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Israeli Minister Facebook Rant Blames Brussels Bombing on EU Labelling of Illegal Settlement Goods

21st Century Wire says…

Now here’s another interesting take on the Brussels Attacks. 

There are three possible angles you could read this story from:

1. This Israeli minister is essentially saying that because the EU chose to worry about the Palestinian plight, it reaped the scurge of Islamist terror on its capital.

2. This Israeli minister is a few cards short of a full deck.

3. And finally there’s this option: by blaming the EU for accurately labeling its food products that come from from illegal settlements, is this Israeli minister somehow inferring that the Brussels bombing was a retaliation for that EU regulation?

It’s hard to know for sure, but at the very least, the Israeli minister’s off-hand comments are very revealing about the current schizophrenic political mindset in Tel Aviv…

Middle East Monitor

The EU’s labelling of goods from illegal Israeli settlements led to the bombing in Belgium, Brussels, today, The New Arab reported an Israeli minister saying.

Minister of Science, Technology and Space, Ofir Akunis, said Europeans lost sight of “terrorism of extremist Islam” by focusing on boycotting Israeli goods instead allowing the attacks to take place.

“Many in Europe have preferred to occupy themselves with the folly of condemning Israel, labelling products, and boycotts. In this time, underneath the nose of the continent’s citizens, thousands of extremist Islamic terror cells have grown,” Akunis wrote on Facebook.

“There were those who repressed and mocked whoever tried to give warning. There were those who underestimated. To our sorrow, the reality has struck the lives of dozens of innocent people.”

READ MORE BRUSSELS ATTACKS NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Brussels Attacks Files



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  • Mr Reynard

    Ahh..So ??? !!! Now we know who has orchestrated the terrorist bombing in Brussels & why ??

  • Charlie7777

    zionist terror…..prepare for a hot summer

  • This was supposed to have been discussed at the EU Parliament yesterday, along with a debate on Palestine.

    “Country of origin labelling for certain foods: Environment and Public Health Committee Members are likely to reiterate their demand for binding EU rules on country of origin labelling of meat, processed meat, and milk. A 2013 Eurobarometer survey showed that consumers favour such labelling of milk and meat.”


  • deauxf84

    4th option is this guy is a typical irrational brainwashed Zionist idiot and this was just what popped up in his mind while thinking about a way to use the terror attack to gain support for Jewish State.
    5th option. He believed the perpetrators were doing what G-d wanted them to do because G-d was upset about the labeling of the goods from the illegal settlements.

  • anna miller

    “Israeli and American scientists have discovered a gene among Ashkenazi Jews that increases their chances of developing the mental disorder schizophrenia, as well schizoaffective disorder and manic depression. According to a study recently published in Nature Communications, the gene in question raises Ashkenazi Jews’ chances of experiencing the disorders by roughly 40%, and by 15% in the general population.” Scientific research is still in infancy as regards to discovering the genes
    responsible for primary psychopathy. But keeping in line with the science that links Askenazi Jews with higher levels of mental illness than non-Jews. it would be logical to assume that psychopathy would also be within the range.
    read more: http://www.haaretz.com/.premium-1.560128

    • John Cook

      Even if they aren’t genetically suffering from psychopathy their culture creates effective psychopathy in them. After all when a child is trained to believe goyim are not humans but only soulless beasts and even beasts don’t deserve a humane death, that child effectively becomes a just like a psychopath as far as goyim are concerned.
      It doesn’t bode well for us if they succeed in their current attempt at imposing their supremacy on us. They will be cruel masters.

      • anna miller

        totally agree Genetic psychopaths are known as “primary psychopaths”, and people who have been traumatized severely, usually in childhood, are “secondary psychopaths”. Being continuosly conditioneded to perceive yourself as not only a perpetual victim, but also superior to all others, is a recipe for insane ideology and behavior. And no it does not bode well for us, think Bolshevik Russia, and the Torah Yahweh god who took glee in infants heads being bashed against stone rocks.

