12 February 2006

Hamas, Apartheid Israel, and the Blowing Winds

The NY Times reports that France, caught between a rock and a hard place, reluctantly "endorsed Russia's decision" to talk with Hamas, saying the discussion "can contribute to advancing our positions."

Their decision required France, an important co-conspirator in Uncle Sam's campaigns to topple governments in Lebanon, Haiti, and Syria, to disregard a furious, apopleptic outcry from Zionist politicians denouncing Russia. Racists like Chirac and Sarkozy do make such determinations without considerable knashing of teeth.

Their maneuver tells us a great deal about the world's intense opposition to the global campaign launched by Uncle Sam and Apartheid Israel to tyranize Palestinians and isolate Hamas. And these shifting winds that explain the Zionist outcry.

In an interview with The New York Sun, Apartheid Israel's foreign minister Tzipi Livni, "warned... against a 'slippery slope' effect that might result from a tendency by 'some in the international community' to compromise with Hamas," which, she cautioned, "will result in a negative effect - not only for Israel, but also for the Palestinian people and for the international community."

The Daily Star reports that Education Minister Meir Sheetrit said the Zionist state "should consider recalling its ambassador to Russia in protest." Invoking the old Nazi slogan, Sheerit accused Putin of "stabbing Israel in the back" and told Israeli Public Radio that "Russia cannot fill any position regarding negotiations with the Palestinians."

An anonymous Israeli official said, "It's not just a slap in the face to Israel. It's a slap in the face to Western countries." Housing Minister Zeev Boim issued a not-so-thinly veiled threat: "Putin is dancing with wolves."

A front-page headline in Yediot Aharonot, Apartheid Israel's leading paper, screamed: "Anger in Israel: Putin is Spitting in Our Face." The Jerusalem Post reports that raving lunatic Binyamin Netanyahu "wrote a letter... to Russian President Vladimir Putin requesting he retract his invitation of Hamas leaders to come to Moscow" and condemning it for providing Hamas legitimacy.

Uncle Sam, caught totally unaware by the maneuver, responded with confusion and impotence. The same Post article reports, "Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice urged Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday to send a clear, strong message in any meetings with Hamas officials that the terror group must stop terror attacks on Israel." It also noted that "the US ambassador in Russia, William J. Burns, has requested clarification of the message Putin intends to give to the Hamas officials."

In contrast to the utter confusion in the State Department, Rummy continued barking denunciations to Russian arms makers, condeming deals made to solidify Russian alliances in Central Asia and Venezuela, both of which he considers threats to American hegemony.

The difficulty for Rummy and others on Sam's Planation and in Apartheid Israel to reverse this momentum and alienate Hamas is that their words no longer carry any moral or political legitimacy. Their policies in Iraq and in Palestine expose them as genocidal killers, global terrorists, and pathological liars. That makes it impossible to generate the credibility needed to sufficiently denounce Hamas.

That inability to bring the world together against Hamas in a campaign of propaganda and terror marks the difference between the post-Iraq world and the pre-Iraq world.

The other major difference is the number of head coffins required for Uncle Sam and Apartheid Israel to maintain their crusader ambitions - an ominous sign as Persia moves into Sam's crosshairs.
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