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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Just saw a great movie about Northern Ireland called Hidden Agenda, a 1990 film starring Frances McDormand......although its about Ireland, MI-5, MI-6, it was the same story in South Africa and today's Israel (with Global partners), murder, election rigging, military pensions, fear and cowardice (sound familiar??)  Please watch when you have some time, it sums up the current situation quite nicely.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099768/

4 comments:

  1. Dr. Steve:

    Please view this comment as a word of encouragement. Your credentials and the communication of your experiences of your extraordinary years of service really helps clear the fog of war and the lies and deception that occurs in this world. For this layman, I find your blogs fascinating and informative! I look forward to reading your books.

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  2. not seen this film but i see its a ken loach film so it should be very good, the wind that shakes the barley is also one of his greats concerning ireland, i would love also for you and your readers to watch another ken loach film called kes,its not a political film at all but its regarded as one of the great british flims!

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  3. just read an interesting article on the global research website, its titled gaza and the politics of " greater israel" i think its worth a read

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  4. The diffence between South Africa and Israel is that the Palestinian Arabs are a normal group of people deserving of self-determination ON WHAT WAS THEIR LAND, whereas the indiginous Africans are brutal savages incapable of civilization or self-governance. What the Aparthide regime did to the indiginous negros was not only necessary, it was justified and warranted in every sense given who the targets of suppression were. The Jews in Palestine have no such similar rationale, although they would like to believe so. As someone with much experience with the Israeli leadership I can swear that they consider all Arabs as nothing more than "pigs" and "animals," as they constantly referred to them in my presence.

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