PERES SHOULD NOT BE MEETING WITH THE HOLOCAUST DENIER AND JEW HATER ABBAS OF THE PA
Israel is in great danger from growing world antisemitism. The crisis of capitalism is driving Obama to move towards a Nazi type governance. The same crisis in capitalism has led to Qaradawi being supported by Cameron, Hague and Sarkozy, against Gadhafi and Mubarak. The same crisis in capitalism has driven Erdogan, the antisemitic leader of Ottoman Turkey, to make war on Israel in a way never seen since 1967.
But Netanyahu, Barak, and the whole of the Israeli political class do not address the danger. This refusal to address the great danger of war on Israel from many, many fronts, is expressed in these secretive meetings which Peres is getting involved with. Peres is a very, very proactive President and it makes one wonder was Moshe Katsav plotted against by Israeli traitors close to Peres.
Always at one, Jewish traitors, US nazis, Arab nazis
(In Italy, a few days ago, secretive meeting)
THE NAZI DEMANDS TO DESTROY ISRAEL
Abbas has repeatedly demanded that Israeli completely freeze construction for Jews in areas east of the 1949 armistice line, including north, south, and east Jerusalem, and that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu commit to creating a PA state with borders based on the armistice line. Until those conditions are met, Abbas has said, the PA will not negotiate.
Almost no notice was taken of another pre talks decision that the PA chairman revealed, as he announced clearly that if a Palestinian Authority state is created in Judea and Samaria, no Israeli citizen will be allowed to set foot inside.The PA chairman also stated that he would block any Jewish soldiers from serving with an international force stationed on PA-controlled land.
“I will never allow a single Israeli to live among us on Palestinian land,” Abbas declared. Israel is home to a sizable proportion of Arab citizens, who have the vote and are represented by Arab parties in the Knesset.
THE WORLD ECONOMIC CRISIS IN CAPITALISM DRIVES THESE LEADERS TOWARDS FASCISM AND WAR
CRISIS IN TURKEY
Masum Turker, politician and former state minister for economic affairs, believes the possible economic crisis “became much more a political, rather than an economic issue for the government”.
“Private spending is now at the level of sociological madness,” he says. “The government remained silent as it saw the contribution this spending made to the economic growth.”
“This problem existed before the elections as well, but the AKP covered it over in order to win [the election],” he told SETimes, adding the government is now facing the consequences.
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Meanwhile, some local analysts, such as Omer Faruk Colak, prominent economist and lecturer, believe that the global crisis has already arrived.
“The problem is very serious … Taking into consideration that as the EU is one of the biggest trading partners of Turkey [with 50% of Turkish exports],” he told SETimes, pointing out that a slowdown in the European market would slow Turkish growth and make it vulnerable due to its high external financing requirement.
However, of even greater concern is the current account-deficit which hit 37.2 billion dollars in the first five months of this year, a 121% increase compared to the same period last year.
“These [current-account deficit] numbers are worrying,” Colak says. “People should definitely save their money and the government, in its turn, must act quickly and more effectively to prevent the possible crisis.”
Things are not resolved over secularism in Turkey. And that dammed world capitalist crisis…even antisemites cannot escape!
http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setimes/xhtml/en_GB/features/setimes/features/2011/09/07/feature-02 gives a picture of the fightback by secular women in Turkey against the Fascist dress coders!
The newly empowered liberal feminist movement has had a series of political successes, directly contributing to the passage of the reformed penal and civil codes in 2002 and 2006.
Significantly aided by the external pressure of Turkey’s EU accession process, women’s groups “managed to create a fantastic political platform. They really learned professional lobbying tactics like email campaigns and demonstrations in front of the parliament,” according to Pope.
Before these changes to the penal code, Turkish women were legally defined in terms of family and society.
“Before, a crime against a woman was considered to be a crime against the family and community, not the individual. A judge might allow a rapist to marry his victim because then there would be no ‘crime’ since the sexual act was ‘legitimate’,” White says.
Perhaps, the biggest change was the liberal feminist movement’s adoption of a different attitude towards the concept of individual rights. There was a recognition that “they [liberal feminists] had to get there by organising, and that there should be rights for the individual. Yes, the state is involved, but they shouldn’t be waiting for the state to hand them their rights.”
Despite the successes, Turkey’s liberal and Kemalist feminists have had trouble accepting the platform of Turkey’s emerging conservative feminist movement.