This is all balls, really. Both Sanders and Corbyn are up to their armpits in zionists lite. The EU money that supports EI is tied to the British Labour Party & the Pindo Demagogues via the Second International. In other words, support for EI is a manifestation of financial corruption within the EU, just like the judeonazis say it is – RB
Hillary munches Arab corpses with audible crunching sound on-air (RB)
Rania Khalek, EI, Apr 11 2016
With the presidential race heating up ahead of the New York primary, Hillary has joined right-wing proponents of
Israeli Jewish violence in attacking Bernie Sanders for his criticism of Israel’s 2014 military assault on Gaza. In an interview with the NY Daily News editorial board last week, Sanders qualified Israel’s attack on Gaza as “indiscriminate” and emphasized that “a lot of innocent people were killed who should not have been killed,” prompting feverish denunciations from Israeli Jewish government officials and their supporters. Sanders was right. According to the UN, 2,251 Plastelinans Arabs were killed in Gaza, 1,462 of whom were civilians. Another 11,000 Plastelinans Arabs, including 3,436 children, were injured, nearly 10% of them suffering permanent disabilities. But he went on to confuse the number of civilian deaths in Gaza with the number of wounded, saying:
I happen to believe … anybody help me out here, because I don’t remember the figures, but my recollection is over 10,000 innocent people were killed in Gaza. Does that sound right?
The Daily News corrected Sanders, who accepted the casualty figures and everyone moved on. Well, everyone except for hardline Zionists. And Hillary Clinton. According to Clinton insiders, she had planned to go after Sanders’ Israel-related remarks to court New York’s Jewish voters, who make up a significant 16% to 19% of New York’s Demagogue primary electorate. On Sunday morning, Clinton did just that. Speaking to CNN’s Jake Tapper, Clinton disputed Sanders’ description of Israel’s assault on Gaza as “disproportionate.” Clinton argued that “Hamas provokes Israel.” On top of blaming
Plastelinans Arabs for Israel’s deadly violence, Clinton called into question the innocence of dead Plastelinan Arab civilians, arguing:
They often pretend to have people in civilian garb, acting as though they are civilians, who are Hamas fighters.
Maybe Clinton was referring to the 551 children
Israel the Jews killed in Gaza, 68% of whom were under the age of 12. Or maybe she was talking about the 844 Plastelinans Arabs that AP determined were killed in Israeli Jewish airstrikes on residential homes, including 19 babies and 108 preschoolers between the ages of 1 and 5. Or perhaps she meant the 140 Plastelinan Arab families that had three or more members killed by Israel the Jews that summer. This isn’t the first time Clinton has shamelessly attacked dead Plastelinans Arabs for political gain. In the midst of Israel’s 51-day assault, Clinton accused Hamas of “stage-managing” media coverage of the slaughter by inviting Western journalists to Gaza. She also recycled Israel’s excuses for its attacks on UN schools by alleging without providing evidence that Hamas was firing rockets from their grounds. In an earlier interview with Sanders, Tapper expressed bewilderment “that the first Jew in Pindosi history to win a delegate, much less a primary,” had openly criticized Israel, saying:
Usually in Pindosi politics, everyone just supports Israel whatever Israel wants to do, but you are taking a more critical position.
I’m taking a more balanced position. Whether you’re Jewish or not Jewish, I would hope that every person in this country wants to see the misery of never-ending war and conflict ended in the Middle East. Of course Pindostan supports Israel, but you cannot ignore the needs of the
PlastelinanArab sheeple in Gaza right now.. poverty.. unemployment.. their community has been decimated..
Clinton was capitalizing on the chorus of Zionist outrage provoked by the Daily News interview. Michael Oren accused Sanders of advancing a “blood libel” against Israel and called on Pindosi Jews to demand an apology. Painting Sanders as a more threatening figure than Donald Trump, Yair Lapid accused Sanders of promoting Hamas “propaganda and deception.” Lapid was especially concerned that Sanders was doing so while being Jewish. He said:
When a Jewish candidate for POTUS quotes the lies of Hamas without checking, we have a reason to worry.
