Friday, May 23, 2014

 What are the goals of the BDS movement?

From the pen of a BDS-supporter, mover and shaker, comes a vision for a one-state solution:

There is only conflict between you and us: only conflict.  I even cringe when I see you protests because I know how deeply racist you are and how much you suffer from self-admiration and delusions.  But your delusions are good for us: you won't know what will hit you in the future in response to all the war crimes that you have committed against our people.  You may hear a cheer or two from a handful of puppets of your occupation, or from a propagandist or two in Saudi publications.  But the conflict will continue:  It will only end by the end of that Zionist entity and an end to the occupation of Palestine.  And once the Palestinian refugees are returned to their homes all over Palestine, I will make sure that you get decent rents in the formerly Palestinian refugee camps because we may be a bit short of space for the occupiers then.  Oh, one more word: go and shed more tears for Mubarak and ask him for space in his Sharam Ash-Shaykh hospital. 

And here is Norman Finkelstein, providing the glossary necessary to understand these goals:

"... the BDS movement “think they are really clever” by covering up their real intentions when they call for a “three-tier” agenda of ending the occupation, demanding the right of return for all Palestinian refugees and equal rights for all Arabs in Israel. “You know and I know what the result is. There is no Israel!” he said."


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