Sunday, July 18, 2010

Is Gaza a Stinking Rat's Nest?

It is. But it's not as poverty stricken as the propaganda suggests.

Another Sorelian myth blasted.

Jewish Chronicle: "Palestinian territories beat Egypt in well-being", by Jennifer Lipman

The United Nations has published a report showing that the Palestinian territories have higher standards of development and well-being than the surrounding countries of Egypt, Yemen and Pakistan. The Palestinian territories appear at number 110 out of 182 countries on the list. Compiled by the UN Development Programme (UNDP), the annual report ranks countries on education, life expectancy and living standard. (...) >>>

See also Walid Shoebat's vlog "Gaza, not as poor as the propaganda suggests"

But all that doesn't keep the EU High Representative, former crypto commie Lady Ashton, currently 'touring' Gaza, from paying the salaries of Hamas civil servants, and calling for open borders with the terror eparchy.

On top of already allocated funds, Ashton promised another EUR 40 million of tax payers' money to the Palestinian Authority (whoever that may be).

There's also talk of the UN taking over the patrol and security of the border crossing. If they do as good a job, as they do in southern Lebanon, brace for impact.


The Israeli journalist residing in Berlin, Daniel Dagan is drawing attention to the fact that the Gadaffi (r)aid ship docked and unloaded in the Egyptian port of Al Arish, disclosing the fact that Gaza can be reached from a country other than Israel. To pressure Israel to lift the blockade is another example of the staggering hypocrisy involved. While it would be very convenient to provide Iran's proxy, Hamas with a port at Europe's doorstep, the short term goal of the exercise is to delegitimate the state of Israel -

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- Tom Gross Mideast Media Analysis: "A nice new shopping mall opened today in Gaza: Will the media report on it?"
- Jews for Sarah: "What ‘Humanitarian Crisis?’ – New mall opens in Gaza, brimming with food, furnishings and ‘Zionist clothing'" (Kudos to HuffPost for having enough integrity to publish THIS)


- "Middle East Project"
- "The Propflot Tactic"


James Higham said...

There's a huge amount of myth because the stakes are high.

James Higham said...

You might mention Stephan Kock and Astra while we're there.

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