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Intensifying 'Genocidal Policies of Collective Punishment,' Israel Shuts Down Gaza's Main Cargo Crossing


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Intensifying 'Genocidal Policies of Collective Punishment,' Israel Shuts Down Gaza's Main Cargo Crossing

Jessica Corbett, staff writer

In a move condemned by human rights advocates as another of the Israeli government's "genocidal policies of collective punishment" in Gaza, Israel has announced stringent new import rules for the territory's main cargo crossing.


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The Zionists continue to imitate the Hitlerian model of concentrating the target group in a walled-off ghetto and starving it.
And the American government is the main sponsor and defender of these genocidal monsters, giving billions of dollars worth of our taxpayer money to Israel every year, while our own citizens lack adequate health care, a safe, clean environment, good schools, etc.


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Let it never be forgotten that Hitler took as his model the US’s forcing of indigenes onto “reservations.”


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Meanwhile back at the world football cup.
Whilst the sheeple are “otherwise occupied” with trivialities demonic deeds are perpertrated.


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It’s time to reignite outside resistance like the WW 2 MARSHALL PLAN! Food dropped from drones !
Flowers dropped from drones!
Messages of love dropped with drones.!!!

There are some n cheap ice drones. In America for $50 you can get a little drone…maybe people can drop love and food with a gazillion drones. Israel can’t blow up all of them. Meanwhile send a scary looking non lethal something over Tel Aviv to distract the awful Nazi Israelis ------ maybe Izzy Nazis sounds better?


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Lovely idea. Logistics are the only drawbacks.


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“Meanwhile send a scary looking non lethal something over Tel Aviv to distract the awful Nazi Israelis”

Oh, I know just the thing!

Not sure about ‘non-lethal’ though…


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The article left out WHY the restrictions went into effect, so here is the explanation from the New York Times:

“The immediate goal of the restrictions is to prod Hamas to abandon what has been an ingenious and, for Israel, exasperating tactic. Since April, Gaza militants have been turning kites and balloons into improvised firebombs, burning hundreds of acres of Israeli farmland and forcing firefighting crews from all over the country to race from fire to fire dowsing flames before they can spread.”