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Snowden Is Also a Hero for Exposing Assassinations Carried Out By the Rogue State of Israel


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Sam
- 1344 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Israel is responsible for the 2008 murder of a top security aide of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to secret US intelligence files.



   

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Kathleen M (210)
Wednesday July 15, 2015, 3:18 pm
Shared and noted. Thanks, Sam.
 

Sam H (410)
Wednesday July 15, 2015, 6:50 pm
Another fake profile.
 

Maria Teresa Schollhorn (42)
Thursday July 16, 2015, 2:19 am
Noted. Thanks for sharing Sam.
 

Carol R (11)
Thursday July 16, 2015, 5:51 am
Thanks Sam.
 

fly bird (26)
Thursday July 16, 2015, 11:17 am
Thanks for posting and sharing this information, Sam.
 

Evelyn B (63)
Thursday July 16, 2015, 12:12 pm
Not really a big surprise ... the perpetrators, and the fact that the NSA were aware ...

Thanks, Sam
 

Eleonora O (37)
Thursday July 16, 2015, 5:28 pm

Honestly Sam - would it have come as a surprise to you if it where ... e.g. the little white Dawah Ghost - LOL?!?!

Nothing new - polit-Israel just does what it does best: lying, killing, deceiving, stealing ... and ultimately getting rewarded for it. Just have a look what Israel is pressuring our of the US in return for the Iran deal ... handsome!!

 

Anteater Ants (122)
Friday July 17, 2015, 5:44 am
thank you
 

Angelika R (143)
Friday July 17, 2015, 7:37 am
Yes, Eleonora already said it... interesting to also learn the NSA had their own "intellipedia". Thx Sam.
 

Freya H (345)
Friday July 17, 2015, 8:49 am
Why am I not surprised? When I was younger and naive, I supported Israel - after all, we gotta think about those poor, persecuted Jews. But now I realize that supporting Jews and supporting Israel are two entirely different beasties. In fact, Israelis and their government are two entirely different beasties. (One could say that about nearly every country!) Now I realize that Israel is a rogue nation, all the more dangerous because it has the USA for a Sugar Daddy.
 

Past Member (0)
Friday July 17, 2015, 9:44 am
Another FAKE article title, another FAKE photo. That means SAM posted the article.

Mohammed was a liar and taught his followers that lying is OK when used to deceive unbelievers.

What a pity that some unbelievers know this trick and keep checking and exposing Sam for lying.

 

Stephen Brian (23)
Friday July 17, 2015, 10:35 am
So let me see if I got this straight:

The general attitude in Lebanon was that in 2006, Hezbollah, supported by Assad's regime, dragged the country into a round of violence with Israel. In 2007, there was an attempt to reign it in, but Hezbollah pulled a coup in the capital and got itself a veto in parliament instead by holding guns to the legislators' heads. In 2008, Israel, still formally at war with Syria since 1947, did what countries at war do and a general of a country that had supported an organization that recently pulled a coup against a democratically elected government. Instead of gloating and announcing their act to what should have been applause among by every democracy-loving audience out there, Israeli forces kept quiet.

Now, being such a great lover of democracy, Sam jumps to call Snowden a hero for disrespecting Israeli wishes in this matter. Did something change after the fact, some new information come to light, perhaps, that would change attitudes on the matter before the assassination in 2008? In 2012, Obama and his supporters insisted that he would deal with Assad and bring down that regime in a war which would involve killing many of its military officers. Was this taken as a sign that by that time, Assad's regime had suddenly turned peaceful, liberal and democratic? Certainly if it had happened before 2008, it would have happened by 2012. Oops, I forgot: For many of Sam's narratives to make sense, there must be time-machines everywhere. Obviously Sam is complaining because the soldier Israel killed in 2008 was of an army that had already established peace with Israel and turned into a great beacon of hope for the oppressed in a change of heart that hasn't happened yet, so the killing was an absolutely inexcusable crime.
 

Sam H (410)
Friday July 17, 2015, 12:26 pm
I didn’t expect you, Stephen, to justify Hamas’s rockets into Israel.

“Israel…did what countries at war do and a general of a country that had supported an organization that recently pulled a coup against a democratically elected government.”

I take it by “democratically elected government” you were not talking about Hamas, but maybe you ought to be. A “democratically elected government” with international observers in place! So when Israel undermined that “democratically elected government,” it gave that government every right to wage war against the Israeli government that sabotaged the results of free elections.

And you keep forgetting that Hezbollah didn’t even exist before Israel invaded Lebanon in 1982. Hezbollah was formed to fight the Israelis and liberate Lebanon. Then came along Iran to manipulate and fund Hezbollah.

So when the Lebanese complain about Hezbollah, they’re complaining about Israel’s invasion of their country that created the right environment for organizations like Hezbollah to be established.

“Disrespecting Israel wishes”? Anyone who disrespects Israel’s wishes is a hero, for Israel never wished to be at peace with its neighbors and continues to this day to occupy Palestinian, Lebanese and Syrian land. So yes, Snowden is a hero for many reasons, including exposing Israel’s criminal behavior.

And according to your argument, since Israel did not turn “into a great beacon of hope for the oppressed” Palestinians, the Palestinians are justified in taking up arms to resist the Israeli occupation. Is it really a surprise that Likud and Hamas feed off each other?

