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Israel - A Rant


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It fucking infuriates me that any criticism of Israel (The IDF) is met with scorn and an assumption of anti-semitism. Like it's a forcefield for any criticism of wrong-doing. An actual genocide is taking place and the worlds too scared to get off it's arse and stop it. 

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51 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

It fucking infuriates me that any criticism of Israel (The IDF) is met with scorn and an assumption of anti-semitism. Like it's a forcefield for any criticism of wrong-doing. An actual genocide is taking place and the worlds too scared to get off it's arse and stop it. 

 

There are really only two groups doing this. People who want to insulate Israel from criticism about committing genocide, people who know the vast majority of the criticism has nothing to do with race or religion. The other group, obviously, is people whose favourite colour is ham. 

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Two experts weigh in on the topic of human rights.

 

Russia and Saudi Arabia "expressed their deep concern about the humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza," and called for the establishment of a Palestinian state on 1967 borders, reported the Saudi state news agency SPA. 

Russian President Vladimir Putin was in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday for a short one-day visit which included the United Arab Emirates. The joint communique was released on Thursday.

The Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, and President Putin “stressed the need to stop military operations in the Palestinian territories, and the need to protect civilians in accordance with international law and international humanitarian law,” a joint statement read. 

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Not a lot Starmer could do there tbh. The fella could've been a nutter. He had a very warm welcome at Glasgow train station. I think this can be classed as a hero's response up there. Like a  comedian playing the Glasgow empire on a Friday night. 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Poor Scouser T said:

Such as?


Answer him? 
Tell him to go away? 
Tell him that you’d discuss your position with him but not on a train whilst being recorded? 
Tell him that you’ve already outlined your position and you’ve got nothing to add? 
 

All better options than just sitting there looking like a bit of a gorm who’s lost for words and by showing yourself to be a person who is running for public office but doesn’t appear to be willing to engage with the public. 
 

Like in the pub landlord incident (a bit - he was an angry knobhead though) or when he ran away from a couple of teenagers who polite asked him about climate change. 

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