Remember those poor starving Gazans? The ones with no food to eat and nothing in the shops? Like this shop below?
And remember those poor Gazans living in the world’s largest open-air
concentration holiday camp? Like the one below?
Well, never fear. Another flotilla is on its way to Gaza to save those unfortunate Gazans from their dreadful fate, caused by Israel’s naval blockade, meant to prevent terrorists from Gaza from getting their hands on weapons to use against Israel.
The Navy is preparing to intercept the latest Gaza-bound ship carrying European pro-Palestinian activists seeking to break the security naval blockade around the Strip.
Israel will not allow the vessel to reach Gaza, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Tuesday after the organizers of the “flotilla” issued a communiqué saying they received clearance in La Spezia, Italy, to set sail and will reach Gaza in some two weeks time.
“This is the same old, same old,” Ilana Stein said of the Estelle, which counts among its 16 passengers the radical Swedish anti-Israeli activist Dror Feiler.
In 2004 the Israeli-born Feiler, who has lived in Sweden for some 40 years, praised Palestinian suicide bombers.
He also took part in the 2010 Mavi Marmara flotilla.
The organizers know that they are not going to be allowed to reach Gaza, and are just trying to make noise, Stein said.
The Estelle, sailing under a Swedish flag, set sail in June and has stopped at numerous European ports trying to drum up support and publicity.
“I’m part of the steering committee. I’m still in Sweden but will be going to Italy. Leaving Italy on the ship, Estelle, will be 15 to 17 people. It sends a message of nonviolence,” said Mattias Gardell, a spokesperson for the group.
Excuse me while I chortle at the blatant self-delusion, not to say outright lies, in Gardell’s words, considering he sailed on the fatal and murderous Mavi Marmara:
Gardell was on board the Turkish Mavi Marmara ship, which also carried militant Islamist activists from the IHH movement.
“We’re strictly a non-violent initiative, people-to-people.
Sorry. Chortle break once again. See the end of this item for the number of non-violent rockets fired at Israel by Gardell’s peace-loving
Gardell described the security blockade on Gaza as a “form of collective punishment, which is a direct violation of international law.” [Er, no it isn't as the Palmer report said. -Ed.]
In July 2011, the UN Palmer Commission published a report on the IDF’s interception of the Turkish flotilla, and ruled that Israel’s security blockade on Gaza “is both legal and appropriate.”
Since 2001, Palestinian terror groups in Gaza have fired over 10,000 rockets at southern Israeli cities, towns and villages.
In a related issue, the Free Gaza organization, which plans and organizes these propagandistic flotillas, has been caught with its pants down over a series of tweets which display for all the world to see its outright antisemitism.
Blogger Avi Mayer was the first (I think) to report the story and has been following and updating, including saving cached images of the incriminating tweets after the Free Gaza organization deleted the tweets.
On Sunday, September 30, a disturbing tweet was posted by their official account
The tweet read, “Zionists operated the concentration camps and helped murder millions of innocent Jews,” and contained a link. The link led to this horrifying video:
Note: I won’t post the video or images themselves. Click on the links above if you wish to see them.
Here is part of the transcript of that revolting video, as transcribed by Avi Mayer:
- So the ‘Na’ of National Socialism joined with the Zionist Party, the World Zionist Party, in 1923, and ever after was known as the Nazis, N-A-Z-I. The ‘zi’ was for ‘Zionists. But of course no one knew that, because our popular mythology is that the terrible Nazis were attacking the Jews.” (00:38-01:36)
- “And of course Hitler, allying himself with the Zionists, he said, ‘after all, you’re right,’ he said, ‘we have the same goals.’ And so he allied with the Zionist Party and the mission of the Nazis was to force the anti-Zionist Jews to accept Zionism. And this is what the concentration camps were about.
There’s lots more of this sickening stuff in the post.
Avi Mayer goes on to document Free Gaza’s attempt to hide their incriminating tweet, his success in capturing it and how the story became publicised through other pro-Israel blogs.
Avi gives due credit to these blogs for exposing additional information about the antisemitic nature and Nazi obssession of this pseudo-humanitarian organization, especially to Israellycool for two posts, and to Adam Holland.
Read the very end of his blog for the final update of how Free Gaza’s Greta Berlin tried to deny posting this antisemitic propaganda, and how she claimed to have posted it “by accident”. The reactions of assorted pro-Israel bloggers are highly amusing.
However, let us not forget that however funny it is to see egg on the face of those anti-Semitic activists for their stupidity, their actions are far from funny, and in fact are deadly dangerous. They must be opposed at every opportunity.