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    • Uncommon American
    • 09.04.12 | 20:10 (IDT)

    If there was really any justice, terrorists like Lieberman would be banished from setting foot in every single civilized nation on Earth, as well as Lieberman being jailed for life for being a terrorist. If there was really any justice, the terrorist settler enterprise would be dismantled, and the settlers sent back to Russian or New York, or wherever they came from. If there was really any justice, people who are guilty of treason, such as the entirety of AIPAC, would be executed to send a message that you do not place the interests of the most bellicose and intransigent nation on the planet above those of the United States of America. And if there was really any justice, Israel would be dragged before the Hague on the following charges (but certainly not limited to these charges): theft, murder, crimes against Humanity, warcrimes, and terrorism. There would be no Israel apologism in the UN, no weapons and billions sent to Israel every year, and a blind eye turned to blatant Israeli violations of the Geneva Conventions, and outright hypocrisy in regards to WMDS when Israel has an offensive NCBR weapons program.

    from the article: Germany official: Israel’s reaction to Grass' criticism 'exaggerated'
    First published 16:42 09.04.12 | Last updated 16:42 09.04.12
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