Pro-Palestine protesters set for city centre demonstration

Pro-Palestine protesters set for city centre demonstration

Pro-Palestine protesters set for city centre demonstration

First published in News

Hundreds of protesters are expected to gather for a pro-Palestine rally this afternoon.

Organisers say hundreds are expected to gather at the Old Steine War Memorial in the centre of Brighton from 1pm for a demonstration organised by the Brighton and Hove Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

The protest follows a demo in London yesterday which saw 15,000 walk the streets of the capital while a similar protest in Brighton and Hove last week lead to a temporary road closure as protesters made their way to Churchill Square.

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11:46am Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Terrorism supporters......
Terrorism supporters...... stevo!!
  • Score: -21

11:59am Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Terrorism supporters......
Israel = State terrorism.
What's the difference?
75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: Terrorism supporters......[/p][/quote]Israel = State terrorism. What's the difference? 75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists! Nikski
  • Score: 25

12:04pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Terrorism supporters......
Israel = State terrorism.
What's the difference?
75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists!
The difference being that Israel has a right to defend itself from aggressors, so it is acting legally.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: Terrorism supporters......[/p][/quote]Israel = State terrorism. What's the difference? 75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists![/p][/quote]The difference being that Israel has a right to defend itself from aggressors, so it is acting legally. HTH stevo!!
  • Score: -33

12:31pm Sun 20 Jul 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

stevo!! says...


Nikski wrote:

stevo!! wrote:
Terrorism supporters......
Israel = State terrorism.
What's the difference?
75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists!The difference being that Israel has a right to defend itself from aggressors, so it is acting legally.

Leaving religion and politics aside the fact is that the plight of ordinary Palestinians is appalling. To say that anyone who is prepared to demonstrate against what is a dreadful humanitarian crisis is a supporter of terrorism is really very silly.
stevo!! says... Nikski wrote: stevo!! wrote: Terrorism supporters...... Israel = State terrorism. What's the difference? 75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists!The difference being that Israel has a right to defend itself from aggressors, so it is acting legally. Leaving religion and politics aside [one wishes it would be possible to do this permanently] the fact is that the plight of ordinary Palestinians is appalling. To say that anyone who is prepared to demonstrate against what is a dreadful humanitarian crisis is a supporter of terrorism is really very silly. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 17

12:32pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

The demonstration is in support of the Palestinians, large numbers of whom are being killed, not Hamas. All Palestinians are not terrorists, and whilst you might argue that Hamas is a terrorist organisation which Israel has the right to defend itself against, does that also give Israel the right to kill and maim large numbers of the civilian population? An Israeli air strike recently destroyed the El-wafa hospital in Gaza, a specialist hospital for the treatment of brain and spinal injuries. Was that a legitimate target? I think not, not in any war! Israel has made little effort to minimise civilian casualties and has once again reacted with disproportionate force by collectively punishing the Palestinian people in pursuit of their stated target, Hamas. This is not about Hamas it's about humanity and an end to the oppression of a people and the murder of innocent men, women and children.
The demonstration is in support of the Palestinians, large numbers of whom are being killed, not Hamas. All Palestinians are not terrorists, and whilst you might argue that Hamas is a terrorist organisation which Israel has the right to defend itself against, does that also give Israel the right to kill and maim large numbers of the civilian population? An Israeli air strike recently destroyed the El-wafa hospital in Gaza, a specialist hospital for the treatment of brain and spinal injuries. Was that a legitimate target? I think not, not in any war! Israel has made little effort to minimise civilian casualties and has once again reacted with disproportionate force by collectively punishing the Palestinian people in pursuit of their stated target, Hamas. This is not about Hamas it's about humanity and an end to the oppression of a people and the murder of innocent men, women and children. Nikski
  • Score: 23

12:34pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...


Nikski wrote:

stevo!! wrote:
Terrorism supporters......
Israel = State terrorism.
What's the difference?
75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists!The difference being that Israel has a right to defend itself from aggressors, so it is acting legally.

Leaving religion and politics aside the fact is that the plight of ordinary Palestinians is appalling. To say that anyone who is prepared to demonstrate against what is a dreadful humanitarian crisis is a supporter of terrorism is really very silly.
Agreed, unfortunately having read quite a number of stevo's posts, I think that is the only conclusion you can draw
[quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... Nikski wrote: stevo!! wrote: Terrorism supporters...... Israel = State terrorism. What's the difference? 75% of over 300 Palestinian deaths in the latest round of conflict are civilians. You work it out stevo, supporter of state terrorists!The difference being that Israel has a right to defend itself from aggressors, so it is acting legally. Leaving religion and politics aside [one wishes it would be possible to do this permanently] the fact is that the plight of ordinary Palestinians is appalling. To say that anyone who is prepared to demonstrate against what is a dreadful humanitarian crisis is a supporter of terrorism is really very silly.[/p][/quote]Agreed, unfortunately having read quite a number of stevo's posts, I think that is the only conclusion you can draw Nikski
  • Score: 22

12:49pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.
The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. stevo!!
  • Score: -29

1:07pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.
Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say:
'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real?
The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.[/p][/quote]Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say: 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real? The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you! Nikski
  • Score: 25

1:09pm Sun 20 Jul 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you? B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 16

1:29pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.
Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say:
'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real?
The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you!
I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke.

