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  • Adel
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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #60 on: June 10, 2021, 10:53:42 am »
my point is the there is a special kind of person who will say the UN is useless now, but would lose it if the UN ever had the power or coordination to be useful

My point is to question why one should be so concerned with the machinations of the lunatic fringe.  :rolleyes:


  • tylerthegloob
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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #61 on: June 10, 2021, 11:18:18 am »
Hangook77?
well he holds the first view, idk if he holds the second

and @adel i'm not sure that opinion is as fringe as you think. and even if it is, i don't think ignoring all non-mainstream viewpoints is the best strat
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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #62 on: June 10, 2021, 11:40:31 am »
my point is the there is a special kind of person who will say the UN is useless now, but would lose it if the UN ever had the power or coordination to be useful

You want the UN to have total control over your nation?  Your Constitution, your voting rights, your national legislation to count for nothing?  Some global elite unelected bureacrats having total control and power over your life?  Afghanistan, China, etc actually run their Human Rights Committee.  Makes no sense to me.  At any rate, the UN does nothing and probably should do nothing as they are a corrupt entity.  But they do seem to be able to pass anti Jewish resolution after anti Jewish resolution when they can pass no others and agree on nothing else. 


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #63 on: June 10, 2021, 01:00:29 pm »
You want the UN to have total control over your nation? 
There's a big stretch of territory between "useless" and "total control".
I personally would like the UN to have the resources and the power to enforce the laws and regulations that the countries of the world collectively agree on.

(A) At any rate, the UN does nothing .... 
(B) But they do seem to be able to pass anti Jewish resolution after anti Jewish resolution... 
Make up your mind!


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #64 on: June 10, 2021, 01:14:06 pm »
There's a big stretch of territory between "useless" and "total control".
I personally would like the UN to have the resources and the power to enforce the laws and regulations that the countries of the world collectively agree on.
Make up your mind!

I haven't seen the Un collectively agree on anything ever.  About the resolutions that ever pass are either quasi Marxist or Communist or condemn Israel but never condemn any other tragedies.   

On the other hand UN bureaucrats with their own agendas do seem fit to pressure countries to throw their culture and traditions out the window when they should mind their own business.
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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #65 on: June 10, 2021, 01:24:47 pm »
I haven't seen the Un collectively agree on anything ever.  About the resolutions that ever pass are either quasi Marxist or Communist or condemn Israel but never condemn any other tragedies.

United_Nations_Security_Council_resolutions_concerning_terrorism

[edit: how did this website **** that link so badly]
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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #66 on: June 10, 2021, 01:30:42 pm »
Ooooh.  I'm sure the terrorists quaked and shaked in their boots.  They immediately stopped what they were doing. 


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #67 on: June 10, 2021, 01:32:42 pm »
The UN will send a letter and then another letter.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIPSvIz9NDs


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #68 on: June 10, 2021, 01:39:24 pm »
This guy’s story is amazing. He was going to join a terrorist organization, but then changed his mind after reading the book ‘The Case for Israel’ by Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz. He then flew to Israel and discovered it’s a good, inclusive place.
___________________ ___________________ ________

Born to Hate Jews

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCQEmeGfFmY

How do devout Muslims born in the West feel about Jews? How do they feel about Western values in general? Kasim Hafeez, who was raised a devout Muslim in England, explains.


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #69 on: June 10, 2021, 01:57:37 pm »
This guy’s story is amazing. He was going to join a terrorist organization, but then changed his mind after reading the book ‘The Case for Israel’ by Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz. He then flew to Israel and discovered it’s a good, inclusive place.
___________________ ___________________ ________

Born to Hate Jews

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCQEmeGfFmY

How do devout Muslims born in the West feel about Jews? How do they feel about Western values in general? Kasim Hafeez, who was raised a devout Muslim in England, explains.


There is no logical reason to hate Jews.  Just because they are a tiny group who have had the uneviable task of banding together to protect their identity and their faith.  Resentment and jealousy turns to hate and contempt.  A real shame.  It's no wonder why they finally decided to return to their historical homeland.  (Even though many lived there continually throughout the centuries.  The occupiers took over their land and they finally got a small sliver of it back.)


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #70 on: June 10, 2021, 02:45:08 pm »
I haven't seen the Un collectively agree on anything ever.  About the resolutions that ever pass are either quasi Marxist or Communist or condemn Israel but never condemn any other tragedies.   

