Anti-Semitism

Raid on Entebbe: Part three

The floors of the four Lockheed C-130 Hercules aircraft were simply awash with vomit, as the roughly 100 Israeli soldiers struggled against the constant noise and shuddering amid the open bellies of these flying beasts.

Operation Thunderbolt was underway.

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Raid on Entebbe: Part two

It was Sunday the 27th of June 1976 when Air France Flight 139 arrived in Athens on a scheduled stopover, before departing again at 12.30pm en route to its eventual final destination of Paris.

During its brief stay at Ellinikon International Airport, it took on board a number of additional passengers, among them two members of the German Left Wing Revolutionare?Zellen (RZ) and two members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-External Operations (PFLP-EO).

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Raid on Entebbe: Part one

The?monocled British statesman stared out of the train?s window at the seemingly endless tracts of African expanse.

It was early 1903 and Joseph Chamberlain was deep in thought.

The one-meter gauge of the railway line he was now travelling upon had been years in the making and had only been accomplished through bitter political struggle at home and blood spilt here in Kenya.

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Florida shooting: MSM don’t miss opportunity to attack Trump

Weapons locker in mess Photo/ Cam Slater, Whaleoil Media

US President Donald Trump has called the suspect in the mass school shooting in Florida “mentally disturbed” as he vowed to help local jurisdictions tackle mental health issues, but he made no mention of stricter gun control laws.

That’s because stricter gun control wouldn’t have made a difference.

[…]Trump pledged his administration would help “tackle the difficult issue of mental health” and said the issue of improving safety in schools would be the top priority during a meeting later this month with governors and state attorneys general. Yet Trump made no mention of gun control laws in the aftermath of the third-deadliest school shooting in US history.

The shooter passed the background check and didn’t have a criminal record.

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History repeats: Jews fleeing France

“French-Jewish families are being forced from their homes in Paris suburbs as Europe continues to be convulsed by levels of anti-Semitism not seen since the end of the Second World War.

The Paris commuter newspaper 20 Minutes documents an ?internal exodus? during 2017 of Jews from the Seine-Saint-Denis department, saying it is emblematic of broader concerns that French Jews, like their brothers and sisters across Europe, are finding it increasingly difficult to reconcile their faith with the changing demographics of the continent.”

Translation: More Muslim immigration, more attacks on Jews.

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The star-struck Claretta, Mussolini?s last love. According to her diaries, he radiated a ?god-like potency? and a ?bull-like? magnetism.

?I?d like To Jump Onto Your Bed Like a Big Tomcat?

Benito Mussolini had two wives, several mistresses and dozens, possibly hundreds, of casual lovers during his lifetime

Star-struck Claretta Petacci was determined to conquer her ?divine Caesar? ? and was finally strung up beside him. Claretta Petacci, born 28 February 1912, was perhaps the biggest love in Benito Mussolini?s life, a man 30 years her senior. Brought up in a wealthy family, Clara?s father was the pope?s personal physician.

As a child in fascist Italy, Clara Petacci (known as Claretta) was dutifully adoring of Benito Mussolini and the Cult of ducismo. She gave the stiff-armed Roman salute while at school (the Duce had declared handshaking Fey and unhygienic) and sang the fascist youth anthem ?Giovinezza?. Her father, was a convinced fascist, for whom Mussolini was the incarnation of animal cunning ??furbizia?? and the manful fascist soul. Claretta herself would have to wait before she met the ?divine Caesar?.

The story begins like a romantic novel. On a glorious spring day in Rome in April 1932, stunning heiress Claretta Petacci and her dashing fiance, an army lieutenant, took off in their chauffeured limousine for a day at the beach.

Giggling excitedly between them on the back seat of the Lancia was Claretta?s nine-year-old sister, Myriam, there as chaperone. The road to the coast was a marvel of modern engineering, a motorway built at the command of Italy?s fascist dictator ? prime minister Benito Mussolini. He was at the height of his powers, adored by Italians who knew him as Il Duce and feted by leaders around the world. Winston Churchill called him the ?Roman genius?, and even Mahatma Gandhi praised his ?passionate love for his people?.

That same day, Il Duce was also taking a spin in the sunshine along the Via del Mare in his bright red Alfa Romeo 8C, with its long running boards and rear fin like the crest of a Roman god?s helmet. Near Ostia, Mussolini?s car recklessly overtook the limousine, blasting his horn as he did. The young woman in the back smiled and waved. For a fleeting moment, Mussolini looked into her eyes ? and was smitten. Pulling over, he signalled for the Lancia to stop. Claretta recognised Mussolini at once and scrambled out of the car. ?I?m going to pay homage to him,? she declared. ?I?ve been waiting for such a long time.?

Claretta had been besotted with Mussolini for years, ever since a 1926 assassination attempt when the insane Irish aristocrat Violet Gibson took a potshot at him with a revolver. The bullet just nicked the bridge of his nose. Then a 14-year-old schoolgirl, Claretta had been aghast at the news and penned a gushing letter to him: ?O, Duce, why was I not with you? Could I not have strangled that murderous woman??

