Couple the clampdown on free speech in which only the views from one side of the debate are ever heard, and the complete brainwashing of society with that one sided view, and you’ll have an Ireland completely at odds with Jewish self determination and the right to defend itself.
Here’s a film maker who has chosen to walk a lonely path in Ireland’s artist community, due to his awakening to the truth behind the Arabs’ conflict with Israel, which speaks greatly of his courage and moral compass. He’s been confronted with a reality that runs counter to the one carefully prepared for him by his peers and society at large.
Nicky Larkin not only challenges himself, but his countrymen as well, by sharing this completely different Irish perspective on the conflict. It’s a perspective rarely discussed in Ireland, let alone mulled over, which speaks greatly of the vice-grip hold anti-Israel forces have on that society. Larkin’s efforts offer a ray of hope that rational and reasonable debate on the conflict is indeed possible in Ireland, lets hope that his colleagues take up the challenge.
Nicky’s story continues at Vlad Tepes. It’s compelling reading. He is a courageous man.
‘Forty Shades of Grey’ will premiere in Dublin in May.
The United States has been working with Egypt to stop the fighting between Israel and the neighboring Gaza Strip in consultations that have not included the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Diplomatic sources said Egypt and the United States were consulting to persuade the Hamas regime in the Gaza Strip to agree to a ceasefire. They said Egypt was pressing the administration of President Barack Obama to offer diplomatic incentives to Hamas, including the establishment of a political dialogue…
Islamic Jihad put out an announcement saying that they refuse to consider a cease-fire from their rocket attacks. And the reason seems to be that they think that they are winning.
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