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I LOVE ISRAEL and DEMOCRACY
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1.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 07 Jan 2009 Wed 12:03 pm

POLITICAL CORRECTNESS


Rule #1: In the Middle East, it is always the Palestinians that attack first, and it´s always Israel who defends itself. This is called "retaliation" .

Rule #2: The Palestinians are not allowed to kill Israelis. This is called "terrorism".

Rule #3: Israel has the right to kill Palestinian civilians; this is called "self-defense" , or "collateral damage".

Rule #4: When Israel kills too many Palestinian civilians, the Western world calls for restraint. This is called the "reaction of the international community".

Rule #5: Palestinians do not have the right to capture Israeli military, not even 1 or 2.

Rule #6: Israel has the right to capture as many Palestinians as they want (around 10,000 to date being held without trial). There is no limit; there is no need for proof of guilt or trial. All that is needed is the magic word: "terrorism".

Rule #7: When you say "Hamas", always be sure to add "supported by Hezbo-Allah, Syria and Iran".

Rule #8: When you say "Israel", never say "supported by the USA, the UK, European countries and even some Arab regimes", for people (God forbid) might believe this is not an equal conflict.

Rule #9: When it comes to Israel, don´t mention the words "occupied territories" , "UN resolutions" , "Geneva conventions" . This could distress the audience of Fox, CNN, etc.

Rule #10: Israelis speak better English than Arabs. This is why we let them speak out as much as possible, so that they can explain rules 1 through 9. This is called "neutral journalism".

Rule #11: If you don´t agree with these rules or if you favor the Palestinian side over the Israeli side, you must be a very dangerous anti-Semite. You may even have to make a public apology if you express your honest opinion

(Isn´t democracy wonderful?)

2.       chiko
135 posts
 07 Jan 2009 Wed 12:31 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

 

(Isn´t democracy wonderful?)

 

i think you should have said " Isn´t modernity wonderful? " 

3.       bod
5999 posts
 08 Jan 2009 Thu 02:43 pm

 

Quoting chiko

i think you should have said " Isn´t modernity wonderful? " 

 

Conflict in Israel and Palastine has been going on since before "modern" times.......

Unless you define "modern" in galactic terms!

 

4.       teaschip
3870 posts
 08 Jan 2009 Thu 03:51 pm

 Alpha "Heavy Feather"   I see you came back from living abroud with the Lakota Indians..{#lang_emotions_wink}.I hope your journey was enlightening.{#lang_emotions_bigsmile} 

5.       azade
1606 posts
 08 Jan 2009 Thu 07:47 pm

Great comeback Alpha {#lang_emotions_flowers}

6.       teaschip
3870 posts
 08 Jan 2009 Thu 08:09 pm

I can see rule#7 has already been applied...

7.       alameda
3499 posts
 09 Jan 2009 Fri 12:32 am

 

Quoting bod

Conflict in Israel and Palastine has been going on since before "modern" times.......

Unless you define "modern" in galactic terms!

 

 Actually bod, it was pretty peaceful up until WWI, after which it became part of the British Mandate

8.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 10 Jan 2009 Sat 01:53 pm

Here is a series of maps showing the changes in Palestine borders, in modern times:

http://www.basinyayin.net/guncel/iste-filistinin-isgal-haritasi

 

Lighter shade indicates the Palestine land and darker shade, like cancer, is the spreading Israel.

 

Palestinians are expected to live in peace, harmony and democracy with cancer.

9.       lessluv
1052 posts
 10 Jan 2009 Sat 02:08 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

Here is a series of maps showing the changes in Palestine borders, in modern times:

http://www.basinyayin.net/guncel/iste-filistinin-isgal-haritasi

 

Lighter shade indicates the Palestine land and darker shade, like cancer, is the spreading Israel.

 

Palestinians are expected to live in peace, harmony and democracy with cancer.

 

 yes a very substansive change in ´ownership´ in a relatively short period of time {#lang_emotions_confused}

10.       raindrops
267 posts
 10 Jan 2009 Sat 07:41 pm

 

Quoting lessluv

 yes a very substansive change in ´ownership´ in a relatively short period of time {#lang_emotions_confused}

 

what about that jews bought land? paid for it?

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