Tuesday 1 June 2010


Rachel Corrie, an Irish-American girl murdered by Israelis

I have only added some illustrations and a few comments. This article is bang on and a humorous, common sense, good read. Oh and please take the time to enjoy the music. It is so soothing to the soul ~ a rare gift in these trying times.

The Irish-flagged ship MV Rachel Corrie is currently en route to Gaza. The cargo ship, which has four Irish nationals aboard, is proceeding at a slow cruising speed in order to maximize media coverage and anticipation.

The Irish nationals on board the Rachel Corrie:

  • Nobel laureate Maireád Corrigan-Maguire
  • Former UN Assistant Secretary General and Human Rights Coordinator in Iraq, Denis Halliday
  • Husband and wife, Derek and Jenny Graham.

A Jewish attack on Maireád Corrigan-Maguire could prove very awkward for the Jews’ slave Obama, and the Jewish president of Ireland ~ Palestine Solidarity would have a hard time spinning things as if it had nothing to do with Jews. Jewish murderers used forged Irish passports in a recent killing they committed.

Seven Irish citizens are already in Jewish detention in the Zionist Entity, having been captured in the Jewish pirate raid against the Turks.

The Rachel Corrie became separated from the main flotilla after being delayed for 48 hours in Cyprus due to logistical reasons.

Derek Graham said the vessel was carrying educational materials, construction materials and some toys. “Everything aboard has been inspected in Ireland,” he said adding: “We would hope to have safe passage through.”

Speaking on RTÉ’s Today with Pat Kenny, Maireád Maguire said: “None of our ships carry arms, they are purely humanitarian”.

She said it was necessary for the vessel to complete its mission in order “to assure the people of Gaza the world does care.”

Maguire continued:

“Their port has been closed for over 40 years … 1.5 million people, it’s like the population of Northern Ireland, totally cut off from the world by this inhumane, illegal siege of Gaza … their borders are closed … there is a shortage of medicines. Could you imagine if that happened to the 1.5 million people in Northern Ireland. The world would be absolutely crying out that this stop immediately,” Maguire said.

Labour foreign affairs spokesman Michael D Higgins today called on the Government to demand safe passage for the MV Rachel Corrie.

Irish foreign minister Micheál Martin is the only EU-state foreign minister to have visited Gaza (against the protests of the Jews).

How they fear the eyes of the world seeing the truth. It was manageable when it was only a few politicians or do-gooders, but once too many witness the truth, it becomes harder and harder to play victim.

Minister Martin has since been very vocal in expressing his solidarity with the people of Gaza.

In a statement, Higgins said that some of those on the vessel had contacted him earlier today and had stressed they wanted to avoid conflict and to be allowed unload their cargo to help the residents of the Gaza Strip.

The Minister for Foreign Affairs…

must make it clear that any assault

on the Rachel Corrie

would be regarded as a hostile act

against Ireland

and a clear breach of international law

that could not be ignored

by this country,” Mr Higgins said.

The Rachel Corrie heavily laden with 500 tons of cement, as well as medicines, medical equipment and educational materials to the people of Gaza.

The Jews could never win

in a war with the Irish.

Ireland has no significant conventional military power,

but the Irish are more liked and admired

in the world than Jews could ever be.

They have a better sense of humour, and are more musical.

The Irish have more moral authority than the Jews.

In spite of recent corruptions,

the Irish are also as close to God

as the Jews are far from him.

Ireland is farther from the Zionist Entity than Iran is.

Also, the Irish are better at propaganda.

Jewish propaganda only works

because of their control of the media.

But they always go too far.

They’re too crude, and eventually people see through it.

Lacking humility they make poor “martyrs”.

One thing the Irish do quite well is martyrdom.

Just remember Bobby Sands....

Everybody loves the Irish. The Russians, Iranians, Germans, Americans … even the English! There’s nobody in the world (no normal person, that is) who dislikes the Irish. In fact, is there anyone in the world more liked than the Irish? I can’t think of anyone.

