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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

On the Contrary: The effect of Israeli war crimes in Gaza six months later

Michael A. Hoffman writes: "The Zionists claim that Pope Pius XII was "silent" about the Nazi "Holocaust" and this is a major issue in the western media confronting the Catholic Church. But how much of an issue is the silence regarding the Israeli holocaust -- a holocaust which continues to this day? Are you silent about --and therefore complicit in-- Israeli mass murder of the Palestinian people?"

I would add to this the question: how much worse would the wrath of Judaic institutions and their accomplices in the media against Pope Pius XII and Catholicism be if he had visited Hitler and the top Nazi command following WWII in solidarity and support as Benedict XVI did with the Israelis following their January 2009 massacre against the Palestinians of Gaza HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This may seem like a surprise to you, but 2,000 killed during a war that had a huge amount of weaponry used is not by any reasonable stretch of the imagination considered 'mass murder'. It's more evidence of trying to prevent human deaths, because if the goal was mass murder than the number would have been 20,000 or even way more.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
This may seem like a surprise to you, but 2,000 killed during a war that had a huge amount of weaponry used is not by any reasonable stretch of the imagination considered 'mass murder'. It's more evidence of trying to prevent human deaths, because if the goal was mass murder than the number would have been 20,000 or even way more.

July 7, 2009 7:59 PM

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Absolutely correct but there is an exception to this rule: The killing of even one Jew constitutes mass murder.

Anonymous said...

was that supposed to be an intelligent response?

Michael Hoffman said...

We're talking about 900 civilians murdered, many hundreds of them children, and the use of poison (white phosphorus). In an Internet/Media age where Palestinian and independent reporters were covering the Dec-Jan. Israeli killing spree in Gaza, the Israelis did not want to kill 20,000 (as they did in Lebanon in 1982), so they killed "only" 2,000 Palestinians and destroyed 2600 buildings.

I often notice how the destruction of Palestinian life is minimized, whitewashed and explained away in the West. This seldom occurs with the death of Judaic civilians under any circumstances.

Is this disparity not a residual effect of the Talmudic influence over the West, in that, on the practical plane, Palestinian life is not valued with the same status as Judaic life?

Anonymous said...

Michael, I must object. There's a real reason why Israeli deaths are given more credibility. The innumerable incidents of un-retracted doctored photos of smoke over Arab towns, the methodical taping of fake ambulance runs, the debunked Muhammed al-Durrah farce, and the faked mass funerals at Jenin from which the west was never disillusioned. This is of course compounded by the stunning insistence by the Arab media that lives lost as human shields for terrorists should be tallied alongside lives lost in suicide bomb attacks on Israeli cafeterias, pizzerias, and school buses. Cynicism when it comes to Palestinian claims of victimization are well justified by the west.

Anonymous said...

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By Rona Kuperboim

The Foreign Ministry unveiled a new plan this week: Paying talkbackers to post pro-Israel responses on websites worldwide.
http://informationclearinghouse.info/article23027.htm

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