WHERE DO ISRAEL’S BOMBS COME FROM?

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Posted on 28th July 2014 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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I’ll give you one guess. Always ask – Who Benefits? – whenever a new war is launched. Smedley Butler and Ron Paul know the answer.

“War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small “inside” group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.” - Smedley Butler

“It is no coincidence that the century of total war coincided with the century of central banking.” - Ron Paul

 

21 Comments
  1. Administrator says:

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    28th July 2014 at 10:27 am

  2. Stucky says:

    Yet, the Hypocritical States of Amerika will SCREAM & SHOUT that the Russians are supplying the Ukie “separatists” with a FEW heavy weapons to protect themselves.

    It’s embarrassing, being from this country.

    28th July 2014 at 12:04 pm

  3. BUCKHED says:

    Thanks Jim….I’ve been preaching Smedley Butler to everyone who will listen ( and buying his book for a dozen or folks to read ) .

    Look..the Jews have a secret weapon and if they choose to use it…the Arabs are toast .

    28th July 2014 at 12:42 pm

  4. T4C says:

    Palestinians Turn Smoke From Israeli Rocket Strikes Into Powerful Images

    “Several Palestinians have found their own way to grieve for the dead and to cope their strong emotions about the conflict – by drawing images that they see in the smoke rising from the sites of Israeli rocket strikes.”

    “We can only hope that the current violent confrontation between Israel and Palestine comes to an end as soon as possible, for the good of innocent civilians on both sides.”

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    http://www.boredpanda.com/palestine-israel-rocket-strike-smoke-art/

    28th July 2014 at 2:57 pm

  5. take that says:

    this is how israelis think of the US:

    29th July 2014 at 6:48 pm

  6. Sensetti says:

    God Damn T4C Israel is dropping fliers telling the civilians to pull back, Hamas is telling them to stand and face their enemy. Hamas needs the dead bodies for photo ops. How do you square that circle?

    29th July 2014 at 7:25 pm

  7. Nonanonymous says:

    “It’s embarrassing, being from this country.”

    And yet, he’s not going to do fuck all about it, except whine like a little bitch.

    29th July 2014 at 7:38 pm

  8. T4C says:

    Sensetti

    “Israel is dropping fliers telling the civilians to pull back…”

    Pull back to WHERE kind sir?

    Israel Creates ‘No Man’s Land’ in Gaza, Shrinking Strip by 40 Percent

    “This narrow strip of land that used to be called “the Gaza Strip,” already one of the more densely populated places on Earth, is growing dramatically smaller. The Israeli military… is driving people out of the 3-kilometer (1.8 mile) buffer zone it says it needs to protect against Hamas rockets and tunnels. According to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the buffer zone eats up about 44 percent of Gaza’s territory.”

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/07/28/as-israel-enforces-its-buffer-zone-gaza-shrinks-by-40-per-cent.html

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    Do you not see a problem Sensetti?

    *******

    “Hamas needs the dead bodies for photo ops. How do you square that circle?”

    I’m of the opinion that your statement was for effect. Maybe it wasn’t meant to be….but that’s how I’m interpreting it. You know as well as I that Hamas is not printing out photos and passing them around to grief-stricken Palestinians, along with artist charcoal, and saying, “Here, make a nice picture.”

    There are artists in every walk-of-life. Palestinians are no exception. I am an artist at heart. I fully understand the need to express oneself….whether it be out of pain, or out of joy. The release of unbearable emotional tension is surely better served by drawing on paper…..than by shooting a missile.

    That’s how I square that circle.

    29th July 2014 at 8:02 pm

  9. Sensetti says:

    T4c you are smarter than that. Hamas can’t beat Israel head to head that’s why they continue to launch rockets from cilivan centers, count dead bodies after Israel hits that site. Hamas is trying to win the war in public opinion. That’s why they keep lobbing rockets at Israel.
    Let me ask you this. If Israel goes balls to the wall full blown all out. How long would it take them to annihilate every man woman and child in the Gaza Strip?
    You shoot at my house, I’am bringing my A game.

    29th July 2014 at 8:24 pm

  10. Sensetti says:

    Hey I have no dog in this fight and really don’t give a fuck. Hamas fights like a bunch of pussies. Man the fuck up and go take the land if you think it’s yours. If not sit down and shut the fuck up. Don’t put your women and kids out front.

