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Oct 5, 2011

Re: '' What Israel Means To Me ''

 



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And this is what Israel means to me..

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For more of what Israel means to me and to the majority of the civilized world, please check my album on Flickr:   http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinkyagain/   ... and yes, I am promoting it as the world needs to see what mainstream media doesn't show..
Cherifa



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From: Michael <RePorterNoteBook@Gmail.com>
Subject: ] '' What Israel Means To Me ''
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Date: Monday, October 3, 2011, 3:14 PM


 

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From: GiuseppeFurioso@aol.com
Date: October 3, 2011 8:56:59 AM EDT
'' What Israel Means To Me ''

 

I'm just started reading '' What Israel Means to Me '' edited by  Alan Dershowitz...it really should be titled what it means to me to be a jew. Here's what former Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman had to say:
 
                   '' The nation of Israel, I believe was chosen by God to teach the world about Himself. Like a controlled experiment, God separated the Jewish people from the world so that his truth could be clearly understood without intervening variables. Through the nation of Israel , the world came to understand law, family, the social contract, public health, caring for the  poor and so many other societal values. ''
 
The arrogance of this Heeb...unfortunately most jews feel this way about themselves. The victims of the Russian Revolution as well as the present day Palestinians should be particularly amused by the claim that we can thank the jew for our understanding of just about every positive societal value. The truth is that the only value the jew ever promoted was the continuation of their species even if it meant undermining the values every society they have ever sojourned it.   joe
 
PS: more to come on this book later
 
PPS: It would be a good idea if 80 gentiles wrote a book '' What Israel Means To Me ''

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".......don't listen to dogma, the results of other people's thinking." - Steve Jobs - Dead At 56.

 

".......don't listen to dogma, the results of other people's thinking." - Steve Jobs
 
 

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Steve Jobs: 'Death Is the Single Best Invention of Life'

 

Below is an excerpt from his June 12, 2005, speech.

When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: "If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be right." It made an impression on me, and since then, for the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: "If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?" And whenever the answer has been "No" for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.

Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything -- all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure -- these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.

About a year ago, I was diagnosed with cancer....More:


http://www.thestreet.com/story/11269716/1/steve-jobs-death-is-the-single-best-invention-of-life.html



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E-Mail About Holocaust Book Shakes P.S. 290 in Manhattan - NYTimes.com [1 Attachment]

 
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Prof. Kevin Macdonald hit the mark on his BLOG, about Gilad Atzmon

 

Prof. Kevin Macdonald hit the mark on his BLOG, Oct. 3, 2011:

Excerpt:

Atzmon is at his best in dealing with the culture of the Holocaust. In Chapter 16 ("Trauma queen") he dismisses the reality of Jewish Holocaust trauma among Jews who never actually went through the experience, noting that whatever feelings they have are manufactured by what he calls the "Pre-Traumatic Stress Syndrome" — where Jews are manipulated into feeling trauma by media images of imminent destruction and by being transported to Auschwitz for the purpose of "maturing into traumatised Jewish adults" (p. 131), thereby suppressing any possible empathy for the Palestinians. "The well-established Judeo-centric tendency to interpret almost any political and ideological criticism as a declaration of impending Judeocide is a severe form of collective Pre-TSS" (p. 131). There is always a "Shoah to come" (p. 132) lurking around the corner, likely to be set off by any criticism of Jews, no matter how rationally based (see also here, pp. 11–12).

Atzmon notes that the Holocaust cult has all the features of a religion and none of the features of a historical narrative:

It has priests (e.g., Simon Wiesenthal, Elie Wiesel, Deborah Lipstadt) and prophets (… those who warn of the Iranian Judeocide to come). It has commandments and dogmas ('Never Again') and rituals (memorial days, pilgrimage to Auschwitz, etc). It has an established, esoteric symbolic order (kapos, gas chambers, chimneys…). It also has a temple, Yad Vashem, and shrines — Holocaust museums in capital cities worldwide. The Holocaust religion is also financed by a massive global financial network …. This new religion is coherent enough to define its 'antichrists' (Holocaust deniers) and powerful enough to persecute them (through Holocaust-denial and hate-speech laws). (pp. 148–149)

The Holocaust has therefore achieved "meta-historical status" — beyond factual inquiry, its "'factuality' sealed by draconian laws, and its reasoning secured by social and political institutions" (p. 149). It is a powerful political force on behalf of Jewish interests—e.g., it "is touted as a pretext for nuking Iran" (p. 152).

