|Re: Naim Giladi about Jews|
- Monday, March 7 2011, 2:48:14 (UTC)|
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fascinating...thanks so much for posting this.....but, I find it interesting that even he says that the support of outsiders for Israel is due to "ideological considerations"....that may well be, but it is a pretext...the real and obvious reason is for the money...the billions and by now 1.6 trillion in weapons sales to Israel alone....fuck ideology, we have ample proof by now of what really drives these people...
something else....I was struck by this...
"Following WW II, a succession of governments held brief power in Iraq. Zionist conquests in Palestine, particularly the massacre of Palestinians in the village of Deir Yassin, emboldened the anti-British movement in Iraq. When the Iraqi government signed a new treaty of friendship with London in January 1948, riots broke out all over the country. The treaty was quickly abandoned and Baghdad demanded removal of the British military mission that had run Iraq's army for 27 years."
"that had run Iraq's army for 27 years"....that would include the 1930s...and Semele happened in 1933...food for thought, no?
Everything he says rings true...like nothing Bush and the rest said EVER had that quality.
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