Monthly Archives: November 2012
Romney’s concern for his own country was barely skin deep. In fact, if you peeled back his skin I bet you’d have found the endoskeleton of a zionist cyborg. -- “Reg”
"In a colossally miscalculated act, Israel launched military strikes on the enclave because they thought that Hamas would soon run out of missiles and rockets supplies and that the city would soon fall prey to dereliction and destruction. However, they were disillusioned to see that things did not happen as they preferred and that even their impenetrable Iron Dome was not that advanced to intercept the torrential salvo of Iranian-made Palestinian missiles."
"Israelis may be living in utter denial of the peculiar, doomed reality they have created by the sheer might of force, but this is no excuse for the rest of the world, especially the US, not to wake up and realise that ending the occupation has the potential to release a tremendous amount of positive energy in the Palestinian community. And it this energy that will allow Palestinians to negotiate in good faith as it rebuilds its society from the ruins of decades of destitution."
"President Obama’s call out to Americans of “enough” resonated and was the right thing to do in its time, so now the president must ring out again, to save Israelis and Palestinians from their own precipice, and the region with them."
"Have they forgotten that all Palestinians – in Gaza, the West Bank, Jerusalem – are an occupied people? That along with the refugees outside of Palestine, they have been dealt one bad hand after another? That they also want to, and should, defend themselves? Shame on anyone who would expect less. And shame on anyone who can look at the debris-covered body of a Palestinian child and blame them for their own death."