How Low Can Zionism Sink?

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The above is the flyer for a disturbing meeting between Zionist heavyweights “Elie Wiesel, Shmuely Boteach and Sheldon Adelson discussing the “strong protecting the weak” from genocide”. What’s so disturbing i hear you ask, well, the guest of honour was one Paul Kagame president of Rwanda who is a known war criminal and genocidal maniac.

 

He is described thus by “Filip Reyntjens, a Belgian scholar whom many consider the world’s foremost expert on Rwanda, as “probably the worst war criminal in office today.”  and that “Kagame’s crimes rank with those perpetrated by former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein or Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.”

 

http://mag.newsweek.com/2013/01/13/the-case-against-rwanda-s-president-paul-kagame.html

 

Shame on you Sheldon Adelson! Shame on you Elie Wiesel! Shame on you Shmuely Boteach! and shame on you New York’s Cooper Union for giving these people a platform to praise a vile individual. [See video in comments section]

 

The reader should note that at the top of the flyer it claims “Jewish values…” well let’s get this straight, Zionism does not speak for Jewish values. So please don’t confuse Zionism and its values of greed,hate and war with the values of honest,decent Jewish people.

 

And this is the filth that “Christian” Zionists have yoked themselves with…SHAME ON YOU TOO!

 

 

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  1. Christopher Proudlove

    THE HATE message opined by Trevor Barclay does not pan out when you check internet websites about Kagame. Note that Rwanda became a member of the British Commonwealth in 2009 even though it was never a colony. Would this august body accept the country under the leadership of Kagame if he was as guilty as Trevor Barclay alleges? I have found Mr Barclay to be an unreliable purveyor of truth who has refused to apologise when proved wrong about people or events and often censors replies to his column..
    Here is what Wikipedia says of Kegame warts and all:

    “Most observers describe Kagame’s personality as one of seriousness and intelligence. Richard Grant, writing in London’s Daily Telegraph, described Kagame as radiating “a quality of intense seriousness that is both impressive and intimidating”. Roméo Dallaire, commander of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda during the Rwandan Genocide, described Kagame as having a “studious air that didn’t quite disguise his hawk-like intensity”. Kagame has a highly dominant personality, which he uses to enforce his rule and to ensure that his vision for the country is followed. American journalist Stephen Kinzer, who wrote the biography A Thousand Hills in collaboration with Kagame himself, describes him as “one of the most intriguing leaders in Africa”. Kinzer credits Kagame with leadership skills that have fostered Rwanda’s rebirth following the genocide, but also cites a personality of “chronic impatience, barely suppressed anger, and impulsive scorn for critics”. In his interview with Grant, Kagame claimed he sleeps for only four hours per night, devoting the remainder of his day to work, exercise, family, and reading academic texts and foreign newspapers.
    In Rwanda, Kagame’s RPF is seen as a Tutsi-dominated party, and in the years following the 1994 genocide, it was deeply unpopular with the Hutu, who constitute 85% of the population. Approximately two million Hutu lived as refugees in neighbouring countries until 1996, when Kagame forced them to return home. Many Hutu also supported the late 1990s cross-border insurgency against Kagame by defeated forces of the former regime. By 1999, however, when the RPF had weakened the insurgents and the north-west became peaceful, the Hutu population became broadly supportive of Kagame. Since becoming president in 2000, Kagame has won two presidential elections with over 90% of the vote each time. Despite criticisms over opposition repression during these elections, and accusations that the figures were inflated, Kagame does receive genuine support from the population, who credit him with ensuring continued peace, stability, and economic growth.
    Kagame’s image amongst international observers is varied. Human rights organisations, including Amnesty International and Freedom House, claim that Kagame hamstrings his opposition by restricting candidacies in elections to government-friendly parties, suppressing demonstrations, and arresting opposition leaders and journalists. Human Rights Watch has accused Kagame of using strict laws criminalising genocide ideology to silence his critics, to the point that Rwanda is a de facto one-party state. However, it has praised some aspects of Kagame’s rule, such as the progress made in the delivery of justice and the abolition of the death penalty. Kagame’s image amongst foreign leaders was very positive until the late 2000s. He was credited with ending the genocide, bringing peace and security to Rwanda, and achieving development. Since 2010, however, the international community has increasingly criticised Kagame following a leaked United Nations report alleging Rwanda’s support for the rebel M23 movement in Congo. In 2012, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands and several other countries suspended programmes of budget support to Rwanda, with many redirecting their aid to project-based assistance.[]
    Kagame promotes the internet as a means of communication between leadership and ordinary people. In addition to his personal website, which contains a personal blog, he has accounts on Flickr, You Tube, Facebook and Twitter. In 2011, he argued with British journalist Ian Birrell on Twitter following a tweet by Birrell about media freedom in Rwanda.[1] As of 2013, he is the second most followed African leader on Twitter, with 104,082 followers.
    Kagame has received a number of honours and accolades during his presidency. These include honorary degrees from the American University of the Pacific, Oklahoma Christian University, and Glasgow University, the Andrew Young Medal for Capitalism and Social progress by Georgia State University and a Clinton Global Citizen Award. Kagame has also received the highest awards bestowed by the countries of Liberia and Benin, the Distinction of the Grand Cordon in the Most Venerable Order of the Knighthood of Pioneers and the Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit respectively. In September 2010, the British magazine New Statesman named Kagame one of its 50 most influential figures for that year, placing him in 49th place.[ The Council for East and Central Africa Football Association’s football tournament has been named the Kagame Interclub Cup since 2002, due to Kagame’s sponsorship of the event.

