Sunday, 31 January 2016


Here is proof that THE so call humanitarian anti Zionists are nothing more than anti Semites. This kind of slaughter by ISIS goes on daily hundreds of thousands of men women and children are executed simply because they refuse to follow their religion of 'peace Does this remind you of something? Burning Alive? Drowning Alive, Beheading, Stoning, Hanging? Nazi Germany perhaps. and yet some of you sicko thinks its clever to compare it with the Israeli/Palestinian problems. Not even in the ball park.

Here are six easy questions and see if your intelligent enough to answer the question: here are the top 3

America from the native Indians.

North of Ireland by the English

Gibraltar by the English

Or is it only Israel that matters in your Eyes?

Let me give you a new statistic to focus on. Americans slaughtered over 100 million Native Americans

Here's something you should try exposing 11 million Muslim-on-Muslim killings since 1948 (Statistics) (these figures are pre ISIS so the number are rising daily) and what do you morons say. FUCK ALL! Why? because your scared.

Now please watch this video and place it on your Facebook, Blogs and your social media outlets.

Saturday, 30 January 2016

My 'Blog Spy' has informed me that some fucking loser is so desperate to find anti Semitic remarks that he has gone to a new time low by digging up 6 year old newspaper remarks made by the movie director Oliver Stone and then pasting (of course) about Jews controlling the media and that Hitler murdered a lot more Russians than Jews, not adding, of course, that the Russians solders died fighting the Germans during the war, the Jews, innocent men, women and children were simply marched to their death ether by being gassed, burnt alive in ovens, starved are shot for no reason other than they were Jews, that is 6 million of them!!! Do you now understand that you fucking moron??? Having to go back 6 years in desperation to find Jew hating remarks and then pretend in a very cowardly way by whimpering manner 'I'm not an anti Semite I am a Zionist hater' how pathetic is that??? You fucking coward to yellow to stand up and be counted.

So lets see here what Oliver Stone said trying to worm his way out of the offence remarks:

Oliver Stone apologises for claim Hitler was a 'scapegoat' in World War Two 'who did more damage to Russia than Jews'
UPDATED: 21:07 GMT, 28 July 2010
Director Oliver Stone has been forced to make a grovelling apology over an anti-Semitic outburst.
The double Academy Award winner claimed that the Russians suffered more during the Second World War and that there was a Jewish 'domination of the media'.
Stone also said that Jews had '****ed up' U.S. foreign policy for years and suggested the British supported Hitler.

The comments brought swift condemnation which forced the 63-year-old to make a contrite apology.
He said: 'In trying to make a broader historical point about the range of atrocities the Germans committed against many people, I made a clumsy association about the Holocaust, for which I am sorry and I regret.
'Jews obviously do not control media or any other industry
,' he said, adding that the Holocaust was an 'atrocity'.

In a misguided attempt to put the holocaust into context he said: " Hitler did far more damage to the Russians than the Jewish People during World War 2.

Surprise, Surprise he just 'happened' to be promoting his latest war movie!!!

This is the work of the Nazis after just one week of slaughter in Bergin Belsin Camp. The photo on the right are children simply being starved to death in the most agonising manner. Have a look at this Mr Stone and all of you who were not brave enough to show your disgust at his remarks

Sunday, 24 January 2016


This report from the Wall Street Journal:


The ritzy, sun-soaked Spanish coastal city of Marbella is beginning to resemble Southern California more than southern Spain, as a year-round population of about 140,000 grows and an additional 600,000 or more flock there in the summer for power-shopping, yacht-gazing and sunbathing on the beach.

The area’s key selling point is its welcoming microclimate: Tucked between the mountains and the Mediterranean, the city has cooler summers and warmer winters than its neighbors on Spain’s Costa del Sol, and more sun than its rival resorts farther up the Mediterranean coast.

In the 1960s and ’70s, it was a popular destination for European jet-setters with names like Onassis and Bismarck. But like much of southern Europe, Marbella saw prices plunge following the global economic turmoil of 2008. Now, the area is on the rebound, thanks to renewed interest from Middle Eastern and Scandinavian second-home buyers, better infrastructure and year-round appeal to younger buyers.

The Marbella market’s most expensive mansions are mainly in four areas. La Zagaleta and Sierra Blanca feature dramatic mountainside settings, while Los Monteros and the Golden Mile have serene beachfront estates. More centrally located, Sierra Blanca and the Golden Mile offer convenience.

The prices of Marbella’s high-end homes—generally defined as starting at €5 million, or about $5.4 million—dropped about 15% during the economic crisis, after peaking in 2006 and 2007, says Christopher Clover, founder of Panorama Properties, an associate office of Savills. Today, prices are at precrisis levels, he adds.

Recent sales in La Zagaleta include a 16,194-square-foot home for just under$9.8 million. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom villa has 1,722-square-feet of terraces, indoor and outdoor pools, and a home cinema. Marbella’s Tobal Arquitectos, which built about half of the development’s 230 existing homes, did the design.

Diego Tobal, a principal in the practice, says the market’s resurgence reflects a changing demographic in local high-end buyers. “People now live here year-round,” says the 36-year-old, who grew up in Marbella.

This new generation of homeowners may commute to Central or Northern Europe during the week and spend long weekends in the sun, he says. He also has clients now based in the area full-time, including Jesper Buch, a Danish investor in tech start-ups in the U.K. and Scandinavia.

Mr. Buch, 39 years old, wanted to take advantage of Marbella’s good weather and its improved access. He spent years deciding where exactly to live. “I didn’t want front-line beach, and I wanted sea views,” he says, but he didn’t want a remote location.

In 2011, he bought a partially completed house above Puerto Banús, known for its boutiques and yacht-filled harbor. He paid about $1.6 million, then spent another $1.1 million on upgrades.

Today, he has a roughly 8,608-square-foot, seven-bedroom, five-bathroom mansion—with sea views—that he shares with his girlfriend and two children. Amenities include a heated outdoor pool and a full array of smart-home features. He estimates the home’s current value at $3.8 million.

Mr. Buch, like many newer Marbella arrivals, works from his mansion. He often hosts entrepreneurs for long weekends—marked by meetings in his home conference room and downtime in a lounge he equipped with sophisticated speakers. “It’s basically a nightclub,” he says.

