THE EVIL ZIONIST JOOS BLOCK THIS PETITION BUT PLEASE KEEP TRYING TO LOGIN AND SIGN TO SUPPORT FOR A PALESTINE!!!!!!!!!!
Call for Support for a Palestinian State
On Friday, February 12, 2016 10:46 AM, marie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
As always, I am sending Janie’s message as soon as I receive it….hope you like the news on the views of CCB #6! The petition news is not so good.
Love you, Marie
From: Jane <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2016 6:42 PM
To: marie ; hair dresser
Dear Marie and Steve,
I have feedback on CCB #6 and it’s mostly good! First 24 hours views according to YouTube tech people: 624,559 VIEWS! That’s a new record! http://thepoisonappleoftheworld.com/ccb-creaming-6-an-ultimatum-for-the-babylonian-joos-on-palestine/
Now on the down side, I got this comment:
“Shitflower, you scuzzy bitch! We are going to do everything possible to block the idiots who follow your lying blogs from communicating on World Harmony Day! http://thepoisonappleoftheworld.com/where-is-solutions-institute-president-dan-johnson-integrity-because-he-wiped-out-world-harmony-day-site/ We proud and beautiful Zionist women are also going to make sure that shit petition doesn’t move…. Scumflower, had any complaints about accessing the petition, you Singaporean whore? http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/call-for-support-for-a-palestinian-state.html We will yet use your mop of hair for toilet paper to wipe our superior Zionist asses!!!”
OK, that’s all I have so far. Love to you both and my dear Sunflower!
Real Jews stand against Zionism…
Published on Jan 9, 2016
Real Jews stand against Zionism…
Netanyahu’s Warning To France Last November Came True
Palestinian state recognition will be a ‘grave mistake’, Netanyahu warns France
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has warned it would be a “grave mistake” for the French parliament to follow the suit of several other European nations in recognizing a Palestinian state in a vote scheduled early December.
“Recognition of a Palestinian state by France would be a grave mistake,” Netanyahu told reporters in Jerusalem. “Do they have nothing better to do at a time of beheadings across the Middle East, including that of a French citizen?” apparently referring to Herve Gourdel executed by Algerian jihadists in September.
“The State of Israel is the homeland of the Jewish people, the only state that we have, and the Palestinians demanding a state do not want to recognize the right to have a state for the Jewish people,”Netanyahu added.
A symbolic vote planned in the French parliament on December 2 will call on the government to “use the recognition of the state of Palestine as an instrument to gain a definitive resolution of the conflict” and follows a similar motion adopted by Spain last week
France puts a spoke in Israel’s wheel
The world is growing weary of Israel’s ongoing settlement activity which continues unabated. It is a bitter irony that while the settler-colonial construction in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem is illegal and unnecessary, thousands of Palestinian families in the war-torn Gaza Strip are still living under canvas almost 18 months since their homes were destroyed during Israel’s summer 2014 offensive. They are desperate for contractors to begin the reconstruction of their neighbourhoods.
Not even 1 per cent of the building work promised since Israel’s war has been delivered to those living in the besieged Gaza Strip despite all the pledges and funding offered by the international community. As the Palestinians struggle through their second bitter winter in temporary shelters, they face the real possibility of yet another Israeli military offensive looming on the horizon.
Meanwhile, Israel’s demolition of Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank, which accompanies settlement construction as part of Tel Aviv’s ethnic cleansing process, is speeding up. It is probably no coincidence that the latest spurt of development is happening during the political spectacle of the US presidential candidates’ selection debates.
While Washington and the rest of the world focuses on who will be the next leader in the White House, Israel is busy rolling out its illegal building programme. The start of every presidential hustings appears to be a signal for Israel to do what it wants, even if that includes making war on Palestinian civilians. The pre-election road show has in previous years enabled Israel to unleash its weapons of mass destruction with impunity on neighbouring Gaza three times within the past decade.
Even though Israel consistently refuses to follow international laws and conventions, it continues its illegal activities largely unchallenged by the international community. Anyone who dares to comment on this or contemplate an intervention, is usually dismissed by the Israelis as either anti-Semitic or a supporter of terrorism; sometimes both at once.
