Quote: The question being about a matter of fact, 'tis begging it to bring, as a proof for it, an Hypothesis which is the very thing in dispute: by which one can prove anything ...
The question being about a matter of fact, 'tis begging it to bring, as a proof for it, an Hypothesis which is the very thing in dispute: by which one can prove anything ...
I'll let you rest from reading now, but in my next posting I will continue this deconstruction of question-begging by asking you to reconsider what it means when you demand of us: "Now, come across, guys! Show me a real program to cure Hell!" while on the other hand you also demand: "I WANT ALL OUR DEMONSTRATORS IN FRONT OF S.F. CITY HALL TO GIVE ME AN HONEST, WORKABLE SOLUTION SHORT OF DEMANDING ISRAELIS LEAVE THEIR OWN LAND!" Tomorrow, I'll come back to this popular conflicted method of asking for an answer while simultaneously ruling out its very possibility.
(And Hint: my own solution involves inviting the Apartheid Zionist Entity to invade America and set up shop in an "indian nation" territory the size of New Jersey. Oh, what the hell, let's just MAKE it New Jersey. The soon-to-face-expropration-and-homelessness Americans of New Jersey won't mind. They can just move into outdoor toilet refugee camps in neighboring Pennsylvania. Many Americans, after all, just love apartheid zionists and would do absolutely anything in their power to see that Americans, and not Palestinian Arabs, foot the bill for "guilt" about something that happened to European jews in WWII that neither Americans nor Palestinian Arabs had anything to do with.)
Regarding your title for this thread, Stan, Robert Scheer (formerly of the Los Angeles Times ) doesn't think he hears much of a "hue and cry" -- or much of any protest, really. Although our good buddy Bob seems a bit exercised at the exceedingly few squeaks of conscience coming out of so very few Americans in San Francisco, Mr Scheer asks today at his Truthdig.com web site:
Why Do So Few Speak Up for Gaza?
Others can read this little piece of sanity if they wish, but I just wanted to point out what I consider the truly sqalid "reality" (as Bob likes to call it) of this overwhelmingly deafening silence from official and corporate (pardon the redundancy) America. For example, yesterday I saw a news report on CNN International where some docile American reporters stood on the AZE side of the closed border with Gaza and frankly admitted that the AZE (our "stalwart ally," in Barack Obama's mellifluous misnomer) would not let them into the Palestinian enclave because spokespersons for the AZE wanted to control whatever information came out regarding the savage collective punishment now devastating the lives of so many Palestinian Arabs who cannot even run away. "We'd like to report the situation to you," the reporters bleated like sheep at a shearing, "but the [AZE] won't let us." Pathetic.
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