Monday, August 4, 2014

The Continuing Israeli Genocide Of Gaza: Exposing Israeli Lies - How A "Kidnapped" Soldier Ilustrates Israeli Deception!

Today, the reports coming out of Gaza seem to be going from bad to horrific... It seems that as I have already stated as fact is coming true... The insane and very criminal Israelis are out to exterminate the entire population locked up in what is truly the world's largest open air concentration camp.   There should be absolutely no doubt in anyone's minds any more that this has always been the purpose of this Israeli operation against innocent and mostly helpless human beings..

Every single lie that the Israelis have used to this date that they have used as their "excuse" to attack Gaza has been proven to be fraudulent... We first had the "3 captured and murdered" Israeli youths in the West Bank that have now been proven to be either totally fraudulent or were murdered by Mossad operatives.  Then we had the "excuse" of the non-existent Gaza "rockets" that were proven to be nothing more than either fireworks or small bottle rockets launched by Israeli provocateurs, which again were most probably Mossad operatives... Then we have the lie of Gaza "tunnels" that would be impossible to build at all under the surveillance system that the Israelis have in operation in Gaza..... That makes Israel 3 for 3 for lying about excuses for their slaughter of innocent people... And yet the lies continue to come out of that nation full of liars...

Now comes the latest lie about a "captured Israeli soldier" that the Israelis have used as their excuse to murder and slaughter more people, as well as attempt to flatten the entire city of Rafah as "revenge" for this soldier's "kidnapping  and murder".... But even this excuse for genocide is coming apart, for according to this article from Jonathan Cook through the Electronic Intifada website, at www.intifada-palestine.com, it appears that this entire "captured Israeli soldier" story is beginning to unravel and shows the deception of Israel (again) in their continuing "excuses" to justify the destruction of Gaza... The article is entitled: "How A "Kidnapped" Soldier Illustrates Israeli Deception" and I have it right here for my own readers to view for themselves... I have my usual thoughts and comments to follow:

