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Israel Erupts in Protest, Tens of Thousands Chant "Revolution"

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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 03:18 AM
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Originally posted by missvicky

Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
reply to post by IsraeliGuy
 


Unfortunately some of my fellow critics of Israel don't know how to draw lines between nationalities, ethnicities, and religions. It's actually a pretty common problem from all camps, to be honest.


How does Israel draw those lines? How do Jews draw those lines?



Seriously, who the hell cares about which lines to draw where? Does it change the situation in any way? Does it even have any relevance?

A first step towards worldwide revolution would imo be just that, stop giving a damn about those lines - you got your united enemy and nothing else should have any relevance.

We are all on the same bottom being stepped on but hell yeah, we gotta get those lines where they should be dont we?



Edit; too long.
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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 03:46 AM
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Originally posted by CelestialSon
how badass would it be if Israelis and Palestinians rose up together to overthrow the corrupt powers!!
It would make a great movie ending


LOOL that would be classic!



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 04:30 AM
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If you study the History of the last few hundred years, what has come of people marching through the streets changing "Revolution!" for "progressive" causes? Some good has come of it for sure, but also some pretty destructive events. All tyrants that have come to power began by amassing enough people to shout "Revolution!"

Social change and protest needs to be combined with brains and diplomacy in order to have a positive effect. Brining down whoever happens to be in power is not always "progressive". Sometimes the old powers that be are merely replaced with new powers that be and these new powers are often worse than the old.

Modern social change requires more than angry shouting in the streets. It requires a lot of brains and a rejection of radicalism.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 04:52 AM
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This is great news. Applause to the Israeli protesters.

Now is the time when silence = support of the criminal systems. We have a voice and it's our duty to use it. The Israeli people have now joined millions of others who are doing just that.

In Greece, apparently the military and the police are threatening a revolution to prevent their country from being bought by foreigners.

The Irish have been protesting about the Churgh cover ups of child abuse. Now the PM has publicly denounced the Vatican for its complicity in child abuse.

People everywhere are starting to say no.

Scandals are being exposed almost daily.

The Vile Insane Parasites are under increasing pressure on many sides. This impairs their ability to function as they wish and they will make mistakes.

Let's keep it up, folks.

Remember, they are just a tiny, tiny dot compared to us....see the accurate graphical comparison of this in the video below.




posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:00 AM
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Nazi Germany cared enough about it's citizens to have them kept under the constant threat of arrest and intimidation by the Gestapo,or to have political dissent crushed by having those who would voice their opinion sent to Gemmersheim or various other camps for the "politically unstable".They cared enough to sacrifice them in their hundreds of thousands in the soviet campaign or for the lost cause that was the battle for Berlin,is that what you mean?
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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:01 AM
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Ever seen a snake changing it's skin?



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:15 AM
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Just about house prices?

Talk about priorities eh.

I don't think when they start fighting they will be worrying about house prices lol



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:38 AM
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Originally posted by JennaDarling


Just about house prices?

Talk about priorities eh.

I don't think when they start fighting they will be worrying about house prices lol


The article says they are expecting the protests to encompass many other topics....the writer believes this is just the start. There have been pockets of protests in Israel about foreign policy for some time now. We'll see....



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:40 AM
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Originally posted by wcitizen

Originally posted by JennaDarling


Just about house prices?

Talk about priorities eh.

I don't think when they start fighting they will be worrying about house prices lol


The article says they are expecting the protests to encompass many other topics....the writer believes this is just the start. There have been pockets of protests in Israel about foreign policy for some time now. We'll see....


Good if it does snowball into more important topics, could be last straw, but in all seriousness, it still is sickening to see that they put house prices at the top of their list of breaking the camels back.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:45 AM
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Originally posted by JennaDarling

Originally posted by wcitizen

Originally posted by JennaDarling


Just about house prices?

Talk about priorities eh.

I don't think when they start fighting they will be worrying about house prices lol


The article says they are expecting the protests to encompass many other topics....the writer believes this is just the start. There have been pockets of protests in Israel about foreign policy for some time now. We'll see....


Good if it does snowball into more important topics, could be last straw, but in all seriousness, it still is sickening to see that they put house prices at the top of their list of breaking the camels back.



I know, and I agree. At the same time it has brought hundreds of thousands into the streets which suggests huge, widespread dissatisfaction generally. They are in the streets challenging their government - and it could snowball.

In the West we should have been out in the streets en masse just like them years ago to stop the crimes they were committing against us. Good for the Israelis that they're not just sitting back and letting themselves be ripped off like we did for far too long.
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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:48 AM
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---Israel get's how many BILLIONS free from the US every year

---we let Israel claim Gaza so they could steal it and get the Natural Gas in the ocean off the coast and steal it from their neighbor

---We let Israel run the entire US Banking/Corporate and they've been making BILLIONS fleecing America every year.....



