[Intro]

So, We must ask ourselves, What is the dictionary definition of “Terrorism”?

The systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion

But what is terror?

According to the dictionary I hold in my hand, Terror, is violent or destructive acts

Such as bombing committed by groups in order to intimidate a population, Or government into granting their demands

So whats a terrorist?

[Hook]

They’re calling me a terrorist Like they don’t know who the terror is When they put it on me, I tell them this I’m all about peace and love They calling me a terrorist Like they don’t know who the terror is Insulting my intelligence Oh how these people judge..

[Verse 1]

It seems like the Rag-heads and Paki’s are worrying your Dad But your dad’s favorite food is curry and kebab It’s funny, but it’s sad how they make your mummy hurry with her bags Rather read The Sun than study all the facts Tell me, what’s the bigger threat to human society BAE Systems or home made IED’s Remote controlled drones, killing off human lives Or man with home made bomb committing suicide I know you were terrified when you saw the towers fall It’s all terror but some forms are more powerful It seems nuts, how could there be such agony When more Israeli’s die from peanut allergies It’s like the definition didn’t ever exist I guess it’s all just depending who your nemesis is Irrelevant how eloquent the rhetoric peddler is They’re telling fibs, now tell us who the real terrorist is

[Hook]

They’re calling me a terrorist Like they don’t know who the terror is When they put it on me, I tell them this I’m all about peace and love They calling me a terrorist Like they don’t know who the terror is Insulting my intelligence Oh how these people judge..

[Verse 2]

Lumumba was democracy – Mossadegh was democracy Allende was democracy – Hypocrisy it bothers me Call you terrorists if you don’t wanna be a colony We used to bow down to a policy of robbery Is terrorism my lyrics? When more Vietnam vets kill themselves after the war than died in it? This is very basic.. One nation in the world has over a thousand military bases They say it’s religion, when clearly it isn’t It’s not just Muslims that oppose your imperialism Is Hugo Chavez a Muslim? Nah.. I didn’t think so Is Castro a Muslim? Nah.. I didn’t think so It’s like the definition didn’t ever exist I guess it’s all just depending who your nemesis is Irrelevant how eloquent the rhetoric peddler is They’re telling fibs, now tell us who the terrorist is

[Hook]

They’re calling me a terrorist Like they don’t know who the terror is When they put it on me, I tell them this I’m all about peace and love They calling me a terrorist Like they don’t know who the terror is Insulting my intelligence Oh how these people judge..

[Outro x2]

You think that I don’t know, But I know, I know, I know You think that we don’t know But we know

You think that I don’t know, But I know, I know, I know You think that we don’t know But we DO

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Was Building 7 terrorism? Was nanothermite terrorism? Diego Garcia was terrorism, I am conscious the Contras was terrorism, Phosphorous that burns hands – that is terrorism, Irgun and Stern Gang that was terrorism, What they did in Hiroshima was terrorism, What they did in Fallujah was terrorism, Mandela ANC – that was terrorism, Jerry Adams IRA – that was terrorism, Eric Prince black water – it was terrorism, Oklahoma, McVeigh – that was terrorism, Everyday USA – that is terrorism, Everyday UK – that is terrorism, Everyday…

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American F-16's used by Zionists wreak havoc in Gaza

American F-16's used by Zionists wreak havoc in Gaza

Israel decides to bombard the Gaza Strip with the help of its American supplied F-16 bombers. At least 225 innocent people were murdered by the Zionists occupiers, mostly if not all were policemen, women and children. Over 700 are also reported to be injured by the air strikes.

Israeli PM Ehud Olmert has said that the operation “may take some time” and “It’s not going to last a few days,”. Mr Olmert continued to argue that “You – the citizens of Gaza – are not our enemies. Hamas, Jihad and the other terrorist organisations are your enemies, as they are our enemies…”They have brought disaster on you and they try to bring disaster to the people of Israel. And it is our common goal to make every possible effort to stop them.”

What ever the difference with the group of Hamas, it was and is an elected group that was chosen from its citizens. The only disaster that the people have witness is from the Zionist occupiers and this attack today is testament to that aggression.

Further reports suggest that the Israelis’ actually demand a harsher response towards the Palestinian people. This sentiment in Israel has produced further support for the Beiteinu Party which takes a hard-line approach on Gaza.

Will the World condemn the attacks by the Zionsist occupiers? Will the World denounce support for Israel for murdering civilians in such a manner?

