Baroness Ashton says the EU will supply the “Palestinians” till they have their own state.
Baronness Ashton delivered a key not speech at the UNRWA (The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East) conference in Brussels.
The conference was named:
Palestine Refugees in the Changing Middle East
The link to the full speech is displayed below. Here is some of the highlights:
“We witnessed with humility and admiration what so many people in Tunisia, in Egypt, in Libya did when they raised their voices to put an end to regimes in a revolution that was an inspiration to all of us”.
” When I was last in Gaza I had the privilege of meeting with the a group of young people: Yasmeen who is here with us today, but I also met with Ali, and Motaz, Smaher, Sahar and they said a number of things to me in the course of that meeting and I’m going to quote from what they said to me at that time”.
“Even if I live in Gaza, which is a prison, I will continue to love and explain its beauty and the energy and hopes of all the young people around me”.
Some other alarming information, is regarding the amount of money the EU has spent to support Islamic terrorism in the last decade:
It’s not a coincidence that the European Union is the biggest and the most loyal donor. Our donor activity started in 1971 and in the last 11 years we provided over € 1.3 billion in support of UNRWA’s work – along with contributions from EU Member States, the EU overall contributions in 2010 and 2011 accounted for almost 40% of the total support. It is a big effort in difficult financial circumstances.
The ultimate goal however is for Palestinians to be masters of their own fate, in their own state.
Than came her comparison of terrorism against Jews in Toulouse, and the IDF operations in Gaza.
We are gathered here because we have recognized the potential of the youth of Palestine. Against all the odds, they continue to learn, to work, to dream and aspire to a better future. And the days when we remember young people who have been killed in all sorts of terrible circumstances – the Belgian children having lost their lives in a terrible tragedy and when we think of what happened in Toulouse today, when we remember what happened in Norway a year ago, when we know what is happening in Syria, when we see what is happening in Gaza and in different parts of the world.
Source: Palestine News Network
It is worth noticing that Baroness Ashton finds the Arab spring in Egypt admirable and an “inspiration”. It brought the Muslim Brotherhood and partners to power by a two-third majority, a terrorist organization which demands the enforcement of Sharia laws in Egypt.
She also support Hamas-Youth from Gaza to call the area a “prison”. Underlining the Islamic claim that Israel is a horrible occupier of Arab land. Hamas claim Zionism is not just, oppressive and evil.
Has it ever struck Ashton that if the youth had criticized the Hamas, they cold not have returned to Gaza?
In her speech, Ashton recognizes the Hamas and the state of Palestine without setting up any prior condition for an attitude change towards Israel. No demand for the end of violence, nor their recognition of the Jewish state.
it is possible that Nazi-leader Joseph Goebbels would have used a little bit more pepper against Jews. But not much. Like Hitler, Ashton is ready to greet the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem at any time. With a billion more Euro or so, he can finish off what Hitler never managed.
Written by Ivar
guess they wasted alot of money….G-d will not be mocked…..
Fools and their money will soon be parted. Sometimes it seems as if those running the EU have, in Roald Dahl’s inimitable way with words “squashed flies for brains”. They have a very large Islamic population (and radical Islamists at that). Why would they want to facilitate giving more power into the hands of Islamic radicals? 😦
“From 1994 to the end of 2009, the European Union committed approximately €4.26 billion in assistance to the Palestinians through various geographical and thematic instruments. The overall objective of European Union support is to ensure the creation of a viable, independent and democratic Palestinian State living in harmony with Israel and its other neighbours.”
“In June 2010, the European Union committed more than €210 million for the Palestinian Authority’s recurrent expenditure. A further €69 million were allocated for social and economic development and institution-building projects in support of the Palestinian Authority’s “Two Year Plan for Statehood” announced in August 2009.”
“The new multi-year funding framework for 2011-2013 is currently under negotiation. For 2011 €295 million have been allocated to occupied Palestinian territory.”