How a ‘kidnapped’ soldier illustrates Israel’s deception

3 August 2014
The National – 3 August 2014
A single incident at the weekend – the reported capture by Hamas on Friday of an Israeli soldier through a tunnel – illustrated in stark fashion the layers of deception Israel has successfully cast over its attack on Gaza.
On Sunday, as the army indicated it would start limited withdrawals, Israel suggested Hadar Goldin was dead, possibly buried in a collapsed tunnel as Israel bombarded the area in which he was seized. His family said he was being left behind.
Israeli officials and media did not view Hamas’s operation dispassionately. Goldin was not “captured” but “kidnapped” – as though he was an innocent seized by opportunistic criminals.
Astoundingly, many western journalists followed Israel’s lead. The Times of London’s front page blared: “Kidnapped in Gaza”, while the Boston Globe called him the “abducted Israeli soldier”.
From western reactions, it was also clear the soldier’s capture was considered more significant news than any of the massacres of Palestinian civilians over the past weeks.
Israel’s cynical calculus – that one soldier is more valuable than large numbers of dead Palestinian civilians – was echoed in the diplomatic and editorial corridors of Washington, London and Paris.
Misleading too was the theme that, in attacking soldiers and seizing Goldin, Hamas had violated a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire.
CBS reporter Charlie D’Agata was among those who, in parroting Israeli briefings, inadvertently exposed the deceit. The soldier was “suspected of being kidnapped during an operation to clear tunnels – crucially, [officials] say, this happened after the ceasefire was supposed to take place”.
So if a ceasefire was in place, what were Goldin and his comrades doing detonating the tunnels in which Israel says Hamas is hiding? Were Hamas fighters supposed to simply wait to be entombed during the pause in hostilities? Or was Israel the one violating the ceasefire?
And then there was the explosion of military fury as Israel realised its soldier was missing. Israeli correspondents suggested the notorious “Hannibal procedure” had been invoked: the use of all means to stop a soldier being taken alive, including killing him. The rationale is to prevent the enemy gaining a psychological advantage in negotiations.
The unleashing of massive firepower appeared designed to ensure Goldin and his captors never made it out of their tunnel, but in the process dozens of Palestinians died.
It was another illustration of Israel’s absolute disregard for the safety of civilians. At least three-quarters of the more than 1,700 Palestinians killed so far have been non-combatants, while almost all Israeli casualties have been soldiers. Another UN school was hit on Sunday, killing at least 10 Palestinians seeking refuge from Israeli shelling.
Israel’s official justifications for taking the fight into Gaza have been layered with deceit too. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has argued that Israel was dragged into a war of necessity. US president Barack Obama echoed him: Israel had a right to defend itself from rocket fire out of Gaza. Later, the pretext would become Israel’s need to destroy the “terror tunnels”.
The logic was deeply flawed. Israel is occupying and besieging Gaza, conferring on its inhabitants a right under international law to fight for their freedom. How does the oppressor, the lawbreaker have a right to self-defence? If Israel objects to being scratched and bruised, it should stop choking its victim.
Equally significantly, Israel has obscured the truth that it picked this particular round of its ongoing confrontation with Hamas – and did so entirely cynically.
A BBC reporter recently confirmed with an Israeli police spokesman that the group behind the abduction in June of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank – the trigger for an Israeli campaign against Hamas – was a lone cell.
Claiming precisely the opposite – that he had cast-iron proof Hamas was responsible – Mr Netanyahu gave the army free rein to arrest hundreds of Hamas members and smash the organisation’s institutions in the West Bank.
The crackdown created the necessary provocation: Hamas allowed its Gaza factions to start firing limited numbers of rockets. Analyst Nathan Thrall notes that Hamas had impressed the Israeli army until that point by enforcing the ceasefire agreed 18 months earlier, even though Israel violated the terms by maintaining Gaza’s siege. Now the rockets gave Mr Netanyahu an excuse to strike.
So what was Mr Netanyahu’s real reason for going into Gaza? What were these many deceptions designed to hide?
It seems he wanted to end a strategic threat: not Hamas rockets or tunnels, but the establishment of a unity government between Hamas and its long-time rivals Fatah.
But Hamas’s unexpectedly impressive martial display against Israel – killing dozens of soldiers, firing long-range rockets into Israel and briefly closing the airport – may have changed the calculus again.
Now, Mr Netanyahu may need Palestinian unity, at least on his terms, to undermine Hamas’s gains.
As Israel began its attack on Gaza, Mr Netanyahu warned there could never be “any agreement in which we relinquish security control” of the West Bank. He was ruling out any hope of Palestinian statehood. A “demilitarised” entity, heavily circumscribed and absolutely dependent on Israel and the US, seems to be all that is on the table.
Allowing Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah into Gaza could justify loosening the siege. But only as long as Mr Abbas agrees to remove Hamas’s military infrastructure and export to the coastal enclave the model he has established in the West Bank – of endless accommodation to Israeli and US dictates.
- See more at: http://www.jonathan-cook.net/2014-08-03/how-a-kidnapped-soldier-illustrates-israels-deception/#sthash.DwLJkH4W.dpuf
The National – 3 August 2014
A single incident at the weekend – the reported capture by Hamas on Friday of an Israeli soldier through a tunnel – illustrated in stark fashion the layers of deception Israel has successfully cast over its attack on Gaza.
On Sunday, as the army indicated it would start limited withdrawals, Israel suggested Hadar Goldin was dead, possibly buried in a collapsed tunnel as Israel bombarded the area in which he was seized. His family said he was being left behind.
Israeli officials and media did not view Hamas’s operation dispassionately. Goldin was not “captured” but “kidnapped” – as though he was an innocent seized by opportunistic criminals.
Astoundingly, many western journalists followed Israel’s lead. The Times of London’s front page blared: “Kidnapped in Gaza”, while the Boston Globe called him the “abducted Israeli soldier”.
From western reactions, it was also clear the soldier’s capture was considered more significant news than any of the massacres of Palestinian civilians over the past weeks.
Israel’s cynical calculus – that one soldier is more valuable than large numbers of dead Palestinian civilians – was echoed in the diplomatic and editorial corridors of Washington, London and Paris.
Misleading too was the theme that, in attacking soldiers and seizing Goldin, Hamas had violated a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire.
CBS reporter Charlie D’Agata was among those who, in parroting Israeli briefings, inadvertently exposed the deceit. The soldier was “suspected of being kidnapped during an operation to clear tunnels – crucially, [officials] say, this happened after the ceasefire was supposed to take place”.
So if a ceasefire was in place, what were Goldin and his comrades doing detonating the tunnels in which Israel says Hamas is hiding? Were Hamas fighters supposed to simply wait to be entombed during the pause in hostilities? Or was Israel the one violating the ceasefire?
And then there was the explosion of military fury as Israel realised its soldier was missing. Israeli correspondents suggested the notorious “Hannibal procedure” had been invoked: the use of all means to stop a soldier being taken alive, including killing him. The rationale is to prevent the enemy gaining a psychological advantage in negotiations.
The unleashing of massive firepower appeared designed to ensure Goldin and his captors never made it out of their tunnel, but in the process dozens of Palestinians died.
It was another illustration of Israel’s absolute disregard for the safety of civilians. At least three-quarters of the more than 1,700 Palestinians killed so far have been non-combatants, while almost all Israeli casualties have been soldiers. Another UN school was hit on Sunday, killing at least 10 Palestinians seeking refuge from Israeli shelling.
Israel’s official justifications for taking the fight into Gaza have been layered with deceit too. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has argued that Israel was dragged into a war of necessity. US president Barack Obama echoed him: Israel had a right to defend itself from rocket fire out of Gaza. Later, the pretext would become Israel’s need to destroy the “terror tunnels”.
The logic was deeply flawed. Israel is occupying and besieging Gaza, conferring on its inhabitants a right under international law to fight for their freedom. How does the oppressor, the lawbreaker have a right to self-defence? If Israel objects to being scratched and bruised, it should stop choking its victim.
Equally significantly, Israel has obscured the truth that it picked this particular round of its ongoing confrontation with Hamas – and did so entirely cynically.
A BBC reporter recently confirmed with an Israeli police spokesman that the group behind the abduction in June of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank – the trigger for an Israeli campaign against Hamas – was a lone cell.
Claiming precisely the opposite – that he had cast-iron proof Hamas was responsible – Mr Netanyahu gave the army free rein to arrest hundreds of Hamas members and smash the organisation’s institutions in the West Bank.
The crackdown created the necessary provocation: Hamas allowed its Gaza factions to start firing limited numbers of rockets. Analyst Nathan Thrall notes that Hamas had impressed the Israeli army until that point by enforcing the ceasefire agreed 18 months earlier, even though Israel violated the terms by maintaining Gaza’s siege. Now the rockets gave Mr Netanyahu an excuse to strike.
So what was Mr Netanyahu’s real reason for going into Gaza? What were these many deceptions designed to hide?
It seems he wanted to end a strategic threat: not Hamas rockets or tunnels, but the establishment of a unity government between Hamas and its long-time rivals Fatah.
But Hamas’s unexpectedly impressive martial display against Israel – killing dozens of soldiers, firing long-range rockets into Israel and briefly closing the airport – may have changed the calculus again.
Now, Mr Netanyahu may need Palestinian unity, at least on his terms, to undermine Hamas’s gains.
As Israel began its attack on Gaza, Mr Netanyahu warned there could never be “any agreement in which we relinquish security control” of the West Bank. He was ruling out any hope of Palestinian statehood. A “demilitarised” entity, heavily circumscribed and absolutely dependent on Israel and the US, seems to be all that is on the table.
Allowing Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah into Gaza could justify loosening the siege. But only as long as Mr Abbas agrees to remove Hamas’s military infrastructure and export to the coastal enclave the model he has established in the West Bank – of endless accommodation to Israeli and US dictates.
- See more at: http://www.jonathan-cook.net/2014-08-03/how-a-kidnapped-soldier-illustrates-israels-deception/#sthash.DwLJkH4W.dpuf

