Seems our Secretary of State had some harsh words to say last Friday…and they weren’t anything but detrimental to Israel. She’s showing her true colors once again. No one should really be surprised by what this piece of works says if you’ve paid close attention to how Shrillary really feels about Israel over the years. They truly don’t come any phonier than her at times like this…other than Dear Leader himself.

I’ve had this saved since yesterday morning to share with you when I got the chance. See what you think of what she said. – This is via DC:

Speaking at a forum at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy in Washington on Friday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Israel is suspicious of Palestinians and doesn’t care enough about their plight.

“I’m not making excuses for the missed opportunities of the Israelis, or the lack of generosity, the lack of empathy that I think goes hand-in-hand with the suspicion,” Clinton said, after praising the country’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, for working with her in 2009 to offer a moratorium on building new Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank.

“So, yes, there is more that the Israelis need to do to really demonstrate that they do understand the pain of an oppressed people in their minds, and they want to figure out, within the bounds of security and a Jewish democratic state, what can be accomplished,” Clinton added.

“And I think that, unfortunately, there are more and more Israelis and Palestinians who just reject that idea out of hand: Why bother? Why try? We’ll never be able to reach an agreement with the other. But in the last 20 years, I’ve seen Israeli leaders make an honest, good-faith effort and not be reciprocated in the way that was needed.”

Clinton also blasted Israel’s plan of building 3,000 housing units in east Jerusalem and the West Bank.

“In light of today’s announcement, let me reiterate that this administration — like previous administrations — has been very clear with Israel that these activities set back the cause of a negotiated peace.”

Listen to her here…it’s less than a minute. – What a witch she is!

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  1. “Palestinian” is a construct, they are Arabs. There is no such thing as a Palestinian. They are also, and have been for a long time, squatters on the West Bank. Israel should nuke them out of existence.

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    • Your knowledge of history is questionable to say the least.

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      • BigWayne
        MichaelT is exactly right, these so called Palestinian’s are Jordanians, they were used as a buffer after ww2 to try and keep the Holocaust survivor’s out of Palestine which was given to the Jews by none other than God himself.

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        • Yeah and they don’t raise much hell in Jordan anymore, Black Thursday. MichaelT is right.

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        • “Palestine which was given to the Jews by none other than God himself.”

          Sorry, I don’t hold with that garbage. There is no piece of land on this earth that was given to anyone “by God himself”.

          Israel is occupying the West Bank, it is not part of the territory given to them when Palestine was partitioned to create a land for the Jews. Israel has been grabbing extra land ever since.
          Which is why the bulk of the countries of the world voted in favour of the recent UNGA resolution in favour of the Palestinians last week.
          Israel immediately took revenge by anouncing the building of 3,000 more settler homes in the West Bank, in an effort to make a two state solution well nigh impossible, by making a Palestinian state non-viable.

          Romney made an ass of himself by saying there was no such thing as a Palestinian. Even Netanyahu talks in terms of the ‘Palestinian people’. They were there long before Israel was created.

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        • ga steve

          The Holocaust was not carried out by Palestinians. They were Germans, remember? Israel has no right to punish Palestinians for the sins of Germany.

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    • MichaelT
      I’d like to see your reaction if the UN decided to partition the United States, without asking Americans whether they agreed. And then said they were handing over more than 50% of the United States to France, so that French people could come and settle there. And left less than 50% of the United States for Americans to live in. And if, then, someone announced that France should nuke the American remainder to get rid of the Americans living there. Are you seriously telling me you’d think that was fine?
      Because that’s what you’re advocating regarding the Palestinian people, who have already been starved and beaten and bombed and shot at by Israel in an effort to commit ethnic cleansing of the region from the Jordan to the sea.
      Israel does not own this land, and all efforts by the U.S. to “broker a peace” have been based on a two state solution.

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    • Turn it around. [“Palestinian” is a construct, they are Arabs.]

      Israel is a construct [gee thanks UN].
      They are Jews, how much Euro DNA do they have?

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  2. This is the figure of the U.S. now. How far we have sunk in the international world when people like her represent the U.S. I thought workers at DMV were scumbags, she is probably the worst example, next to Zero, of where we are at.