Many of these points have also been made by Peter Novick his The Holocaust in American Life. Novick adds that the culture of the Holocaust was promoted as the main source of Jewish identity and in the effort to combat assimilation and intermarriage among Jews. An important lesson is that "tolerance and diversity [are] good; hate [is] bad, the overall rubric [being] 'man's inhumanity to man'" (pp. 258-259). The Holocaust has thus become an instrument of Jewish ethnic interests as an instrument to silence opponents of high levels of multi-ethnic immigration into Western societies. And, regarding the metaphysical uniqueness of the Holocaust, it would be hard to improve on Abe Foxman's comment, cited by Novick (p. 199) that the Holocaust is "not simply one example of genocide but a near successful attempt on the life of God's chosen children and, thus, on God himself."

Atzmon makes the interesting point that the Holocaust religion is simply another version of age-old Jewish fear — the pre-traumatic stress syndrome discussed above. It is a bunker mentality of impending doom that rationalizes even the most extreme actions to prevent it. One might also note that it functions as a modern version of Jewish chosenness — that Jews are a special people whose sufferings are unique.

Atzmon is not so much a Holocaust denier as someone who denies the metaphysical status that the Holocaust has achieved—its uniqueness, its being beyond questioning, and its historical transcendence—all of which have made it into an enormously powerful weapon for achieving Jewish interests and in particular for making Israel's behavior beyond reproach. Thus, he does not deny that his great-grandmother died in WWII, but he refuses to give her death any special status: Her death "was indeed bad and tragic, but not that different from the fate of millions of Ukrainians, on learning the real meaning of communism. … [Her fate] was not so different from hundreds of thousands of German civilians who died in deliberate, indiscriminate bombing, just because they were Germans" (p. 175).

More:

http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2011/10/a-dissident-meditation-on-jewish-identity-a-review-of-gilad-atzmons-the-wandering-who/?show=comments

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CBS Poll: Herman Cain rises, tied in first place with Mitt Romney (--can this be true?) [1 Attachment]

 
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The Whole World Is Watching: Nonviolence at Liberty Plaza — VIDEOS AND PHOTOS | Veterans Today

 

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/10/01/the-whole-world-is-watching-nonviolence-at-liberty-plaza-videos-and-photos/

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Fun stuff to read, tell and watch:

Now FREE to watch all 91 minutes: "Defamation," from Israeli filmmaker Yoav Shamir: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryLV286AnaI&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Some of His Best Friends Are Jewish: The Saga of a Holocaust Revisionist By Nathaniel Popper. Link: http://tinyurl.com/3v6m88c

...an Israeli lawyer has filed a class-action lawsuit against former President Jimmy Carter, seeking $5 million in damages because his book "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid" allegedly defamed Israel. Link: http://tinyurl.com/3pltqg2

"...when you have laws against questioning the Holocaust narrative, you are screaming at the other person to stop thinking!!!" ---Mike Santomauro. *Anthony Lawson's Holocaust Video "were the Germans so stupid"... Link: http://tinyurl.com/643q54n

An anti-Semite condemns people for being Jews, I am not an anti-Semite.--Mike Santomauro. Link: http://tinyurl.com/42z9p8o

Start reading DEBATING THE HOLOCAUST in under a minute: http://tinyurl.com/3f8h874

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Marines Heading to Wall Street to Protect Protesters »

 

Dear All,

We have finally exposed the enemy, the Corporate Dictator in the US and US Mainstream Media stooges.

Thanks to Veterans Today for their great coverage this week of Occupy Wall Street protests.




