wends his way through a long historical discourse involving material already well-known related to Bernadotte’s proposals, which were rejected by Arabs and Jews alike.  Then he brings us up to the present day by alleging that remarks of the current Swedish Foreign Minister, Margot Wallstrom, demanding that Israel be held accountable for the 160 Palestinians killed over the past two months in the latest Intifada, stem from the same well of Swedish anti-Semitism.

Silverstein says Zameret “hints that Wallström herself should share a similar fate to Bernadotte” and then gives us a direct quote from his article as per its English translation:

“What do the things I have mentioned attest about Bernadotte? [They indicate] covert anti-Semitism, ignorance and arrogance, collaboration with senior elements in Israel [Hebrew University President Judah Magnes] and interests that play a decisive role. Has anything changed in the Swedish DNA in the decades following Bernadotte’s death? Nothing has changed.

The Swedish foreign minister Margot Wallstrom, in the covert anti-Semitism which characterizes her, along with her ignorance and arrogance, and anticipation of the interests of her future Muslim voters–she too is attempting to battle against the basic foundation of the State of Israel.  I am certain that her intentions will be defeated, just as were those of the disreputable Count Bernadotte.

Count Folke Bernadotte

Count Folke Bernadotte

Bernadotte was assassinated by Lehi, also known as the Stern Gang, the same Jewish terrorist group that carried out the Deir Yassin massacre. Zameret’s glorification of his murder doesn’t seem entirely lucid or rational–during World War II Bernadotte negotiated the release of 31,000 prisoners from German concentration camps, including a large number of Jews.

After the war, he became the UN Security Council’s unanimous choice, in a vote on May 20, 1948, to try and mediate a settlement in the Palestine-Israeli conflict.

His murder took place September 17, 1948, carried out by a four-man team of assassins. The Stern Gang had been around since 1940. Its stated goal was to terminate the British mandate in Palestine and set up a “new totalitarian Hebrew republic,” and one of its members, Yithak Shamir, ended up becoming an Israeli prime minister.

It was Shamir, in fact, who ordered Bernadotte’s assassination. The man who actually pulled the trigger, Yehoshau Cohen, later became a close confidante of David Ben Gurion and was never charged in the case.

Margot Wallström

Margot Wallström

In October of 2014, shortly after Wallström took over as foreign minister, Sweden became one of the first Western countries to recognize Palestinian statehood. Wallström called it “an important step that confirms the Palestinians’ right to self-determination”  and added that “We hope that this will show the way for others.”

In November of last year, shortly after the Paris terror attacks, Wallström suggested that Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians could be helping to fuel terrorism. She followed that up with a comment in December about Israeli “extrajudicial executions,” and this month called for an investigation of Israel.

“Whether Zameret advocates Wallstrom’s demise explicitly or implicitly is hardly important,” comments Silverstein. “Even if you accept the argument that he isn’t explicit, clearly the reason Bernadotte failed in his mission is that Jewish terrorists assassinated him.  When you say you wish her intentions to be defeated just as his were, the line between murder and political defeat becomes exceedingly murky.”

Boycott Sweden! say Israeli Mayors

But of course it isn’t just Zameret. Lots of people in Israel despise Wallström and have “vociferously attacked her contentious words,” as an article here puts it. And this apparently applies to a good many Israeli officials. The same article goes on to give us the low-down on a “boycott movement” launched by 15 Israeli mayors and aimed at Sweden.

The mayors were planning to attend a conference in the Scandinavian country in March, but recently announced they have cancelled, while former Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has also called for a boycott of Ikea.

War With Spain

In November of last year, a Spanish judge issued arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and six other officials in connection with Israel’s 2010 raid on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, a violent episode in international waters which resulted in the deaths of 10 people.

The warrants were issued by Judge Jose de la Mata, and in  effect meant that should any of the seven officials set foot on Spanish soil they would be subject to arrest.

“Spain is just the latest member of the international community to accuse Israel of war crimes and pursue Israeli officials over the affair,” the Jerusalem Post reported at the time. And that is indeed correct. Both South Africa and Turkey had previously issued similar warrants.

Predictably, the Israeli government expressed hostility and outrage.

“We consider it to be a provocation,” said an Israeli foreign ministry spokesperson. “We are working with the Spanish authorities to get it cancelled. We hope it will be over soon.”

