Tuesday, February 5, 2008

I Am No Where Near The Hero This Girl Is/Was

We should all be standing up at least 10% of what this hero did. What I do is nothing compared to what she has already done. What have you done lately?

Rachel Corrie


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

American's are no longer encouraged to be idealists for justice like Rachel Corrie was. Why? Because it conflicts with Zionism [Jewish apartheid], the reigning idealogy and agenda of the ruling powers of today's America. Zionism trumps everything: democracy, justice, truth, human rights... human decency.

northerntruthseeker said...

The Rachel Corrie story has been blocked by all the zionist controlled media around the world from getting any footing. We need to get her story out, as well as the USS Liberty story, for the world to see the truth about these murderers.

Pass this video around.... I know I will... Thanks again, Mike!

rxt78 said...

This was a difficult video to watch because it made me cry. I really don’t understand how anyone can watch this video without crying…it’s heart wrenching. I was moved. It was profound. Thanks Prothink for raising our consciousness to another level with this video.

Prothink: Your Quote:
“I Am No Where Near The Hero This Girl Is/Was

We should all be standing up at least 10% of what this hero did. What I do is nothing compared to what she has already done. What have you done lately?”

That’s not entirely true Prothink. Your website is a microcosm for social and political change and the end of the Jewish/Zionist/Israeli war party. Actually, all of us who are blogging/commenting through the Internet about Jews/Zionist/Israeli aggression in the M.E. are in our own way trying to change the world and make it a better place. In effect, those of us who are blogging/commenting on this dire situation in the M.E, are raising the consciousness of people so that they can also be a tool-instrument for social and political change. And I don’t think that this should be trivialized nor marginalized, as this is a noble objective.

There is a time and a place for everything, and Internet warriors (those blogging and commenting about Jews/Zionists/Israelis) are definitely needed for social and political change. Rachel just took her objectives to a different level, and yes she is heroic and commendable. Perhaps she has gone on to a better place to be a guardian angel for the suffering people in Palestine.

Currently, the situation in Palestine is dire. The Israeli’s are starving Palestinians-Gaza, shutting off their electricity and power, and denying them necessary medical treatment. If we chose to be weekend warriors on the computer spreading the word via the Internet about the evil-vile-nefarious objectives of Jews/Zionists/Israeli plans for world domination and perpetual war towards this plan, this should be construed as commendable and heroic also.

There may come a time however, when we will all have to confront these Jewish/Zionist/Israeli warmongers (as in an actual revolution). Where others have failed we will succeed. The future of our planet depends on all of us everyday in some way trying to change and make the world a better place, and stop the insanity of the Jewish/Zionist/Israeli war party.

Prothink said...

I understand that RXT78. I was just referring to the need for us to hit the streets with fliers and hit the population in America that doesn't have internet with information and how she not only hit the streets, but the streets of Palestine. I know what we do is very important. Just in comparison to what she did it makes me even more motivated to want to do more and use her dedication as a standard. I wonder if she knew how big of a criminal network she was up against. I am sure her parents have a good idea by this point...

rxt78 said...

Prothink's comment:

"I was just referring to the need for us to hit the streets with fliers and hit the population in America that doesn't have internet with information and how she not only hit the streets, but the streets of Palestine".

Ah yes, I totally agree with you - your points all well taken....there is definitely a need for some people to be out on the street and raising awareness about the Jewish/Zionist/Israeli crime network. Some people are in a fog (even though they function in jobs etc) - so disconnected from reality that it's scary. Yes, we need people out on the street also, so the sleeping sector of people in our society will wake the hell up, before it's too late.

Your quote:
"I wonder if she knew how big of a criminal network she was up against. I am sure her parents have a good idea by this point..."

Mike, I read last summer (I don't remember the link on the Internet) that Rachel's parents are in fact aware of this criminal network. So much so that the Jewish/Israeli/Zionist crime network here in the U.S. has asked Rachel's parents to speak at some of their events. What comes to mind in this scenario is: tricks, deception, manipulation, creating false trust, subterfuge.....etc.

There is no end to their deception. We the people have to be better and smarter than this, since compromising with evil is impossible.

Education and awareness is power. I have to believe that this power will supercede any evil-vile plans that the Jews/Zionists/Israeli's have for the planet.

Anonymous said...

I have an idea. Someone come up with printable fliers with the info. I am a Ron Paul supporter and plan to go on the march. As a Ron Paul supporter, I'm here to tell you that we're not sheeple. We do have eyes to see and ears to hear. We have self educated because Dr.Paul urged us to. Not everyone has had a chance to hear this kind of truth. Why doesn't everyone show up at the march and hand out fliers? You might be taken back by the responses you get. Thanks,1Corinthians1013