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the beginning of the end for Israel - mad dog style

Before you bedrock Zionists accuse me of anti-semitism, this is not MY prediction but that of Martin van Creveld, professor of military history at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem as quoted in an article by David Hirst and published in the Observer on Sunday September 21, 2003:
'We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets for our air force. Let me quote General Moshe Dayan: "Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother." I consider it all hopeless at this point. We shall have to try to prevent things from coming to that, if at all possible. Our armed forces, however, are not the thirtieth strongest in the world, but rather the second or third. We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.'
According to Hirst, this is not new for Israel. As early as the 1950s Israeli Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon, "'constantly preached for acts of madness' or 'going crazy' if ever Israel were crossed."

Apparently, Israelis still embrace that approach.
Two days of Israeli bombings had killed 47 Lebanese and wounded 103, Health Minister Mohammed Jawad Khalife said. Besides the Israeli civilian, eight Israeli soldiers had also been killed.
This is in addition to the Palestinians they killed yesterday.
Israel killed at least 23 Palestinians in Gaza on Wednesday, including nine members of one family.
And they have no intention of stopping.

"Nothing is safe (in Lebanon), as simple as that." [Israeli Brig. Gen. Dan Halutz]
Moreover, instead of pointing out the dire consequences of this extraordinary aggression, our nitwit president eggs them on.
"[P]eople need to protect themselves. ***There are terrorists who will blow up innocent people in order to achieve tactical objectives.*** In this case, the objective is to stop the advance of peace." [George Dubya Bush]
Doesn't he hear himself speak? ISRAEL IS BLOWING UP INNOCENT PEOPLE in order to achieve tactical objectives!!!

But, Israel doesn't stand unopposed.

French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy called Israel's bombardment of Beirut airport "a disproportionate act of war," saying there was a real risk of a regional war.

[In contrast, he] condemned Hizbollah's firing of rockets into northern Israel and the seizure of the soldiers [as] "irresponsible acts."

* * *

[Similarly,] Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov denounced both Israel's attack on Lebanon and its operations against the Palestinian territories.

"This is a disproportionate response to what has happened and if both sides are going to drive each other into a tight corner then I think that all this will develop in a very dramatic and tragic way[.]"

Coming from a nation with the capability to wipe Israel off the map - not in words, but in deed - Israel had better take heed.

As for the rest of us - we should consider the Israeli general's warning to innocent Lebanese civilians . . .
[You] should understand the situation and draw the proper conclusions if concerned about [your] safety.
Because no one is immune from their twisted logic.

Thanks, jc, for the article by Hirst.


At Thursday, July 13, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At Thursday, July 13, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Raping innocence
7/12/2006 7:00:00 PM GMT

(Reuters Photo) A citizenship identification card issued in 1993 shows Abeer Qasim Hamza al-Janabi

"She was a beautiful girl," said one of the relatives of Abeer Qasim Hamza, the 15-year old Iraqi girl who was raped and killed along with her parents and 5-year old sister four months ago.

"She complained to her mother about trouble from American soldiers. She gave them no encouragement as we are a conservative and respectable family."

Abeer was born on August 19, 1991 in Baghdad, according to the identity card issued in 1993 and provided to Reuters by a relative. Abeer’s ID features a photograph of her at 18 months, with wide eyes and a lick of her hair over her brow.

Her death certificate, dated March 13, gives the same birth date.

Abeer was found by one of her relatives at the family house on March 12 after she had died from "gunshot wounds to the head, with burns," according to documents, signed by doctor Wael Habib and a registrar.

"Gunshot to the head and chest. Face unrecognizable due to burns," read the certificate for Abeer Qasim Hamza, whom mayor Muayyad Fadhil said was 16 when she died and had been raped.

The rape of the young Iraqi girl by a group of U.S. Marines who had been plotting to attack the family house and rape her a week before they carry out their crime in a corner of Mahmoudiya district is a miniature of what has been going on in the war-devastated Iraq at the hands of the American army who came to "liberate" the nation and plant the flag of democracy.

This is what the American "liberators" are doing in Iraq, raping girls and killing civilians inside their houses.

And it wasn’t part of a search operation or a raid on "suspected targets".

The U.S. soldiers, who carried out the crime in the Iraqi town of Mahmoudiya, had been manning a checkpoint near the family house.

After raping Abeer and killing all her family members who were at the house, the soldiers decided to burn the bodies to cover up the crime, Reuters quoted Mr. Fadhil earlier.

But bloodstains can still be seen in the one-storey home.

"They were found killed and burned on the morning of March 12," Fadhil said.