The latest to face such an accusation is the rather ineffectual UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, whose feeble attempts to restrain the Zionist State have failed miserably despite his criticism of Israel’s rough treatment of the Palestinian people. An outraged Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Ban of giving a “tailwind to terrorism” after the UN chief basically blamed a four-month long uprising by Palestinians on human nature and a natural reaction to Israel’s brutal occupation.
Now France has stepped into the firing line, with Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius announcing that his country is leading an initiative to convene an international peace summit to renew diplomatic efforts to find a solution to the Palestine-Israel conflict. He also served up a warning that if diplomacy fails, France will formally recognise a Palestinian state.
“Unfortunately, Israeli settlement construction continues,” he told a conference of French diplomats in Paris. “We must not let the two-state solution unravel. It is our responsibility as a permanent member of the UN security council.”
Around 550,000 Jewish settlers live in 250 illegal housing projects peppered across the West Bank and East Jerusalem and with no sign of peace in sight frustration among Palestinians has grown. As such, they welcome the initiative because they know that the US presidential election will prove to be the most dangerous time for anyone living in Palestine. Timing is everything and, based on previous experience, one has to wonder if France’s peace plan has arrived rather inconveniently for Israel, which could be preparing for its latest war against Gaza. The last attempt to broker a peace deal was led by US Secretary of State John Kerry back in April 2014 and they collapsed without plans for future discussions.
Typically, a senior government official in Tel Aviv dismissed the French threat as counter-productive. “There is no logic in a deadline for recognition of a Palestinian state, it will only encourage the Palestinians not to negotiate,” he claimed.
Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem, which have been occupied by Israel since 1967, have been seeking a state for many years. Palestine already has non-member observer status at the UN and its flag flies with other member states at UN headquarters in New York.
Sweden led the way by becoming the first EU member to recognise the Palestinian state in 2014; to-date, a total of 136 other UN member states, mostly in Africa, Latin America and Asia, have given such recognition. However, Israel’s closest European allies, Britain and France, do not recognise Palestine as a state, which makes the threat by Paris all the more significant.
Israel’s main sponsor, of course, is the US, and the government in Tel Aviv is watching the presidential debates anxiously, as Bernie Sanders appears to be forging ahead of its favoured candidate Hillary Clinton. Sanders is regarded as non-compliant with the Zionist State’s ambitions after he criticised Israel’s actions during the 2014 Gaza offensive. The Senator for Vermont is chasing the Democratic nomination and insists that if he is elected as America’s first Jewish president, he will “maintain an even-handed approach” to the Middle East.
That will not please Netanyahu, who has a long-distance relationship with the concept of even-handedness. He has already been accused by Sanders of “overreacting and causing more civilian damage than was necessary” during the 50-day bombardment of Gaza in the summer of 2014.
“[The Israelis] have very sophisticated weapons systems,” said Senator Sanders. “They make the case, and I respect that, that they do try to make sure that civilians are not damaged. But the end result [in 2014] was that a lot of civilians were killed and a lot of housing was destroyed. There was terrible, terrible damage done.”
Regardless of who ends up in the White House, the French peace initiative may be just the spoke in the wheel needed to stop — or at least slow down — Israel’s illegal settlement expansion and, indeed, its plans for the next war against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
France considers recognition of a Palestinian state
PARIS (AP) — France will recognize a Palestinian state if its efforts to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks at an international conference fail, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Friday.
He told French diplomats that the conference will aim to bring together the two parties and their American, European and Arab partners in order “to make happen a two-state solution.”
If this attempt faces a deadlock, Fabuis said, France will have to recognize a Palestinian state.
France’s Socialist government supports the idea of two states, but had previously argued that it was too early for outright recognition of a Palestinian state.
Fabius’ announcement comes as the Palestinians, buoyed by the successful Iran nuclear talks and the start of U.N.-mediated talks on Syria, have been exploring steps that could lead to a two-state solution including an international conference and a Security Council resolution that would demand an end to illegal Israeli settlement building.
