We Are NOT A “hate Site”

It has come to our attention that some dude called Brian Despain [Link removed at the request of a person] has been going around claiming that this blog is a “supporter of terrorism” and is filled with “anti-Semitic hate speech”. We are sorry to disappoint him, but we are not a hate site. Our blog are filled with articles from Jews, Christians and Muslims who are against the brutal occupation of Israel on the Palestinian people. That is our primary goal, to expose Israel of its crimes over the decades. We are not affiliated with Fatah, Hamas, PLO, or anyone else.

Perhaps Mr. Despain is being a hypocrite. He is after all living in a part of the world where freedom of expression and free speech are touted as the pinnacle of basic human values. For him to go around smearing our good name by branding this as a “hate site” (after thirty seconds!) goes to show his bias, hatred and anti-Islam tendencies towards the Palestinians and the Palestinian people. We have no problems with Jews, whether those living in Israel or elsewhere. We however have issues with Zionism and how the Israeli government is handling the Conflict and we will openly criticise their wrongdoings. We will not be silenced or blackmailed.

You claim that it took you 30 seconds to figure out that this is a “hate site”. Well, pal, it seems that you need to dig in a little deeper and spend more time than that to figure out what is our position with regard to Israel and their occupation of Palestine. We will not hesitate to close down this blog once a just solution is achieved and Israel gives the Palestinian people the dignity and freedom it deserves. Until then, you can go around bitching about us but we will still be around, and I am sure LoudLaunch will see our position as well.


  1. Please do not worry, these people are like flies from a portable toilet trying to find something clean to land on and you are so squeaky clean it probably scared them.

    No matter what you say or do, these Islamophobic’s or whatever other hate agenda they got going in their heads, they have to attack and it always amazes me how we are suppose to be the bad people.

    Best thing you can do is hold your head and know in your heart that you are doing what is right!

    As for the 30 second routine this is the most common thing with these people, I am amazed it took them that long, most spill their hate and I wonder to many times if they have reading disabilities.

  2. They do not have reading disabilities. Their purpose is to attack any site, book, person, which does not preach the mantra of Israel Uber Alles. It is a very deliberate campaign.
    However annoying they are, I am always happy to see them. They represent the death throes of an ideology which knows it can not endure much longer. Truth will out.


  3. Not a hate site? Let’s just take a look at some of the many fine posts here. Let’s start with the “About” section shall we? Why you have already edited it! Thankfully I kept a copy locally.

    Here’s what your About section said just a few days ago.

    “Since its establishment in 1948, Israel has been the Cancer of the Middle East, antagonising its neighbours and resorting to occupation, massacre and oppression of the Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza. If there is a modern-day State today which practices Terrorism as its principal foundations, Israel will fit the bill. The eventual aim of the Zionist project is to eventually establish a Jewish State “from the Nile to the Eupharates”. This is depicted by the two blue lines currently gracing the Israeli flag.”

    Hmm. What does it say now? Little bit different. Removed “Cancer” I see.

    [Admin: Whether it is removed or not, Israel still remains the “Cancer of the Middle East”.]

    Or this post


    Where you talk about defeating Israel. Not too much criticism about Israel there, just a call to destroy it.

    [Admin: There is NO call to “destroy Israel” there at all, sir. It is just your imagination.]

    I advertised with loudlaunch.com. I don’t have my money go to support your message. Loudlaunch agreed and canceled your account.

    Here’s another lovely post doubting Israel has a right to exist.


    [Admin: Instead of dealing with the message, you decided to shoot the messenger instead. How convenient.]

    In short I call them like I see them and in your case Loudlaunch agreed with my assessment. At no time have I “silenced or blackmailed” you. I am simply not under any obligation to support you.

    [Admin: Going around trying to make an issue out of this by spam commenting (yes, I call it spam!) on various blogs (ironically, some of my blogs got your comments as well) is not considered as “blackmail”? It is amusing. It is of course further more amusing to see you claiming that LoudLaunch is on your side. Be rest assured that no such thing has happened, LoudLaunch has removed your campaigns from all blogs which participated in them and is not going to take any orders from you ever again. And FYI, we have not been removed from LoudLaunch.]

