The Case Against Frances Black’s Boycott Bill.

Barroso

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Your notion of a massacre seems to be that every time Israel gows on the defense it's a massacre.

No, Israel has the obligation to protect its citizens from hamas rockets, and hamas is to blame for any dead.
No, the Israeli zioNazis are to blame for each and every murder they have committed. Which run into the thousands, tens of thousands; perhaps hundreds of thousands when you take in all those who died in the Nakba and its aftermath.
Israel is a criminal state, and in my eyes you are an accessory to their crimes, as you consistently and constantly defend their murders, massacres and other crimes.
Not only is Israel a criminal state, it is criminally insane, and if the hasbarists who write here are anything to go by, many of it's supporters are too.
 


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Hamas sacrificed their own people - hardly a massacre.

Your notion of a massacre seems to be that every time Israel gows on the defense it's a massacre.

No, Israel has the obligation to protect its citizens from hamas rockets, and hamas is to blame for any dead.
The argument about people "sacrificing their own people" is one that Putin used after the murder of Boris Nemtsov.
 

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No, the Israeli zioNazis are to blame for each and every murder they have committed. Which run into the thousands, tens of thousands; perhaps hundreds of thousands when you take in all those who died in the Nakba and its aftermath.
Israel is a criminal state, and in my eyes you are an accessory to their crimes, as you consistently and constantly defend their murders, massacres and other crimes.
Not only is Israel a criminal state, it is criminally insane, and if the hasbarists who write here are anything to go by, many of it's supporters are too.

The basic distortion of historical facts is much more important than focusing on what is in essence an antisemitic scent rising from your posts.

The balestinazis ahve ethnically cleansed the Jews long before the nazis started their exterminations. The Fatah and hamas of today are the followers of the nazi era mufti, the friend of hitler.

Now numbers: out of the Jews 22,000 died till now, out of the arabs 48,000 died.

The war of independence was their attempt at genocide. They failed, and started whining. Today they found a better way - they turned themselves to the victims.

They are not. All the blood bath in this conflict is on their heads. They caused the pogroms and wars of 1920, 1921, 1929, 1936-1939, 1947-1949, 1967, 1973, 1981, 1987-1992, 2000-2002, 2009, 2012, 2014.

The support the Irish leftistics give to the balestinazi ideology is not just in money, it's also a political support, and just like the shelter Ireland used to be for nazi criminals, it's today a safe haven to pro-palestinazi, shameless antisemites.
 

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They are not. All the blood bath in this conflict is on their heads. They caused the pogroms and wars of 1920, 1921, 1929, 1936-1939, 1947-1949, 1967, 1973, 1981, 1987-1992, 2000-2002, 2009, 2012, 2014.
And you talk about distortion.

The problem with your thesis - such as it is - is that the violence was caused by the immigration of thousands of Europeans who colonised an already thickly populated land and proceded to dispossess the people living there.

Doubtless you will be back with your usual nonsense about the Palestinians arriving from somewhere else. Even if this was true which it isn't the fact is that they were in Palestine before the European colonists arrived.
In very simple words: regardless of where they came from and how long they were there, the Palestinians were in Palestine before the immigrants from Europe arrived.
That's simple to understand isn't it?

And don't come back with tales written in ancient books about a skyfairy; Ireland today doesn't believe in it.
 

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The victim blaming is sinister and echoos through a time we cant mention for fear of offending our sensitive Israeli guests
 

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The victim blaming is sinister and echoos through a time we cant mention for fear of offending our sensitive Israeli guests
You mean the Nazi's, don't you? 🤔
 

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The basic distortion of historical facts is much more important than focusing on what is in essence an antisemitic scent rising from your posts.

The balestinazis ahve ethnically cleansed the Jews long before the nazis started their exterminations. The Fatah and hamas of today are the followers of the nazi era mufti, the friend of hitler.

Now numbers: out of the Jews 22,000 died till now, out of the arabs 48,000 died.

The war of independence was their attempt at genocide. They failed, and started whining. Today they found a better way - they turned themselves to the victims.

They are not. All the blood bath in this conflict is on their heads. They caused the pogroms and wars of 1920, 1921, 1929, 1936-1939, 1947-1949, 1967, 1973, 1981, 1987-1992, 2000-2002, 2009, 2012, 2014.

The support the Irish leftistics give to the balestinazi ideology is not just in money, it's also a political support, and just like the shelter Ireland used to be for nazi criminals, it's today a safe haven to pro-palestinazi, shameless antisemites.
No the war of 1948 was their war against being denied self determination. The Jewish state boundaries proposed back then would have put 390,000 Arabs into Israel, which would have had only a 40,000 Jewish majority. It would have been like the partition of Ireland except with an almost 50:50 population instead of a 2-1 Protestant one.
 

