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Obama Regime Blocks Condemnation of Israeli Crimes at UNSC Meeting

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posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 09:33 PM
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There are already ways to get aid into Gaza. Why did these folks choose a method they knew was prohibited? Seems to me that if they truly wanted this "HUMANITARIAN AID" to get in then they would have done so another way.

This had nothing to do with aid...they were using "HUMANITARIAN AID" as a cover to try to break a blockade that everyone already knew was being enforced.




posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 09:35 PM
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Originally posted by princeofpeace
There are already ways to get aid into Gaza. Why did these folks choose a method they knew was prohibited? Seems to me that if they truly wanted this "HUMANITARIAN AID" to get in then they would have done so another way.

This had nothing to do with aid...they were using "HUMANITARIAN AID" as a cover to try to break a blockade that everyone already knew was being enforced.


Oh please do tell what these "other ways" are? Handing the aid items over to Israel and hope they get to their intended destination? We all know that doesn't work, nor HAS it worked for the last year. So please enlighten me as to what options they had?



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 09:38 PM
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While I see your point, I do not believe Obama has anything to do with it. The Jewish bankers, aka the corporate demigods behind the scenes, are really the ones controlling the game. The United States government is under total control of these evil, wicked villains who hail from Israel and will protect their holy country forever. Don't ever expect the United States to do anything to undermine Israeli interests. I mean, when you country is controlled by Jews, how can you expect them to attack the Jewish homeland??

So I hope countries like Turkey leave the UN and take matters into their own hands. Those countries aren't even in our hemisphere, and frankly I am sick of my country being a #%@! bully to everybody. I just wish I could travel back in time and kill those greedy sons of %@#$es that started this whole mess... the Rothschilds.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 09:43 PM
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Originally posted by princeofpeace
There are already ways to get aid into Gaza. Why did these folks choose a method they knew was prohibited? Seems to me that if they truly wanted this "HUMANITARIAN AID" to get in then they would have done so another way.

This had nothing to do with aid...they were using "HUMANITARIAN AID" as a cover to try to break a blockade that everyone already knew was being enforced.


Getting aid there shouldn't be prohibited in the first place, due to the fact that the blockade is illegal.

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posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 09:49 PM
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They knew their cargo wouldn't get through. It was a political move more than a humanitarian one; and a good one at that, the IDF walked right into a trap. The "activists" were trying to draw attention to the the injustices being perpetrated by the Israeli government and in that respect, Mission Accomplished. This fiasco has probably done more for the Palestinian cause than a few boats worth of relief supplies would have anyhow.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 09:52 PM
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I really don't like people bashing the jews. I know plenty of awesome jewish people, very nice and caring and far from the perceptions many have.
It is more than a religion, it is a way of life. I agree that they will take care of their own first, I don' t have a problem with that but not at the expense of outsiders, specially when they are losing their lives or freedoms.
The real issue are the extremists zionists (which may or may not be jews!). Nothing will stop them to further their goals and agendas. And they have influence and power.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:02 PM
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It really doesn't matter if the aid gets into Gaza. Hamas steals it all for their own benefit anyway.

This whole fiasco was a setup by Turkey. Whey else would an al Jazeera film crew be onboard, and why else would some of the 'peace activists' be wearing bandana masks on their faces?

Star for you, though.

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posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:17 PM
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Are you drinking that blockaid again?


Seriously Al-Jazeera was invited certainly due to its expertise of the middle east, professionalism and impartiality. Or perhaps they were the only one with the guts to take on this journey.

Hamas has been elected. I have a friend who made a trip to blockaded Gaza not long ago and experienced how life is for the ordinary Palestinian, aid is getting through but it's nowhere near enough. She also witnessed atrocities committed at the border (elderly woman hit unconscious by border guards).
In short,you have NO IDEA what life is like in Gaza, don't believe the propaganda.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:21 PM
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This will be all over soon, I can feel it deeply those who want war are going to get it now, no more need to stop things because of fear of consequences.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:22 PM
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I Fail to see how this shows any sort of Israel control over our government. If anything, it proves the US controls theirs. After all, this is like a good opportunity to cut Israel off completely. Save a pretty penny too.


This only proves that you fell for the trap. The US has it's colonies. Israel is one.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:31 PM
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Hamas has been elected.


Really? And please, when will the next of these fair and square elections be held?



I have a friend who made a trip to blockaded Gaza not long ago and experienced how life is for the ordinary Palestinian, aid is getting through but it's nowhere near enough. She also witnessed atrocities committed at the border (elderly woman hit unconscious by border guards).