No the world will listen and go to sleep again whilst the aggressors continue to cause havoc in the region. The West who claims to be the beacon of justice and equality has and continues to stay silent over this and other atrocities committed by their friend Israel. Will the world condemn and boycott America for support and harboring a terrorist state?

I guess not, same as always.

It’s a sad state of affairs.

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An alleged Holocaust denier has been arrested by police after flying into Heathrow Airport in London.

The Met Police’s extradition unit detained Australian Frederick Toben under an EU warrant issued in Germany.

He is accused of publishing material on the internet between 2000 and 2004 that “denies, approves of or plays down the mass murder of Jews by the Nazis”.

Mr Toben, 64, later appeared before City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court and was remanded in custody.

A further hearing will take place on Friday.

He told the court he did not consent to extradition and would fight attempts to send him to Germany.

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Mr Toben, who had been in transit from the US to Dubai at the time of his arrest, represented himself at the hearing.

He said his apprehension had been an abuse of process.

The arrest warrant alleges that Mr Toben committed the offence in Australia, Germany and other countries, and that the material is also “of an anti-Semitic and/or revisionist nature”.

It was issued by a court in Mannheim, Germany, where Mr Toben was given a 10-month jail sentence in 1999 after publishing a newsletter which denied the mass extermination of Jews in gas chambers at Auschwitz.

Source: BBC (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7646556.stm)

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What happened to free speech? The Australian ‘Fredrick Toeben’, was previously given a 10 month jail sentence in Germany for ‘incitement and insulting the memory of the dead’. What about  the controversial cartoon artist ‘Kurt Westergaard’ who created the cartoons of Mohammed and depicting him as blood thirsty terrorist or the editor of the Jyllands Posten ‘Roger Köppel’, who actually authorised the publication of those cartoons or even the Dutch politician ‘Geert Wilders’ who made the film ‘fitna’, calling all Muslims who believe in Islam as terrorist.

All of the above can be charged with ‘incitement and insulting the memory of the dead’.

It seems free speech is about what the West feels passionate or guilty about and not about what the rest feel passionate about.

As Henry Ford proclaimed in his Autobiography ‘You can have any colour you want, as long as its black’

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Two thirds of newspaper stories in the UK portray British Muslims since 2000 as `a threat` or `problem,` according to new research.

A forty-page report, entitled Images of Islam in the UK, showed that the press in the UK increasingly utilize negative and stereotypical imagery about Muslims.

The authors, the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, found that British tabloids and broadsheets sought to engage with the “routine, everyday coverage of British Muslims” over and above the coverage which occurred around key events.

Coverage of British Muslims was also shown to have increased significantly year on year, and by 2006 had reached a level twelve times higher than that in 2000.

The authors describe how such a coverage generated a momentum all of its own, “lasting well beyond and independent of” newsworthy events.

At the same time, the report found that the context in which British Muslims were portrayed was of a consistently negative nature.

The main focus for a third of stories on British Muslims was either terrorism or the ‘war on terror.’

Eleven per cent of all stories focused on Muslim extremism, while in stark contrast, only 5 per cent covered “attacks on or problems for British Muslims.”

The notion of Islamophobia was said to have “scarcely featured as a news topic” in 2001 and 2005.

A significant yet subtle shift in stories involved a steady increase in the proportion which focus on religious and cultural differences, to such a degree that by 2008 these stories had overtaken terrorism as the single largest subject matter.

It was argued that this change in focus reflects the shift in British government policy, under the cloak of its “community cohesion” 
framework, which quietly insinuates that ‘British’ and ‘Muslim’ are mutually exclusive identities.

The consequence was that coverage about anti-Muslim racism and attacks on British Muslims has vastly reduced from 10 per cent in 2000 to only 1 per cent in 2008.

In comparison with four of the five most common story threads associating Islam and Muslims “with threats, problems or in opposition to dominant British values,” only 2 per cent suggested “that Muslims supported dominant moral values.”

In particular, the report highlighted a number of articles which frame Britain as “becoming a place of Muslim-only, ‘no-go’ areas, where churches were being replaced by mosques, and Sharia law would soon be implemented.”

The perception of Islam as a threat or a problem was further enhanced by the choice of descriptive language in the articles surveyed.

The most common nouns employed in relation to Islam or Muslims were ‘terrorist’ or ‘extremist’ whilst the most widely used adjectives included ‘fanatical’, ‘fundamentalist’, ‘radical’ and ‘militant.’

Overall, “references to radical Muslims outnumber references to moderate Muslims by 17 to one” and was consistently used by both broadsheet and tabloid newspapers. –IRNA

Source: http://mathaba.net/news/?x=605956