What do you suppose the words “working with Spanish authorities” might imply? Did it include issuing threats? Whatever it was, it took only two months to accomplish. The arrest warrants were in fact cancelled, according to a report published January 13 by the Adelson-owned Israel Hayom newspaper.

War with Brazil

Brazil, on the other hand, seems to be showing a little more resilience. According to a report here, “Israel and Brazil remain at loggerheads five months after Brazil refused to recognize Israel’s appointment of a right-wing settler as its next envoy to the South American country.”

“Settlers are Zionist agents that the world cannot accept, they steal others’ land, they are an insult to Brazil, to the government, and to millions of Brazilians with roots in the Arab world,” said Brazilian parliament member Carlos Maron.

Maron isn’t alone. A group of 40 retired Brazilian diplomats signed a statement against the appointment of Dani Dayan, who lives in the Israeli settlement of Ma’ale Shomron, in the Occupied West Bank. Dayan is an advocate of the settler movement and has made no secret of his views, having widely published articles in the mainstream media, including the New York Times.

“We consider it unacceptable that the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, has publicly announced the name of the person he intended to appoint as his country’s new Ambassador to Brazil before submitting it, in accordance to the norm, to our Government,” said the diplomats. The announcement of Dayan’s appointment was reportedly posted initially on Twitter rather than being communicated directly to the Brazilian government.

The statement continues:

This rupture with a diplomatic practice seems to have been on purpose, an attempt to establish facts, since the appointed, Dani Dayan, between 2007 and 2013, was the President of the Yesha Council, responsible for the settlements in the West Bank, which are considered illegal by the international community, and has already declared himself contrary to the creation of the Palestinian State, which counts on the support of the Brazilian Government and was already recognized by over 70% of the UN member States.

Reportedly a group of 200 Brazilian academics have also endorsed a boycott of Israel. Netanyahu has refused to withdraw Dayan’s nomination or to appoint someone more acceptable to the Brazilians. If the Brazilian government stands its ground, it will mean a de facto end to diplomatic relations between the two countries.

War with the EU

On January 18, the EU’s Foreign Affairs Council reaffirmed requirements that export products from the Israeli settlements be labeled as such. More or less as with Sweden, Spain, and Brazil, the EU’s action has prompted cries of Israeli outrage. Netanyahu pronounced his unwillingness to “accept the fact that the EU labels the side being attacked by terror,” while ‘Justice’ Minister Ayelet Shaked called the EU measure “anti-Israel and anti-Jewish.”

Likewise, opposition party leader Isaac Herzog (supposedly a liberal) compared it to the “Zionism equals Racism” resolution passed by the UN in 1974, while Yair Lapid, another opposition party member, denounced the EU for “capitulating to the worse elements of jihad.”

War Against the BDS Movement

In summer of 2015, ‘Justice’ minister Shaked announced she was preparing lawsuits against BDS activists. The announcement was reported at the time by the Times of Israel in a story which also mentions that Shaked has expanded one of the departments within her ministry in order to “push ahead with the program as soon as possible.”

Ministry officials believe that legal circumstances present the option of suing activists for damaging Israeli trade, and for discrimination and racism, based upon laws as they currently exist in various countries, the report said.

So far as I’m aware, no lawsuits have been filed against individual activists, however Naftali Bennett, leader of the Jewish Home Party, seems to be generally in support of the idea of striking back in some manner at the BDS movement.

“Let it be clear to any company or organization that’s considering boycotting us: We will hit back. We will attack our attackers. We will boycott our boycotters,” Bennett said.

“The boycott weapon is a double-edged sword,” he added. “If you’re thinking of boycotting Israel, keep in mind that there are tens of millions of Israel supporters around the world — Jews and non-Jews — with considerable buying power and boycott power. Whoever boycotts Israel will be boycotted. Whoever hits Israel, will be hit back. We will no longer remain silent.”

Bennett’s comments about the “tens of millions of Israel supporters around the world” are perhaps salient. Also last summer, Adelson hosted an anti-BDS summit in Las Vegas with the aim of establishing and funding “successful strategies for countering the wave of anti-Israel activity on college campuses.” Held at the billionaire’s Venetian hotel on the Vegas strip, the conference was attended by a number of wealthy Jews, including Haim Saban.

“The key decision reached at the conference was that there would be a concerted effort to curtail BDS,” reported the Jerusalem Post.

