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Nakba 2011

Published May 16, 2011 by Michael C Leeson

Violence erupts on Israel’s borders (31/05/11)

Violence erupted on Israel’s borders with Syria, Lebanon and Gaza on Sunday, leaving at least eight dead and dozens wounded, as Palestinians marked what they term “the catastrophe” of Israel’s founding in 1948. (ABC News Aust)

Israel seemingly has become the paranoid bully of the region today being Nakba Day it has launched a violent attack on its neighbours. This in is in no way an isolated event but another episode in an active long-term political and military campaign by Israel to neutralise any perceived Palestinian and Arab threats to its sovereignty. My thesis in a post-WWII the world seeming racked by guilt because of its inaction over Nazi Germany’sFinal Solution’ the Allies  enabled the establishment of Israel. This has effectively seen the destruction of Palestine evident in the Nakba & other regular violent disputes between the Palestinian peoples and the State of Israel. Israel has the seeming universal backing of The West in its ongoing campaign to establish and maintain its legitimacy.

It is time for the world to take this bully to task and apply the wisdom of Solomon by dividing the land equally between the disputing parties.

I support the right of both these nations to exist as equals among other countries of the world

Reverse Racism and the US Surpreme Court

Published July 18, 2009 by Michael C Leeson


Ricci v. DeStefano

Reverse discrimination

The Supreme Court and Redefining Racism

Posted by Jos – July 17, 2009, at 10:04AM @Feministing

Reversing “Reverse” Racism or Something.

Posted by Samhita – June 30, 2009, at 01:44PM @Feministing

Should we question Alito’s motives in the Ricci case

by Adam Serwer on June 30, 2009 9:35 AM The American Prospect