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Fakebook Analytica, does anybody remember this blog: Psycho-Social Engineering, the Act Of Moderation, and Freedom of Speech. I warned the whole world three damn years ago. Solomon Asch, 1951, a psychological study called Social Pressure Conformity a.k.a How to create a majority, where one didn't exist.

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He wasn't heavy he was in Israel's way.

1947 - #Egypt #Iraq #Transjordan #Syria #Lebanon #SaudiArabia #Yemen #HolyWarArmyALA

1956 #Egypt

1967 #Egypt #Syria #Jordan #Iraq #USSR and the #Palestinianliberation

1971 #SouthLebonon #Jordon

1973 #GolanHeights #Syria #Egpt

1982 #LebononWar

1987 #WestBank #Gaza

2005 #PalestinianUpRising

2006 #LebononOnslaught

2008 #Gaza

2012 #GazaStrip

2014 #GazaGenocide. Is On going and it's 2018 March 17 reports are showing its raining bombs on all the children trapped in the West bank .. Tonight! Which proves without a doubt Israelis were Vultures in a previous life .

As of 2013, Israel had been condemned in 45 resolutions by United Nations Human Rights Council. Since its creation in 2006—the Council had resolved almost more resolutions condemning Israel than on the rest of the world combined.

Voltaire said : To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize. disturbing lack of historical perspective to the Clinton administration’s efforts during its first days in office to shield Israel from United Nations sanctions. Like former Secretary of State James Baker’s repeated assertion that both sides must want peace for it to occur, the Clinton-Rabin agreement ignores the sorry record of the 26 years since Israel’s conquest of the West Bank, Gaza, East Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights. During that period Israel has unequivocally demonstrated that it does not want peace in exchange for territory. Its insistence on expelling Palestinians who oppose the occupation and on establishing Jewish only settlements in the occupied territories are only the latest manifestations of its desire to retain them. Equally important in revealing its true policy is Israel’s successful record of resisting international laws and other peace initiatives over the years.

These include defeating such imaginative initiatives and tireless mediators as the U.N.’s Gunnar Jarring in the late 1960s, Secretary of State William Rogers’ major peace proposals of 1969, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s shuttle diplomacy of the mid-1970s, the lackadaisical journeys of Secretary of State George Shultz in the 1980s, and the intense Bush and Baker efforts of 1991 and 1992. The one success was Jimmy Carter’s Camp David process.

However, the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty was unique. It came at the expense of the Palestinians, which was by Israeli design, and in exchange for Sinai, to which Israel never laid claim. Moreover, Israel received in return for signing the peace treaty with Egypt commitments from the U. S. that have now reached a level of economic and military aid unsurpassed in our history.

The result is that Israel has managed to retain what it has wanted most: East Jerusalem and the West Bank. After so many diplomatic initiatives, it seems fair to conclude Israel does not want peace on any terms but its own.

An end to expulsions is only the latest demand of the international community on Israel, whose defiance goes back to its very beginnings. There remain on the books of the United Nations a collection of resolutions criticizing Israel unmatched by the record of any other nation.

These resolutions, which now number 66, contain the international community’s list of indictments against the Jewish state. The basic issues were all spelled out even before the 1967 Security Council resolution calling for a land-for-peace settlement.

Core Issues and Major Themes

The core issues, as contained in resolutions passed before 1967, remain the Palestinian refugee problem, the status of Jerusalem, and the location of Israel’s boundaries. These are the basic issues. They spring from 1948, not 1967.

The early U.N. resolutions call for Israel to repatriate or compensate the original 750,000 refugees of 1948-9 and to renounce Jerusalem as its capital and regard it as a corpus separatum, an international city dominated by neither Arab nor Israeli. (The U. S. position on Jerusalem is slightly different and, not surprisingly, closer to Israel’s. It says Jerusalem should not be a divided city and its final status should be decided by the parties.) Finally, the original U.N. partition of Palestine awarded Israel an area only about three-quarters of its current official size. Israel’s increase was gained at the expense of the Palestinians in the earlier conquests of 1948.