Though Netanyahu did not attend, a letter from him was read aloud to the conference participants. “De-legitimization of Israel must be fought, and you are on the front lines. It’s not about this or that Israeli policy. It’s about our right to exist here as a free people,” the letter stated.

Reportedly the Israeli government intends to allocate NIS 100 million, or roughly $25.2 million, to the anti-BDS effort.

War Against Academic Associations

At a business meeting held in November, members of the American Anthropological Association voted overwhelmingly (88.4 percent) in favor of a resolution to boycott Israeli academic institutions. A similar measure was passed that same month by the National Women’s Studies Association Executive Committee.

These aren’t the first boycott actions taken by academic organizations in the US. The American Studies Association, The Association for Asian American Studies, and the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association have all passed academic boycott measures against Israel. And this is just in the US.

Measures have also been passed by academic organizations in Brazil, South Africa, Canada, the UK, and, of course, in Palestine, and probably elsewhere. And perhaps most recently a group of 71 British doctors have called upon the World Medical Association to expel the Israeli Medical Association. The physicians have accused Israeli doctors of “medical torture” on Palestinian patients and want to see a ban on joint projects with Israeli universities.

On January 20, the Science and Technology Committee of the Israeli Knesset held a meeting to discuss the issue (H/T Helvena). A press release on the discussion which took place can be found here on the Knessett’s website. One of those who gave input at the meeting was Peretz Lavie, president of Technion, or the Israeli Institute of Technology.

“We have no complaints against the global academic leadership; our problem is the campuses,” Lavie said. “Initially it was insignificant campuses, but it quickly spread to leading campuses in the United States.”

When Lavie says he has “no complaints against the global academic leadership” he is probably referring to the Association of American Universities, which on January 14, in response to the vote by the Anthropological Association, re-issued an earlier statement in opposition to academic boycotts.

The AAU is an organization whose leadership consists of the presidents and chancellors of the 60 universities (in both the US and Canada) that are its members. Membership is by invitation only. The group’s statement opposing boycotts was initially released in 2013 in response to the boycott actions taken by the American Studies and Native American and Indigenous Studies associations.

The group’s re-release of that canned statement from more than two years ago was described by the Jerusalem Post as “a blow to the BDS movement.”

“Students who are exposed to this activity will be the next generation`s senators, and therein lies the great danger in the long term,” Lavie went on in his testimony before the Science and Technology Committee.

“In its report, the American Anthropological Association referred to us as universities of apartheid and decided to conduct a survey on whether the Israeli academia should be boycotted. We have to reach all 12,000 members of the Association. It is a symptom, and if we do not act now, it will spread. There must be one entity that will concentrate all the efforts related to this issue,” he added.

Another person who gave testimony was Ze’ev Feldman of the Israel Medical Association. It was Feldman who informed the committee of the recent statement by the 71 British doctors.

”The sword of the boycott is being raised on the Israeli scientific-medical community,” he said.

Ariel University Chancellor Yigal-Cohen Orgad asserted that Israel has “a real problem with governments, including western governments that encourage boycotts,” while Professor Zvi Ziegler warned, “We are unable to stop anyone with our meager resources.”

Several committee members are also quoted, including Chairman Uri Maklev:

“There is no doubt that the academic boycott phenomenon is expanding and is connected to the financial and consumer boycotts on Israel. Economic and commercial boycotts are associated with politics, but an academic boycott by educated and moderate people has a very strong effect.”

But rather than calling for an end to the settlements, most of the committee members seemed to be of the opinion that the Israeli government needed to devote more resources to fighting the boycott movement. The one exception to this was Arab Knesset member Basel Ghattas:

The world considers the settlements to be illegitimate. You can think differently from the entire world, it is your right, but it is also the world`s right to take measures in order to force you to establish two states.

War with the UN

On October 1, 2015, Netanyahu gave a speech before the United Nations General Assembly that was marked by a 45-second segment during which he paused and projected hostile glares out at those present:

On January 26, 2016, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon broke the UN’s “deafening silence” and, in a rare display of courage, issued a scathing criticism of Israel’s settlement policies.

Progress towards peace requires a freeze of Israel’s settlement enterprise.

Continued settlement activities are an affront to the Palestinian people and to the international community.  They rightly raise fundamental questions about Israel’s commitment to a two-state solution.

I am deeply troubled by reports today that the Israeli Government has approved plans for over 150 new homes in illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.

