Thursday, January 29, 2009

The war crimes evidence keeps piling up

Via Action Report Online, an article in Haaretz (my emphasis in red):
"The idea to bombard the closing ceremony of the Gaza police course was internally criticized in the Israel Defense Forces months before the attack. A military source involved in the planning of the attack, in which dozens of Hamas policemen were killed, says that while military intelligence officers were sure the operation should be carried out and pressed for its approval, the IDF's international law division and the military advocate general were undecided."

  1. the Jewish attack could have had nothing to do with whatever Hamas was accused of doing, as it was being planned for months, down to the exact timing of the end of the Gaza police course, indeed months before Hamas had been keeping the ceasefire which the Jews eventually had to break so the Jews could attempt to claim the slaughter was because of the rockets; and
  2. the Jews knew that the planned attack on the Gaza police graduation was an attack on civilians (and there is obviously no possible argument about human shields or whatever other legalese great Jewish minds can scheme up).


Piers said...

Nobody has a very thoughtful post on his blog to which I posted a reply. Since it is an elaboration to what I have posted here, some may find it useful:, Nobu-sama. The circle tightens. You have been picked up. They should have let you know.

Regards Pilger: a solid, a Mensch. Agreed. But his quote: Since then, mostly Jewish truth-tellers such as Avi Schlaim, Noam Chomsky, the late Tanya Reinhart, Neve Gordon, Tom Segev, Uri Avnery, Ilan Pappe and Norman Finklestein have dispatched this and other myths and revealed a state shorn of the humane traditions of Judaism, whose unrelenting militarism is the sum of an expansionist, lawless and racist ideology called zionism." is ultimately untrue. If he is bridging a chasm with baby steps, that's kosher. If it is ignorance, or limited hangout, obviously it's not. Time will tell. Oh, and I do like him, know his work but have outgrown him (that's not a slight, just means there are yet greater falsehoods to tackle and I appreciate fully his contribution and elucidation. No more, no less).

But Here is the unvarnished truth.

Re: Hugo Chavez

Certainly the best hope there is, since Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is actually a Jew by the name of Saborjian (Shaborchan), actually speaks gibberish unless it's a conveniently mistranslated soundbite care of MEMRI. Shucks, for such an ancient and personally estimable culture as the Persians are, he sure does seem to have a devil of a time finding a decent translator (view his Columbia Uni speech). Google around and you'll find pics of the "Twelver" Saborjian giving a double "mano cornuta" and "member of the lodge" of Freemasons sign.

Back to Chavez: so many things right - curbing Jewish media hegemony, augmenting literacy, bringing in Cuban doctors to citizens who never had previous access to such necessities, improving the economic lot of all citizens, but most especially the quintessential middle class, creating a 100,000 strong Kalashnikov-armed militia, giving a crackerjack speech at the UN (I smell sulphur), critically having one of the last four Rothschild-free Bancos Centrales, and earning the ire of sham Juan Carlos ("?Porque no te callas?" Why don't you S[TF]U?).

Even though he is the cleanest and last damn hope in a world overrun with a Satanic cult, though he speaks of "vampires," he will not expose them, apart from BushBushBush 24/7, nor will he refuse a delegation from Chile and Argentina to discuss "anti-Semitism," and most damning of all, Chavez urges leaders to consider moving U.N. to Jerusalem. And his justification? "'That's why we propose to this assembly that the United Nations leave this country, which is not respectful of the very resolutions of this assembly,' he said." Ri-i-ight.

Those of us who remember David ben Gurion's prophetic Look magazine interview recall that this was one of his goals. Coincidence? Let's wait a while. But the whole fight is rigged, and good people must curb their inclination to root for the good guy. We are actually all of us living in the Talmud, being knocked from pillar to post. It is the heart of the cabbala, the "Tree of Life" aka the "Influence of Spheres." Think the Ikea kiddie room filled with coloured balls.

The time of the lone wolf is over, say the Hopi elders. We are our own leaders. We must gather ourselves up. We are the ones we have been waiting for. This could be a good time. To wit: if you body surf, what's a surfboard to you?

P.S Thanks for the heads up on Dodesukaden. Will seek it out. Cheers.

Rowan Berkeley said...

what a load of pretentious shit.

Anonymous said...

