With this post I call upon Prime Minister John Key to condemn without hesitation the utter criminal attack on the Gaza strip.
No Tzipi Livni, I refuse to even attempt to understand what is morally right about bombing the shit out of 1.5 million human beings who are for all intends and purposes locked up in a concentration camp with Depleted Uranium and I condemn you and your Zionist/ Fascist regime for eternity for doing what you are doing today and yesterday.
You do not and never will deserve any of our understanding for bombing vulnerable and defenceless man, women and children and I hope your and that of the other members of your evil Zionist governments souls rot in hell. You have finally crossed the last line and you should all be thrown in the darkest prisons for the rest of your worthless lives.
I know that you, Tzipi Livni are not the true face of Judaism and that today with me and the Palestinians hundreds of thousands of Jews will be grieving with us as we fail to understand you cruelty and your utter contempt for those whose land you stole. You’re evil, evil, triple evil and I for one hope that the day of reckoning comes soon for you and your evil Zionist regime.
And for those of you who dare call my rant Anti-Semitic I’ll have you know that I can say these things with the total and complete blessing of a great many Jews. Here and Here. The only anti-Semites here are the Zionist regime in Israel since the Palestinians are Semites.
So if it’s all the same to you I’ll stand with these righteous, courageous and through and through decent people.
Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa said his organization is shocked by the airstrikes, and condemns them as “an unimaginable and unacceptable act.”
The Arab League has scheduled an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss the situation. Moussa also said Arab League member Libya will call on fellow members of the United Nations Security Council to meet as soon as possible to deal with the situation in Gaza.
Egypt condemned the airstrikes as well, and said it would open its border with Gaza to allow some of the wounded to be brought out.
Protesters in Jordan’s capital, Amman, condemned the air raids.
|Tzipi Livni (file photo)|
Israel’s foreign minister, Tzipi Livni, defended her country’s actions and called for the support and understanding of the international community.
“The international community understands that Hamas is an extreme Islamist organization that spreads its hatred in the entire region, which is being supported by Iran,” she said. “And the international community needs to understand that this is the translation of the right of Israel to defend itself, that there is no other alternative and we are doing what we need to do in order to defend our citizens.”
Elsewhere, the U.N., British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana and special Mideast envoy Tony Blair all called for an immediate restoration of calm.