The small town of Marbella was reinvented by Spanish nobleman Ricardo Soriano and his nephew, Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe-Langenburg in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The prince’s prime beachfront estate was turned into the Marbella Club Hotel in the mid 1950s, and it soon attracted European high society. By the 1980s, a wider range of sun-seekers had arrived.

Mr. Clover, a Virginia native, says that while Marbella’s main allure is the weather, he also notes the expansion of the Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport, a half-hour’s drive away. Marbella—once isolated—is now better connected to major European cities. Also, a high-speed train line, inaugurated in 2007, has cut traveling time to Madrid to about three hours.

Marbella property sales surged more than 28% in volume in 2014 over the previous year, says Mr. Clover, who tracks Marbella’s market conditions. He and other agents point to the return of Middle Eastern buyers to the market, and consistent demand among Scandinavians, especially Norwegians, who can now get to Marbella in four hours from Oslo.

Marbella’s real-estate crisis began even before the 2008 downturn. Starting in the mid-1990s, the region endured years of corruption, leading in 2013 to the conviction of many local officials, including two former mayors, on a variety of charges related to construction kickbacks. In 2006, Spain’s national government temporarily dissolved Marbella’s city council. Today, the city has a reliable government and sensible planning regulations, Mr. Clover says.

Mr. Tobal, the local architect, sees a silver lining even in Marbella’s troubles. He says the slowdown in building in the wake of the scandals spared Marbella from the worst of the overdevelopment in other areas of the coast.

La Zagaleta, a nearly 3.5-square-mile development, was forged in the 1990s by investors who acquired the former estate of Saudi-born businessman Adnan Khashoggi. Its secluded mountain mansions, with sea views taking in the Rock of Gibraltar and the Moroccan coast, are prized. Residents can pay for access to two 18-hole golf courses.

Los Monteros, where actor Antonio Banderas has a home, also is popular. The fastest-growing demand among high-end buyers, however, is for Sierra Blanca. A 1995 five-bedroom on a half-acre lot is listed for $6.1 million.

Mr. Tobal says today’s year-round residents are more restrained than past visitors. Their mansions may be 16,140 square feet with 23-foot ceilings, but materials like stone and wood temper excess. “We try to be as far away from bling as possible,” he says.

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

You can continue wasting your breath and time hating Israel but it just washes over their heads as they get on with life and helping others. What have you done today to help anyone?

Friday, 15 January 2016

You lot of Anti Israeli uneducated morons who love to use the word 'Slaughter' when referring to Israel defending themselves from terrorist attacks. You have never answered the question, what if you lived in a country where your fellow citizens were being knifed daily for no other reason except their religion or perhaps having your school going children dramatized by incoming rocket fire? Would you ask your government 'Please don't retaliate'!!! So you say the word slaughter a lot check out this video and learn the facts from it.

At last a sensible debate:

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

David Bowie: Despite Muslim Wife, Never Gave in to Jihad – Played Israel Repeatedly.. He also has a Jewish half brother.

Despite the fact that Bowie was married to Somalian Muslim model, Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid (known simply as “Iman”), for more than two decades (until his death yesterday), Bowie regularly performed in Israel. That includes Bowie’s performances in the mid-1990s at the height of the “First Intifada [Uprising]” by the Palestinians, during which many famous artists stopped going to Israel to do shows, out of fear for their security and also because of Muslim boycotts. David Bowie, in the video below with Hebrew subtitles, gets off the plane in 1996 and smiles, expressing his pride about playing in Israel. When the far-left Israeli press ask him whether he’s afraid to perform there, he talks about how he isn’t afraid and how he nearly lost his foot in Iceland. His coolness comes through in the video. And his commitment to doing the right thing does, too. Despite his many froofy clothes and haircuts and transvestite turns, David Bowie was a man, not a coward. And not politically correct in the face of jihadists. (The video is one of six parts on YouTube which comprise an Israeli documentary about his 1996 performance in Israel, but he appeared onstage in Tel Aviv many times over the years.)

Bowie was one of the earliest non-Jewish/celebrity followers of Kabbalah (Jewish belief), decades before Madonna, and had a Jewish half-brother (the result of his mother’s previous relationship with a Jewish furrier). He also was in a band (“Tin Machine”) with the sons of the late Jewish comedian Soupy Sales.

Bowie and his Muslim wife , Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid (known simply as “Iman”) became great supporters of Israel due to the fact that her father was a Somalian diplomat to Saudi Arabia, and her parents were liberal democrats who wanted Somalia to be modern and liberalized. You’ll note she does not cover her hair and, throughout her modeling career, wore bikinis and barely-there clothing. When more extreme Muslims took over Somalia, her family could not go back, and that’s how they ended up in the West. She told the Guardian that she was teaching her daughter (with Bowie, named Alexandra “Lexi” Zahra Jones) about the Holocaust and having her read Elie Wiesel’s “Night” for Holocaust Remembrance Day. Given all these things, I’m sure she is not well-liked by Muslims. She clearly didn’t do anything to stop her husband, playing in Israel. That counts for a lot.

Now that he's dead it will not be long before the anti Israel brigade start saying Bowie was also anti Israel and pro Palestinian.

Monday, 11 January 2016

This goes to prove my point, that no one really cares for the Palestinians in Gaza unless Israel is involved...

Egypt has the constructed an underground and overground barrier along its border with the Gaza Strip, designed to help combat smuggling. The barrier consists of metal piles, each several dozen centimeters thick, about 80 meters away from the border, at the depth of 15-30 m. The barrier will to span about 10 km (6 miles), of which at least 150 m have been completed thus far.

The construction of the underground barrier by Egypt ("the wall", or "the fence of death", as it is referred to by Hamas spokesmen) is a major cause for concern for Hamas, considering the negative impact it will likely have on the smuggling industry. That industry, which includes smuggling weapons and civilian goods, is a major component in the military buildup of Hamas. Arms and ammunition, some of them originating in Iran, are transported to the Gaza Strip through the tunnels. Smuggling them into the Gaza Strip helped Hamas rebuild its military infrastructure after Operation Cast Lead, also by restoring its ability to launch rockets into central Israel.

