Sunday, October 14, 2012

Com-PLETE-ly objective jourrrrnalism about Jews

Finnish Foreign Ministry spokesman Risto Piipponen said on Saturday that the Israeli regime said it would “take action to stop the ship from reaching land if it tries to break the blockade.” 

“We pointed out that it is a civilian vessel and urged them to practice restraint in any action they take,” Piipponen added. 

The vessel, Estelle, which is transporting a group of activists and a cargo of humanitarian aid for the Palestinians, left the Italian port city of Naples on October 6 and is expected to reach Gaza next week. 

On May 31, 2010, Israeli forces attacked the Gaza-bound humanitarian Freedom Flotilla in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea, killing nine Turkish nationals aboard Turkey’s Mavi Marmara and injuring about 50 other activists who were part of the six-ship convoy.
Yes, well ... these idiot-activists peeps are slow learners. I love how they're always trying to bring "humanitarian aid" to the poor, POOR, oh-so-downtrodden, "Palestinians."  

Ever ask yourself, "Why do these people need constant humanitarian aid?  What is their problem?  Seriously."

Oh wait, this could be it ... the honorable jourrrrnalist gives us a clue in the following paragraph.

The Israeli regime denies about 1.7 million people in Gaza their basic rights, such as freedom of movement, jobs that pay proper wages, and adequate healthcare and education. More here:

Grrrrrrr, it's the JUICE ... AGAIN.  This is all THEIR fault.   I hate the juice, don't you?  And I thank this honest and forthright reporter for giving me all the facts I need to know to make my informed decision.

Now I finally understand why the poor, downtrodden, Palestinians spend all their free time firing rockets into Israel and learning how to make suicide bomber vests.  But sometimes they have to take a break from that and receive humanitarian aid.

Perhaps next time I will explain why the honest and objective jourrrrrnalists call the juice "illegal settlers" and why they're always using the term "occupied west bank" etc.

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