" 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc"

Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part.

FYI

1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas.

2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.[/p][/quote]Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say: 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real? The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you![/p][/quote]I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke. " 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc" Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part. FYI 1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas. 2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill. HTH stevo!!
  • Score: -21

1:34pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
[quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant. stevo!!
  • Score: -25

1:43pm Sun 20 Jul 14

JeevesMcMontague says...

Why don't these dimwits do something useful rather than making a noisey protest about nothing.
Why don't these dimwits do something useful rather than making a noisey protest about nothing. JeevesMcMontague
  • Score: -29

1:57pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.
Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say:
'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real?
The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you!
I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke.

" 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc"

Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part.

FYI

1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas.

2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill.

HTH
Everything you say is a joke stevo
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.[/p][/quote]Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say: 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real? The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you![/p][/quote]I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke. " 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc" Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part. FYI 1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas. 2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill. HTH[/p][/quote]Everything you say is a joke stevo Nikski
  • Score: 0

2:00pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
"some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"
Exactly stevo, you're a perfect example!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]"some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant" Exactly stevo, you're a perfect example! Nikski
  • Score: 24

2:01pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.
Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say:
'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real?
The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you!
I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke.

" 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc"

Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part.

FYI

1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas.

2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill.

HTH
Everything you say is a joke stevo
People admit they cannot argue my points in a variety of ways.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.[/p][/quote]Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say: 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real? The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you![/p][/quote]I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke. " 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc" Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part. FYI 1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas. 2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill. HTH[/p][/quote]Everything you say is a joke stevo[/p][/quote]People admit they cannot argue my points in a variety of ways. stevo!!
  • Score: -12

2:05pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Wide Bertha says...

is it an acronym for stupid tw*t espousing vitriolic opinions ?
is it an acronym for stupid tw*t espousing vitriolic opinions ? Wide Bertha
  • Score: 20

2:05pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

JeevesMcMontague wrote:
Why don't these dimwits do something useful rather than making a noisey protest about nothing.
"noisey (no 'e' in noisy by the way) protest about nothing"
I wouldn't call the deaths of hundreds of civilians nothing. Unbelievable! I despair for the future of humanity sometimes.....
[quote][p][bold]JeevesMcMontague[/bold] wrote: Why don't these dimwits do something useful rather than making a noisey protest about nothing.[/p][/quote]"noisey (no 'e' in noisy by the way) protest about nothing" I wouldn't call the deaths of hundreds of civilians nothing. Unbelievable! I despair for the future of humanity sometimes..... Nikski
  • Score: 15

2:09pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Wide Bertha says...

stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
in just the same way that your posts remind us ?
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]in just the same way that your posts remind us ? Wide Bertha
  • Score: 13

2:27pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"?
Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"?
That's right, our friend stevo.
The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo.....
Apart from being a crass generalisation (rather than a known fact) about the 2nd largest religion on the planet, it is probably rather offensive to those 1.3 billion people. And no, I'm not a Muslim; in fact do not subscribe to any religion. I do, however, understand the need many people have for faith, and respect their right to practice their faith. I also note that 'religion' rather than faith seems to have been used as the motivation for much of the conflict and strife which has taken place over thousands of years. Just my observation, and of course only an opinion.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"? Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"? That's right, our friend stevo. The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo..... Apart from being a crass generalisation (rather than a known fact) about the 2nd largest religion on the planet, it is probably rather offensive to those 1.3 billion people. And no, I'm not a Muslim; in fact do not subscribe to any religion. I do, however, understand the need many people have for faith, and respect their right to practice their faith. I also note that 'religion' rather than faith seems to have been used as the motivation for much of the conflict and strife which has taken place over thousands of years. Just my observation, and of course only an opinion. Nikski
  • Score: 13

3:19pm Sun 20 Jul 14

NathanAdler says...

To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please! NathanAdler
  • Score: -17

3:29pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

"Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"?
Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"?
That's right, our friend stevo.
The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...."

The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion.

I, on the other hand, posted two facts.
"Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"? Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"? That's right, our friend stevo. The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...." The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion. I, on the other hand, posted two facts. stevo!!
  • Score: -17

3:31pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Wide Bertha wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
in just the same way that your posts remind us ?
Feel free to quote a comment and show why you think it was stupid.

Merely claiming that it is only demonstrates your own prejudice against the writer.
[quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]in just the same way that your posts remind us ?[/p][/quote]Feel free to quote a comment and show why you think it was stupid. Merely claiming that it is only demonstrates your own prejudice against the writer. stevo!!
  • Score: -15

3:52pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
"Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"?
Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"?
That's right, our friend stevo.
The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...."

The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion.

I, on the other hand, posted two facts.
No stevo I was honest and said it was only an opinion whereas you claim your opinions are facts. Just because you believe something and want it to be a fact does not make it a fact.......fact!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: "Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"? Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"? That's right, our friend stevo. The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...." The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion. I, on the other hand, posted two facts.[/p][/quote]No stevo I was honest and said it was only an opinion whereas you claim your opinions are facts. Just because you believe something and want it to be a fact does not make it a fact.......fact! Nikski
  • Score: 12

4:01pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
"Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"?
Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"?
That's right, our friend stevo.
The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...."

