Video: Ron Paul laments Israel’s “preemptive” war

posted at 2:25 pm on January 5, 2009 by Allahpundit

Not so much moral equivalence as moral indifference: In almost seven minutes, he can’t muster so much as a pro forma condemnation of Hamas. Just what you’d expect from a guy who once asserted in the same breath that (a) he wouldn’t act to stop Iranian nukes and (b) Iran presents no threat to its neighbors. You’ll find that same logic at work here as he rues the spread of “preemptive war” — evidently 3,000 rockets fired into Israel don’t count as a first strike — before reminding America that Middle Eastern warfare is a bloody fact of life. In other words, this might not have happened if Bush hadn’t mainstreamed preemption by invading Iraq. Even though it’s been happening for centuries.

He doesn’t touch on proportionality but it’s clear enough where he stands given his passing reference to thousands of Qassams as “a few small missiles.” The one point I haven’t seen anyone raise on this subject is that the ethic of proportionality tacitly guarantees Hamas’s survival, which in turn guarantees that a two-state solution is impossible. Realistically, there’s no circumstance in which a months-long campaign to destroy the group would be a “proportional” response; the only one that would qualify is if Hamas somehow raised an army to invade and conquer Israel. So long as they’re incapable of doing that, useful idiots like this will criticize Israel for overreacting. And if they ever are capable of doing it, rest assured, they’ll give them moral cover then, too. Proportionality operates in only one direction.

Other bits and pieces to watch for: Ron Paul, who voted for the war in Afghanistan, whining about escalation in Afghanistan, plus his blink-and-you’ll-miss-it defense of Iran intervening on the side of Hamas given the fact of U.S. aid to Israel. Exit question one: He says the Palestinians are living in a sort of “concentration camp.” Whom, pray tell, does he imagine is playing the role of the SS in this analogy? Exit question two: Tangentially related, is it really true as Bill Kristol says that a heavy blow to Hamas in Gaza will be “a real setback for Iran”? Granted, it’ll make the Sunni states in the neighborhood a bit bolder in standing up to them, but how is it going to stop the nuclear program?


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Same astroturfing strategy as before the election. I swear, the liberals are more organized and do more to sway opinion or at least perception of opposition strength here on boards and threads than anywhere else. It IS the new propaganda. Make it seem like the opposition is overwhelming so those who actually do fall on the, eh hem, right side of the issue will be silenced, stay home, or be swayed.

Mommypundit on January 6, 2009 at 7:13 AM

yep, the internet is litered with this. And its not just teh Libs doing this, our enemies abroad are logged on and posing as people they aren’t to persuade people. This is why I say our Useful Idiots are more dangerous than ever before, the internet.

jp on January 6, 2009 at 9:20 AM

Texas Gal on January 6, 2009 at 1:10 AM

That redistricting was a mess for the area – dividing whole communities. The way it’s drawn leaves District 22 (Olsen’s) & District 14 with many dissimilar needs. Which in a way makes it easier for Paul to represent 14, after all does he really represent district 14 or does he represent Ron Paul? … not the man, the movement.

The RNC in District 14 is in love with the money Paul brings in. The Paul supporters donate in a way not seen in other politicians – they are truly devoted to that man cause. It will take someone with name recognition, a realistic platform, and a better narrative for the district to challenge him in the Primaries.

The Paul war chest is envied by all politicians and frankly is having an effect on the RNC in general. A challenger in district 14 would be smart to point out that Paul’s re-election to the district is supported primarily by outsiders. His seat in Congress is simply a platform for him to espouse his views, not as a member of the house of Representatives. Folks may like his views on some things but they best remember his message is a whole cake you have to eat. You can’t just lick off the icing or pick off the cherries.

NASA, shoved into distirct 22, lost their best advocate in Nick Lampson. Lampson should have changed parties, he is more a soft Republican than any sort of Democrat. Although Olsen will likely make a good Representative, his base is more the Sugarland areas, not the NASA areas of the district.

Until District 14 wakes up AND has a viable candidate Paul will remain there. Not representing them.

batterup on January 6, 2009 at 9:46 AM

batterup on January 6, 2009 at 9:46 AM

Paul has so much dirt on him(that never gets used against him really), that I think any well funded challenge could easily take him out regardless of his cultist throwing money around.

