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Jewish Senator says Palestinians should strangle

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posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 04:55 PM
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thinkprogress.org...

Sane people who aren’t blinded by ethnocentric attachment or religious ignorance understand the depravity and hypocrisy of what the “Jewish” state is doing.

Those who support Israel are supporting evil.

They will not admit it now because they are blind.

The government of Israel hasn’t a spiritual born in its body so the very claim of “chosen of God” is a blasphemy of falsehood.

This Senators statement should make people see the nature of Zionism



Schumer Says It ‘Makes Sense’ To ‘Strangle [Gaza] Economically’ Until It Votes The Way Israel Wants

Schumer Says It ‘Makes Sense’ To ‘Strangle [Gaza] Economically’ Until It Votes The Way Israel Wants
This past Wednesday, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) delivered a wide-ranging speech at an Orthodox Union event in Washington, D.C. The senator’s lecture touched on areas such as Iran’s nuclear program, the Israel-Palestinian conflict, and several domestic policy issues.

During one point of his speech, Schumer turned his attention to the situation in Gaza. He told the audience that the “Palestinian people still don’t believe in the Jewish state, in a two-state solution,” and also that “they don’t believe in the Torah, in David.” He went on to say “you have to force them to say Israel is here to stay.”

New York’s senior senator explained that the current Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip — which is causing a humanitarian crisis there — is not only justified because it keeps weapons out of the Palestinian territory, but also because it shows the Palestinians living there that “when there’s some moderation and cooperation, they can have an economic advancement.” Summing up his feelings, Schumer emphasized the need to “to strangle them economically until they see that’s not the way to go”:

SCHUMER: The Palestinian people still don’t believe in the Jewish state, in a two-state solution. More do than before, but a majority still do not. Their fundamental view is, the Europeans treated the Jews badly and gave them our land — this is Palestinian thinking [...] They don’t believe in the Torah, in David [...] You have to force them to say Israel is here to stay. The boycott of Gaza to me has another purpose — obviously the first purpose is to prevent Hamas from getting weapons by which they will use to hurt Israel — but the second is actually to show the Palestinians that when there’s some moderation and cooperation, they can have an economic advancement. When there’s total war against Israel, which Hamas wages, they’re going to get nowhere. And to me, since the Palestinians in Gaza elected Hamas, while certainly there should be humanitarian aid and people not starving to death, to strangle them economically until they see that’s not the way to go, makes sense.


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posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 05:00 PM
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The article says further:

"Schumer is simply factually incorrect that the “majority” of Palestinians refuse to accept a two-state solution. Recent polling has found that 74 percent of the Palestinian population wants to see a two-state solution with an Israeli and Palestinian state side by side. It is also the position of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and there is evidence that Gaza’s Hamas rulers may be compelled to support such a solution as well.

As for the senator’s comments on economic strangulation making “sense” to produce better leadership in Gaza, they are as offensive as they are wrong. Schumer believes it is logical to economically harm the civilian population of Gaza — where 44 percent of the people under the age of 14 — for freely voting in an election the U.S. supported, then undermined, in order to change the territory’s government. The reality is that its leadership has only become further radicalized and entrenched as a result of the embargo."



posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 05:07 PM
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Schumer is a schmuck!!!
I hope his next job is
rotating tires at Jiffy Lube.
Demise of the congressional
Dinosaurs



posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 05:20 PM
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It's ok for Schumer to call for mass murder, but not for Helen Thomas to tell the Jews to go home?

And the people who are against Isreal's policies are the anti-semites?


Person speaking one of a group of related languages, presumably derived from a common language, Semitic (see Semitic languages). The term came to include Arabs, Akkadians, Canaanites, some Ethiopians, and Aramaean tribes including Hebrews. Semitic tribes migrated from the Arabian Peninsula, beginning c. 2500 BC, to the Mediterranean coast, Mesopotamia, and the Nile River delta. In Phoenicia, they became seafarers. In Mesopotamia, they blended with the civilization of Sumer. The Hebrews settled at last with other Semites in Palestine.


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Anyone who is anti-Palestinian is also anti-semitic. Mr. Schumer.

[edit on 11-6-2010 by Nutter]



posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 06:12 PM
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I was looking for someway of determining whether or not this character has dual citizenship with Israel, and came across this page...

rawstory.com... What follows is in the comments section. This person has posted what I wanted to put into words in my own post here...This isn't plagiarism, is it?

[Prattvictory [Moderator] 1 month ago in reply to [Philip B Kirschner]

"Once in awhile, they come up with something meangingful, lawfull and constitutional. That could be said of anyone."
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"I feel like I am being bludgeoned by a concocted guilt about Judaism. Lieberman and Schumer act in the interests of the security of Israel over the interests of this country and the World at large. The extremism of the Israeli government is based on the their reliance on Joe Lieberman, Chuck Schumer and many other Jewish and not.

I believe I should have the right to be as critical of Judaism as you and I can be of Catholicism, Scientology or Islam. I don't have that right. It has distorted the dialogue and made it possible for the Joe Liebermans, the Jane Harmans and the Chuck Schumers to act as agents for Israel rather than representatives of the people of the United States or furthering the interests of peace in the world."
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What I mean by posting this is two things; 1-regular people not on conspiracy forums are onto this BS taking place.
And 2-I share this person's sentiments.



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