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January 7, 2014 at 10:06 pm

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pipistrema118The overwhelming European sense of guilt, since nurtured by their actual misdeed of having been silent bystanders of the Nazi horrors, has been so far the counterbalance to the Israeli crimes. The “anti-Semitism” sword of Damocles has become therefore part of European lazyness and of its DNA. That’s it.
Walt and Mearsheimer described the Israel Lobby in the USA as “loosely organized groups working assiduously for Israel”, no talk of plot. And in fact, who needs a cabal, whereas you can do everything in sunlight? Specularly, who needs an anti-Semitic discourse to nail the Israeli leaderships and their unmindful people to their responsibilities?
To be clear, there’s no need of elaborating any further conspiracy theories, nor motive to expose the daily Israeli arrogance towards their neighbours as a worldwide plot, whereas the Jewish state keeps exploiting, by deception, a free pass to fully pursue any aggression. I stress, by deception, that does not necessarily imply any global conspiracy.
Notwithstanding the conspicuous Israeli exploitation of its closure has been sold as the fear for anti-Semite feelings, it gains otherwise its real origin from the convenient redrawing of a Jewish identity on other people’s soil, a fact that should have little to do with an obsolete racist ideal, if not for greed that easily (and generally) leads hatred towards the different and the weakest.
A discourse made for countering the poison of the antisemythic acting to its actual aim could be the primary antidote against the irresponsible general alignment to the Israeli policies in order to devaluate the credit card obtained on the Western shoulders, that then could hastily exhaust its supply before being lethal for the world as a whole. And I’m thinking of the rampant backbiting against Iran’s alleged nuclear attitude.
Provided, then, that in the long run, the Israeli rabid redraft won’t spread out of the new ghetto that was maliciously injected into the Palestinian land. The same in which they have voluntarily caged themselves together with the Arab sacrifical victim and with cheers from the whole bunch of the western hypocrites that form to date the blindest Israel Lobby. The latter a real conspiracy of fear and taboo.

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October 30, 2013 at 9:29 pm

Preach

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ilmuroWords…
It’s an iron wall, a psychological wall. Hard to break through. The worst. Nevertheless, it doesn’t need anything more than what words can do to implement the power of those who found out the way to benefit of it.
First, terrorism. It should be the murderous and residual weapon of what’s supposed to be the weaker party. States with regular armies shouldn’t need to use terrorism. They do. Because it’s often cheaper and always misleading. Moreover, as they decide who is terrorist and who is not, they can use this mere noun as a powerful weapon, so that, by labelling the enemy in front of the world, they are able to cover all what they can’t reach with ordinary arms. It’s the strength of politics and deception.
What happens in Palestine without this word terrorism? What happens without the anti-semitism bullets, i.e. the Holocaust exploitation based on the blind sense of guilt of Europe, on the inner bad faith of the Zionists and on crass ignorance of a great part of the world?
And money…
And what happens – last but not least – without US money that was gained by blackmail thanks the Israel Lobby? In this latter respect, Israeli financing itself through the Lobby is the most profitable investment one can imagine. Pay one, gain hundreds.
Money, yes. That is not psychological. By the way, I would argue that there are also some people in the neighborhood, now and then, that sell their dignity and their brothers’ life for some loose change. But we can try not to unite people’s attitude with their leaders’ behaviour.

Heavy burden, then, upon Palestinian shoulders. I guess the last sixty years of Palestine history would have been otherwise very different. On the contrary, although Israelis have been experiencing a mere prevedibile reaction to any occupation, have benefited – since no one dares to expose their egregious crimes, thanks the omnipresent antisemyth-weapon – of the yearly award for the luckiest occupiers in the world.

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September 17, 2013 at 4:48 pm

Got it?

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May 3, 2013 at 4:51 pm

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February 17, 2013 at 2:48 pm

UNSC Resolution 242

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A norm must be interpreted according to the ordinary meaning of the language, unless the result would be absurd. Moreover, a norm must have a practical meaning, otherwise it would be void and useless. In this respect, it is obvious and necessary, firstly, to confer a meaning to the norm, even if its litteral content is ambiguous, instead of assessing that the norm has no meaning at all. Or, worse, conferring to it a meaning at will.
Insofar as UNSC Resolution 242 must have a meaning, otherwise being it absurd/useless, saying it requires an indeterminate withdrawal from (…) occupied territories would mean nothing, leaving undecided the rule dictated by the norm itself. And this is impossible.
A simple application of this principle is that Security Council Resolution 242 has a sole possible and almost litteral meaning. It requires Israel to withdraw from 100% of the territories occupied in the Six Day War. The goal of different interpretations whatsoever (as the one which claims that its extent is set on the necessity of subsequent direct negotiations between the parties) is aimed at devoiding the norm of any actual meaning. And that’s absurd and unlawful as well.
The try of depriving it of any meaning is unlawful and ineffective even if it’s endorsed by the very persons who, for opportunism, politics, or any other reason, purposedly gave it an ambiguous formulation.
In this respect, any interpretations aimed at sinking that norm, all the more if coming from Lord Caradon or others who purposedly have tried to take off any meaning from it, is ineffective and illegitimate, as the norm, once it has taken life, is in any case subordinated to the International Law, no more to political pressures, nor to the fancy of those who may have drafted it in bad faith and/or with reservations.
Moreover, insofar as the Resolution stated the “inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war”, and the relevant territories were undoubtely the whole of West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza, Golan and Sinai, any different understanding would be illogical, before being unlawful.

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December 22, 2012 at 10:37 pm

From octopus to cuttlefish

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Weakened by the vote of the General Assembly of the United Nations and the embarrassing ability of Palestinians of Gaza to stay alive in spite of the abysmal disparity of forces in the field, the drift pro-Israel limps. The Italian lobbyists fume in a desperate attempt to gain ground, now lost, that the history and the widespread move towards a fairer system refuse to grant, confining them to the edge of the ridiculous. While the state of Israel earns full widespread definition of rogue state, embraces and exposes his war policies and apartheid, the remnants of home israelism insist on spreading as they can – by the usual bad press and networks – a message now turned into lie in a desperate attempt to “facere de albo nigrum.” From octopus to cuttlefish, in fact.

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December 1, 2012 at 7:49 pm

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