Hamas launched a media campaign against Egypt to make it stop the construction of the barrier. At the same time, Hamas leaders called on the Arab world and the international community not to sit idly by. Some of them even accused Egypt of collaborating with Israel and the US to "smother" one and a half million Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip. In addition, Hamas leaders Khaled Mash'al and Mahmoud al-Zahar admitted that Hamas was smuggling weapons into the Gaza Strip; Khaled Mash'al claimed, however, that the barrier constructed by Egypt would not prevent weapons smuggling because alternative ways to do it would be found. The Egyptian regime, through its government media and mosque preachers, countered by blaming Hamas for the blockade on the Gaza Strip.

Hamas's media campaign was also accompanied by pressure on the ground. At first, Palestinian snipers fired at an Egyptian construction team, and even hit an Egyptian construction vehicle that was working on the site. In the second phase, violent clashes broke out along the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt due to a protest rally organized by Hamas in front of the Rafah crossing to welcome the "Lifeline-3" convoy. The events resulted in the death of an Egyptian soldier and a Palestinian demonstrator; 35 Palestinians were wounded, five of them severely. The violent clashes underscore the tension between Hamas and Egypt over the construction of the barrier and over the difficulties imposed by Egyptian authorities on the arrival of aid convoys to the Gaza Strip.

Building the barrier might be used, in our assessment, as a tool by Egypt for preventing the spread of Hamas influence from the Gaza Strip to Islamic opposition at home (the Muslim Brotherhood). The barrier might also weaken Hamas and strengthen Egyptian influence over it by making it difficult for Hamas to smuggle weapons into the Gaza Strip. In addition, in our assessment, Egypt has an interest in preventing its territory from becoming the main channel for introducing civilian aid into the Gaza Strip, in view of the difficulties of transferring it through the crossings between the Gaza Strip and Israel.
The Hamas's media campaign and the reactions of Hamas

Legislative Council representatives in Gaza (most of them members of Hamas) gathered for an emergency meeting where they decided to launch a large-scale media campaign to raise awareness of the dangers to which the construction of the barrier would expose Gaza Strip residents. It was also decided to address Arab and international organizations, requesting to file lawsuits against the construction of the barrier. The council asked the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and human rights organizations to file lawsuits against the "wall of steel" constructed by Egypt along the Gaza Strip border, and assert that its construction contradicts international agreements. The Legislative Council demanded that Egypt stop the construction, and that the international community take responsibility for "lifting the blockade" on the Gaza Strip (Palestine-info, December 23).

A cartoon criticizing Arab countries' silence over the construction of the fence in Rafah (the Hamas website)

. Khaled Mash'al, the chief of the Hamas Political Bureau, said that the construction of the "steel wall" was another sign of Israel's intention to soon launch another assault on the Gaza Strip in revenge for its failure in Operation Cast Lead.


We are being killed here, Yarmouk camp is being annihilated,” said Ahmad, a resident of the Palestinian camp just a few miles from the center of the Syrian capital who was given a pseudonym to protect his identity.

Yarmouk, once a bustling southern suburb of Damascus of 200,000 people, has been starved for two years in a relentless siege by Bashar al-Assad’s regime, which has also blocked water supplies for months, a tactic that activists say constitutes the use of water as a tool of war.

Now the remaining 18,000 residents, many of whom suffer from ailments ranging from malnourished to liver disease and illnesses linked to consuming tainted water, are mired on the frontline of the latest offensive by the terror group Islamic State, which has seized the majority of the camp.

“The situation inside the camp is catastrophic,” said Ahmad. “There is no food or electricity or water, Daesh [Arabic acronym for Isis] is killing and looting the camp, there are clashes, there is shelling. Everyone is shelling the camp.

So where are you George Galloway, Roger Walters, Russel Brand, Mia Farrow, Stephen Hawkins and of course Lora A. Lucero . Do these Palestinians who are being slaughtered at will and driven from their homes not matter?

Sunday, 10 January 2016

Stop spreading hatred is an ever ending circle and hate begets hate which means that violent behavior promotes other violent behavior, in return. The phrase has been used for over 50 years, as in speeches by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr: Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

Martin Luther King, Jr

I check out many anti Israel, anti Zionist anti Semitic Blogs at random (unfortunately there are many) one being لماذا غزة؟ Why Gaza? by Lora A. Lucero. It was one of the comments by her readers that I thought interesting and felt it important enough to bring it to your attention because I'd never heard his logic used before: For me this is one of the quotes we should use over nad over again and I thank Ms Lucero for not removing it as certainly many pro Palestinian blogs would have:

Mark A.
March 17, 2014 at 1:18 pm

And I hear Gaza, and all I can think of is “… and the rockets red glare…” If Gaza had been anyplace else on earth, it would have been eradicated by now. Praise Allah they have to live next to the Jews. Imagine if Bashir Assad was next door.

How true is this?

So putting politics aside and knowing you can find hatred in any socity, lets use positivity as are byword today.

Lets have a look at the real side of Arab/Palestinian Israel life of integration:

The claims made by many blogs and Facebook are that Israel is an Anti Apartheid state. So rather than me explain as I might be written off as been biased I'll Let a Palestinian who lives there explain: Ben Eid is a Palestinian human rights advocate who sets the record straight about the use of the word "apartheid" to describe Israel saying that those who make this claim are essentially anti-semitic. He also explains why BDS actually only hurts the Palestinians they claim to care about. Have a listen:


Now lets look at school are Arabs forced into segregates schools:

Hand in Hand: Center for Jewish-Arab Education in Israel. It is a network of integrated, bilingual schools for Jewish and Arab children in Israel. Hand in Hand was co-founded by Israeli Arab educator Amin Khalaf and Israeli American educator Lee Gordon in 1997
Hand in Hand's mission is to create a strong and inclusive shared society in Israel through a network of integrated, bilingual schools and active communities. The organization's philosophy is that the actual living experience of its students, teachers, parents and others who participate in its schools and communities can inspire broad support for social inclusion and civic equality in Israel.

The Israeli Pupils’ Rights Law of 2000 prohibits discrimination of students for sectarian reasons in admission to or expulsion from an educational institution, in establishment of separate educational curricula or holding of separate classes in the same educational institution, and addresses rights and obligations of pupils. The law was fully supported by the Israeli/Arab Student and Youth Council


As arbs number approx 1.6 million of the Israeli population (please note those who want to boycott Israel who you'd be putting out of work) Medical and Hospital care is high on the agenda. So Israel who is accused as an apartheid sate use segregation in its hospitals? Quite the opposite. Israel Hospitals Took Care of Nearly 220,000 PA Arabs in 2012

Will the United Nations, which has condemned Israel for alleged war crimes, also censure it for treating nearly 220,000 PA Arabs Israeli hospitals, including Hamas’ prime minister’s brother-in-law?

