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September 24, 2011

Netanyahu’s speech at the General Assembly 23rd September 2011. WOW! Listen to the applause


Welcoming Applause – Moderate – about 30 seconds
Applause after Speech – About 9 seconds of tepid applause

Applause at the end of Netanyahus speech

Welcoming Applause – Rousing – about 50 + seconds
Applause after Speech – Over a minute
That’s CHUNKY!!!

It doesn’t even fit on the page!!!!

Abbas applause at the end of UNGA Speech Sept 2011


Map shows in red, the territory > > > > > > >
the Palestinians are willing to sacrifice for peace > > >

Israel is still taking Palestinian territory
Sacrificing nothing for peace
Making no concessions of any kind

The Palestinians have taken nothing of Israel’s

Territories acquired by war and never legally annexed to Israel

What law gives any country a right to
more “defensible borders” than its neighbour?

The phrase ‘defensible borders’ does not appear in any
Law, Convention, the UN Charter UNGA or UNSC Resolution!

None of the territory Israel has acquired by war has ever been legally annexed to Israel. Hundreds of thousands of Israelis have been unwittingly living outside of Israel for 60 years nor more, bolstered by a web of lies and deceit, protected only by the US veto vote in the UNSC

Left click for enlargement
Click for a LARGE Map showing the territory the Palestinians have sacrificed for peace


  1. “In 1937, during earlier partition proposals, David Ben Gurion, a zionist, who was to become Israel’s first prime minister, wrote to his son,

    “A partial Jewish state is not the end, but only the beginning. The establishment of such a Jewish State will serve as a means in our historical efforts to redeem the country in its entirety….We shall organize a modern defense force…and then I am certain that we will not be prevented from settling in other parts of the country, either by mutual agreement with our Arab neighbors or by some other means….We will expel the Arabs and take their places…with the force at our disposal.”

    Quoted in Jerome Slater, “What Went Wrong? The Collapse of the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process,” Political Science Quarterly, vol. 116, no. 2, 2001, pp. 173-74.

    Comment by Alec Ward — December 31, 2011 @ 12:50 pm

    • Hi Alec.

      Yes I am aware.

      However, such things are unprovable, often hearsay and; whatever happened before May 14th 1948, became irrelevant on May 15th 1948 when the Jewish People’s Council drew a definitive line in the sand by a declaration recognized by the majority of the world community of nations.

      Israel is responsible for its own fate, successes and failings as of that moment. Alas, driven by the idiotic religious notions of a Greater Israel, it has failed dismally to live up to the obligations of A) it’s declared and recognized responsibilities B) being a part of the world community who gave it the opportunity to exist C) to the UN who accepted it on it’s word. D) to it’s neighbouring Palestinians. E) even it’s own citizens.

      My criticism and opinion is based on legalities from the moment Israel was declared and recognized as it asked to be recognized, before ever laying claim to any territories. Legalities can be proven. The documents and statements are on the official record of the UN. The words have not changed since being recorded or since the final drafts of resolutions, laws, conventions etc, which say exactly what they mean. In full here

      Part of those legalities applies to Israel’s own undertakings to the people of Israel. For example there has never been a legally elected government in Israel . I am amazed at how many people who claim they are well versed in the issue, especially Israelis, who appear not to have read the Declaration for the Establishment of the State of Israel carefully.

      Comment by talknic — January 1, 2012 @ 2:57 pm

  2. LOL!!! Love how you used a audio program to show the applause difference! :D

    By the way in the map you showed in this post I was not able to read the words for what the red, green and purple territory stand for.
    Also, when you say “Right click for enlargement”, don you mean “Left click”

    Anyway, nice post; just point that out.

    Comment by name — September 28, 2011 @ 12:36 am

    • Thanks,

      I have fixed L/R thing and replaced with a more explanatory 1st Graphic. If enlarged with a right click you should be able to see the Colour Legend. You might need to expand it in your browser window.

      Please feel free to use anything you can use from this site

      Comment by talknic — September 28, 2011 @ 11:03 am

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