The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion.

I, on the other hand, posted two facts.
Please stevo don't tell me you can't see 'the two statements aren't connected in any way'....! Saying it is a well known fact that muslims view life cheaply is offensive and a ridiculous generalisation, and only serves to illustrate that you are stupid, bigoted and ignorant, which was your earlier point was it not? If you really can't see they are connected I'm at a loss to know what to say.... you could say I'm dumbstruck, rather than just dumb which is you!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: "Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"? Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"? That's right, our friend stevo. The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...." The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion. I, on the other hand, posted two facts.[/p][/quote]Please stevo don't tell me you can't see 'the two statements aren't connected in any way'....! Saying it is a well known fact that muslims view life cheaply is offensive and a ridiculous generalisation, and only serves to illustrate that you are stupid, bigoted and ignorant, which was your earlier point was it not? If you really can't see they are connected I'm at a loss to know what to say.... you could say I'm dumbstruck, rather than just dumb which is you! Nikski
  • Score: 10

4:02pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
"Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"?
Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"?
That's right, our friend stevo.
The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...."

The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion.

I, on the other hand, posted two facts.
No stevo I was honest and said it was only an opinion whereas you claim your opinions are facts. Just because you believe something and want it to be a fact does not make it a fact.......fact!
1) Some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant. That is a fact which is proven constantly.

2) People in the muslim world view life cheaply. This is proven in the indiscriminate slaughter we see being perpetrated in that world on a daily basis.

Take the daily shelling of Israel, for example. It doesn't matter to the terrorists who gets killed, whether they are are Jew or muslim, just as long as *someone* dies.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: "Who said: "some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant"? Who also said: "We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes"? That's right, our friend stevo. The second statement would appear to bear out the first stevo...." The two statements aren't connected in anyway, but at least you admitted that you were posting an opinion. I, on the other hand, posted two facts.[/p][/quote]No stevo I was honest and said it was only an opinion whereas you claim your opinions are facts. Just because you believe something and want it to be a fact does not make it a fact.......fact![/p][/quote]1) Some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant. That is a fact which is proven constantly. 2) People in the muslim world view life cheaply. This is proven in the indiscriminate slaughter we see being perpetrated in that world on a daily basis. Take the daily shelling of Israel, for example. It doesn't matter to the terrorists who gets killed, whether they are are Jew or muslim, just as long as *someone* dies. stevo!!
  • Score: -21

5:17pm Sun 20 Jul 14

NathanAdler says...

NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question?

Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh?
[quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question? Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh? NathanAdler
  • Score: -16

5:33pm Sun 20 Jul 14

RootyRoo says...

Zzzzz, is this gonna be a regular demo, they done this last weekend in Brighton. The best thing about this demo was the guy at the back of the march holding up the model aeroplane...very impressive bit of artwork!
Zzzzz, is this gonna be a regular demo, they done this last weekend in Brighton. The best thing about this demo was the guy at the back of the march holding up the model aeroplane...very impressive bit of artwork! RootyRoo
  • Score: -3

5:43pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

NathanAdler wrote:
NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question?

Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh?
Adler you pillock, 425 people killed by IsraelI forces in the latest offensive, most of them civilians and many of them little children! So who's blowing up who.....Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state? No of course not. This is not about Muslims or Jews, it's
[quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question? Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh?[/p][/quote]Adler you pillock, 425 people killed by IsraelI forces in the latest offensive, most of them civilians and many of them little children! So who's blowing up who.....Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state? No of course not. This is not about Muslims or Jews, it's Nikski
  • Score: -1

5:46pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

(continued).....abou
t the killing of innocent people. There is nowhere they can escape to for goodness sake!
(continued).....abou t the killing of innocent people. There is nowhere they can escape to for goodness sake! Nikski
  • Score: 4

5:50pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.
Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say:
'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real?
The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you!
I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke.

" 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc"

Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part.

FYI

1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas.

2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill.

HTH
Everything you say is a joke stevo
People admit they cannot argue my points in a variety of ways.
In the same way it is not possible to polish a t*rd...
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.[/p][/quote]Hamas is NOT supported by all Palestinians but all Palestinians are being punished. You say: 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc....' Do we know that for a fact? It's not a generalisation then stevo? Are you for real? The reasons people support the Palestinians escape you; well I'd have to say the ability to apply a humanitarian perspective to this conflict, use any intelligent arguments or make an informed contribution to the debate would also appear to escape you![/p][/quote]I don't say things which aren't factually accurate unless I'm telling a joke. " 'Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel' and 'we know for a fact that those in the Muslim world view life cheaply etc" Those are factually accurate, and if you consider posting facts to support arguments isn't what debating is all about, then that explains why you fail to take part. FYI 1) Palestinians send hundreds of missiles into Israel without the knowledge and sanction of Hamas. 2) The very fact that those missiles are being sent shows that Palestinians don't care who they kill. HTH[/p][/quote]Everything you say is a joke stevo[/p][/quote]People admit they cannot argue my points in a variety of ways.[/p][/quote]In the same way it is not possible to polish a t*rd... Nikski
  • Score: 14

5:54pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
NathanAdler wrote:
NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question?

Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh?
Adler you pillock, 425 people killed by IsraelI forces in the latest offensive, most of them civilians and many of them little children! So who's blowing up who.....Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state? No of course not. This is not about Muslims or Jews, it's
He made a point.

".Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state?"

Yes.

The state of Israel has (just like all the other states) the legal right to defend itself against all aggressors.

And these 'civilians' you mentioned.......some of them will be those who are organising or even participating in the missile launches against Israel. You seem to think that just because they aren't in a state militia then they are innocent civilians - they aren't.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question? Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh?[/p][/quote]Adler you pillock, 425 people killed by IsraelI forces in the latest offensive, most of them civilians and many of them little children! So who's blowing up who.....Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state? No of course not. This is not about Muslims or Jews, it's[/p][/quote]He made a point. ".Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state?" Yes. The state of Israel has (just like all the other states) the legal right to defend itself against all aggressors. And these 'civilians' you mentioned.......some of them will be those who are organising or even participating in the missile launches against Israel. You seem to think that just because they aren't in a state militia then they are innocent civilians - they aren't. stevo!!
  • Score: -5

6:09pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
NathanAdler wrote:
NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question?

Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh?
Adler you pillock, 425 people killed by IsraelI forces in the latest offensive, most of them civilians and many of them little children! So who's blowing up who.....Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state? No of course not. This is not about Muslims or Jews, it's
He made a point.

".Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state?"

Yes.

The state of Israel has (just like all the other states) the legal right to defend itself against all aggressors.

And these 'civilians' you mentioned.......some of them will be those who are organising or even participating in the missile launches against Israel. You seem to think that just because they aren't in a state militia then they are innocent civilians - they aren't.
All those children aren't innocent civilians....what? They are terrorists then are they? You've reached a new low there
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]Not that I give two hoots about thumbs down, but perhaps you could actually answer my question? Lets hope your little children do not get blown up eh?[/p][/quote]Adler you pillock, 425 people killed by IsraelI forces in the latest offensive, most of them civilians and many of them little children! So who's blowing up who.....Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state? No of course not. This is not about Muslims or Jews, it's[/p][/quote]He made a point. ".Is it more legitimate because those doing the killing are dressed in military uniform with the sanction of the state?" Yes. The state of Israel has (just like all the other states) the legal right to defend itself against all aggressors. And these 'civilians' you mentioned.......some of them will be those who are organising or even participating in the missile launches against Israel. You seem to think that just because they aren't in a state militia then they are innocent civilians - they aren't.[/p][/quote]All those children aren't innocent civilians....what? They are terrorists then are they? You've reached a new low there Nikski
  • Score: 6

6:12pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

"All those children aren't innocent civilians....what? They are terrorists then are they? "

No-one claimed that the children aren't civilians, so try not to suggest that anyone did.

I note you had no response to the fact that some of those organising the missile attacks are being killed.
"All those children aren't innocent civilians....what? They are terrorists then are they? " No-one claimed that the children aren't civilians, so try not to suggest that anyone did. I note you had no response to the fact that some of those organising the missile attacks are being killed. stevo!!
  • Score: -9

6:16pm Sun 20 Jul 14

JHunty says...

NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
I know the answer, it's 3, Russia.
Since Stevo wants facts here some. It was the zionists who brought terrorism to the Middle East. Whilst this country was fighting those responsible for the holocaust the Zionist terror gangs had started their murderous campaigns to ethnically cleanse Palestine of its indigenous population. They then continued their terrorist campaigns against the British troops stationed there to keep the peace. Resulting in what until recently was one of the worlds worst terrorist atrocities the bombing of the King David hotel, an act carried out to destroy the evidence the British had gathered of the murder of Palestinian civilians. A terrorist act whose anniversary was celebrated nationally in Israel . Stevo you may support a country whose terrorist founding fathers murdered British troops but I don't and nor will I stop accusing Israel and her supporters of gross hypocrisy in denying their terrorist past whilst demanding that any act of resistance against their illegal occupation be branded an act of terrorism. Israel has attempted to criminalise a whole population and those with an axe to grind against Muslims who jump on that bandwagon to push their own anti Islamic agenda show themselves up clearly as fools.
[quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]I know the answer, it's 3, Russia. Since Stevo wants facts here some. It was the zionists who brought terrorism to the Middle East. Whilst this country was fighting those responsible for the holocaust the Zionist terror gangs had started their murderous campaigns to ethnically cleanse Palestine of its indigenous population. They then continued their terrorist campaigns against the British troops stationed there to keep the peace. Resulting in what until recently was one of the worlds worst terrorist atrocities the bombing of the King David hotel, an act carried out to destroy the evidence the British had gathered of the murder of Palestinian civilians. A terrorist act whose anniversary was celebrated nationally in Israel . Stevo you may support a country whose terrorist founding fathers murdered British troops but I don't and nor will I stop accusing Israel and her supporters of gross hypocrisy in denying their terrorist past whilst demanding that any act of resistance against their illegal occupation be branded an act of terrorism. Israel has attempted to criminalise a whole population and those with an axe to grind against Muslims who jump on that bandwagon to push their own anti Islamic agenda show themselves up clearly as fools. JHunty
  • Score: 8

6:19pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
in just the same way that your posts remind us ?
Feel free to quote a comment and show why you think it was stupid.