The total number of 219,464 patients, 21,270 of them children, includes the companions accompanying the patients in Israel.

The numbers represent a dramatic increase in the number of PA Arabs who receive treatment by Israelis medical professionals, compared with 197,713 patients in Israeli hospitals in 2011 and only 144,838 in 2008.

COGAT, a military unit which is responsible for implementing the Israeli Government’s policy in Judea and Samaria, stated, “The Civil Administration, through its health department (HDCA), works closely with the Palestinian Ministry of Health to support the medical needs of the Palestinian population throughout Judea and Samaria.” The HDCA manages all issues relating to Israeli-Palestinian healthcare coordination, primarily the transfer of Palestinian patients to hospitals in Israel.

The HDCA further works to enable professional medical training for Palestinian Authority Arabs by Israel through the encouragement of medical conferences and the training of Palestinian medical staff in Israeli hospitals. Training sessions take place several times a year, initiated by both the HDCA and the Palestinian Authority.

In 2012, the Civil Administration paid $560,000 to send PA Arab doctors, nurses, and paramedics for training in Israel. The Civil Administration has also set aside a budget to finance critical medical procedures for patients who are not covered by Palestinian or UNRWA health insurance and are not able to pay privately.

Tazpit’s Anav Silverman reported last year that Suhila Abd el-Salam, the sister of Hamas Prime Minister in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, accompanied her husband for treatment in Israel. Her husband was admitted to Bellinson Hospital, in Petach Tikvah, for immediate medical treatment following a serious heart condition.

This was not the only time that a Gaza resident was treated in Israel. This past March, a 15-year-old boy in Gaza was transported to the Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot after suffering from severe burns and shrapnel injuries from an alleged rocket launching pad that was set up in Jabalya, a neighborhood in northern Gaza.

The Palestinian Minister of Health, Dr. Hanni Abadin, paid an unprecedented visit to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem at the beginning of this past May.

Dr. Yuval Weiss, director of the hospital, reported that at any given moment there are some 60 Palestinian Authority medical personnel in training at the hospital. Dr. Abadin thanked Hadassah for the opportunity to visit and for its services, visited Arab children hospitalized at Hadassah and gave them gifts.

The Civil Administration Health Department declared that it will continue in 2013 to cooperate closely with their Palestinian counterparts and international organizations in Judea and Samaria to advance healthcare for the benefit of all residents in the region.

Israel hospitals treat Arabs for ALL surrounding countries even their sworn enemies. A hospital in northern Israel is treating victims of the Syrian war. The cross-border operation is risky - both countries are officially in a state of war.
The Ziv Hospital has some experience with casualties of war. The hospital was opened in 1973 shortly before the Yom Kippur War broke out, and the wounded were regularly brought to its doors. And the hospital was used again in Israel's 2006 war against Lebanon, when it was hit by a rocket fired by the Lebanese Hezbollah.
And yet this is still a peculiar situation for the medics. An Israeli soldier has been stationed to guard the intensive care ward in order to stop the identities of the Syrian patients from being disclosed. Journalists are not allowed to speak to most of them. And in the meantime new cases are arriving almost every week - including increasing numbers of women and children.


So Isn't time we start loving out neighbors? Here we have an exclusive look inside rehearsal with Daniel Barenboim's West-Eastern Divan Orchestra as the group of Israeli, Palestinian and other Arab musicians prepare to return to New York's Carnegie Hall to perform a Beethoven Symphony cycle.

Welsh Football Team plays coexistence football with Jewish and Arab children from northern communities in Israel. The children were handed Welsh football team shirts by the players and manager Chris Coleman. R-L: Joe Ledley, Chris Coleman and Gareth Bale.

So lets try to make the world a safer place. Please understand me, I'm not saying Israel is perfect nor are many of the Arab states that surround Israel, in fact come to think of it, is their ant country in the world that's 'perfect' that don't have their own violens, drug, rape etc problems? If their is please let me know.

And Finally lets build a world of love and peace for our children children, our grand children and their children etc. If we still begin to spread hate the chance of our beautiful world ending up free and peaceful will not happen. Is this the legacy we want to hand to our children?

I finish with a link to the most wonderful charity, which I support Children of Peace is a non-partisan children’s charity dedicated to building trust, friendship and reconciliation between Israeli and Palestinian children, aged 4 – 17, and their communities. Our aim is to develop a shared spirit via arts, education, health and sports programmes; so future generations might live and work peacefully side-by-side. We believe in working for peace. That’s why we don’t take sides.

I couldn't think of a better way of ending my report than inviting the Shani Choir brought together by Children For Peace. They are made up of Israeli's Arabs and Muslims teenagers. They are singing Stephen Sondheim's Somewhere'...Somewhere there's a place for us please G-D there is. Will the world listen? I hope so

Saturday, 9 January 2016


Don't Listen to him . He's only a Palestinian so what does he know. Lets go ahead and boycott Israel!


