More Arab violence - no red (green) lines.

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More info. from the arab world that puts the leftistics and their attitude towards Israel in a ridiculous light.

At least 100 people were killed in Sudan since the military started to disperse the crowds in Khartoum. There are atrocities carried out there, but who cares, hey, there are Palestinians.
Socialist Alternative Sudan (the sister party of the Socialist Party in Sudan) are actively participating in the mass uprising against the Sudanese regime.

Sudan: Counter-revolution rears its ugly head

Socialist Alternative Sudan - البديل الاشتراكي السودان


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This week saw more blood shed in Syria, Suda, Lybia, Egypt, Iraq, Yemen and other parts of the arab world.

How much did we hear about it?

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How many times did we read a post with the word Israel? more than 50, to say the least.

Just to remind us: more than 750,000 dead in Syria, 4000 so called balastinians amongst them.

No flotilla is going to sail there, and Frances Black is not going to be shedding tears on the bad fate of the refugees.
 

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This week saw more blood shed in Syria, Suda, Lybia, Egypt, Iraq, Yemen and other parts of the arab world.

How much did we hear about it?

0

How many times did we read a post with the word Israel? more than 50, to say the least.

Just to remind us: more than 750,000 dead in Syria, 4000 so called balastinians amongst them.

No flotilla is going to sail there, and Frances Black is not going to be shedding tears on the bad fate of the refugees.
Yeah but the JOOOOOOS!!!!
 

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Socialist Alternative Sudan (the sister party of the Socialist Party in Sudan)
Imagine being so steeped in an ideology that you could look at Sudan and immediately conclude that no: It's not tribalism, religious extremism, endemic corruption, the complete lack of law and order, the complete lack of social cohesion, the complete lack of social trust that's the problem. No, comrades. The problem with Sudan is the lack of people wanting to construct a country based on a 100-times-proven-wrong 19th century European political ideal. That's the problem.

OK, so it didn't work in Soviet Union Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (1922–1991) Mongolia Mongolian People's Republic (1924–1992) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1943–1992) Bulgaria People's Republic of Bulgaria (1946–1990) Albania People's Socialist Republic of Albania (1946–1992) Poland Polish People's Republic (1947–1989)
Romania Socialist Republic of Romania (1947–1989) Czechoslovakia Czechoslovak Socialist Republic (1948–1990) North Korea Democratic People's Republic of Korea (1948–1992) Hungary Hungarian People's Republic (1949–1989) East Germany German Democratic Republic (1949–1990) People's Democratic Republic of Yemen People's Democratic Republic of Yemen (1967–1990) Somalia Somali Democratic Republic (1969–1991) Republic of the Congo People's Republic of the Congo (1969–1992) Ethiopia Provisional Military Government of Socialist Ethiopia (1974–1987)
Mozambique People's Republic of Mozambique (1975–1990) Benin People's Republic of Benin (1975–1990) Angola People's Republic of Angola (1975–1992)
Madagascar Democratic Republic of Madagascar (1975–1992) Afghanistan Democratic Republic of Afghanistan (1978–1992) Grenada People's Revolutionary Government of Grenada (1979–1983) Cambodia People's Republic of Kampuchea (1979–1989) Ethiopia People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (1987–1991)
Burkina Faso National Council for the Revolution (1984–1987)...

... But it will certainly work in Sudan in 2019.
 

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Same people pretending to care about “oppressed” people in that dump, while ignoring all the other conflict zones in the world.
 

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No israel, no report - that's the leftistic policy on politics.ie:



"BEIRUT - Fifteen civilians, including six children and infants, were killed Saturday in airstrikes in northwest Syria, targeted for months now by deadly regime and Russian bombardment, a monitor said."
 

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From Socialist Alternative Sudan

Huge Protests Across Sudan
Despite the threats of violence from Hemedti and the generals, and despite a month-long internet shutdown, hundreds of thousands of people took part in a day of mass protests across Sudan on June 30 – a “miliyoniya” – a “Millions March” to demand the end of military rule. Huge demonstrations took place in the capital Khartoum, but also in many other towns and cities. This was echoed by a large international solidarity mobilization from the Sudanese diaspora.

The “Millions March” was a resounding success and has shown the determination of the Sudanese people to get rid of the military junta. It has also shown that the latter’s savage repression of the revolutionary movement has so far contributed to the masses’ courage and revolutionary willpower.

The success of these protests should be harnessed to push our advantage further. It should be seen as the beginning of a renewed, mass revolutionary offensive to bring them down once and for all.

After all this great struggle and revolutionary action, we must not accept the slightest concession from our basic demands. Do not listen to the weak voices that say we should “accept reality”! The revolutionary struggle is the only thing capable of creating the reality we need. The overwhelmingly majority of the Sudanese people reject any power-sharing deal with the “Council of Military Killers,” hence we have no reason to accept any agreement negotiated against our will that would go down that road.

Lessons of June 30
Why not use the momentum to campaign for a new general strike but this time coupling it with street demonstrations and occupations of workplaces? By waging a struggle to take control of the country’s economic activity, the working class can lay the ground for the economic and social revolution that is needed to transform the lives of the Sudanese people.

