Friday, June 11, 2010

Video: Gaza O Gaza!


Um, this is the “poor” Gaza that is suffering under Israel’s blockade? If marble floors, BMWs, beautiful beaches and tons of food are the new standards of “suffering”, then I think I want to be downright miserable.

What I find so shameful is that there are real needy people in the world, desperate for humanitarian aid, and gullible Western governments are wasting that aid on a bunch of con artists. 

Atlas Shrugs has more images and info on “poor” Gaza here and here. The posts are real eye openers.

9 comments:

foxmuldar said...

Unlike Israel, the people in GAZA don't have to worry about being bombarded with rockets when shopping at the market.

Kelsey (Uffda) said...

Poor wittle Gaza. (sniff)

Linda said...

Gaza produce looks much better than my local Wal-Mart produce!!! I'm jealous.

Rachel Ann said...

There certainly are. Some of them are here in Israel. I work for a charity that actually helps impoverished children and families; food, clothing, school supplies, dental care...anyway, I don't want to use this blog to advertise for my org...but if you go to my blog you'll find a link. Thanks for posting Clifton!

biild said...

I have genuinely been under the impression the state of affairs was 180 deg opposite of the anecdotal evidence in this "expose"... shows the power of main stream media propaganda as a continuous stream of "conventional wisdom" misinformation.

thank you for the post

trinity said...

Thanks for posting this, Clifton. It is definitely an eye opener. Suffering in Gaza...yeah, right.

Teki Setsu said...

They should create a series of high-end Mediterranean resorts in Gaza.

Just a conservative girl said...

This is only telling part of the story.

I lived near Gaza for about 6 months. There is a great deal of poverty there. Now, that was quite a while ago.

Many people are unable to get to work because the check points get closed down or they sometimes take several hours to get through. Now, that is mainly because of a rocket or recent bombing.

The story is much more complicated than this shows.

theleftgirl said...

you are showing complete bull crap

its like saying "oh there is no poverty in New Orleans, everyone recovered and there is no more crime."

and you show the nice houses of the old money, and the high realestate, but you stay away from the inner city and the french quarters...

New Orleans, oh, new orleans...

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