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    • She’s a bitch. And Susan Rice following in her shoes will be another one. Two butch women for whom power has gone to their heads.

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  3. Anyone happen to be listening to Mark Levin right now…he’s talking about Shrillary and this subject at the moment.

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  4. Check this out. ~

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....ror-lists/

    Anyone surprised?

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  5. Spurwing Plover says:

    Where her broom and one of her flying monkeys?

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  6. Wait till Hillary is visiting one of those dumb-ass Arabs in Palestine…..then nuke the whole damn sh!thole……..just make sure Hillary is there at the time……we can kill two birds with one stone………

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  7. I can’t stand that ‘ol lesbo commie bitch or her phony husband either.

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  8. To make matters worse…see what happens when chits are called in. ~

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....mbassador/

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  9. Steve Sybert says:

    Hillary Rodham Clinton. The most dangerous woman in America. Definitely dangerous to Israel, who she says has a “lack of empathy for an oppressed people.” and “need to do more”. I wonder if this has anything to do with Israel’s withdrawal of support for Palestine, to the tune of $100 million a year? I didn’t know Israel was supporting Palestine that way. It’s past time they stopped, and I wish Obama had half the common sense that Netanyahu has.

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    • It’s not Israel “supporting Palestine”! The money Israel is withholding is Palestinian money, taxes and customs collected from Palestinian labourers and businesses on behalf of Abbas’ Palestinian Authority. Israel is refusing to hand it over as it’s having a hissy fit over the UNGA vote last week.

      The U.N. resolution endorsed the Palestinian position that its state include the West Bank, east Jerusalem and Gaza Strip, territories captured by Israel in the 1967 Mideast war. (You may or may not know that it’s against international law to hold on to territory captured via war.)

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_General_Assembly_resolution_67/19

      I may be a conservative, but I believe in justice. For ALL people on this globe, not just Americans!

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  10. Speaking of Shrillary…check this out.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....ce-foster/

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  11. The Other Dude says:

    If there is no such thing as a Palestinian or Palestine, then why do early maps clearly have a Palestine marked on them?

    http://cartweb.geography.ua.ed.....-dhtml.xsl

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    • Good map dude.

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    • LOL yeah, that’s total proof….

      I have one of Atlantis… *rolls eyes*

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      • Proof of what, idiot? You’re not aware that the UN partioned Palestine to ceate a state for the Jews on 50%+ of it?

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        • So whats your point Adolph? Push all the Jews into the sea so the poor innocent arabs who call themselves palestinians can take all they built?

          Isnt it time for you to bow to mecca?

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          • One of those clowns, are you. Where did I mention pushing Jews into the sea?
            They need to stick to the borders that they were given and stop tryig to wipe out the Palestinians, simple.
            You’ve never even heard of the partition on Palestine, obviously. Or you wouldn’t mock a map that shows Palestine pre-partition. Waste of time talking to ignorant people like you.

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          • yeah okay… who owned it first? Go back to the beginning… not just far enough back enough to support your muslime sympathy

            BigWayne…what a tool

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          • You mean like as far back as Native Americans??
            Immediately pre-partition it was governed by the British, against whom the Zionists carried out terrorist attacks.
            But you know shit about all this.

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          • stay on topic Adolph

            Palestinians and Israel…

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          • Your ignorance is all over the page now, Vince. Give it up.

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          • LOL and your revisionist history book that you are sourcing really makes you look that bright?

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          • I don’t have a revisionist history book. Why don’t you Google “partition of Palestine” you ignoramus.

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          • Ah, already down that… years ago. Because everything that someone rights in history books is never influenced by thier personal ideology…

            Like I said… Who owned it before that? Oh, thats right… the Bible is pure fiction right? so no since in debating this further..

            tell your prophet I said have a ham sandwich

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          • I had a ham sandwich myself only an hour ago. If you imagine that the only people in the world who support the Palestinian people are Muslims – the great big hole in your knowledge is even bigger than I thought.

            The vote to give Palestine a new status at the U.N. was 138 countries to 9, Vincey. Only last week.

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          • lets take a poll…

            AWD’s who is full of shite on THIS issue?

