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September 3, 2014 / Fantelius

Denying the Israel Deniers

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For over six decades Israel has been stealing, killing and breathing lies. Their crimes have gone unpunished. The Palestinians are hanging on to the last remains of what had been their country and their prospects are dark.

The blatant crimes against humanity could not have harvested so much blood, caused so much destruction and ravished so much justice under so many years without the Israel Deniers, the powerful people permitting, defending, and supporting Israel while denying their criminality. This in turn has been possible because all too many people deny the nature of the Israel Deniers.

If the UN was an honorable organization, it would have expelled Israel long ago. Israel doesn’t behave like a civilized nation, has broken the most important principles of the UN charter, and has failed to comply with UN decisions. The UN denies the criminal nature of Israel by allowing it to be among its members. Or is the UN an organization of uncivilized nations?

It’s no secret that the UN is dominated by the USA, the chief supporter of Israel and the main denier of its criminality. Israel is, for all practical purposes, a combination of USA’s 51st State and its primary military base. It is only denial that keeps the USA from being named Headquarters of Criminality.

Denial keeps us from seeing that the uncivilized nations of the world are the homes of civilized people controlled by the administration (government) of the international network of the super wealthy, the 1%. Our leaders don’t lead us, they rule us. They deny blatant criminality, because they work for the criminals.

Can this be denied?

 

“The sun can appear as stars in the water
and leaves can seem to float in the sky.
We don’t need to jump in the water
to know that it’s just an illusion
unless we prefer to live a lie.”
Dartwill Aquila

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  1. sans palinurus / Sep 3 2014 8:28 pm

    Well said Fantelius, though perhaps including too many elements to remain as coherent as you would, I am sure, wish. It’s the thought that counts.

    • Fantelius / Sep 4 2014 3:59 am

      Thanks Sans. You’re probably right about too many elements. I’ll try to improve the points of the little arrows I shoot at the monsters.

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