    29th July 2014 at 8:29 pm

  11. llpoh says:

    Israel has lost the publicity war. I suspect that will make them much more aggressive as time goes by.

    I agree with Sensetti. Hamas called the tune, and now they get to dance.

    Not my problem either way. I could care less whether Israel survives or not. If it is going to survive it will need to eradicate Hamas. Hamas and its successors will never stop. I figure they win the war of attrition.

    Stop sending both sides money. The US sends $3 billion a year to Israel, who uses it to arm themselves and fight in Gaza. The US then sends hundreds of millions in relief aid to Gaza.

    Seriously, you cannot make this shit up.

    29th July 2014 at 9:27 pm

  12. Sensetti says:

    Llpoh
    Jews control the Central Banks of the World. The flow of money to Israel will never stop short of World banking collapse, which could happen I suppose.

    29th July 2014 at 9:53 pm

  13. T4C says:

    Sensetti: Agreed that in light it being an asymmetrical clusterfuck, Hamas’s chances don’t look good. Even if they did make substantial gains. In short order Israel would then put the kibosh on that by going to DEFCON 1 Lite (not putting the Nuclear card on the table) meaning they’d pull out all stops by using their “This Shit Has Got To End” munitions.

    Don’t quite grasp what you mean that Hamas ‘fights like a bunch of pussies’. Are they not battling from, comparatively speaking, a markedly confined space, i.e. Gaza? Not a whole lot of wiggle room for secreting their stash of weapons. Doesn’t excuse using women and children as shields IF….that is in fact what they are doing. The maxims in any war, from both sides is, “Our shit don’t stink”, “We don’t lie”, “They started it!”. And btw, the Zionists of Israel are not above “sacrificing their own” when it comes to the means justifying the end.

    If Hamas had the ‘killing cache’ Israel’s IDS does I would think they then would “Man the fuck up and go take the land.”

    American male:

    “You shoot at my house, I am bringing my A game.”

    Israeli male:

    אתה יורה על הבית שלי, אני מביא את המשחק שלי.

    Palestinian male:

    تبادل لاطلاق النار في بيتي، أنا أحمل بلدي لعبة

    ************

    “Let me ask you this. If Israel goes balls to the wall full blown all out. How long would it take them to annihilate every man woman and child in the Gaza Strip?”

    ‘balls to the wall full blown all out’ to me would indicate DEFCON 1 – Nuke card played. Annihilation in 3…2…1

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    29th July 2014 at 10:06 pm

  14. Irak says:

    T4C’s map of Gaza is enlightning.

    Do you relaize that Gaza has a 25 mile Mediterranean Sea coastline?

    Why don’ those towelheads set up beach resorts, establish Club Med playgrounds, and build casinos to attract European tourists. Then Hamas, the rocket builders, the tunnel builders, and those who want to kill Jews and conquer Israel, would have some more meaningful occupation.

    Of course you never hear that from Mohammed’s minions and the ones who hate Israel and us for our freedoms.

    29th July 2014 at 10:28 pm

  15. T4C says:

    What is enlightening is that a little research can be enlightening.

    Gaza Strip

    Israel’s control of the airspace and the territorial waters of the Gaza Strip

    Published: 1 Jan 2013

    The disengagement plan states: “Israel will hold sole control of Gaza airspace and will continue to carry out military activity in the waters of the Gaza Strip.” Therefore, Israel continues to maintain exclusive control of Gaza’s airspace and the territorial waters, just as it has since it occupied the Gaza Strip in 1967.

    Control of the airspace enables Israel, among other things, to monitor the actions on the ground, and to interfere with radio and TV broadcasts. Control of the waters enables Israel, for example, to limit the activity of Gaza fishermen.

    Due to Israel’s control of Gaza’s air and sea space, the Palestinian Authority cannot, on its own initiative, operate a seaport or airport. This situation infringes the right to freedom of movement to and from Gaza and impairs the ability of Gazans to carry out foreign trade.

    Control of territorial waters

    While there is no fence along Gaza’s coastline, residents do not have open access to the sea. Palestinians wanting to go to sea need to request a permit from Israel, and those who obtain a permit are restricted in the distance they can go from shore. Israeli patrol boats have at times fired at boats that exceeded the distance allowed.