            BigWayne aka Brid or Me

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          • “who owned it first?”

            You’re like a child. Who owned it in the time of the Neanderthals I wonder? Is that relevant?

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          • yet you fail to answer such a childish question…

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          • so tell me brid.. who were the 9 countries that voted against it?

            I already know.. just want you to tell me… I think you might know where I am going with this

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          • by the way.. your count is way off.. was just waiting for you to figure it out when you start telling me what you think you know

            The Jerusalem Post Dec 3rd
            107 in favor
            14 against
            52 abstained
            12 absent

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          • I wouldn’t take the J’Post as gospel if I were you, Vincey.

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          • The wiki site was updating as the votes were coming in … But it makes little difference. The U.S. and Israel were isolated from the international community. Unless you count those great powers, Canada, Czech Republic, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, and Panama. LOL!

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          • LOL don’t kid yourself.. those who abstained or were absent lacked the political courage to admit that they were against it… but keep trying Adolph

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          • Im not mocking a map… Im mocking you BIG Wayne LOL

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          • To cover up the fact that you know shit about the formation of Israel. Yes I know.

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          • like I said.. who owned it first?

            your hate is showing dick head

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          • And like I said, who owned it first when? In Neanderthal times? Such a childish question.
            Native Americans owned the U.S. first, if that’s the argument you’re looking for, forget it.

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          • well then get the hell out of here… as everyone here already knows my grandfather (mothers father) is 100% Cherokee ( eastern band ) so quit dragging American Indians into the subject..

            like I said…stay on topic Adolph! You do posses the mental capacity to do that don’t you?

            you deflect my question by changing the subject and attempt to ridicule it with projections that the nature of the question is immature…. you are not our first troll

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          • “so quit dragging American Indians into the subject..”

            Why? You don’t think it’s relevant Vincey? I do.

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          • Who owned it first when? You going to start making spurious claims based on Biblical stories? All people have myths and folklore, Vincey boy. Tell me you take the Bible literally and I’ll know how *really* stupid you are.

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          • Isn’t it getting late in your neck of the woods…you think your new name is fooling me? – Just sayin’!

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          • BINGO! That was what i was waiting for… your an athiest. Took me long enough to drag it out of you…

            the force was strong with this one LOL

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          • for some reason this page wont let me reply to your post above..

            to answer your question.. no, the subject of the American Indian is not relevant to the Palestinian question… quit changing the subject

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          • I’m not changing the subject Vincey. Why were you mocking the map of Palestine? You don’t know shit about the history, do you. Why don’t you read the book by Prof Shlomo Sand, Professor of History at Tel Aviv University? You’d know a lot more if you did.

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          • “your hate is showing dick head”

            No, Vincey, your hate is showing. Plain as day.

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          • Vincey? Dont confuse me with one of your butt buddies…

            smells like Brid… hmmmm

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          • “like I said.. who owned it first?”

            I’m not an atheist, Vincey. I don’t read the bible either. And I might point out that the international community doesn’t decide the ownership of land based on the bible. Poor little you wouldn’t know that.

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          • International law isn’t based on the Bible either. Thank God. Or else people would be killing each others first borns etc etc yada yada.

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          • you still havent answered my question…

            Funny I remember sitting in World History and hearing the Professor say that most of the Bible is historically accurate but I guess he is a liar since you dont agree… right?

            …and no, I wasnt a history major… but keep impressing us with your reading skills

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          • “Vincey” “poor little you” Really?

            LOL it seems like you are feeling a litle insecure because I am challenging your beliefs. So your sad attempts to marginalize me and refer to me in diminutive terms in order to project authority is amusing me…. but please continue

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          • “I guess he is a liar since you dont agree… right?”

            Professor Shlomo Sand, Prof of History at the University of Tel Aviv doesn’t agree, Vincey. Now go away, your ignorance is annoying me.

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          • The Ottoman Empire?

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  12. I tend to be suspicious of lunatics who constantly cry for my utter and complete annhilation.

    Newsflash Shrillary, I suspect the Israelis share my views.

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    • Nobody is calling for anyone’s “utter and complete annhilation”. Update yourself, idiot.

