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    • Natallie Durson
    • 19.06.10 | 01:25 (IDT)

    Israel is illegitimate. The date of Israel illegitimacy can be debated. Some might say that 1948 was the beginning. 1978 (circa) would get a lot of votes. This is when the settler enterprise really got started. Three are lots and lots of clues to Israels illegitimacy. Taking peoples homes and calling those who resist "terrorists" is not really a legitimate thing. Killing people and then blaming the dead for their own deaths is a common strategy of Israel. It was been greatly overworked and it is not a tool of a legitimate nation. A policy of using fake passports of friendly nations in order to operate international hit squads is not really a legitimate thing. Operating NGO's in America to siphon money from the pockets of the American taxpayer should be illegitimate. Nobody does it better than Israel. I can go on and on, but I am sure that you have heard it all before and already know the drill. Just please stop whining about anyone else but Israel trying to "delegitimize" Israel.

    from the article: Delegitimization delegation
    First published 11:43 18.06.10 | Last updated 11:43 18.06.10
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