Thursday, August 06, 2009

Personally, I Think The Freemasons Did It.

Earlier Thursday, delegates voted unanimously in favor of a resolution that holds Israel fully responsible for the death of Yasser Arafat. The man behind the resolution was Nasser al-Qidweh, a senior Fatah official and nephew of Arafat, who also demanded a commission of inquiry into the case.

The spokesman, Amr, said that the case of Arafat's "mysterious" death would remain open until the Palestinians reveal the whole truth.

"We have been in contact with some countries that have information about his death," Amr said. "We are determined to find out everything about this case and we will announce the results in public."

- "Fatah Delegates Beaten For Allegedly Disrupting Talks."

I mean, really. Isn't it obvious? Just take one look at them:


Blogger vildechaye said...

Why don't you address the points in the article rather than go on your usual predictable and boring rant, upChuck. You know he's just gonna delete you, and he's right, if you persist on spewing your mantra with each post.

Oh and by the way, talk about arrogance, there's quite a lot you too could be talking about vis a vis the middle east without exclusively focusing on Israel's so-called crimes blah blah etc. etc. yawn.

2:44 PM  
Blogger vildechaye said...

As for those so-called "non-existant lefties", they exist all right, and you're apparently one of them. What other explanation can there be for your exclusive blinkered focus on Israel, which just happens to be the only majority population Jewish state in the world? I call that singling Jews out. What do you call it, upChuck?

2:47 PM  
Blogger Terry Glavin said...

He's banned here, Vildechaye. He knows it, too. Hence his deleted posts.



2:51 PM  
Blogger vildechaye said...

Cool, Terry. The guy is such an idiot, not to mention broken record, anyway.

3:01 PM  
Blogger Thermblog said...

Eric Margolis also expressed the view that Arafat had been poisoned by Israel. Mind you 6 years earlier (1998) he wrote: "Yasser Arafat suffers from advancing Parkinson’s disease. Like many other Arab leaders, he also has hypertension, digestive problems and nerve disorders." Margolis' conversion to the poison theory merely highlights his anti-Israelism. There's a lot of that about.

France was keen to show its love for Arafat and his French doctors even lied on the death certificate and wrote his place of birth as Jerusalem. Had there been suspicion of poison it seems they would have let this be known. I also think they were more qualified than the Fatah delegates in this regard.

The most likely reason for the uncertainty around Arafat's death is that it was due to AIDS and the French covered it up.

7:49 PM  
Blogger Terry Glavin said...

Eric Margolis is as dumb as a sack of hammers.

9:16 PM  

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