I am very proud to be half Irish, that must be where my refusal to bow down comes from, despite my Canadian upbringing.

On the other hand, Jews may be the most disliked people on the planet. They are even more disliked than Albanians! Even Jews hate Jews.

In the war for hearts and minds,

only a linguistic pervert

would rather hear an arrogant Hebrew speaker

buggering the English language

with all the finesse of Jack the Ripper on acid,

than listen to the beautiful lilt of the Irish.

Take a break from all of this sordid Zionist BS and listen to this beautiful Irish rendition of YOU RAISE ME UP by Celtic Woman. Let your spirit soar for a few sweet moments.

From The Daily Mail Online, 2009.11.03:

French lose the accent of love … as the Irish lilt is voted world’s sexiest

There was a time when a Frenchman only had to order a pint of beer and women would collapse at his feet with desire.

Well those days, they are, ‘ow you say, fini!

The Irish accent was yesterday voted the world’s sexiest – knocking the Gauls off the top spot they’ve held for decades.

Helped by the likes of Colin Farrell, the Irish accent has knocked the French off the top spot, no doubt to the dismay of Nicolas Sarkozy [Jew].

Just a "Nice weather today" in a lilt by the likes of Sean Patrick Flanery would have any woman weak in the knees. Quite the Irish name. Eat your heart out Sarkozy.

Men with an Emerald Isle brogue, as promoted by stars like Colin Farrell and James Nesbitt, came top in a poll of 5,000 women worldwide.

The fall from grace of the French accent was laid firmly at the feet of [Jewish] president Nicolas Sarkozy, who has been accused of giving his countrymen a bad name by leering at women while married to [Jewess] Carla Bruni. [i.e. Sephardi Jews spoiled French image...]

The Italian accent was deemed to be second most sexy.

The study also found six in ten women admitted they had been seduced by someone purely because of their accent.

And four out of ten said they would much rather go to bed with a man who had a nice accent compared with a gruff, harsh one [like Yiddish or Hebrew].

[i.e. Jewish women dream of being with Irish men (if the women could be that lucky), but there's probably not a single woman in Ireland weighing less than 400 lbs who has ever dreamed about a Jewish man. That's life...]

While the Satanic Talmud “preaches” that to hit a Jew is the same as hitting God (or their “g-d”?), most people in the world would view a Jewish assault on an Irish man or woman as a crime against humanity.

Irish terrorists are less ruthless than Jews, but tougher;

and more competent than Arab terrorists.

If Schpielberg’s Munich is anything to go by, they are also smarter than Mossad terrorists. Jews are of course much better spies than the Irish, since deception is part of the hard and cold Jewish character, while the sweet and gentle Irish nature is characterized by openness, honesty and a generosity of spirit.

Many people think of Mossad as very efficient, but it’s the ruthless thing that’s the secret to Mossad’s success. That and the fact that so many politicians are in the pocket of the Jews, allowing sloppy Mossad operatives to get away with sub-standard work.

It’s true that the Irish never really achieve much, but, on the other hand, unlike the Jews, the Irish can never be beaten. The Jews could destroy the Irish economy, but that would only backfire in the long run.

A "catch" young Hasidim. Imagine that accent scraping your eardrums as he grated his guttural language during intimate moments. German could be just as bad however.

Betting shops in Belfast and Dublin are probably already laying odds in favour of Ireland.

In fact, could it be that a little war with the Zionist Entity is just what is needed to achieve Irish unity?

Gaza a Year Later

By Micheál Martin, Aire Gnóthaí Eachtracha, Minister for Foreign Affairs of The Republic of Ireland, and Teachta Dála (TD) for Cork South Central.

