Wednesday, June 6, 2007


"Moshe Dayan, the celebrated commander who, as Defense Minister in 1967, gave the order to conquer the Golan...[said] many of the firefights with the Syrians were deliberately provoked by Israel, and the kibbutz residents who pressed the Government to take the Golan Heights did so less for security than for the farmland...[Dayan stated] 'They didn't even try to hide their greed for the land...We would send a tractor to plow some area where it wasn't possible to do anything, in the demilitarized area, and knew in advance that the Syrians would start to shoot. If they didn't shoot, we would tell the tractor to advance further, until in the end the Syrians would get annoyed and shoot.

And then we would use artillery and later the air force also, and that's how it was...The Syrians, on the fourth day of the war, were not a threat to us.'" The New York Times, May 11, 1997

How to steal, loot and plunder another country's wealth. When that country tries to stop the theft, respond with massive force. At the same time, have your shills and lackeys in the media start planting false stories about the "Angry Arab." If that doesn't sufficiently hoodwink the public, trot out dependable stooges like Dershowitz. He's like one of those play action figure that emits the same sound over and over, this sound is: "Anti-Semite" "Anti-Semite" "Anti-Semite" ... repeat ad nauseam.
A brillant piece of propaganda from one of Israel's favorites, Josef Goebbels

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