The Times' Exercises in English Hypocrisy

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The Times' Exercises in English Hypocrisy

Post  Admin on Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:28 am

About a month or two back, I noticed two articles online on the website of the Times newspaper of London, England. These are "Israeli Settlers 'Are Wrecking Peace Process'" and "Hidden Misery of Mao's Slave Teenage Brides." In response, I had commented, but my comments were never approved and published.

What I had and have to say, concerns Englander hypocrisy, not a comment on the activity of the Zionist regime or of the Maoists of China.

In the case of Zionist settlers, I point out that English and Scots have been settled in Ireland, and the country gerrymandered and partitioned to fabricate an artificial state of Northern Ireland, despite which, the Irish remain a majority.

Moreover, the English have, over the centuries, attempted genocides after genocides in Ireland in an effort to exterminate the native Irish. Irish were enslaved and transported to the Americas under brutal conditions, and remnants were absorbed into the African slave

If England objects to the Zionists, it should first admit criminality in Ireland, evacuate the Anglo-Scot Orangemen completely, and return the illegally occupied North, and compensate for the crimes, murders and robberies it perpetrated on the Irish over the centuries, including by the Anglican Church.

In the case of the Chinese 'slave brides,' we must remember how the English settled Australia with dehumanized and subjugated English, Irish, Scots, etc., who were brutally "criminalized" by the English Institutional Kleptocracy, and many of which victims were victimized because they were Catholics. England has never admitted its criminality in this matter, not apologized or offered compensation.

Englanders do not have the moral right to condem other people for doing exactly what they themselves have done.

As far as Palestine is concerned, I affirm that the Arab colonists there are just as illegally there as the Pharisees, and that the Arabs are Arabs from Arabia, not Palestinians. Arabs in the Palestine are as much colonists as the Anglo-Saxons in the U.S.A., Canada, Australia or
New Zealand. Arabs outside of Arabia never belong by any kind of right.

I refuse to "cry" for Arab colonists being "victimized" by the Pharisees. I refuse to "cry" for the Zionists. I will cry only for the Palestinians who are only Christians, for no Arab is a Palestinian, who are victimized both by the Arab Muslim colonists and by the Pharisee Kleptocracy of Zionism, and many of whom (Palestinians) have become so suicidical and self-delusional as to identify themselves with the Arab Muslim kleptocracy in the Holy Land.

Lucio Mascarenhas

    Israeli settlers 'are wrecking peace process'

    Hidden misery of Mao’s slave teenage brides

    «Israel Supreme Court ordered evictions in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood on appeal by Nahalat Shimon International (alleged Settler's group), which claimed Jewish settlers have title deeds for the properties.

    «Ambassador to Cairo Shalom Cohen tried to explain to Hossam Zaki, who is Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit's bureau chief and has often served as his envoy to Israel, that the homes in question have been Jewish-owned for more than 80 years, and the eviction was ordered by a court because the Palestinian tenants violated the terms of their rental contract.

    «The two families were evicted before dawn on Sunday by hundreds of policemen, after the Jerusalem District Court ordered their departure. Jewish families have already entered in their stead, with the consent of the owner, the Sephardic Community Committee, which has owned both houses since before the establishment of the state.

    «The evicted families, Palestinians who fled West Jerusalem during the War of Independence in 1948, were settled in these houses by the United Nations and the Jordanian government, which captured East Jerusalem during that war. When Israel captured East Jerusalem in 1967, the courts awarded the families protected tenant status. However, the district court ruled, even protected tenants must abide by the terms of their rental contracts, and these tenants failed to do so.

    «In the early morning hours Sunday, Aug. 2, 2009, Israeli Border Police broke into the homes of the Hanoun and Ghawi families in Sheikh Jarrah, north of the Old City but still part of downtown East Jerusalem, and forcibly expelled at gunpoint three families from one building (only one of them was under court expulsion order) and four from another (only one was under court expulsion order).

    «Over 50 Palestinian refugees (from the 1948 Arab-Israeli war) immediately became homeless, with nowhere to go. No provisions were made to care for their household possessions or to shelter them by the Israeli authorities who had ordered the expulsions to be carried out.

    «Sunday night, the Hanoun and Ghawi families were out on the streets. "The Red Cross came and offered us tents," said Maher Hanoun, "But we do not want any tent. We do not want rations of rice and sugar. We want to return to our home."

    «Just after the eviction operation, settlers moved in, protected by the Israeli Border Police»,7340,L-3756612,00.html

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