Thanks,OZ! A voice of sanity amid the canned propaganda.
From the Jerusalem Post:
Australia will no longer refer to Jerusalem as 'occupied'.
"'Occupied East Jerusalem' is a term freighted with pejorative implications, which is neither appropriate nor useful," says Australian FM.
Thanks, FM Julie Bishop and Atty General George Brandis.
Read full story at:
Now, the U.S. should allow "Israel" be listed as a person's nation of
birth when the person was born in Jerusalem. Currently, the passport of
a U.S. citizen born in Jerusalem only indicates that city without
mention of any nation. This is currently being disputed in federal
My passport, however, shows that I was born in California, USA (place
David E. Ross
Climate: California Mediterranean, see
Just so you know, do NOT include me in that thank you.
Anything, and I do mean anything, that either Julie Bishop or that
supremely disgusting creature George Brandis do will always be so highly
suspect that I wouldn't believe God himself if he told me it was a
No doubt what Brandis (spit, vomit) and that nasty piece of work Bishop
are doing and or saying would be against at least 50,000 UN findings and
probably highly immoral, unethical and nonsensical and no doubt being
done for monetary gain for their party or its adherents.
On Thursday, June 5, 2014 10:58:41 PM UTC-7, Fran Farmer wrote:
Ooops! Just got my head handed to me. Sorry, Fran; didn't know you were in Oz.
I try to keep on youse guys; never forget my glorious 6 weeks Down Under (Oz & EnZed); would love to go back.
But evidently haven't kept up on the politics.
Can you direct me to a reasonably non-partisan analysis of those two politicians? Would be grateful.
Yes, it is less so in the Security Council.
The USA has been very effective in using its power of vetoto protect
Israel from UN Security Council sanctions. At least 41 times the US has
used that veto power to protect Israel:
And Israel ignores sanctions:
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