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  The left denies that the wall ended the violence

The absurd analogy with the Berlin Wall

Robin Gunningham ("Banksy")

Pink Floyd

Sadaka


The Israeli wall has ended the intifada




Formerly at israel-palestine-conflict.com.
Apparently from this page.



From standwithus.com. See here.



BlueStarPR points out that the wall will vanish as soon as the threat vanishes.
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The left denies that the wall ended the violence

Leftists - who never opposed the intifada in the first place - now argue that the wall did not stop the intifada.

Their theory is that, by pure coincidence, the jihadis decided to stop killing Jews. What a stroke of luck!

  


Israel-hater Gary Spedding has called for me to be sacked for defending Israel.
Here he argues that the Israeli wall did not stop violence. So Israel should take the wall down.
Of course the idea that Israelis should take security advice from someone like Spedding is comical.




The absurd analogy with the Berlin Wall



Cartoon by Scott Stantis, Birmingham News, Alabama.



The kind of tossers who complain about Israeli walls and checkpoints are exactly the kind of people who were ambivalent about the violence that led to the construction of those walls and checkpoints.




Robin Gunningham ("Banksy")

British graffiti artist "Banksy" (real name Robin Gunningham) has long had a hostility towards the life-saving Israeli wall.


Banksy painted this on the Israeli wall in 2005.
From here.
I must say I like his art, but this makes no sense on the wall. It would have made a lot of sense in East Berlin, but makes no sense here.
The children are being kept out of paradise, but the people to blame are the children's own families and community. Paradise (Israel) would be happy to let them in if they did not threaten them. If they were willing to be peaceful neighbours, they could visit Israel any time. They would also be a lot richer, as well as freer, and happier. It is their own addiction to violence that keeps them trapped behind a wall.
Why not paint suicide bombers trying to dig through the wall so they can kill children playing with buckets and spades on the other side?
Why not paint Palestinians building the wall themselves to keep themselves out of Israel?



Banksy home page in Dec 2006 shows Joseph and Mary stopped by the Israeli wall.
Rather ignoring the inconvenient truth that no Jew could go to Bethlehem today because of Islamic Jew-hatred.
Joseph and Mary would be killed if they went to Bethlehem today.



Irish left-wing politician Luke 'Ming' Flanagan has this drivel as his Twitter background.




Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd singer Roger Waters has a long history of anti-Israel activism.


Pink Floyd singer Roger Waters spray paints a line from his silly song on the life-saving Israeli wall, June 2006.
"WE DON'T NEED NO THOUGHT CONTROL", he writes, as if that has the slightest relevance to what the wall is about.
See wider shot. Search for more copies here and here.
Waters is linked to the anti-Israel "charity" War on Want.
See more idiot anti-Israel celebrities.



Roger Waters appears at the UN International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People in Nov 2012.
He shares the stage with various terrorists and representatives of dictators, including:

  1. The terrorist group Fatah.
  2. The terrorist state of Iran, whose representative reads out a message from Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
  3. The tyranny of Djibouti.
  4. The OIC.
  5. The African Union.
  6. The Arab League.
Of course he does not criticise any of these. Instead he criticises the democracy of Israel.



In his fanatic submission to the UN meeting above, Waters compares Israel to Nazi Germany.



Waters seems to support the Palestinian jihad against Israel. He says he does not support rocket launches, since they hit random civilians. But he supports some imaginary Palestinian jihad which aims at military targets. Of course, such a jihad has never existed, and will never exist.



Roger Waters playing in the oppressive, human-rights-abusing, Islamic state of Dubai in 2007.
No elections. No freedom. But he doesn't care.
He boycotts the liberal democracy of Israel, but look at where he does play:

Typical anti-Israel hypocrite.



From "Roger Waters, Dark Side of The Moron".



Charlie Gilmour, son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, attacks the Cenotaph during violent student protests in London in Dec 2010.
Photo from Daily Mail. More here.
Lots of rich kids demanding that the taxpayer pay for them.




Sadaka

The anti-Israel activists Sadaka have teamed up with Roger Waters of Pink Floyd to launch an anti-Israel propaganda pack for Irish schools.



Roger Waters launches an anti-Israel course for Irish school children, Sept 2013.



I asked Sadaka to show me where they condemn Fatah and Hamas violence against Israel.
I kept asking, but all I got was a condemnation of "terrorism" (which could mean anything, for example Israeli action) and attempts to change the subject.
If Sadaka has ever condemned Fatah and Hamas violence, I would be interested. Tell me here.



Holocaust denier "Ruthanasia" says people should follow Sadaka.
From here.





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