And did she go to Israel and experience and rockets being lobbed at them from over the border? Or did your friend see only what she wanted to see.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:35 PM
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I've read most of the threads over the last couple of days. I've kept my mouth shut for the most part. There is an old saying "Better to keep quiet and appear stupid rather than open your mouth and confirm it". I'm sure many people will call me stupid for what I have to say, this doesn't bother me.

This is such a complex mess. On one hand we have the Israelis who proclaim the right to a Jewish homeland. They are there, we can't just expect them to all pack up and leave. Yet they are not innocent, they took that land by force in many instances. They beat people, shot at them and made their lives hell and they are still doing it. I'm seen what Palestinians live in. It's unconscionable, disgusting and inhumane. Yet Israelis protest so loudly when violent force is used against them. While two wrongs do not make a right, one can say they have reaped the seeds they sowed.

Hate abounds on both sides of the coin. Until people can see past all the grudges and prejudices we will get nowhere. Israel must lift the blockade. They need to end this virtual imprisonment of the Palestinian people.

I expect nothing to happen though. As long as the U.S. refuses to condemn Israels actions, there will be no consequences. It angers me to know tax money goes to these people to asset in their military occupation. I want no part of it whatsoever.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:35 PM
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The US needs to cut ties with Israel completely. Let them fight their own battles. Let them fund their own military. No more aid for Israel, while we have people losing their homes and children starving on the street. Enough is enough.

And with Obama bowing down once again to his slave masters, Israel.. Turkey should do the common sense move and restrict their air space. No more US fighters and bombers permitted to use their bases or travel through their air space.

The fact that Turkey is a member of NATO, and the US does nothing regarding this situation is sickening. The fact that NINE United States Citizens were kidnapped by Israel in international waters, and the US does NOTHING is sickening.

But leave it to the bought and paid for US government. Always putting the interest of Israel in front of everything else... including America.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:36 PM
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Originally posted by TheOracle


Hardly surprising at all isn't it? The US will always stand by Israel no matter what it does. Anybody doubting who are the real masters in the government?
This is the kind of news that won't be aired on national channels obviously, I have not found another source so I hope someone can corroborate this source.



alethonews.wordpress.com
(visit the link for the full news article)

I feel sorry for the optimists..

I wished they would be right for once.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:37 PM
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[edit on 1212:6 2/06 by Charly111]



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:47 PM
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Originally posted by finemanm
Those of you who believe that Israel somehow acted incorrectly, have you actually seen the videos of the raid. Here check it out, you can clearly see the soldiers being attacked with pipes and other weapons as they borded the ship. What were they supposed to do, let they fellow soldiers get mamed or killed? What would you do if you were doing your job and a group of people started to beat the crap out of you?



What would you do if someone boarded your ship to seize goods meant to feed your hungry children?

The IDF created confrontation, and they planned it so poorly and executed it so amateurishly that they sent their own soldiers down into the waiting hands of an angry mob. That isn't leadership, that is shepherding during slaughter time.

Flashbangs, gas/smoke...something to clear the DZ.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 10:55 PM
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I wonder how White House will comment when the turkish escorts stands off with the Israeli Navy. Obamas greatest fault is his fear of offending anyone, but the Turks are already pissed like hell and its unlikely that Israel finds a conciliatory enough tone to appease them.
Obama made lots of noises about Turkeys value as ally and partner, when he visited Europe in his honeymoon trip, and Erdogan isnt a man who would let a great scandal go to waste. Its either Erdogan or Netanyahu headed for the lower end of the american bus, and it will be a rocky ride for the POTUS anyway.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 11:25 PM
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This is not surprising. The Israel lobbyist group is so strong in Washington, that ANY administration is pretty much powerless to say or do anything bad against Israel.

Why does the USA continue to support this country? It is rapidly becoming a rogue state on the world stage. International leaders the world over condemned this attack by Israel, but the US will stand by and do nothing.

It's unconcionable.

When the Turkish and Israeli navies start taking pot shots at each other, the US will still stand idly by. despite Turkey being a full member of NATO, and having a pledge from all other member states (including the USA) to come to their aid in time of military need.

Obama will continue to say "we're waiting for all the facts" before making a decision, which will be that the USA will take no action. He's rapidly losing support amongst the public (in the US and now international with his crisis mismanagement skills in not handling BP) and IMHO will be a one term President remembered along the lines of Jimmy Carter unless he does something pretty drastic pretty quickly.

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posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 11:30 PM
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Originally posted by groingrinder
The first thing we need to do is purge our government of
people with Israeli citizenship.


AMEN !!!
You can start with Joe Liberman
and tick off all those names that
signed that pledge to Israel in
congress.

That's a good way to empty congress
real quick.



posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 11:33 PM
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Then you'd better get ready to go nowhere fast.

*sigh*

I've never seen so much hatred as I have seen in these past coupla days...it's incredible.






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