                 

United_Nations_Security_Council_resolutions_concerning_terrorism

                 



                 

Ooooh.  I'm sure the terrorists quaked and shaked in their boots.  They immediately stopped what they were doing. 

                :laugh:


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #71 on: June 11, 2021, 08:12:36 am »
Netanyahu, that criminal war-mongering despot is gone. Hopefully for good.

Any one of these absurdities could have (did) come straight outta Trump's mouth.

Jeffrey Heller
Sun., June 6, 2021, 11:01 p.m.
By Jeffrey Heller

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday a newly formed Israeli coalition that is poised to unseat him was the result of "the greatest election fraud" in the history of democracy.

Hours after Netanyahu's comments, Naftali Bennett, a nationalist set to replace him as prime minister, called on Israel's longest-serving leader not to leave "scorched earth" behind and accept that "people are allowed to establish a government - even if you don't head it".

Netanyahu made his sweeping accusation at a time when Israel's domestic security chief has warned publicly about the prospect of political violence.

"We are witnessing the greatest election fraud in the history of the country, in my opinion in the history of any democracy," Netanyahu said in comments to legislators from his right-wing Likud party.

He focused his allegations on a broken campaign promise from Bennett, who had pledged not to partner with left-wing, centrist and Arab parties.

On Wednesday, Bennett announced with opposition leader Yair Lapid that they had formed a governing coalition with factions from across the political spectrum following an inconclusive March 23 election, Israel's fourth in two years.

Under a rotation deal, Bennett will serve first as prime minister, followed by Lapid.

No date has been set for a vote in parliament to approve the new government.

In a televised speech, Bennett called on Yariv Levin, parliament's speaker and a Netanyahu loyalist, not to try to buy time to encourage members of the new coalition to defect, and said he should hold the vote on Wednesday. There was no immediate comment from Levin.

"Let go. Let the country move forward," Bennett said, addressing his remarks to Netanyahu, who has been in office since 2009. "Mr Netanyahu, don't leave scorched earth behind you. All of us, the entire nation, want to remember the good you did during your service."

Netanyahu's tenure has been clouded by a corruption trial, in which he has denied any wrongdoing, but he has won praise at home and abroad for Israel's quick rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations.

"FRAUD AND SURRENDER"

The prospective new government caps political jockeying since the election. People angry at the planned alliance have held protests outside the homes of opposition politicians, whose security has been beefed up after threats on social media.

"We, my friends and I in Likud, we will vehemently oppose the establishment of this dangerous government of fraud and surrender," Netanyahu said. "And if, God forbid, it is established, we will bring it down very quickly."

In a rare public warning, the head of the Shin Bet internal security agency said on Saturday that increasingly extreme online discourse could lead to violence.

While condemning violence and incitement, Netanyahu, 71, repeated his designation of the Lapid-Bennett coalition as a leftist alliance that would put Israel at risk.

He said the diverse partnership would be unable to stand up to Washington over Iran's nuclear programme or confront Gaza's Hamas militant group that fought with Israel for 11 days last month before a fragile ceasefire went into effect.

Bennett, who heads the far-right Yamina party and advocates annexation of parts of the occupied West Bank, said Netanyahu's description of the coalition as being "extreme-leftist" was "another lie".

Naftali Bennett, a far right leader who joins a coalition with leftists.  How that makes sense is beyond me.  He obviously has no principals or deep convictions or beliefs.  That will come back to haunt him as he will have to implement mostly leftist policies.  His own supporters will abandon him.  That would be like Mike Pompeo abandoning Trump, taking over as President and getting support from Nancy Pelosi and AOC in an unholy coalition.  To keep his power he would mostly have to appease this large mostly left wing coalition.  The fact that a lust for power will make you abandon things you claim to believe in for years, well to each their own.  But his own core supporters will abandon him and Netanyahu will probably be back in a short period. 


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Re: Benjamin Trump
« Reply #72 on: June 11, 2021, 09:20:15 am »
It's a "let's wait and see" thing vs. a "we know what you did" thing.

Netanyahu is a criminal. So is his wife. The new folks in power...let's wait and see.

Also, politics makes for strange bedfellows. Don't know who said that, but it is accurate.