First there was "It's A LIE put out by anti-Semitics!"
Then "Okay they did it, but it wasn't STERILIZATION!"
Followed by "Okay it WAS sterilization, but it wasn't without their consent!"
Again "Okay, they just told them it was a "morning sickness vaccine", but seriously, who would believe that?"
To "It wasn't a policy of the State of Israel!".
Going to "Okay, it was the Health Ministry of the State of Israel, but was done by a bunch of whackos in the MHI!"
Ending up in the full circle.."You're just and anti-semite!"
That would be a major crime, committed apparently by the state. A crime of, dare I say, Hitler proportions.2)people can ask questions, but short of doing a chemical analysis, it seems one could still be deceived in such circumstances.
Lots of crazy crap has happened. The question is, should we indict Israel of forced, unknown, sterilization of a minority population based on 30 interviews by one researcher? I say that's stupid. I say my explanation is obvious, the researcher knew it and the researcher went for 15 minutes on what constitutes a small part of a thesis (if that) and wild (media tasty) conclusions based on that.people have been given improper injections purposely in the US before, at hospitals that are likely much more organized than these camps. Now, am I saying it happened? No, I was actually pretty clear that it was a possible scenario that belonged with the others you listed.
I showed this was wrong, that Sterilization is a Permanent surgical procedure and Depo Provera, temporary chemical Birth Control.
If it was involuntarily given, it was wrong, in either case.
But they are two DIFFERENT Cases.
The women were Not sterilized and sterilization is not temporary.
Unfortunately and Obstinately repeated.
and no doubt a 3rd contortion is coming, but it will not be responded to.
Last edited by mbig; 01-29-13 at 03:12 PM.
I'm personally sick of not being able to dunk a basketball because of racism.
That is not sterilization.
You are purposely using it wrongly.
The correct terminology is "contraceptive".
They are not sterile. Their eggs are still capable of being fertilized.
What is obvious is that some parties will use what ever it is to attack Israel over unconfirmed information.
Information that is purposely stated in negative ways to bring about resentment.
Frankly I do not care if it is true, as I see every country as having the "right " to such if it chooses.
What I do care about is the factuality of the information, which the report is clearly lacking. Which didn't stop the haters from glomming onto it. It seldomly does.
The issue seems to be whether or not the "birth control" was done with informed consent.
Instead of becoming familiar with what was reported, by reading, you decided to go off the deep end with the accusations. e.g.: Darky
"... We took it every three months. ..."
Originally Posted by Jerry