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Israeli’s Right to Enforce its Borders must be Recognized

A Palestinian man was shot to death Friday at the Israeli border in Southern Gaza and ten other Palestinians were wounded by Israeli soldiers.  And what was the just cause for the shooting?  The Palestinians came too close to a border fence and the Israelis feared they might get out.  A part of the agreement for the cease fire was to reestablish free travel for the Palestinians in and out of the Gaza Strip, yet another empty promise it would seem.

Let’s take a closer look at this incident.  A group of Palestinians approached a border fence being manned by Israeli soldiers.  Apparently, the Israelis have dictated that the Palestinians not only cannot cross the fence, but may not come within 30 feet of it.  I guess this is standard operating procedure for a concentration camp.

Let’s look at the other side of the coin.  What if there were American soldiers down on the US Mexican border and they shot a Mexican who came too close to our border fence?  What would the reaction around the world be?  Hell, what would the reaction be within the United States?  Mexican 5th columnists would be rioting on our streets and no doubt murdering Americans for daring to defend our border.

I know what you are going to say.  The Israelis fear the Palestinians might do them harm if they escape the Gaza concentration camp and make their way into Israel.  To that I would say, Americans are murdered every day by foreign nationals out of Mexico, not to mention the destruction to our economy.

If someone here in the United States suggests putting up a security fence on our southern border with armed troops to enforce it, the notion is attacked as ludicrous to the point of barbarity.  I guess this is the difference between the people here in the nation of goyim and the chosen ones who have a right to protect the empire of Zion from those dirty interloping Palestinians who never existed.

It is ironic that the same so called Israeli-Americans controlling our government condemn us for wanting to control our borders at the same time they support the fences around the largest concentration camp on Planet Earth, known as the Gaza Strip.  And of course all the good Christian conservatives here in the US support the double standard in their zeal to please their Zionist masters.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

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4 Responses to Israeli’s Right to Enforce its Borders must be Recognized

  1. NC says:

    So true, my friend. So true.

  2. TranceAm says:

    “If someone here in the United States suggests putting up a security fence on our southern border with armed troops to enforce it, the notion is attacked as ludicrous to the point of barbarity. ”

    You miss out on the best part.. The Security fence would be IN Mexico, and so would the secure zone of 30 feet be.

    That is a nice strip of land, conquered by just drawing a line on someone else’s land and claim that you have the divine right to do so besides it being a matter of national security.

    And where exactly has iSrael defined that its borders are, because it seems, that their borders are exactly there where enough people and means are to neutralize their effort to steal unchallenged more land.

  3. BentSpear says:

    Moving fences around, on a monthly basis, to Annex (steal) land doesn’t mean it’s a border. Might be the thinking of Zioturds, but it don’t work well in my State. When you build your fence into feedlot, don’t feed & water the stock, they’ll tear the fence down to escape. That whole Zioturd mess in Gaza reminds me of the book “Animal Farm”.

  4. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    Good article, Henry. Great analogy.

    For anyone interested, there is a detailed record of the Zionist AshkeNAZI so-called ‘jews’ atrocities committed against the Palestinians over the decades in the book “The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine” by Ilan Pappe. It chronicles the events from the inception of Israhell up until the present (or close to).

    Excellent book. History as it actually happened, not as it was written.

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