June 24, 2015
In Blog News
“Provocative” Prostitute’s Postmodern Prattle
Finkelstein comments: Jacques de Maio responded to the email posted under “Love Letters” from “kr.” I will offer a free copy of my latest book to anyone who can make sense of his gibberish about “space.” Still, I find his point (4) intriguing. He says that “without 1. respect for the law of war and/or 2. relevant humanitarian services, that space is meaningless.” Surely, he doesn’t believe that Israel respected the law of war or provided humanitarian services during Operation Protective Edge (OPE). In case this “space” cadet has forgotten, here’s what the ICRC said in the midst of OPE:
“The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) firmly condemns this extremely alarming series of attacks against humanitarian workers, ambulances, and hospitals. These are serious violations of the law of war. An immediate stop must be put to them.”
The only possible conclusion, then, is, de Maio’s praise of “space” must be “meaningless.” So, why was he heaping meaningless praise on Israel at an Israeli event, except because he’s a high-price low-life prostitute? Lest there be any doubt on this score, see who praised de Maio after he praised Israeli space: https://www.commentarymagazine.com/topic/jacques-de-maio/
Subject: Re: Ignorance I can bear. Ignorance + bad faith, I can ’t.
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2015 10:43:41 +0300
Dear Mr. Rimane,
Your mail stood out as genuinely interested and polite, thanks for that.
Wish you a peaceful day.