Thursday, January 30, 2020

Hate Speech

Map of Hate

Looks like Google/Blogger is on the verge of another purge.  Kenny's Sideshow has been disappeared (again).  Kenny [may he rest in peace] passed away about five years ago now but his infamous blog remained as a memorium and a hub for bloggers to check out what once was the best blogroll around.  I copied my "favourites" blogroll off of it and added many new blogs to mine since.

Apparently the excuse that Blogger is going to use to disappear blogs this time is going to be "hate speech".  Some bloggers have already received warnings that they are indulging in too much "hate speech".

Talk about "inciting violence", has anyone else studied the new Trump "plan of the Century" for Israel and their stolen lands in Palestine?  If ever there was a deliberate incitement to violence...complete with a map [see map above] this is it.  Telling people that, henceforth, they will have to travel between their communities via bridges and tunnels.  Hey, if YOU were told that about whatever country you're reading this in, what would your reaction be?! Would you not HATE the entities that had so little regard for you or your kindred?

Northerntruthseeker has recently put up a post about the so-called "Plan" and he and a colleague discussed in the comments how even writing about the hate that is flowing freely out of USrael could get them kicked off the Internet.  It seems that the perps have usurped the divine right to decide what "hate speech" is:

It is definitely oh so convenient to attack truth, including truth about the genocide going on in Palestine and call it "hate speech".  Who does this silencing serve?  Not too long ago I was attacked by a close relative for maintaining a blog that contained "hate speech".  This individual has never been on my blog but only heard about the subject of my writings from a third party.  It is sad to think that someone would make such a judgement based entirely on hearsay, and selective hearsay at that.  But that's how the perps rock.  Selectivity, divide and conquer, mixing apples and oranges and twisting and corrupting well known concepts into unrecognizable monstrosities.

Iranian leader Rouhani has an excellent word for the "Deal of the Century".  he calls it "despicable".  Hate most definitely is in the eye of the beholder.

But you make up your own mind.  Here's an analysis of the "Deal of the Century that originally appeared in "The National".  Please read and I will have more comments to follow:


Trump’s “Deal of the Century” Will Not Bring Peace: That was the Plan for the US and Israel

The proposal deliberately includes a host of unrealisable preconditions before what remains of Palestine can be recognised

by Jonathan Cook / January 30th, 2020

Much of Donald Trump’s long-trailed “deal of the century” came as no surprise. Over the past 18 months, Israeli officials had leaked many of its details.

The so-called Vision for Peace unveiled on Tuesday simply confirmed that the US government has publicly adopted the long-running consensus in Israel: that it is entitled to keep permanently the swaths of territory it seized illegally over the past half-century that deny the Palestinians any hope of a state.

The White House has discarded the traditional US pose as an “honest broker” between Israel and the Palestinians. Palestinian leaders were not invited to the ceremony, and would not have come had they been. This was a deal designed in Tel Aviv more than in Washington – and its point was to ensure there would be no Palestinian partner.

Importantly for Israel, it will get Washington’s permission to annex all of its illegal settlements, now littered across the West Bank, as well as the vast agricultural basin of the Jordan Valley. Israel will continue to have military control over the entire West Bank.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced his intention to bring just such an annexation plan before his cabinet as soon as possible. It will doubtless provide the central plank in his efforts to win a hotly contested general election due on March 2.

The Trump deal also approves Israel’s existing annexation of East Jerusalem. The Palestinians will be expected to pretend that a West Bank village outside the city is their capital of “Al Quds”. There are incendiary indications that Israel will be allowed to forcibly divide the Al Aqsa mosque compound to create a prayer space for extremist Jews, as has occurred in Hebron.

Further, the Trump administration appears to be considering giving a green light to the Israeli Right’s long-held hopes of redrawing the current borders in such a way as to transfer potentially hundreds of thousands of Palestinians currently living in Israel as citizens into the West Bank. That would almost certainly amount to a war crime.

The plan envisages no right of return, and it seems the Arab world will be expected to foot the bill for compensating millions of Palestinian refugees.

A US map handed out on Tuesday showed Palestinian enclaves connected by a warren of bridges and tunnels, including one between the West Bank and Gaza. The only leavening accorded to the Palestinians are US pledges to strengthen their economy. Given the Palestinians’ parlous finances after decades of resource theft by Israel, that is not much of a promise.

All of this has been dressed up as a “realistic two-state solution”, offering the Palestinians nearly 70 per cent of the occupied territories – which in turn comprise 22 per cent of their original homeland. Put another way, the Palestinians are being required to accept a state on 15 per cent of historic Palestine after Israel has seized all the best agricultural land and the water sources.

Like all one-time deals, this patchwork “state” – lacking an army, and where Israel controls its security, borders, coastal waters and airspace – has an expiry date. It needs to be accepted within four years. Otherwise, Israel will have a free hand to start plundering yet more Palestinian territory. But the truth is that neither Israel nor the US expects or wants the Palestinians to play ball.

That is why the plan includes – as well as annexation of the settlements – a host of unrealisable preconditions before what remains of Palestine can be recognised: the Palestinian factions must disarm, with Hamas dismantled; the Palestinian Authority led by Mahmoud Abbas must strip the families of political prisoners of their stipends; and the Palestinian territories must be reinvented as the Middle East’s Switzerland, a flourishing democracy and open society, all while under Israel’s boot.