Marines Heading to Wall Street to Protect Protesters »


Courtesy: Addicting Info

by Tim King

(SALEM, Ore.) – The protesters on Wall Street will soon have the protection of United States Marines who will form a human wall between the crowds of tireless protesters and the increasinglyunpopular New York cops who continue to appear on YouTube in scenes that twist the insides of patriotic Americans.

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The Whole World Is Watching: Nonviolence at Liberty Plaza — VIDEOS AND PHOTOS


No one should be surprised at overreaction and Police Brutality in a Police State, but in Democratic America ?

This is what Democracy looks like. Three cops to take down and hold one small girl. Big heroes, all of whom deserve a medal for bravery, and performance of hazardous duty.

Punching out and jailing demonstrators will bring down the government as quickly as anything else.

As for Ivan Marovic's recommendations, yes, by all means organize! "They "are organized, and if you are to confront them, you have to be organized if you expect to get anywhere except in jail or hospital.

Occupy Wall Street- MSNBC Reporter SLAMS NYC Police Brutality!

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The Best Among Us


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by Chrish Hedges

Choose. But choose fast. The state and corporate forces are determined to crush this. They are not going to wait for you. They are terrified this will spread.

This is what it means to be alive. They are the best among us.

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Keith Olbermann and Amy Goodman Call out Wall Street Protests Media Blackout

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Occupy Wall Street Protest Enters Second Week. It's A War Going On! It's A Struggle.


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End the Fed, End the Wars & End the Corruption!!


Occupy Wall Street Protests

Protester arrested and handcuffed by cops

Distribute Far and Wide… Props to the young man in the video & small story visuals (user/Small1124)… if you know this protester's name and he would like credit, please message me. Otherwise He is You… He is Me… He is US… We are Fed Up (no pun intended) with TPTB…

edit – i found videographer's (Philip Small) blog & post on his capturing of this amazing protester:

http://smallstoryvisuals.com/blog/?p=528

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'Occupy Wall Street' protest turns chaotic and violent (Roundup)

by Steve Ragan - Sep 26 2011, 02:24

Occupy Wall Street protest turns chaotic and violent (IMG:Occupy Wall Street)

Occupy Wall Street protest turns chaotic and violent (IMG:Occupy Wall Street)

Nearly 100 people have been arrested for protesting in and around Wall Street in New York during what some are referring to as "The Arab Spring of The United States". Outraged over the way U.S. political and financial worlds are being managed, protesters calling themselves "The 99%" have gathered to share their grievances and demand change from the top one-percent of America.

There is an old saying in the media (or should that be 'dark humor'?) that goes: "if it bleeds, it leads". For more than a week now, people have gathered in New York to protest on Wall Street, but you wouldn't know it from just reading the daily headlines. Specifically, there has been little to no coverage in the U.S. media, and one has to wonder if the reason is due to the fact that protests are not seen as 'news' until they become chaotic.

Even we here at The Tech Herald, while following live video feeds and comments online, skipped coverage of the protest because it was peaceful. Also, the police assigned to guard and protect areas around Wall Street and Liberty Plaza were seemingly friendly, outwardly respectful of the people's right to demonstrate.

In all honestly, the week's major news out of Wall Street centered not on the protesters or their aims, but on a small pizza joint and its owners who were making a killing on food deliveries. There were arrests, but most were due to protesters being disrespectful, and they were certainly in the minority of those representing The 99%.

In the cold and rain, protesters sleep. When they wake, they gather to march and chant their message of change. Peaceful, using only their voices and cameras as tools, they stand united as The 99% "that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%."

An Anonymous statement to those on Wall Street explains that they "are not at the eye of the storm", but rather are facing something much larger.

"Some four years ago you shattered this country, liquidating it piecemeal for your own selfish interests. We are here, gathered at the steps of your butcher block four years later, frenzied and furious. We are Democrats and Republicans, young and old. Your horrendous actions have crossed party lines. Your crimes have united this great melting pot into a white hot alloy of rage," reads the Anonymous statement.

