Monday, December 27, 2010

Breaking news- Netanyahu "We will not apologize to Turkey over flotilla"

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said that Israel will not apologize to Turkey for the raid on the Mavi Marmara, in an interview with Channel 10 to be aired on Monday.

Netanyahu also responded to Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's inflammatory comments about Turkey, saying that the foreign minister was only "expressing his opinion."

Lieberman on Sunday said that Turkey's demands for an apology over the Mavi Marmara raid were "beyond chuzpa."



So, murder in International waters is acceptable for the Israeli government?
It does seem so. When Israeli forces are committing the murders.
Refresh your memory: Israel brutally attacks Gaza Aid Ships, many murdered in cold blood.

5 comments:

  1. There's that 'chosen one' master race rubbish showing out again Mr. Netanyahu (read: Nutty-Fake-Jew). He can express all the gangster bravado he wishes, but justice will eventually fall across his crooked, bloodthirsty neck. He fancies himself as an intellectual when Nutty-Fake-Jew is just another run-of-the-mill thug in an over-priced suit. He should have added that they also won't apologise for:

    International Terrorism
    Espionage & FalseFlag Ops
    Human Trafficking Rings
    Arms Trafficking
    Human Organ Trafficking Rings
    Genocide
    International Ecstasy Narcotics Rings
    Use of banned internationally weapons in warfare
    Paedocide - the specific targeting and murder of children in "military operations"

    He's doesn't have to apologise for anything, he and the other culpable parties just need to be indicted, arrested, tried and executed for war crimes full-stop.

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  2. Hey Penny,...That scumbag coward is going to get his, so badly, very soon, I mean really; these dirty freaks are so up for a hammering.

    veritas

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  3. HHQ:

    I refer to him often as, nutty-yahoo.
    And yes, 'run of the mill' thug suits him fine.
    Which sadly makes him no different them most politicians

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  4. Hey veritas:

    I really think that is what the Israeli elites are going for.


    They will flee and leaves the dupes to fend for themselves.

    It wouldn't be the first time...

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  5. Interesting that Israel apparently feels it does not need the Turkish government on its side.

    - Aangirfan

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