Thursday, November 7, 2013
ADMISSION OF GUILT?
by Val Koinen
November 7, 2013
According to this article, "The Israeli regime has denied any connection to the death of Yasser Arafat, the late leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization." And, "There is no Israeli connection to this in any way."
Aha! I knew it! I guess that tells us all we need to know -- being the lying bunch of snakes that the Jews/Israelis are, I think we can take their denials as proof positive that they did the deed. Crime solved. Case closed. (Remember the standard test for Jewish veracity: "How do you know when a Jew is lying? Simple: when his mouth is moving.")
Now, if Israeli officialdom had made a public statement to the effect that "yeah, we did it -- we offed the creepy little pain-in-the-arse, and he's not the only one;" that would have set me to thinking: "hmmm, I wonder who had the motivation, means, and opportunity to do such a terrible deed?" "Who would stand to gain from this?" "What country or group has ever done this kind of thing before?" "We've got to dig into this further and come up with some answers!" There's a real perpetrator out there, and we've got to find out who it is!"
And in the extremely unlikely event that it was not the Israelis directly, but some Arafat adversary or dissident group, at the very least we should be tipped off to the need to look for a connection to complicity on the part of the Mossad or some other Israeli entity.