"The world is stirring and with it, revolution is brewing. Perhaps you see yourselves at the eye of the storm, luxuriating in peace and tranquility while all around is ripped apart and made anew." it continues. 

"Anonymous is here to offer a gentle reminder: You are not at the eye of the storm. You are at the center of the crosshairs! The people have grown weary of their corporate shackles, the greed of Wall Street having left them with nothing to lose, but their chains. From Cairo to Iran, London to Tunisia and Syria to Greece, this is our day of rage."

A leaderless resistance movement, 'Occupy Wall Street' got its start in July, when Adbusters promoted the idea of a nonviolent protest at the center of the country's financial power.

"Like our brothers and sisters in Egypt, Greece, Spain, and Iceland, we plan to use the revolutionary Arab Spring tactic of mass occupation to restore democracy in America. We also encourage the use of nonviolence to achieve our ends and maximize the safety of all participants," protest organizers explained.

The group started on September 17, and one week later protest crowds grew from a few hundred to over a thousand (based on estimations and images). Online, the #occupywallstreet hash tag on Twitter gathered support from people around the world, many of whom have since made donations and offered encouragement. Yet, during this week, despite the rain and cold, the mood was upbeat.

While the protesters clearly wanted some serious concerns addressed, there was nothing threatening about the gathered crowds, aside from raised voices. In fact, in some cases the police outnumbered the protesters, most standing silent, while others used their own cameras to record events.

It was peaceful. In the world of mass media, peace doesn't gain readers and it doesn't sell newspapers. It seems harsh to say, but that is how things are, and reporters rarely get to pick the topics they cover. During the previous week, both the police and protesters were calm and ordered. People were wearing smiles, and positive discussions were being had in and out of the protest lines.

However, all of that changed on Saturday.

More pointedly, police carrying an orange fence through Union Square started to corral protesters and herd them onto sidewalks as the weekend dawned. The goal was apparently to both keep them off the streets and to prevent them from standing in one place for too long. And so, armed with batons and cameras, the police flanked and shadowed marching protesters, who were moving to the brisk cadence of beating drums.

Some protesters were immediately compliant with the movement of accompanying police officers and their dynamic orange fence. Yet others weren't so willing, choosing instead to move at a pace the police deemed to be defiant and slow. As the police issued more orders to move, those who did not do so immediately were threatened with arrest.

According to the NYPD, subsequent arrests made on Saturday were for disorderly conduct and resisting. Many of those taken into custody were said to have been blocking pedestrian traffic or vehicular traffic as they loitered in one spot. Others were non-compliant with police orders and/or resisted somewhat while being forcibly removed.

The most shocking images from Saturday's protest centered on a group of women on the sidewalk. Screaming with sheer panic one of these women is brought to her knees by police pepper spray, grabbing wildly at the air in a futile attempt to find something - anything - to clear her eyes and mouth of burning pain. Truly, that image reflects a twisted turn of events considering how peacefully things started just a week earlier.

What makes the pepper spray attack even more troubling is that, by all accounts, the women were standing where they were supposed to be. Yet, they were prevented from moving along with the rest of the group due to the same orange fence used to corral others out of the street earlier. Even officers holding the fence in place looked shocked and confused as one of their superiors sprayed the area.

Caught in something of a fenced-in cage, the women were reacting to the arrest of a protester a few feet from them when the incident took place. Patrick Bruner, a spokesman for the protest, condemned the actions and tactics used by attending police as "exceedingly violent", noting that the protesters had sought to remain peaceful at all times.

The video clips below offer a more defined view of what happened. Take note, some of the following content may be shocking to some readers:  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moD2JnGTToA&feature=player_embedded#t=0s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ05rWx1pig&feature=player_embedded#t=0s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eU9Dx0x9h4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s

More pointedly, police carrying an orange fence through Union Square started to corral protesters and herd them onto sidewalks as the weekend dawned. The goal was apparently to both keep them off the streets and to prevent them from standing in one place for too long. And so, armed with batons and cameras, the police flanked and shadowed marching protesters, who were moving to the brisk cadence of beating drums.

