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US won’t veto UN vote on settlements if Israel builds anew’ – Ilan Ben Zion and Raphael Ahren/The Times of Israel

October 7, 2015 3:25 pm
The horse stable is largely owned by zionists (Huck Cruz Rubio all come to mind as stooges). Although Trump says he owes no favors to anyone, surely he'll keep the Israelis happy. It'd be interesting to hear 'populist' Donald wax about what an Israel would be like post Obama, and when will we hear Bernie talk about his 'Israel vision' as well. The big moral Jewish senator seems to get all mushy mouthed when the topic arises.
October 7, 2015 2:52 pm
CG -I suppose it depends on how powerful Zionism is in the US in 2016 and if their presidential horse makes it to the white house. Israel is a political liability for the USA (no zionist can claim that Israel benefits the US today -or the west) And whomever becomes next president, will look like they are capitulating to Israel if they turn a blind eye to their ethnic cleansing operation, as the 'peace plan' has proven to be a farce by Yahu's own words.
October 7, 2015 1:52 pm
After Obama's term is completed, does the US reset the 'special relationship', or is it headed toward continued conflict? It seems the next US leader can't turn back and embrace Israel.

Arab-Israeli TV journalist hit in face by IDF stun grenade while reporting on air – Dugald Baird/The Guardian

October 6, 2015 10:23 pm
Agree. How sickening it is to watch the criminal state and then hear all the 'what occupation?' in the USA from the media. We fund these goons and even big leftist Bernie won't mutter jack shit about this. And here I thought Jewish people were socially and morally responsible, what a game they play This new phase of Israeli occupation is starting be put on the front burner at high heat. Now they can shoot kids and imprison them for rock throwing. The next big push is to take Al Aqsa mosque, occupy it, and eventually destroy it so they can build their mythical third temple and wait for moshiach. How we continue to fund this Jonestown operation is ridiculous and shameful. Our politicians are scum helping these low life occupiers. Heres a window into the life of someone who has to put up with this shit everyday. With newborn kids, I understand his plight.

Benjamin Netanyahu’s UN speech silence – Armin Rosen/Business Insider

October 2, 2015 1:29 pm
That clearly backfired whatever he was aiming to achieve, but it's Israel, so we have to give them room, since they are a 'special' nation... No one was even in the crowd, as most delegates knew it'd be another kvetch-fest - he always talks about being part of the western leadership, but here he pouts like a victim. The only advice is to stop playing the victim when you're the aggressor. The 'Israel show' is such a boring gig and it gets more pathetic each passing year.

Why are non-Jewish American celebs buying real estate in Israel? – Ronen Shnidman/Jewish Telegraphic Agency

October 1, 2015 2:56 pm
I watched the Kayne/Kim visit to Armenia and they discussed the Armemian genocide in brief detail, thereafter heading to Israel to have their baby baptized in Jerusalem. I could only think what a good controversy it would have been for them to explain how the Jewish Lobby, AIPAC, has helped to quell to recognition of the Armenian genocide out of gratitude for Turkey being Israel’s one and only Muslim ally. And you wonder if producers Ryan Seacrest and Gil Goldschein would have rolled the dice on such a controversy. I'm kidding, of course they wouldn't dare to.

UK helped Saudi Arabia get UN human rights role through ‘secret deal’ to exchange votes, leaked documents suggest – Samuel Osborne/The Independent

October 1, 2015 5:49 pm
Taxi, dont you if you caught this in LA (my apology if you posted it last week): More women accuse Saudi prince after his arrest on sex crime charge, LAPD says

“Looks like I’m being attacked as being a Zionist” – Stephen Zunes/Facebook

October 1, 2015 10:21 pm
funny Atzmon video: (1:38h) The Jewish Solidarity Spin
October 1, 2015 2:36 pm
Although the whisper campaign against IAK began a few years ago it rose to prominence this summer. So why does this issue arise this summer, given that Netanyahu came to congress in March 2015 to tell the fifth column congressional lackeys & fellow American Zionist cadres to hold the line, and press for an Iranian nuclear air strikes, all the while the occupation slowly makes gains. Seems like a gift-wrapped present for opposition Jewish groups, but they continue to navel gaze about what 'Weir said' and interviews she's had with 'racists'. Meanwhile the biggest racist of the state of Israel is selling ethnic cleansing to our congress and they are cheering him on, all under the guise of 'Israel security'. And they care about Palestinians and their plight under the Israeli boot? Not so sure about that. Imagine Hannibal of Carthage is at the gates of Rome and the odds are increasing to conquer Rome and some small group of pikers says that the calvary is saying things that makes them unhappy and they don't like it. Grow up JVP and pick you battles wisely. Whether conscious or unconscious, they've just botched up and opportunity with sideshow antics. Who was it that dropped the petard in their camp that made them purge from within? Who was responsible at the board level, now that it's divided their membership?

What Palestinians really want – Yousef Munayyer/

September 30, 2015 2:49 pm
It would be in the Jewish State's long term interest, i.e. their security, to have a one state solution and allow Palestinians to move out of their prison camps and return to their houses that have deeds (although I've heard that Israel is waiting for most of the deed holders to die until they take this step) The alternative seems to be that Israel wold remain a segregated 'ghetto' on the edge of the Mediterranean, with a bunker mentality that relies on the US for another century to ensure it's security. Haven't the Jewish state leadership come to the realization they are in the Arab sphere, and must adapt? Imagine living in a New Jersey sized nation, but are unable to leave these confines because of the fences erected by your leaders. Someone, maybe Silverstein, wrote a few years ago about how stifling and limited it is to drive around Israel. I think the Zionists probably have a case cabin fever here. So the choice seems to be integrate, or stay 'secure' & Jewish.

A quiet street in Jerusalem becomes a new front line between Israelis, Palestinians – Ruth Eglash/The Washington Post

September 29, 2015 4:24 pm
You cannot see the occupation from the satellite/Google Earth. I tried to locate Meir Nakar Street on Google Earth. Turns out the entire S.o.I. is blurred based on a U.S. Defense Authorization Act of 1997 contains a clause entitled “Prohibition on collection and release of detailed satellite imagery relating to Israel”. Try looking at any other Mediterranean city (Rome, Lebanon, Barcelona, Athens) and you'll be able to see the cars on the street. Not in Israel though. Surely bloggers could map the criminal expansion of Israel with ease if so. oh but I forgot, Israel's security is sacrosanct! India (and Pakistan?) said in 2008 that they wanted a ban of google using their satellite imagery, but they don't have a strong enough lobby I suppose.

POPE FRANCIS ARRIVES in USA! Met by President Obama and His Family

September 29, 2015 4:34 pm
btw: Is there a location for noting where new replied comments are? Word press would have them in the upper right corner. thanks.
September 29, 2015 6:22 pm
I agree. The distinctions between the two leaders could not be more clear.Although many will say the pope's visit to a Philly correctional facility was a PR move, you would never see Netanyahu make such a visit. The only place he's headed to is D.C. and to East Hampton/Martha's Vineyard to hang with his warmongering buddies.
September 29, 2015 4:32 pm
The pope doesn't have the air of entitlement that King Yahu has. I think seeing the pope may be a new reckoning to Catholics that they are hell of a more moral people than Bibi and his parasitic warmongering clan. But word has it that Yahu is the last leader before moshiach will arrive. Can't wait till they pass the baton on that one...
September 29, 2015 6:22 pm
ok. sure. I should have done that, but forgot.