Monday, July 12, 2010

Monday, July 12, 2010

"Mossad agents murdered my husband, says widow of billionaire arms dealer" - upcoming inquest on the assassination of Ashraf Marwan.

Conspiracy theory: one goal of the 1982 illegal attack on Lebanon by the shitty little country was to banish Fatah to Jordan, create a Palestinian state there, and thus prevent the creation of a Palestinian state in the West Bank. Much, much, much, much, much, much, much less successful Weiss conspiracy theory:
"(It's my belief that Obama has backed off on settlements because of nuclear coercion: that Israel has blackmailed him by threatening to bomb Iran. But that's just me, sitting in the woods.)"

"US Professors Raise Doubts About Report on South Korean Ship Sinking"

"Strategic Defaults of the Rich and Famous" "Rich Defaulting on Mortgages At Highest Rate" What kind of sick and twisted society would think there could be a moral duty to a bank? In fact, I think everybody who can get away with it has a positive moral obligation not to pay them. As usual, the rich are using a misdirected sense of morality to screw those foolish enough to be led around by the nose. They also like to use hot-button issues like abortion and euthanasia to wreck class distinctions by creating phony support for 'conservative', i.e., rich-supporting, political parties, parties which would rightfully have no support were it not for the artificial moral issues created by the ideologues who work for the rich. Morality is one of the biggest weapons used by the ultra-wealthy, ironically the most depraved group of monsters in society.

Nicolas Kristof is still looking for the Palestinian Gandhi. Of course, the Palestinians have been engaged in true non-violent resistance for decades. What happens? They are slaughtered or imprisoned by the Jews, and the Jew-controlled media - including the Jews who pay off stupid assholes like Kristof - completely ignores them.

"Having Your Cake and Eating it Too" Unbelievable.

Latuff:
  1. "In Memory of Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah, 1935-2010"
  2. "In Memory of José Saramago, 1922-2010"
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