Monday, January 28, 2008

The Folks at NBC unwittingly let some of the truth about Gaza on the air

NBC news had one of the usual sob stories about Gaza on the air. Then it showed families in Egypt
being reunited due to the opening in the wall. The families were not in a Palestinian refugee camps but in Egypt. The reason is that the overwhelming preponderance of Gaza residents are and have always been Egyptian. The Palestinian rouse has always been a shell game contrived by Commies and their Pan Arabist/Jihadist Allies ( think N ASS er) to make Judenfrei greater Arabia more marketable.

Of course improving the lives of Gaza residents has never been the goal of this far left lie. The goal was to abuse a group of people as human hockey pucks. Fill them with hate and rage for the Jews and then capatilize on this populist anti-semitic rage to further communism.

What is a Palestinian? A Palestinian is an Arab who is culturally and ethnically identical to people from adjacent areas. There is no biological connection to Phillistines who lived in the Gaza strip and were Ageans not Arabs. This is as absurd as claiming the current residents of Brooklyn are Canarsie Indians.

Arabs created an ethnically cleansed Judenfrei state in Jordan where Jews had resided long before Arab invasions on 80% of the land. Now Arabs seek to divide the remainder of the 20% and commies talk about "Greater Israel" and apartheid while endorsing more Judenfrei Arab states.

Perhaps the response should be Commies do not have the right to exist. We should take them out of their enclaves and drive them into the sea. Place them all on small boats for Cuba and North Korea.

The above is a semi humorous example of Communist illogic. Lets see Jews have lived in Israel for thousands of years. Commies identify Jews as a nationality on their ID papers and call them a mere religion when politically expedient. The notion that Jews could colonize land that they are clearly indigenous to is as much a farce as the myth Palestinian ethnicity.

Commies have proven to be every bit as obsessed with Jews as Nazis. While the alleged American Jewish community was outraged over the execution of the Rosenberg traitors these same so called Jews were defending show trials run by Stalin on trumped up charges of Zionist conspiracies. The zionist conspiracy bit did not start with 9-11 nuts, but has been a tried and tested commie classic and people have been executed for it. Those of you who doubt this should know that a single language was banned in the Soviet Union, communist Ethiopia and Cuba and that language was Hebrew. Commies (swearing they were Jews) defended Daniel Ortega even as the local Managua house of worship was set on fire. The revolutionary madness makes all other identities including national and ethnicity irrelevant.

Beamish in 08


Ducky's Here said...

Baek, where's Rudy Ghouliani?

He's finished. Might even grab a 4th place in Florida.

Well as dismal as the election process has been, it's an ill wind that blows no good, right?

beakerkin said...

The positions of McCain are almost identical to Rudy. For me it is no big deal to move to the McCain camp.

Anonymous said...

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Spirko states, "The chief threat in the region I see right now is the threat to Saudi Arabia by Iran and Al Qaeda. If Al Qaeda were to overthrow the present royal family in Saudi Arabia or attack the Strait of Hormuz, cutting off the oil supply to western nations including Japan and China, it would bring down entire world economies. France and Germany would be begging us to go to war to retake those oil wells. It would be World War III."

“If such a scenario were to occur,” he reiterates, “France and the European economies would collapse in a matter of weeks.”

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Spirko answers that question by stating an Arab proverb, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.”

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“Why would he have done any differently with the 30,000 centrifuges he supposedly had on a decentralized basis inside Iraq before the war?” Spirko asks. “Isn’t it strange that Iran could come up with a nuclear weapons program in about six months to a year when it took the United States six years under the Manhattan Project with 5,000 of the world’s most brilliant scientists like Robert Oppenheimer, Niels Bohr, Seaborg, Einstein, Fermi, and others working on it?”

Another point Spirko makes on the Mideast is that, “It is time for the Israelis and Palestinians to return to the Peace Talks, resume where they left off and "freeze in place" the already-agreed-upon negotiating points,” Spirko says.

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Author Robert Spirko created the work in such a way that every reader in the world would understand all the intricate issues in the Middle East and how close the region actually came to the brink of nuclear Armageddon. THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY, a genre spy-thriller by Robert Spirko, was fourth on the best-seller list at Atlasbooks, Inc., a national book distributor. Ingram Books is the worldwide distributor.

Mr. Spirko has a unique way of holding the reader in his grasp as the plot of THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY unfolds. He literally takes you from your armchair and immerses you into the lifestyle of the Bedouin, the Israeli, the PLO and the mindset of the Middle-Easterner.

THE PALESTINE CONSPIRACY is not just another spy-novel; it is the quintessential spy-thriller because it forces the reader to understand how both sides "think" and why that thinking ultimately led to repeated wars in the Middle East.

