12/31/2008

Persona non grata

The genocide continues unabated in Gaza and as it unfolds we begin to see the outlying dynamics of this election platform.


Israel has an election shortly and that corrupt traitor Abbas tries to use the suffering of the Palestinian people to press a political advantage against Hamas.

Ehud Barak told the Knesset that the Zionist death squads spent "months" preparing for the Gaza slaughter.

Israel has also rejected any calls for a truce as unrealistic!

"There is no room for a ceasefire," Meir Sheetrit, Israel's interior minister, said.

"The Israeli army must not stop the operation before breaking the will of Palestinians, of Hamas, to continue to fire at Israel."

They want to break the will of the Palestinian people? That will never happen!

Now we see the truth loud and clear.

This talk of rockets from Gaza was only a pretext for invasion and both factions in the Zionist cabal try to outdo themselves as war criminals before the Zionist electorate.

I wonder what the ratio is per votes/dead Palestinian.

Is one dead Palestinian child worth 10 votes and a mother worth 6?

I have no doubt that both Egypt and Abbas were complicit in this slaughter, it brings deep anger to my heart when I consider the ties that Sinn Féin has with Fatah.

Mubarak announced on Egyptian television on Tuesday that the Rafah crossing will not be fully re-opened until Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, regains authority in the territory.

"We will not deepen the division and that breach by opening Rafah border crossing in the absence of the Palestinian Authority and the European Union monitors,"

The other day he tried to claim that Hamas were stopping people from crossing but now it becomes clear that he is trying to use the suffering of the Palestinian people for political ends.

As it stands close to 400 people have been murdered by the Zionists, with close to 100 of those being women and children.

It comes as no surprise that the armed wing of Hamas has vowed to send rockets deeper into Israel than ever before if the Zionists continue their deadly bombardment of the Gaza Strip.

"We tell the leaders of the enemy - if you continue with your assault, we will hit with our rockets further than the cities we have hit so far," a masked spokesman for Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades said in televised comments on Tuesday.

"If you think that Hamas and al-Qassam will be crushed, we will rise up from the rubble,"

The Palestinian people have a right to defend themselves and their homeland from these Zionists squatters.

I was glad to see that strong condemnation of Israel from the Irish government during the week but I would like to see them go further.

Under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations Article 9, a receiving State may "at any time and without having to explain its decision" declare any member of a diplomatic staff "persona non grata".

I would like to see Ireland take a stand in Europe and suspend all diplomatic relations with Israel.

I was encouraged to hear that at least some political figures were suggesting this.

Richard Boyd Barrett of the Irish Anti-War Movement said that Ireland should “take the lead in Europe and end diplomatic relations with Israel”. He said Israel should be boycotted because it is “akin to apartheid South Africa”.

UPDATE:If anyone has an interest in the current slaughter in Gaza then I suggest you read this excellent article in the Observer by Johann Hari.

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