13 US Activists Arrested for Protesting US Senators' Unquestioning Support of Israel

Vatic Note:  I find it typical that these US Senators wanted these senior citizens arrested.  What can we expect when these same senators are in support of Eugenics and starving seniors by cutting their food stamps.  Some as low as $15, just enough to make the senators legal under the food stamp program because they qualify, the senators can't cut them off, so they don't give them enough to survive on. 

I called them a bunch of nazi's before and they got upset, but that is exactly what Rockefeller funded during WW II,  Dr. Mengeles Eugenics program for Nazi Germany.  Nice, huh?   And we think the Muslims are bad?  Wrong.  These khazars make Muslims look like children, since the khazars will eat your organs if you make them mad. 

Or slit the throat of a baby they created and drink its blood.  Sorry, but you guys better take the time to research before you make an opinion that will cost you like nothing you can ever imagine.

Tough.... truth is a bother.... isn't it? Whatever you do, DO NOT GIVE UP  YOUR GUNS NO MATTER WHAT.  Even Putin told us not to do it since the Russians gave up their guns to the zionists and look what happened to them.

13 US Activists Arrested for Protesting US Senators' Unquestioning Support of Israel
by Celine Hagbard - IMEMC News,  Sept 3, 2014
Two New Jersey senators were the subject of a protest, last Tuesday, which called for an end to what they termed “a blank check for Israel's crimes”. 13 of the dozens of protesters who participated in the action were arrested for an act of civil disobedience by staging a sit-in at the office.
New Jersey protesters in jail after sit-in (image by mondoweiss.net)
New Jersey protesters in jail after sit-in (image by mondoweiss.net)
(VN: notice at least those in this photo are senior citizens.... read my vatic note about that.  They are dispensable.  You have no idea what you are dealing with here.  Get righteously mad.... and take a damn stand)

New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez, the co-author of a July Resolution (Senate Resolution 498) that offered full and complete support for Israel's actions in Gaza, was one of the targets of the protest.  (VN: he should join Udall of Colorado and Bennett of Colorado who also signed that letter of loyalty to Israel.  Traitors, all of them that did.)

The other was New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, the top recipient of campaign and other contributions from the Zionist lobbying group known as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

Booker also faced protests when he traveled to Oregon last week to speak at a fundraising dinner for Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley, also an unquestioning supporter of Israeli policies.  (VN: good!! Another one to add to the treason list)

Steven Shalom, who writes for the Mondoweiss blog, said about Tuesday's protest: “The U.S. Senate has played a shameful role during the recent Israeli assault on Gaza, twice voting 100-0 to give its full support to Israel, saying nothing about its violations of international humanitarian law (indeed, condemning the United Nations’ Human Rights Council for deigning to investigate war crimes), nothing about the blockade of Gaza, and nothing about the occupation, while promising Israel still more weapons.

“All this, while more than 2,100 Gazans have been killed, with civilians constituting 85 percent of those whose status has been determined thus far. Families were blown to smithereens in their homes. More than 100,000 people lost their homes. UN refugee shelters were repeatedly struck. Artillery was used in densely populated areas, leveling entire neighborhoods. High-rise buildings were demolished. Water and power facilities were struck...
.(VN: wait til they do it here and blame it on someone else like they did the USS Liberty and the USS Cole and 9-11.)

“The real aim of the blockade has been openly acknowledged by Israeli officials: not so tight as to cause starvation, but just enough to—in the felicitous words of senior Israeli government advisor Dov Weisglass—put Gaza’s one and three quarter million people “on a diet.” Former Israeli President Shimon Peres once expressed bewilderment as to why Palestinians didn’t turn Gaza into another flourishing Singapore; he apparently forgot that becoming a trade entrepôt requires that you’re allowed to trade. To become a Singapore you need to be allowed to establish a seaport and an airport.)”

The two New Jersey Senators who were targeted by the protests refused to meet with their constituents or even to send a representative to meet with the people they supposedly represent.

Instead, their staff called in police to haul off the protesters as the protesters read off the names of the nearly 500 Palestinian children who were killed in the 50-day long Israeli assault on Gaza in July and August.

The demands of the protesters were as follows. They demanded that their Senators:

Rescind S. Res. 498, July 17, 2014, co-sponsored by Sens. Menendez, Booker, and 77 others, passed unanimously, which supported Israel’s military actions in Gaza, condemned Hamas, and made no mention of the horrendous toll on Gaza’s civilian population of the Israeli attacks.

Rescind S. Res. 526, July 29, 2014, co-sponsored by Sen. Menendez and 6 others, passed unanimously, again supporting Israel’s military actions, condemning the UN’s Human Rights Council for deciding to investigate human rights violations, and calling for more military aid to Israel (not just for Iron Dome).

Introduce legislation rejecting all military aid to Israel (as urged by Amnesty International), which has enabled the commission of war crimes.

Call for an end to U.S. diplomatic actions designed to block the United Nations and the International Criminal Court from trying to obtain Israel’s compliance with international law.

Demand the immediate lifting of the blockade of Gaza, a collective punishment imposed in violation of international law.

Insist that the United States government not support Israel’s continuing settlements and its ongoing occupation.

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