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Syria, Spain, UK, Greece... But what about Israel?

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Hello everyone.

I'm new here and also new with combat simulations.

 

Every international news agency wrote about the protests in the places I've mentioned in the topic.

But almost nobody reports about Israel.

Last saturday, there were about 315,000 protesters in the streets of Israel.

The reason? Just like in Europe-money.

The rent is too (damn) high, the cheese is too expensive, intern doctors and social workers get the salary of a waitor and stuff like that.

 

20110807-israeli_protest_aug-2011.jpg

 

So, why does nobody reporting?

 

 

(Sorry for any spelling\grammer mistakes. I speak english fluently, and even with accent, but it's still not my native language.)

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cause people demonstrate peacefully so it's not that news worthy..

Edited by Nesher

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cause people demonstrate peacefully so it's not that news worthy..

 

My guess is there aren't any Palestinians among the protesters which to bomb...

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So what happened in the UK was a "protest" huh? And you like to quote that POS Chomsky. Well, well. Is is troll hunting season yet?

 

Okay, a riot.

Got anything smart to say about the subject?

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Yeah, changed your sig I see. A move in the right direction.

 

Well, I don't really give a damn about Chomsky.

I just like the quote.

The signature was temporary.

Just wanted it to have something in it until i'll find a nice picture.

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The reason? Just like in Europe-money.

The rent is too (damn) high, the cheese is too expensive, intern doctors and social workers get the salary of a waitor and stuff like that.

 

But hey if people that spent their whole life on education can count on having enough income to have a place to live and something to eat then those few sweaty fat old bastards can not earn their gazilionth bilion and that will make them sad.

How dare those filthy people to ask to get properly paid for work and upset those poor old men so badly?

It's a blasphemy...

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I bet Marx (that would be Karl, not Groucho) is rofling in his grave. All this speculation and greed is tearing mankind apart, at an accelerated rate since the term "globalization" has become a common-use word, and there's no fixing for these frail capitalistic times. Thinking of what it took to end the Great Depression (World War 2)... I shudder to think what is to come...

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Hello everyone.

I'm new here and also new with combat simulations.

 

Every international news agency wrote about the protests in the places I've mentioned in the topic.

But almost nobody reports about Israel.

Last saturday, there were about 315,000 protesters in the streets of Israel.

The reason? Just like in Europe-money.

The rent is too (damn) high, the cheese is too expensive, intern doctors and social workers get the salary of a waitor and stuff like that.

 

20110807-israeli_protest_aug-2011.jpg

 

So, why does nobody reporting?

 

 

(Sorry for any spelling\grammer mistakes. I speak english fluently, and even with accent, but it's still not my native language.)

 

Oi .........

 

Houdoe,

 

Derk

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I thought.

300.000 on the streets of Tel-Aviv is the equivalent of 14.000.000 Americans on the streets of New York city.

(Didn't use a calculator.). :grin:

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