Instead, the Trump plan kills the charade that the 26-year-old Oslo process aimed for anything other than Palestinian capitulation. It fully aligns the US with Israeli efforts – pursued by all its main political parties over many decades – to lay the groundwork for permanent apartheid in the occupied territories.

Trump invited both Netanyahu, Israel’s caretaker prime minister, and his chief political rival, former general Benny Gantz, for the launch. Both were keen to express their unbridled support.

Between them, they represent four-fifths of Israel’s parliament. The chief battleground in the March election will be which one can claim to be better placed to implement the plan and thereby deal a death blow to Palestinian dreams of statehood.

On the Israeli right, there were voices of dissent. Settler groups described the plan as “far from perfect” – a view almost certainly shared privately by Netanyahu. Israel’s extreme Right objects to any talk of Palestinian statehood, however illusory.

Nonetheless, Netanyahu and his right-wing coalition will happily seize the goodies offered by the Trump administration. Meanwhile the plan’s inevitable rejection by the Palestinian leadership will serve down the road as justification for Israel to grab yet more land.

There are other, more immediate bonuses from the “deal of the century”.

By allowing Israel to keep its ill-gotten gains from its 1967 conquest of Palestinian territories, Washington has officially endorsed one of the modern era’s great colonial aggressions. The US administration has thereby declared open war on the already feeble constraints imposed by international law.

Trump benefits personally, too. This will provide a distraction from his impeachment hearings as well as offering a potent bribe to his Israel-obsessed evangelical base and major funders such as US casino magnate Sheldon Adelson in the run-up to a presidential election.

And the US president is coming to the aid of a useful political ally. Netanyahu hopes this boost from the White House will propel his ultra-nationalist coalition into power in March, and cow the Israeli courts as they weigh criminal charges against him.

How he plans to extract personal gains from the Trump plan were evident on Tuesday. He scolded Israel’s attorney-general over the filing of the corruption indictments, claiming a “historic moment” for the state of Israel was being endangered.

Meanwhile, Abbas greeted the plan with “a thousand nos”. Trump has left him completely exposed. Either the PA abandons its security contractor role on behalf of Israel and dissolves itself, or it carries on as before but now explicitly deprived of the illusion that statehood is being pursued.

Abbas will try to cling on, hoping that Trump is ousted in this year’s election and a new US administration reverts to the pretense of advancing the long-expired Oslo peace process. But if Trump wins, the PA’s difficulties will rapidly mount.

No one, least of all the Trump administration, believes that this plan will lead to peace. A more realistic concern is how quickly it will pave the way to greater bloodshed."

• First published in The National


Greencrow says:  So...according to the above analysis, the Trump plan will most likely lead to more violence.  This, ironically or not, is the outcome, according to those who decide these things, of hate speech.  Why then is the West  not rising up to oppose the plan and throw it out the window?  The truth is that the perps actually love hate speech and have morphed it by way of deception [TM] into a fine art.  In this case...the Hate Speech is actually called a "Peace Plan".  Can you now see the truth being turned on its head?
The truth is that with the mainstream media already completely owned and operated by the Ziofascist warmongers that leaves the Internet as the last outpost of truth and peace.  They're coming for us with their weapons of deception/destruction and, yes, hatred of truth.

By means of their "popular culture" the "education" system, the computer games, the movies, the TV newZ...they've rendered our children ignorant sheeple...unable to distinguish between truth and lies...even negating the laws of physics to do so....They've made the generation poised to take over society amnesiac over the causes of last two World Wars.  They've made them hate the truth---love the lies and the deception.  All this in the service of their diabolic warmongering--to steal land [until they have it ALL] and create a globalist tyranny that will make what the non-Semitic Khazarian Jews in Israel are now doing to the Semitic Palestinians a cakewalk.  Hate speech, indeed.

Here's a map for comparison purpose I just received from Ed(itor)


Robert Browning said...

There is no greater hatred in this world than the Jew hatred for the innocent Christ and the Jews can not even tell us why they hate Christ the way they do. Why?

greencrow said...

Here's a good link I just received in my in-basket in response to this post:


tsisageya said...

Kenny's Sideshow could be a simple matter of a Blogger update that didn't happen, or something. I don't know. I know nothing about Blogger except that it's free.

I guess I was kind of expecting it too though. I mean, how long are relatives expected to keep tabs on your blog when you're dead? Just saying.

He was still my security blanket in some weird way though. One of my few.

Btw, he's still on the wayback machine, thank goodness.

tsisageya said...

Thank you so much, Wayback Machine!

tsisageya said...

I'm sorry though. This map doesn't quite cut it for me as a metaphor. What am I not seeing correctly?

greencrow said...

"...What am I not seeing correctly?..."

I believe you're supposed to put everything in the reverse.

tsisageya said...

If you're trying to imply that Native Americans are in league with the Palestinians in Gaza?You are right.

Anonymous said...

Hate Speech.... hmm

Let me see, if you were to make 2771 consecutive posts each containing one page of the Talmud, you'd likely receive a humanitarian award.

Yet, post the truth about any victims of the aforementioned text, and now you are a hater.

I think I understand now.

tsisageya said...

Yes, Anonymous. I think you do. As do we all.

tsisageya said...

The propaganda only starts there. Unfortunately, we will never know the truth in this world.

Maybe in the next.

tsisageya said...

At any rate, contrary to popular belief, Israel is short-term. As is the U.S.
Wouldn't wanna beeya.