Émission de radio L'Autre Monde

Émission de radio L'Autre Monde

mercredi 7 janvier 2009

Gaza: une perspective historique pour comprendre l'essentiel de la crise actuelle


Émission de L'Autre Monde du 8 janvier 2009: Gaza: une perspective historique pour comprendre l'essentiel de la crise actuelle

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L'Autre Monde 8 janvier 2009
60 min / Radio de l'UQAM, CHOQ FM

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Cette semaine sur L'Autre Monde:

Nous passons l'heure en entier à discuter de la situation à Gaza dans tous ses détails. Écoutez cette émission pour avoir l'essentiel des informations, question de vraiment décoder ce qui s'y passe, au milieu de la désinformation qui règne sur la scène médiatique. Vous serez surement surpris d'apprendre certains faits, mais tout ce qui est abordé durant l'émission est documenté et vérifiable.

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Diffusion en direct : Jeudi à 11:00h
Animation : François Marginean
Archives d'émission

***Hyperliens vers les sources des informations discutées sur l'émission d'aujourd'hui:

Voici les articles et autres sources d'où viennent les informations discutées sur l'émission d'aujourd'hui. J'ai aussi remis en lien une émission passée sur laquelle j'ai eu le plaisir d'avoir le PAJU en entrevue pour parler de la situation en Palestine et Israël. Très instructif.

Gaza: lorsque la vie et la vérité sont sacrifiés

Gaza et Israël: le droit légitime à la défense et quelques faits importants

L`organisation Palestiniens et Juifs Unis (PAJU) - Élucidons la question Palestine/Israël et les véritables obstacles à la paix

L'Autre Monde 21 août 2008
- 90 min / Radio de l'UQAM, CHOQ FM

Lebanon army: 7 missiles ready to be fired at Israel found in south Lebanon

Lebanese authorities discovered seven missiles aimed at Israel in southern Lebanon, an official Lebanese news agency reported Thursday. The missiles are currently under inspection to determine whether they were enabled for launch, and they will subsequently be dismantled, the news agency reported.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Did a false-flag attack just get spoiled?

Here is the scenario: Israelis sneak across the border and set up rockets to fire into Israel (same crap they did to justify attacking Gaza). The rockets are all set to go, but the Lebanese officials stumble on the site. The Israelis bug out back across the border, and here we are!

In recent months we have seen Israel adopt Nazi style tactics against the people of Gaza. It stands to reason that Israel would follow one of the more infamous of Der Fuhrer's methods to initiate a war while blaming the victim.

"All war is based on deception." -- Sun Tsu, "The Art Of War."

See article about rockets found in Lebanon, a possible false flag attack that has been thwarted, further down.

FLASHBACK: Fake rocket attack

On the afternoon of February 7, rockets rained down on the northern Israeli town of Nahariya, and were immediately described by Israeli police as Katyusha rockets fired by Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon.

Later in the same day, the attack was described as the result of 'human error' involving a failed test by an Israeli weapons manufacturer in the area.

Webmaster's Commentary:

As Israel screams that they are being attacked by someone, remember that Israel has a habit of shooting missiles at itself to justify attacking their neighbors.

Remember the rockets found in Lebanon pointed at Israel last week?

Flashback: Israel purposely has left pockets of Hezbollah rockets in Lebanon

THOMAS RICKS, REPORTER, "THE WASHINGTON POST": I think it will be. But I think civilian casualties are also part of the battlefield play for both sides here. One of the things that is going on, according to some U.S. military analysts, is that Israel purposely has left pockets of Hezbollah rockets in Lebanon, because as long as they're being rocketed, they can continue to have a sort of moral equivalency in their operations in Lebanon.

Israeli Warplanes Fly Low Over South Lebanon

At least five Israeli warplanes on Sunday flew low over south Lebanon, already the target of an overnight reconnaissance flight, a Lebanese security official said.

Webmaster's Commentary:

The Israelis are itching to find another excuse to go into Lebanon militarily.

