The fact that Israel:
- has a Ministry of Propaganda (with a minister and everything) which includes 100,000 social media accounts and many bloggers [+]
- pays students to circulate pro-Israel propaganda online [+]
should tell you all you need to know about pro-Israeli pro-Zionist information that you read on this website.
Hey so, remember that UN school that all the displaced Gazans fled to for shelter?
Dozens dead so far, nobody is sure just how many.
What are you going to say now? That the bloody UNRWA was firing rockets at Israel?
”We want you flee from one site we’re going to bomb, to another.”
And before the Ziotrolls come out of the woodworks, the UNRWA representative confirmed that they received no pre-warning from Israel about the bombing.
Not like that is much of a defense anyway. I’m sure they’ll find a way to justify this.
Tumblr alone is not revolutionary. What you do with the information is. We need more people to take the information shown on here seriously. You can’t understand the reality of the situation by passingly reading a few posts about it. You have to take a topic and seriously engage in study of it. We talk about many issues on here, but how effectively can we debate them in person?
Have you attempted yet to educate the people in your communities? The people need the truth more than ever, and it would be selfish for us to know so much and to understand so well while at the same time not sharing this information with anyone in our communities and keeping it to ourselves.
We need unity and struggle, but too many people haven’t even reached unity yet. You’re not united with the people if you’re not involved in organization or mobilization of the masses. We can’t call ourselves revolutionaries when we haven’t moved yet towards engaging with our communities. It’s good to learn on here and to radicalize your mind, but to reach a higher stage of consciousness theory must become action.
There is a war that makes us adore our conquerors and despise ourselves.
In the first half of 2014, civilian casualties in Afghanistan have risen by 24 percent, according to a mid-year report by UNAMA. From January 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014, around 4,853 civilians have been killed, mostly by ground combat and crossfire. The alarming rate of civilian casualties have affected women and children especially. Child victims of war have increased by 34 percent and women fatalities have increased by 24 percent. But this war is protecting the Afghan people, right?
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un.
What Americans don’t seem to comprehend is that if the government can arbitrarily take away your property, without your having much say about it, you have no true rights. You’re nothing more than a serf or a slave.
In this way, the police state with all of its trappings—from surveillance cameras, militarized police, SWAT team raids, truancy and zero tolerance policies, asset forfeiture laws, privatized prisons and red light cameras to Sting Ray guns, fusion centers, drones, black boxes, hollow-point bullets, detention centers, speed traps and abundance of laws criminalizing otherwise legitimate conduct—is little more than a front for a high-dollar covert operation aimed at laundering as much money as possible through government agencies and into the bank accounts of corporations.
The rationalizations for the American police state are many. There’s the so-called threat of terrorism, the ongoing Drug War, the influx of [undocumented] immigrants, the threat of civil unrest in the face of economic collapse, etc. However, these rationalizations are merely excuses for the growth of a government behemoth, one which works hand in hand with corporations to profit from a society kept under lockdown and in fear at all times.