Spirko, a financial and geo-political analyst, turned his attention to the Middle East in 1987, after discovering several common elements related to the Middle East question. In working for peace, and after several frustrating years, he put down his analysis in writing and when he was finished, he not only had a solution to the quagmire, he had a story to tell.

But, nobody was listening.

Today, all that has changed, thanks to Olive Grove Publishers who decided to give his book a chance.

When the Palestinian question came to a festering crisis in 1990, he had already predicted several of the actual events before they occurred. For instance, Spirko predicted the Intifada and Persian Gulf War, missing the actual invasion date of Kuwait by only one week. He did this through spectacular supposition, analysis and prediction based on what he was "seeing" in the region.

When Spirko typed his manuscript, he set the work to fiction, about what he thought might occur soon in the Middle East involving weapons of mass destruction, nuclear proliferation, the Palestinian uprising before it occurred, and how the Palestinian question begged to be answered, little did he realize that every event he described in the book would eventually transpire.

His story of what was really happening behind the scenes in the Middle East is truly astounding and remarkable, and his contribution to the Camp David Peace Talks in 2000, formulated a solution to the Jerusalem question. When the BBC got wind of it, they termed it "as nothing short of brilliant" - Jerusalem becoming the simultaneous capitals of both Israel and Palestine in congruous or concentric zones.

Spirko originally copyrighted his book on October 20, 1987, in the U. S.
Library of Congress where intelligence agencies reviewed his work.

Today, finally, somebody is listening.

Spirko feels that both sides must return to the Peace Talks and resume where they left off and "freeze in place" the already-agreed-upon negotiating points.

“It's like a marriage where both spouses storm away mad in an argument.
They don't divorce and then try to resume their relationship, they come back together, settle their differences, and resume their marriage. It must be the same for the Middle East Peace talks," Spirko says.

The story begins in Beirut, Lebanon, once a great financial capital of the Middle East, which lay in ruin, having been systematically blasted to rubble during 20 years of inexhaustible civil war and siege by Israel, the PLO, Hamas, Hezbollah and Lebanese factions. Soon, the quest for a Palestinian State would be framed by these events; namely, the invasion of Kuwait by a neighboring rogue state, Iraq, with Saddam Hussein's goal of seeking nuclear parity with Israel.

In Mr. Spirko's story, Rick Waite, a forgotten UPI correspondent, and Adrienne Waters, a Pulitzer Prize journalist from the London Times, meet-up in Beirut with a PLO operative named Ahmed, who discovers a secret intelligence memo about a secret plan to destroy Israel.

In the ensuing chase to find the answer to this secret communiqué and what it means, a deadly race against time begins as the unlikely trio tries to halt the launch of a secret weapon from a hidden PLO base camp in the Syrian Desert. U. S. and British intelligence operatives have their own agenda, and attempt to stop whatever is going on to save the entire region from a nuclear holocaust.

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An executive at BookMasters, Inc., says, "The book is absolutely stunning in the manner in which Mr. Spirko, tells his tale. He is truly a master as an analyst, and it's totally unlike anything else we've ever read in a spy-thriller. It keeps you turning pages and won't let you quit - until the very end. And, what an ending it is! If you crave twisting plots, thrilling spy-action and intriguing characters, then this is the book for you."

Spirko, whose own background includes a stint in the U. S. Air Force and has given his advice to the National Security Council in Washington, D. C., has a degree in journalism and knows first-hand about the newsroom and what it takes to be an intelligence field agent. His knowledge of the trade makes the story real, daunting, and strikingly similar to "The Year of Living Dangerously."

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Anonymous said...

The Myth of the autochthonic Pseudostinian, like the wall between Egypt and Palestine, is finally unraveling.

Anonymous said...

Those heartless Egyptia b*astards are continuing to repress and deny their Pseudostinian brothers of their heritage and birthright.

Somebody should call the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights!

mah29001 said...

I blame the whole conflict of Arab incitement against the Jews against a certain pro-Axis Muslim Brotherhood leader-Mohammad Amin al-Husayani who openly met with Adolf Hitler during World War II.

He organized the Arab Higher Committee, made up of other pro-Axis Palestinian leaders who were involved with the Muslim Brotherhood along with also being involved in the early Palestine Communist Party.

Al-Husayani also had connections with the Palestinian Black Hand made up of followers of Izz ad-Din al-Qassam whose followers hid under Islam while targeting and killing innocent people and inciting riots which killed more Arabs than Jews or British soldiers. Islamist terrorists today such as Hamas idolize al-Qassam and naming a Russian rocket they usually use against Israel after him.

As for those who certainly support al-Husayni, the late Yasser Arafat admitted in an Arabic Palestinian newsletter that he was one of his soldiers during World War II on the side of the Axis Powers:

"We are not Afghanistan. We are the mighty people. Were they able to replace our hero Hajj Amin al-Husseini?... There were a number of attempts to get rid of Hajj Amin, whom they considered an ally of the Nazis. But even so, he lived in Cairo, and participated in the 1948 war, and I was one of his troops."

