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Israeli Soldier's Eye Witness Account off Gaza

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When they finished they took a knife and expanded the wound he already had in his stomach. They cut his ab muscles horizontally and by hand spilled his guts out.

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Comment by Jeff Ivanoff
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Die Daily. Thanks for the kind comments. But from what I see neither side is doing a lot of killing in between fights. And the battles themselves don't kill at lot on either side. At times like this both sides are condicting terror operations of one kind or another against the other. Both sides failing pretty bad. The kasaum rockets kill almost nobody, even the Israeli numbers are in the single didgits. And while I might imagine a lot of Palastanians are suffering while contained inside the Warsaw style (But not Warsaw level) slum from privation, is it really anything different than what they get from their own warlord masters in Lebanon or the West Bank? Point being, it a huge sureal exercise in going nowhere, and doing nothing while strinking out. The Jews have the land but are trying to force a peace by beating a people so throughly beaten they have nothing else to lose. And the Palastanian people have no hope of ever winning, and even if they do, their victory will be quickly terminated by mushroom clouds.  Both sides strike out at their enemies then play the wounded defenseless party when the counterblow comes in. Really, if you ask me, they deserve each other. It can be a fine show sometimes.

Comment by Die Daily
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Jeff, such a huge good point. When we don't approve of the Zionazis exterminating the Palestinians like rats, we're not saying that the Palestinians are all sweetness and roses. Far from it. You've pointed out an obvious false dilemma that the media is trying to sell us: "Who do you support, Israel or the Palestinians?". I say take your false dilemma, MSM, and stuff it. I don't support either. If it were the Palestinians that were using billions of our dollars to wage asymmetric extermination campaigns on Israelis and had turned Tel Aviv into a giant medieval Warsaw Ghetto, then it would be the Palestinians I'd be protesting against. If the Palestinian PAC owned my government, it would be the Palestinians I'd be looking to reign in. You've made me realize that I've never clarified this in any comments I've left. There is a huge difference between being pro-Palestinian and merely being opposed to manifest genocidal mania.

The greatest irony is the Israel will never be able to appeal to international law if in the future it is THEY that are besieged. Although they're so creative with history they'll no doubt give the victim gambit a thorough go.

Comment by Jeff Ivanoff
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   It's simple this is a psy-op. But keep this in mind. Both sides are bastards. The Isarelies are not going to give up and will play dirty. Probably just for the sake of playing dirty. The Palastinians are at some point going to have to accept the fact that they have lost all their wars and are going to live in a runt state. While playing dirty may be fun, as they do it too, it does not get them much. Throw onto this the full spectrum of human response to conflict and you have Mid East Asia. Notice how none of those nations are over 100 years old? They can't leave each other alone no matter Jews or not, and after 2000 years out of the game. They wanted to jump back in. They got what what they wanted. And we did too. All those Soviet sympathizers left Western Europe. That one paid off during the cold war. 

 

The Palastinians are going to have to give up just as the Mexicans gave up the US Southwest. Now I know some of you think that Mexico is making a play to get the US SW back from the US. And some are. But it seems to me that you are revolted at losing the SW USA to the Mexicans but cheer on the Palastinians. I mean if MeChA existed 60 years after the Mex-American war would you have backed their cause then? What is your time frame for giving up a land claim?

Comment by Dylan Boswell
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This strikes me as pure, unadulterated propaganda. I don't trust anything the IDF is saying about this event, and this "personal" letter is just way too convenient for them. It smacks of obvious PsyOps, spin and disinformation that only those already inclined to take Israel's side will actually believe. Remember the USS Liberty! The IDF is not very forthcoming with details about their operations on the high seas, and they have been known to initiate massive cover-ups when the facts make them look bad.

Comment by Die Daily
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I have an extremely similar thing to report. Yesterday I got an email from the Pope's son. He said that his dad said that I was going to receive $1 billion dollars from the Vatican Bank. I thought I'd maybe write an identical article to the above one, except title it "Catholic Pope's Eye Witness Account of..."


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