Rachel Corrie Redux
On August 28th, 2012, an Israeli court dismissed a lawsuit
brought by the parents of Rachel Corrie against
Israeli Defense Forces for the murder of their daughter.
Israelis had been flattening Palestinian homes in the
Gaza Strip in 2003
Rachel bravely stood in the way
of a bulldozer that crushed her to death while flattening
Any humane and sensible
operator, when seeing a seemingly crazy young
girl in the way, would have stopped his machine and
who would have taken the girl away
from harm’s way. But not this murdering cretin who ran
right over her on
purpose, and then continued on with his
work... and got away with it; or so it may seem like it to
him, to supportive
Jewish-Americans, and to Israelis.
It was an Israeli judge named Oded
Gershon who ruled
that the victim (Rachel Corrie) had put herself in harm’s
way and deserved what she got.
He also ruled that
destroying homes in
the Gaza is a “military necessity.”
I have no doubt that
an arrogant swine such as Gershon
has no idea that he personally created multitudes of
enemies who now believe that
the rogue-terrorist, false
temporary “state” of Israel
should also be erased...
as a “military necessity.”
Cindy and Craig Corrie, Rachel’s parents, will appeal the
verdict; but don’t
hold your breath waiting for Israeli
justice, because there evidently is no such thing in Israel
Update: The Corrie's appeal was denied.
Any God Damned
foreign country that willfully kills
Americans such as Rachel Corrie, 34 crewmembers of
the U.S.S. LIBERTY
and 2,976 Americans on 9/11 is my
mortal enemy; and I do not care at all what the Zionist
government thinks of me!
I care even less
about what Zionist Jews think of anything at all.
Jimmy Carter’s Call
(Peace, Not Apartheid)
Jimmy Carter walks the walk and talks
the talk regarding the ongoing Palestinian holocaust and
it so that even an eight year old can understand
it in his book, "PALESTINE: Peace Not Apartheid."
The following are excerpts lifted from Carter’s
permission (have you ever tried to contact a former
POTUS to get permission for anything,
or for any other reason?).
excerpt will give you an idea of why an
American of conscious from Oregon, Rachel Corrie, was
in the Gaza
in the first place; an area 25 miles long and
between 3.7 to 7.5 miles wide:
Let’s take a quick look at Gaza. Its population has
soared in recent years as Palestine
refugees havepoured in from other areas occupied by Israel.
In 1948 there were 90,000 natives, the population
more than tripled by 1967, and there are now more
than 1.4 million – 3,700 people living within each
Although there are metropolitan
areas with greater population density (such as
this is supposed to be a self-sufficient
entity, similar to a small and isolated state –
from the West bank by forty kilometers
of Israeli territory.
Gaza has maintained a population growth rate of
4.7 percent annually, one of the highest in the
and more than half its people are less than
fifteen years old.
They are being strangled since
the Israeli “withdrawal,” surrounded by a
barrier that is penetrated only by Israeli
controlled checkpoints, with just a single opening
(for personnel only)
into Egypt’s Sinai as their
access to the outside world.
There have been no
moves by Israel to permit transportation by sea or
by air. Fishermen
are not permitted to leave the
harbor, workers are prevented from going to
outside jobs, the import or
export of food and other
goods is severely restricted and often cut off
completely, and the police, teachers,
social workers are deprived of salaries.
Per capita income has decreased 40 percent during the last
three years, and the poverty rate has reached 70
The U.N. Special Rapporteur on the
to Food has stated that acute malnutrition in Gaza
is already on the same scale as that seen in the
poorer countries of the Southern Sahara, with more
than half of all Palestinian families eating only one
meal a day.
And this reporting by Carter was ten years
Imagine how the situation in the Gaza is now days since
serious damage has been purposely inflicted
by the Israeli Defence
upon the infrastructure on numerous occasions since.
following excerpt is an eye opener regarding the
segregation wall, that is reminiscent of the the Berlin Wall:
"The governments of Ariel Sharon and Ehud
Olmert have built the fence and wall
within Palestinian territory, intruding deeply into
the West Bank to encompass Israeli settlement
and large areas of other Palestinian land.