March 4, 2010

Last week I visited Gaza, the first European Union foreign minister to do so in over a year. My purpose was very much a humanitarian one, to see for myself the impact of a blockade that has now been imposed on the people of Gaza for some two-and-a-half years and to meet with the courageous and dedicated staff of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), including its director of operations, Irishman John Ging. They play an indispensable role in maintaining vital humanitarian services to the people of Gaza.

From my arrival in Gaza, the deprivations and hardships resulting from the blockade were all too evident. Visiting an UNRWA food distribution center, I could see for myself the despair and suffering etched in the faces of those who queued for the most basic rations of rice, milk powder and sunflower oil.

Eighty percent of the population of Gaza now lives below the poverty line and UNRWA is encountering increasing levels of abject poverty where people basically do not have enough food, even with their meager food allocations, to live.

The tragedy of Gaza is that it is fast in danger of becoming a tolerated humanitarian crisis, a situation that most right-thinking people recognize as utterly unacceptable in this day and age but which is proving extremely difficult to remedy or ameliorate due to the blockade and the wider ramifications of efforts to try and achieve political progress in the Middle East.

One can imagine how hard it is not to give in to despair and hopelessness in such an environment. However, what was most impressive and heartening during my visit was the resilience and incredible dignity of ordinary people.

In particular, I want to mention two young girls whom I met during a visit to the UNRWA girls’ preparatory school in Rafah. Reem Abu Owida is 10, though her diminutive stature would suggest she was at least two years younger. Dina Ali Awaja is 15.

As a former schoolteacher myself, I was deeply impressed by the eloquence, enthusiasm and positive attitude of these two girls. Their sense of self-worth and their commitment to the values of human rights and respectful dialogue, about which they spoke eloquently and passionately, shone through and confirmed the value of the wonderful work being performed by UNRWA in the education sector.

I was similarly struck by what I heard from a business group at the Karni industrial park. This group of predominantly young businessmen and women graphically described the devastation that has been wrought on the private sector in Gaza, an economy that is now only operating at some 10-15 percent of capacity.

Over a thousand companies have gone out of business since the Israeli Army’s Operation Cast Lead in early 2009. Unemployment now runs at over 50 percent.

What I witnessed in Gaza, amidst all the rubble and devastation still so evident from last year’s conflict, was a population traumatized and reduced to poverty by an unjust and completely counterproductive blockade. All that is being achieved through the imposition of the blockade is to enrich Hamas and marginalize even further the voices of moderation.

I view the current conditions prevailing for the ordinary population as inhumane and utterly unacceptable, in terms of accepted international standards of human rights.

These are the clear messages that I will be bringing when I travel to Córdoba next weekend to meet with E.U. High Representative Catherine Ashton and my fellow E.U. foreign ministers.

The European Union and the international community simply must do more to increase the pressure for the ending of the blockade and the opening of the border crossings to normal commercial and humanitarian traffic.

I genuinely believe that the medieval siege conditions being imposed on the people of Gaza are unacceptable. I am also all too conscious that somewhere within Gaza, now enduring his fourth year of captivity, is the young Israeli soldier, Gilad Shalit, and I equally repeat my call for his speedy release and return to his family.

The people of Gaza are justifiably proud of their heritage. It is a rich one, as I discovered when I visited the small but impressive archaeological museum recently constructed on the outskirts of Gaza City. Young people such as Reem and Dina deserve the opportunity to have a future in line with their heritage.

I urge all who truly care about peace in the Middle East to do what they can to ensure that all young people like Reem and Dina enjoy what we would all wish for our own children: a decent future.

The Turks have also pledged to send another Turkish ship to Gaza; this time with a naval escort, daring the Jews to try to attack again.

Besides the fact that wars are also fought through espionage, propaganda, diplomatic alliances, funding, terror, etc., the fact is that a war between the Zionist Entity and Turkey could never just involve only those two belligerents.

Also involved would be Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinians in general (in the ZEOP, the West Bank, Gaza, and outside Palestine), Jews in general, and Turks in General (including millions in Germany).

