Archive for December 2nd, 2017


King and Emperor

Human Wrongs Watch

By Uri Avnery*


ZIONISM IS an anti-Semitic creed. It was so right from the beginning.


Uri Avnery

Already the founding father, Theodor Herzl, a Viennese writer, penned some pieces with a clear anti-Semitic slant. For him, Zionism was not just a geographical transplantation, but also a means of turning the despicable commercial Jew of the Diaspora into an upright, industrious human being.

Herzl traveled to Russia in order to win the support of their anti-Semitic, pogrom-inciting leaders for his project, promising to take the Jews off their hands.

Indeed, it was always a main plank of Zionist propaganda that only in the future Jewish state will Jews be able to live a normal life. The slogan was to “overturn the social pyramid” – putting it on a sound basis of workers and farmers, instead of speculators and bankers.

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Slave Markets in ‘liberated’ Libya and the Silence of the Humanitarian Hawks

Human Wrongs Watch

By Neil Clark*

1 Dec, 2017 (RT)* — The reports that black Africans are being sold at slave markets in ‘liberated’ Libya for as little as $400 is a terrible indictment of the so-called ‘humanitarian intervention’ carried out by NATO to topple the government of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.

A shot of the living conditions inside a detention centre in Libya. Credit: UN Migration Agency (IOM)

In March 2011 virtue-signaling Western ‘liberal’ hipsters teamed up with hardcore neocon warmongers to demand action to ‘save’ the Libyan people from the ‘despotic’ leader who had ruled the country since the late 1960s. “Something has to be done!” they cried in unison.

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UN Emergency Relief Appeals for Record $22.5 Billion in Humanitarian Aid for 2018

Human Wrongs Watch

A record level of aid funding – more than $22.5 billion – is needed to deliver lifesaving assistance around the world in 2018, the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator on 1 December 2017 said.

Internally displaced women and children at a World Food Programme (EFP) center in Mogadishu, Somalia. Thousands of people poured into the Somali capital in mid-2017 in search for food and water at the severe drought takes hold in remote rural regions. Photo by Giles Clarke for Getty/OCHA

Announcing the Global Humanitarian Appeal, Mark Lowcock said that an estimated 136 million people face urgent needs because of protracted conflicts, natural disasters, epidemics and displacement.
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