  2. First things first.

    YOU HAVE UNTIL 6pm MONDAY TO POST THE ABOVE COMMENT IN THE PROPER BLOG.

    HERE’S THE LINK. CLICK ON IT AND POST THE DAVID SILVER COMMENT REGARDING JOHN HAGEE THERE,

    https://christiansforzionwatch.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/heretical-cult-claim-christians-should-live-under-law-instead-of-grace/

    NOW BACK ON TOPIC.

    Wow! I can’t believe you are posting comments in support of Paul Kagame….Wow!

    Let’s look though at what your copy from Wikipedia says,

    “Human rights organisations, including Amnesty International and Freedom House, claim that Kagame hamstrings his opposition by restricting candidacies in elections to government-friendly parties, suppressing demonstrations, and arresting opposition leaders and journalists.”

    “restricting candidacies in elections in elections to government-friendly parties, suppressing demonstrations, and arresting opposition leaders and journalists.”

    From one of your blogs,

    “Maziar Bahari who was jailed for reporting Tehran mass protests over claims of fraudulent results of the 2009 presidential elections..”
    http://www.christiansforzion.com/comment-chris-proudlove/2012/1/25/uk-ban-on-irans-propaganda-tv-hits-palestinian-bootlickers.html

    And from another of your blogs,

    “Some Gaza journalists are facing charges of illegal activities and a travel ban after they refused to give in to pressure.
    “We consider the accusations against our colleagues of illegal activity and theft of the union identity a malicious accusation which should be dropped immediately,” said IFJ President Jim Boumelha in his letter to the Hamas leadership. “They should be allowed to work without restrictions and the travel ban imposed on them must be lifted.”
    http://www.christiansforzion.com/comment-chris-proudlove/2012/8/7/gaza-journalists-complain-of-palestinian-arab-intimidation.html

    From a letter written by PAUL RUSESABAGINA [Hotel Rwanda]

    “Dissidents and reporters who seek the truth are regularly harassed, jailed, exiled, tortured or killed. Political parties who oppose the RPF may not be formed, and opposing politicians are jailed and killed. Even discussions of the genocide are strictly limited, and only the current government’s version of the events is allowed.”

    Why the double standard, Chris…That’s a question we’d all love you to answer….Or is this more proof of your Islamophobic tendencies?

    Also from the letter by Mr RUSESABAGINA,

    “But now, a man that the entire world respects has been caught in a fishing net by Kagame’s public relations machine. It would be a terrible shame to see Elie Wiesel sitting at the same panel with someone accused by the international community of having killed hundreds of thousands of people in Rwanda’s neighbor, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. These are innocent civilians killed, the elderly, children and the sick, not just “rebel” soldiers.

