Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Just where is "Palestine," anyways?

Michael Lumish


Apparently it is just south of Narnia and a wee-bit north of Whoville.

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  1. Was just thinking of this. Well, not that map exactly, but how those you mentioned who call the deplorable Cheetoh a Nazi feel about being hustled by "Palestine," i.e., the "nation" with the unoriginal name.

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    1. The funny thing is that the word "Philistine" literally means "invader."

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  2. Progressives are highly educated people that have a principled, informed opinion about I-P conflict.
    But how many can actually find it on the globe?
    You map raises a troubling question: did Zionists subjugate the little people of Lilliput? We need to raise awareness of that.

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    1. That's an excellent question, Jacob.

      But Israel is not on this map.

      I wonder why?

      ;O)

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    2. It only shows countries recognized by international law.

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  3. Is not Palestine the state "fake" news?

    Maybe that is why trying to find it is so difficult in reality.

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  4. What's odd about it is that it's one of the worlds few reverse-separatist movements. All over the world all over history separatist movements have attempted to break off from some other place to establish their own home. Sometimes it makes sense oftentimes it does not. But these 'palestinians' are in the mirror universe of that. They don't want to break off they want to absorb a whole other country. Like Anschluss or Lebensraum.

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    1. I think that we are close to the point where it becomes generally recognized - for the reasons that you point out - that the TSS is dead, dead, dead.

      The Palestinian-Arabs do want "Lebensraum," but they're not going to get it.

      The Jews of Israel will not give the heart of Judea and Samaria to Arab Neo-Nazis, no matter how much hatred that they spread toward Jews within international corridors.

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  5. But it does have a national anthem.

    http://garyfouse.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-palestinian-national-anthem-blood_2.html

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