Friday, July 26, 2013

We Gotta Get out of This Place

"How Entertainers Are Bullied Into Not Performing In Israel" by some Simon Wiesenthal Center hasbara-ites. "No evidence of “threats” that prompted The Animals’ Eric Burdon to cancel Israel gig". 'Bullied' means 'encouraged to listen to your conscience', but we really can't blame the Jews for being unable to understand this.

Alicia Keys' band members received the usual Jewish supremacist racist welcome.

"Remember the Torture at Abu Ghraib?"  Credit where credit is due.

"Water company replaces Israeli-made meter from woman's home after she objected to 'repression of Palestine'"

"How we are impoverished, gentrified and silenced - and what to do about it" by John Pilger:
"Momentous change almost always begins with the courage of people taking back their own lives against the odds. There is no other way now. Direct action. Civil disobedience. Unerring. Read Percy Shelley - "Ye are many; they are few". And do it."
Sadly, the mass drugging of the populace seems to have removed all appetite for resistance of any kind.

"How Nancy Pelosi Saved the NSA Surveillance Program"  The vote was shockingly close, and I never, ever want to hear another word about Pelosi being in any way, shape or form 'progressive'.  She's a traitor.

"STRATFOR: 'One function of the U.S. presence in Benghazi, Libya, was to help facilitate the flow of Libyan arms to Syrian rebels'".  The analysis here is at a Stratfor level of stupidity:
"From the American point of view, sending weapons to Syria not only helps the rebels there, but every SA-7b shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile sent to Syria to be fired at a regime helicopter or MiG fighter is one less missile that can find its way into the hands of militants in the region. Promoting the flow of weapons out of Libya to Syria also makes weapons in Libya much more expensive, and can therefore reduce the ability of local militia groups -- or regional militant groups such as al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb or Boko Haram -- to procure weapons from Libya."

"Raghead The Fiendly Neighborhood Terrorist: Chemical Reaction"

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