31 Jan 2019

Inhuman Jewish IDF Beat More Detained Goyim And Shiksas And Made One's Son Watch For Fun

Jewish Israeli Death Forces IDF punched detainees
and hit them with sharp objects while they were handcuffed and blindfolded, and then forced the
son to watch his father severely beaten
Ha’aretz: Israeli soldiers beat a detained Palestinian and made his son watch: 5 Indicted for abuseOne of the Jewish suspects in the beating of detained Palestinians, January 2019.Moti Milrod, from Ha’aretz
By Yani Kuborich: Israel’s military indicted on Thursday a military commander and five soldiers for beating two Palestinian detainees they had arrested.
According to the charge sheet filed with the military court, the soldiers slapped the two detainees, a father and his son, punched them and hit them with sharp objects, while they were handcuffed and blindfolded.
The charge sheet further details that the soldiers took the blindfold off of the son’s eyes and forced him to watch them beat his father, whose ribs and nose were broken. The soldiers are said to have made “calls of joy and boasting” during the abuse, which they also documented.
The actions of the soldiers, charged with abuse and aggravated assault, resulted in severe injuries. One of the detainees was so badly pummeled that he could not be immediately questioned following the incident and required medical care.

Manginas (Male Feminists) Of Tinder ~ Try Not To Cringe

"Now is the ga[o]d damned time!"

Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide ~ From The Jews

Where can you hide when you can’t run?
By Ola Mousa: This is the question Gaza’s two million inhabitants ask themselves after every Jewish Israeli assault. 
It was the question Abdallah Zaid, 45, last asked himself in November when a bombing raid came perilously close to his home in the Nasser neighborhood of Gaza City.
It was evening when a neighbor came and advised Abdallah and his family – spouse Naila and seven children – to evacuate their home. They feared that the building next door, home to the Hamas-affiliated al-Aqsa TV station, was going to be a target for Israeli missiles.
They were right. On 12 November, Israel launched an intense bombing campaign a day after a raid into Gaza – apparently an intelligence gathering mission – had gone dramatically wrong.
In total, Israeli missiles hit more than 70 targets over the next day or so, including residential buildings, a hotel and the TV station, before a new ceasefire was called on 13 November.
As usual, residents in targeted neighborhoods were sent scrambling for safety. And as always they wondered: where to go?

Surveillance, Political Threats, Daily Discrimination: What It’s Like To Be A Goy Citizen In The Jewish Apartheid State

Palestinian citizens of Jewish apartheid state Israel are constantly reminded of the fragility and conditionality of our second-class Israeli citizenship, and the illegitimacy of our Palestinian identity – and that’s amplified as elections approach.
The Palestinian identity of Israeli citizens is conceptualized as a perpetual threat precisely because it resists the constant revisionist efforts of the state. By virtue of existing, Palestinians contest the erasure of their own narratives and histories.
Surveillance, Political Threats, Daily Discrimination: What It’s Like to Be a Palestinian Citizen in IsraelCollection of Israeli portraits by the artist Ronel Fisher at Tel Aviv University, May 2015. Credit: Moti Milrod
By Anwar Mhajne: The Israeli elections are approaching, and with them, as a Palestinian citizen of Israel, the question of citizenship and belonging is amplified more forcefully than ever.
Those questions are especially poignant given the passage of Israel’s discriminatory Jewish Nation State Law. This law is a key issue in the elections – for those who support it wholeheartedly for those in opposition political parties who call to amend or scrap it.

The Anti-Feminist Professor - Janice Fiamengo

Janice Fiamengo (Professor at University of Ottawa) joins Dave Ruben to discuss how the idea of the University has been destroyed, the ‘crisis’ in masculinity, why she calls herself an “anti-feminist,” the #MeToo movement, and more.

The Jewish Lobby USA - Parts 3 & 4

Red Fight: To get unprecedented access to the Israel lobby’s inner workings, undercover reporter “Tony” posed as a pro-Israel volunteer in Washington. The resulting film exposes the efforts of Israel and its lobbyists to spy on, smear and intimidate US citizens who support Palestinian human rights, especially BDS– the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. It shows that Israel’s semi-covert black-ops government agency, the Ministry of Strategic Affairs, is operating this effort in collusion with an extensive network of US-based organizations. These include the Israel on Campus Coalition, The Israel Project and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

Project Fear: Peak Davos & The Brexit Iceberg Dead Ahead

'Faux democracy may be a flawed and dangerous form of government, but every once in a while it has its uses. 
And it is most useful when the crock of shit our representatives are selling us as a plate of foie gras is so horrible we can’t hold our nose and eat it anymore.'
Authored by Tom Luongo: This is the attitude of those opposed to it. Any real separation of the U.K. from the European Union would result in a catastrophe which knows no bounds.
They have ratcheted up Project Fear to the point now of saying there will be food shortages and permanent supply problems for fresh fruit if a hard Brexit occurs.
Things like this defy all reason. They are based on the stupidest interpretation of how humans react to changing situations. It is like saying the only potential suppliers for the U.K. of certain fruits and vegetables are those from the European Union.

How Did Israeli Elections Get So Racist?

Murdering Palestinians attracts Jewish voters
Jewish Israeli politicians all seem to share a platform plank of vitriol and threats toward Palestinians. Their campaign ads are full of mocking, insults and accusations against Palestinians. It’s been like this for years and it’s worse now than ever. And it’s not good for Israel.
How Did Israeli Elections Get So Racist?
Head of the Zionist Union political party Avi Gabbay leads a faction meeting in the Knesset in Jerusalem on March 12, 2018. (Miriam Alster/FLASH90) 
By Elizabeth Tsurkov: A disturbing new trend has emerged in the political ads of the Israeli elections. Campaign ads seem to be competing over which candidate has killed the most Palestinians.
These ads are horrifying. But they also tell us a lot about what — and who — is at stake in the current elections.