This is combined with its announcement last week declaring 370 acres in the West Bank, south of Jericho, as so-called “state land”.  These provocative acts are bound to increase the growth of settler populations, further heighten tensions and undermine any prospects for a political road ahead.

The inevitable furious response came quickly, with Netanyahu excoriating the UN chief for helping to “stoke terror.”

“There is no justification for terrorism,” he said. “The Palestinian terrorists don’t want to build a state; they want to destroy a state, and they say that proudly. They want to murder Jews everywhere and they state that proudly. They don’t murder for peace and they don’t murder for human rights.”

He went on to assert that the UN has “lost its neutrality and its moral force, and these statements by the Secretary-General do nothing to improve its situation.”

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It seems Israel is now at war with the UN as well.

A Lack of Imagination?

Perhaps most striking in all this is the Israeli lack of imagination–or at least that is one way of looking at it. Nowhere in his hostile comments aimed at his various enemies on the global stage does Netanyahu give the slightest indication of having once thought about halting the settlements and pulling back to Israel’s internationally recognized pre-1967 borders. Ditto with the other Israeli officials quoted above, with the lone exception of the Arab Knessett member. It is almost as if the idea has never even occurred to them.

If that  is the case, one could perhaps ascribe all of this to a lack of imagination. Certainly at this point, after 68 years of oppression, is probably does indeed require considerable imagination to conceive of how the two peoples could live at peace. But of course it wasn’t always so. And had Israel, starting in 1967, respected the people of the West Bank, and above all else respected their space rather than crowding them in with settlements and walls and soldiers, a peaceful resolution to the conflict probably could have and would have been achieved by this time.

Yet even now, it isn’t too late. Though it would be politically difficult, Israel could dismantle its settlements (anything is possible when the national will is present) and pull back to the pre-1967 borders–basically the terms of the Arab Peace Initiative proposed back in 2002. If necessary, and it probably would be for a lengthy period of time, UN peacekeeping troops could be deployed along the border.

But Israel’s response to the Arab Peace Initiative was to call it a “non-starter,” and that seems to be its position today as well. And not only is there little prospect of dismantling of presently-existing settlements, but we see even a refusal to halt the construction of new ones. All of which would suggest that Ban Ki-moon is correct and that the settlement enterprise raises “fundamental questions about Israel’s commitment to a two-state solution.”

Or in other words, Israel has no intentions of making peace.

Certainly it’s possible that things could change, and that a new slate of leaders could arise in Israel with the imagination necessary to see the wisdom of complying with international norms of conduct. And that is what its more liberal Jewish supporters in America seem to be hoping for.

But failing this, Israel’s wars with the rest of the world are likely to grow in stridency and ferociousness, and at some point could expand from the realms of diplomacy and/or covert operations fully outright into the military arena.

Richard Edmondson, who just celebrated his first year of writing articles for VT, is the author of The Memoirs of Saint John: When the Sandstone Crumbles, a novel about an archaeological expedition to Syria set amidst the current conflict in the country

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23 Responses to "Drunk on Hate and Mad at the World"

  1. karen00  February 3, 2016 at 8:26 am

    ….and these are the same ones that claim to be “Chosen?”

    Chosen for what? Death and destruction……..well GOD is not pleased and, why would HE choose folks that are somewhat responsible for crucifying HIS son Jesus!!?

  2. Khalid Talaat  January 30, 2016 at 7:01 pm

    The true axis of evil runs from the City of London to Tel Aviv.
    If I was the prime minister of Sweeden I would call the Israeli Ambassador on the carpet and let him know if anything happens to Margot Wallstrom, he will not be leaving Sweeden alive. Then issue an arrest Netan Yahoo for crimes against humanity.

  3. Ramirez  January 30, 2016 at 8:40 am

    The bullies are throwing the toys around. Let us hope that somehow, some way there can just be the imagination the article talks about, seems a mythical thing in Isreli politics.

  4. Beydety  January 30, 2016 at 6:42 am

    And where are these so called new leaders going to come from, Mars? Certainly not from the State of Terror itself, cause an overwhelming majority of the public support everything their criminal leaders say and do, even their opposing political sides. Israel cannot exist for ever with its current behaviour towards Arabs. Something has to change.
    And they can shove their pathetic Samson option up their arse.

