Thursday, October 21, 2010

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Jews Assist in Killing 300,000 Black African Christians

So the news comes out.  Never one to miss a chance to bash Israel, Reuters and BBC News suspended their brains to report on a new United Nations report about weapon sales to Sudan.

The UN report, which China is trying to block as inflammatory, inaccurate, and relying on non-expert expert analysis, says…

From The Panel of Experts on Sudan - the group that monitors compliance with a 2005 arms embargo in place for Darfur (where the Islamic Sudanize government has been accused of empowering and equipping local Muslim and Arab militias such as the government-allied Janjaweed Islamic Jihadi militias to be genocidal against southern Sudan black african christians). 

The report says that 12 brands of bullet casings where found at sites of attacks on U.N./African Union peacekeepers in Darfur came from China. Four other types were manufactured in Sudan, and two varieties were from Israel. 

To knowingly sell Sudan ammunition for use in Darfur would be a violation of the sanctions.  The United Nations estimates up to 300,000 people died in the humanitarian crisis after Khartoum mobilized militias to quell the revolt.

Now most of the noise over this report deals with China and their response, which is to try to suppress the report.  And almost every news source that’s reporting it is ONLY concerned with China and their response to the report.

But not Reuters and the BBC.  They insist on continuing to point out that Israel’s involved ALSO.

Now think about that for a second.  That would require Israel to be selling mass quantities of ammunition to a nearby Muslim dictatorship for equipping their Jihadi militias to commit genocide.

You’d have to be pretty rabidly anti-semitic to buy that one.  Guess that explains Reuters and the BBC.

(Sources – Reuters, BBC Audio among others.)


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