He’s an absolute embarrassment, what he has going for him is being a fringe figure that gets largely ignored by the Media and the political process in general. It allows him to get away with murder.

If Peden can get 30% with hardly any money and Paul refusing to even debate him, a well funded run with some hard hitting ads that point out what an embarrasment Paul is to his constituents, should do the trick to get the next 21% of GOP primary voters. As long as the candidate running agianst him represents himself well.

Unless 50% plus of GOP voters in that district really are Conspiratorial nutjobs tuning into Alex Jones regularly.

From afar it sure looks like a low hanging fruit opportunity, but is completely dependent on someone like Peden getting Money and making a serious run

jp on January 6, 2009 at 10:00 AM

The Paul war chest is envied by all politicians and frankly is having an effect on the RNC in general. A challenger in district 14 would be smart to point out that Paul’s re-election to the district is supported primarily by outsiders.

also, part of Paul’s money comes from overseas via the internet(much like Obama) from places he designated as “Occupied Palestine”. which is a tie into this thread.

I’m not even sure Useful Idiots like Chamberline were being supported financially by the Nazi’s, though its possible.

the Internet has opened up a lot of avenues for our enemies. They’d love nothing more than for america to adopt the idiocy of Paul.

jp on January 6, 2009 at 10:07 AM

… They’d love nothing more than for America to adopt the idiocy of Paul.

jp on January 6, 2009 at 10:07 AM

Chilling, and accurate.

…If Peden can get 30% with hardly any money and Paul refusing to even debate him, a well funded run with some hard hitting ads that point out what an embarrasment Paul is to his constituents, should do the trick to get the next 21% of GOP primary voters. …
jp on January 6, 2009 at 10:00 AM

It’s hard to run without the support (financially and otherwise) of your own party. Sadly the RNC will likely sacrifice district 14 in the convoluted thinking that allows them to pretend Dr. Paul is a Republican, to garner access to his money and influence. A Faustian bargain.

batterup on January 6, 2009 at 11:19 AM

yeah, what I mentioned earlier. They will divert resources to target Dem seats instead.

perhaps Peden should start and anti-Ron Paul site with facts on him and ask for donations. There may be a market to get him a few Million bucks for a primary run, maybe.

jp on January 6, 2009 at 11:44 AM

Hey Ronny boy!
In the spirit of isolationism, SHUT THE F*CK UP!

TheSitRep on January 6, 2009 at 11:59 AM

batterup on January 6, 2009 at 9:46 AM
jp on January 6, 2009 at 10:00 AM

If I was Queen, I’d have Nick Lampson relocate right inside District 14 as a Blue Dog Democrat and let the DNC take Ron Paul down. Once that was done, then I’d have Lampson switch to the GOP. Lampson would need the DNC and their money to go up against Paul and they wouldn’t have any reservations about running a nasty campaign against him and that is what would need to happen to expose him. I’d betcha a dollar to a donut that the majority of his constituency know nothing about the newsletters, Stormfront, or Jones. Actually I now think that it was the newsletter that was providing his campaign chest before this last election cycle. And he’s such a hypocrite about preaching a fiscal conservative policy while he brings home the pork by the truck load. Once he is effectively exposed and his constituency is enlightened about how they have been hoodwinked by Paul and he is compared to the record of Lampson, you actually would be getting more of a Republican in Lampson than in Paul.

But I’m not Queen .. :(

Ron Paul isn’t representative of his district. He just has name recognition and as status about him as a physician which gives him this mystic about caring for the down-trodded. A lot of the the people in his district are working class poor and rural. And I’d guess that most of them have no reason to vote for Paul other than the R beside his name and pay no attention to his voting record at all.

Unfortunately, Paul has now developed a cult following of people, mostly who don’t even live in his district. It’s his new goldmine. I think that’s why he kept his presidential campaign going because he was building a war chest and had lost his other source of funds when the newsletters were revealed. I expect he will continue to run for president just to get the funds to keep his district seat. IMO the best chance to unseat him would be in 2010 when he would mostly only have the local stage and not have a reach beyond that for funds. But I’m afraid the only one that can defeat him is a Democrat because like you point out, the RNC is not likely to support a new comer in the primary. They supported Olson over Shelly Gibbs (who had been elected to fill DeLay’s unexpired vacancy) only because she was seen as a place holder. She too would have been a good representative and one I would have preferred because she lives in the area. But Olson will do.