The hospital received four burned bodies that day, said director Dawood al-Taie. But the death certificates were issued on March 13.

The American soldiers attempted at the beginning to throw the blame on what they call “insurgents”. But the horrific truth of their crime was uncovered.

Some Americans still believe that "insurgents" in Iraq commit crimes a hundred times more than those committed by the U.S. Army.

Even if it was true. Who’s behind the prosperity and influence of those "insurgents"? The answer is clear, it’s the U.S. occupation, stated an editorial on Azzaman.

The vicious and heinous rape and murder of the Iraqi girl and her family is the fifth case of serious crime being investigated by the U.S. military.

16 U.S. soldiers have been charged with murder over the past month, as many as in the previous three years of war, according to Reuters.

The rape-murder case topped the crime of occupying a country on a false pretext and basis of lies and deception.

At Thursday, July 13, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Israel kills Palestinians with U.S. weapons
7/13/2006 2:50:00 PM GMT

Israeli soldier sits in an armored personnel carrier as he crosses the Israeli border into Gaza

In an article written by the Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, titled “Aggression under false pretenses” and published Tuesday on The Washington Post, the Palestinian PM slammed the U.S. policies that blindly support Israel even in its brutal aggression against Palestinians.

Haniyeh offered an interesting perspective on the long standing Israel-Palestinian conflict while making a special effort to point out the U.S. indirect responsibility for the Palestinians’ suffering.

The White House called on Israel and the Palestinians today to practice restraint, turning a blind eye to the repetitive crimes Israel committed over the past days since it began its wide-scale offensive in the lands it withdrew from last year, ending 38 years of military occupation.

"We hope that Israel, in trying to retrieve its soldier, will practice restraint and that both sides will practice restraint in trying to lower the temperature and develop a sense of security in the future," said spokesman Tony Snow.

"There's pretty much unified international reaction, which is that Hamas needs to give back the Israeli soldier and needs to renounce 'terror' and needs to do so immediately," said Snow.

Mr. Haniyeh wrote:

“As Americans commemorated their annual celebration of independence from colonial occupation, rejoicing in their democratic institutions, we Palestinians were yet again besieged by our occupiers, who destroy our roads and buildings, our power stations and water plants, and who attack our very means of civil administration. Our homes and government offices are shelled, our parliamentarians taken prisoner and threatened with prosecution”.

It’s been reported that the Israeli forces launched a new airstrike early Thursday, targeting the office of Palestinian Foreign Minister Mahmoud al-Zahar, which implicates that Israel would carry on with its Gaza offensive while engaged in another one in Lebanon.

The Israeli army started bombing southern Lebanon yesterday as a means of pressuring Hezbollah resistance movement to release two Israeli soldiers it captured Wednesday morning.

* "Pretext for a job scheduled"

“The current Gaza invasion is only the latest effort to destroy the results of fair and free elections held early this year. It is the explosive follow-up to a five-month campaign of economic and diplomatic warfare directed by the United States and Israel. The stated intention of that strategy was to force the average Palestinian to "reconsider" his vote when faced with deepening hardship; its failure was predictable, and the new overt military aggression and collective punishment are its logical fulfillment. The "kidnapped" Israeli Cpl. Gilad Shalit is only a pretext for a job scheduled months ago.

“In addition to removing our democratically elected government, Israel wants to sow dissent among Palestinians by claiming that there is a serious leadership rivalry among us. I am compelled to dispel this notion definitively. The Palestinian leadership is firmly embedded in the concept of Islamic shura , or mutual consultation; suffice it to say that while we may have differing opinions, we are united in mutual respect and focused on the goal of serving our people. Furthermore, the invasion of Gaza and the kidnapping of our leaders and government officials are meant to undermine the recent accords reached between the government party and our brothers and sisters in Fatah and other factions, on achieving consensus for resolving the conflict. Yet Israeli collective punishment only strengthens our collective resolve to work together."

Last week, Israel launched a military strike targeting the office of the Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haneya in Gaza City, setting it ablaze. The attack on the Palestinian PM offices was described by political analysts as a warning by Israel to the Hamas-led government. The Israeli occupying army also arrested eight members of Hamas' 23-member Cabinet and 20 of the 72 Hamas members of the 132-seat parliament.

“As I inspect the ruins of our infrastructure -- the largess of donor nations and international efforts all turned to rubble once more by F-16s and American-made missiles -- my thoughts again turn to the minds of Americans. What do they think of this?" Mr. Haniyeh added.