  5. Caesar Lion Cachet  January 30, 2016 at 2:45 am

    LS…

    The ongoing insanity with the so called Jewish people screaming anti semitism is that they are no Semites at all but Ashkenazi Khazars an insane and criminal bastard tribe from Mongolian, Turkish and Euro Asian ancestry. There Homeland is somewhere in the Ukraine and they know that. That is why they started a war between Russia and the Ukraine. But after the Polish and the Russians will claim there part of the Ukraine again a tiny winy part will be left for the Khazars because nobody wants them to be around.

  6. Bill  January 30, 2016 at 2:02 am

    In truth the phrase I picked up fm J. Stone is really no worse than “goyim” but, once again, we-the targeted victims-are expected to be more polite than the aggressors who pose as victims.

  7. rafiki  January 30, 2016 at 12:34 am

    Thank you for this very powerful, truthful, and detailed article about the evils of the Zionist entity. some day this planet will be at peace without them.

  8. Call A Spade  January 30, 2016 at 12:03 am

    Tony M. Rukab Jesus said this about his mother?

  9. Worker Bee  January 29, 2016 at 10:18 pm

    “Has anything changed in the Swedish DNA in the decades following Bernadotte’s death?” – Zvi Zameret

    Why are Ashkenazi Jews the only Caucasian people allowed to be racist without getting called out on it?

    • Call A Spade  January 30, 2016 at 12:05 am

      Maybe because everyone knows that their hearts are ?

  10. davor  January 29, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    Israel could gain more allies worldwide if they would pursue peaceful means of diplomacy. Of course that doesn’t involve the US style of imprinting economic slavery on the world.

  11. davor  January 29, 2016 at 8:29 pm

    Definitely there is lack of imagination in Israel, I agree with the author there. Obviously something concerning Israeli officials and at the same time creatively imaginative would suggest another 9/11. But the dust from the last one hasn’t settled yet and it has lost more than gained for Israel. Just what do you do when coercion, murder and fabrication don’t work? Is it possible that there might be a peaceful mission(s) of Israel to Arab republics? That is a big question for the younger generations of Israelis not these senile old rabid lunatics like Netanyahu. I’m sure that demographics department, unlike the incredibly unintelligent counter-intelligence department, could come up with some co-habitative and creative idea that doesn’t involve murdering, purging and expulsion of old settlers. Many countries (other than genocidal UNSC members) in the world have had to go through this, Israel is not unique in this way.

  12. davor  January 29, 2016 at 8:19 pm

    Did Sweden just join the notorious G.Bush axis-of-evil list of Syria, Iran and North Korea?

  13. Bill  January 29, 2016 at 7:39 pm

    The fact that the Kurds are allied w/these rats should make you see them for what they are. In Nov. (1200 cases ) and Dec. ( another 1200 cases ) Brazil was paid back by the Synagogue of Satan with 2400 cases of microencephaly ( babies born with shrunken brains ) this was caused by the T-dap ( Tdap?) vaccine that they gave these mothers while they were pregnant..

  14. Bill  January 29, 2016 at 7:30 pm

    [ Editor’s note: Please forgo the counterproductive hate speech, and just make your point. Thanks. ]
    If they touch one hair on Margot Wallstrom’s head the world needs to find out how high the rubble can bounce in Haifa and Tel Aviv. Then round up the lying, murdering , thieving bastards that are left and quarantine them on Madagascar ( after compensating and removing the current inhabitants )…We could do to Israel what they did to the Japanese ( Stuxnet virus, “camera” gun nukes ) at Fukushima but we’re better than those vile scumbags.

  15. Altimometer  January 29, 2016 at 4:50 pm

    Baboons dressing in human clothing.

  16. wjabbe  January 29, 2016 at 4:15 pm

    At bottom, this is like an endless “Hatfield’s and McCoy’s” land boundary dispute with no controlling legal authority to resolve the issues and enforce the resolution imposed on the parties if they can’t agree among themselves. Our country is clearly and unfairly aiding one side of this dispute by sending enormous amounts of money and weapons of mass destruction to one side. This is wrong and most Americans likely oppose this unfair one sided aid. But Congress clearly does not care what most Americans think about all this as they continue to aid and abet violence and inhumane treatment of many innocent peoples on both sides of this never ending dispute. The first thing America must do is end all financial and military aid to all countries period. We are broke anyway and we are the country in need of aid. It is unconscionable that we would aid and abet illegal crimes of trespass on a global scale which, when there is no controlling authority to enforce agreements can only lead to continuing violence, death and destruction of many innocent peoples. This is the Wild West of the World today. Frankly this is why we need a world government as much as I personally detest the idea.