How a ‘kidnapped’ soldier illustrates Israel’s deception

Image above: Palestinian Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, left, and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas during their meeting in Cairo, Egypt, November 2011 (photo credit: AP/Office of Khaled Mashaal)

So what was Mr Netanyahu’s real reason for going into Gaza? What were these many deceptions designed to hide? It seems he wanted to end a strategic threat: not Hamas rockets or tunnels, but the establishment of a unity government between Hamas and its long-time rivals Fatah.

by Jonathan Cook


A single incident at the weekend – the reported capture by Hamas on Friday of an Israeli soldier through a tunnel – illustrated in stark fashion the layers of deception Israel has successfully cast over its attack on Gaza.
On Sunday, as the army indicated it would start limited withdrawals, Israel suggested Hadar Goldin was dead, possibly buried in a collapsed tunnel as Israel bombarded the area in which he was seized. His family said he was being left behind.

Israeli officials and media did not view Hamas’s operation dispassionately. Goldin was not “captured” but “kidnapped” – as though he was an innocent seized by opportunistic criminals.

Astoundingly, many western journalists followed Israel’s lead. The Times of London’s front page blared: “Kidnapped in Gaza”, while the Boston Globe called him the “abducted Israeli soldier”.

From western reactions, it was also clear the soldier’s capture was considered more significant news than any of the massacres of Palestinian civilians over the past weeks.

Israel’s cynical calculus – that one soldier is more valuable than large numbers of dead Palestinian civilians – was echoed in the diplomatic and editorial corridors of Washington, London and Paris.

Misleading too was the theme that, in attacking soldiers and seizing Goldin, Hamas had violated a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire.

CBS reporter Charlie D’Agata was among those who, in parroting Israeli briefings, inadvertently exposed the deceit. The soldier was

“suspected of being kidnapped during an operation to clear tunnels – crucially, [officials] say, this happened after the ceasefire was supposed to take place”.

So if a ceasefire was in place, what were Goldin and his comrades doing detonating the tunnels in which Israel says Hamas is hiding? Were Hamas fighters supposed to simply wait to be entombed during the pause in hostilities? Or was Israel the one violating the ceasefire?