It is projected to be at least three and a half times as
long as Israel’s internationally recognized border
and already cuts through Palestinian villages,
divides families from their gardens and farmland,
375,000 Palestinians on the “Israeli”
side of the wall, 175,000 of whom are outside Jerusalem.
One example is that the wandering wall
surrounds the Palestinian city of
Qalqiliya with its 45,000 inhabitants, with most of
the citizen’s land and
about one-third of their water
supply confiscated by the Israelis. Almost the same
encirclement has occurred around
of Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus.
wide swath must be bulldozed through
communities before the wall can be built. In
addition to the concrete and electrified
materials used in the construction, the barrier
includes two meter deep trenches, roads for patrol
electronic ground and fence sensors,
thermal imaging and video cameras, sniper towers,
and razor wire – all on Palestinian land.
The area between the segregation barrier and the Israeli
border has been designated a closed military
for an indefinite period of time. Israeli
directives state that every Palestinian over the age
of twelve living
in the closed area has to obtain a
“permanent resident permit” from the civil
administration to enable
them to continue to live in
their own homes. They are considered to be aliens,
without the rights of Israeli citizens.
You have to wonder what this barrier project cost and
why the USA sends money to
support a “Jewish State”
that requires themselves to build such a thing. And
Israelis, I’m sure,
wonder why Palestinians resent the
way they have been robbed of their country and will not
stop attacking Israel
with any means at hand; knowing
full well that the retaliation will be overkill.
There are many fundamentalist so called “born again”
Christians in the USA who have been conditioned
believe that Jesus is coming again; but that he won’t
bother coming until Israel is fully established and
All Christians need to fully realize that they, as
are not presently welcome in the “Holy Land”
and surely will be less welcome if, or when, Israel is fully
established and secure.
are quite literally anti-Christ.
The most radical amongst anti-Christian Jews refer to
Christians as “corpse
Carter tosses a
with the following excerpt, but do not let the
concern of Christians in Israel escape your understanding.
"On one of my later visits to Jerusalem, in 1990,
some of the Christian leaders asked for an urgent
meeting with me, but I declined because all my
time was scheduled. When they
persisted, I finally responded that I could meet
with them one evening, but
only after I had
finished my last engagement.
At this late hour,
after midnight, I was surprised to receive
custodians of the Christian holy
cardinals, archbishops, patriarchs, and other
leaders of the Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic,
Coptic, Ethiopian Orthodox, Maronite,
Anglican, Lutheran, Baptist, and other faiths.
They were distressed by what they considered to be
increasing abuse and unwarranted constraints
imposed on them by the Israeli government, and
each of them related events that caused him concern.
Subsequently, when I met with Prime Minister
he assured me that there was no
official inclination to discriminate against
Christians. He went on to explain that
formation of a majority governing coalition
required support of the smaller deeply religious
their primary demands were that they
be excused from military service, receive special
funding for benevolent causes,
and to have
authority over all religious matters.
He seemed to consider these matters out of his hands, and I
understood for the first time why there is such
surprising exodus of Christians from the Holy Land."
As a young man I watched a television program
describing the predictions of Nostradamus,
century French apothecary and reputed seer, who stated
that “the anti-Christ would rise-up in the
This seemed preposterous in 1971, but now it seems
Nostradamus evidently nailed it.
The anti-Christ isn't an individual, the anti-Christ is Israel...!
The bottom-line problem, and all the issues related to the
bottom-line problem, are
expressed as diplomatically as
possible by Carter in these last two excerpts:
"The overriding problem is that, for more than a
quarter of a century, the actions of some
leaders have been in direct conflict with the
official policies of the United States, the
community, and their own negotiated agreements.
