Here, you are urged and encouraged to run your mouths about something important.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010


It is becoming too apparent to anyone looking at this incident with eyes wide open that the flotilla launched and sanctioned by Turkey had no intention of delivering humanitarian aid as a primary goal. The goal was to break through an Israeli blockade during a time of war and cry victim. The videos released by Israel prove as much. Yet, the International community doesn't want to let the facts get in the way of its agenda.

Apparently, ditto the Obama administration. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is now condemning Israel for defending itself against an act of war caught on video. Said Clinton:
"The United States supports the Security Council's condemnation of the acts leading to this tragedy."
Here is an excerpt from the U.N. Security Council's statement via BBC:
The Security Council deeply regrets the loss of life and injuries resulting from the use of force during the Israeli military operation in international waters against the convoy sailing to Gaza. The Council, in this context, condemns those acts which resulted in the loss of at least ten civilians and many wounded, and expresses its condolences to their families.
Regrets the loss of life and injuries resulting from the use of force during the Israeli military operation?

Israel has a blockade set up for a reason. It was the thugs on the vessel from Turkey who attempted to break through that blockade and subsequently beat and stabbed the Israeli commandos who were doing their jobs. Oh, they also threw grenades.

h/t to Gateway Pundit

No comments:

Accuracy in Media
American Spectator
American Thinker
Big Government
Big Journalism
Doug Ross
Flopping Aces
Fox Nation
Fox News
Free Republic
The Hill
Hope for America
Hot Air
Hot Air Pundit
Jawa Report
Jihad Watch
Michelle Malkin
Naked Emperor News
National Review
New Zeal Blog
News Real
Pajamas Media
Red State
Right Wing News
Say Anything
Stop Islamization of America
Verum Serum
Wall Street Journal
Washington Times
Watts Up With That
Web Today
Weekly Standard
World Net Daily

Blog Archive