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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 09.12.11 | 17:48 (IST)

    that's what it is. Israel is an ethnocracy. Its ruling elites see "democracy" as a gentile perversion. They can pimp the Holocaust and use it to full effect in intimidating the Europeans. They charge everyone and their mother with anti-semitism in hopes that it will make them cower and shut their mouths from any criticism of their crimes. The eyes of the world are open and Israel stands exposed. Its propgganda which it cranked out with some success for decades is now known for its tatters rather than a seamless garment. And what the future portends for Israel is not good. Israel has chosen even glorified its isolation as a badge of honour. Afterall, they allege, the goyim will always hates us so lets do what we want to do and screw them. But history is aganst them for they will not manage their survival as they remain a bone sticking in the throat of a ho

    from the article: Israel’s farewell to the West
    First published 16:40 09.12.11 | Last updated 16:40 09.12.11
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