Ana Pais

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Ana Pais
Posted almost 2 years ago
Ronny Edry: Israel and Iran: A love story?
To the people of Palestine - We see the apartheid you endure, we see the suffering, we see the racism that oppresses you. We see the tears in the eyes of your children. We hear the hollow words and broken promises of the politicians. May God give you strength and peace.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Colin Powell: Kids need structure
Brilliant point...as is Chomsky. Powell has no experience in education other than hammering a bunch of recruits into "Army" shape. He knows nothing about building a thinking, independent human being.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Ronny Edry: Israel and Iran: A love story?
He does not need to reach the world. The world is not the problem. The problem is a nation founded on the destruction of another people and culture. All the while that Edry was drawing his little posters and blowing kisses over Facebook, the nation of Israel was seizing more land from the Palestinians, continuing the apartheid and preparing for yet another war. Does it not seem odd to you that Israel has hundreds of undeclared, uninspected nuclear weapons and launch vehicles and yet the Israelis present the problem in the middle east as Iran. Israel is the aggressor.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Ronny Edry: Israel and Iran: A love story?
The lie is that Israel wants peace. You could have a billion "likes" and unless they changes what they are actually doing it won't make a bit of difference. Right now, they are preparing for war. They just voted for the most right wing, Zionist government in decades.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Ronny Edry: Israel and Iran: A love story?
It is not about bringing the Israel and Iran together. It is about creating the impression that Israel is doing something. In reality, they are continuing to arm, continuing to drive toward war and continuing to ethnically cleans the Palestinians. Words are just words. Actions show the heart.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Colin Powell: Kids need structure
Don, saying that you are playing does not excuse the behavior. None of these kids had a choice to do something different. A kid coming into a room with a big strong general with military bearing is intimidated. Don't kid yourself. Powell knows how to do this and how to sell a position. Couching his intimidation as a game is naught but another lie.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Colin Powell: Kids need structure
Don, It is very obvious that you are an enthusiastic supporter of Powell and it is likely that nothing I can say will change your mind. However, you ask a number of questions which I will answer. Why the conflict? Powell is a very polarizing figure. He presided over the run-up to the Iraq war. In doing this he presented false information both to the decision makers in this and several other governments and to the American people. Had he presented the truth, it is likely that there would not have been an Iraq war. Had there not been an Iraq war, something like a million more people would still be alive and the US would not have spent several trillion dollars. Christianity has nothing to do with the war, or Powell or his views on education. The only religion injected into this is the false linkage of Islam to terrorism. It seems to me that it is you that are confusing the situation and discussion.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Colin Powell: Kids need structure
No. He is a politician and a soldier. In the first case he used is position to create a war on false information. In the second case he persecuted that same war by targeting civilians.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Colin Powell: Kids need structure
All of this is off topic. Colin Powell did not talk about any of these things. What he did say was that he likes to intimidate kids by making them stand at attention in front of him and that he use this tactic with seven year olds. You are way over thinking this talk.
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Ana Pais
Posted over 2 years ago
Ronny Edry: Israel and Iran: A love story?
And perhaps you should consider that they do not. Perhaps the people who live in Israel should look over the fences and ask themselves whether or not they would want to be on the other side. The moral dilemma is not whether to speak up. The moral dilemma is whether to remain silent.