Is Irish Left comparable with Nazi Ideology?


yanshuf

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Last week the extreme leftistic antizionist organisation of Betselem published a report that attacks the Israeli Supreme Court.

Now the daily Israel Hayom has revealed the documents of the secret agreement between this antisemitic organisation and the Dutch government that asked and paid for this report. In these documents the Dutch gave directions of what conditions it wants to create.

According to the agreement, Betselem got no less than 176 million Euros to write a report that would include criticism (to say the least) of the Israeli Supreme Court, under the title of the Expulsion of Balestinian communities from their lands!!!
 

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The Jerusalem Post is a rabidly nationalistic pro Likud publication. And the Ministry of Strategic Affairs is well known for its propaganda against the BDS movement.

Regarding this article, I would point out that during the NI conflict, there were also organisations pushing for the release of IRA and Loyalist prisoners - and indeed their release was part of the final peace deal.

...Salah Hammouri – a convicted PFLP terrorist who attempted to assassinate former chief rabbi Ovadia Yosef in 2005 and was released as part of the deal to free Gilad Shalit from Hamas captivity – is a field worker at Addameer, an organization promoting BDS.

Mustapha Awad, a Hezbollah-trained PFLP member, is part of the US-based NGO Samidoun, which coordinates with the PFLP to secure the release of Palestinian terrorists from prison, and supports BDS and the ongoing riots on the Gaza border. He has since been arrested for facilitating terror funding and ties with Hezbollah..........
I wonder what the Jerusalem Post would have said about groups seeking the release of the King David Hotel bombers? There is a clear double standard between how Palestinian militants are treated compared to violent Jewish settlers whose exploits are all over the internet.
 

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Nonsense.

The King David Hotel bombers targeted first and foremost the British army headquarters. It's a legitimate target.

That wasn't a terrorist attack, it was an attack during a militarized conflict, just like the war that ensued.

What wasn't legitimate was the attacks on Jewish residential areas, and the arab genocidal attempt that opened the war of independence.
 

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Tony Blair: How is antisemitism in Labour Party tolerated? - International news - Jerusalem Post


Former UK Prime Minister and Labour Party Leader Tony Blair criticized the party for its heavy use of antisemitic rhetoric in a Sky News interview on Sunday, asking, "How can we say it's tolerable to have a certain level of antisemitism?"
Blair was referring to the current Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn, who has on numerous occasions spoken and acted in an antisemitic manner: Laying a wreath for one of the 1972 Munich Olympics terrorists, claiming the EU only supports Israel because of the Holocaust, repeatedly supporting and later denying support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, to name a few.
The Irish leftistics are just the same.

It shows to what degree the leftistic-minded politicians on both sides of the Irish sea have deteriorated.
 

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The Jerusalem Post is a rabidly nationalistic pro Likud publication. And the Ministry of Strategic Affairs is well known for its propaganda against the BDS movement.

Regarding this article, I would point out that during the NI conflict, there were also organisations pushing for the release of IRA and Loyalist prisoners - and indeed their release was part of the final peace deal.



I wonder what the Jerusalem Post would have said about groups seeking the release of the King David Hotel bombers? There is a clear double standard between how Palestinian militants are treated compared to violent Jewish settlers whose exploits are all over the internet.
Part of Jewish supremacism is the belief that it is wrong to draw comparisons between Jews and anyone else. Nothing annoys Judaeo-Nazis more than they question to them how they would react to the situation if they were indigenous Palestinian.
 

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Antisemites don't like this tag, it stigmatizes them. So they need something that will make them feel good about themselves.

That's how their obsession about Israel starts.

First, they have reservations about Israeli responses, then they think that Israel's control of Judea and Samaria is wrong, then they think that the Jews should not act so violently, then the Jews are not the chosen one, and then, of course, they are the new nazis, and should be boycotted.

That summarizes the evolution of the antisemite from the moment he starts posting in here to the moment he dares writing his own opinion.

And of course the end justifies the means: to get rid of the Jewish existence in the land of israel, they use big words like abartheid and ethnic cleansing.

But they never cope with real historical facts, like that the first and only ethnic cleansings that were committed were against the jews and not against the so called balestinians.

That's why they lie, lie to themselves, and lie to everyone else, as they can't cope with the truth.

Chara toney is of no difference - he is obsessed about Israel, and he lies, and lies and lies to everyone, and of course, to himself.

When does he intend to stop lying?

No one knows.

A simple comparison arises from his post, simplistic, but one that has to be coped: Israel and the right wing governments in Europe, and in general vs. Israeli FC NGO's that get paid by EU tax money.

And as Israelis see it, it's very simple too: as long as the said government doesn't support the destruction of Israel, by deeds, and not by words, then they are welcome.

The Irish government has been saying that it doesn't seek the destruction of Israel, but it acts in the opposite way, and supports antizionist organisations, it supports BDSM and last, but very important, it finances convicted terrorists in Israeli jails.

So, should Israel be thrilled to have a friend like Ireland and throw away its relations with more friendly regimes?

Should it seek the friendship of Corbyn, who seeks its destruction? Should it seek the friendship of Goebbels too?
 

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So you take back your admiration to Hamas leaders?





Well its a big improvement on the 1990s when I despised them for suicide bombings in the middle of streets. They are hardly killing anyone now - certainly very few compared to the IDF stormtroopers.
 

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Well its a big improvement on the 1990s when I despised them for suicide bombings in the middle of streets. They are hardly killing anyone now - certainly very few compared to the IDF stormtroopers.
So you really haven't answered my question.

Not surprised. I think you are a little bit divided inside about your feelings towards Hamas.

On the one side you admire them for their "armed resistance", on the other you are scared of their hatred towards the glbtq community.

It turns out that the more the organisation is scary the more you admire its leaders.
 

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So you're not about to give up your admiration to a terrorist organisation that haunts LGBTQ's (if any exist anymore in Gaza), as long as it pursues its hostilities towards Israel!

Lovely!
 
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