Israel Rules

Israel Rules

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  • Zionstopper says:

    Iran has been the victim of more terrorist attacks than any other Islamic country. Iran is a much, much safer place for women than America; in America, FBI statistics show that an American woman is raped every 15 seconds……beaten every 30 seconds…..killed daily; conversely, in Iran, the stats are diametrically opposite of the U.S. rape/murder/assault stats…..yet the U.S.-Zionist media show pics of burka’d women with the Zionist caption/concept: “They want freedom…we gotta free these women from Burkas and Islam. We gotta McDonaldize these poor, unsuspecting women.”

    Iranian women and children get to walk the streets at night without fear of rape or assault. Try to find a major American city like that.

    The U.S. and Israeli guvmints pre-suppose and conduct themselves as if:

    1. Islamic terrorists and the entire Islamic world have no legititmate complaint(s) against the U.S.-Israeli Killing Machine;

    2. There is no such thing as achieving peace with these Islamic terrorists; it’s not possible;

    3. The right thing to do is to exterminate each and every Islamic who rises up against U.S.-Israeli foreign policy and murder.

    4. Palestinians possess an Air Force, Navy, Marines, Army, Special Forces, cruise missles, Sikorsky attack helicopters, armored personnel carriers, M1A1 tanks, etc.,

    …..motherfuck the Zionist-controlled Obama. Obama is like a tumbleweed blowin’ in the wind, and the Zionists are blowin’a hurricane on Obama……….Obama was the first President in U.S. history to call for the end of settlement construction in the West Bank while in office; that’s as far as Obama is going…..otherwise, it’s bomb, bomb, bomb Islam and all the ole neocon talking points are alive and well in Obama’s brain.

    .r o n

  • Zionstopper says:

    Israel is accusing Iran of doing what Israel did with regard to Israel claiming “peaceful purposes” in building nuclear reactors.

    President Kennedy’s 5 July, 1963 Letter to Israel’s Prime Minister

    Dear Mr. Prime Minister [Eshkol]:
    It gives me great personal pleasure to extend congratulations as you assume your responsibilities as Prime Minister of Israel. You have our friendship and best wishes in your new tasks. It is on one of these that I am writing you at this time.

    You are aware, I am sure, of the exchange which I had with Prime Minister Ben-Gurion concerning American visits to Israel’s nuclear facility at Dimona. Most recently, the Prime Minister wrote to me on May 27. His words reflected a most intense personal consideration of a problem that I know is not easy for your Government, as it is not for mine. We welcomed the former Prime Minister’s strong reaffirmation that Dimona will be devoted exclusively to peaceful purposes and the reaffirmation also of Israel’s willingness to permit periodic visits to Dimona.

    I regret having to add to your burdens so soon after your assumption of office, but I feel the crucial importance of this problem necessitates my taking up with you at this early date certain further considerations, arising out of Mr. Ben-Gurion’s May 27 letter, as to the nature and scheduling of such visits.

    I am sure you will agree that these visits should be as nearly as possible in accord with international standards, thereby resolving all doubts as to the peaceful intent of the Dimona project. As I wrote Mr. Ben-Gurion, this Government’s commitment to and support of Israel could be seriously jeopardized if it should be thought that we were unable to obtain reliable information on a subject as vital to the peace as the question of Israel’s effort in the nuclear field.

    Therefore, I asked our scientists to review the alternative schedules of visits we and you had proposed. If Israel’s purposes are to be clear beyond reasonable doubt, I believe that the schedule which would best serve our common purposes would be a visit early this summer, another visit in June 1964, and thereafter at intervals of six months. I am sure that such a schedule should not cause you any more difficulty than that which Mr. Ben-Gurion proposed in his May 27 letter. It would be essential, and I understand that Mr. Ben-Gurion’s letter was in accord with this, that our scientist have access to all areas of the Dimona site and to any related part of the complex, such as fuel fabrication facilities or plutonium separation plant, and that sufficient time to be allotted for a thorough examination.

    Knowing that you fully appreciate the truly vital significance of this matter to the future well-being of Israel, to the United States, and internationally, I am sure our carefully considered request will have your most sympathetic attention.


    John F. Kennedy

    (July 5, 1963)

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