I’ve decided after all this time to assist anyone who is anti Israel to boycott anything that is developed or manufactured in Israel. This boycott is ONLY for those of you who are sincere and not bullshiters. I’ll be sorry to miss you, but if you are doing it lets do it probably. This will possibly the last time you’ll use your computer. I’ll be sorry to miss you but I know your truly goodbye in advance..why am I saying this? Most of Windows operating systems were developed by Microsoft-Israel. So, set a personal example. Throw away your computer! Well just wait until I’m finished then start you boycott... Computers should have a sign attached saying Israel Inside. The Pentium NMX Chip technology was designed at Intel in Israel . Both the Pentium 4 microprocessor and the Centrum processor were entirely designed, developed, and produced in Israel.
Voice mail technology was developed in Israel.
The technology for the AOL Instant Messenger ICQ was developed in 1996 in Israel by four young Israeli whiz kids..But your bad news does not end there. Get rid of your cellular phone. Cell phone technology was also developed in Israel by MOTOROLA which has its biggest development center in Israel. Most of the latest technology in your mobile phone was developed by Israeli scientists.
Feeling unsettled? You should be. Part of your personal security rests with Israeli inventiveness, borne out of our urgent necessity to protect and defend our lives from the terrorists you support.
A phone can remotely activate a bomb, or be used for tactical communications by terrorists, bank robbers, or hostage-takers. It is vital that official security and law enforcement authorities have access to cellular jamming and detection solutions. Enter Israel ‘s Net line Communications Technologies with their security expertise to help the fight against terror.
So All The Noise About The Usa Listening To Our Private Telephone Calls, You Should Know It Is Israel Who Is Doing The Listening For Us.So before you throw away your mobile phone and computer more bad news..I hope none of you family have a medical problem‘Check all your medications. Make sure that you do not have tablets, drops lotions, etc., made by Abic or Teva. It may mean that you will suffer from colds and flu this winter but, hey, that’s a small price for you to pay in your campaign against Israel, isn’t it?
While we are on the subject of your Israeli boycott, and the medical contributions to the world made by Israeli doctors and scientists, how about telling your pals to boycott the following…
An Israeli company has developed a simple blood test that distinguishes between mild and more severe cases of Multiple Sclerosis. So, if you know anyone suffering from MS, tell them to ignore the Israeli patent that may, more accurately, diagnose their symptoms.
An Israeli-made device helps restore the use of paralyzed hands. This device electrically stimulates the hand muscles, providing hope to millions of stroke sufferers and victims of spinal injuries. If you wish to remove this hope of a better quality of life to these people, go ahead and boycott Israel. Young children with breathing problems will soon be sleeping more soundly, thanks to a new Israeli device called the Child Hood. This innovation replaces the inhalation mask with an improved drug delivery system that provides relief for child and parent. Please tell anxious
mothers that they shouldn’t use this device because of your passionate cause.
These are just a few examples of how people have benefited medically from the Israeli know-how you wish to block. Boycotts often affect research. A new research center in Israel hopes to throw light on brain disorders such as depression and Alzheimer’s disease.
The Joseph Sangol Neuroscience Center in the Sheba Medical Center at Tel HaShomer Hospital, aims to bring thousands of scientists and doctors to focus on brain research.

A researcher at Israel ‘s Ben Gurion University has succeeded in creating human monoclonal antibodies which can neutralize the highly contagious smallpox virus without inducing the dangerous side effects of the existing vaccine.

Two Israelis received the 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Doctors Ciechanover and Hershko’s research and discovery of one of the human cells most important cyclical processes will lead the way to DNA repair, control of newly produced proteins, and immune defence systems.
Think of the massive contribution that Israel is giving to the world, including the Palestinians – and to you – in science, medicine, communications, security.

Mr G is busy today.
I so love this, this really shows up the morons for what they really are SUCKERS!  Easy pray that fall straight into the traps that are set for the weak and obviously stupid, believing every anti Semitic word that's posted.
Lets hope now after they read this that they will understand what the word research means.... but I doubt it. So here goes:

 .The David Attenborough hoax.

This kind of propaganda is pathetic and troublesome.

I found a post on Facebook today that quoted David Attenborough as saying:

I am unaware of any animal that is as cruel as Israelis -- not even crocodiles. They bomb schools, hospitals, refugee camps, orphanages, UN feeding stations, water works, power plants, ambulances, kids playing on the beach. They put millions of people in a siege. They shoot children going to school. They kidnap kids and harvest their organs. They inject prisoners with disease pathogens before releasing them. They murder by land sea and air. And worst of all, they slander their defenseless victims as "terrorists".


The post has been put on Facebook by an entity called Sotirios Sooty Thoupi who is aware that there is something amiss as he states that the post keeps getting blocked but fails to corroborate his claim with a link to any authentic source. Here is the link to the post (which may be blocked), and here is a screen shot of the offending post as I found it:

On further investigation it appears this quote attributed to David Attenborough is entirely fictional.

The source is from this page on Press TV's web site in the comments.

Wait a minute! Did I just see the source was Press TV, you mean the Iranian owned TV station barred from most every country in the world? Now were getting somewhere. You see what a little research does? and it will stop you making a fool of yourselves.

So you see yet again you've walked straight into the well oiled propaganda anti Semitic trap. If you really want to make yourself credible stop printing ridiculous falls statements , as if Sir Richard Attenbouragh would say such a thing, and start working on facts.

And Finally how about this photo, used as a flagship by the anti Israel pro Palestinian Brigade believing this bunch of fruit and nut cases, a tiny crazy sect, have an ounce of influence in Israel or anywhere else. In fact your local boy scout troop has probably more members! They are known as Neturei Kartar and this is the photo they use thinking people will believe them , But the anti-Zionist Neturei Karta are no friend of the Palestinian national struggle
Neturei Karta, a small ultra-Orthodox sect that rejects the existence of a Jewish national movement, is embraced by Palestinians because of its opposition to Zionism. However, its radical approach does not serve Palestinians in their national struggle. quit the opposite , so if you are a Palestinian supporter your barking up the wrong fucking tree with this lot of nutters. This is the Photo they hope you will use..

Hundreds of Arabs have chosen to fight in the Israeli army. Not to 'slaughter' as the morons say but to defend Israel. Have a listen what THEY have to say

This is Monaliza Abdo an Arab, Christian, Israeli and a defender of Jews and minorities alike. She wasn't required to enlist in the Israeli army, but her determination to protect Israel motivated her to volunteer. We had the chance to join Monaliza on the day of her release from the IDF.

Surly you 'experts' must have known or at least researched that the Israeli army consists of more that just Jewish Israelis: the IDF has many Druze, Muslims and Christian soldiers. In fact, there are entire units composed of Bedouin IDF soldiers - like the ones in this video! Heroes of the state of Israel!

Arabs make up lies about Israel so israel not be able to respond when they fire rockets at Israeli civilians from Gaza. There is no apartheid in Israel, there are democratic elections and free media in israel. Apartheid has only in Gaza and in Arab countries where gay murderers.

A message for the self declared Mother Teresa to Gaza: An Amnesty International report confirms that Hamas has committed war crimes against Palestinians.....

And finally time to learn the TRUTH......

Last updated October 2015. Many more terror attacks by Palestinians on Israelis have taken place since then. Including rocket attacks from Gaza and you know whats really strange? Israel is expected NOT to retaliate!!!