Merely claiming that it is only demonstrates your own prejudice against the writer.
You know what stevo; it's not necessary to quote your comments and show why we think they are stupid, they do that very well on their own.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]in just the same way that your posts remind us ?[/p][/quote]Feel free to quote a comment and show why you think it was stupid. Merely claiming that it is only demonstrates your own prejudice against the writer.[/p][/quote]You know what stevo; it's not necessary to quote your comments and show why we think they are stupid, they do that very well on their own. Nikski
  • Score: 8

6:22pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Tallywhacker says...

Just one thing to add......
http://www.torontosu
n.com/2014/07/15/mus
lim-double-standards
-abound


There will never be peace here. No chance no way, the hatred is too deeply ingrained.
Just one thing to add...... http://www.torontosu n.com/2014/07/15/mus lim-double-standards -abound There will never be peace here. No chance no way, the hatred is too deeply ingrained. Tallywhacker
  • Score: 2

6:26pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

JHunty wrote:
NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
I know the answer, it's 3, Russia.
Since Stevo wants facts here some. It was the zionists who brought terrorism to the Middle East. Whilst this country was fighting those responsible for the holocaust the Zionist terror gangs had started their murderous campaigns to ethnically cleanse Palestine of its indigenous population. They then continued their terrorist campaigns against the British troops stationed there to keep the peace. Resulting in what until recently was one of the worlds worst terrorist atrocities the bombing of the King David hotel, an act carried out to destroy the evidence the British had gathered of the murder of Palestinian civilians. A terrorist act whose anniversary was celebrated nationally in Israel . Stevo you may support a country whose terrorist founding fathers murdered British troops but I don't and nor will I stop accusing Israel and her supporters of gross hypocrisy in denying their terrorist past whilst demanding that any act of resistance against their illegal occupation be branded an act of terrorism. Israel has attempted to criminalise a whole population and those with an axe to grind against Muslims who jump on that bandwagon to push their own anti Islamic agenda show themselves up clearly as fools.
Have I at any point expressed delight at the methods used by those wishing to create the state of Israel?

Have I at any point indicated that I'm unaware of them?

No.

We're talking about a conflict which is currently occurring, and the reasons for it.

The state of Israel has a legal right to defend itself against aggressors.

Oh, and there has been terrorism in the Middle East ever since man moved there, so your comment was irrelevant.....like most of that post.
[quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]I know the answer, it's 3, Russia. Since Stevo wants facts here some. It was the zionists who brought terrorism to the Middle East. Whilst this country was fighting those responsible for the holocaust the Zionist terror gangs had started their murderous campaigns to ethnically cleanse Palestine of its indigenous population. They then continued their terrorist campaigns against the British troops stationed there to keep the peace. Resulting in what until recently was one of the worlds worst terrorist atrocities the bombing of the King David hotel, an act carried out to destroy the evidence the British had gathered of the murder of Palestinian civilians. A terrorist act whose anniversary was celebrated nationally in Israel . Stevo you may support a country whose terrorist founding fathers murdered British troops but I don't and nor will I stop accusing Israel and her supporters of gross hypocrisy in denying their terrorist past whilst demanding that any act of resistance against their illegal occupation be branded an act of terrorism. Israel has attempted to criminalise a whole population and those with an axe to grind against Muslims who jump on that bandwagon to push their own anti Islamic agenda show themselves up clearly as fools.[/p][/quote]Have I at any point expressed delight at the methods used by those wishing to create the state of Israel? Have I at any point indicated that I'm unaware of them? No. We're talking about a conflict which is currently occurring, and the reasons for it. The state of Israel has a legal right to defend itself against aggressors. Oh, and there has been terrorism in the Middle East ever since man moved there, so your comment was irrelevant.....like most of that post. stevo!!
  • Score: -6

6:27pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
in just the same way that your posts remind us ?
Feel free to quote a comment and show why you think it was stupid.

Merely claiming that it is only demonstrates your own prejudice against the writer.
You know what stevo; it's not necessary to quote your comments and show why we think they are stupid, they do that very well on their own.
See my comment about prejudice ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]in just the same way that your posts remind us ?[/p][/quote]Feel free to quote a comment and show why you think it was stupid. Merely claiming that it is only demonstrates your own prejudice against the writer.[/p][/quote]You know what stevo; it's not necessary to quote your comments and show why we think they are stupid, they do that very well on their own.[/p][/quote]See my comment about prejudice ;-) stevo!!
  • Score: -4

6:58pm Sun 20 Jul 14

gaay buoy says...

Whatever the argument for or against,why do we always have to have it here???
Whatever the argument for or against,why do we always have to have it here??? gaay buoy
  • Score: -2

7:23pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Dr Martin says...

NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
Since I am British I assume it would be more likely option 2, as we are Obama's little poodle, and the USA in turn give millions in military aid to Israel
[quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]Since I am British I assume it would be more likely option 2, as we are Obama's little poodle, and the USA in turn give millions in military aid to Israel Dr Martin
  • Score: 1

8:26pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Several news media have mentioned the brief truce enjoyed in Gaza today......


