Sunday, January 04, 2009

Fuck You, Israel -- Part 2

And so, as Israeli soldiers begin their cowardly full-scale land invasion into Gaza today, let me share with you some select media quotes -- this first one from Yahoo News (which was pushed from being headline news into relative obscurity by this evening due to far more important celebrity news that has since appeared):

The latest fighting came at the end of an ever-tightening blockade of the seaside territory, imposed after the violent Hamas takeover of Gaza in June 2007. The borders were virtually sealed in the last two months, leading to shortages of cooking gas and basic foodstuffs.

Israel says there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza, noting that it has continued to allow supplies into the territory.

But the Israeli human rights group Gisha said Israeli airstrikes have left Gaza's water and sewage system on the verge of collapse. About one-third of the 1.4 million residents are cut off from the water supply and 75 percent of Gaza is currently without electricity, including the territory's largest hospital, Shifa, the report said. Shifa has backup generators.

Only the most debased group of scumbag criminals would deny the "humanitarian crisis" in Gaza after two months of pinching the most basic human needs supplies from being allowed in the area -- but I guess our standards of human living have been so debased by the excesses of what the U.S. military perpetrated in Iraq that I suppose letting the natives have a view of the sun and the moon (and little else) counts as an act of humanitarian aid.

Also, I'd like to point out that the "violent Hamas takeover of Gaza in June 2007" referred to in the previous piece I quoted was -- well, a reference to them being DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED by the Palestinian people for fuck's sake.

As the Washington Post on June 15th, 2007 so eloquently stated it:

The takeover this week of the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group dedicated to the elimination of Israel demonstrates how much that vision has failed to materialize, in part because of actions taken by the administration. The United States championed Israel's departure from the Gaza Strip as a first step toward peace and then pressed both Israelis and Palestinians to schedule legislative elections, which Hamas unexpectedly won. Now Hamas is the unchallenged power in Gaza.

Wow, sounds like offering the Palestinian people a radical alternative to the bullshit they had been recieving from the Bush adminisitration and Israel was a pretty nasty idea. And, like, oh-so violent and such. I mean, gosh -- how is anyone supposed to deal with an oppressed population that chooses a real alternative to the horrific lifestyles they've been forced to put up by their Apartheid-obsessed oppressors instead of kowtowing to a puppet dictator set-up by the United States?

From the very same article:

"There is no more Hamas-led government. It is gone," said a senior administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the administration must still consult with other members of the Quartet. He said that humanitarian aid will continue to Gaza, but that the dissolution of the Palestinian government is a singular moment that will allow the United States and its allies to create a "new model of engagement."

The evolving U.S. strategy would let the Hamas-run Gaza Strip fend for itself while attempting to bolster Abbas as a moderate leader who can actually govern and deliver peace with Israel. The senior administration official noted that Gaza has no territorial issues with Israel, since there are no Israelis in Gaza, so the Hamas entity there would have no stake in potential peace talks concerning the border on the West Bank.

So as always, if we want to know what's really going on in Israeli politics, we need to seek the truth from the past as anything related to the present political vomit being spewed by elected officials in Israel or the United States (Democrap or Republicunt) is simply a series of oft-stated and consistent lies.

So that's enough for tonight. As much as I abhor violence I can only hope that, with a nearly 100-to-1 kill ratio already established between Israeli citizens and Palestinian civilians, there will be a levelling out of deaths to sober-up the more aggressive, well-equipped and socially popular Jew-folk who commonly pass for white (and receive friendlier notices in the U.S. press). Because if more deaths on the Israeli side is what it takes to make them back the fuck off and become slightly more "human", than so be it for now (sad as it is to type that).

Here's a link to a BBC article that I'm sure no U.S. source will have the nerve to cover that has the audacity to question Israeli accounts of what is or isn't a "civilian" bombing decision:

If this is the kind of repression you support, I must ask you to please reconsider your stance. As I recently converted from Jew-Man to "Human", I would hope that seeing the horrific events occurring in the Middle East this last week should be enought to make you consider that Israel IS NOT the oppressed nation and, is in fact, the illegal and immoral transgressor.

And lest anyone think they've stumbled onto the wrong blog, I promise to get back to reviewing crap movies and discussing my tenuous links to modern exploitation cinema again sometime soon.

But for now, I simply must speak out against the scunts of Israel and the United States who support these kinds of genocidal operations against oppressed nations.

Scooter McCrae


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