Friday, 8 January 2016

Again Mr G has given me a right laugh today by saying there is some idiot out there who believes that the laws now being passed in many countries for the legal use of medical marijuana should also include smoking it as a drug enhancement for personal highs. Are these guys fucking mad! Its like saying we should allow cocaine to be used for personal use because cocaine is used in today's dental anesthesia, octocaine,lidocaine mepivacaine.

Kosher medical marijuana to go on sale in New York after firm secures Jewish dietary certification

More states are passing laws that allow people to use medical marijuana. So what does it treat, and who can and should use it?

Pain is the main reason people ask for a prescription, says Barth Wilsey, MD, a pain medicine specialist at the University of California Davis Medical Center. It could be from headaches, a disease like cancer, or a long-term condition, like glaucoma or nerve pain.

If you live in a state where medical marijuana is legal and your doctor thinks it would help, you’ll get a “marijuana card.” You will be put on a list that allows you to buy marijuana from an authorized seller, called a dispensary.

Doctors also may prescribe medical marijuana to treat:

Muscle spasms caused by multiple sclerosis
Nausea from cancer chemotherapy
Poor appetite and weight loss caused by chronic illness, such as HIV, or nerve pain
Seizure disorders
Crohn's disease
The FDA has also approved THC, a key ingredient in marijuana, to treat nausea and improve appetite. It's available by prescription Marinol (dronabinol) and Cesamet (nabilone).

I have for years supported the use of marijuana for medical use, in fact a UK based police woman who is in an advanced stage of MS has been a guest of mine on radio many times, she tells me she suffers pain from the top of her head to the balls of her feet daily and the only relief she receives is using marijuana.

To say that i object the use for medical use is a fucking lie and thankfully recordings of my programs prove this. I object that two bit pot smokers would like it legalized so they can use it as a source of income or personal junky highs. Its them that ruin for those who need it most!!!!!
This man is Richard Seymour. He describes himself as a writer and is an occasional contributor to The Guardian newspaper. A few days ago Falkland’s War veteran Simon Weston attacked Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn for planning (what amounts to ) “surrender” to Argentine demands over the Falkland Islands.

As it happens I agree with Simon Weston; Jeremy Corbyn is very wrong on this subject for reasons that would take me far too long to explain in detail on this ‘forum’. However, Richard Seymour has dismissed Weston’s criticism in a tweet that states: “Seriously, who gives a shit what Simon Weston thinks about anything? If he knew anything, he’d still have his face.” I suppose making light of someone’s facial disfigurement (a result of military service to one’s country) passes for wit and general mirth on “Planet Seymour”.

However, please share this if you think that it is not acceptable to do so in intelligent company and that you think Richard Seymour is a self-righteous, ignorant prick of the highest order.
Israel to help UK flood victims.

Help for flood victims in Leeds has come all the way from ISRAEL! We met Vonny Glick from IsraAID: The Israel Forum for International Humanitarian Aid at Kirkstall Flood Cleanup - Action Room

Posted by BBC Radio Leeds on Thursday, 7 January 2016
BBC Radio Leeds
Help for flood victims in Leeds has come all the way from ISRAEL! We met Vonny Glick from IsraAID: The Israel Forum for International Humanitarian Aid at Kirkstall Flood Cleanup - Action Room

Wednesday, 6 January 2016


Corpses’ Caught Moving When They Forget Cameras Are On Them....OOOOPS

The latest Pallywood attempt of covering up terror attacks on Israel, by painting the aggressor as the victim.

Have you ever noticed that where these anti Israel brigade get their facts. all from conspiracy theorists. which means NOTHING is proven...Have a think about that.

The Middle East is imploding in waves of violence whose impact has reached Israel.

To the north, radical Islamists in Syria linked to both the Islamic State and al-Qaeda are approaching Israel’s border on the Golan Heights and threatening Jordan as well. At the same time, Iran is sending thousands of rockets with increasingly accurate guidance systems to Hizbullah in Lebanon to again attack Israeli cities.

To the east, Israel faces an array of potential threats from hostile forces that include Iranian Revolutionary Guards, pro-Iranian Shi’ite militias, and radical Islamist terror armies.

To the south, the Islamic State is in Sinai, threatening both Israel and Egypt. At the same time, Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Gaza are working feverishly, with Iranian assistance, to rebuild their rocket capabilities to enable renewed attacks on Israel.

Israel must have defensible borders to protect itself against a broad range of current and future threats from radical Islamist forces.

As Israel continues grow in popularity around the world. Always first in with help and support as disasters take place whether it medical support for Syrian refuges or earthquake support with their world famous search and risque teams but this time they have gone one step further:

January 6, 2016News

An Israeli humanitarian aid charity has sent a disaster relief team to help flood victims in the north of England.

Four IsraAID volunteers landed in London on Monday and travelled to Leeds to begin work helping repair homes and distributing blankets and food in the worst hit areas.

Shachar Zahavi, founding director of IsraAid, said: “The team have already met with small independent initiatives across the north that are delivering food, gutting houses, and helping to rebuild their homes.
Our volunteers will assist with the current effort being carried out and use our experience in these disasters to work out what more we can do and how.

The charity, which usually responds to disasters in developing countries, said it was not unusual to respond to floods of the scale that have hit parts of the UK.

Mr Zahavi said: “We have responded to 10 floods and tornado disasters in the US and when we saw what was happening to the UK in the news it looked worse than ever before.
We wanted to show the community we would be there for them.”

He said: “We got in touch with the Jewish communities around the north of England and they told us about the independent NGOs working on the ground.
We contacted them and arranged to send our team to help they said yes and here we are

He said the team of volunteers had spoken to local councillors about the best way for IsraAid to help.

Mr Zahavi said: “The first team were greeted by locals with open hands and are now mapping the workloads which would include distribution of goods and gutting houses helping people repair their homes.
We have another team of five waiting to be sent from Israel we just have to assess where they are most needed and what is the best thing we can do to help.

This has to be up with the top ten most brain dead statements of the last 5 years:

Report Confirms Domestic Terrorism Is A Much Bigger Threat To U.S. Than ISIS. 

If that's the case and a ridicules comparison it is. Based on that we must consider that :  

100 times more people died in America killed by drunken drivers than killed by ISIS!

