Here we have Israel as an internationally recognized thug, keeper of the largest open-air prison on earth, regularly practicing war crimes against civilians, targeting civilian infrastructure and continuously disregarding the Geneva Conventions – virtually unanimously denounced by the international community, by every human rights watch group on the globe, and by international civil society for the last many decades1 – and how do Canadian politicians and parliamentarians respond?Yeah, what about it? Anyone who's not heeding "human rights" and "international law" as purveyed by the UN and its largest voting bloc, the OIC, is out of sync with the Allahu Akbar choir. (Take that as a warning, Stephen "Jew-Lover" Harper.)
Israel, the modern state that shamelessly uses the Nazi holocaust to justify overtly racist domestic and foreign national policies, stockpiles nuclear weapons, incites wars on its neighbours, overtly funds propaganda in foreign countries, routinely practices international pirating, kidnappings and murders, openly performs political assassinations 1 … and how do Canadian politicians and parliamentarians respond?
Israel has no significant economic exchanges with Canada and performs no significant geopolitical service of benefit to Canada; a Canada with virtually no economic ties with the Middle East and a Canada that is a net exporter of oil and gas.
Yet, apart from the independent-thinking Bloc Quebecois, it seems that half the time that English-Canadian politicians open their mouths it’s to denounce a “new anti-Semitism” that social scientists and statisticians tell us is a media fabrication or to express Israel’s “right to defend itself” or to declare Canada’s “unwavering support for Israel.” Not to mention Israel’s “right to exist”! 2
What about unwavering support for human rights and international law?...
Sunday, January 30, 2011
More Pathological Zion "Loooove" in Local Muslim Rag
Hard on the heels of sassy "revert" Yvonne Ridley calling Israel a "pustule," The Muslim features the rabid Zionhass of another Israel "fan" (adorned by a photo of Prime Minister Harper wearing a yarmulke while standing beside a most Jewy-looking Jew):