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Hindsite wrote:The Christian Zionist are the sane Christians.


https://beta.washingtonpost.com/religio ... utType=amp

Trump obviously posted this as a bit of a joke , but you of cause take it 100% seriously and are probably already jumping up and down.

If however it was Barack Obama saying/repeating this, you would be screaming he's the Muslim Antichrist for saying the exact same thing, even if he said it as a Joke.
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colliric wrote:https://beta.washingtonpost.com/religion/2019/08/21/i-am-chosen-one-trump-again-plays-messianic-claims-he-embraces-king-israel-title/?outputType=amp

Trump obviously posted this as a bit of a joke , but you of cause take it 100% seriously and are probably already jumping up and down.

No, I do not take anything from the fake news Washington Post 100% seriously.

colliric wrote:If however it was Barack Obama saying/repeating this, you would be screaming he's the Muslim Antichrist for saying the exact same thing, even if he said it as a Joke.

Obviously, I believe Barack Obama was a fraud and the worse president in our history. I did not believe him when he said, if you like your healthcare and doctor you could keep them. Yes, to me, Obama was like the devil in disguise. President Trump is a chosen one like King Cyrus and deserves the title Trump of God.
HalleluYah
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skinster wrote:https://twitter.com/jncatron/status/1164791855692652544?s=20


Aside from the act itself seems qualified for a trip to International Tribunal (again, for crimes against humanity), I think Netanyahu is at least an honest person and true to himself. I doubt about his opponents' willingness and capability to do what they think is right.
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Hindsite wrote:Obviously, I believe Barack Obama was a fraud and the worse president in our history. I did not believe him when he said, if you like your healthcare and doctor you could keep them. Yes, to me, Obama was like the devil in disguise. President Trump is a chosen one like King Cyrus and deserves the title Trump of God.
HalleluYah


No one is bigger than God and everyone is technically "of God" if we take your religion as absolutely true. Please be reminded that your admiration of Trump is bordering "making an idol for yourself".
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From Gaza 71st week of protests, today:






colliric wrote:I liked it, but I wish Abby had of appeared in it herself as the host. Her documentaries are better when she appears on screen.


Lol, I get it, you have a crush on her. There would've been more of her on the film if she got to film inside of Gaza, but Israel refused her and Mike Prysner entry into the camp.
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Patrickov wrote:No one is bigger than God and everyone is technically "of God" if we take your religion as absolutely true. Please be reminded that your admiration of Trump is bordering "making an idol for yourself".

Not at all. I know what an idol is and I have no idols.
HalleluYah
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colliric wrote:I liked it, but I wish Abby had of appeared in it herself as the host. Her documentaries are better when she appears on screen.

It's a good first feature documentary.

Abby Martin has become a propagandist for the so-called Palestinian resistance fighters in Gaza. Her calling them freedom fighters and ignoring the Hamas terrorists is reprehensible. There never was a state of Palestine for these Arabs calling themselves Palestinians to have a right to return. Those people that Abby Martin seems so concerned for are bringing these problems on themselves by their resistance to God's plan for Israel and Jerusalem. These people could have had a Palestinian State of their own years ago, but they refused to accept the agreement because of their hatred for the Jews.
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Miko Peled wrote:Abby Martin’s Film Gaza Fights For Freedom Humanizes World’s Largest Concentration Camp
Abby Martin’s new documentary film Gaza Fights for Freedom is an excellent movie that is difficult to watch, and disturbing at times, precisely because it presents a true, realistic view of life in Gaza.

In her new documentary film, Gaza Fights for Freedom, journalist Abby Martin places the Gaza Strip under a microscope for the viewers to see. The result is an excellent movie that is difficult to watch, and disturbing at times, precisely because it presents a true, realistic view of life in Gaza. The movie shows how a small, courageous nation — locked up in the world’s largest concentration camp, facing inexcusable, unjustifiable and unforgivable violence — refuses to give up on its hopes and dreams and continues to fight for life.

Nothing left but bones
Heroism and cliches aside, the conditions in the Gaza Strip are horrifying. As one father interviewed in the movie says: “We are alive only by name… Gaza is no longer Gaza; all that is left of it are bones.” He may be referring to the distant past when the city of Gaza was one of the most important, prosperous and prestigious cities not only in Palestine but in the entire Middle East.

Perhaps what is most refreshing about Martin’s work is that the voices one hears are clear, authentic, Gazan voices. She makes no attempt to create the artificial “balance” one too often has to endure in movies and reports about Palestine in general and Gaza in particular. As though the Israelis who kill and maim and keep 2.2 million civilians caged and under siege in the Gaza Strip have a right to be heard. As though an explanation or justification can be given to the sheer cruelty and brutality exercised by Israel.