Other unreconciled issues from this earlier period include such sticky situations as a demilitarized zone that Israel had shared with Syria near the Sea of Galilee. Israel forcefully and unlawfully occupied this zone in the 1950sand 1960s, in defiance of its 1949 armistice with Syria. This deception predates Syria’s complaints about Israel’s occupation of the Golan Heights in 1967. The zone is now integrated into Israel’s economy and infrastructure. But Syria retains a legitimate claim to it as disputed territory to be decided only after negotiations.

Aside from the core issues—refugees, Jerusalem, borders—the major themes reflected in the U.N. resolutions against Israel over the years are its unlawful attacks on its neighbors; its violations of the human rights of the Palestinians, including deportations, demolitions of homes and other collective punishments; its confiscation of Palestinian land; its establishment of illegal settlements; and its refusal to abide by the U.N. Charter and the 1949 Fourth Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War.

A History of U.S. Vetoes

There is another major area, largely ignored, that at some point must be faced. It involves the serious distortion of the official Security Council record by the profligate use by the United States of its veto power. In 29 separate cases between 1972 and 1991, the United States has vetoed resolutions critical of Israel. Except for the U.S. veto, these resolutions would have passed and the total number of resolutions against Israel would now equal 95 instead of 66.

These resolutions would have broadened the record by affirming the right of Palestinian self-determination, by calling on Israel to abandon its repressive measures against the Palestinian intifada, by sending U.N. Observers into the occupied territories to monitor Israel’s behavior and, most serious, by imposing sanctions against Israel if it did not abide by the Council’s resolutions.

Such a list of resolutions passed and resolutions vetoed is unparalleled in United Nations history. The list in itself forms a stunning indictment of Israel’s unlawful and uncivilized actions over a period of 45 years and of America’s complicity in them.

Yet references to this damning record are totally absent from the vocabularies of American leaders as they go about saying they are seeking peace. If they are really serious about peace, then at some point they must act with the same firmness they displayed toward Iraq’s occupation of Kuwait. Had they approached Iraq with the same timorous tactics they are applying to Israel, Iraqi soldiers still would be in Kuwait.

The point is that aggressors have always answered the question of whether they want peace by their actions. If the United States really wants peace in the Middle East, it must insist that Israel abide by the judgment of the world community as expressed in resolutions by the United Nations. The U.S. can do this at any time simply by forsaking the use of the veto and joining the world consensus. Anything less makes a sham of the peace process, and is demeaning to leaders of a democratic country.
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#MarchMadness

The war in Iraq was not a blunder or a mistake. It was a diabolical crime .

“My opinion of Christian Zionists? They’re scum. But don’t tell them that. We need all the useful idiots we can get right now.” - Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel

1- Israel Owes #Iraq $1.5 Trillion For Stolen #Kirkuk Oil
2- "Iraq Must Stay Divided & Isolated" : Israeli Minister of Internal Security Shin Bet
3- #Al_Qaeda, #ISIS

"All property of other nations belongs to the Jewish nation, which consequently is entitled to seize upon it without any scruples."
- The Talmud

https://politicalvelcraft.org/2015/05/23/iraq-must-stay-divided-isolated-from-its-regional-environment-israeli-minister-of-internal-security-shin-bet-aka-isis/

3- "Every time we do something you tell me Americans will do this and will do that. I want to tell you something very clear, don’t worry about American pressure on Israel. We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know it."
- Ariel Sharon, Former Israeli Prime Minister Oct. 3, 2001

The Iraq War[nb 1] was a protracted armed conflict that began in 2003 with the invasion of Iraq by a United States-led coalition that has now moved into Syria. In 2016, the deputy prime minister at the time of the invasion, John Prescott, wrote: "In 2004, the UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said that as regime change was the prime aim of the Iraq War, it was illegal. With great sadness and anger, I now believe him to be right."