Regardless of whether Palestinians
had no formalized government, one headed by
Yasir Arafat or
Mahmoud Abbas, or one with
Abbas as president and Hamas controlling the
parliament and cabinet, Israel’s
colonization of Palestinian land have been the
primary obstacles to a comprehensive peace
in the Holy Land.
In order to perpetuate
this occupation, Israeli forces have deprived their
unwilling subjects of basic human rights. No
person could personally observe existing
conditions in the West Bank and dispute these statements.
Two other interrelated factors have contributed to
the perpetuation of violence
and regional upheaval:
the condoning of illegal Israeli actions from a
submissive White House and U.S.
recent years, and the deference with which other
leaders permit this unofficial U.S.
policy in the Middle East to prevail. There are
constant and vehement
political debates in Israel
concerning its policies in the West Bank, but
because of powerful political,
religious forces in the United States, Israeli
government decisions are rarely questioned or
voices from Jerusalem dominate our
media, and most American citizens are unaware of
circumstances in the occupied
At the same time, political leaders
and news media in
Europe are highly critical of Israeli policies.
Some Americans were surprised and angered by an
opinion poll, published by the International Herald
October, 2003, of 7,500 citizens in fifteen
European nations indicating that Israel was considered to
be the top
threat to world peace; ahead of North Korea,
Iran, or Afghanistan.
The United States has used its U.N. Security Council
veto more than forty times to block resolutions critical of
Israel. Some of these vetoes have brought international
discredit on the United States, and there is little doubt
that the lack of persistent effort to resolve the Palestinian
issue is a major source of anti-American sentiment and
terrorist activity throughout the Middle East and the
...Carter’s reference to a “submissive White House and
is being very diplomatic. The White House
and Congress are meekly, obediently, and blatantly
resigned to agreeing
to all designs dictated to the White
House and Congress by the Israelis and the Jewish-
Americans subservient to
the Israelis. Israel is in absolute
control of the United States of
America and is using it as
a convenient cash cow and murderously misdirected
weapons system for an agenda that is
in direct conflict
with the well being of America and 98% of its citizens ....
The founder of the John Birch Society, Robert W. Welch
Jr., was right after all; The United States of
should have gotten out of the United Nations long ago,
and actually should never have joined in the first
The U.N. is simply a globalist’s tool and forum
perpetrated upon America by the Rockefellers and their
Zionist handlers. Carter sure is correct about “voices
from Jerusalem dominate our media.”
U.N Ambassador to the U.N,, Samantha Power is married to uber-Zionist
Jew Cass Sunstein
and all other USA Ambassadors to the U.N.have been willing
BTW: I’ve heard the
argument that Israel is a legitimate
state because the United Nations made it so. The United
Nations General Assembly
indeed drafted UNGA-
Resolution 181 but the Security Council never ratified
it, therefore UNGA-
Resolution 181 was never enacted.
The UN never has had, and still
does not have, the
authority to take land from a sovereign country and
create a new country with that land. One
of the basic
tenants of modern international law is that it is not
permissible to acquire territory by means of
Israel does so with regularity and will not stop illegally
acquiring Palestinian land until there is none
And the United States of America has
no power whatsoever to
stop Israel and even backs Israel’s illegal acquisitions
because Israel controls the
USA... why else would the
USA back Israel when virtually no one else does?
The former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela,
certainly earned the right to have
an opinion on apartheid.
On March 30th, 2001, the following letter
was sent to
Jewish New York Times columnist, Thomas L.
Friedman, in response to Friedman’s column item,
"Bush’s First Memo", published in the Times on March 27th, 2001...
I know that you and I long for peace in the Middle
East, but before
you continue to talk about
necessary conditions from an Israeli perspective,
you need to know what’s on my
mind. Where to
begin? How about 1964. Let me quote my own
words during my trial. They are true today as they
I have fought against white domination and I have
against black domination. I have cherished
the ideal of a democratic and free society in which
all persons live
together in harmony and with equal
opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for
and to achieve. But if
needs be, it is an ideal for
which I am prepared to die.