More than just bombs
Israel kills people in Gaza in more ways than one might imagine. While bombs make the headlines, the other methods are more subtle and rarely make it to the headlines. In Gaza Fights for Freedom, all of these draconian methods are brought to light. Here are a few examples:

It is no secret that if we want to kill people, other than shooting them, denying them water is a sure bet.

Some 98 percent of the freshwater in the Gaza Strip is toxic and unfit for human consumption.

Food insecurity has been the reality in Gaza for many years. Israel allows only enough food to enter so as to avoid total starvation. Similar to the German policy of counting calories in the concentration camps during World War II, Israel too uses calorie counting in Gaza.

Electricity is available only sporadically and people go for 16 to 20 hours per day with no power. This means water pumps do not work. The danger of fire increases due to the extensive use of candlelight; medicine that requires refrigeration goes bad. Operation rooms in hospitals cannot function.

Access to health care is denied. While excellent health care facilities are available just a few short miles from the Gaza Strip, only Israelis and a very few Palestinians are given access. One example of the devastating results of this can be seen by comparing breast cancer survival rates, which among Israeli women are up to 86 percent but in the Gaza Strip are only 30 percent.

When Israel bombs Gaza one usually hears the casualty count and little notice is given to those who are injured. However, without access to proper facilities the wounded are, as Abby Martin puts it, “sentenced to a slow and painful end.”


Savages
Israel’s foremost talk-show host and “journalist” Yaron London recently said on Israeli television that Arabs as a whole are savages and that the Arab culture is savagery. Gaza Fights for Freedom accomplishes several important objectives, not the least of which is showing a clear distinction between the two competing, opposing parties in this story. On the one side the Israeli savagery and its well oiled PR machine and on the other the bare-chested Palestinians — men, women and children who are literally sacrificing life and limb so that the world will hear their cry for freedom.

On the one hand, Israeli tanks and troops waving Israeli flags. The clean-cut well-spoken, Israeli spokesmen and -women trained by Hasbara experts that have taken control over the corporate media spew their well-rehearsed lies, telling a story about terrorists that they call Khamas and about people who they say fell prey to Khamas’ lies and are sacrificed on the altar of Khamas’ goal of inflicting death and destruction on Jews.

On the other side, Palestinians who lost nearly everything, speaking from the heart. In an honest, articulate, and measured way, young and old talk about their desire for freedom, their losses and their willingness to fight for it. As though they have a choice. It isn’t as though if Palestinians in Gaza sat quietly and did nothing they would be spared the death and destruction inflicted by Israeli savagery. The past seven decades have shown that Palestinians are killed regardless of whether they stand and fight or lie in their beds sleeping.

Razan Al-Najjar
In Gaza Fights for Freedom, Martin describes several groups that are supposed to be given protection under international law but in reality are not: children, people with disabilities, journalists, and medical teams such as paramedics. Israel has targeted, injured and killed Palestinians belonging to all of these groups. When on June 2, 2018, Razan Al-Najjar, a young female paramedic was shot and killed by an Israeli sniper, her death was a moment — just a single moment — in which the world seemed to stop and pay attention. Maybe because she was a woman, maybe because she was young, maybe because she was beautiful, and maybe because all of the above, she could not be painted as anything but innocent. Yet a sniper took aim and shot her.

“This was the first time she participated in an action, in a march, because this was a peaceful activity [in which] we all participated; even I participated in the March,” says Razan’s mother, Sabreen Al-Najjar.

The emergency medical crews in Gaza were, and continue to be nothing if not heroic, going far beyond the call of duty, day in and day out as the casualty count continues to grow. Razan was there from day one and her dedication and sacrifice moved the world — though again, only for a brief moment.

A small brave nation
The great Palestinian writer, political leader and martyr, Ghassan Kanafani, whom I often quote, in his now-famous interview from 1970 said that the Palestinians are “a strong brave nation” and that they will go on fighting for their cause and their rights. If anyone had any doubt that this was indeed the case, Abby Martin’s film, Gaza Fights for Freedom will put that doubt to rest.
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skinster wrote:She makes no attempt to create the artificial “balance” one too often has to endure in movies and reports about Palestine in general and Gaza in particular. As though the Israelis who kill and maim and keep 2.2 million civilians caged and under siege in the Gaza Strip have a right to be heard.

Like I said, that is because it is propaganda meant to present Israelis in the worse way possible and the people living in Gaza as innocent victims. Truth in a balanced way is not the goal.
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Hindsite wrote:Like I said, that is because it is propaganda meant to present Israelis in the worse way possible and the people living in Gaza as innocent victims. Truth in a balanced way is not the goal.


Balanced = Pretending Apartheid doesn't exist.
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