.....funny how none of them have attributed it to any marches being held in the UK.
Several news media have mentioned the brief truce enjoyed in Gaza today...... .....funny how none of them have attributed it to any marches being held in the UK. stevo!!
  • Score: -11

8:48pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Dr Martin says...

stevo!! wrote:
JHunty wrote:
NathanAdler wrote:
To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question.

Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight?

1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party

2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party

Answers on a postcard please!
I know the answer, it's 3, Russia.
Since Stevo wants facts here some. It was the zionists who brought terrorism to the Middle East. Whilst this country was fighting those responsible for the holocaust the Zionist terror gangs had started their murderous campaigns to ethnically cleanse Palestine of its indigenous population. They then continued their terrorist campaigns against the British troops stationed there to keep the peace. Resulting in what until recently was one of the worlds worst terrorist atrocities the bombing of the King David hotel, an act carried out to destroy the evidence the British had gathered of the murder of Palestinian civilians. A terrorist act whose anniversary was celebrated nationally in Israel . Stevo you may support a country whose terrorist founding fathers murdered British troops but I don't and nor will I stop accusing Israel and her supporters of gross hypocrisy in denying their terrorist past whilst demanding that any act of resistance against their illegal occupation be branded an act of terrorism. Israel has attempted to criminalise a whole population and those with an axe to grind against Muslims who jump on that bandwagon to push their own anti Islamic agenda show themselves up clearly as fools.
Have I at any point expressed delight at the methods used by those wishing to create the state of Israel?

Have I at any point indicated that I'm unaware of them?

No.

We're talking about a conflict which is currently occurring, and the reasons for it.

The state of Israel has a legal right to defend itself against aggressors.

Oh, and there has been terrorism in the Middle East ever since man moved there, so your comment was irrelevant.....like most of that post.
will only be happy when it has removed all the Arabs out of palestine
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: To all the Marxists out there, ask yourself this question. Who has the greatest chance of blowing up your family whilst on a day trip to London or taking a flight? 1. A Pro-Israel Jewish Extremist Party 2. An Anti-Israel, Muslim Extremist Party Answers on a postcard please![/p][/quote]I know the answer, it's 3, Russia. Since Stevo wants facts here some. It was the zionists who brought terrorism to the Middle East. Whilst this country was fighting those responsible for the holocaust the Zionist terror gangs had started their murderous campaigns to ethnically cleanse Palestine of its indigenous population. They then continued their terrorist campaigns against the British troops stationed there to keep the peace. Resulting in what until recently was one of the worlds worst terrorist atrocities the bombing of the King David hotel, an act carried out to destroy the evidence the British had gathered of the murder of Palestinian civilians. A terrorist act whose anniversary was celebrated nationally in Israel . Stevo you may support a country whose terrorist founding fathers murdered British troops but I don't and nor will I stop accusing Israel and her supporters of gross hypocrisy in denying their terrorist past whilst demanding that any act of resistance against their illegal occupation be branded an act of terrorism. Israel has attempted to criminalise a whole population and those with an axe to grind against Muslims who jump on that bandwagon to push their own anti Islamic agenda show themselves up clearly as fools.[/p][/quote]Have I at any point expressed delight at the methods used by those wishing to create the state of Israel? Have I at any point indicated that I'm unaware of them? No. We're talking about a conflict which is currently occurring, and the reasons for it. The state of Israel has a legal right to defend itself against aggressors. Oh, and there has been terrorism in the Middle East ever since man moved there, so your comment was irrelevant.....like most of that post.[/p][/quote]will only be happy when it has removed all the Arabs out of palestine Dr Martin
  • Score: 0

9:46pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Wide Bertha says...

never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....
never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience .... Wide Bertha
  • Score: 1

10:01pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Wide Bertha wrote:
never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....
What a stupid comment.

Think of it yourself?
[quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Think of it yourself? stevo!!
  • Score: -10

10:21pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Motorcyclist says...

stevo!! wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....
What a stupid comment.

Think of it yourself?
Stevo.... you sad little man. I pity you for your ignorance and narcissism.

You are the Walter Mitty of trolling. If your real life was not so mundane and pointless, you would be more happy in yourself.

Please find something interesting to do with your time. You can get the attention you crave without winding people up all the time. It is not entertaining for anyone.

Every day of life is precious, I hope you can find something more constructive to do that will make you, and those around you, feel happier in life.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Think of it yourself?[/p][/quote]Stevo.... you sad little man. I pity you for your ignorance and narcissism. You are the Walter Mitty of trolling. If your real life was not so mundane and pointless, you would be more happy in yourself. Please find something interesting to do with your time. You can get the attention you crave without winding people up all the time. It is not entertaining for anyone. Every day of life is precious, I hope you can find something more constructive to do that will make you, and those around you, feel happier in life. Motorcyclist
  • Score: 2

10:28pm Sun 20 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Motorcyclist wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....
What a stupid comment.

Think of it yourself?
Stevo.... you sad little man. I pity you for your ignorance and narcissism.

You are the Walter Mitty of trolling. If your real life was not so mundane and pointless, you would be more happy in yourself.

Please find something interesting to do with your time. You can get the attention you crave without winding people up all the time. It is not entertaining for anyone.

Every day of life is precious, I hope you can find something more constructive to do that will make you, and those around you, feel happier in life.
You can cram your fake 'pity'.

