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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Sat Mar 30, 2024 1:39 pm

The artists attending the Eurovision Song Contest this year unless is Israel is banned and they claim it not only will it make no difference but they can use the platform to call for a ceasefire. What is interesting about this is the fact that the milk Snatcher also said sanctions do not work and refused to sanction South Africa or any corporations who worked there. Eventually sanction by the people worked and Apartheid was wiped from the face of the earth.

Funny enough last October a village fair I attend was cancelled because of the attack on Gaza. It is a strange world we live in.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Sat Mar 30, 2024 9:53 pm

The Zionists have stumbled on a brilliant idea. They would like Gaza to be controlled by a multi-Arab force. However it needs one small detail added to it, the same thing must apply to West Bank and Israel too. IDF to be disbanded, the settlers disarmed and they will get on like a house on fire.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Mar 31, 2024 1:34 am

Gazans were more likely to blame their material predicament on Hamas's leadership than on Israel's economic blockade. ... Overall, 73 percent of Gazans favored a peaceful settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On the eve of Hamas's October 7 attack, just 20 percent of Gazans favored a military solution that could result in the destruction of the state of Israel.

https://www.meforum.org/65584/to-build- ... 008cb537ce



...very interesting polling; worth reading, and hopeful, recognising Gazans and their needs first.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Mar 31, 2024 8:39 am

Second shipment with almost 400 tons of food leaves Cyprus port for Gaza
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/world/s ... za-4231971


...along with other news, some UN forces in Lebanon's south were injured.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Sun Mar 31, 2024 11:04 am

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Gazans were more likely to blame their material predicament on Hamas's leadership than on Israel's economic blockade. ... Overall, 73 percent of Gazans favored a peaceful settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On the eve of Hamas's October 7 attack, just 20 percent of Gazans favored a military solution that could result in the destruction of the state of Israel.

https://www.meforum.org/65584/to-build- ... 008cb537ce



...very interesting polling; worth reading, and hopeful, recognising Gazans and their needs first.

RW this poll was done in July 2023 by an American concern. There is not one Palestinian in Gaza that has not lost a relative. To say that they will blame Hamas for this is a joke. That is what the Zionists say. I met quite a few Palestinians in London recently and they have all lost relatives, one lost 39 members of his extended family and I have not heard one say anything negative against Hamas. If anything the reverse is happening. Hamas is gaining ground in the West bank. Why do you think the Zionists want to dictate who runs Free Palestine State. Is it because Hamas will not win the election? I think not. How the fuck can other countries dictate who will run another country? it is time it was applied to Israel. Perhaps that would solve a lot of problems if the Zionists are removed from power and not allowed to stand for parliament.

In the meantime ol' Nut baby is losing ground, even the hostage family members are joining the marches in Israel against the war in their 10s of thousands. Well at least that's what they say but I suspect we get the info as in London. The media loves to downgrade these marches. They claim 10s of thousands when there are 100s of thousands.

Lets face it there can only be one conclusion after this and that is a Free Palestinian state and free elections. And I think the Palestinians despite their losses will know who facilitated it. No imperialist's has ever given the natives their freedom. every one of them had to be fought for.

What is more interesting is the fact that government lawyers have advised that Israel has broken international law in this war and they are keeping it confidential from the public. So much for SwineCunt democracy. The constitution is not worth the paper it is written on. Ohps I completely forgot, it is not written anywhere because they know if it was it would be used as toilet paper.

In the meantime the world is not aware that at least half of 1200 or more people supposedly killed by Hamas were actually killed by IDF. It will interesting what they will say and do then. I guess they will say they were not aware of it. It is WMDs all over again. It is so easy to fool the SwineCunts as we have established from their members on this forum.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Sun Mar 31, 2024 11:58 am

I have not seen this yet. I will watch it later but it is well worth watching. The lies about October 7th.

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Postby Lordo » Sun Mar 31, 2024 4:11 pm

Interesting facts from the above clip.

1 Finally mentioning that it was Israel that burnt the bodies as they mistook Hamas fighters burnt as Israeli when they were counting.
2. The buried the burnt out vehicles at the concert location
3. Families of victims are suing the Israeli government for killing their relatives.
4. People at the festival confirming that Israelis were firing at them. They first assumed Hamas was wearing Israeli uniforms.
5. Israel has been paying people to come forward and claim they were there and they witnessed killings.
6. Representative Mast claimed the babies that are killed in Gaza are not as innocent as people think they are. What is worse is the fact that this cunt Mast is a veteran. Who knows how many people he killed when he was in the army.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Londonrake » Mon Apr 01, 2024 7:36 pm

An April 1st thing - yes? :?