She told him she dreamed of putting her ?head on your chest so I could still hear the beats of your great heart. Duce, my life is for you?. Now her teenage fantasies were about to be realised.

The cars drew level, and Mussolini pulled over to confront his pursuer. Petacci was 19; he was 49. But to judge by her diaries ? first published in Italy in 2009 as?Mussolini segreto?(Secret Mussolini) ? the encounter was love at first sight. As the weeks went by, the doctor?s daughter began to court the Duce in a decorous way, first by sending him perfumed billets-doux, then by calling him on the telephone.

Mussolini, never one to resist a woman?s advances, soon took her to bed.

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Labour selects anti-Semite as New Plymouth candidate

Labour obviously doesn’t do candidate background checks.

They have selected Cory Haddock as their candidate to replace Angry Andy as their candidate in New Plymouth.

The man who stood against John Key in the 2014 election has been named as the candidate to challenge for the seat Andrew Little twice failed to capture.

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Guest Post: Palestinian terrorism and Muslim hypocrisy: An open letter from a Muslim woman

While millions of children got out of bed on the morning of June 30, 2016, excited for summer vacation, one child did not. A young Israeli girl, 13-year-old Hallel Yaffe Ariel, was brutally murdered in her own bed by a 17-year-old Palestinian terrorist. He broke into her house and stabbed her to death. Another life lost to senseless violence. Another poor soul taken too early from this world. But few Muslims in this world will be mourning her death, because Hallel was an Israeli Jew.

I am a Muslim, and I know that when it comes to Palestinian terrorism, too many Muslims are hypocrites. I have seen firsthand the casual, destructive anti-Semitism that plagues the Muslim community. I have heard it from the mouths of our religious leaders, from our politicians, and even from our otherwise peaceful, liberal Muslim activists. I have witnessed in horror the desperate attempts to justify Palestinian terrorism from people who I once respected. Why? Why do we decry all other types of terrorism, but bend over backwards to legitimize violence against Israeli Jews?

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Hate speech laws would make things worse in New Zealand not better

In Sweden hate speech laws are not applied fairly. It would be accurate to say that they are used solely for the benefit of Swedish Muslims. Comments that get prosecuted in Sweden under their hate speech laws include?comments that object to sexual violence against women in the Quran and comments that Muslims find offensive. On the other hand?calling homosexuality a “virus”?and the mainstream intolerance of homosexuality being taught in Swedish Mosques is ignored as is anti-Semitism not only from individuals but from the media. Even worse than the blatant double standards is how the government is funding organisations that claim to be about combating Islamophobia but are actually linked to terrorism and invite Salafist Hate preachers and hire speakers who promote joining ISIS.

For now, the New Zealand government has stated that it has no desire to create Hate speech laws despite Muslim activists pushing for them but we do already have Salafist Hate preachers, amongst us.

NZ Salafist Imam Shaykh Dr Mohammad Anwar Sahib

Whaleoil revealed the existence of one Salafist Hate preacher in Auckland which the New Zealand Media was very reluctant to write about. One brave Muslim woman from the Imam’s mosque actually reported her concerns about one individual to the New Zealand Herald but they not only ignored her they somehow allowed Shaykh Dr Mohammad Anwar Sahib to get access to her name. In this video he condemns her in his sermon for revealing that an individual at their mosque was promoting terrorism.

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Once peaceful Scandinavian countries now Rape and Anti-semitism capitals of the world

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The recipe for anti-Semitism and a massive jump in the rape statistics is pretty simple and we all know what it is. To say it out loud, the cause and the effect, however, would result in being accused of hateful speech. We all know where the anti-Semitism comes from as it is a key part of the ideology that promotes it that now thrives in Sweden. We all know which immigrants’ violent and misogynistic behaviour has turned Sweden into a place where Swedish women are afraid to walk the street alone yet we are not allowed to say it.

Despite the political correctness that gags the Swedes and prevents them from discussing the source of the anti-Semitism and violence Sweden inexplicably allows anti-Semitism.?Dagens Nyheter a major?Swedish newspaper, published a violently anti-Semitic op-ed entitled, “It is allowed to hate the Jews”.

…in which the historian Jan Samuelson said that until Israel ceases to “occupy” the territories, hatred for the Jewish State will be justified. He totally disregards, however, that the Jordanians illegally seized the territories in the aggression they initiated against Israel in the War of 1948; in 1967, Israel, in fact liberated its own land from illegal Jordanian occupation.

It is not just Sweden that allows this hatred to fester Norway does too.

Despite the fact that Jews in Norway are only 0.003 percent of the total population, Oslo is now world’s capital of European anti-Semitism…Norwegian newspapers are full of classic anti-Semitic tropes…

…A festival in Oslo also rejected a documentary, “The Other Dreamers,” about the lives of disabled children, simply because it was Israeli. “We support the academic and cultural boycott of Israel,” wrote Ketil Magnussen, the founder of the festival.

In Scandinavia, hate for Israel has become a real obsession and is driven by the common partnership that is seen worldwide?of Liberals and Islamists working together.

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