Today the worlds, black and white, recognize that
apartheid has no future. In South Africa it has been
by our own decisive mass action in order to
build peace and security. That mass campaign of
defiance and other actions
could only culminate in
the establishment of democracy.
it is strange for you to observe the
situation in Palestine or more specifically, the
structure of political and
cultural relations between
Palestinians and Israelis, as an apartheid system.
This is because you incorrectly think that the
problem of Palestine began in 1967. This was
in your column “Bush’s First
Memo” in the New York Times on March 27th, 2001.
You seem to be surprised to hear that there are still
problems of 1948 to be solved, the most important
component of which is the right to return of
The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is not just an issue
of military occupation and Israel is not a country
was established “normally” and happened to
occupy another country in 1967. Palestinians are
for a “state” but for freedom,
liberation and equality, just like we were
struggling for freedom in
In the last few years, and especially during the
of the Labour Party, Israel showed that it was
not even willing to return what it occupied in
1967; that settlement
remain, Jerusalem would be
under exclusive Israeli sovereignty, and
Palestinians would not have an independent state,
but would be under Israeli economic domination
with Israeli control of borders, land, air, water and sea.
Israel was not thinking of a state but
separation. The value of separation is measured
in terms of the ability of Israel to keep the Jewish
state Jewish, and not to have a Palestinian minority
could have the opportunity to become a
majority at some time in the future. If this takes
place, it would force Israel to either become a
secular democratic or bi-national state, or to turn
a state of apartheid not only de facto, but also de jure.
Thomas, if you follow the polls in Israel for the
last 30 or 40 years, you clearly find a vulgar
that includes a third of the population who
openly declare themselves to be racist. The racism
is of the nature
of “I hate Arabs” and “I wish
Arabs would be dead.” If you also follow the
in Israel you will see there is
discrimination against Palestinians, and if you
further consider the 1967 occupied
will find there are already two judicial systems in
operation that represent two different approaches
to property and to land. Palestinian property is not
recognized as private property because it can be confiscated.
As to the Israeli occupation of the West
Gaza, there is an additional factor. The so-called
“Palestinian autonomous areas” are Bantustans.
These are restricted entities within the power
structure of the Israeli apartheid system.
The Palestinian state cannot be the by-product of
the Jewish state, just in order to keep the Jewish
purity of Israel. Israel’s discrimination is daily life
of most Palestinians. Since Israel is a Jewish state,
Israeli Jews are able to accrue special rights which
non-Jews cannot do. Palestinian Arabs have no
place in a
Apartheid is a crime against humanity.
deprived millions of Palestinians of their liberty
and property. It has perpetuated a system of gross
racial discrimination and inequality. It has
systematically incarcerated and tortured thousands
contrary to the rules of
international law. It has, in particular, waged a war
against a civilian population,
in particular children.
The responses made by South Africa to
rights abuses emanating from the removal policies
and apartheid policies respectively, shed light
what Israeli society must necessarily go through
before one can speak of a just and lasting peace in
the Middle East and an end to its apartheid policies.
I’m not abandoning Mideast diplomacy.
But I’m not going to indulge you the way your
supporters do. If
you want peace and democracy, I
will support you. If you want formal apartheid, we
will not support you.
If you want to support racial
discrimination and ethnic cleansing, we will
oppose you. When you figure
out what you’re
about, give me a call..."
AUTHOR’S NOTE: OK folks, the
Mandela letter above
is pure satire and was actually written by Arjan El Fassed
who is co- founder of the
website Electronic Intifada
<http://www.electronicintifada.net> in the satirical style that was
being employed by Zionist Jew Thomas Friedman
(New York Times) of writing mock letters from one
But Mandela could have
and should have written it.
After running across the “Mandela” letter in my net
searching adventures I saw that there were some
arguments at various websites as to the authenticity of the
letter. Electronic Intifada quickly answered my inquiring
email verifying that the letter is indeed satire. It was a
good reinforcement lesson regarding the necessity for