Even if the generals are forced out of their political niches, everything else will not suddenly improve overnight. Any government that defends the continuation of capitalism in Sudan will perpetuate and worsen the mass poverty and all the social ills which the Sudanese masses have revolted against, while leaving a handful of private capitalist bosses, landlords, and international creditors in effective control of the country’s wealth.

Hence the struggle has to continue unabated until a genuinely revolutionary government, made up of democratically elected representatives of the workers and the revolutionary people, can see the light of day. The tasks of the “resistance committees,” which have played an important role in organizing the movement, mobilizing in the neighborhoods, defending against the counter-revolution, etc, should be enlarged and coordinated on a wider level to prepare for that outcome. Those parts of the state forces who sided with the revolution and defended the revolutionaries during the first sit-in, the officers and soldiers of low ranks, should be called upon to build similar committees and link up with the revolution.

The SPA needs to:
  • Prepare for a new general strike, with mass protests and workplace occupations, as part of an agenda of escalating mobilisations until the fall of the junta.
  • Campaign for a revolutionary government, built through the bottom up by coordinating and structuring all the resistance committees into one national revolutionary council.
  • Campaign for the main assets and companies belonging to the old guard to be put under public ownership and democratic control of the workers and the people, to start organizing the democratic planning of the country’s resources, and the building of a socialist Sudan.
Long live the Sudanese revolution!

Socialist Alternative Sudan - البديل الاشتراكي السودان
 

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Wonderful news:


The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has ordered the Department for International Development (DFID) to disclose audit reports of accounts into which British grant money was transferred and allegedly used to pay salaries to convicted Palestinian terrorists.
What's remained is for the Irish government to disclose its own payments to balastinian terrorists in Israeli jails.
 

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The land was called ISRAEL long before the Romans decided to call it Syria Palestina after the Jewish revolt of AD43 so tell your Palestinian mates to urinate off back to wherever they came from be it Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon or Saudi Arabia. Oh they wont go there because they may be persecuted or even worse be made to behave.

Sick of people saying poor Palestine and Palestinians if they didn't import weapons in food and medicine shipments and actually listened to why they can't just destroy a country because they disagree with them, they might just get somewhere.
But but.....the Palestinians were there before the Jews......who were there before the Palestinians..

.....its sooooooo complicated...
 

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The nazi regime in ramallah indoctrinates its citizens to hate Jews.

That why we see so many young arabs radicalized and trying to murder Jews:


A police statement said that the two balastinians were underage, and that one more person who was in the vicinity of the event was wounded in his leg and evacuated to a hospital.
 

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Hopefully the I.D.F. are oiling their weapons and getting ready to teach these scum a lesson
"Oiling their weapons" :LOL:

I've no doubt they 'oil their weapons' regularly...
 

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Well, that's not surprising considering the incitement of the Balastinian Authority:


The Palestinian Authority was called to task for hate speech and antisemitism in its official statements and in its textbooks during the government’s first ever review by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination held in Geneva on Tuesday.
 

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It seems that the LGBTQs of Balastine are lucky, no one was shot dead yet by the regime! Unlike Gaza where they killed a gay commander.

The Palestinian Authority banned members of the Palestinian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community from carrying out any activities in the West Bank.

The ban came after the grassroots group Al-Qaws for Sexual & Gender Diversity in Palestinian Society (Arabic for “the bow”), which engages and supports Palestinians who identify as LGBTQ, was planning to hold a gathering for its members in Nablus at the end of the month. The group operates both in the West Bank and among Arab-Israelis.

Explaining the decision to ban the LGBTQ group from operating in PA-controlled areas, Luay Zreikat, spokesperson for the PA Police, said that such activities are “harmful to the higher values and ideals of Palestinian society.”

Zreikat said that the group’s activities were completely “unrelated to religions and Palestinian traditions and customs, especially in the city of Nablus.”

He accused unnamed “dubious parties” of working to “create discord and harm civic peace in Palestinian society.”

The PA police will chase those behind the LGBTQ group and see to it that they are brought to trial once they are arrested, Zreikat warned. He further appealed to Palestinians to report to the police about any person connected to the group.

In response, Al-Qaws condemned the police threat as “incitement,” and vowed to continue its work despite the serious challenges.

“The Palestinian police announcement about our activities is very unfortunate,” the group said. “It’s very strange that they are accusing us of being a suspicious entity working to take apart Palestinian society. Al-Qaws is a Palestinian organization that has been operating since 2001, and is carrying out educational and professional programs on sexual and gender diversity. We totally reject the attempt to create an atmosphere of prosecution and intimidation, as well threats of arrest.”

A member of Al-Qaws said that since the police announcement, he and his friends have received hundreds of threats and hate messages from Palestinians, especially through Facebook. “The attack on us is unprecedented,” he told The Jerusalem Post. “They are calling us traitors and corrupt people and many are calling for our execution. We are afraid for our lives.”
 


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