December 2, 2013
I am personally nearly of sympathy for the Palestinians, as it is clear that their own people have no desire to assist them in their struggle, as wealthy Arabs are much too concerned about getting rich so they can put gold plating on objects and go to Moldova to have sex with poor Slavic prostitutes to even comment on the Palestinian struggle.
Our people have struggle enough of their own, as our babies are being massacred in the millions by the Jew abortion industry, our countries are overrun by murderous rapists from every horrible place on earth, the minds of our youth are infected with evil by the Jew entertainment industry, we are becoming minorities in our own lands, and so on and on forever. I do not have the luxury of feeling bad for non-Whites on the other side of the world getting murdered by Jews.
The situation in Palestine, however, does show the entire world just how sick these Jews are. What needs to be made clear as that the Jewish race which rules the planet cares no more for the people of Europe and America than they do for these desert savages.
I get asked why I bother to cover the situation in Palestine, and the answer is that an understanding of how the Jews treat these people leads directly to an understanding of what they are doing to us. Jews are incapable of empathy (for non-Jews), and have an unquenchable desire to control everything around them.
Hundreds gathered in Israel on Saturday to rally against the government’s plans to resettle some 40,000 Bedouins. The proposal has triggered accusations of “discrimination” and “ethnic cleansing” from activist groups, also sparking a protest in the UK.
The demonstrations were organized as part of an international “Day of Rage” against the proposed law which would arrange for Bedouin settlements to be created in southern Israel’s Negev Desert, also known as the Prawer-Begin plan.
The Prawer Plan would see up to 40,000 (according to local media) and up to 70,000 (according to the Guardian) Bedouin removed from their homes in Negev, southern Israel. The plan also provided for the demolition of about 40 villages and confiscation of 70,000 hectares of land.
The Israeli government has said the Bedouins will be re-homed and granted compensation for the move. However, the UK-based charity, Palestine Solidarity Campaign, said that the plan heralds “the forced displacement of Palestinians from their homes and land, and systematic discrimination and separation.”
On Saturday, the international “Day of Rage” which was proclaimed by rights groups prompted protests across Israel, in both Gaza City and in East Jerusalem, in addition to the UK.
In the Negev village of Houra, clashes broke out at the main demonstration where about 1,200 protesters had gathered. The action started out peacefully with people chanting against “fascism”, Haaretz reports. But eventually some protesters started throwing stones at police.
The Israeli police responded with tear gas, stun grenades and water cannon. Eleven protesters got detained, with ten police injured and a number of police vehicles damaged by stones.
The draft legislation was adopted by the country’s parliament, the Knesset, at its first reading in June, but still has two more readings in the Knesset before it becomes law.
On Sunday morning , Haaretz revealed that the World Zionist Organization’s Settlement Division has also been devising a plan to settle more Jews in Galilee in order to establish a balance with the Arab population. The Settlement Division has been contacting a number of planning firms, according to letters seen by the paper, suggesting that they bid on a tender to produce a development policy document which will map the absorption of 100,000 new residents in central Galilee, with the intention of “giving expression to Israeli sovereignty through settlement activity” and “enhance the demographic balance.”