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      • BigBrid…

        You have heard what Iran has had to say about that…have you not? Or doesn’t Ireland get the news.

        Btw…how’s British flag issue working out for ya?

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        • I knew it was Brid when she started calling me Vincey LOL

          I have been trolled LOL now I need some Stoli to make it all better LOL

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          • Yep the Emporer Palpatine of the AWD site. Or is Darth Vader more recognizable?

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          • I’ll be perfectly happy with Darth Vader thanks!

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          • nah.. I picture you as Jabba the Hut

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          • Vince…I kind of wondered right off the bat with her user name…then no matter where someone might have a differing view than me she would jump right in and agree with them. – She’s so obvious.

            Let’s see now, she has a husband and three son, she’s never had an abortion because it’s illegal in Ireland, she’s had two heart attacks and stents etc etc etc….talk about a serial liar!

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          • I never mentioned heart attacks, you silly woman. I said a double bypass. And two stents. You want the phone number of my doctor?? You’ll persist in calling me a liar unless you phone him.

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          • BigBrid…

            You take care of your own country…we’ll deal with ours.

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          • Carry on calling me brid. You’re just making a fool of yourself. As usual. Only a couple of days ago you were calling some woman called LA brid too.

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          • double bypass and stents? wow… are you sure this trolling is safe for you? No wonder you are so bitter… poor dear

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          • “Vince…I kind of wondered right off the bat with her user name”

            And you call ME a liar? You’re the expert at that, honey.

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          • You knew nothing. You know nothing. You made that plain above.

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        • Anyone who comes in here recently and argues with you has to be “Brid”. Talk about paranoia … It’s got to hysterical levels here lately. Mainly from you. Next you’ll be calling for a “ban hammer”. Because neither you nor Vincey can argue with me. Why don’t you go argue with Shlomo Sand in Tel Aviv, eh?

          Have a ham sandwich. Vincey advises it. I’ve just had one myself.

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          • still havent answered my question… but continue to declare victory when all of us are laughing at you Adolph

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          • oh.. sorry.. I meant Brid LOL

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          • This trolling thing is lots of fun…

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          • I’ll bet that woman brid hasn’t been back here commenting since. But she’s laughing her ass off at all the attention she gets. :)

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          • Of course I’ll declare victory against an idiot like you. You have no idea what you’re talking about.

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          • still havent answered my question.. unless deflecting and insults count

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          • I’m quoting Professor Shlomo Sand at you Vincey. And you don’t have any answer.

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          • and? I can find Professors here in America that hate this country and will teach things that will accuse us of being the evil empire…. doesn’t meant that they are right.

            You keep pushing one traitor with a cultural death wish because you agree with his point of view. I guarantee that plenty of professors in Israel disagree with him… but rant on Adolph!

            You have proved nothing

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          • International law supercedes bible thumpers, Vincey. That is a fact. International law is not baed on the bible and never will be. Sorry to burst your bubble.

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          • You didn’t burst my bubble… you already established that you have animosity for Israel and Christianity so what is the purpose for your redundancy?

            As for International Law.. screw the UN… they do nothing that is in America’s best interest. We should chase them off to Europe maybe they can take up residence in The Hague..

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          • My last comment today, Vincey:

            I have shown no animosity at all for Israel and/or Christianity. You’re inventing a slander there.

            And as for the U.N. (of which the U.S. was a major founder member) it wasn’t set up for the benefit of the U.S. you dimwit. The U.S. constitues 5% of the population of the world. The U.N. was set up as a forum for ALL countries in the world and to settle disputes among them. Get that into your dim head. And 5% of the world’s population can try and ignore international law for a while, but we won’t get away with it forever. Haven’t you all been saying here for weeks that the U.S. is on the slide? On the way out? Think about it while I’m gone.

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          • The UN is supposed to work for America’s best interest? Funniest thing I’ve heard in years …
            Bye now

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          • sure you have… but you wont admit it

            I don’t care what the rest of the world is doing.. we didn’t become the greatest country on earth by adopting socialist or communist principles like the rest of the world… why would I want the envious enemies of ours at the UN to determine what happens here?

            Get that into your thick head you lemming..

