Monday, May 31, 2010

Pathetic World Reaction To Israel's Outright Murder

I have been waiting to see the response from the biggest Zionist Jewish shill of them all, Barry Soetoro, to the heinous murder of civilians on board the Gaza Freedom Flotilla that was attacked in International Waters while enroute to Gaza itself. I am not holding my breath that the Americans will do anything to hurt their masters in Tel Aviv.

However, I have been watching the response so far from other nations around the planet to the criminal Israeli actions. From what I am seeing as shown in this latest article from the ultimate Zionist propaganda machine,, it seems the reaction from around the globe goes from poor non-confrontational "condemnation" to outright pathetic words and rhetoric only:

World reaction to Israel's pre-dawn raid

May 31, 2010 9:09 a.m. EDT

(CNN) -- The United Nations said it is shocked at the loss of life during the Israeli military pre-dawn raid on a flotilla of six ships carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza.

The U.N. has urged Israel to take no further steps that could endanger civilian lives.

"We wish to make clear that such tragedies are entirely avoidable if Israel heeds the repeated calls of the international community to end its counterproductive and unacceptable blockade of Gaza," said a joint statement from Robert Serry, U.N. Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process and Filippo Grandi, Commissioner-General of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency.

White House spokesman Bill Burton said the United States "deeply regrets the loss of life and injuries sustained and is currently working to understand the circumstances surrounding this tragedy."

10 dead after pre-dawm commando raid

The British Foreign Office said it was seeking "urgent clarification" into the incident, while the Swedish foreign ministry summoned Israel's ambassador, a spokeswoman said.

Former prime minister Tony Blair, a Mideast envoy and member of the Middle East Quartet, a group of nations working toward peace in the region, said in a statement Monday: "I express deep regret and shock at the tragic loss of life. There obviously has to be a full investigation into what has happened. Once again I repeat my view that we need a different and better way of helping the people of Gaza and avoiding the hardship and tragedy that is inherent in the present situation."

According to CNN affiliate TV4, 11 Swedes are among the activists traveling aboard the ships.

Greece and France were among the other nations to summon the Israeli ambassador to demand a report on the safety of passengers aboard the flotilla.

After the meeting, the Greek foreign ministry said that the visit of the Israeli Joint Chiefs -- scheduled for Tuesday -- is being postponed, and that the Greek-Israeli military exercise that was in progress has been discontinued. A Greek foreign affairs ministry official could not say how many Greeks were aboard the six ships.

An indignant Turkey recalled its ambassador from Israel, canceled three planned military exercises with the Israeli military and called home its youth national football team, which had two games scheduled in Israel, said Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc.

Protests continued Monday outside the Israeli embassy in Istanbul. The protests, which began on Sunday, were largely peaceful, but police did use water cannons at one point to keep demonstrators at bay.

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri said the raid will inflame the region.

"Lebanon strongly condemns this attack and calls on the international community, and specifically on the major countries which are supposed to be responsible about the peace process, to take action in order to stop this continuous violation of human rights, which is putting the international peace at risk," Hariri said.

Pakistan said it was concerned about the well-being and whereabouts of two journalists who were aboard the flotilla.

"The Government of Pakistan strongly condemns the use of brazen force by Israel against a humanitarian Mission that was embarked on delivering humanitarian aid to the Palestinian people in Gaza," the country's foreign ministry said.

"The killing of members of this humanitarian mission, which also included women, is brutal, inhuman and constitutes a flagrant violation of international law and norms."

Earlier, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said there was no excuse for an attack "by armed forces on a humanitarian convoy."

"The Palestinian government strongly condemns this crime, which portrays, once again, Israeli disrespect for the lives of innocent civilians, and its disrespect for international law," Fayyad said.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has called for three days of mourning in the Palestinian territories, while Saeb Erekat, the chief Palestinian negotiator said the attack was "on civilians who came from all over the world peacefully with wheelchairs and food supplies and medical supplies."

Sami Abu Zuhri, a spokesman for Hamas, said: "The Israeli occupation tries to deny this massacre by saying that the activists on the boat are from Hamas and Muslim brotherhood and this is a lying campaign, because the activists are international activists and between them are parliament members of western countries and know international peace activists."

NTS Notes: So again it seems Israel and its Zionist Jewish power brokers around the planet dominate nations and all nations are handcuffed by what they can do against this latest Israeli aggression as a result. The pathetic response from the world's nations to this heinous murdering of innocent people by the criminal state of Israel just means that the criminal Zionist Jewish state can act with impunity and get away with almost anything it wants!

I must repeat it again as I have said it before. People around the world must finally stand up against criminal Zionist Judaism and put a halt to their criminal activities. The victims of this heinous attack deserve so much better!

More to come


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