Saturday, 14 February 2009

And the Winner is…. Adolfa Livni!

Contributed by Edna

Posted in Gaza, Israeli elections, Tzipi Livni, war crimes tagged , , , , , , , , , , , at 10:39 pm by ednaspennato


Beastie and the Boychicks cc Edna Spennato 2008.

Photomontage made on 13 Dec 2008.

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These two images were created during the pre-Christmas period when Israel’s sinister foreign minister, Livni, was become more and more vocal about the genocide she and her cohorts had planned for the people of Gaza, about 2 weeks before the start of the so-called Hannukah Massacre on 27 Dec 2008.

And if the world’s people have anything to do with it, Livni, an ex-Mossad agent whose father was a well-known Irgun terrorist, will eventually be arrested to stand trial for war crimes at the Hague. She is likely to go down in history as one of the least nurturing women of all time, despite the fact that she has nursed two sons at her breast.

Using a “shoot anything that moves” approach to wiping out the caged civilians of Gaza and testing out a variety of new and terrible illegal weapons for the demonic American military, this psychopath was the person probably most responsible for the mass murder of over a thousand civilians in a three week period.

The American-Israeli blood-letting spree came to a slow halt literally only an hour or two before the start of the inauguration celebrations in the USA, only because of the request from Barky not to rain (blood) on his parade.

This brought about a terrible juxtaposition of concurrent experiences in the collective consciousness which has really fucked with the minds and hearts of the world’s people, and added massively to the collective desensitization process which Obama took advantage of three days after becoming POTUS.

One of the first actions made by the new POTUS was to pass the order to aerial bomb a rural village in Pakistan, a country with which America is not even at war (i.e. this action made him a war criminal), which gave Barky his first big kill of over 20 people, including many children, without it even being even reported (except on “page 5″) by the mainstream press.

The grisly juxtaposition of the slow ending of the Gaza genocide like a massive snuff movie, at the same time as the music started up in the USA gave us scenes of devastating misery and carnage on our computer monitors, with people in Gaza frantically digging through the rubble to find the bodies of their loved ones, while on our television sets across the room, the first notes of the “Star-Spangled Banner” struck up, and the balloons and glitter and the “Yes We Can” refrain went out up in a pornographically hysterical way from the crowds at the bash.

If we are all really One, this experience has fragmented our collective consciousness in a way similar to the manner in which the CIA programmes its mind-controlled operatives through the Monarch project.

It would have been a lot less disturbing had the Americans made the inauguration a somber affair, with dignitaries wearing black armbands out of respect for the dead civilians of Gaza killed by American weaponry, but being expected collectively to weep tears of sentimentality for Obama while simultaneously swallowing one’s deep disgust at the genocide in Gaza, has brought a deep wounding to our collective soul. It’s going to take a lot of healing to fix this one.

Like the rest of her cohorts in the Knesset, Livni’s ultimate goal is clearly the genocide of the entire Palestinian people, for which she can count on for help, as usual, from the USA and EU.

She has managed to worsen a humanitarian crisis in Gaza already so severe that the world has not seen anything quite as barbaric since the Bolsheviks used starvation as the weapon used to wipe out the entire population of the Ukraine.

Heil, Adolfa Livni!

What terrible plans do you have for the true semitic people of occupied Palestine, that you have locked up in the largest concentration camp the world has ever seen?

Enjoy your freedom while it lasts. See you at the Hague.


Adolfa Livni cc Edna Spennato 2008.

Photomontage made on 15 Dec 2008

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