Wednesday, June 16, 2010

The case of the missing humanitarians

The missing humanitarian aid workers on the Mavi Marmara might be explained by Kevin Neish's speculation that they were Israeli spies. That would also explain the detailed kill book that Neish found in one soldier's backpack - the spies could have fed the information back to Israel so that the Israelis could execute the people it wanted dead, and hopefully not execute any European parliamentarians (or at least any they didn't want dead).

Much has been made about the self-defense of the aid workers. The Israelis and their pals believe the people on the ship should have peacefully thrown themselves in front of IDF bullets. I believe the Israeli soldiers were sent onto the boats in a vulnerable position just so they could be attacked. The 'Hannibal mode' - that no Israeli soldier can be taken alive and all steps must be taken to ensure that doesn't happen - would then kick in, allowing the Jews to continue their assassination program on the boat under the guise of rescuing injured colleagues. You have to wonder if the attacks on the Israeli soldiers were started by the Israeli spies for the purpose of creating a small riot, from which they could then quietly withdraw. In other words, more or less everything that happened on the Mavi Marmara was preplanned by the IDF and Israeli politicians. What they underestimated was the revulsion in the rest of the world.

All of this opens many questions concerning future aid missions, especially those led by Jews. Will they try to sabotage the missions in order to aid their racist and violent group?
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