What the fuck has domestic violence got to do with the threat to world peace. If so perhaps it's time to forget ISIS savagery including beheading, burning to death, drownings and been thrown off buildings because your gay and of course stoning young women to death.
 Why should we forget it? Because we should be hunting down and killing MOSQUITOES... MOSQUITOES I her you scream!!! well I'll tell you why: Mosquito’s are widely regarded as the most deadly creature on the planet, killing an estimated 3 million people per year, but the mosquito is not the real killer. Malaria is a parasite carried by mosquito’s. Micro-agents such as parasites, viruses, and bacteria are alive and kill millions of humans, but they are not included on this list. Humans are the most deadly animals on the planet. They are also excluded from the list.

So forget ISIS and Hamas etc and lets get the mosquitoes!!!


Thanks to my good friend Mr G who checks blogs mostly by conspiracy theorists and reports to me things he feels are worth reporting .

As you know I an a big fan of Prince Charles and made that clear the other day on my Facebook. But no sooner that I did that Frank Usher on his sico blog starts to make out he's a pedophile. and the proof being that he was pictured with Jimmy Savile. Well Frank here are another load of pedophiles, according to you and your sick friends way of thinking, and the 'PROOF' is they were pictured with Jimmy Savile....Shame on them.....

SHIT! in all these years I never thought the Beatles and Stones were pedophiles!! For the record none of the above are pedophiles and its only the very sick who would suggest such a thing simply because they either worked with Savile or was photographed with him.
Who's slaughtering who?

Sunday, 3 January 2016

As more of the world turns towards supporting Israel realising that the real threat to our security is not with Israel but within It's enemy's. As so called Palestinian sympathizers like Lora A. Lucero ,who seem to ignore the brutality and suffering to Palestinians in Syria (sic), make incredible but dangerous statements claiming Hamas is NOT a terror organisation.

Yes, 'Pallywood' is now falling apart at it's seams, whilst more and more photographs of dead Arab children taken in Syria are being used by Hamas claiming that Israel are responsible hoping to continue to drum up world sympathy. Its with that in mind I decided to reprint this article in it's full on edited state.

I think if you know some poor misguided souls who still believe Israel are the aggressors, although innocent Israeli's are being murderer almost daily on the streets of Israel, please make sure they read this.

Nicky Larkin was outraged at what he called the “genocide of Palestinians.” But everything changed when he came to Israel to film a documentary.

With red hair shorn to the scalp, a tattooed forearm, freckled white skin and a pint of beer in front of him (albeit Goldstar, not Guinness), filmmaker Nicky Larkin looks every inch your stereotypical Irishman. Yet a close look at his tattoo reveals that there’s more to him than meets the eye: Etched in Cyrillic is the post-Holocaust mantra “Never Again.”

A self-described Zionist and affectionately referred to as “an honorary Jew” among his new Israeli friends, Larkin arrived in the country in March 2011 to shoot an experimental, non-narrative piece about Israel. Sparked by Operation Cast Lead and ensuing reports flooding the Irish media about Israel’s aggression, he was determined to see the situation for himself.

As with most people in Ireland, his sympathies lay heavily with the Palestinians – the ostensible underdog of the Israeli-Arab conflict. Yet during his trip, which took him to most of the West Bank and Gaza through the the rest of the country, his attitude and prevailing conceptions about Israel began to change.

Larkin’s only prior contact with Jews had been seeing hassidim board the train at the Golders Green Underground station when he lived in London as a fine arts student.

“The initial shock of arriving in Israel was seeing just how cosmopolitan, secular and tolerant a country it was,” he says.

He recalls a couple of incidents in which he came to see the conflict in a new light, marking a turning point in his intellectual journey.

The first was a mundane exchange with an IDF soldier. Larkin was in Hebron setting up his camera when an M16-wielding soldier on a rooftop yelled down to him, asking him what he was doing. Larkin explained that he was a filmmaker from Ireland, so naturally the conversation turned to a discussion about beer. As the beer banter volleyed between the two men, it occurred to Larkin for the first time that maybe the soldier didn’t actually want to be stationed up there.

“It was so surreal,” he says. “Suddenly we’re talking about beer and I’m thinking that in any other situation we could’ve been friends.”

On another occasion in the West Bank, he met with Hind Khoury, the PLO’s former delegate-general to France. After hearing countless Palestinians – Khoury included – persist in their praise of nonviolent resistance, he was shocked to discover that Khoury adamantly refused to condemn the actions of Palestinian suicide bombers.

“I kept pressing her on this [issue],” he recalls. “I said, ‘You’re telling me it’s okay for a 17-year-old to blow up another 17- year-old?’ She got very irate – she went mental at me. I kept thinking, this is madness.

You hear this mantra of ‘nonviolent resistance’ over and over, but you go into any [West Bank] town and on every available space there are all these pictures of martyrs with their names, birthdays and the place where they blew themselves up.”

He remembers sitting in a Tel Aviv café on the morning that Hamas fired an anti-tank missile at a school bus near Kibbutz Sa’ad, killing a child. That week also marked a dramatic rise in missiles launched from Gaza, and the subsequent IDF strikes there in an effort to quell the attacks.

“I didn’t know about the intensity of the rockets,” he says. “There was a sense of panic in Israel – a big, moral panic. I remember thinking that if I was sitting in Dublin or Belfast or London, I wouldn’t have heard about the rockets or the kid getting killed – I’d have only heard about the nasty Israelis going in and bombing the s*** out of the poor Gazans. And suddenly I saw it through Israeli eyes. That was a huge moment of clarity.”

Previously, he admits, he had bought into the Irish media’s skewed portrayal of the 2008-09 incursion into Gaza. Presenting little more than statistics, the reports seemed clear-cut: 1,200 Palestinians dead and only 13 Israelis.
“I was disgusted by what I read,” he says.

“It was painted as a massacre. I thought, this isn’t a fight, this is genocide.”

But after arriving in Israel, he soon became jaded by much of what he saw and heard. He found the Palestinian propaganda machine to be well-oiled, and it left him with a deep sense of cynicism.

“At first, I found it difficult to get Israelis to talk to me – they were cagey and didn’t trust us, probably because we were Irish. With the Palestinians, it was the opposite – they were queuing up to talk to me. Each one of them had a story, and they kept saying, ‘We’re all friends.’ I often found myself weeding through all the propaganda just to find out what was really going on.”