Riyad Mansour, the Palestinian U.N. ambassador, told AP: “The Palestinian leadership do welcome the announcement of foreign minister Fabius today in Paris in connection with the convening of an international conference in the next few weeks, and if things fail the recognition of the state of Palestine by France.”
“I think the objective of this conference … has to be to open the process that would lead to the end of the occupation and the preservation of the two-state solution,” he said.
As for recognition, Mansour said, “France promised us some time ago that if there is no opening for a meaningful political process — a collective process that would lead to the end of occupation and independence of the state of Palestine and therefore saving the two-state solution soon — then they will recognize the state of Palestine.”
He said the Palestinians wanted recognition from France “some time ago,” noting that the French parliament has unanimously recommended recognizing the state of Palestine.
“And we hope that they do that,” Mansour said. “If they are tying it to the political process, that is their thinking. But eventually if you believe in a two-state solution, then recognizing the state of Palestine is an investment.”
Israel’s U.N. Mission did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Earlier on Friday, at U.N. headquarters in New York, Mansour said the nuclear talks on Iran and talks on Syria, Yemen and Libya have spurred the Palestinians to seek a broader international framework to try to settle the decades-old conflict with Israel. “This is a new culture — and why shouldn’t that spread to the Palestinian issue?,” he asked.
Mansour said the Palestinians don’t accept that in 2016 “the door is closed” and nothing can be done to make progress toward a two-state solution because of the U.S. presidential election in November.
He said that’s why he has been engaging all 15 members of the Security Council, including Israel’s close ally the United States, as well as the U.N. Secretariat and other “friends,” on their readiness to take steps — especially since virtually all members at the last Mideast meeting spoke out against Israeli settlement building.
Mansour commended Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon “for characterizing correctly the settlements as illegal, illegitimate and a major obstacle to peace.” Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Ban’s remarks justify terrorism.
Besides a new resolution on settlements and an international conference, Mansour said he has raised the French idea of “a support group” of other countries to promote progress toward peace, an expansion of the Quartet of Mideast mediators — the U.S., U.N., European Union and Russia.
He said adoption of a Security Council resolution would be “a signal” that the council and key world powers want to end the conflict and see an independent Palestinian state.
How Many Jew-Wise People Are There in the World?
What do famous people think about Zionist Jews?
Published on Oct 20, 2015
A video not for the faint hearted, if you want to follow the white rabbit, keep watching and understand the other side.Mel Gibson, Marlin Brando, Ice Cube, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Ahmedinijad, David Icke, Nick Griffin and Christian Ronaldo are just some of the names who are anti-zionists.
Palestine: A State Under Occupation
‘Our patience has come to an end,’ PA leader declares to UN, calling on world to recognize Palestinian state; Netanyahu blasts ‘deceitful’ speech
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday that the PA would cease to abide by agreements signed with Israel, including the 1993 Oslo accords, claiming Israel had shown that it, too, was no longer committed to them.
“So long as Israel refuses to commit to the agreements signed with us, cease settlement construction and release prisoners, Israel has left us no choice but to insist that we will not remain the only ones committed to these agreements,” Abbas told the UN General Assembly in New York.
Israel, he said, must now “fully assume all its responsibilities as an occupying power… our patience for a long time has come to an end.”
“The state of Palestine, based on the 4th of June 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, is a state under occupation, as was the case for many countries during World War II,” Abbas declared. “Our state is recognized by 137 countries around the world and the right of our people to self determination, freedom and independence is recognized globally as being inalienable and unquestionable.”
Abbas accused the Israeli government of running “an apartheid regime” in the West Bank. Israel “insists on continuing its destruction of the two-state solution and on entrenchment of two regimes on the ground,” he charged. “An apartheid regime that is currently imposed on the territory of the state of Palestine and against the Palestinian people on the one hand, and another regime of privileges and protection to the Israeli settlers on the other hand.”
The Israeli government later rejected the speech as “deceitful” and called for renewed peace talks.