Texas Gal on January 6, 2009 at 12:18 PM

DNC may prefer Paul remain in that seat over Lampson or a blue-dog. He’s a cancer that eats away part of the GOP base and has the internet to push alot of their crap.

jp on January 6, 2009 at 12:32 PM

I could not watch a minute of this pathetic creep. Inarticulate and ignorant with a following embarrassingly large.

BL@KBIRD on January 6, 2009 at 12:34 PM

actually “GOP base” isn’t the right word, but those that are Fiscal hawks and economic libertarians while sympathetic to the Paleo view or just don’t care about Foreign Policy that much. in general, anti-Govt. doing anything

jp on January 6, 2009 at 12:34 PM

Don’t get me wrong, I like Chris Peden. I’ve voted for him on my city council. I’d love nothing better than to have Peden replace Paul. But some of his obstacles are 1) Money, 2) Name recognition, 3) the majority of the people in District 14 aren’t representative of those who live where we live. AND we have an unfair reputation of being somewhat elitist … snobby.. because we run a tight ship. We have an exemplary school system, and a very clean city. No panhandlers allowed, tight homeowners restrictions. A lot of community involvement in local government decision making. And a lot of those outside of our city don’t even know how very diverse it is racially and economically. So there are a lot of assumptions made that aren’t true. Paul is not viewed that way.

Texas Gal on January 6, 2009 at 12:48 PM

Although i liked ron pauls fiscal responsibility stance.

The simple fact is when it comes to the really HARD choice
of taking a stand AGAINST ISLAMIC TERRORISM.

He doesnt have the BALLS.

jcila on January 6, 2009 at 12:54 PM

Ron Paul is absolutely right about this!

In no way should we be supporting geopolitical israel’s monstrous acts of civilian murder in palestine.

We must remain militarily neutral in this situaution and we must loudly condemn geopolitical israels acts of terror and deny them foreign aid.

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 1:20 PM

Ron Paul earmarks

Paul’s fiscal responsibility stance doesn’t get in the way of keeping his seat in the House. He brings home the pork just like all the rest of them. He’s got this weird justification that his job is to request the earmarks and then turn around and voter no or not vote at all when the funding bill comes up. Some how that absolves him of being responsible for the pork that usually does get funded because the bill generally will be approved. Basically he works the system very well. His cult following only looks at his voting record to claim him to be a fiscal conservative. He’s very slick.

Texas Gal on January 6, 2009 at 1:21 PM

SaintOaf,

Are you a Muslim? Or just naturally stupid?

BL@KBIRD on January 6, 2009 at 1:29 PM

KooKoo for Coco Puffs…

Kaptain Amerika on January 6, 2009 at 1:43 PM

RP how you sucked in so many true Conservatives is quite beyond me.

hawkdriver on January 6, 2009 at 1:53 PM

First of all, what geopolitical israel is doing in gaza is committing hundreds and hundreds of acts of civilian murder.

Take your head out of the sand and wake up.

Gaza is one of the most densely populated areas in the world.

Imagine how YOU would feel if you were an innocent palestinian Christian who had your innocent family blown to bits!

Geopolitical israel is committing war crimes by bombing HOSPITALS, mosques etc..

It is absolutely an un-Christian thing to support geopolitical israels monstrous acts of terrorism and wholesale slaughter of innocent palestinian Christians.

Second of all, some so called Christians here need to seriously re-examine themselves and see that supporting such an unjust and murderous regime (regardless of what they do…and just because they call themselves israel) is absolutely un-Christian!

This false idea of protestant dispensationalism and unwavering support of geopolitical israel (regardless of their actions)is a horribly flawed and false idea.

Dispensationalism was invented by John Darby in the 1820′s and has no connection to the historic Christian faith.

It is in fact a heretical interpretation invented by a man less than 200 years ago!

St. Paul and the Lord Himself clearly stated that the Church is the Israel of God.

Unwavering support of geopolitical israel is NOT fulfillment of the command to support the Israel of God.

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 2:21 PM

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 2:21 PM

You can think what you want but within weeks of Israel forcibly moving their own settlers out of Gaza and leaving the Palestinians an established and thriving floral growing agricultural area, (and investment capital) the scum Hamas bas#ards started shooting Qassam rockets from Gaza into Israel. If the Palestinian Christians don’t like it, have them kill the Hamas scum.

hawkdriver on January 6, 2009 at 2:33 PM

What do you know that they don’t know?
And what’s with the “redneck” thing?
Paul’s district is middle/upper middle class, is it not?

