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"Gaza and the Cuban missile crisis"

 
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"Gaza and the Cuban missile crisis"
As President, in 1962, Kennedy confronted the Cuban missile crisis. At the time, it was said, that Kennedy's handling of that crisis was also a profile in courage. While I'm just a little too young to remember the Cuban missile crisis, I studied it in college, and I am convinced that most Americans at that time (and even today) do not appreciate how close their country was to a nuclear war.
Ken Blackwell compares Kennedy's leadership during the Cuban missile crisis with Barack Obama's handling of the flotilla last week. The comparison is stunning. [link to biggovernment.com]


Compare today’s response of daylight not showing between us and our Israeli allies, then peeping through, with the clear, hard determination of President Kennedy when we were threatened by Soviet missiles in Cuba, or, “Cuber,” as our brave young leader pronounced it. Here’s how Kennedy described U.S. actions on 22 October 1962:
To halt this offensive buildup a strict quarantine on all offensive military equipment under shipment to Cuba is being initiated. All ships of any kind bound for Cuba from whatever nation or port will, if found to contain cargoes of offensive weapons, be turned back. This quarantine will be extended, if needed, to other types of cargo and carriers. We are not at this time, however, denying the necessities of life as the Soviets attempted to do in their Berlin blockade of 1948.


Is this not precisely what the Israelis were trying to do with Gaza? Cuba was 90 miles off our shores. Gaza is right there. What were the Israelis attempting to do other than to inspect “all ships of any kind?” Didn’t the U.S. plan to do precisely that with Soviet freighters approaching Cuba? And if one those Soviet ships had decided to defy the U.S. quarantine, we probably did not plan to send in boarding parties. Kennedy probably planned instead to send a shell through their pilot house. The Israelis are being blamed for not sinking the Turkish ferry.
The Israelis allow the “necessities of life” to get through to Gaza. But they join with Arab Egypt in a blockade that attempts to prevent weapons from going in to Gaza. In Gaza, “humanitarian” aid takes the form of ambulances that transport rockets and hospitals that store them....

Read more: [link to israelmatzav.blogspot.com]
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06/11/2010 06:24 PM
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Operation Northwoods

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06/11/2010 06:30 PM
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You´re the first one. With your attitude you´re doing an enormous damage to your country.
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Americans did the same...where were you to scream about Cuba's blockade?
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You´re the first one. With your attitude you´re doing an enormous damage to your country.
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my attitude is showing the truth, yours is to annoy me...lala
I dont hear you!
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You´re the first one. With your attitude you´re doing an enormous damage to your country.


my attitude is showing the truth, yours is to annoy me...lala
I dont hear you!
 Quoting: ~GAIA~

with a friend like gaia, who needs enemies?
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06/11/2010 06:36 PM
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where were you to scream about Cuba's blockade?
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this was in 1962 gaia......
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06/11/2010 06:38 PM
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-Who is behind the radical israeli government?
-Who is funding them?
-How come they had deadly weapons with them? Were they orederd to kill?
-Why were extremely large sums of money stolen by israelis via confiscated credit crads?
-Why and for what purpose did the israelies do that?

The world needs to know the whole picture and we will ensure that the whole picture is made public.
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Operation Northwoods

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Americans did the same...where were you to scream about Cuba's blockade?
 Quoting: ~GAIA~

so? whats the point? How would yolu like it if someone put a blockade on you hater?

Oh i am sorry. You would play the victim card and yell
" anti semite " on them!

Because: You may do anything you wish but others (goyim like us) may not.. is that it?
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06/11/2010 06:45 PM
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More Epic Kitten Failure.

So sad GAIA.

Really, so sad...
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06/11/2010 06:57 PM
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Mujahid and Gaia are an item it would appear.


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06/11/2010 07:09 PM
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Much more interesting is that the Cuba embargo is still alive and well, long after that missile crisis in the 1960's.

For "humanitarian reasons", "to promote a democratic development". Google it.
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06/11/2010 07:28 PM
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Speak up kitten.

hf
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Where is the Kitten?
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06/11/2010 10:15 PM
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06/11/2010 10:42 PM
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Re: "Gaza and the Cuban missile crisis"
Much more interesting is that the Cuba embargo is still alive and well, long after that missile crisis in the 1960's.

For "humanitarian reasons", "to promote a democratic development". Google it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 980315


Cheer up! Here's some good news! 5a

THE WEEKLY STANDARD has learned that senior Obama administration officials have been telling foreign governments that the administration intends to support an effort next week at the United Nations to set up an independent commission, under UN auspices, to investigate Israel's behavior in the Gaza flotilla incident. The White House has apparently shrugged off concerns from elsewhere in the U.S. government that a) this is an extraordinary singling out of Israel, since all kinds of much worse incidents happen around the world without spurring UN investigations; b) that the investigation will be one-sided, focusing entirely on Israeli behavior and not on Turkey or on Hamas; and c) that this sets a terrible precedent for outside investigations of incidents involving U.S. troops or intelligence operatives as we conduct our own war on terror.

While UN Ambassador Susan Rice is reported to have played an important role in pushing for U.S. support of a UN investigation, the decision is, one official stressed, of course the president's.
[link to weeklystandard.com]

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Operation Northwoods

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Americans did the same...where were you to scream about Cuba's blockade?
 Quoting: ~GAIA~


You seem to like blockades against populations. The one against Gaza is just as despicable as the one against Cuba.





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