Why are they protesting? Almost ALL of Israel works for their Government since they are getting so much free money from the US.

Go get a job. Nobody in America now can buy a home and pay it off before they die. Welcome to the club.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 06:07 AM
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Israelli spy Richard Perle was on TV on the evening of 911 with the whole official story, and what countries America needed to invade.


Israellis with bombs in their truck was arrested on 911.


Israellis who set up cameras on the twin towers was arrested on 911, later send back to Israel and going on talk show.

whatreallyhappened.com...

Israelli spy ring with ties to 911 was covered by Fox News Carl Cameron in december 2001.





posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 07:23 AM
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Well, this thread went down in to the toilet real fast. I thought it was about 30,000 Israelis protesting about the housing problem. Whats the matter with you all? You think there's a a housing problem only in America? It's happening in all nations.....thanks to the Americans!



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 07:29 AM
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Wait...

...The main problem in the region, is that Israel needs space to grow, that's why it takes over Palestinian land, that's why they are putting forward wall, so they can't come back to their land, and so that Israelis can build THEIR buildings there... Buildings, housing and land is the main reason why Israel has the attitude it does thowards the whole region.

Their PEOPLE come out and start protesting because the prices are too high, since the search for housing is higher than the houses available...

...and you think that's a GOOD thing?

This is the perfect excuse for the Israeli governament to start another bloody campaign of conquering land. If their own people demand solutions for this problem, it's going down really hard. One thing is to kill and abuse the palestinian land, without the consent or full support of their people, another completly different thing is for the government to react to protests.

This is provably one of the worst situations that could arise from Israel.

...and then people wonder why I think nobody in the US knows what the heck they are talking about in terms of international policy.
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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 07:35 AM
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this is probably not true, but there is a possibility that Obama and the CIA could be behind the revolution as retribution for Netanyahu making him look like a fool in front of congress. I sorta think Obama doesn't have the guts to do it or even the motivation, but if he did that would be interesting.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 07:46 AM
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Israel does NOT run the world' banking corporations at all.

Get a job you tell Israelis because you in America can't afford to pay your mortgage? Are you aware of the severe housing crisis in Australia? I'm trying to tie in what Australia's economy has to do with Israel; nope, sorry....has nothing to do with Israel.

I was'nt aware there were gas fields off Gaza....perhaps you need a map because Gaza is South, the gas fields are North.

Yeah, tell us how many billions Israel receives from the American tax payer each year and I'll go find some data on how much Jewish tax payers there are in the USA and how many American employees are on their books. So, if every Jewish employer shuts shop in the USA, how many Americans will be on the unemployment heap compared to the already 22%?



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 07:55 AM
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Actually, Israel is only a tiny little country and most people don't understand NATURAL GROWTH of populations all around the world. The downturn in the economy worldwide is making housing too expensive everywhere....the problem is lack of AFFORDABLE housing due to natural growth; high food prices, massive increases in utilities and new carbon taxes.

Some people on this thread seem to think every Israeli is a millionaire, they're not; they are no different to you, me and everyone else struggling to get by.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 08:53 AM
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Originally posted by bluemirage5
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Israel does NOT run the world' banking corporations at all.




Find me 1.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 09:18 AM
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This is what people need to realize, high housing costs is a sign of a housing shortage.
The only solution is to expand territory to make more housing.
Is that what people want to see? Israel making more land grabs to further the tensions over there?
Netenyahu seems to have shown restraint, if he responded to the real crisis of housing there would have been all out war by now.

The only conspiracy here is that this may be Netenyahu's plan, let the people suffer housing costs till they demand the government do something about it. When the Arab's continue to demand a change back to the old pre-war 1960's borders, making Israel even smaller, there is no way the people will go along with it no matter who is in power, it would mean an even higher increase in housing costs. Looking at it in this light, these protests mean the government has the people right where they want their mood to be in.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 12:20 PM
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Ah yes, the Muslim Brotherhood is at it again, fomenting protests and disguising them as "The Arab Spring" , "popular uprisings for democracy", tricking the ordinary people into allowing the Brotherhood to seize power and establish an Islamic Dictatorship with Sharia Law. Just like in Iran before, where the "popular uprising" leading to democracy in Iran LASTED ONLY ONE MONTH, before the Islamists seized control.

Alas for poor Israel---first the Holocaust, then the endless years of trying to build up their TINY NATION while SURROUNDED BY HUGE HOSTILE COUNTRIES and ENDLESS TERRORIST ATTACKS, which now threaten them again, through the Muslim Brotherhood. Even in Europe they are being persecuted and driven out of European cities like Malmo in Sweden, by fanatical Muslim immigrants.

Sorry to disagree with all the usual Israeli-bashers here. As a Christian, I support Israel.





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