Shows where Arafat's successor-Mahmoud Abbas also sides as he has opposed any sort of military action against the Hamas terrorists he sponsors.

The Pagan Temple said...

I know that the Palestinian people of today have no relation whatsoever to the ancient Philistines, who were originally from Sardiia or maybe ancient Crete. But, at the same time, who are the people that were living in Judaea, Samaria, and Galillee, for over a thousand years? They were Palestinians, of course.

A lot of people assume Mark Twain never uttered an untrue word in his life. I don't believe him when he said or at least strongly implied that those lands were uninhabited until the Jews started migrating there en masse during the middle of the nineteenth century.

Jerusalem particularly has been inhabited continuously through the centuries, and for the most part by Arabs. The same is true of Hebron, the hometown of a Christian Arab family with who I am familiar-Palestinians, in fact. Although we never broached the subject, I am confident they lived in the town or it's immediate environs for generations.

I support Israel's right to exist, and for that matter, I am all in favor of them responding forcefully to any Palestinian provocation, in whatever manner they feel will be the most effective. I don't believe the UN should be taken seiously by anyone when they cry out against Israel for engaging in a "disproportionate response". A disproportionate response as far as I'm concerned is more than appropriate, and to be commended and even recommended.

As the old joke goes, what do you call a million Arabs at the bottom of the ocean? Answer-a good start.

That being said, facts are facts, and the facts are, Palestinians-whether they be Egyptian, Jordanian, Syrian, etc.-have lived in the region of Judaea, Samaria, Galillee, and Idumaea, for centuries, in fact for more than a millenium.

To pretend otherwise is disingenuous at best.

kuhnkat said...


Giuliani thinks we have too many Constitutional Rights like McCain??


Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Rudy Guiliani quipped at the beginning of his campaign that if he weren't running, he'd be out campaigning for McCain.

That was enough for me to be opposed to Guiliani, as I'll vote for Hillary Clinton before I will for John McCain, and we all know how so very much I love Hillary.


I'm taking an ink pen to the polls, and writing out my ballot by hand.

Should be easy enough to spot my ballot in a recount.

It'll be the one with the words "FUCK OFF" emblazoned on it.

beakerkin said...


Arabs are colonial invaders and are not indigenous to Israel. The notion of Arabs as victims of anyone especially Jews turns actual history
on its head.

There is no Palestinian ethnicity. Palestinians have less of a basis for an ethnicity than Texans, Brooklynites, African or Indian tribes.

Arabs allready posses plenty of colonized real estate. The Palestinian ethnicity garbage dates back to Nasser. Arab need to settle their own refugees like everyone else.

The term Palestinian pre 1967 was used to describe Jews.

KuhnKat said...

Pagan you MORON,

the question is NOT whether a certain ethnic race of people lived in the area first, second, or whenever. The question is whether the WORLD WILL SIT AROUND WHILE THE MUSLIMS ERADICATE THE JEWS LIKE THEY WANTED TO HELP HITLER DO!!!

They are BOTH SEMITES!! Got that?? The Jews and the other locals have interbred for a couple 1000 years!!! The Jews would be fine to allow the Pseudostinians space and peace to live!!!


They could have had their own country and peace after the Oslo accords.


They could stop attacking Israel at any time and they would have peace, financial assistance, schools, medical, whatever they want.





The Pagan Temple said...

The point is, the Arabs have lived in the area for over a thousand years. I just state that as fact, otherwise I don't defend them or their actions.

beakerkin said...


Arabs are actually colonial invaders
and many of the groups you think are Arabs are not. Do not be so certain that they were there for as long as you assume. Moreover, they have an abundance of land already and need to move on.

The Pagan Temple said...

You are the one insisting they are Arabs.

Wasn't that the whole point, that there is no such ethnicity as a Palestinian, and that those "Pseudostinians" are in actuality Arabs? I know of no other ethnic group besides Arabs and some Jews who have ever lived in the area to any great extent, in any great numbers, and over a significantly long period of time.

Those people who were born and raised in the environs of Jerusalem, Hebron, Nazareth, and Bethlehem, and a smattering of other generally small towns and villages, were in fact Arabs.

What their true ethnicity may or may not have been is besides the point. The point is, they and their families have lived there for successive generations. The fact that their ancestors might or might not have originally arrived in the area as colonial invaders is not even pertinent.

The Israelites were also colonial invaders once upon a time.

If the Arabs, or whatever you want to call them, had only arrived in the area during or immediately preceeding the time of the formation of the modern state of Israel, then you would have a case.

They did not arrive that late, though, they have been there for centuries, and so your case is non-existent.