Toothless UN pretends it has influence with Zionists

"Willful killing’: UN warns Israel not to shoot at Palestinian protestors

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…from Russia Today, Moscow

Israeli snipers shooting unarmed kids in Gaza “to protect Israel”.

[ Editor’s Note: If what the Zionists are doing to the Gazans was being done to Israeli Jews, international Jewry would be screaming for blood, for wiping out the perpetrators. But when the shoe is on the other foot the IDF gets congratulated.

Of course it is time to sanction the Israelis, but their lackeys in many Western governments have been passing law making that illegal, at the bequest of you know who, laws that passed without much public fuss. The church groups stayed out of it, as did most of America’s civic groups.

Congressional offices got hardly any calls, so how are we to intimidate our Congressmen into not bending over for the Zios? They pay well, both in campaign donations and election labor. Many young Jews work in political campaigns as a right of passage.

In Israel’s defense I must thank it for showing restraint in not bombing or using napalm on the protesters. But as we know from the past, Israel might “be forced” to do it, to save the Jewish people from being drown in the sea, down to the last baby, or so the story goes.

Israel cannot see the potential for the wheel turning against it, but if and when it does, who will cry for a eople who did what they are doing?

The term “Zio-nazis” seemed to have been banned from publication, but I always thought it served a good purpose, to be saved for events like this to describe the shame “they” should feel, but do not Jim W. Dean ]

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The UN has been compromized on the Palestinian issues with threats of reduce aid if it protests too much

– First published … April 06, 2018

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Liz Throssell has condemned  the “deplorable”  killing of Palestinians during the Great Return March, and harshly warned Israel against further use of violence.

One man has already been killed and dozens wounded during the Friday protest, Palestinian Red Crescent told RT. It followed a major outbreak of violence a week ago, when 18 Palestinians were shot dead and hundreds injured as Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) snipers were instructed to fire at anybody who approached the border fence.

“There are strong indications that security forces used excessive force” due to the high number of casualties and the fact that those killed or wounded by Israeli fire were unarmed, Throssell said.

The spokeswoman pointed out that an attempt to approach the fence by the demonstrators “certainly does not amount to a threat to life or serious injury [to the Israeli security forces] that would justify the use of live ammunition” by the IDF troops, who had “protective gear and defensive positions.”

“In the context of a military occupation, as is the case in Gaza, the unjustified and unlawful recourse to firearms by law enforcement resulting in death may amount to a willful killing, a grave breach of the Fourth Geneva Convention,” which states that civilians in a war zone are to be protected, Throssell said.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged “Israel to exercise extreme caution with the use of force in order to avoid casualties” in a separate statement. He reminded the Jewish State that “civilians must be able to exercise their right to demonstrate peacefully,” also calling upon the Palestinians to refrain from provocative acts.

Israel expected up to 50,000 Palestinians to protest along the border on Friday, deploying tanks and snipers to the fence. “The IDF will not allow any breach of security infrastructure or the security fence, which protects Israeli civilians. The IDF will act against those who are involved in these attacks,” according to a statement on Twitter, as the rules of engagement for Israeli troops remains unchanged.

The protesters threw stones and set thousands of car tires on fire in five hotspots along the fence. The IDF said that the black smoke from burning tires was used by the Palestinians as cover for terrorist attacks, which were prevented “with riot dispersal means… and fire in accordance with the rules of engagement.”

Washington has blamed the violence on the Palestinians. US envoy to the Middle East Jason Greenblatt said the protesters “should remain outside the 500-meter buffer zone; and should not approach the border fence in any way or any location.

“We condemn leaders and protestors who call for violence or who send protestors — including children — to the fence, knowing that they may be injured or killed,” Greenblatt said.

The six-week-long March of Great Return marks the appropriation of Palestinian territories by Israel and the killing of six unarmed civilians by Israeli security forces on March 30, 1976. The leader of Gaza-based Hamas radical group, Khaled al-Batsh, said that the Palestinians were desperate to return to the land taken from them.

Batsh added that the rally was also a message to US President Donald Trump that the Palestinians won’t give up their rights in Jerusalem, despite the US’ decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. “Washington has blamed the violence on the Palestinians. US envoy to the Middle East Jason Greenblatt said the protesters “should remain outside the 500-meter buffer zone; and should not approach the border fence in any way or any location.”

    Who would expect Greenblatt, the Jewish US envoy to the Middle East, to blame it on his own tribe? There is a blatant conflict of interest in appointing a Jew to such a position. Obviously, he’s working for Israel. This is what happens when foreign interest lobby groups like AIPAC are not recognized by the FARA. This is what happens when a list of joos as long as the Great Wall are allowed to manage and sponsor a president’s campaign to the White House. What you get is a bunch of Israeli agents in positions of power looking out for Israel’s best interests and covering up their crimes against humanity. On April 24 2017, Sheldon Adelson was whining to the Times of Israel about how Trump had not yet appointed some of those he had recommended for administrative positions. In other words, “I paid for you to be here, now you work for me! You appoint who I tell you to appoint, you eat when I tell you to eat and you $h!t only when I tell you it’s ok to do so.”

  2. Peter, Why are you whining about being censure when you have four comments stacked on top of each other. There are all kinds of reasons for their being snags with comments going up. We have no one dedicated as a comment board minder as no one wants to do that. It is, and always has been and imperfect system, and yet we see to have a better one them most others. When I send an NEO in and it never gets published, and my one inquiry goes unanswered, I just assume it got lost in the shuffle, or the news cycle passed it by, or they chose to put up someone else’s in the limited space they have of three a day, and sometime to. I have never whined to them about censored as I would look stupid. The same goes for Gordon. If they miss one we just roll with it and keep moving.

  3. No matter what happens over there isn’t Israel always 100% right and everyone else always 100% wrong? Even if thieves in Israel move someone’s lot corners at night don’t they blame the owners if they try to move them back? Isn’t this their MO? Evidently all they learned from Nazi, Germany is how to copy them. Isn’t their bad attitude against the rest of the world best described by the word chutzpah? How much intelligence does it take to learn to treat your neighbors as you would like to be treated? Evidently they never learned the Golden Rule. Is it any wonder so many people hate them for their bad behavior, not their religious beliefs? The only amazing thing is that they have any friends anywhere. They give the rest of the world their giant middle finger every day.

  4. The IDF is a third rate army these days, too many homosexuals, women and conscripts who don’t want to fight anyone who might shoot back, they are only good for shooting Palestinian women and children.

  5. UN is the succesor of “League of Nations” and research who created this filthy organisation.

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