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          • You’re answering from an ideology Vince. You’re not worth talking to. Facts are of no consequence when someone is brainwashed.

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          • and your so-called facts are not an ideology on your part? We can do this all day but I don’t have the book you are reading in front of me… so I will never be able to regurgitate the “facts” that you are looking for…. just admit you are a muslim sympathizer and let’s be done with it

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          • I’ll answer this. DNA analysis in 2010 has refuted Shlomo Sands claim that most European Jews were descended from the Khazars. DNA analysis continues to prove that Jewish ancestry predominately comes from a common Middle Eastern origin.

            Also, I’m pretty sure Sand made a claim that the ‘Palestinian Arab’ is desended from the Jewish people in that region. So how does that figure in whatever point you’re trying to defend Lord Vader?

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          • “I’m pretty sure Sand made a claim that the ‘Palestinian Arab’ is desended from the Jewish people in that region.”

            That’s correct, yes. They had converted to Islam. The remnants that were left after so many took off prosletysing around Eastern Europe and Russia.

            And no, the DNA “evidence” is not conclusive, sorry.

            The Jews are co-religionists, not “a people”. And they’re not entitled to grab land from the existing Palestinians. Blow-in Jews from the USA have no right to build on the occupied West Bank.

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          • LOL whats next… we all came from a monkey?

            you still refuse to answer my original question… oh, thats right your response was ridicule because we dont have the book in front of us that you have… okay then

            and telling us what you are reading in ONE book does not make you an expert… I already admitted that I wasnt a history major but you keep trying to convince us that you have a PhD in History…

            bottom line.. scientist, professors and scholars of ALL political persuasions can influence the outcomes of their so-called “findings to fit their agenda or the agendas of those who give them grant money..

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          • Oh and I forgot to mention Sand’s works have been deemed radical and preposterous by most academia in his field. Basically you cherry picked the one author that held your view points even though is works are more likely than not fabricated driving political agenda rather than historical answers.

            How did that work out for you Lord Vader? BTW how is the search going for the rebel base?

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          • “by most academia in his field.”

            You mean Jewish? LOL That’s not surprising. Name me the ones who disagreed with him who are NOT Jewish.

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          • I don’t have to, Sand is Jewish. If his hypothesis had any merit he would have some backers. Face it historians at large think he’s full of it and DNA is proving that he is.

            And about the DNA as soon as you stated its nonconclusiveness, I heard a collective breath of relief from every prisoner convicted of a crime by DNA evidence as they rushed to the phones to call their attorneys. I can hear it now, “Darth Vader said DNA’s not conclusive, get em to reopen my case!”

            As for the UN idk what country you live in, but I do know that here, US law and the US Constitution trumps international law everytime. Its called being a sovreign nation. Lucky us too, because if we listened to the UN we’d be turning our country over to the ‘original inhabitants’, which is a joke in and of itself. We’ve more than once told the UN to stick it where the sun don’t shine.

            No, the US won’t accept an international body to dictate policy. I suspect neither will Israel.

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          • Listen, Caegyn,

            Sand is Jewish, yes. And he’s ruffled Jewish feathers. Naturally. Which is why you can’t list me anyone in academia who is not Jewish who has criticised him. I’ve met Shlomo Sand. And it’s quite clear (from his books, and from talking to him) that he fully supports the existence of Israel – as do I, in fact, and as long as Israel stays within the law I won’t be criticising it. It’s the history of the Jews as Sand sees it that irritates his co-religionists.

            The people who have rushed to live in Israel since its foundation are not the descendents of the original Jews who lived (briefly) in Palestine. They are the descendents of converts from Europe and Asia. Their ancestors never set foot in Palestine. And the legitimate descendents of the original Jews in Palestine are the current Palestinians. (Naturally Jews find that hard to swallow, since they’ve been mistreating Palestinians since the foundation of Israel.)

            And no, DNA has not backed anything. I’m not talking about the ‘Khazars’. There is little or no DNA evidence that indicates that Jews are one people, as opposed to co-religionists.

            “every prisoner convicted of a crime by DNA evidence” is a totally different subject, since one person can be isolated and recognised by their personal DNA, irrespective of whether they belong to one race/group or not. Your ‘point’ in this context is ludicrous.