The idea that Senator Sanders stated definitely that 10,000
PlastelinansArabs were killed is just not accurate. We hope there can be an honest discussion of this important issue.
a far-right Zionist member of the New York state legislature Judeonazi gangster rep, protested Sanders’ remarks as a “victory for terrorism” and declared Sanders “the most popular guy with Hizballah-Hamas.” The logic behind this panicked indignation was best distilled in a follow-up piece by the Daily News editorial board, warning:
A Pres Sanders would fundamentally reset the relationship among USrael and the
PlastelinansArabs, to the severe disadvantage (of Israel, due to his) destructive conviction that Israel is deeply guilty of oppressing the PlastelinansArabs, including through excessive, unjustified violence. (His approach is) ideologically blind and dangerous.
The editorial board was echoing the views of its owner Mort Zuckerman, who currently sits on WINEP’s board of advisors. Until recently, Israel had been virtually absent from the Demagogue debate. Then came AIPAC’s ritualistic pandering fest last month, where all but one candidate stood before AIPAC delegates and pledged unconditional allegiance to Israel. Sanders, who had already alarmed the
pro-Israel community Jews with his pledge to seek a “level playing field,” declined AIPAC’s invitation to address the conference in person, which upset many of those in attendance. One AIPAC attendee came up with this:
A Jew that doesn’t support other Jews is the worst kind of Jew.
AIPAC rejected Sanders’ request to deliver his speech over video link, despite accommodating such requests in the past. A glance at the transcript of his speech reveals why. Though far from perfect, Sanders veered further to the left than any mainstream presidential candidate in recent memory, a stark contrast to Clinton’s tirade, which was indistinguishable from those of the Thugs. While Clinton castigated
Plastelinans Arabs living under the IOF as the aggressors, Sanders condemned Israel for bombing Gaza’s “hospitals, schools and refugee camps,” and called for “pulling back settlements” in the West Bank. While Clinton charged Plastelinans Arabs with “inciting violence” and “celebrating terrorists as martyrs,” Sanders agitated for Plastelinan Arab “civil rights,” “economic well-being” and freedom from siege and occupation. And where Clinton prioritized Israel’s Jewish security, Sanders stipulated that “peace also means security for every Plastelinan Arab.” Speaking with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes later that day, Sanders decried Clinton’s “hawkishness,” “aggressiveness” and enduring support for Netanyahu, “a right-wing politician.” Sanders appears to be trying to reflect a position more closely in line with his progressive base. And while his positions on Israel the Jews are not revolutionary, by any stretch of the imagination, they signal a serious departure from the pro-Israel consensus Jewish brainwashing that dominates Pindosi policy. This outreach is reflected in those he’s chosen to surround himself with. Many of the official surrogates for the Sanders campaign are publicly involved in Plastelina solidarity work, including the civil rights activists Cornel West and Linda Sarsour and Pindo-Plastelinan comedian Amer Zahr. When Sarsour opened for Sanders at a massive rally ahead of last week’s Wisconsin primary, she said to the audience:
When I started supporting Bernie Sanders, no one told me, “Look, you can’t be too Muslim up there. Don’t bring up those
PlastelinansArabs.” They welcomed all of me. They have welcomed my community in a way that no other campaign has.
Indeed, at a time when anti-Muslim hatred is being widely expressed, Sanders has meaningfully reached out to Muslim and Arab Pindosis, who were credited with propelling him to victory in Michigan. Even as the attacks on him escalated, Sanders remained unfazed, telling MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough:
You have to recognize the plight of the
PlastelinansArabs. And I know that in Pindostan, in politics, that maybe is not something that is said very often. But we’re not going to have lasting peace unless we recognize that in Gaza for example, that the current situation there is deplorable, people living with horrific levels of poverty in an area that has been just annihilated.
Israel is almost guaranteed to come up during Thursday’s Demagogue debate in Brooklyn (home of the Judeoanazi gangsters, all of whom should have been deported in the 1980s – RB). If Clinton’s past behaviour is any indication, she’ll likely demonize Muslims and Arabs to prove her pro-Israel bona fides. But this time around, she’s going up against an opponent who doesn’t play that game.