    • wjabbe  January 29, 2016 at 4:34 pm

      If all this is generally referred to as “civilization”, is not this a perversion of the term? Does not “civilized” mean that when there is a dispute, two parties work together to resolve the differences, without violence, especially if they are neighbors, with common boundaries and must live with each other day to day. Imagine your neighbor in a house next door to you only feet away from the boundary line between your two adjacent lots. Suppose your neighbor went out at night an moved the long held boundary pins so that he effectively stole part of your lot. Or, worse still, suppose he built an addition to his house or garage over the line partly on your property. In our civilized society, you would initiate a court action and if you could not agree, the court would impose a solution and both sides would be forced to comply. But suppose there were no government authority to seek to adjudicate the issues. What would result? Violence, and death and suffering would result. We know this from experience. This is why we created government isn’t it? Evidently Israel and Palestine seek not a civilized society but a return to the dark ages. The behavior of both sides is quite predictable since there is no controlling authority to adjudicate and impose solutions on both sides of the dispute. It takes two to tango. Most countries, like most neighbors, are able to get along with each other. Evidently there is some special problem with these two “neighbors”.

  17. coffeelover  January 29, 2016 at 3:59 pm

    He who sows poorly will reap poorly.
    All these worldwide boycotts and decisions against the Israeli government and Zionist institutions are simply the consequences of the atrocious, evil, deceptive, and megalomaniac behaviors of the Israelis and Jewish-Zionists for ages. It is time for them to pay dearly.
    Praises to Ban Ki-Moon and Margot Wallström! They said the truth and I wholeheartedly agree.
    What do North Korea and Israel have in common? They are the two rogue states that must go first, and this world will surely become a better place to live without them.

  18. ayelyahbenjamin  January 29, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    an image accurately portraying the ‘seal’ of it saturated in dark red human blood spilled through its emergence upon the world scene… . “De-legitimization of Israel must be fought” It never was legitimate, a proven facade with its cover completely blown no-one want to play the charade any longer …..”“Students who are exposed to TRUTH will be the next generation`s senators” … plan and educate truth now for generations to come, their indoctrination of lies upon our children and our children’s children must cease now….. Netanyahu get it through whatever grey matter you have left it is about ALL peoples “rights to exist as free people” and not at the expense of his criminal cabal NWO masters and colleagues that use imposter israel to run its global racketeering under an eternal victims claiming guise with a poor holocausted jew front

  19. Amelius  January 29, 2016 at 11:19 am

    The only defence these megalomaniacs have for all types of criticism is “antisemitism”. All criticism of anything Jewish is immediately chalked up to “antisemitism.” It’s disgusting. The whole world is held hostage by this insignificant, delusional little population. They have no respect for international law nor human rights. They don’t care about anyone but themselves, so why does anyone care what they want! Oh right, because that’s Rothschild’s terrorist state for dual citizen criminals. I pray that someone tells them to STFU, already. I also pray that his-story records it right this time because they have a karmic storm coming their way and it must be recorded for future generations that they got what they deserved. When their fairytale comes crashing down, they have no one to blame, but themselves. I am so sick of their meaningless nonsense. They get away with mass murder, while their accusers go to jail for hate speech, or worse. Israel is a racist, “antisemitic” state, a heinous trouble maker hell bent on driving the world into chaos.

    • A Clock Of Thirteen  February 3, 2016 at 4:05 am

      Yes, the ridiculous “antisemitism” card is all but played out. As is the tired idea of projecting all their crimes and misdeeds onto others. As is never taking responsibility for *any* wrongs they commit.

      Object, Project, Deflect… This is the Talmudists’ idea of diplomatic doctrine. It is used to avoid debate, which these sociopaths will NEVER win. Do not allow them to play this childish game.

  20. ResistTheDarkness  January 29, 2016 at 11:08 am

    Israel launched a cowardly attack against America on 911, and they not only got away with it but we continue to pay billions a year in tribute to our zionist masters. Their goal is to enslave the entire world, read the Talmud. its a little late in the game to be talking about 1967 borders. Or boycotts for that matter. They only respect brute force. These creatures are seriously evil, and they view the rest of the world as cattle. They will either get their way or they will start WWIII.

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