Maybe you ought to try peace for a change, Stephen! There’s a chance it would do you a lot of good!
 

Eleonora O (37)
Friday July 17, 2015, 1:05 pm

Well put, Sam, nothing is missing! I have the feeling that Stephen didn't read the article as he talks of the death of a soldier.

But even ... and no matter who does it - extrajudicial killings (a specialty of Israel) are just simply no-go's and in direct opposition to anything even remotely democratic! If such were widely accepted then we would have even more of a jungle than what we already have.

What I love in such Israeli actions is that in many cases they try on top of it to pin it on someone else.

On these lines I got lost but I guess I can live with that: "Did something change after the fact, some new information come to light, perhaps, that would change attitudes on the matter before the assassination in 2008? In 2012, Obama and his supporters insisted that he would deal with Assad and bring down that regime in a war which would involve killing many of its military officers. Was this taken as a sign that by that time, Assad's regime had suddenly turned peaceful, liberal and democratic? Certainly if it had happened before 2008, it would have happened by 2012."

For all I know and see the US Admin is doing their very best since 4 years to bring down the regime of Assad ...
 

Janis K (129)
Friday July 17, 2015, 2:21 pm
Thanks for sharing.
 

Past Member (0)
Friday July 17, 2015, 7:51 pm
Thx for sharing-noted
Whistle blowers aren't the criminals. Isn't it time amnesty was given to Edward?
 

Eleonora O (37)
Saturday July 18, 2015, 1:17 am

Fully agree with John T's. comment. Snowdon's amnesty is long overdue. Just wonder how long he would survive in an unprotected environment??
 

. (0)
Sunday July 19, 2015, 4:54 am
FAKE TITLE. FAKE PICTURE!!~
 

Stephen Brian (23)
Sunday July 19, 2015, 10:12 am
Hi Sam,

There was a typo in my previous post: It was missing a "killed". It should have read:
"In 2008, Israel, still formally at war with Syria since 1947, did what countries at war do and killed a general of a country that had supported an organization that recently pulled a coup against a democratically elected government."
I hoped people might have spotted the grammatical error and picked up on the typo from the context, but forgot that you never look at context.

Your idea of Israel being responsible for the existence of Hezbollah is like blaming Abraham Lincoln for the KKK. It originally formed in response to the freeing of black slaves in the U.S. Without him, there would be no KKK so by your logic, we should blame blame Lincoln and those who oppose slavery for all those lynchings. Brilliant idea, Sam. Time to go be hardcore racists!.

You don't have to be a "Great beacon of hope" for some people for it to be inexcusable for them to kill you. For example, I don't have anywhere near that kind of respect for you, but I would still certainly consider it a crime for someone to murder you. I was just trying to follow your logic and consider the underlying the timelines (time-loops) your posts seem to present. No turning Syria into a "great beacon of hope" then? Do you have Martians landing some time next century? That would be exciting.
 

Sam H (410)
Sunday July 19, 2015, 12:58 pm
Stephen,

Your level of reasoning is deteriorating to a level that even Bob A would be embarrassed to call his own.

Your Lincoln and KKK example would have been apt had your hatred allowed you to see how the Zionists are lynching the Palestinians.

The reality and the numbers are there to prove the solidarity between African Americans and the Palestinians. And that solidarity is not limited to African Americans, but extends to all peace-loving people throughout the world. You seem to forget Mandela’s embrace of Arafat and the Palestinian cause. You seem to forget that Israel and apartheid South Africa were on the same side against Mandela and his struggle to bring justice and equality to his people. And you have the nerve to claim Lincoln’s decency while you’re lynching the Palestinians in ways the KKK never even dreamed of! That is utterly shameless!

At certain times, you thought you were clever enough to hide your hatred and bigotry behind your convoluted, nonsensical arguments. That time seems to have passed. No matter how hard you tried, you could never shed the indoctrination you were subjected to at an earlier age.

So you’re ruined for life the same way Netanyahu is by not being able to snap out of that frame of mind. Your inability to see the damage that the Zionists are inflicting on the Palestinians cannot be explained by anything other than that hatred-induced blindness that clouds you judgment.

We can excuse Bob A for his poor education, but it seems your good education wasn’t enough to rescue you from the hatred they planted in you at an earlier age.

You’re the reason suffering and injustice remain entrenched everywhere Zionism has a foothold in this world.
 

Eleonora O (37)
Sunday July 19, 2015, 4:49 pm

Sam - I let your comment settle (not easy to digest as I like Stephen) and must admit that you're correct and right. I don't know if it's "hatred and bigotry" but somehow Stephen seems to be shy of making the next (last?) step to free himself from the indoctrination he said he had gone through (?).

Green Star is on its way ****************
 

fly bird (26)
Sunday July 19, 2015, 5:51 pm
"Your level of reasoning is deteriorating to a level that even Bob A would be embarrassed to call his own. "

I agree with that. not spinning 'arguments' to hide things.

As Eleonora put it, "...Israeli actions ... in many cases they try on top of it to pin it on someone else."
No surprise, there!! And getting 'rewarded' for lies and manipulation, well, that's no surprise, either.....

Thanks for posting, Sam.

Wake up bigots and liars -- the truth can never be hidden, indefinitely.

 
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