Remember yesterday when the Lebanese Border Patrol found some rockets just inside the border pointed back at Israel, and I theorized that this was a false flag attack to justify an Israeli attack on Lebanon which was thwarted by the Lebanese forces?

Today we learn that the plans for the attack on Gaza and (insert name of other targets here) were made six months ago, and today, even absent the convenient flight of rockets from Lebanon into Israel, Israeli warplanes violate Lebanon's airspace.

Israel is kicking off WW3.

They will blame someone else for it, of course.

Israeli jets 'violate Lebanese airspace'

Israel military keeps wary eye on northern border

Some of the thousands of extra reservists called up by the Israeli military are to be held ready in case of conflict on Israel's northern border with Lebanon, the scene of a long and costly battle two years ago.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Israel is trying to find a way to kick off a new war with Lebanon. That's why those false-flag rockets were set up inside the Lebanese border aimed back at Israel (luckly discovered and destroyed by the Lebanese border patrol on the first day of the Gaza war). Even though the rocket plan did not work out,. Israel has been flying warplanes over Lebanon and Syria this last week, obviously trying to provoke those countries into shooting at their aircraft, to kick off a wider regional war.


Webmaster's Commentary:

Man I did not know you could pile up bovine excrement that high and not have it fall over!


Strong circumstantial evidence is slowly emerging into the mainstream media that confirms that, far from Hamas provoking Israel, it has been Israel that has been deliberately provoking Hamas into rocketing and mortaring southern Israel specifically in order to provide a casus belli for Israel to attack the Gaza. In doing so, this makes Israel guilty of using its own people as ‘victims’ for political purposes.

We Arm the World

A $7 billion missile-defense system for the United Arab Emirates. An estimated $15 billion potential sale of Lockheed Martin’s brand-new fighter plane to Israel. Billions of dollars in weaponry for Taiwan and Turkey. These and other recent deals helped make the United States the world’s leading arms-exporting nation.

In 2007, U.S. foreign military sales agreements totaled more than $32 billion — nearly triple the amount during President Bush’s first full year in office.

The Pentagon routinely justifies weapons sales as “promoting regional stability,” but many of these arms end up in the world’s war zones. In 2006 and 2007, the five biggest recipients of U.S. weapons were Pakistan ($3.5 billion), Iraq ($2.2 billion), Israel ($2.2 billion), Afghanistan ($1.9 billion) and Colombia ($580 million) — all countries where conflict rages.

American / Isreali Dual Citizens in the American Government

Attorney General - Michael Mukasey
Head of Homeland Security - Michael Chertoff
Chairman Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board - Richard Perle
Deputy Defense Secretary (Former) - Paul Wolfowitz
Under Secretary of Defense - Douglas Feith
National Security Council Advisor - Elliott Abrams
Vice President Dick Cheney’s Chief of Staff (Former) - “Scooter” Libby
White House Deputy Chief of Staff - Joshua Bolten
Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs - Marc Grossman
Director of Policy Planning at the State Department - Richard Haass
U.S. Trade Representative (Cabinet-level Position) - Robert Zoellick
Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board - James Schlesinger
UN Representative (Former) - John Bolton
Under Secretary for Arms Control - David Wurmser
Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board - Eliot Cohen
Senior Advisor to the President - Steve Goldsmith
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary - Christopher Gersten
Assistant Secretary of State - Lincoln Bloomfield
Deputy Assistant to the President - Jay Lefkowitz
White House Political Director - Ken Melman
National Security Study Group - Edward Luttwak
Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board - Kenneth Adelman
Defense Intelligence Agency Analyst (Former) - Lawrence (Larry) Franklin
National Security Council Advisor - Robert Satloff
President Export-Import Bank U.S. - Mel Sembler
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Administration for Children and Families - Christopher Gersten
Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Public Affairs
- Mark Weinberger
White House Speechwriter - David Frum
White House Spokesman (Former) - Ari Fleischer
Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board - Henry Kissinger
Deputy Secretary of Commerce - Samuel Bodman
Under Secretary of State for Management - Bonnie Cohen
Director of Foreign Service Institute - Ruth Davis

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