The Gaza Flotilla: How Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Fakes Photos of Seized Weapons
|Wednesday, September 15,2010 08:48|
The following is a repost, due to the amazing hard work of one Ibn Kafka. He has taken the liberty of translating the original post from French into English.
On the Israeli ministry of foreign affairs’ Flickr page, the pictures of the so-called weapons seized on the ships taking part in the Gaza Freedom Flotilla provide ample evidence of the deviousness of those darned anti-semitic terrorists. Be forewarned: the following pictures are not for the faint-hearted.
Exhibit A: bulletproof vests
A slight snag though: two commentators, probably anti-semitic, point out that this photo really is from February 2006:
Exhibit B: An Axe
An axe on board a ship? Good grief.
Horror knows no bounds-Exhibit C: Pepper Spray.
The comments display the usual hateful fanaticism one can expect from islamo-fascists:
Again, be forewarned: this post isn’t for the faint-hearted.
Which leads us to Exhibit D: A Keffieh, kitchen knives, a Saudi flag, and and some CD-roms.
Do not faint just yet, because here is exhibit E: an electric saw – on a ship! Really, those terrorists really are beyond the pale.
Another anti-semitic commentator spews his hateful bile:
Please bear with me, because here comes Exhibit F: night vision equipment, of course utterly useless on high seas.
Allow an antisemitic islamo-fascist to point out that picture’s original date:
Finally, the smoking gun as it were: aa butterfly knife of sorts, with a blade slightly shorter than a thumb, a weapon ideally suited for use against marine commandos armed with high-velocity firearms:
If all this hard evidence isn’t enough to convince you of the legitimacy of the Israeli action, I rest my case.
PS: Hurry up visiting that Flickr page, as I fear that some photos might be withdrawn soon…