This is a very good article and I think it sums up pretty well what is occurring in political thought, that is the RED-BROWN-GREEN axis. Alexandre Del Valle is writing from a pro-American point of view. If you step back it's fair to ask, "Who really are the totalitarianist?" To even ask the question speaks to what Piers is saying. The only way to navigate the kingdom of darkness is to have the right thing because it's the right thing to do.

(without an abaya)
btw Piers, thxs for the movies

Rowan Berkeley said...

What I meant was,Piers's style of writing is such pretentious shit, I can't even make out what he's saying, which is probably exactly the idea.

Anonymous said...

Evie, I trust you're not serious. Anyone who casually dismisses Hizbullah and Hamas as "terrorists" is ipso facto a Zionist, i.e. a spokesman for pure evil. Also, you'll note he takes the attack on the World Trade Center seriously as an "Islamist" assault on the Western "liberal democracies". There's darkness for you!

Anonymous said...

trying to read some of the linked articles is same as reading, trying, a ping pong ball during a match.

Anonymous said...

reminder to mr president: pardon john walker lindh. a kangaroo conviction needs to be undone. probably should replace kangaroo with better term. maybe, a cheney court/conviction.

Anonymous said...

from dr m's analysis:

I’m going to take aim at number of myths the usurper scum have invented to justify their criminal occupation, but first lets give them due credit for their pioneering trail blazing acts as :

1. The first aircraft hijacking was carried out by Israel in 1954 against a Syrian civilian airliner.

2. Grenades in cafes: first used by Zionists against Palestinians in Jerusalem on 17 March 1937.

3. Delayed-action, electrically timed mines in crowded marketplaces: first used by Zionists against Palestinians in Haifa on 6 July 1938.

4. Blowing up a ship with its civilian passengers still on board: first carried out by Zionists in Haifa on 25 November 1940. The Zionists did not hesitate to blow up their own people in protest at the British policy of restricting Jewish immigration to Palestine. The ship, Patria, was carrying 1,700 Jewish immigrants.

5. Assassination of government officials: first carried out by the Zionists against the British in Cairo, when on 6 November 1944 Lord Moyne was assassinated by the Stern Gang. Yitzhak Shamir, a member of the Irgun and later leader of the Stern Gang and Israeli prime minister, was behind the plan.

6. Use of hostages as a means of putting pressure on a government: first used by the Zionists against the British in Tel Aviv on 18 June 1946.

7. Blowing up of government offices with their civilian employees and visitors: first carried out by the Zionists against the British in Jerusalem on 22 July 1946. The toll was 91 Britons killed and 46 wounded in the King David Hotel. Menachim Begin, who masterminded and carried out the attack and later became Israeli prime minister, admitted that the massacre was coordinated with and carried out under the instruction of the Haganah Zionist gang.

8. Booby-trapped suitcases: first used by the Zionists against the British Embassy in Rome on 13 October 1946.

9. Booby-trapped cars in civilian areas: first used by the Zionists against the British in Sarafand (east of Jaffa) on 5 December 1946

10. Beating of hostages: first used by the Zionists against the British in Tel Aviv, Netanya and Rishon on 29 December 1946.

11. Letter bombs sent to politicians: first used by the Zionists against Britain when 20 letter bombs were sent from Italy to London between 4 and 6 June 1947
12. Murder of hostages as a reprisal for government actions: first used by the Zionists against the British in the Netanya area on 29 July 1947.

13. Postal parcel bombs: first used by the Zionists against the British in London on 3 September 1947.

A. anthrax letters: usa, 2001 (5ds)

Anonymous said...

what's wrong with chavez advocating the un hq move to j-salem?

boot out the squats and proclaim it a un city, self-financed by charging admission at wingheing wall + h/c museum full of discarded nike shoes.

Anonymous said...

Nice to know there is open confessions that the attack in Gaza was premeditated.

Preparing and waging wars of aggression as a crime against humanity is one of the legal legacies of the Nuremberg trials.

It makes me speculate that the German Chancellor Merkel could possibly be indicted as well, if her constant encantations for "Israel's self-defense against terrorist" before the attacks be understood as aiding and abetting aggression wars.

