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    What a vile woman :mad:


    Predictable responses - "this is just one woman, you can't tar all leftists/pro-'palestinians' with the same brush"

    Despite the fact that these views are mainstream in among that rabid lot.
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    Surprised the Left Wing don't win more elections, what with being a collective, cohesive hive mind and all.....
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    (Original post by LockHeedS)

    What a vile woman :mad:


    Predictable responses - "this is just one woman, you can't tar all leftists/pro-'palestinians' with the same brush"

    Despite the fact that these views are mainstream in among that rabid lot.
    Well, no ****?

    That's like saying that all white people are racist because racism is mainstream within racist white groups/circles.
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    Surprised the Left Wing don't win more elections, what with being a collective, cohesive hive mind and all.....
    That's right. She's a one off, a bad egg. :rolleyes:

    The leftists that tried to bar a Jewish man from a music festival were just one-offs, bad eggs etc.

    The leftists that were outside an Edinburgh performance of Israeli dance and spat at people going in, were one-offs, just bad eggs.

    The Corbyn supporter who played at the Fringe festival and went onto deny the Holocaust, was just a bad egg, a one-off

    Amazing how many bad eggs there are in the leftist movement.
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    (Original post by Bornblue)
    Wow you're boring.
    Change the record - every single post you make is an attack on the left/ Corbyn/Muslims and a staunch pre-emptive defence of Israel.

    I see your name has changed, so i'm guessing you were banned yet came back again. Shame.
    Don't post in the thread if it bores you.

    I understand that exposing the anti-semitic, Corbyn-supporting left wing hurts your wittle feelings, so best if you stayed out of the thread.
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    (Original post by LockHeedS)
    Don't post in the thread if it bores you.

    I understand that exposing the anti-semitic, Corbyn-supporting left wing hurts your wittle feelings, so best if you stayed out of the thread.
    Don't post on a forum if you're so opposed to it. You got banned for being a troll and have come back. Reported.

    Change the record and get a life.
    Cheers.
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    Lol, if you're going to make a new account after being banned, at least make it a bit less obvious haha :lol:
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    Defending Israel is not acceptable on TSR. How dare you OP
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    Yeah, everyone in Israel knows you don't just let rabid genocidal racists protest - you elect them to parliament and appoint them ministers.



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    (Original post by anarchism101)

    natalie bennett was a soldier for Israel ??

    wow

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    (Original post by LockHeedS)
    That's right. She's a one off, a bad egg. :rolleyes:

    The leftists that tried to bar a Jewish man from a music festival were just one-offs, bad eggs etc.

    The leftists that were outside an Edinburgh performance of Israeli dance and spat at people going in, were one-offs, just bad eggs.

    The Corbyn supporter who played at the Fringe festival and went onto deny the Holocaust, was just a bad egg, a one-off

    Amazing how many bad eggs there are in the leftist movement.
    No not really. The Left wing (not that is is a remotely cohesive grouping at all, few of them can agree on anything, like any other large scale political group) will contain billions of people.
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    "Er.....I don't know what the Holocaust is".

    WTF? :rofl:
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    (Original post by anarchism101)
    Yeah, everyone in Israel knows you don't just let rabid genocidal racists protest - you elect them to parliament and appoint them ministers.
    What's interesting is that when people with such views are elected in Israel, you criticise it. But when such people with genocidal views come to power on the Palestinian side, you defend it.

    That would make you a hypocrite, wouldn't it?
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    And the progressively regressive left wonder why they have fallen so far behind a Tory government about as popular and as welcome as syphilis

    Good ol Corbyn is a known terrorist supporter http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...y-antisemitism

    He was there trying to silence freedom of expression over the danish mohammed cartoons too

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4700482.stm
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    lol he is banned again
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    "Er.....I don't know what the Holocaust is".

