Roslyn Ross

Roslyn Ross

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12 months ago @ http://www.information... -  \'Waging Peace\'... · 16 replies · +7 points

Having spent a lot of time in both Russia and the US, I have long been struck by how alike Americans and Russians are. Both warm, welcoming people, convinced of their own benign nature at work in the world, despite evidence to the contrary, and astonished that others would fear them.

Cut from the same cloth they are, which is often the way although the Russians have a better sense of humour and don't take themselves as seriously as Americans do. Then again, they have thousands of years of history and the Americans are very young and very new.

12 months ago @ http://www.information... - One State: An exile\'s... · 0 replies · +8 points

Of course one state is the only answer. Given the trivial size of UN Mandated Israel, the only borders the Israelis could ever hope to possibly defend in a court of law, and the fact Israel has made two States impossible, one State is the only solution. Just as it was in apartheid South Africa.

The setting up of a religious State which demanded superiority and majority for followers of one religion, Jews, in someone else's country, Palestine, in 1947, ranks as the greatest colonial atrocity in modern history. In the wake of the carnage of WWII the Zionists got away with their genocidal scheme but now, 74 years on, times have changed and enough is enough.

The raison d'etre for Israel never existed and most Jews did not, do not and will never live in UN Mandated Israel. None have a right to be in Occupied Palestine. A State for Jews being necessary was a lie. If Israel had acted honourably and sensibly instead of stupidly and in bigotry, it would have created one state to be shared equally by the European colonists and the native Palestinians long ago. Just as other nations, calling themselves Western democracies have done, i.e. Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the US. Jews live happily as minorities in such places so why the racist demand that Jews have to dominate non-Jews in Zionist Israel?

Unfortunately Zionism, an atheist political movement, ironically, was founded in bigotry toward non-Jews even if most of the early Zionists, and even today, were never real Jews. There is no such thing as an atheist Jew. Israel was also founded on Palestine in a time of intense cultural/racial bigotry toward Arabs. Not only were non-Jews considered to be inferior humans, but Palestinian Arab non-Jews were considered to be subhuman.

We know Israel has never had a problem with Arabs or Palestinians because in 1947 it gave immediate citizenship to all Arab Palestinian Jews, thereby demonstrating that being a follower of Judaism, or, in the case of the atheist Zionists, pretending to be a Jew, could eradicate the taint conferred by all other religions, races and nationalities.

It is ironic that the atheist Zionists demanded Palestine because of religious beliefs when such beliefs meant nothing to them. Needs must for how can you milk money from Jews without playing along with their religious beliefs. Israel has done nothing but give Jews and Judaism a bad name..

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5 years ago @ http://www.information... - Comment -  Saying... · 0 replies · +6 points

If Climate Change is a reality, as in different to the normal climate change of this planet, there remains no proof it is caused by miniscule humans.

Indeed, the greatest danger to this planet is not fossil fuel but the drowning of the environment in synthetic medications, antibiotics, chemical fertilizers and plastic.

5 years ago @ http://www.information... - If U.S. Television Sho... · 0 replies · +2 points


The Jews/Zionists confect all sorts of crap to try to pretend they have some link with the Middle East. Walk the streets of Tel Aviv and many of the 'Jewish' Israelis are blonde, blue-eyed Germanics. Ashkenazi, as you say.

Very few Jews have any Semitic links. The orthodox who are inbred come close but most Jews do not. There are more Christians and Muslims with semitic links than Jews but that does not give them rights to the Middle East.

Indeed, the ancient Egyptians were talking about the Palestinians, fighting with them, trading with them, negotiating with them for 2,000 years before they mentioned wiping out a couple of tribes in Palestine, Israel and Judea, who had set up camp in the place.

5 years ago @ http://www.information... - If U.S. Television Sho... · 2 replies · +13 points

There never was a two state solution and that always was Israel's call.

The crime the Palestinians commit, is first and foremost because they are not Jewish and therefore inferior human beings, if not subhuman, and secondly because they dare to resist occupation by those superior Jews. Except of course most Israeli Jews are not Jews but pretend Jews who are atheists.

5 years ago @ http://www.information... - American Pravda: Oddit... · 1 reply · +20 points

This is a fascinating article which is brave in the extreme. Unless we understand our history, and that includes followers of religions like Judaism, we will never understand who we are.

A study of history, open, objective, free is the only way to gain insight into how cultures, religions, people, become who and what they are. History is about studying facts, not casting blame.

Sanctifying Jews and Judaism has created the horror that is Israel. Israelis deserve better, so do Palestinians and so does the world.

5 years ago @ http://www.information... - Palestine Lost · 0 replies · +3 points

It matters not a toss where Jews lived. Religions do not get land rights.

5 years ago @ http://www.information... - Palestine Lost · 0 replies · +2 points

Israel may not be going anywhere but its occupation, colonisation and apartheid nature certainly is. There will be a one-state solution and it will not be a backward religious state, but a democracy and the Palestinians will be a majority and there will be right of return for the 8 million Palestinians in the Diaspora and Israel will probably be returned to what it has always been, Palestine.

Your Biblical State of bigotry on that count is doomed. The Palestinians have rights to their land the European Zionist colonists do not.

5 years ago @ http://www.information... - For May, The ‘Sp... · 0 replies · 0 points

Nations do not have friends, they have interests.

5 years ago @ http://www.information... - For May, The ‘Sp... · 0 replies · 0 points

You are kidding. The special relationship has always meant craven compliance. At least since the Second World War.