June 2010

FLOTILLA assault

Love your program but I think that it is interesting that while your guest and you agree that the facts are not known yet

you both accept the "fact" that Israeli soldiers carrying high powered US weapons were attacked by Peace Makers

with tools. If we don't know the facts -- how are you certain that these are facts?

I think we must wait until the people on the ship who were witnessing this give their eyewitness accounts. The Israeli propaganda machine is not necessarily a good source of information.

Israel is NOT a democracy...

Thom, Israel is NOT a democracy, Please do a little research. Here are just three articles that might get you started:

A better retort to Brian Fisher

I think Thom should have handled Mr Fisher by asking how he made his living. When he said he paid taxes, well so do illegal aliens. Now I would have asked him how he paid for his lights, water, garbage, insurance, his own health insurance, his own car insurance, etc.. If his answer is from the money he receives from his parishioners, then he has a business, just like Thom, politicians, lawyers, and the rest of us who take money from people to promote our businesses, making a living.

TV Clips on the Gaza Flotilla: Activists On Board Chant Songs of Martyrdom at Departure

I wonder about the "peaceful Gaza Flotilla when they prepare in this way =

It sounds like they want to instigate violence to achive martyrdom !!

http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/4249.htm

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