    In the Interim Agreement, signed by Israel and the PLO, Israel agreed to allow fishing boats from Gaza to go some twenty nautical miles (about thirty-seven kilometers) from the coastline (except for a few areas, to which they were prohibited entry). In practice, Israel did not issue permits to all applicants, and allowed fishing up to a distance of no more than twelve nautical miles. Following the disengagement, Israel reduced the fishing area even more, and since the abduction of the soldier Gilad Shalit, on 25 June 2006, fishermen have not been allowed to go further than three nautical miles from shore. As a result, the fishing sector in Gaza, which provides a livelihood to many families and is an important source of food for residents of the area, suffered a harsh blow.

    In the agreements signed by the parties since the beginning of the Oslo peace process, the sides repeatedly agreed to work toward building and operating a seaport in Gaza. In the summer of 2000, infrastructure work for the port began, but in October of that year, following the outbreak of the second intifada, Israel bombed the seaport construction site. As a result, the donor states ceased funding the project, and no work has been done on the seaport since then. In the AMA of November 2005, mentioned above, Israel agreed to allow renewal of the construction work. Moreover, in order to assure that foreign donors and investors would be willing to invest in the project, Israel promised that it would not strike the port again and would cooperate in establishing the security and other arrangements needed to operate it. To date, no action has been taken in this matter.

    http://www.btselem.org/gaza_strip/control_on_air_space_and_territorial_waters

    29th July 2014 at 10:48 pm

  16. Sensetti says:

    T4c Israel could wipe Gaza out from the air without nukes in less than a 48 hour period. All I am saying is they are showing restraint compared to what it could be. How you might ask? Hit water supply, electric generation, sewer plants and all forms of critical infrastructure. Then just sit back and watch them implode on their own. That’s most likely what’s going on anyway. Whoever controls the airspace over the battlefield is in control. I don’t think Hamas even owns one plane so what’s their plan. Show dead children and try to win world support. Men that fight wars in that fashion are pussies in my book.

    29th July 2014 at 10:49 pm

  17. Sensetti says:

    Wow you posted what I was typing. Israel owns the airspace. Hamas will not win

    29th July 2014 at 10:52 pm

  18. Sensetti says:

    My work here is done. See Ya.

    29th July 2014 at 11:04 pm

  19. T4C says:

    “Israel could wipe Gaza out from the air without nukes in less than a 48 hour period. All I am saying is they are showing restraint compared to what it could be. How you might ask? Hit water supply, electric generation, sewer plants and all forms of critical infrastructure. Then just sit back and watch them implode on their own.”

    Sensetti…..luv….this was your question:

    How long would it take them to annihilate every man woman and child in the Gaza Strip?

    I answered it correctly. The 48 hour scenario would not render annihilation. There would be global interference. Either scenario would bring unmanageable blowback for Israel.

    “I don’t think Hamas even owns one plane….Israel owns the airspace. Hamas will not win.” That’s called a non-starter.

    “Show dead children and try to win world support. Men that fight wars in that fashion are pussies in my book.”

    Crying “Anti-semite!” at the drop of a hat, while not as bloody, on some level accomplishes the same goal, and is just as cowardly.

    fyi….Israel also displays their dead for the world to see.

    Look, your sentiments are drawn more to the Israelis, mine are drawn more to the Palestinians. For me, or you, to say we really don’t give a fuck is disingenuous of both of us. If neither of us in truth gave a fuck even on a superficial level, this back-and-forth wouldn’t occur.

    I leave the debate with ‘agreeing to disagree’. I enjoyed the conversation. Good night.

    29th July 2014 at 11:51 pm

  20. Zarathustra says:

    The answer for the short term is to arm Hamas with more sophisticated weapons so that they can target the israeli military specifically, if they use them to target civilians, then you can blame them and lump them with the israelis.

    30th July 2014 at 12:58 am

  21. Nonanonymous says:

    Z, your stupidity never ceases to astound. Hamas has been getting weapons from Russia/Iran/Syria for some time. That’s why Israel controls the air and sea around Gaza.

    Letting your enemy gain access to more sophisticated weapons? They already target civilians with suicide bombers.

    5th August 2014 at 1:13 pm

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