“They think, doubtless, of the hostage soldier, taken in battle -- yet thousands of Palestinians, including hundreds of women and children, remain in Israeli jails for resisting the illegal, ongoing occupation that is condemned by international law. They think of the pluck and "toughness" of Israel, "standing up" to "terrorists."

Palestinian fighters holding 19-year-old Israeli Cpl. Gilad Shalit offered to release him if Israel freed Palestinian woman prisoners it holds (about 35), all the under-18-year-olds (about 300) and 1,000 of the oldest and sickest of the Palestinian prisoners.

But Israel rejected the Palestinians’ demands, insisting that the release of the soldier must be “unconditional”.

There are more than 9800 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails, but their fate is not even mentioned in the U.S.-backed peace plan for the Middle East, known as the roadmap.

“I hope that Americans will give careful and well-informed thought to root causes and historical realities, in which case I think they will question why a supposedly "legitimate" state such as Israel has had to conduct decades of war against a subject refugee population without ever achieving its goals," Mr. Haniyeh added.

“Surely the American people grow weary of this folly, after 50 years and $160 billion in taxpayer support for Israel's war-making capacity -- its "defense." Some Americans, I believe, must be asking themselves … if only U.S. policies had been predicated from the start on historical truth, equity and justice.

Many Americans are still not aware how much of their tax revenue goes to Israel, the largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid, despite its own relatively healthy economy.

The generous financial aid the U.S. provides Israel with allows it to purchase tanks, helicopter gunships, F-16 war planes, machine guns and bullets, all of which it uses in its persistent aggression against the Palestinian people.

So the U.S. is indirectly funding the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian lands, for without its yearly financial aid to the Jewish state, the Israeli government wouldn’t have been able to sustain its military occupation of Palestine for long.

At Thursday, July 13, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Russia, France Condemn Israeli Strikes in Lebanon

Created: 13.07.2006 15:06 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 15:06 MSK, 3 hours 58 minutes ago

Paris and Moscow on Thursday sharply condemned Israeli strikes in Lebanon as a dangerous escalation of the Middle East conflict but Washington, while urging restraint, said Israel had the right to self defense, Reuters reports.

French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy called Israel’s bombardment of Beirut’s international airport “a disproportionate act of war,” adding the risk of a regional war “absolutely” existed.

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mikhail Kamynin denounced both Israel’s attack on Lebanon and its on-going operations against the Palestinian territories. “The continuing destruction by Israel of civilian infrastructure in Lebanon and in Palestinian territory (and) the disproportionate use of force from which civilian populations suffer cannot be understood and justified,” he said.

“The attack on Beirut international airport is a dangerous step on the way to military escalation,” he added, calling on all sides to stop a slip towards war.

Israel struck Beirut airport and began enforcing a naval blockade of Lebanon on Thursday, intensifying reprisals after Hezbollah seized two Israeli soldiers and killed eight in cross-border attacks a day earlier.

Douste-Blazy said: “For several hours, there has been a bombardment of an airport of an entirely sovereign country, a friend of France ... this is a disproportionate act of war.” Douste-Blazy also condemned Hizbollah’s firing of rockets into northern Israel and the kidnapping of the soldiers, telling Europe 1 radio these were “irresponsible acts.”

“The only solution is a return to reason by both sides,” he said. “We are calling for a lowering of tensions,” he said.

The Israeli attacks have killed 36 Lebanese civilians. Hezbollah fired barrages of rockets into towns across northern Israel on Thursday, killing one civilian and wounding 29 others in their heaviest bombardment in a decade.

The violence was the worst between Israel and Lebanon since 1996 when Israeli troops still occupied part of the south. It coincided with a major Israeli offensive into the Gaza Strip to retrieve a captured soldier and halt Palestinian rocket fire.

The United States held back from criticizing Israel but called for a lowering of tensions. “We are urging restraint on both sides, recognizing Israel’s right to defend itself,” a U.S. administration official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

The U.S. official reiterated the White House’s blame of Syria and Iran for the Hezbollah attacks on Israeli soldiers.

“The Syrians and the Iranians bear some responsibility by virtue of their harboring Hezbollah,” the official said.

President George W. Bush, who is traveling in Germany for meetings with Chancellor Angela Merkel, was expected to discuss the Lebanon situation at a news conference later on Thursday.

Spain demanded a release of the kidnapped soldiers and “an end to armed aggression against Israel.”

“We also ask Israel to act with moderation, in proportion to what has happened, keeping in mind how important it is not to allow the violence to spread, which would endanger the stability of the region with civilians, once again, the main victim,” the Spanish foreign ministry said in a statement.

