Are you Human? It Depends
I've been hearing it for a while now, but I didn't want to believe it - the idea is so twisted. Of course, what they've been doing in Palestine for decades, and in Lebanon more recently, amply demonstrates the proposition that one Jewish fingernail is worth more than a million Arab lives.
Oh, it's been denied and decried as antisemitic rumor and vitriole. And I didn't believe it myself. But, then I came across this statement on the current genocide in Lebanon, published yesterday in the San Fransisco Chronicle, by "Eran Lerman, a former colonel in Israeli military intelligence who is now director of the Jerusalem office of the American Jewish Committee."
"Like all plans, the one now unfolding also has been shaped by changing circumstances[.]"When he says "Human life" it's crystal clear that he's referring to Israeli lives, since only their casualties would necessarily increase with a ground invasion. But, why oh why would he refer to Israelis as "human" and not "Israeli" unless he were distinguishing them from others who he sees as "Sub-Human?"
"There are two radical views of how to deal with this challenge, a serious professional debate within the military community over which way to go," said Lerman.
"One is the air power school of thought, the other is the land-borne option. They create different dynamics and different timetables.
The crucial factor is that the air force concept is very methodical and almost by definition is slower to get results.
A ground invasion that sweeps Hezbollah in front of you is quicker, but at -->a much higher cost in HUMAN life<-- and requiring the creation of a presence on the ground."
Am I reading too much into it? I don't think so.
Zionists choose their words carefully. Everything turns on words. This is why they do anything and everything to control the media, dominating discourse and infusing it with their own definitions - distorting our culture and hijacking our minds.
'Terrorism' is terroristic only if they're the victims.
A 'militant' bears arms against them - a 'soldier', on their behalf.
'Democracy' is only in their favor.
'Freedom' - to obey their command.
'Proportionality' is only subjective.
'Fair return on investment' - whatever they demand.
In their new bold world, nothing is as it seems.
Now, even 'civilians' are not beyond their interpretation.
We need a new vocabulary to reflect the realities of modern warfare. A new phrase should be introduced into the reporting and analysis of current events in the Middle East: "the continuum of civilianality." Though cumbersome, this concept aptly captures the reality and nuance of warfare today and provides a more fair way to describe those who are killed, wounded and punished.An attractive and expedient LIE.--Alan Dershowitz, "Civilian Casualty? It Depends"
Los Angeles Times, July 22, 2006
But, WE ARE ALL HUMAN - no matter how hard they try.