EU calls on Israel to halt demolition of Palestinian housing
“The Settlers”: New Film Reveals History & Consequences of Israeli Settlements on Palestinian Land
Published on Jan 28, 2016
http://democracynow.org – As Israel faces international condemnation over its plan to build 153 new settlement homes in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, the watchdog group Peace Now reports Israel’s defense minister has approved the construction of the new Jewish-only homes last week. The plan sparked swift criticism from U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who called the settlements “an affront to the Palestinian people and to the international community.” In response, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Ban Ki-moon’s criticism gives “a tailwind to terrorism” and that the “U.N. lost its neutrality and moral force a long time ago.” This comes as President Barack Obama spoke at the Israeli Embassy to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day, saying, “We are all indeed Jews.” We examine the history and consequences of decades of Israeli settlement construction on Palestinian lands in an interview with Shimon Dotan, the director of an extraordinary new film, “The Settlers,” which just had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. “It is such a heated and often discussed topic, but I find that so little is known about it, and often the discussion is misinformed,” Dotan says.
Crazy ‘illegal israel’ said that GENOCIDE IS PERMISSIBLE, ARE THEY INSANE!
Tribunal Issues Landmark Verdict against Israel for Genocide
Noam Chomsky “Israel On The Road To Self-Destruction”
ILLEGAL ISRAEL WILL DIE A NATURAL DEATH FOR SURE!
Crimes against Humanity. illegal Israel’s “Own Words”
LOL!!! US officials say ‘Even if Israel doesn’t like it, Palestinians will get state’
ILLEGAL ISRAEL RIGHT IS IN QUESTION?
Illegal Israel will fall in 5 years for sure because they are not ‘GOD CHOSEN PEOPLE’!
HELLO, BYE BYE ILLEGAL ZIONIST ISRAEL!
Israel: A cornered rat
State of Palestine Flag to Fly at United Nations Headquarters, Offices as General Assembly Adopts Resolution on Non-Member Observer States
MY VIEW IS ONE DEMOCRATIC STATE UNDER THE FLAG OF PALESTINE AND I HOPE EU LEADERS WILL RESPECT THE PALESTINIANS STAND ON THE 2 STATE SOLUTION BECAUSE AFTER MORE THEN 20 YEARS THE WORLD BODY STILL CANNOT CONVINCE THE EVIL BABYLONIAN JOOS TO HONOR THE SIGNED AGREEMENT BY RABIN! SO, WE SHOULD NOT CONTINUE FOR ANOTHER 20 YEARS OF NEGOTIATION BECAUSE BY THEN MOST OF THE PALESTINIANS WILL HAVE SUFFERED THE RESULTS OF GENOCIDE BY THE EVIL ZIONIST JOOS!
illegal israel has NO RIGHT AND CLAIM OVER PALESTINE!
In short no right to exist as a nation, period!
Their First Claim as ‘GOD CHOSEN PEOPLE” I will knock them down with this inform http://www.palestinebedrockoftheworld.com/black-americans-are-the-chosen-people-of-god/
BIBLICAL ISRAELITES WERE BLACK, And Still Are Today!
MUST SEE BLACK HISTORY VIDEO that proves that Jesus and all other Jews in the Bible were black, still are, and why it matters!
6th CCB Creaming – An Ultimatum for the Babylonian Joos on Palestine!
Published on Feb 10, 2016
Our lovely heroine, Sunflower, takes on the Zionists yet again and reveals the truth about their treachery and evil plots. This is her brave “Ultimatum for the Babylonian Joos on Palestine!” She will reveal 10 Big Lies the Zionist Babylonian Joos try to perpetrate in this world of ours. Please sign the petition at: http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/c… This is her brilliant landmark speech before she will once again be creamed for her cause! Thank you for supporting her and the Palestinians!
10 Big Media Lies About Israel
Michel Collon, a Belgian journalist and author, in his book “Israel, let’s talk about it,” has slammed European media over decades of “lying” to people in order to support Israel.
