Israel’s Incremental Inhumanity Precludes the Right to Demand for Israelis That Which It so Violently Denies the Palestinian People
September 4, 2014
Anti-Semitism: The Ultimate Zionist Weapon
August 1, 2014
Tony Blair: The War Criminal Middle East “Peace” Envoy
September 9, 2014
The Gross Injustice Of Western Hypocrisy And Double Standards promotes Extremist Terrorist Retaliation
October 24, 2014
In keeping with the annual harvest season ritual of olive tree burning, illegal Jewish settler groups have yet again endeavoured to destroy the year's crop with the objective of depriving Palestinian farmers of their only means of livelihood and of forcing them out of their homes so that their lands can be confiscated for more Jewish settlement construction. One group of criminally insane settlers from the illegal Jewish “centre of extremism” settlement of Yizhar set fire to a Palestinian olive grove above Huwwara village, just outside of Nablus. While the Palestinian villagers were fighting the fire, fate played a hand with a change of wind direction that spread the flames towards the hill-perched illegal settlement thereby forcing the settlers to avoid damage to their own illegal buildings by fighting the fire they started. These Jewish racist settlers who ardently believe they are God’s chosen people and far superior to the Palestinian “beasts” who are unworthy of life, perceive no apparent conflict between their criminal and inhumane conduct — deliberately destroying and depriving other human beings of their livelihood — and the moral principles of their Judaic religion. Even more despicable is the hypocritical and obsequious acceptance of such illegal and immoral conduct by the rest of the world including the West with its selective view of human rights.
Another characteristic of these land-thieving supremacists is their unashamed overt barbarity which they practice with applause and unrestrained delight as is evident from the following report and video clip of settlers cheering as Israeli Defence Force soldiers — belonging to “the world’s most moral army” — arrest, handcuff, and blindfold a mentally handicapped 12-year-old Palestinian boy for allegedly throwing stones http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4582632,00.html. What is even more disturbing about this Apartheid racist state is the inculcation of virulent racist hate by Israeli parents of their children who in the following report and video clip substantiate the reality that Israel’s ethical and moral compass has become badly and perhaps irreversibly skewed. (http://www.addictinginfo.org/2014/10/07/video-israelis-chant-nggers-go-home-carrying-isis-style-flags-at-anti-african-rally/). How can Jewish people in Diaspora watch such video evidence without feeling any guilt, repugnance, or shame?
By continuing to tolerate Israel’s irrefutable and ceaseless violation of Palestinian human rights, the West — for whatever reason including lack of moral courage — becomes a de facto ally of an Apartheid Zionist Israeli state and as such must expect to be subject to the same universal opprobrium and terrorist retaliation. The most recent such example has just occurred in Canada where a lone gunman killed a soldier at an Ottawa war memorial before storming into the nearby parliament building. The attack — the second this week targeting Canadian military personnel — came as Canadian jets were to set to join the US-led bombing campaign against Islamist militants in Iraq which, like Libya, once enjoyed relative peace and prosperity before Israeli-instigated Western military intervention — regime change — imposed the usual chaos and criminal destruction that is codenamed as “bringing democracy” to the target country’s people upon whom “democracy” is rained with a carpet bombing vengeance.
There was a time when Canada was globally respected for its neutrality and deployment of Canadian forces to every UN peacekeeping mission. That neutrality and humanitarian approach to international affairs, however, is a thing of the past with Canadian forces now joining the most dangerous ever terrorist alliance of the U.S. and Israel in fighting “terrorism” by bombing the hell out of innocent civilian populations. Not so long ago, young Canadians backpacking through Europe would have the Canadian red maple leaf flag proudly emblazoned on their backpacks so as not to be “mistaken for Americans.” That national pride and spirit of independence has since very sadly — thanks to the Zionist bribing of traitor politicians like Prime Minister Stephen Harper —been suffused by and surrendered to powerful pro-Israeli lobby groups and a superpower neighbour nation whose aggressive drive for world domination is fuelled by an Anglo-Zionist Political Corporate Military Industrial Empire that is financially dependent on continual military conflicts.