A total joke video. About as objective as your views on the UK.

When Oct 7th occurred 2 things were totally predictable.

1: There would be a rash of Conspiracy theories. Starting with - the whole thing was part of a cunning plan by Netanyahu.

2: False flags. From - most of the casualties were killed by the IDF to - it was nothing to do with Hamas. They were all in bed that morning. :roll:

Both promoted in order to moderate/excuse Hamas's culpability on that day. A day when they murdered over 1200 civilians. Men, women and children, and kidnapped 253 of the same. Dragging them back into Gaza as hostages. As the people there danced in the streets - spitting on and jeering at paraded captives - celebrating their elected government's "victory".

That, plus the use of "Zionists" to excuse things. Zionist is just a way of circumventing the Holocaust problem. It's OK to promote "kill the Zionist" but politically awkward to do so with "kill the Jews".

All Israelis and anybody who has sympathy with what happened to them on Oct 7th are "Zionists". Deserving to be gassed no doubt. Why don't you at least try to be honest? Hitler had the right idea. He just ran out of time before he could finish the job.

Also, the term "Genocide" which obviously those who've been throwing it around don't have a clue or care about. People who think half a milion or so dead Syrians, killed by Assad and his Russian backers is absolutely fine. Genocide? Nahh. Or you, who thinks 10,000 dead Ukranian civilians "deserved it".

Total hypocrites.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Mon Apr 01, 2024 8:27 pm

What can you do to idiots who refused to see factual evidence.

Clearly Regev admitted as much when he admirtted that amongst the burned Israelis were 200 burnt Hamas fighters. That is what they assumed they were Israelis so they revised their dead count down by 200 as being Hamas fighters. Well the Hamas fighters did not burn themselves and must have been with hostages which proves that some of the hostages were burnt by IDF.

Anyway

New evidence that IDF shelled Israeli citizens on Oct. 7, killing over a hundred

Several new testimonies by Israeli witnesses to the October 7 Hamas surprise attack on settlements in the vicinity of Gaza add to growing evidence that the Israeli military killed its own citizens as they fought to neutralize Palestinian gunmen, reported The Grayzone.
Israel’s military received orders to shell Israeli homes and even their own bases as they were overwhelmed by Hamas fighters on October 7, according to a recently published investigative report by Max Blumental, the editor-in-chief of The Grayzone, an independent news website.

Israel’s military received orders to shell Israeli homes and even their own bases as they were overwhelmed by Hamas militants on October 7.

“How many Israeli citizens said to have been “burned alive” were actually killed by friendly fire?”

Tuval Escapa, a member of the security team for Kibbutz Be’eri, set up a hotline to coordinate between kibbutz residents and the Israeli army.

He told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz that as desperation began to set in, “the commanders in the field made difficult decisions – including shelling houses on their occupants in order to eliminate Hamas fighters along with the hostages.”

An Israeli woman named Yasmin Porat confirmed in an interview with Israel Radio that the military “undoubtedly” killed numerous Israeli noncombatants during gun battles with Hamas militants on October 7. “They eliminated everyone, including the hostages,” she stated, referring to Israeli special forces.


As David Sheen and Ali Abunimah reported in Electronic Intifada, Porat described “very, very heavy crossfire” and Israeli tank shelling, which led to many casualties among Israelis.Yet the mounting evidence of friendly fire orders handed down by Israeli army commanders strongly suggests that at least some of the most jarring images of charred Israeli corpses, Israeli homes reduced to rubble and burned out hulks of vehicles presented to Western media were, in fact, the handiwork of tank crews and helicopter pilots blanketing Israeli territory with shells, cannon fire and Hellfire missiles.


https://middleeastobserver.org/2023/10/29/new-evidence-that-idf-shelled-israeli-citizens-on-oct-7-killing-over-a-hundred/
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Londonrake » Mon Apr 01, 2024 8:42 pm

Lordo wrote:What can you do to idiots who refused to see factual evidence.


Given a lot of the stuff you post - dozens of times a week - that's actually quite funny. When confronted with it you have no direct reply to counter of course. No "debate". That's understandable. You have no answers and to offer any makes you even more subject to ridicule. Which is appropriate. :eyecrazy:

Have you noticed yet how few responses you get? Have you - for instance - looked at how many times "my friend Kicks" has actually replied to any of your efforts? You still don't get the "ignoring" thing and how much you are. Which of course is what makes it fun. At your expense. :wink: :D

middleeastobserver.org.

Another, impartial, "independent" site. :roll:
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