        • John Cook

          Well said, it’s nice to know I’m not alone…

  • Waiting for OsNetDaily to chime in on this one…

    • So that’s why you keep posting that funny stuff again and again?
      Sorry to disappoint, but if that’s how you want your website to look like (poor man’s Infowars VeterransToday), it’s your problem, not ours.
      There’s really nothing worth chiming here.

    • John Cook

      What? Aren’t you satisfied with QV3? lol

  • QV3

    The Europeans deserve it. Keep licking Muslim Arse, sucking muslim cock and cunt. Nobody listened to Thilo Sarazzin when he warned Europe, and Germany in particular about the muslim scourge.
    Europeans are wimps. Look at their reaction after the November 2015 Paris bombing. , EU members preferred to reserve for themselves the right to act on issues which touch on sensitive security matters.
    Keep dying White Race. That’s the price for being cowards.
    As for those satanic believers who mock and spit at God, Isaiah prophesied :
    “The nation that will not serve you will perish and be brought to utter ruin” Isaiah 60:
    And so, we, in the Far East see the death of Europe . Never mind, China and the rest of the world will take over Europe. We have no qualms of ridding muslims with neutron bombs. The Silk Road Project must proceed and be a success.

    • John Cook

      Oh you do go on and on and on. Can’t you think about anything else but your anal fetish? The only thing that is clear and comprehendible in your tiresome rants is hatred of white people and your remorseless interest in Moslem genitalia. I wish you would just stop.

  • QV3
  • These attacks are about speeding up the Passenger Name Record (PNR) legislation. There are reports about it in various papers today as a response to the attacks.

    Here is the report from Brussels-based EU Observer:

    ‘EU reconsiders anti-terrorism response

    EU interior ministers are expected to hold an emergency meeting in the wake of Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels, as European authorities try – again – to find ways to address the terrorism threat.

    The Dutch presidency of the EU Council on Tuesday morning could not confirm the timing of the meeting, but it is expected to take place on Thursday (24 March).

    Four months after similar meetings in the wake of the Paris attacks in November 2015, the ministers will again discuss control of EU’s external borders, the use of existing databases and the launch of a new EU-wide air passenger name record (PNR) system.

    “The PNR is not the solution to everything, but it is an essential instrument,” the EU’s counter-terrorism co-ordinator Gilles de Kerchove said on French radio on Wednesday morning.

    An EU directive on the PNR was adopted last December under French pressure after many months of discussion, but it has still not been adopted by the European Parliament.

    Social-democratic, liberal and green MEPs want two other laws on the protection of personal data to be voted at the same time as PNR.

    French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Tuesday that is was “irresponsible to delay” the adoption of PNR.

    But the plan is not being put on hold, as EU interior ministers have already decided to “anticipate the operational implementation” of the passenger database, De Kerchove said on Tuesday.

    The EU anti-terrorism chief said that the EU should “do more” against the threat.

    “More Europe and more Schengen are necessary,” he told Europe 1 radio.

    De Kerchove said the EU needed more controls on its external border and more biometric security checks.

    “He said EU states should “invest more in Europol”, the EU’s police agency, and make a better use of Europol and Schengen databases, referring to the Schengen Information System (SIS), a way of red-flagging criminal suspects in the EU’s passport-free travel zone.

    “EU databases are not yet sufficiently supplied,” he said, while adding that “significant progress” had been made on the use of SIS in recent months.

    The same measures were already said to be priorities when interior ministers met several times after the Paris attacks.

    The European Commission is due to present a proposal in spring on so-called smart borders to improve electronic control of external borders.

    But the Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi said on Tuesday that stepping up security at EU borders was not enough.

    “Those who fool themselves by saying ‘let’s close the borders’ don’t realise that the enemies are already within our cities,” he said.

    For Renzi, the EU “should go all the way” and create “a unified security and defence structure”.

    Following Tuesday’s bombing in Brussels airport, which killed 14 people and injured around 100, the commission is also considering proposing security checks at airport entrances, according to German daily Die Welt.

    “All airports visitors would be checked before entering the terminal,” a commission official was quoted as saying by the paper.

    Asked to comment on Tuesday morning, the commission did not reply.’