Good Spy, Bad Spy

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It’s amazing that one day after the story of the bad Russian spies comes out that there’s a re-spin of the good Israeli spy, the one who just happens to be the eldest son of one of the founders of Hamas.

What has been left out from the ‘news’ report is that Israel created Hamas as a counter to the Palestinian Liberation Organization. Another divide and conquer technique. A deception to ensure that no peace agreement would ever come about. Peace agreements that if actually upheld could mean an end to Israeli land thefts and genocidal agenda and that’s not what the psychopathic ‘leaders’ of Israel want. As always, U.S. policy and money support these crimes against humanity.

So once again Israeli spies are portrayed in the zionist media as ‘folk heroes’ to be protected from retaliation for being traitors. Some in the media might even call this romantic.

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5 thoughts on “Good Spy, Bad Spy

    QB said:
    June 30, 2010 at 4:25 am

    🙂 I feel special.

    Greg Bacon said:
    June 30, 2010 at 5:30 am

    Do you think Jane Harman will 'waddle' in and help free those Russians alleged to be spies?

    Engelbert Eggplant said:
    June 30, 2010 at 8:11 am

    Spy vs. Spy! That brings back good memories of Mad magazine. The fold in on the back cover was always fun too. Israel is our indispensable ally we can't do without. We get so much wonderful benefits from our parasite err I mean ally. If we don't sniff Israel's ass how will we get to heaven to see the baby Jesus!?

    Anon said:
    July 1, 2010 at 5:02 pm

    This blog is always full of good stuff.- aangirfan

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