In the Basic Law (Germany's de facto Constitution), Art. 26 speaks specifically about Germans mixed up with aggressive wars, and § 80 of the Penal Code (StGB) foresees jail sentences of 10 years to life without parole.

Of course, she was also an enthusiastic supporter of the aggressive wars in Serbia, Afghanistan and Iraq. Would it not be nice if the real criminals of this world felt, by way of universal justice, one thousandth of the pain they have inflicted onto innocents?

Anonymous said...

fat chance of that, xeno, she'll be shaking tits at davos while prosecutors persecute salman and his hapless ilk.

Anonymous said...

"Evie, I trust you're not serious. Anyone who casually dismisses Hizbullah and Hamas as "terrorists" is ipso facto a Zionist, i.e. a spokesman for pure evil." - Trad, I don't see where Piers did that?


Rowan Berkeley said...

There now, Evie - despite my warning, he has got you analysing his miserable text now, as if it actually meant something. Don't waste your time.

Anonymous said...

Not Piers, Evie, Alexander del Valle, the author of "The Reds, the Browns and the Greens". I don't share your positive view of that article.

Anonymous said...

Trad, I don't agree with del Valle' point of view, he is writing as if what he sees in the Red-Brown-Green axis is a horrible thing. I think it is a good thing. What I agree with him on is that there is a RBG axis and he is right in why this axis has formed, for instance:

The Eurasian school, adhered to by Djemal, Ziouganov and other “Red-Brown” Russians, considers that “fundamentalist Islam, with its anti-materialism, its rejection of the banking system, of international usury and of the system of the liberal economy, is an ally. The sole geopolitical enemies of the Russians and the Muslims is the United States and its liberal, cosmopolitan, anti-religious, anti-traditional system”

Quite a while back RB noted how on this blog the far-right & far-left were finding common ground.


Anonymous said...

Got it now, thanks, Evie.

Anonymous said...

Best not cut up that abaya for dustrags just yet.

Rowan Berkeley said...

yes, but if the Dugin experience is anything to go by, they will only be interested in the most reactionary, pseudo-feudal but actually pro-capitalist (but not pro-jewish "big business") type muslims.

so we won't be all that much forrarder, socially speaking. peasants and workers will still be treated as serfs and slaves respectively.

Rowan Berkeley said...

I know that sounds a bit trashy after all the nice things I said about Dugin's profound mysticism, subtle geopoliticism, and delightful speculative mentality. I suppose it just comes down to the fact that when you are thinking abouit cultivating foreign alliances, there are only three ways or four to do it:
(1) cultivate the rich,
(2) cultivate the poor,
(3) cultivate the army, or maybe,
(4) cultivate the media ...

Anonymous said...

Why would you believe Dugin was any less aristocratic/elitist than Evola?

Anonymous said...

Okay, okay. The planned attack on a police academy graduation. How evil is that? Proud parents, people excited about getting ahead in life. Are the Palestinians cops like most places in the world? Guess so. of course probably they have to be members of Hamas, given the politics. But I'm sure all the cops in say, Poland, had to be "communists", even if they really weren't.

So the psychological make-up of the cops must be similar to lots of civil servants, looking for security. Maybe people with a small bit of idealism. After all, it's a step above being a gang member.

So the Israelis target them. Why? So that they can enter Gaza without significant resistance?

Let it not be forgotten that 911 is what you call for an emergency. And Arabs in caves never pulled off that cute massacre of cops with that as the set date for the game, set, match. The insanity lies in the belief that something worthwhile is forwarded by whatever mirage-like ends that justify the means. Whodunnit? We know who did NOT do it, because they needed the phone calls from the planes which could not technically be made, in order to establish the actors as Arabs. Let's not quibble about who did some "hijacking", since it never happened like that.

In the end, the sense that justified killing is created by being of a certain ethnicity, is the oldest most primitive game in the book. So much for being of a superior civilization. It is force, pure force.

The police cadets were killed. Is that not the first time that emergency services were targeted? We may never know, only intuit.

But we can refuse to play along.

Anonymous said...

I consider the "Arabs in caves"
when uttered by Western conspiratologists an ethnic slur
and an untruth in the spirit of those who depict militant jihadists as inevitably undereducated or uneducated.

Anonymous said...

Nobody ever gets charged with anything. Corruption is out of control.