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Ianus: The crimes are not menial but amongst the worst ever commited and continueing.

Reader comment on item: [Breivik and] Norway's Terrorism in Context
in response to reader comment: Collective guilt

Submitted by IamJoseph (Australia), Aug 3, 2011 at 18:00

1. Britain's corruption of the Balfour, which carved off 80% of a tiny, baren land when the Jews were totally helpless after W.W.II, and calling it a 2-state compromise [sic]. FYI, Australia kept silent of this crime, even supporting this genocide act.

2. Britian's White Paper, which barred Jews feeing W.W.II to the 20% left over: shiploads of fleeing Jews were sent back to the death camps - a genocide act.

3. Re-transfering the name Palestinean from Jews to those openly chanting for another holocaust: a 100% genocide act.

4. Calling a 3-state as a 2-state today. A genocide math.

At least the Nazis were honest about it.

I understand that Israel does not ask for such restitution and has been saying YES SIR to every such demand by all Chirstian and Islamic states. But there is a price factor which will apply and come back to answer such crimes. Who is judging you ask? Why is Eurostan happening I ask? Why are Islamic states crumbling from within with no help from anyone? This applies:



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