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And you talk about distortion.

The problem with your thesis - such as it is - is that the violence was caused by the immigration of thousands of Europeans who colonised an already thickly populated land and proceded to dispossess the people living there.

Doubtless you will be back with your usual nonsense about the Palestinians arriving from somewhere else. Even if this was true which it isn't the fact is that they were in Palestine before the European colonists arrived.
In very simple words: regardless of where they came from and how long they were there, the Palestinians were in Palestine before the immigrants from Europe arrived.
That's simple to understand isn't it?

And don't come back with tales written in ancient books about a skyfairy; Ireland today doesn't believe in it.
You thoroughly avoid the words "Jews" and "Jewish". It says a lot.
 

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And you talk about distortion.

The problem with your thesis - such as it is - is that the violence was caused by the immigration of thousands of Europeans who colonised an already thickly populated land and proceded to dispossess the people living there.

Doubtless you will be back with your usual nonsense about the Palestinians arriving from somewhere else. Even if this was true which it isn't the fact is that they were in Palestine before the European colonists arrived.
In very simple words: regardless of where they came from and how long they were there, the Palestinians were in Palestine before the immigrants from Europe arrived.
That's simple to understand isn't it?

And don't come back with tales written in ancient books about a skyfairy; Ireland today doesn't believe in it.
The arab mobs who orchestrated the pogroms a hundred years ago are immigrants who came here or were brought here during the 19th century.

They had no right to murder jews, though you and your pals think they had all the right to murder, mutilate, burn, stab slaughter, stone or just kill jews for fun

If there is a fairytale it's the one the so called "balastinian" people tell. There has never been such a people in history. It's an invention

The myth that European jews were colonisers fits the leftistics virtual reality they live in, when it comes to the arab israeli conflict.

Luckily, you represent the leftistic ireland, and not the sane irish who know something or two about human decency!
 

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No the war of 1948 was their war against being denied self determination. The Jewish state boundaries proposed back then would have put 390,000 Arabs into Israel, which would have had only a 40,000 Jewish majority. It would have been like the partition of Ireland except with an almost 50:50 population instead of a 2-1 Protestant one.
Self determination?

What self determination - they didn't have one. They were southern Syrian s or Jordanian.

There was no balastinian people.

The fact a fabricated people with a fabricated narrative take all your time day and night is telling
 

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You thoroughly avoid the words "Jews" and "Jewish". It says a lot.
I don't talk about the religion of the people who colonised the Americas or Australia and NZ either.
So what's your point?
 

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The myth that European jews were colonisers fits the leftistics virtual reality they live in, when it comes to the arab israeli conflict.
So if they weren't colonists, did they just overstay their holiday visas?
 

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No. They came back home.

Unlike the arab immigrants who came here looking for an improvement in their economic life, and had no connection to this land
Home infers you had been there before.

But its interesting you deny them the same rights you give others, strictly based on ethnicity. Whats the word for that again?
 

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Actually, it's them who didn't accept anyone who's not arabic speaking sunni muslim.

Find a word for that
And if someone comes on defending that I will take them to task. Instead you are stating a right for one group you exclude another from, while denying them even an existence as a beople
 

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No. They came back home.

Unlike the arab immigrants who came here looking for an improvement in their economic life, and had no connection to this land
No they didn't. They weren't from Palestine in the first place; they were Europeans.
In the meantime, you Israelis contine to murder people you whose land you took from them.
 

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I don't deny anyone anything.

They can define themselves as they wish, but they can not invent their history on our account.

They have enough place to live, and if they don't try to commit more genocidal acts against jews in this land, i dont see why not live in peace with them.

The problem is that they dont want peace, they want our extermination, and no whataboutery would change their innate antisemitism and hatred.

As long as one holds the persuasion that jews have no place in judea and Samaria, and wants to create a judenrein balastine, this same person has no moral basis to tell israelis they are wrong, racist, fascist, you name it.

It's very simple - someone who wants judenrein or the elimination of the jewish state in its zionist form doesnt accept that jews have the right to self determination, and that's either hypocrisy in its worst display or antisemitism
 

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No they didn't. They weren't from Palestine in the first place; they were Europeans.
In the meantime, you Israelis contine to murder people you whose land you took from them.
Jews lived in the middle East long before your ancestors emigrated from continental Europe to the island if Ireland

We don't need your approval to live here, or come back to our homeland, where judaism started

It's only natural that jews live in their ancient land
 


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