Any weakness in the Zionist Entity will be exploited by its enemies. Russia would not be uninvolved. Russia or Iran or Syria would be very careful not to get openly involved, unless they see a chance of getting rid of this plague for good. The Jews backed and armed and funded the Georgian assault on Russians in South Ossetia. The Georgian president Sackashvili is a puppet of the Jew Schwartz/Soros.

Any hostilities would also exacerbate American military and diplomatic problems in Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Kyrgyzstan, et cetera.

In terms of international law, the Jews have no “right” to keep anybody from approaching Palestinian territorial water off Gaza. It’s just that no other state has ever done it. But now that the Turks’ blood is up, if their navy accompanies ships into Gaza, having announced/confirmed that Gaza is Palestinian and the waters are under the authority of Gaza’s Hamas administration, what will the Jews do?

They will be asking, “Can we afford to allow it? Can we afford not to?” A lose-lose situation for the Jews occupying Palestine. Any successful Turkish landing in Gaza will set an international precedent. But would they be mad enough to attack Turkish ships? Or would the Turks hold off from entering the territorial limit off the Gazan shore?


Learn more about the relationship of Turkey with the rest of the Middle East.


From today’s Irish Times:

Seven Irish Detained

The UN Security Council today condemned acts leading to the deaths of civilians during yesterday’s Israeli operation and called for an impartial investigation. In a formal statement adopted after more than 10 hours of closed-door negotiations, the council requested the immediate release of ships and civilians held by Israel.

At an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council, Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu said: “This is tantamount to banditry and piracy. It is murder conducted by a state.”

Many of the remaining participants, including activists from several countries and a number of European parliamentarians, were due to be processed in the port city of Ashdod before being deported to their home countries by air.

Among those detained are seven Irish passport holders including members of the Free Gaza Movement’s Irish affiliate. The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign said its member, Shane Dillon, was being deported, while Dr Fintan Lane and Fiachra Ó Luain were contesting their deportation and will be brought to court within 72 hours.

Also detained in Israel were two naturalised Irish citizens originally from Libya and now resident in Ireland; an Australian journalist travelling on an Irish passport; and a Polish-Irish activist.

Mr Ó Luain’s father, Joseph Bangert, said he supported his son’s actions.

“Fiachra – he wears many uniforms but never a military uniform,” Mr Bangert said. “He marches to a different drummer than most of us. I’m sure he is sticking it to them. The last I heard he was contesting a deportation both as an Irishman and an American. I think they have a Trojan horse on their hands”.

Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin has criticised Israel for denying Ireland’s Ambassador consular access to those in Ashdod.

Israeli commandos stormed the flotilla, landing on the decks of the ships from helicopters at about 3.30am while the ships were in international waters 85 nautical miles from the Gaza coast and well outside the exclusion zone imposed by Israel.

Israeli military spokeswoman Avital Leibovich, speaking to media at Ashdod, said the troops had been attacked with rods and knives and two pistols had been found on the Turkish ship. Ankara has denied that there were weapons on board and it has recalled its ambassador to Israel.

The flotilla consisted of three cargo ships loaded with 10,000 tonnes of aid, mainly construction material, medicines, paper for school books, wheelchairs and chocolate, which Israel does not allow into Gaza.

Mr Martin condemned Israel’s “unacceptable and disproportionate” use of force and he accused Israel of “essentially kidnapping” the Irish citizens aboard the ships. Mr Martin was speaking after he summoned Israeli ambassador Zion Evrony to a meeting at Iveagh House [i.e. The Foreign Ministry] late yesterday afternoon. He called for the unconditional release of Irish citizens currently detained in Ashdod.

“These people did not enter Israel illegally. They were essentially kidnapped from international waters, taken into Israel, and asked to sign documents confirming that they entered illegally. That is unacceptable,” Mr Martin said.

He called for Israel to exercise “absolute restraint” in its dealings with the Irish-owned vessel MV Rachel Corrie , which is understood to be en route to Gaza.


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