Wednesday, March 16, 2011

In Memoriam: Today Is The 8th Anniversary Of The Brutal Murder Of Rachel Corrie By The Criminal Israelis

With all of the focus centered on what is happening in Japan, especially with the increasing dangers of full meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear facility and the subsequent release of deadly radioactivity that could potentially devastate all of Japan, we sometimes forget that there are other important issues taking place elsewhere in the world... I am here to make sure that an important Anniversary does not go by unnoticed..

Eight years ago today, Rachel Corrie was crushed to death by the criminal actions of the Israeli Defense Forces.   She was working with a peaceful activist group desperately trying to prevent the demolition of a doctor's home in the Gaza Strip by Israeli IDF forces armoured bulldozers.   

That morning, 8 years ago, she stood defiantly in front of one of these monster machines, in full view of the bulldozer driver, only to have that driver blatantly run her over, crushing her instantly.   To make matters worse and to show the inhuman behavior of these criminals, the driver dropped the bulldozer's bucket down to the ground and then backed up over Rachel's crushed body, doing even more irreparable damage.

I want to present again to all of my readers the best video that summarizes what happened that fateful day, and how important Rachel Corrie was and still is in this fight against evil.   This video is entitled: "Rachel Corrie, The Girl With Dreams"... and I am again proud to present it again right here:

NTS Notes:  It was the murder of Rachel Corrie back on this date in 2003 that convinced me to begin blogging and writing articles exposing these criminals for their horrendous crimes against humanity, and what they truly stand for... For that and in her memory, I want to say: "Thank you Rachel"...

I will forever be haunted by Rachel's last words before she died... "I think my back is broken"....

Lets never forget Rachel Corrie and her efforts in fighting against evil.

More to come



Anonymous said...

Hey Northern, it's in memoriam.

Great post. I'm not being picky, but it has to be right. Sorry in advance.

Cannibal Rabbi

Citizenfitz said...

Eight years already? She didn't die in vain though: a lot of people started waking up when they read about what happened to her.

Northerntruthseeker said...

Thanks Cannibal... I changed the title...

Picky, picky, picky!!! lol

Noor al Haqiqa said...

Thank you for posting this mon ami. I am ashamed to say, I forgot this was the anniversary. Of course, Mom's taking another fall and spending the day with her might have had something to do with that.

She was a brave woman and lived her dreams even though they led to her untimely death. But then, is any death untimely? I have always said we leave when our work is done or our lessons taught and learned.

Rachel left and in doing so, taught the world, the citizens of the world, so many things. It is often a bandied about phrase at a funeral, but in Rachel's case it is more than true,

She did not die in vain.

Anonymous said...

Max Nordau (1849-1923) was the co-founder of the World Zionist Organization together with Theodor Herzl.

Have a look at this Max Nordau quote from Ben Hecht's book 'Perfidy' - which is available for free in PDF format at (on page 232 of 261):

In the Zionist Congress of 1911, 22 years before Hitler came to power, and three years before World War I, Nordau said, “How dare the smooth talkers, the clever official blabbers, open their mouths and boast of progress. . . . Here they hold jubilant peace conferences in which they talk against war. . . . But the same righteous Governments, who are so nobly, industriously active to establish the eternal peace, are preparing, by their own confession, complete annihilation for six million people, and there is nobody, except the doomed themselves, to raise his voice in protest although this is a worse crime than any war . . .” unquote.


And take a look at the article from The American Hebrew, October 31 1919 (see attached reproduction below), prophesying a 'holocaust' of 'six million':

The Crucifixion of Jews Must Stop!
By Martin H. Glynn
(Former Governor of the State of N.Y.)

From across the sea six million men and women call to us for help, and eight hundred thousand little children cry for bread.

These children, these men and women are our fellow-members of the human family, with the same claim on life as we, the same susceptibility to the winter's cold, the same propensity to death before the fangs of hunger. Within them reside the illimitable possibilities for the advancement of the human race as naturally would reside in six million human beings. We may not be their keepers but we ought to be their helpers.

In the face of death, in the throes of starvation there is no place for mental distinctions of creed, no place for physical differentiations of race. In this catastrophe, when six million human beings are being whirled toward the grave by a cruel and relentless fate, only the most idealistic promptings of human nature should sway the heart and move the hand.

Six million men and women are dying from lack of the necessaries of life... etc etc etc