On one particular Friday, he and his crew were in Jerusalem’s Silwan neighborhood filming. Friday prayers had just finished in the mosque, and all the elders went home while the younger ones stayed. They donned checkered scarves and waited for Larkin to set his camera up before they began throwing rocks and running out in front of passing cars. He notes that the whole experience was laced with theatricality, and it soon became obvious that had he not been there to film, nothing would have happened.

“They were all around me, all riled up, then one of them caught my eye and asked me if I got it all [on video].”

The filmmaker has his own theories about why the Irish public is so willing to believe every negative word the Irish media print about Israel.

“My parents’ generation didn’t know anything about Israel,” he says. “Local news always sold more papers. But by the late ’90s, decades of war [with Britain] were over in Ireland, yet we were left with a whole generation of young Irish people itching for a fight. These were youths who had romantic left-wing notions about the cause. The Irish are born to fight, they have warrior blood in them. They knew that the IRA did business with the PLO, and many of them sympathized with the similarities they felt they shared with Palestinians, so they adopted it as a proxy cause. The Republican movement has hijacked the Palestinian movement.”

He berates his fellow Irishmen for buying into one-dimensional perceptions of the Israeli-Arab conflict. “They’re confused about who the underdog is. They don’t realize just because you’re pro- Palestine doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be anti-Israel.”

Larkin celebrates the fact that Israel is the one place in the world where one can champion both Zionist ideology and a left-wing stance.

“I don’t like to categorize myself – I’m left-wing on most things and rightwing on others – but I firmly believe the Jews have a right to a homeland,” he says. “And I believe that that can only exist if there is a Jewish majority.”

When asked to explain his tattoo, he shrugs offhandedly. “I was going to get it in Hebrew, but then thought that might be a bad idea. But it’s not just about Jews, it’s relevant to everyone. Wiping out half a nation cannot happen again. The thing that fascinates me is that it’s so recent, yet we let it happen – this blows my mind.”

IN MARCH 2012, one year after his first visit to Israel, the Sunday Independent ran an op-ed column he authored, titled “Israel is a refuge, but a refuge under siege.” The opening line reads, “I used to hate Israel. I used to think the Left was always right. Not anymore.

Now I loathe Palestinian terrorists.”

With over a million readers, the Independent is easily Ireland’s most widely read paper, and according to the filmmaker, his article went viral within a matter of days, drawing 12,000 shares on social media networks.

In the article, he takes Ireland’s BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) movement to task. He condemns the boycott of Israeli products in Irish supermarkets, saying that it also harms Palestinian farmers. He roundly attacks activists who claim to be proponents of free speech, yet who automatically shoot down any comments defending Israel.

The article’s controversy was enough to unleash a litany of venom toward Larkin – especially from his peers in the art world. For a couple of months following its publication, he was depressed and was afraid even to open his email.

The abuse he received included death threats and accusations of having Palestinian children’s blood on his hands.

Then came the Dublin premiere of his documentary on Israel, Forty Shades of Grey. (He claims to have had the title two years before the publication of the similarly titled blockbuster novel Fifty Shades of Grey. He chose it as a play on the words of an Irish moniker, “Forty Shades of Green,” intended to invoke the notion that there are far more than two sides to every conflict.) The outrage continued with the release of the film, which has since been screened in universities and film festivals around the world.

The Irish Arts Council funded the documentary, but Larkin claims it was only because he applied for funds by touting a pro-Palestinian approach.

“Since I ‘came out’ [as being pro-Israel], they don’t want to fund me anymore,” he says. “The film shocked them. I’m the only one who got cut off [from funding].”

However, despite the overwhelming condemnation, he concedes that he also received a lot of support.

“People did say that they respected what I was doing. The problem is, it was mostly on a private level, in emails and the like. It makes me sad that people are scared to go public with it, but the bullies at the [Palestinian] solidarity campaign have created an atmosphere where you can’t show support of Israel – they even have a Web page monitoring my movements!” Still, there were a few triumphs in the public sphere, and he does believe that things are changing. The owner of a pub in Dublin read his article and subsequently changed his own mind about the Jewish state, to the extent that he hung an Israeli flag outside his pub in honor of Israel’s Independence Day.

“Seeing the Irish flag outside the pub with the Israeli flag next to it was the proudest moment of my life,” Larkin says. “People are slowly changing their minds. I was the first to stick my neck out and present fresh information. I think I contributed to changing the discourse in Ireland. That’s not to say everyone in Ireland is going to become a Zionist, but at least people are thinking about things rather than just accepting everything they hear.”

When asked how his parents reacted to all the fuss that his article and film generated, he shakes his head and laughs.

“They think it’s very funny,” he says.

“They said, ‘Oh, look at the little lad in the paper causing all the trouble.’ They framed the article just because it caused such a controversy.”

His message to the art community is to urge artists to be open-minded enough to challenge their preconceptions and allow for a change of heart if the case warrants it. He further encourages critics of Israel to visit the country before making up their minds one way or the other.

And just where does he think Israel is headed? “The majority of the Palestinians – at least those in the West Bank – want recognition; they want a state, and they want peace,” he says. “Ninety percent of the people on both sides of the wall want peace.”

And where, in his eyes, do the challenges lie? “I think settlement building is a major problem. It has to stop – it’s pissing everyone off. But the main problem as I see it is Hamas. At least Fatah recognizes Israel’s right to exist. If you’re truly pro-Palestinian, you’ve got to understand that Hamas has to go. You don’t have to be friends, but you don’t have to kill each other, either.”

Asked if he is hopeful that the sides will reach reconciliation in the near future, he flashes a mischievous smirk.

“Well, if we’re going to compare the Irish to the Palestinians, then you’re all f***ed. It took us 800 years before we got peace – you guys have a long way to go till you reach that. So yeah, not so optimistic.”


Saturday, 2 January 2016

Does this not terrify you. Or is this Israels fault as well!
Muslims DEMAND the Cross Be Removed From Swiss Flag Because It Offends Them. WHAT!?
So we all hate Trump? That's understandably.  So have a look at one of Americas greatest racist presidents (P.S an anti Semite to boot) and not a word about him except when he's mouthing off about Israel. He's nothing but and always was a lump of shit! 
And here's the proof. No more need to be said!