Monday, March 14, 2011

"How the settlers spit on Christians, in the land where Jesus died; and how those who do the spitting, have the world upon their side"

Our Rachel

(Occidental Observer) -- by Dr. Lasha Darkmoon --

The video, In Memory of Rachael Corrie, was posted on YouTube a few weeks ago. It collected many enthusiastic comments but also became the center of a concerted campaign to get it removed. As a result of intense agitation by the enemies of fee speech, the video has now been banned.

I learnt this only a few hours ago from Kevin MacDonald.

The video had been removed, he told me, due to its “shocking and disgusting content.”

Fortunately, I had a copy — and so you now enjoy the dubious advantage of being able to see a banned YouTube video.

Readers are invited to send in their comments, positive as well as negative. Is the video so shocking and disgusting that it ought to be removed from this site? Or should people be allowed to view it without fear of contamination?

I will let readers decide.

(Lasha Darkmoon)

It is hoped that the essay presented below will serve as an introduction to this widely acclaimed video as well as a tribute to Rachel on the 8th anniversary of her death on March 16...VIDEO + Essay...LINK

Young Rachel...looking forward to life

Rachel’s last words: “My back is broken.”

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