    Since leading a civil war against the Rwandan government from 1990-1994, a mountain of evidence continues to accumulate that Kagame and his forces have been involved in war crimes and crimes against humanity both in Rwanda during that civil war, and now in the neighboring Congo. In the Congo, the 2010 United Nations Mapping Report even states that there is enough evidence to investigate whether the Rwandan government committed genocide against Hutu civilians there. Atrocities continue on a daily basis, with UN and other international reports making it clear that the Rwandan government supports and controls the M23 militia group that is driving the violence, recruiting child soldiers, killing enormous numbers of civilians, and raping women and children daily in the Kivu region.”

    http://ikazeiwacu.unblog.fr/2013/09/26/a-letter-from-hotel-rwanda-paul-rusesabagina-to-rabbi-shmuley/

    And you are praising this guy…

    Despicable doesn’t even come close to describing your support of Paul Kagame.

  3. Christopher Proudlove

    For the umpteenth time Trevor Barclay misconstrues my remarks. I have heard the rumours about Paul Kagame but nothing is proven. Therefore my judgment about him goes on the shelf. If you look on the internet Kagame does have support. Typically, Trevor Barclay rushes into judgment about Kagame. In doing so he unjustifiably smears me.

  4. Christopher Proudlove

    Comparing Jewish and Palestinian Arab values an esteemed professor of history, terrorism and psychology, Dr. Anna Geifman, discusses thanatophilia (love of death) in her acclaimed book “Death Orders: The Vanguard of Modern Terrorism in Revolutionary Russia”. Dr. Geifman first explains the existence of thanatophila in Russia at the beginning of the last century.
    She then explains that, “worldwide is also radical Islamists’ predilection for death. ‘We tell them,’ the Jews and the Christians, Mufti Sheik Ikrimeh Sabri declared at the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, ‘in as much as you love life, the Muslim loves death and martyrdom’.”
    Geifman explains how jihadist Islam has adopted a death-cult culture through the “aesthicisation of death”. Her explanation is accompanied with the often televised decapitation videos where “on stage is a masked terrorist, playing the executioner; around him are several accomplices with guns and knives. He reads a list of demands before a TV camera. The victim is on his knees, weeping and begging for mercy. The viewer sees his agony as the leading actor of the horrid reality show severs his head, while the other participants chant ‘Allahu Akbar.’ (Allah is greater). The slayer displays his bloody trophy, and together the terrorists recite verses from the Qur’an.”
    This is the nature of the people Israel is forced to deal with. The radical Muslim thantalophile is not the rare affliction of a few; it is the pan-Islamic cultural doctrine. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who according to the United States is a great moderate and Israel’s last great hope for peace, has admitted on live television to sending jihadists to kill innocent Israelis.
    “Only a person who extolls death has no shame admitting he has commissioned it against blameless victims,” says Geifman.

  5. “For the umpteenth time Trevor Barclay misconstrues my remarks. I have heard the rumours about Paul Kagame but nothing is proven.”

    Hmm.

    “Note that Rwanda became a member of the British Commonwealth in 2009 even though it was never a colony. Would this august body accept the country under the leadership of Kagame if he was as guilty as Trevor Barclay alleges? ”

    Looks like you HAVE decided he is not guilty….despite the huge wealth of evidence that says otherwise.

    Again…..Despicable that you should jump to the defense of this war crim.

    Shame on you, Christopher Proudlove. Shame on you!

  6. Christopher Proudlove

    Not for the first time Trevor Barclay thinks he knows what conclusions I have made. Surprise, surprise he is wrong again. I have not decided that Kagame is either guilty or not guilty. I await more proof. Note Trevor’s usual smear tactic. I honestly think there is something psychologically wrong here.

  7. Christopher Proudlove

    YOU HAVE UNTIL 6pm MONDAY TO POST THE ABOVE COMMENT IN THE PROPER BLOG.
    I want the comments here. What’s the problem … OCD?

  8. I’m really, really starting to think that you are retarded.?

  9. Christopher Proudlove

    I am not an expert on the use of a computer, I’ll grant you that Trevor Barclay.

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