TexasJew on January 5, 2009 at 7:19 PM

Sorry, didn’t mean to ignore you. I just noticed your comment.

What I know is that they don’t know the real Ron Paul. They know the one that is the facade. And that does go for the majority make up of District 14. They are just like most Americans who read the headlins and don’t look any deeper.

And I’m not being derogatory with the ‘redneck’ thing. I consider myself to be somewhat of a redneck, at least my roots are. Most of my family and friends live in Paul’s district and I know in speaking with them during this last presidential campaign, they were either unaware of his comments about America bringing 9/11 on ourself due to our foreign policy or they just blew it off as a part of his accepted kookiness. Interestingly his cult following outside of his district seems to gravatate towards his kookiness. Others who believe him to be a fiscal conservative don’t completely understand his record.

He lives in Lake Jackson. Are you familiar with that area? Dow Chemical is the main employer. District 14 includes the chemical, petroleum and fishing corridors along the Gulf Coast from Corpus Christi almost to the Louisiana border, including the Houston Ship Channel area. Some of that area would middle class but a lot of it, maybe most of it, is working class and working poor. The upper middle class would only be represented largely in the communities around here that have been split in the redistricting mess and a percentage of Corpus Christi. Most of the area is rural.

The fact that Peden got about 30% of the vote in the primary is telling also since my guess is that that % was disproportionate to the make up his district economically. Which seems to indicate that a good primary challenger could defeat him.

Texas Gal on January 6, 2009 at 2:42 PM

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 2:21 PM

Illuminati New World Order FEMA Death Camps. Boogey boogey boogey.

MadisonConservative on January 6, 2009 at 3:09 PM

SaintOlaf = Useful idiot

jp on January 6, 2009 at 3:23 PM

In no way should we be supporting geopolitical israel’s monstrous acts of civilian murder in palestine

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 1:20 PM

Are you saying that the palestinian rocket and suicide attacks against the Jews are not “civilian murder”?

Johan Klaus on January 6, 2009 at 3:52 PM

Keep up the insults if you like..

I don’t mind being a white martyr for the Faith(though I’m sure some here would prefer to see me become a Red martyr).

The fact is, if you’re loved by the world and never upset anyone…you’re probably not spreading the Faith.

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 3:56 PM

Are you saying that the palestinian rocket and suicide attacks against the Jews are not “civilian murder”?

Johan Klaus on January 6, 2009 at 3:52 PM

No. I’m not saying that. Suicide attacks are also civilian murder.

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 3:58 PM

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 1:20 PM

Or anything this rtard has posted…

I loudly condemn your Paulestinian nuttery.

And by this post here, SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 3:58 PM, you show yourself to be an SOB Flaming Troll Btard of the 1st Order!

Take your crap back to the sewer.

catmman on January 6, 2009 at 4:38 PM

what do you call Hamas firing rockets from schools and hospitals, hoping to get Israel to fire back and hit that school or hospital? So they can get the useful idiots and Media to be on their side?

also, what do you call the Hamas Charter(convenant) which calls for the Obliteration of Israel and spread of Jihad?

jp on January 6, 2009 at 4:55 PM

jp on January 6, 2009 at 4:55 PM

I have a better question. Is it morally right to condemn Israel for defening themselves against the brutak Hamas rocket attacks while praising the USA for killing worthless Taliban, Iraqui, and Al Qaida scum?

Both are defending themselves their people against further attack.Only some kind of Ron Paul dingbat could answer that question yes. How did you answer it?

kanda on January 6, 2009 at 5:06 PM

kanda on January 6, 2009 at 5:06 PM
Thank my spell checked for the mispelled words.
defending and brutal.

kanda on January 6, 2009 at 5:11 PM

I don’t mind being a white martyr for the Faith(though I’m sure some here would prefer to see me become a Red martyr).

SaintOlaf on January 6, 2009 at 3:56 PM

Yup. You and suicide bombers. Jew-hating, fundamentalist, kindred spirits.

MadisonConservative on January 6, 2009 at 5:11 PM

Every second dick like SaintOaf is probably a Muslim embed.