You have no idea how wonderful my life is or how it is lived. You see a fraction of it online, and spend time wondering how the rest of it goes. Isn't that beyond sad.....of you?

You post online to can attention, just like everyone else who posts, yet you pathetically distance yourself from your own actions.

People who don't like the points I make are working themselves up. No-one makes them read my posts, and no-one makes them type responses.

I have no problem with anyone wanting to read these forums for a little entertainment, because I started out doing that myself.

I'm now going back to the new series of Family Guy.

Toodles!
[quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Think of it yourself?[/p][/quote]Stevo.... you sad little man. I pity you for your ignorance and narcissism. You are the Walter Mitty of trolling. If your real life was not so mundane and pointless, you would be more happy in yourself. Please find something interesting to do with your time. You can get the attention you crave without winding people up all the time. It is not entertaining for anyone. Every day of life is precious, I hope you can find something more constructive to do that will make you, and those around you, feel happier in life.[/p][/quote]You can cram your fake 'pity'. You have no idea how wonderful my life is or how it is lived. You see a fraction of it online, and spend time wondering how the rest of it goes. Isn't that beyond sad.....of you? You post online to can attention, just like everyone else who posts, yet you pathetically distance yourself from your own actions. People who don't like the points I make are working themselves up. No-one makes them read my posts, and no-one makes them type responses. I have no problem with anyone wanting to read these forums for a little entertainment, because I started out doing that myself. I'm now going back to the new series of Family Guy. Toodles! stevo!!
  • Score: -4

10:51pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Motorcyclist says...

stevo!! wrote:
Motorcyclist wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....
What a stupid comment.

Think of it yourself?
Stevo.... you sad little man. I pity you for your ignorance and narcissism.

You are the Walter Mitty of trolling. If your real life was not so mundane and pointless, you would be more happy in yourself.

Please find something interesting to do with your time. You can get the attention you crave without winding people up all the time. It is not entertaining for anyone.

Every day of life is precious, I hope you can find something more constructive to do that will make you, and those around you, feel happier in life.
You can cram your fake 'pity'.

You have no idea how wonderful my life is or how it is lived. You see a fraction of it online, and spend time wondering how the rest of it goes. Isn't that beyond sad.....of you?

You post online to can attention, just like everyone else who posts, yet you pathetically distance yourself from your own actions.

People who don't like the points I make are working themselves up. No-one makes them read my posts, and no-one makes them type responses.

I have no problem with anyone wanting to read these forums for a little entertainment, because I started out doing that myself.

I'm now going back to the new series of Family Guy.

Toodles!
I think we all understand the emptiness of your life Stevo. Family Guy confirms this.

I have no interest in your bigotry, racism, ignorance or vanity.

You have realised that it is better to be noticed and criticised than it is to be ignored.

If we all just ignore you, maybe you will shut the feck up.

Sweet dreams.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: never argue with an idiot, they will only drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience ....[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Think of it yourself?[/p][/quote]Stevo.... you sad little man. I pity you for your ignorance and narcissism. You are the Walter Mitty of trolling. If your real life was not so mundane and pointless, you would be more happy in yourself. Please find something interesting to do with your time. You can get the attention you crave without winding people up all the time. It is not entertaining for anyone. Every day of life is precious, I hope you can find something more constructive to do that will make you, and those around you, feel happier in life.[/p][/quote]You can cram your fake 'pity'. You have no idea how wonderful my life is or how it is lived. You see a fraction of it online, and spend time wondering how the rest of it goes. Isn't that beyond sad.....of you? You post online to can attention, just like everyone else who posts, yet you pathetically distance yourself from your own actions. People who don't like the points I make are working themselves up. No-one makes them read my posts, and no-one makes them type responses. I have no problem with anyone wanting to read these forums for a little entertainment, because I started out doing that myself. I'm now going back to the new series of Family Guy. Toodles![/p][/quote]I think we all understand the emptiness of your life Stevo. Family Guy confirms this. I have no interest in your bigotry, racism, ignorance or vanity. You have realised that it is better to be noticed and criticised than it is to be ignored. If we all just ignore you, maybe you will shut the feck up. Sweet dreams. Motorcyclist
  • Score: 4

11:19pm Sun 20 Jul 14

brighton bluenose says...

stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko! brighton bluenose
  • Score: 2

11:49pm Sun 20 Jul 14

Motorcyclist says...

brighton bluenose wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko!
Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo.

Your attention will just encourage him.

Peace and love. :)
[quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko![/p][/quote]Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo. Your attention will just encourage him. Peace and love. :) Motorcyclist
  • Score: 4

1:10am Mon 21 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

brighton bluenose wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko!
Unable to argue against my points?

Poor you!
[quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko![/p][/quote]Unable to argue against my points? Poor you! stevo!!
  • Score: -5

11:12am Mon 21 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

"If we all just ignore you, maybe you will shut the feck up."

Who makes you read my posts?

Who makes you respond to them?

No-one......you simply cannot help yourself - I'm THAT important to you.
"If we all just ignore you, maybe you will shut the feck up." Who makes you read my posts? Who makes you respond to them? No-one......you simply cannot help yourself - I'm THAT important to you. stevo!!
  • Score: -5

9:27pm Mon 21 Jul 14

Dr Martin says...