    Funny thing is the more I dig into your site, the more anti-Israel and anti-American rants I find.

    Why here’s one where you call us the Great Satan!

    [Admin: It is of course only Satantic behaviour for a democracy to undermine another democracy. We are simply calling a spade a spade.]

    For what horrible crime you might ask? Why giving money to and supporting other people than Hamas in the elections. Why? Because it’s clear that Hamas isn’t a true partner for peace. That’s the way democracy works sometimes – someone wins an election and if you don’t like them you work to defeat them in an election!

    [Admin: I am sure many foreigners are willing to fund a campaign to destroy the United States via your version of democracy. I am sure you would like that very much.]

    I am sure that’s strange to you but why would I as an American support a site that calls my country the Great Satan?

    [Admin: And you are talking to an American. Amusing.]

  4. The fact that you claim that the Israeli flag means this “The eventual aim of the Zionist project is to eventually establish a Jewish State “from the Nile to the Eupharates”. This is depicted by the two blue lines currently gracing the Israeli flag.”

    Show you to be spreading a lie and hatred. Read the wikipedia entry on the Israeli flag.

    [Admin: I hardly see something factual as “spreading hate”.]

    SO you are an American living in Malaysia?


    [Admin: I was born in the States so by principle of jus soli that would make me an American.]

  5. But the blue lines in the Israeli flag don’t mean that AT ALL. They rather are from the tallit, the traditional Jewish prayer shawl.

    The Niles to Euphrates myth isn’t true. It’s a myth and the wikipedia article clearly shows it to be a myth. Furthermore did you even read the article?


    [Admin: Hardly a “myth” when it was stated as such by Israeli leaders:



  6. You are quoting a random blog run by who knows who. From the wikipedia – a better source than your random blog.

    It has been alleged by some groups that the blue stripes on the Israeli flag actually represent the rivers Nile and Euphrates, which some Zionist thinkers (such as Avraham Stern and Israel Eldad) had claimed as the boundaries of Eretz Yisrael, the land promised to the Jews by God. [7] Those making this allegation insist that the flag “secretly” represents the desire of Jews to conquer all of the land between the Nile and Euphrates rivers, which would involve conquering and ruling over much of Egypt, all of Jordan, and some of Syria and Iraq. Yasser Arafat also made the allegation, [8] and repeatedly tied this notion to the stripes on the Israeli flag. [9] [10]

    Both Zionist and anti-Zionist authors have debunked the claim that the stripes on the flag represent territorial ambitions. Daniel Pipes notes “In fact, the blue lines derive from the design on the traditional Jewish prayer shawl”, [11] and Danny Rubenstein points out that “…Arafat… added, in interviews that he gave in the past, that the two blue stripes on the Israeli flag represent the Nile and the Euphrates… No Israeli, even those who demonstrate understanding for Palestinian distress, will accept the… nonsense about the blue stripes on the flag, which was designed according to the colors of the traditional tallit (prayer shawl)…”[10] Persistent critic of Israel and Zionism Israel Shahak is equally explicit. In his The Zionist Plan for the Middle East he states

    A good example is the very persistent belief in the non-existent writing on the wall of the Knesset of the Biblical verse about the Nile and the Euphrates. Another example is the persistent, and completely false declarations, which were made by some of the most important Arab leaders, that the two blue stripes of the Israeli flag symbolize the Nile and the Euphrates, while in fact they are taken from the stripes of the Jewish praying shawl (Talit).

    Saqr Abu Fakhr, an Arab writer, has also spoken out against this idea. He demonstrates that the “Nile to Euphrates” claim regarding the flag is one of seven popular misconceptions and/or myths about Jews which, despite being unfounded and having abundant evidence refuting them, continue to circulate in the Arab world. [12]

    Nevertheless, the Hamas Covenant states “After Palestine, the Zionists aspire to expand from the Nile to the Euphrates,” and as recently as January 29, 2006, Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Zahar issued a demand for Israel to change its flag, citing the “Nile to Euphrates” argument

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