By happygoldfish, June 12, 2010


here is the San Remo international law of blockade …

By happygoldfish, June 11, 2010

having gone to a freshwater university, i didn't study maritime law, but it can be easily found on the internet

israel's blockade of gaza is perfectly legal under international law, and is so regarded by most governments

the international law of war at sea is laid down in …


rename "rachel corrie" the "gilad shalit"

By happygoldfish, June 5, 2010

from my little bowl, i notice that israel's pr is terrible

israel needs to "get with it", both in terms of speed and content

ships like the "marmara" are not a problem, they are an opportunity

unfortunately, in the public relations war, it is israel which "never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity"

the "rachel corrie" is another opportunity, but it must be seized immediately …

the palestinians' pr method, of renaming a ship, can be turned against them …

by renaming the "rachel corrie as the "gilad shalit"


israeli oranges in iran

By happygoldfish, May 8, 2009

from my little bowl, i noticed this week that iran has been visited with a plague of oranges ° not falling from the sky and killing all the firstborn cattle, but lying unexploded in boxes waiting to terrorise the population ° only the vigilance of the iranian fruit police has exposed this insurgence, with its international connections


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By happygoldfish, May 8, 2009