And then there was the explosion of military fury as Israel realised its soldier was missing. Israeli correspondents suggested the notorious “Hannibal procedure” had been invoked: the use of all means to stop a soldier being taken alive, including killing him. The rationale is to prevent the enemy gaining a psychological advantage in negotiations.

The unleashing of massive firepower appeared designed to ensure Goldin and his captors never made it out of their tunnel, but in the process dozens of Palestinians died.

It was another illustration of Israel’s absolute disregard for the safety of civilians. At least three-quarters of the more than 1,700 Palestinians killed so far have been non-combatants, while almost all Israeli casualties have been soldiers. Another UN school was hit on Sunday, killing at least 10 Palestinians seeking refuge from Israeli shelling.

Israel’s official justifications for taking the fight into Gaza have been layered with deceit too. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has argued that Israel was dragged into a war of necessity. US president Barack Obama echoed him: Israel had a right to defend itself from rocket fire out of Gaza. Later, the pretext would become Israel’s need to destroy the “terror tunnels”.

The logic was deeply flawed. Israel is occupying and besieging Gaza, conferring on its inhabitants a right under international law to fight for their freedom. How does the oppressor, the lawbreaker have a right to self-defence? If Israel objects to being scratched and bruised, it should stop choking its victim.

Equally significantly, Israel has obscured the truth that it picked this particular round of its ongoing confrontation with Hamas – and did so entirely cynically.

A BBC reporter recently confirmed with an Israeli police spokesman that the group behind the abduction in June of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank – the trigger for an Israeli campaign against Hamas – was a lone cell.

Claiming precisely the opposite – that he had cast-iron proof Hamas was responsible – Mr Netanyahu gave the army free rein to arrest hundreds of Hamas members and smash the organisation’s institutions in the West Bank.

The crackdown created the necessary provocation: Hamas allowed its Gaza factions to start firing limited numbers of rockets. Analyst Nathan Thrall notes that Hamas had impressed the Israeli army until that point by enforcing the ceasefire agreed 18 months earlier, even though Israel violated the terms by maintaining Gaza’s siege. Now the rockets gave Mr Netanyahu an excuse to strike.

So what was Mr Netanyahu’s real reason for going into Gaza? What were these many deceptions designed to hide?

It seems he wanted to end a strategic threat: not Hamas rockets or tunnels, but the establishment of a unity government between Hamas and its long-time rivals Fatah.

But Hamas’s unexpectedly impressive martial display against Israel – killing dozens of soldiers, firing long-range rockets into Israel and briefly closing the airport – may have changed the calculus again.

Now, Mr Netanyahu may need Palestinian unity, at least on his terms, to undermine Hamas’s gains.

As Israel began its attack on Gaza, Mr Netanyahu warned there could never be “any agreement in which we relinquish security control” of the West Bank. He was ruling out any hope of Palestinian statehood. A “demilitarised” entity, heavily circumscribed and absolutely dependent on Israel and the US, seems to be all that is on the table.

Allowing Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah into Gaza could justify loosening the siege. But only as long as Mr Abbas agrees to remove Hamas’s military infrastructure and export to the coastal enclave the model he has established in the West Bank – of endless accommodation to Israeli and US dictates.

This article was originally published at The National


NTS Notes:  I personally have been harping for the last year alone in my rants the fact that the Israelis have always wanted to annex both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank into their sick dream of a "greater Israel".... The result will be the genocide or deportation of the entire Palestinian  population.... This is also why I have stated that the only hope for the Palestinians under such a scenario is to fight for their very existence or die...

What I do find truly maddening is how the Jew spew media and the Jew dick sucking criminals in our governments have been all over this "captured soldier" BS story and have now replaced the lies of "Israel needs to defend itself from (nonexistent) Hamas rockets" with this latest fraud....

What I see happened here is one of two scenarios... Either the Israelis are again lying and this soldier never existed, or this soldier has died and is buried in one of the mountains of rubble that the Israelis have made in Gaza itself... I personally am leaning on the former scenario and that this "soldier" is non existent but a necessity for Israel to use it as their excuse to slaughter thousands... It again shows the insanity of these criminals and their sick thinking that one Jewish life is worth more than tens of thousands of Gentile lives...

The fact is that these psychos will continue to promote a new lie once any previous one falls apart.... This will continue until the people around the world say enough is enough and truly demand that Israel stop its slaughter of innocent people.....

The number of dead in Gaza as reported by the Jew spew media is now beyond "1800" and I suspect the number is actually at least 20x that reported figure... People everywhere must do their part in demanding that this senseless slaughter of people ends immediately...

More to come

NTS


2 comments:

rak haemet said...

You are Nazi nutcase.

Northerntruthseeker said...

I figured I would put up that ridiculous comment for everyone to see...

Is that the best you Hasbara/JIDF agents can come up with?