Paul Findley: Why they hate the U.S.

Paul Findley: Why they hate the U.S.

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One Response to “Paul Findley: Why they hate the U.S.”

  • Patriot says:

    Via Jeff Blankfort:
    Since it hasn’t been mentioned yet, today marks the 31st anniversary of Israel’s invasion of Lebanon in which, over the first few weeks, the Israeli Wehrmacht, 80,000 strong, invaded that country that had no army, of which to speak, while attacking it from the air with US F-15s and from the sea with Navy gunboats.

    At least 18,000 Lebanese and Palestinian civilians were killed and the refugee camps in the south such as Ain Helweh were leveled. The Israelis made free use of the free cluster bombs that they had been given by the US until the level of the death and maiming caused by them forced Reagan to stop further shipments. (Later, in East Jerusalem, I would take photos of six Palestinian children who had been victimized by the Ziosadists and were being fitted for prostheses in a Palestinian hospital. The six children had been left with a total of two legs.)

    The war crimes of Israel that year under the direction of Begin and Sharon have, unfortunately, been forgotten as people have focused on the massacre at Sabra and Shatila which was carried out by the Falange in September ’82, with considerable Israeli assistance, and which took the lives of an additional 1000 to 2000 people, most of whom were women, children, and the elderly.

    That is sad, because the viciousness of the advancing Israeli army, which was described to me by Israeli soldiers who would later become war resisters, was something that all of those opposed to Israel and who support justice in Palestine should know and educate others about.

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