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Has the Daily Paul Been Morally Compromised?

A few hours ago, I posted a video of a six year old Palestinian boy welcoming a much older Jewish boy, who family had illegally settled on Palestinian land. After the Palestinian boy extended and shook the Jewish boy's hand, he turned and walked away. A second or so after the Palestinian boy's back was turned, the Jewish boy picked up a rock and threw it at the Palestinian boy.

When I returned to the DAILY PAUL a few minutes ago, I found that the video had been deleted as "Spam".

I reported this to the Moderator "Suggestion Box," but I am not holding my breath waiting for the video to be re-posted. If it is not, I will know the DAILY PAUL has really been morally compromised and the only people who belong here are The Granger and Velveeta Underground.

"Please accept my resignation. I don't want to belong to any club that will accept people like me as a member."
Groucho Marx

UPDATE: NOW, there is no way to reply to your remarks. The original video can be found at http://www.sott.net/article/267951-After-handshake-Jewish-sq...

STILL think this is not censorship?

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scawarren's picture

I was disappointed when I

I was disappointed when I clicked on your earlier post and seen the
"403 access denied", or whatever it says, page. Maybe you could tell me where I could find that article/ video?
I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your sister. I have three myself and three brothers; I can't imagine the pain I'm going to feel when I loss one of them.
p.s. Please don't leave. You post some great stuff here and I've learned from/ enjoyed many of them.

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain

I bump your posts a lot--

I, too, have been tiptoeing around that country which shall not be mentioned--

I didn't know the ban had been lifted; it appeared that it was not--or if it was lifted, it was done so cautiously.

I am concerned about genocide throughout the world, not just in the middle east--

and I did an OP on whether or not we should be concerned about genocide; it wasn't banned, but nobody responded, and it's disappeared; it will never be read if I don't self-bump it--

What can *we* do about genocide? I don't know. But I think it doesn't do any good to ignore that it is happening, all over the world, and sometimes in subtle ways, such as Planned Parenthood targeting black mothers/babies.


It's easy to talk about the middle east for several reasons, and it's very tempting to talk about it--

for one thing the U.S. government has pretty much devastated the country of Iraq, so feelings run high there (among those of *us* who have been against that war from the beginning; *we* want to try to understand what on earth happened!)--

so it's easy to focus on the middle east, including the country that shall not be named. Because that country is a minority country politically and religiously--


the fact is that there is genocide going on in other places as well--

China is a genocidal monster.

I look for people who are leading the attack on genocide in whatever culture; there are some real heroes in the country that shall not be named--

but it's not as easy to find heroes among the


Urghurs, for example, because our government is not overtly involved in that area.

If you speak about genocide and you happen to be concerned about something happening in or near the country that shall not be mentioned, you are instantly labelled.

It's important to keep a balance, even though--

all human life is precious--

and it is very important to keep a close eye on America's own backyard--

For example, I am always mentioning the courage (and I think he does good work) of Miko Peled, but there have been some terrible arguments over him (yes, he was born in the country that shall not be named, and he won't be quiet about the genocide in that area)--

it's not worth the constant arguing; nothing comes of it. One person's hero is another person's bad guy--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Perhaps you misunderstood my comment or

maybe I didn't express myself clearly. I meant the frustration of not being allowed to post about the apartheid government in the ME. I'm on your side in this. It's just that The Mayor has banned the topic, as it creates too much ill will here and other things we should focus on get lost in the war.

“It is the food which you furnish to your mind that determines the whole character of your life.”
―Emmet Fox

I agree--


it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--