Saturday, June 14, 2014

Hatred and Vindictiveness: Israeli Jews in Action

Israeli Jews’ hatred of human beings who are not ‘chosen,’ ‘Goyim,’ is also an all-encompassing hatred of life, as the wanton killing of the animals in the Gaza zoo showed, and as the author of the article below illustrates, describing the hate-fueled, barbaric destruction of the Palestinians’ land, including uprooting 800,000 olive trees, some several centuries old and even older.
Destroying olives for spite by Brian Cloughley

Many people like olives because they are delicious and produce wonderful oil. They were originally cultivated in Syria, Palestine and Crete and there is evidence that some existing trees are 2,000 years old, which is amazing.

But there aren’t any 2,000 year-old olive trees in Palestine nowadays. Indeed there are very few left in the Palestinian lands that have been illegally occupied by Israel since 1967. Since then, the Israelis have destroyed 800,000 Palestinian olive trees and last week the Israeli army cut down another 52 next to a village whose farmers are being driven into poverty by yet another vicious act of Israeli malice. The destruction was ignored by western politicians who say they want a solution to what US Secretary of State Kerry calls a “puzzle.”

Yes, it’s a puzzle. But even Kerry, in an off-guard truthful moment, ventured to say that if there is no two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict soon, Israel risks becoming “an apartheid state with second-class citizens.”

That was welcome acknowledgement of Israel’s arrogance (although of course he promptly withdrew it after shrieks of protest), but he ignored that Israel is already an apartheid state where Palestinians are non-citizens.

There is nowhere else in the world, apart from Britain’s mediaeval tribal areas of Northern Ireland, where twenty-foot high concrete barriers separate peoples of different religions. But the Israelis go further, because their barricades exemplify apartheid which is ‘a policy or system of segregation or discrimination on grounds of race.’

Israel has 400 miles of walls separating Jews from Arabs, and one of its latest extensions involves a village near Bethlehem which grows olives in “unique terraced hills built by hand over millennia.” Its irrigation system was built by the Romans and has lasted 2,000 years, but it’s going to be destroyed by the Israelis. And nobody will do anything about it....
Sixty one olive trees destroyed by settlers near Tuwani, south Hebron hills

FOOTNOTE: With the recent 'kidnapping' of three teenagers in Occupied Palestine, which is being blamed on Palestinian militants, it sure is a coincidence that this is the week the Presbyterians vote on pulling some of their investments out of 'Stolenland' companies that are making a 'killing' off supplying Apartheid Israel with the tools of oppression.

My, my,my, such timing!

Surely Israel wouldn't kidnap those kids so they could again appear as the perpetual victims, always caught up in GOY hatred while trying to do the right thing?

Israel, your days are numbered, unfortunately that also means the rest of the world might be in trouble if the psychotic Israelis decide to use their "SAMSON" option to teach us Gentiles a radioactive lesson.

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