    WTF? :rofl:
    This is a tactic I've seen quite a lot from these people. They play silly word games and pretend not to know what the Holocaust is, they say that there's no such thing as anti-semitism because Arabs are also semites (this word game is a favourite of theirs because it allows them to pretend anti-Jewish prejudice doesn't exist).

    The pro-Palestinian movement increasingly has links with people like David Duke (the KKK Holocaust denier). But when you point this out, they start shrieking that you're using the charge of anti-semitism to protect the Israeli government from criticism.

    Funnily enough, I've never seen anyone actually claim that any and all criticism of the Israeli government is inherently anti-semitic. The self-proclaimed pro-Palestine movement* claim they are being accused of anti-semitism for political reasons about 100 times more often than they are actually accused of it. They bring it up completely out of the blue. It can be an effective tactic, but increasingly it is counterproductive for them because when the pro-Palestine movement brings up the anti-semitism issue out of the blue, they get entangled in it and people bring up their links to the KKK, and the conversation becomes about that rather than the actual issues.

    *self-proclaimed because their demands and tactics are often extremely damaging to Palestinians themselves... like when they gin up support in the West for Hamas rocket firings. When Hamas perceives they are getting support in the West they see incentives to continue firing, which axiomatically means more death, destruction and misery for the Palestinians when the inevitable response comes. But for many on the pro-Palestine left, actual Palestinian lives are less important than being seen to be revolutionary and anti-zionist, and feeling like they are rebelling against the evil Western/Zionist/Jewish (delete as appropriate) conspiracy
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    (Original post by SignFromDog)
    What's interesting is that when people with such views are elected in Israel, you criticise it. But when such people with genocidal views come to power on the Palestinian side, you defend it.
    I don't believe I've ever "defended" genocidal views. I've argued that some statements claimed to be genocidal are not so, and even in those situations, I've generally said I still think the statements in question are abhorrent and virulently anti-Semitic.

    If you mean why do I focus and draw attention more to one than the other, then there's a few reasons, most of which centre around relative power and privilege. One's an economically impoverished country that's been under occupation for nearly half a century, unsurprisingly resulting in often corrupt leaders. The other's a largely stable society that mostly has been so for several decades and markets itself supposedly as the region's only democracy and as a liberal tolerant democratic state.
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    (Original post by anarchism101)
    I don't believe I've ever "defended" genocidal views. I've argued that some statements claimed to be genocidal are not so, and even in those situations, I've generally said I still think the statements in question are abhorrent and virulently anti-Semitic.
    So what is your view of the following words

    "The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moslems, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. Only the Gharkad tree, (evidently a certain kind of tree) would not do that because it is one of the trees of the Jews."

    If you mean why do I focus and draw attention more to one than the other, then there's a few reasons, most of which centre around relative power and privilege. One's an economically impoverished country that's been under occupation for nearly half a century, unsurprisingly resulting in often corrupt leaders. The other's a largely stable society that mostly has been so for several decades and markets itself supposedly as the region's only democracy and as a liberal tolerant democratic state.
    Markets itself as such? Presumably you are not denying that Israel itself (within the 1967 borders) is a fairly tolerant society, that encompasses many viewpoints and modes of living from Christian monasteries to ultra-Orthodox Jewish yeshivas to socialist Zionist kibbutzes to the Tel Aviv gay scene. It is indeed a very pluralstic society.

    Why do you suppose that LGBT Palestinians often seek asylum in Israel?
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    A lot of people on the Right hate political correctness and the race card, yet they use the anti-Semitism card all the time....
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    (Original post by Susej)
    A lot of people on the Right hate political correctness and the race card, yet they use the anti-Semitism card all the time....
    Evidence please. Can you provide a single example of a pro-Israel advocate saying that any and all criticism of Israel is inherently anti-semitic?

    You people are constantly whining that this is what you are unfairly being accused of; it shouldn't be hard to find evidence of a few mainstream pro-Israel advocates asserting that all criticism of the Israeli government is inherently anti-semitic
 
 
 
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