BL@KBIRD on January 6, 2009 at 6:55 PM

Well I don’t know about you guys but I have learned a lot more about Dr. Paul since this thread. Frankly if he had not taken a stance against Israel, to me he just would have been some nutty, but harmless old guy, who wants to save us from government spending or something. Kinda like Ross Perot, but without the charts.

But this thread invited research and the facts about Dr. Paul & his district are not exactly in agreement with the MSM propaganda.

So here’s more earmarks for 2009, voting record,campaign finances.

And then there’s this bi-polar position that

Texas Gal on January 6, 2009 at 1:21 PM

pointed out – he asks for earmarks and then votes against them. “I’ve never voted for an earmark in my life,” he explained. “I’m against the tax system, but I take all my tax credits. I want to get their money back for the people.”(link)

The disparty between the press & the reality is almost Obamanistic. And we all know how difficult that is to overcome.

batterup on January 6, 2009 at 10:54 PM

Texas Gal on January 6, 2009 at 2:42 PM

Thanks!
I finally got off my lazy keister and looked up the map of that district that you linked to in an earlier comment. For some strange reason, I thought it was the Sugarland area, but I was very wrong, as you noted. I’ve worked down in the Wharton/ El Campo/Victoria area, and its definitely not too “uptown”, as I recall.
Lake Jackson I only remember from dating a girl down there ages ago, and I still remember that fine fragrant bouquet from the cracking towers in that huge Dow chemical plant. Maybe some of those noxious chemicals combined and got into Ron Paul’s cerebral cortex, because he sure seems brain-damaged to me.

TexasJew on January 6, 2009 at 11:18 PM

Maybe some of those noxious chemicals combined and got into Ron Paul’s cerebral cortex, because he sure seems brain-damaged to me.

TexasJew on January 6, 2009 at 11:18 PM

LOL… I think you might be on to something! Maybe that’s why most of his district overlook his sometimes eccentricity.. they recognize the symptoms.

Texas Gal on January 7, 2009 at 12:35 AM

Ron Paul needs to jam his head back up Alex Jones’ butt and continue playing slap and tickle with the 911 Conspiracy freaks. Ron Paul must be the most stupid individual I’ve ever experienced in my life.

nelsonknows on January 7, 2009 at 2:22 AM

Yes Nelson but his wife makes great fish sticks(Mrs Pauls) LOL

Kevin43 on January 7, 2009 at 2:24 AM

It is often the side-effect of genius that the simplest truths elude a complex mind. Dr. Paul advocates policies of isolation on these foregin issues without acknowledging that a policy of isolation only works to protect a nation’s interest if the rest of the world agrees to allow us to become isolated. ‘Staying out of it’ has never been an effective strategy, nor has it been one that can be sustained over more than a year or two before those countries that want us to engage find a way to triagulate.

And that is just proceeding with the assumption that isolation is a prudent course, which I do not agree with. Dr. Paul did not even think that our actions in response to 9/11 were justified which leads one to think that he may simply be a pacifist.

bryanmyrick on January 7, 2009 at 11:47 AM

bryanmyrick on January 7, 2009 at 11:47 AM

in his book, he goes out of his way to claim he is not an Isolationist(the ‘non-interventionist’ rhetoric) and then he claims that the evil neocons are actual “isolationist” and have “Isolated” us because of their Foreign Policy with Iraq, military bases, etc.

seriously, check out his book on amazon. You can keyword search. He also relies heavily on Far-left debunked studies on “Suicide Terrorism” by Robert Pape and does the dishonest spin, misinformation and half-truths on what the founders beleived in and actually did.

jp on January 7, 2009 at 12:59 PM

as to your point on his course working, you are correct. The World is a Vacuum, what he’s actually advocating for is for us to remove ourselves from it and let Russia, China and Iran seize this Vacuum, control trade and dominate the world.

These idiots are also stupid enough to praise Hong Kong as a libertarian paradise, and place to move to. Ignoring how Hong Kong as we know it came to be(British Colony, which they hate).

Idiots, with zero analytical thinking ability. The Anarcho Capitalist philosophy is easily summed up to be this: anti-Government doing anything, whatsoever, no matter what. Simpleton morons that they are

jp on January 7, 2009 at 1:03 PM

Along with being senile and having a mentally challenged following, Ron paul doesn’t make any sense. He doesn’t want the US to fight their attackers, He doesn’t want Israel to fight their attackers. Sounds to me like he is waiting for his mommy to take a switch to our attackers.

