"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
- George Orwell
In case you haven't been keeping up, or if you have, here's a rundown of the video evidence of the Zionist storm troopers' brutal and unprovoked attack on the pro-Palestinian peace activists. (I've edited some of them down a bit so they're short and punchy.)
Here are a peace activist and an aid worker outlining their plans and hopes for the aid flotilla.
Here are the peace activists peacefully singing about the massacre of the Jews at Khaybar
Here are the Israeli pirates sneaking up on the hapless aid flotilla.
Here are the brutal occupying Israelis categorically denying any shipment of aid to the Gazans.
Here are the aid workers aiding the Israeli soldiers with water hoses, stun grenades, and swinging chains.
Here's a radio snippet of the cold-blooded Israeli jackboots indiscriminately opening fire on peaceful peace activists who posed no threat to them. (Warning: chills the blood.)
For the sake of completeness, here's the one you saw before, of the peace activists nonviolently resisting their oppressors.
Finally, here's an inventory of the peace activists' aid supplies.
How can you deny the evidence of your own eyes and ears? As always, the lawless and war-mongering Zionist entity must be stopped. (And, as ever, or at least since the Jenin "massacre", the methodology of "condem Israel first / gather facts later" serves very well.)
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