posted on Nov, 3 2011 @ 10:19 AM
reply to post by gravitational
Haven't been through this WP bull crap a 100's before?
Yes we have
Look at my past posts where I clearly showed what are WP shells looks like and what Smoke screen shell looks like.
Your posts have shown me nothing of the sort. Did you see my post?
I guarantee you one thing. All those people running around in those videos would not be running an inch if these were indeed WP artillery shells.
You guarantee me? Wow, that is pretty confident of you. I take it you have spoken to various victims of WP attacks?
Ask any honest soldier who ever been in the battle field. Obviously you are not, Honest nor a soldier.
How do you know this, you don't know me. Either way it is irrelevant. Your definition of soldier probably differs than mine anyways. Why such trivial
deflections,? We're running in circles here.
So no, no school was bombed, although I wouldn't blame the IDF for doing so when being used as Hamas launching pad.
There are mountains of evidence from various sources that you refuse to acknowledge that prove a school has been bombed. It is right in front of you
and yet you deny it. You are one of the many on here who can't be reasoned with due to your blindness.
Now for my original question: What standards did the Palestinians meet to be granted a membership in Unesco. What Science, What Education and What
Culture? Stop dancing singing hey ya ya ya around the fire and answer the simple question.
The standards they met in order to be granted membership in UNESCO is"
"Unesco, the United Nations' cultural agency, has decided to give the Palestinians full membership of the body, in a vote that will boost their bid
for recognition as a state at the UN. "
Who we are
UNESCO has 193 Member States and seven Associate Member States. It is governed by the General Conference and the Executive Board. The Secretariat,
headed by the Director-General, implements the decisions of these two bodies.
The General Conference establishes the Organization's goals and priorities every two years and sets the budget. The Executive Board meets twice a
year to follow programme implementation.
In case you're not catching on yet:
The United Nations recognizes the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) as the “poorest and weakest segment” of the international community. They
are considered highly disadvantaged in their development process and risk, more than other countries, not being able to rise out of poverty. This is
why is the LDCs must receive targeted support from the international community.
UNESCO is committed to providing targeted assistance to the LDCs in all of its spheres of competence, as reflected in its Medium-Term Strategy for
2008-2013 (34 C/4). The Organization is guided by the Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries for the Decade 2011-2020, adopted by the
Fourth United Nations Conference on the LDCs (Istanbul 2011).
Your question has many answers, I have provided some of the criteria. Palestine clearly qualifies for membership. I have listed several. Now please
provide me with reasons why you think they should not qualify.
edit on 3-11-2011 by Corruption Exposed because: (no reason given)