Old Country Boy on January 7, 2009 at 4:31 PM

After 20+ years in the House, Ron Paul hasn’t gotten a single bill passed, or even voted on by the full House. He submits the same bills every year, mostly without bothering to get co-sponsors, long story short he has accomplished exactly nothing in all that time except spew a lot of anti-American propaganda.

Well, almost nothing, he has lined the pockets of special interests with hundreds of millions, likely multiple billions all told, with taxpayer’s money. All the while being a breathtaking hypocrite and voting against his earmarks knowing full well they’ll get passed anyway. Is it any wonder he gets reelected time and time again?

While Israel is the single largest recipient of aid, virulently anti-American Egypt is second, and if you tally all the aid going to muslem regimes, it far far exceeds what Israel gets. If the goal is to save taxpayers money (which Paul claims yet mysteriously forgets when it’s earmark time), then the logical choice would be to stop funding islamic regimes.

But there is another factor to Paul’s insistence over cutting off Israel, and it has nothing to do with money.

Rebar on January 7, 2009 at 5:05 PM

in his book, he goes out of his way to claim he is not an Isolationist(the ‘non-interventionist’ rhetoric) and then he claims that the evil neocons are actual “isolationist” and have “Isolated” us because of their Foreign Policy with Iraq, military bases, etc.

seriously, check out his book on amazon. You can keyword search. He also relies heavily on Far-left debunked studies on “Suicide Terrorism” by Robert Pape and does the dishonest spin, misinformation and half-truths on what the founders beleived in and actually did.

jp on January 7, 2009 at 12:59 PM

So you’re saying that Ron Paul isn’t an isolationist just because he says so? And Obama says he’s not a liberal. Paul quacks the isolationist duck’s quack, and I’m perfectly comfortable recognizing isolationist Kool-Aid for what it is. Many things make perfect sense in writing and when they are confined to ideas on paper. The real world is a place where the actors are in constant collisions with each other. To assume that isolation is even possible is folly.

bryanmyrick on January 7, 2009 at 5:50 PM

jp on January 7, 2009 at 12:59 PM

So you’re saying that Ron Paul isn’t an isolationist just because he says so? …

bryanmyrick on January 7, 2009 at 5:50 PM

I think I read the post too hastily and misunderstood that you were agreeing with what I said.

bryanmyrick on January 7, 2009 at 6:37 PM

C’mon Ron.. I gotta (somewhat ashamedly) admit that my liberatarian side really liked you at one point… oh well, you wouldn’t be the first to go from genuinely inspiring to ‘why can’t he just go away’…(yes, i’m looking at you, huck.)

ReformedAndDangerous on January 7, 2009 at 6:48 PM

Hugh Hewitt interviewed Glenn Greenwald, who, like Ron Paul, takes the side of NO WAR.

http://hughhewitt.townhall.com/blog/g/7effa77f-6679-4f3c-b1ba-419feb4cbb50

When will Republicans learn…yes you J.P., that the reason you lost the last presidential election is because you started acting like democrats with your massive spending and warmongering? What was the result? Obamanation that will drive the stake further into the heart of the American Dream.

How did “bomb,bomb, bomb Iran” McCain work our for you? Not so well eh?

And Palin is your saving grace in 2012? HAHAHA!!

AnD Hannity all of a sudden is spouting “free markets” as if he knew what one really was!

Give me a break…

The republicans and democrats are cut from the same fascist cloth.

But keep criticizing Ron Paul J.P. and the rest of you. He was right about the economy and he’s right about NO WAR!

Fed Up

Fed Up on January 9, 2009 at 2:41 PM

5 dead in Israel and this:

http://palestinian.ning.com/forum/topics/the-other-side-of-the-story

But hey…let’s go attack Iran since we love war so much…

OR…

We could try to “love thy neighbor as thyself!”

Fed Up

Fed Up on January 9, 2009 at 2:52 PM

A little history on the Israel/Gaza conflict (that you won’t see via U.S. media):

http://palestinian.ning.com/video/propaganda-promised-land

Funny…I didn’t see anything on the Palestinian and Jewish women’s peace march in Jerusalem. Media must have been out sick that day.

Fed Up

Fed Up on January 9, 2009 at 3:09 PM

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