Collon, in his book, has recounted “10 big lies” spread by Western media in order to “justify the existence and actions of Israel”, which are concisely presented below:
1. The first lie is that Israel was established in reaction to the massacre of Jews during the World War II.
This notion is completely wrong. Israel is in fact a domineering project which was approved in the First Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland, in 1897, when nationalist Jews decided to occupy Palestine.
2. The second justification for establishing and legitimizing Israel is that the Jews are returning to their forefathers’ land, from where they had been driven away in 70 A.D.
This is a tale. I have spoken to the famous Israeli historian Shlomo Sand and other historians and they all believe that there has been no “exodus,” so “return” is meaningless. The people living in Palestine have not left their land in the ancient era.
In fact the descendants of Jews residing in Palestine are the people who are currently living in Palestine. Those who claim they want to return to their lands originate for Western and Eastern Europe and Northern Africa.
Sand says there is no Jewish nation. The Jews do not have common history, language or culture. The only common thing between them is their religion, and religion does not make a nation.
3. The third lie is that when Jewish immigrants occupied Palestine, it was an empty and uninhibited country.
However, there are documents and evidences that prove that in the 19th century the agricultural products of Palestine were exported to different countries, including France.
4. Fourth, some people say Palestinians left their country on their own free will.
This is another lie, which lots of people believed, including myself. Until Israeli historians like Benny Morris and Ilan Pappe said that Palestinians were driven away and banished from their lands by using force and terror.
5. It is said that today Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East and it should be protected; it is the “government of law.”
But in my opinion not only it is not the government of law; it is the only regime that no law defines its territory and boundaries. All the countries of the world have a constitution which defines their boundaries, but no such thing applies to Israel. Israel is an expansionist project which knows no boundary, and its law is completely racist; according to this law Israel is the country for Jews, and its non-Jew citizens are not considered human. Such law is a contradiction to democracy.
6. It is said that the US tries to protect democracy in the Middle East by protecting Israel.
http://www.palestinebedrockoftheworld.com/us-why-do-you-allowed-zionist-israel-to-burn-gaza-to-ashes/ (The evil Zionist Joos deleted most of the images! You scumbags you dare to do it then why you afraid to show it!)
And we know that the US annual financial aid to Israel amounts to 3 billion dollars. This money is used for bombarding Israel’s neighbor countries.
But America is not after establishing democracy in the Middle East; it wants the undisturbed flow of oil.
7. They pretend that the US seeks an agreement between Israel and Palestine.
This is also completely wrong and a lie. EU former Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana told the Israel that “you are the 21st country of the European Union.” The European weapons industries cooperate with the Israeli military industries and support them financially. But when Palestinians elected their government, Europe did not recognize it and gave the green light to Israel to attack the Gaza Strip.
8. When one talks about these facts and the history of Israel and Palestine, when one reveals the US interests in this situation, they call you anti-Semite to keep you silent.
But we should say that when we criticize Israel, it is not racism or anti-Semitism. We criticize a government that does not believe in the equality of Jews, Christians and Muslims, and so destroys the peace between followers of different religions.
9. The mass media say that Palestinians cause violence and terrorism.
We say Israel army’s occupation is violence, the policy that has stolen land and home from Palestinians is violence.
10. An issue which is often raised is that there is no way for resolving this situation, and there is no solution for the hatred and the grudge caused by Israel and its accomplices.
But there is a solution. The only thing that can stop this process is the public pressure on the accomplices of Israel in the US and Europe and other parts of the world; public pressure on the mass media which refrain from telling the truth about Israel; and using the Internet or any other media out let to publish real news about Palestine.
YES THERE IS ONLY ONE SOLUTION A DEMOCRATIC STATE UNDER THE FLAG PALESTINE!
My 7 billion Brothers & Sisters, the evil Zionist Joos still blocking this petition for a Palestinian Homeland and the assholes will keep getting you click here click there like what my friend told me but YOU DON’T GIVE UP and remember the phrase SLOW AND STEADY WIN THE RACE AND WE WILL WIN AND BY FREEING PALESTINE WE ARE FREEING OUR WORLD FOR OUR CHILDREN’S CHILDREN SO THIS SACRIFICE IS WORTH IT!!!!!!!
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