Of course, you could always report the post itself with a note attached, but this way works too. Thanks. Offending posts have been removed. If I've missed any, please be sure to let us know.
You're welcome. I did not want EnviroLink to get in trouble.
You've only missed 3 posts. Not bad. I've flagged these three missed offending posts with some (not very clear) explanations, but I am posting them here anyway. I've made the quotations which contain more than two sentences in red. Last post actually has at least 4 quotations, which I believe is against forum rules also.
1. You have missed this post which is fifth from the top of the page 5 (violation quote contains 3 long sentences).
dog breath wrote:
I know why they get a hard time yet those same people don't seem to bat much of an eye when it comes to terrorists and will put up with much more from them.one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.
US involvement around the world will tell you that. Look at the history of the Taliban and Bin Laden, they were trained and funded by the USA , to fight the Soviets in Apghanistan... they would have been 'freedom fighters' now they are terrorists. How have they actually changed other than who they are fighting? I do not support hamas, but I do support the Palestinian people who have been denied basic human rights and dignity in their own homeland...which was taken from them.
Did you ever wonder why Israel does what it does and the UN can not stop them, even though there have been many dozen attempts over the years...the US protects them on the world stage. Recent actions by the President of Israel, Olmert, should give you cause for concern...see links below...either he does have the sway he claims which should make the hair on your neck stand up, or alternately, he's mad (which is not a good thing either in a leader running a war like this...)...
http://news.antiwar.com/2009/01/12/olme ... gaza-vote/
Olmert Brags About Embarrassing Rice in UN Gaza Vote
Israeli Prime Minister Demanded Bush Halt Lecture to Stop Gaza Truce Vote
Posted January 12, 2009
Taking a short break from lashing out at the international media for reporting the growing civilian death toll in the Gaza Strip, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert spoke in detail about the events leading up to the US abstention from the United Nations Security Council’s vote on the Gaza Strip ceasefire...http://www.antiwar.com/ips/luban.php?articleid=14061
Olmert's Claims Revive Israel Lobby Controversy
by Daniel Luban
The U.S. State Department fiercely denied claims made by Ehud Olmert about his influence over President George W. Bush, in an incident that has stirred up old debates about the role of the Israeli government and the so-called "Israel lobby" in formulating Middle East policy in Washington...http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/co ... 99401.html...Although Israel is sometimes described as an American client state, which receives huge financial subsidy from Washington, she is unique as a client state: she can do exactly as she likes in the knowledge that she will never be seriously restrained by her sponsor. Even when the White House is privately irritated by Israeli actions, Congress is absolutely reliable, never knowingly outbid in its unswerving loyalty. During the bombardment of Lebanon in the summer of 2006, the House of Representatives passed a resolution of total solidarity with Israel by 410 votes to eight, and the Senate has just passed another on a hand vote, not even bothering to take a formal tally.
2. Then there are this post on page 4, fourth from the bottom (4 sentences).
dog breath wrote:
and this , one more for the road...it was Israel, not Hamas, who broke this ceasefire, they did it in November by raiding across the border and killing 6 people...why? doesn't matter, it was a violation of the ceasefire...but Hamas is being blamed for starting all this by breaking the ceasfire 2 weeks ago...that's Bull...
CNN Reports Israel Broke The Cease Fire
Israel broke the cease fire in November. This video clip recounts the series of events and puts the blame on Israel. So one should ask, why is the media saying HAMAS broke the cease fire? Why would they lie?
3. And this one also on page 4, fifth from the bottom of that page. (4 sentences).
dog breath wrote:
The ‘Oldest Hatred’
In Toronto, anti-Israel demonstrators yell “You are the brothers of pigs!”, and a protester complains to his interviewer that “Hitler didn’t do a good job.”
In Fort Lauderdale, Palestinian supporters sneer at Jews, “You need a big oven, that’s what you need!”http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=Zj ... M1YjU2Zjc=
not nice,not nice at all. but do you ever stop to consider where this anger comes from? its not genetic or inherent in their culture. Its because of what's been happening to Palestinians in Palestine for the last 60 odd years...by every international standard, Israel is committing war crimes right now and has for 60 years. Yes Hamas also commit war crimes, but that does not excuse the government and military of israel for what they have been doing. read up on it...I have posted here a few more interesting links for you...
just as you can find Arabs spewing hatred for Jews (when this should be focused on Israel , not on Jews in general), you will find Jews spewing the same sentiments about palestinians. that is a two way street....If you look around the internet you will find jewish critics of Israel's behaviour, you will find christian churches, law societies, labour unions, etc....and the UN, criticising it...
try this one for example, and its not limited to Arabs in this case...this is a 'settler' (where is he settling???).
Drunken Israeli ‘settler’ threatening British film crew…
this one is open to interpretation but I linked it as it was posted...
http://news.antiwar.com/2009/01/12/isra ... -killings/
Israeli Sightseers Flock to Border to Watch Gaza Killings
Picnicking on Hill Overlooking Gaza, Israelis Engage in World's Creepiest Spectator Sport
and even your fellow, christian americans, can see what's happening for what it is...
http://www.sltrib.com/opinion/ci_11409100Occupation of Palestine the root cause of conflict
“In November I traveled to the occupied Palestinian Territories with two fellow Utahns. Our purpose was to witness first hand the current situation in Israel and Palestine and to attend a peace and justice conference...
I applied for a permit to visit Gaza well ahead of my visit. I had planned to take a donation to the Episcopal Church's Hospital in Gaza and discuss with them how our group here in Utah might help... “
and perhaps the UN might know what its talking about?
http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middl ... 83968.html
UN watchdog condemns war on Gaza
A resolution condemning Israel's military offensive in Gaza has been adopted by the UN Human Rights Council.
The non-binding resolution, approved in Geneva on Monday, said Israel's operation had "resulted in massive violations of human rights of the Palestinian people".
this is not an 'eye for an eye' or justifiable self defence...its like beating someone to death for trying to take your seat on the bus...its hugely disproportionate, and its war crimes...