Some protesters were immediately compliant with the movement of accompanying police officers and their dynamic orange fence. Yet others weren't so willing, choosing instead to move at a pace the police deemed to be defiant and slow. As the police issued more orders to move, those who did not do so immediately were threatened with arrest.

According to the NYPD, subsequent arrests made on Saturday were for disorderly conduct and resisting. Many of those taken into custody were said to have been blocking pedestrian traffic or vehicular traffic as they loitered in one spot. Others were non-compliant with police orders and/or resisted somewhat while being forcibly removed.

The most shocking images from Saturday's protest centered on a group of women on the sidewalk. Screaming with sheer panic one of these women is brought to her knees by police pepper spray, grabbing wildly at the air in a futile attempt to find something - anything - to clear her eyes and mouth of burning pain. Truly, that image reflects a twisted turn of events considering how peacefully things started just a week earlier.

What makes the pepper spray attack even more troubling is that, by all accounts, the women were standing where they were supposed to be. Yet, they were prevented from moving along with the rest of the group due to the same orange fence used to corral others out of the street earlier. Even officers holding the fence in place looked shocked and confused as one of their superiors sprayed the area.

Caught in something of a fenced-in cage, the women were reacting to the arrest of a protester a few feet from them when the incident took place. Patrick Bruner, a spokesman for the protest, condemned the actions and tactics used by attending police as "exceedingly violent", noting that the protesters had sought to remain peaceful at all times.

The video clips below offer a more defined view of what happened. Take note, some of the following content may be shocking to some readers: 


Another video outlines the general chaos that surrounded the protesters on Saturday.


It is presently unknown why the protest event shifted from peaceful to chaotic so quickly. And, to make matters worse, a person from the Chemical and Biological Response Unit of the Department of Homeland Security seemed to be taunting protesters by wearing a Guy Fawkes mask, which is a symbol used by Anonymous.

Why would law enforcement agencies do this, especially if they are stressing that some of the actions taken by protesters were/are illegal?

More information can be located via the direct links below.

Main protest hub

Videos and images

Images


Once again the time has come for revolution in America.


by John Spritzler and Dave Stratman

 

"What do we mean by the Revolution? The war? That was no part of the revolution; it was only an effect and consequence of it. The revolution was in the minds of the people, and this was effected from 1760 – 1775, in the course of fifteen years, before a drop of blood was shed at Lexington."
–John Adams, Letter to Thomas Jefferson, August 24, 1815


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Occupy Wall Street Protestors Take Fight to Broadway; 80 arrested [VIDEO]

Welcome To The USA. Peaceful Protesters Maced. This can no longer be stopped. But be advised, this will not be televised…This is America ?



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Enjoy!
 the Good ol' days when America had Talent.

Great Dance Routine: James Cagney and Bob Hope


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Fun stuff to read, tell and watch:

Now FREE to watch all 91 minutes: "Defamation," from Israeli filmmaker Yoav Shamir: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryLV286AnaI&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Some of His Best Friends Are Jewish: The Saga of a Holocaust Revisionist By Nathaniel Popper. Link: http://tinyurl.com/3v6m88c

...an Israeli lawyer has filed a class-action lawsuit against former President Jimmy Carter, seeking $5 million in damages because his book "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid" allegedly defamed Israel. Link: http://tinyurl.com/3pltqg2

"...when you have laws against questioning the Holocaust narrative, you are screaming at the other person to stop thinking!!!" ---Mike Santomauro. *Anthony Lawson's Holocaust Video "were the Germans so stupid"... Link: http://tinyurl.com/643q54n

An anti-Semite condemns people for being Jews, I am not an anti-Semite.--Mike Santomauro. Link: http://tinyurl.com/42z9p8o

Start reading DEBATING THE HOLOCAUST in under a minute: http://tinyurl.com/3f8h874

Peace.

Mike Santomauro
Editorial Director
Call anytime: 917-974-6367

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