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In case you missed the news, Israel is responsible for the world food shortage.

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Submitted by DrRJP (United States), May 26, 2008 at 14:28

Appearing all over the media last week:

Videos of Palestinians starving, making cakes from dirt, rioting, killing for food.

Are we watching the now-infamous, humanitarian crisis in Gaza caused by Israel?

Uh...NO.

It's video from Egypt where, like most of the rest of the world, poor people are suffering from a world-wide food shortages,

Yet, didn't the MSM show the same kind of footage (contrived, of course) out of Gaza the week before, and disingenuously play stooge for Hamas and blame Israel?

HOWEVER, in spite of a worldwide famine, Gazans are eating far better than any of their brothers and sisters in the Middle East, thanks to Israel's generosity.

The fact that Gazans have had a higher standard of living under Israel's control in the 40 years prior to 1967 and for almost forty years afterwards, and it was after Israel totally withdrew from Gaza that their economy started to tank, thanks to Hamas' totalitarianism.

MSM = "Useless Idiots"

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