            Your contention that “US law and the US Constitution trumps international law everytime”, is cute and folksey, but it’s flat out wrong. And you can write 1,000 words here trying to refute me but it’ll be a waste of time. Everyone’s time. So I will not respond to such garbage. Your problem is that you need to read more. A LOT more. And not from biased U.S. ‘journalist’ sources, but from international lawyers. Stomping around claiming that the U.S. is not subject to international law is a total waste of time. If the U.S. has signed up to an international treaty, it is bound by it, period.

            When a sovereign nation — or its government, as is mostly the case — signs up to an international treaty, i.e. international law, that international law supercedes domestic law in that country and the sovereign nation is henceforth bound by it. You can argue till you’re blue in the face, but it won’t change a thing. The U.S. is no different to any other country in that regard. Contact the State Dept and find out. (Don’t bother with your local state politicians, they don’t know shit.)

            Why do you think GW Bush is scared shitless to leave the U.S.? Because there is an international arrest warrant out for him, that’s why.

            Have a nice day – and don’t sweat an answer, I won’t be here to read it.

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          • Good luck getting a real answer from her. 😉

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          • Caegyn
            Cherry picking… that was my point but she refused to hear it… man I need a another drink

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          • You’ll need yet another drink when you read this, Vincey:

            In the US Treaties have the force of Constitutional law and the US is bound by those International Laws it has agreed to by Treaty.

            Article VI:

            This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.

            For example:

            The US signed “Fourth Geneva Convention Treaty” that establishes international laws on the rules of war, as long as the US stays in this treaty no law can be passed that would violate the treaty.

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          • You meant debate right? Course you did.

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      • finally working your way to the bottom of the pile are you? Good luck with that, as I’m positive we’ve played patty-cake before.

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        • Caegyn…

          Oh yeah…we’ve been there done that with her. ~ She can’t stay away. 😉

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          • I think she is hot for me LOL

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          • I don’t chase poofters Vincey.

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          • Okay.. LOL an old gal like you with two stents would have a heart attack before we got started… but keep telling yourself whatever it takes to keep from sobbing in disgust at yourself.. bet you have no mirrors in the house huh?

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          • As I said, I’m betting she has never commented since. But is laughing her head off at the publicity she gets here. Mainly from bigtimer’s paranoia.

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          • Got to go now. Nice talking to you. Give my regards to brid, since you seem to think she’s here every five minutes.

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  13. How’s this working out for Dear Leader and Shrillary?

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....he-palace/

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  14. Its just a personal issue really, but I have serious issues with following nested comments. I do my best but just in case the great AWD is thinking about adjusting that consider me on board!

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  15. I have a feeling you’ll be around to read this Darth Vader, if not, I’m sure no one will mind.

    If you agree in the existance of the State of Israel then great. Besides stirring the pot I don’t see what your point was. A nation has a right to defend its borders, and that is exactly what Israel is doing. Personally, I’m happy we found common ground.

    Of course the comment about DNA was ridiculous. It was meant to be.

    I’m flat out wrong eh? YAWN. Are we back to you bloviating a million words about how you are right? Awesome. Well I will keep it very simple for you. We can sign international treaties all day long and guess what. THEY DON’T MEAN POO UNTIL ITS RATIFIED BY CONGRESS. Of course when it is ratified, it becomes the Law of the Land, just like every law that Congress passes. Oh yeah, and one more thing, if somehow that treaty is found to be unconstitutional by lets say the Supreme Court. The treaty (or at least the unconstitutional part) is INVALID.

    Need proof of it? Re read your copy and paste of Article VI after the comma, the part about “…any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.”

    Yawn about the bloviating of how I need to read more. I’d say you’ve made it very apparent it doesn’t matter how much you read if you fail to comprehend what you have read.

    The part you missed about Bush is, he is protected from that international arrest warrant in this country because INTERNATIONAL LAW HAS NO JURISDICTION HERE UNLESS WE LET IT. I really should thank you for providing the evidence and proof of what I was saying. I always appreciate somebody else doing the leg work.

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