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  1. just george at |

    “His sheer arrogance was best demonstrated in his most outrageous remark: ‘I think the government of Israel has to recognize that their actions directly impact on me as a Jew living in London, UK When they do good things, it is good for me; when they do bad things, it is bad for me… I want them to recognize that.’”

    his statement was perfectly, obviously, reasonable, for it is truth. whoever called this man “arrogant” clearly has an insanely lopsided worldview, and is looking to attack the fellow.

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  2. Thomas Swenson at |

    Dressing up the criminal robber state to make it appear less savage and brutal is not de-Zionization. In fact, most of the few Jews and Gentiles who are critical of US and Israeli policies and actions object only to the most obviously brutal aspects of Zionist aggression. They do not question the fundamental flaws of the Zionist project, that is, the invasion of Palestine, its colonization by European Jews under the British, the ethnic cleansing, the expropriation of land. Mick Davis and some of the contributors to this website are representative of those who are Zionists in their heart, who profess sympathy for Palestinians, but who are perfectly willing to accept the status quo of 1967 or even of 2010 as long as the criminal Israeli state stops making things uncomfortable for its supporters living elsewhere. Twenty years of nonsense about the so-called “two-state solution” is an example of the insincerity and duplicity of those who “criticize” the criminal-robber state, but refuse to apply common standards of justice, fairness and common decency to Palestine and the Palestinians. Generally, they are perfectly willing to allow the Zionist interlopers to retain what they have robbed the past 100 years if they simply draw less attention to their crimes.

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