The Year in Palestine and Israel: Part Two

The Real News Network’s Marc Steiner and Shir Hever discuss corruption charges against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the far right, and more.

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16 thoughts on “The Year in Palestine and Israel: Part Two

  1. The whole situation/problem originates from within the Talmud and Talmudism expressed thru Zionism and the greater Israel plan which in its full scope means domination over every other race tribe creed religion based upon the orthodoxys theological belief system of Tikun Olam Supremacy and the quicker one submits the better off you are in doing so, that there is no use in fighting the prime directive, world domination from The new Capitol Jerusalem.

  2. 8:08, quote: " Netanyahu's annexation of Jordan Valley already a reality, say Palestinians With their water already stolen by Israeli settlers and facing legal discrimination, residents say any formal move will make little difference ". Legal discrimination? What the hell is that? Imo, we can neither legally nor morally discriminate. We can discriminate but must keep that nonsense to ourselves, if and when we choose to be discriminatory. Ideally wouldn't happen, but it does, so just don't contaminate society with such bs. If you don't like someone, then stay away from them. Starting at roughly 8:29, Shir says there're around 50,000 Palestinians living in Jordan, vs around 9,000 Israeli settlers, and the latter basically are starving out the former. What the … heck?! It's an incredible situation to wind up in, unfortunately for these Palestinians. INCREDIBLE hell-bent …. These settlers should DEPART, return to the countries of their ancestors ; mostly Eastern Europe.

  3. Some say had Germany won the war the world wouldn't be plagued with war mongering, poverty, oppression, apartheid and usury.
    BDS people……. its working!

  4. Love you Marc Steiner for your courage to laugh openly and show your keen analysis. Your sincerity and urging is sans being harried, judgemental or shrill loose cannon.

  5. Wishful thinking on the TRNN. This expat is misrepresentating the situation. Major cherry picking and out and out lies again on this antisemitic and bogus channel.
    PM Netanyahu in 2020 . He has the support of the majority of world Jewry.

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