12 February 2010


Here’s a little example of how Israel works. In fact, this is the little Hasbara game they play, it’s called the “Do as we say, not as we do Rule” or what I prefer to call “The Load of Bollox Rule” for obvious reasons. So let’s talk about “Free Speech” shall we? Hey, does everyone remember this:
The First Amendment was adopted on December 15, 1791. The Amendment states:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Stick with me I’m going somewhere with this. Now does everyone remember the UC Irvine incident from earlier this week? Where peaceful students stood up and exercised their right to free speech:
link Soon after Israeli ambassador to the United States Michael Oren began his speech Monday night at UC Irvine, the first student rose.“Michael Oren, propagating murder is not an expression of free speech,”

The remainder of his words were drowned out by an uproar of cheering and clapping from students sitting around him before he was led away by university police. It was the first of 10 interruptions throughout the speech, and by the end of the night, 11 UC Irvine and Riverside students were arrested and cited for disturbing a public event.They could face misdemeanor charges as well as university disciplinary hearings that could result in suspensions or dismissals, Lawhon said.
Ok, now that I’ve pointed out the First Amendment and refreshed everyone’s memory about the UC Irvine miscarriage of justice and farce, lets move on to the kicker.
link The Simon Wiesenthal Center is objecting to the appearance of Richard Goldstone at New York University. Goldstone is slated to deliver a keynote address at the university in late February, according to a news release from the center.

In a statement, the Los Angeles based-Wiesenthal Center urged the university president, John Sexton, not to grant Goldstone a platform.
So, Zionists make the argument that a pro Israeli speaker, representing a state accused of committing War Crimes, who is invited to speak at a University should have the right to free and unfettered speech. But.............. on the other hand, Zionists want to take that right away from other speakers who have also been invited to speak at Universities, simply because Israel does not like the message. There is a word for this so let's call this what it is folks, attempted censorship and undermining the American First Amendment.