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Intifada Milk: We Are Palestinians - We Deserve to Have A Home, We Deserve to Have Our Land, We Deserve to Have Our Freedom, and We Deserve to Have Cows


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Intifada Milk: We Are Palestinians - We Deserve to Have A Home, We Deserve to Have Our Land, We Deserve to Have Our Freedom, and We Deserve to Have Cows

Lest we forget, the indignities and absurdities of the Israeli occupation go on, as do Palestinians' often-ingenious non-violent resistance to it. Thus, The Wanted 18, a new film - mixing Claymation, interviews and talking cows - that recreates the Israeli pursuit of 18 cows bought by the residents of the West Bank's Beit Sahour during the First Intifada to resist Israeli milk hegemony and create their own dairy co-op. The cows are declared "a threat to the national security," and go underground. The director on civil disobedience and cows on the lam: "A nation that can't make fun of its own wounds will never be able to heal."


#2

Terrorist cows!
The US better send an extra billion dollars in military aid to Israel to fight this threat before our own cows get any radical ideas.


#3

Excellent!


#5

Beautiful!

The Bernie crowd can learn something about revolution from that!

Of course, what they mostly want is the idea, not the reality. The reality might interrupt their channel surfing.


#6

Don't worry, the billion has already been sent. And another, and another, and another. And many others. You nor I nor both of us together can count all the billions the US taxpayer gives Israel to continue their nazification over the Middle East. Fortunately, they are losing every way they turn. Just like the Drone maniacs in the US National Insecurity Con-artistry complex.


#7

security threat!!


#9

Yes ZT, Rock music could please even the most demanding follower of Freud. Pinocchio slips on a banana peel. A glittering gem ever stuns the onlooker.

That way tests the thesis that your theorem would unleash.


#11

Zionist Trolls really can't win with systemised reciprocal contingencies. Israel needs a more blue-sky approach to knowledge-based logistical projections.