Here are some compelling excerpts from recent articles by Robert Fantina and Norman Pollack re Netanyahu’s visit to address the US Congress.
Robert Fantina --"Palestine, Israel and the United States Congress" Read more about ‘Israeli Prime Murderer’ 'de facto Employer of US Congress'
On December 31, 2014 the US in the UN Security Council voted against a resolution to end Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem by 2017 and for a “comprehensive peace deal” to be reached by the end of 2015. Read more about Once Again w/ UN Veto US Dooms Palestine & Pisses on Intl Law
Gary Leupp has written an enlightening and enraging article entitled “Not Behind Bars, Friends Still in Power, Iraq Destroyed: The Gloating of the Neocons” underscoring how the realpolitik motivation for what he calls “the greatest crime of the twenty-first century so far”, the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq, was primarily committed for the benefit of Israel. Read more about Kiss Iraq Goodbye ... What We Did for Israel!
Here are some excerpts dealing with the plight of the Palestinians vs. the willful denial of their horror by the US politicians and too many propaganda-saturated US and global citizens.
“Obama Blasts Brutality and Bullying, But Not by Israel” by Thalif Deen: Read more about Genocide of Gaza Already Down 'Great' American Memory Hole?
RFK’s son, hasbarist chair of the Trustees at the University of Illinois, on firing Salaita over tweets
Christopher Kennedy is the son of Robert F. Kennedy, assassinated senator and Democratic presidential candidate. Christopher Kennedy is chairman of the University of Illinois’ Board of Trustees, politically appointed by Illinois Democratic Governor Pat Quinn. Kennedy has also acted as a fundraiser for Barack Obama and other Democratic candidates. Read more about RFK’s son, hasbarist chair of the Trustees at the University of Illinois, on firing Salaita over tweets
Who’s your Daddy? “ISIS has many, many fathers, all of whom now deny patrimony.” Glen Ford
1.Terrorism is the symptom. US imperialism is the cancer. The war on terror is TERRORISM! (Garikai Chengu) Read more about Why is the US Waging War on Humanity? (20 Considerations)
William Hanna in “Hypocrisy, Double Standards, and the Politicisation of Genocide” explains that in 1998 120 states of the international community adopted the Rome Statute which established a legal basis for establishing an International Criminal Court (ICC).
The U.S. and Israel signed the ICC accord in 2000. They have since withdrawn and opposed the ICC because the political leaders of both do not wish to be judged according to a “global standard of justice.” Read more about The Politicization of Genocide
Byran K. Bullock in "Historically, Black Leaders Supported Palestinians; Why Less So Now?"
“The congressional black caucus, the so-called ‘conscience of the congress,’ has not shown an ounce of righteous indignation at the massacre of the Palestinians.”
Israel continues to slaughter Palestinian civilians. It continues to destroy homes, hospitals, mosques. It continues to damage basic infrastructures that provide water, electricity and sanitation.
The Washington DC government and US corporate mainstream media continue to support the Israeli slaughter. Read more about NYT-Spin of War Crimes; Israel to Holocaust Survivors: STFU
Globalizing Gaza in both military and legal terms raises the slogan “we are all Palestinians” from one of political solidarity to literal accuracy. Its corollary also highlights a key element of international politics of which we must be keenly aware: our governments are all Israel. Jeff Halper
Why do the basic rules of international law continue to be forsaken?
Why have they been forsaken for so long now especially in relation to Israel? Read more about Globalizing Gaza: Israel (& US) vs. International Law
I entered the Great Hall of Cooper Union in New York City last Thursday night for yet another consciousness-raising forum sponsored and organized by World Can’t Wait under the leadership of its national coordinator, Debra Sweet. This one was focused on Israeli war crimes in Gaza.
I was relieved to see that a huge crowd had turned out. Read more about 8-14 NYC Gaza Forum Part 1: Intro, Marlowe, & Kuttab