Thursday, April 15, 2010

Thursday, April 15, 2010

More on the amazing story of the mole Kass:
"Surely someone in Washington must see the security implications of a former foreign military officer holding a high level post in the Pentagon with full access to classified information."
"Settler Harassment: VIDEO ROUND-UP" The combination of violence and nerdy self-righteousness gives you an inkling of why the Jews have had such a rough time over the centuries. The IDF soldiers assisting are nothing more than war criminals and there will have to be a massive war crimes tribunal to judge and punish them in about ten years time.

"CNN vs. Al Jazeera landing page" "Ethan Bronner tops himself: he summarizes the Israeli war on Lebanon in 2006"

Richard Cohen, celebrated by the lites as some kind of great humanitarian example to all Jews (my emphasis in red):
"Those of us who have watched Israel trying to control the West Bank have always wondered why the Palestinians have not tried passive resistance. This is what Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King did - and Israel is weak in the way Britain and America are. It has a conscience."
The Nazis thought they had a conscience too.

Typically snarky title, but it is interesting to know that Randall Jarrell is going to be studied as a colonialist poet, like a fifth-rate version of Rudyard Kipling. The number of poems celebrating crimes against humanity can't be too long, and this one has the peculiar twist of coming from 1947, when the nature of the crime was only fully understood by the criminals.
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