Motorcyclist wrote:
brighton bluenose wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko!
Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo.

Your attention will just encourage him.

Peace and love. :)
Quite agree with your post, abusive posts is just what he is looking for, however I would encourage you all to keep replying he will give up when he gets bored
[quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko![/p][/quote]Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo. Your attention will just encourage him. Peace and love. :)[/p][/quote]Quite agree with your post, abusive posts is just what he is looking for, however I would encourage you all to keep replying he will give up when he gets bored Dr Martin
  • Score: 1

12:44am Tue 22 Jul 14

Motorcyclist says...

Dr Martin wrote:
Motorcyclist wrote:
brighton bluenose wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko!
Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo.

Your attention will just encourage him.

Peace and love. :)
Quite agree with your post, abusive posts is just what he is looking for, however I would encourage you all to keep replying he will give up when he gets bored
Will he get bored when he jacks off while feeling abused? I hope so. Friction burns might curtail his enthusiasm.

I don't mind being abusive to anyone who winds me up but Stevo thrives on the attention. I don't think we should give him any satisfaction.

I hope self-abuse is not his only hobby. Maybe he will get a job in a sausage factory.
[quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko![/p][/quote]Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo. Your attention will just encourage him. Peace and love. :)[/p][/quote]Quite agree with your post, abusive posts is just what he is looking for, however I would encourage you all to keep replying he will give up when he gets bored[/p][/quote]Will he get bored when he jacks off while feeling abused? I hope so. Friction burns might curtail his enthusiasm. I don't mind being abusive to anyone who winds me up but Stevo thrives on the attention. I don't think we should give him any satisfaction. I hope self-abuse is not his only hobby. Maybe he will get a job in a sausage factory. Motorcyclist
  • Score: 2

7:34am Tue 22 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Motorcyclist wrote:
Dr Martin wrote:
Motorcyclist wrote:
brighton bluenose wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
stevo!! says...

The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble.

They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival.

Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel.

We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack.

Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me.

Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?
" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. "

So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs?

" The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. "

That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves

Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists.

And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon.

The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.
STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko!
Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo.

Your attention will just encourage him.

Peace and love. :)
Quite agree with your post, abusive posts is just what he is looking for, however I would encourage you all to keep replying he will give up when he gets bored
Will he get bored when he jacks off while feeling abused? I hope so. Friction burns might curtail his enthusiasm.

I don't mind being abusive to anyone who winds me up but Stevo thrives on the attention. I don't think we should give him any satisfaction.

I hope self-abuse is not his only hobby. Maybe he will get a job in a sausage factory.
Wow....two references to your sexual fantasy about me.

You really should keep that quiet.
[quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: stevo!! says... The Palestinians are the ones causing the trouble. They elected Hamas to government. It is a proscribed terrorist organisation, and that fact is acknowledged by various Arab countries. It even conducted a violent campaign against Fatah, its political rival. Hamas has waged war against Israel, and occasionally, Israel responds. However, not every missile from Gaza is authorised by Hamas, which means that Palestinians in general are waging their own war against Israel. We know for a fact that those in the muslim world view life cheaply except when using deaths for political purposes. The placement of missile launchers in 'civilian' areas proves this, and Hamas deters 'civilians' from vacating areas that the Israelis have warned face attack. Quite why people in this country support the Palestinians escapes me. Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. Would you like to be told to get out of your house when you have nowhere else to go? Would you like to come home to find your house flattened and your wife and children dead? This is why many people will be demonstrating. Why should an understanding of this prove so elusive to you?[/p][/quote]" Rightly or wrongly British people like to think of themselves as advocates of 'fair play'. " So why no marches when Israelis die at the hands of Palestinians? Is that because they fear intimidation from those who support thugs? " The way that ordinary Palestinians are being treated is manifestly unfair and unjust. " That treatment comes from their elected leaders and from themselves Waging a daily war against Israel has created the situation that currently exists. And who is making the Palestinians leave Gaza? No-one. They are perfectly free to live their lives once this continuous war ends. It isn't going to any time soon. The protests will achieve nothing except to remind us that some Britons are stupid, bigoted and ignorant.[/p][/quote]STUPID, BIGOTED AND IGNORANT really just sums you up Thicko![/p][/quote]Appreciate your sentiments, but we should try not to be abusive to Stevo. Your attention will just encourage him. Peace and love. :)[/p][/quote]Quite agree with your post, abusive posts is just what he is looking for, however I would encourage you all to keep replying he will give up when he gets bored[/p][/quote]Will he get bored when he jacks off while feeling abused? I hope so. Friction burns might curtail his enthusiasm. I don't mind being abusive to anyone who winds me up but Stevo thrives on the attention. I don't think we should give him any satisfaction. I hope self-abuse is not his only hobby. Maybe he will get a job in a sausage factory.[/p][/quote]Wow....two references to your sexual fantasy about me. You really should keep that quiet. stevo!!
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6:05pm Wed 23 Jul 14

Dr Martin says...

@motorcyclist

Have a look at this it's from MIko Peled a son of an Israeli general

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=etXAm-Oyl
QQ
@motorcyclist Have a look at this it's from MIko Peled a son of an Israeli general http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=etXAm-Oyl QQ Dr Martin
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