At Thursday, July 13, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I say evacuate EVERYONE from Israel- then bomb it to glass and open the world's largest roller skating rink and that will be the end of the ignorant crap that has been happening in Israel. America using it as a chesspiece on the quest to world domination, Israel taking advantage of their american support and desire for an ally there by performing the most cowardly acts of human terror since the Nazis and then hiding behind the pants leg of American military might.
The scum of the earth. It sickens me to see America support this SCUM.
This is NOT the will of the american people- this is the will of the elite ruling class shadow government.

At Thursday, July 13, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck you.

At Thursday, July 13, 2006, Blogger GOA said...


At Friday, July 14, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I won't accuse you of anti-semitism. I will accuse you of being a Jew hating jerk though.
A one-sided piece of * that refuses to quote both sides of the story.
Of course I found the path to your blog on David Duke's insane website so that answers it all.
Have you ever noticed how Duke's eyes always look just a tad bit vacant? Is it lack of brains or just lack of a soul? I'd have to go with the lack of a soul because he lives like a leech off those he calls "his people".

Back to the subject at hand....

I'm wondering whether you are one of those moronic white supremacists or a muslim terrorist, maybe some left wing "grassroots" type?
They spend so much time sniffing each other's butt it's hard to tell where the nose ends and the butt begins. Speaking of mad dogs!

At Friday, July 14, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Israel threatening to go beyond southern Lebanon - next step of 'A A Clean Break'/war for Israel agenda coming right down the pipe at US?:


At Saturday, July 15, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

you sound like an islamofascist apologist. I could attest many of those quotes of yours to the British Navy, the American Armed Forces, Iran and many many more over the millenia. There is nothing new here and to bring it up as though this is something new and indigenous only to modern day Israel, you ARE the anti-semite you so adamantly deny in your article prelude.

At Tuesday, July 29, 2008, Blogger GoldenTalon said...

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At Tuesday, July 29, 2008, Blogger GoldenTalon said...

This is an excellent post.
Thank you, qrswave, for your well considered warning. I am most grateful.

At Tuesday, July 29, 2008, Blogger GoldenTalon said...

Finish the job. End Jewry. When every Jew, halfbreed, quadroon, octroon, mustifeeno, and lesser part Jew is sent back to Hell, the world will be safe for democracy and decent Americans.
God Bless America.

At Saturday, July 25, 2009, Blogger DVU said...

I am a Jew . And a Man . A Human .A part of this Planet Earth. We Humans must stop all the nonsense .All the waste of blood and energy. We ARE ONE. We have to SAVE this planet. Let us UNITE . I quote Spock : "wars between us are not logical" Let us HELP each other and SAVE PLANET EARTH ...this beautiful planet has given us everything ...and instead of preserving it we are destroying it ... May the Lord OPEN OUR MINDS
and make us understand that we all are ONE and we are ALL ON THE SAME BOAT ... Either we save us or we all go down ... May the Lord
Bless Planet Earth and Mankind.

At Wednesday, June 08, 2011, Blogger underworldking said...

Fakes liars.. muuuuureders; Edomite-Khazars....

“Today, the Khazars are known as ‘Jews,’ NOT BECAUSE OF ANY RACIAL QUESTION, but because of their religion.” (Jewish historian, Arthur Koestler,
The Thirteenth Tribe, New York: Random House, Inc. 1976)

The Jewish Encyclopedia: “Khazars ("jews"), a NON-Semitic, Asiatic, MONGOLIAN tribal nation who emigrated into Eastern Europe about the first century, who were
CONVERTED as an entire nation TO Judaism in the seventh century by the expanding Russian nation which absorbed the entire Khazar population, and WHO ACCOUNT FOR the presence in Eastern Europe of the GREAT NUMBERS of Yiddish-speaking JEWS in Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Galatia, Besserabia
and Rumania *[and now all europe, America & Israel].”

The American People’s Encyclopedia for 1954 at 15-292 records the following in reference to the Khazars: “In the year 740 A.D. the Khazars were officially converted to Judaism. A century later they were crushed by the incoming Slavic-speaking people and were scattered over central Europe where they were known as Jews. It is from this grouping that most German, Polish and Hungarian Jews are descended, and they likewise make up a considerable part of that population now found in America. The term Aschenazim is applied to this round-headed, dark-complexioned division.”

The 1980 Jewish Almanac, p. 3, in the first chapter entitled, “Identity Crisis” said… “Strictly speaking, it is incorrect to call an ancient
Israelite a ‘Jew’ or to call a contemporary 'Jew' an Israelite or a Hebrew.”


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