Paul Eisen

Paul Eisen

Saturday, 1 December 2012

Man of Principle?


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  1. Ali has lost all credibility. I think he has very ugly skeletons in his cupboard which are known to his Zionist handlers; hence his warped judgement.

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    "A man of principle"!!!

    Paul, "a man of principle" would NOT CENSOR his fellow Palestinian and PREVENT her from posting any comments on his EI and from signing "anti-racist" declaration" while giving a platform to SUPREMACISTS RACISTS KABBALISTS

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  3. I'm sorry Nahida, I was trying to be ironic.

    I've now added a question mark to hopefully make it clearer.

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  4. Let me be honest with you Paul.

    Your writing often reflects a hint of obfuscation; vague, ambiguous, "controversial" as you'd like to call it. It can be interpreted in more than one way. It often carries more than one meaning. I struggle to understand or justify your intention behind such smoke.

    Such double-talk smells of Talmudism, which I personally find abhorrent. It is extremely bothersome and irritating for people who love honesty, straightforwardness and transparency.

    let me be even more frank, I don't find it intelligent either, to the contrary.
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    1. Well, the beauty of having one's own blog is that you can write any way you like. And the beauty of it for you, is that you don't have to read it

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  5. The PLO doesn't represent all the Palestinian people. What about those in Gaza? I'm surprised this ever came to a vote.

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  6. I meant PA, not PLO. Phyllis Ponvert

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