Pursuit of the aforementioned objective requires the chimera of “terrorism” — no matter how ill-defined such a concept may be — to be forever present. And in the event of there being no terrorist threat to our high-principled Western “democracies,” then that champion of all that is good and God-given, the U.S. and its accomplices will create, finance, and supply the necessary groups such as ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) so as to justify more wars. The downside to the creation of such “terrorist” groups, however, is that irrespective of how much you bomb them, they will ultimately inflict defeat on Western democracies by forcing Western governments to enact and impose draconian security measures that erode the freedoms and rights of Western citizens. The loss of such freedoms and rights will then be employed as a means of benefitting and protecting the one percent of the world’s population who own almost half of the worlds wealth.
The latest example of the gradual erosion of ordinary citizen freedoms comes with the predictable announcement in Canada by Prime Minister Stephen “Israeli Stooge” Harper, that the government will expedite plans to give more powers of detention and surveillance to security agencies in response to the attack on Parliament. “They need to be much strengthened, and I assure you, Mr. Speaker, that work which is already under way will be expedited,” Harper said to the House of Commons.
Another downside to creating justification for constant military conflicts is the enormous cost to Western nations which can also be seen as another victory for terrorism. While the U.S. government has been expending vast recourses allegedly fighting terrorism at home and abroad, the Census Bureau has just released figures showing that forty-seven percent of Americans have incomes under twice the official poverty rate, making half of the country either poor or near-poor. Despite the social implications of so much superpower poverty and inequality, the American muzzled mass media has greeted the news with the same silence as that accorded to the fact that more than $3 billion of taxpayers money is annually given to the Apartheid state of Israel so as to help finance its barbaric crimes against humanity. God Bless America!
“If America has a service to perform in the world and I believe it has it is in large part the service of its own example. In our excessive involvement in the affairs of other countries, we are not only living off our assets and denying our own people the proper enjoyment of their resources; we are also denying the world the example of a free society enjoying its freedom to the fullest. This is regrettable indeed for a nation that aspires to teach democracy to other nations, because, as Burke said, ‘Example is the school of mankind, and they will learn at no other.’
“There are many respects in which America, if it can bring itself to act with the magnanimity and the empathy appropriate to its size and power, can be an intelligent example to the world. We have the opportunity to set an example of generous understanding in our relations with China, of practical cooperation for peace in our relations with Russia, of reliable and respectful partnership in our relations with Western Europe, of material helpfulness without moral presumption in our relations with the developing nations, of abstention from the temptations of hegemony in our relations with Latin America, and of the all-around advantages of minding one's own business in our relations with everybody. Most of all, we have the opportunity to serve as an example of democracy to the world by the way in which we run our own society; America, in the words of John Quincy Adams, should be ‘the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all’ but ‘the champion and vindicator only of her own.’
“If we can bring ourselves so to act, we will have overcome the dangers of the arrogance of power. It will involve, no doubt, the loss of certain glories, but that seems a price worth paying for the probable rewards, which are the happiness of America and the peace of the world.”
From Senator William J. Fulbright’sThe Arrogance of Power, Random House, 1966.
If Western leaders and politicians can always bear in mind that their first loyalty is to their constituents and their country; if they can resist the temptation of succumbing to bribes and coercion by special interest groups and foreign powers; if they can bring themselves round to recognising the moral futility of resorting to hypocrisy and double standards; if they can arrive at decisions and initiate policies in accordance with the Articles of Universal Declaration of Human Rights; if they can ensure that enforcement of those articles is not selective but applicable to all human beings including the persecuted Palestinian people, then their even-handed polices and insistence on equality and justice for all without exception will do far more to defeat real terrorism than all their combined military might will ever achieve. You can kill people, but you cannot kill the outrage that will always live on in the face of injustice.