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Big Al Whittle BS: News interview for Keith & Bob... (523* d) RE: BS: News interview for Keith & Bob... 01 Apr 18

i'm not lying.
outright or otherwise.

My aunt was politician, who travelled extensively through the middle east. The countries surrounding Israel made no bones about it. They wanted it gone.

What do you think the reaction of Theodore Roosevelt would have been if you had asked him to return the lands occupied by Indians in the 1830's. That is a similar time to the time Israel has been there.

The arab nations have got extreme wealth. If they ran their countries like modern democracies, they would be as contented as its possible to be. But they don't. Their human rights records are bloody awful. They make no attempt to educate and employ their citizens. They just blame everyone else. The West in general and Israel in particular.

I get on average twenty e-mails from discontented English liberals bitching about Israel for every one about human rights abuses in arab countries.

I said to one guy - you are swamping my inbox with e-mails about Israel being a bastard. He suggested I unfriend him - he will think no less of me, he says.

Its not even that I disagree. Israel should behave better. But for godsake - you're all old enough - you were there in 1967 at the time of the 6 day war. The anti Israel rhetoric couldn't have been any plainer. That is the unchanged agenda - the elimination of Israel.

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