4 - "We must realize that our party's most powerful weapon is racial tensions. By propounding into the consciousness of the dark races that for centuries they have been oppressed by whites, we can mold them to the program of the Communist Party. In America we will aim for subtle victory. While inflaming the Negro minority against the whites, we will endeavor to instill in the whites a guilt complex for their exploitation of the Negros. We will aid the Negroes to rise in prominence in every walk of life, in the professions and in the world of sports and entertainment. With this prestige, the Negro will be able to intermarry with the whites and begin a process which will deliver America to our cause."
- Israel Cohen

Sarcasm : So all we need is to apply a little more Facebook suasion and the technologists of today and tomorrow will rescue us from the censoring consequences of Israel's actions with the technologists of yesterdays. For somehow, someway, North America's killing spree has suddenly developed a moral humbling foresight and has grown its compassion for people and the planet?

Social Media is just a blurred FaceBook algorithm between censorship and state corporate dictatorship .
- Utah Michaels
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MERICA, Land of the free, home of the brave

Like sands through the hourglass, these are the days of scripted America, the screenplay written by the guild of bias media. The theatrical grandstanding of reporters, commentators, hacks and stringers. The indulgence of storylines and plot twists, hoping to generate the mass hysteria that captures a nation's attention.Over dramatic speculation of those with questionable intentions,distracting you from a dream turned nightmare, with no plausible solution to the precipice you all now face. No clear policy or direction, just a perpetual display of corruption, in a world rapidly becoming a hunger game of thrones. Posturing for views and clicks hoping to be the next big thing, and to land a payday or their fifteen minutes of fame. A multi-billion dollar a year industry, and the best story wins, key word being story, or opinion, not a fact , but rather what they want the facts to be.

A rapid descent into absolute media madness, with cognitive dissonance, the driving force of a delusional pursuit of building a better world. A bombardment of information, with media empires rising and falling, tripping over each other, to get the finish line first. Attacks and damage control, the relentless spinning of truths and alternative opinion, and perception. How does one even begin to decipher a conclusion with no one side being correct, but confused and disoriented with no clear direction, rather justify their position with accusations, and speculation, hoping it will become a fact.

Cognitive confusion, what the eyes see and the ears hear the mind believes, however, what's being presented as fact is nothing more than the speculation of hacks to discredit the opposition, not the policy, but the person. A confused nation with no direction, in an interactive world where anyone can discredit the media, with alternative facts. Observed by followers and accepted as fact, because the presenter projects the idea of information authority, with the outlandish expensive and convincing presentations, and spectacular headlines.

The very definition of proof is "Proof (truth), argument or sufficient evidence for the truth of a proposition", which is exactly what the media intends to do, the more exuberant and indulgent the presentation the more hysteria it creates. Attaching emotions to the presentation of facts stimulates your cognitive bias, further embedding the story being presented as fact. Both sides struggling to achieve the greatest level of social pressure conformity, not realizing that every attempted hack at the president, is also an attack on everybody who voted for that president. No different than every hack at the opposition is viewed the same way, further igniting both sides and triggering their hereditary bias of beliefs, morals and ethics, making them angry with accusation.

Once the greatest country on earth, now a divided nation with no definitive direction, a land of confusion. After decades of perpetual economic growth and prosperity the debt accumulated to achieve it, has become an overwhelming burden on the future. No longer able to sustain the American Dream, as a presentable idea for the future, the country has lost its sense of self, as the direction they've become accustomed to, the idea of what America represents to the world, is now an unsustainable question, with no viable solution. There's nothing left to build, nothing left to discover, it's becoming harder and harder to make anything better than what it already is. Capitalism is driven by new ideas, and new directions, however you're now in a world without a map, and any direction will lead you to the same destination.
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Self harm is underrated and more common than society admits . - Michael Dallaire
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