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A message to the ZioNazi’s at ZioBook.  This is for all the good people posting the truth and getting their accounts deleted, for that Ziobook, go fuck yourself.  For all the ZioTrolls coddled and sheltered in their Ziobook home, how about, go fuck yourself.  A person should use Ziobook only as required, then treat it like the soiled condom of the most obnoxious guest imaginable.  TJP

Ziobook Not Facebook



  • February 9, 2012, 12:11 am  

    Nice tagline, “hazardous to the truth”. That says it all. TJP

  • robert
    February 9, 2012, 12:34 am  

    YES!!! It’s so refreshing to see courage in action.

  • FloMoZo
    February 9, 2012, 3:37 am  

    Hiya, Ken.
    And that.. the insanity of the zionazi in youtube, followed by their lunatic anctics in face/zio-book, is why I will never join that site. People are constantly asking me why i don’t “do” facebook. This is why.

    I’ve been looking at ZippCast, as alternative to youtube- considering all of the strange (governmental?) changes of the tube.. and I have found that the same zionazi gang are already ALL over zippcast’s site, too. In my opinion, what’s the point of joining up and going to a place where I know I will (again) put myself in danger? Besides, if these kooks have left the tube, why shouldn’t i stay? If they are gone, my enjoyment of youtube should be more sure.

    But, as far as facebook is concerned; I am glad you reinforced my opinion of the site. I won’t say I told you (or anyone) so; just that I figured as much.

    (they are EVERYWHERE, it seems- sickening)

  • rachel brad
    February 9, 2012, 8:04 am  

    Well finally you are going to take your crap diatribe to the outer recesses of the cyber community; so assuming perfect strangers are ziobots didn’t work so well for you and your minion hacker/cracker crew of Hasbara fools?

    Looking forward to April, Mate! You should know that charities don’t solicit donations for individual, vainglorious fools such as yourself. It is considered not only unethical but illegal; but your motley crew of misfits and warped writers didn’t get a proper education did they:(

    Enjoy the silence:)

  • February 9, 2012, 8:31 am  

    Hey Ken … I’ve not had my FB account deleted …. yet … but it’s been blocked/suspended(?) several times for various lengths of times (up to a week), and Facebook has “warned” me a dozen times …. for no legitimate reasons. Facebook has removed images I have posted … images that are 100% permitted under the FB terms of service. The last image that was removed from my Wall was a Carlos Latuff graphic …. (WTF????). Anyway, I can accept that the folks at Facebook (with over 840 million users) cannot possibly investigate individual complaints … so their fucked up system simply counts complaints and then acts … arbitrarily. But, we have no freakin’ recourse. In all the Facebook “Help” sections, there is nothing to address having been wrongfully “warned” , “deleted”, “blocked”, etc.. I have NO DOUBT that I have pissed of a shitload of Zionazi bastards with my TRUTHFUL posts and comments … and the little Zionazi fuckers are semi-organized (via “Talkbackers”, “Megaphone”, “Hasbara Handbook”, etc …. so when they target you, you WILL get docked by Facebook (EVEN IF YOU’VE DONE NOTHING AGAINST FB RULES). That truly fucking sucks !!!!!!

    I have almost zero website-creating skills, but I have intended to put blogs on two domains I own. Guess the names of my domains. 🙂


    My problem (well, one of my problems) is that I don’t have time to work on designing or organizing a site. I do intend to get around to it. I’ve got several other anti-Zionist domain names, and I have my own (totally legal) way to get even (when it’s possible) with the little Ziobastards that want to cause me grief for no reasons. I’ll tell you about it, but not on this blog, and not on FB messages, either. You’ll have my email address, I think, from my post here. Also, I’m one of your Facebook friends (John Jones, from Venice, CA, USA). If you’ve got some ideas for what to do with ZIOBOOK.COM …. I’m all ears (and a lot of beard!). Cheers !!

    PS: My actual name is John P. Jones, and my FB account was setup with that name. Some Zionazi bastards complained to FB that I was not using my “Real” name. WHAT THE FUCK? It’s my name, and millions of guys have the same damn name. So, I had to change my FB account name. I changed it to “John Jones” (Oh, the irony …) and when I try to change it back to John P. Jones, I get a message from FB saying I have changed my name too many times ……… WTF? That whole FB warning as the result of a “complaint” made no sense whatsoever.

  • February 9, 2012, 12:40 pm  

    The most shocking for me was that Facebook sustained the so called Jewish Internet Defense Force (JIDF), a group of zionists which is very well related with the Nazi-Parti of the Israeli minister of Foreign Affairs, Avigdor Lieberman who promotes the etnic cleansing of Israel and the bombing of Iran.
    The Facebook group of the JIDF was unadministrated.
    During months they used photos of killed Palestinians (even children and babies) and porn-collages of photos of Palestinians or of pro-Palestinian activists they found on Facebook.
    They used also the identities of Palestinians they found on Facebook and presented them as extremists.
    Facebook denied every complaint.
    If a Palestinian activist reacted on a furious way, the JIDF complained to Facebook and his account or group was closed by Facebook.
    The JIDF uses this criminal practices also outside of Facebook.

  • February 9, 2012, 12:45 pm  

    Here is an interesting article about Avigdor Lieberman which Nazi-parti is very well related with the so called Jewish Internet Defense Force (1):

    A Jewish Hitler?
    by Justin Raimondo, October 28, 2006

    With the entry of Avigdor Lieberman into the government as deputy minister for “strategic threats” – essentially in charge of preparing for war with Iran – Israel makes a qualitative step toward a regime that increasingly resembles, in all its essentials, a rogue state, and, I might add, potentially a very dangerous one.

    Lieberman’s views are notoriously racist, and his rhetoric is invariably violent. He called for the execution of Israeli Arab members of the Knesset who met with Hamas or didn’t celebrate Israel’s Independence Day. His party, Yisrael Beytenu (“Israel is our Home”), accuses Israeli Arabs of “dual loyalty” on account of their ethnicity, and advocates the complete separation of the Jewish and Arab populations in Palestine – in effect, forced transfer. Lieberman and his followers vehemently oppose the peace process, support the militant settlement movement, and are proud partisans of ethnic cleansing.

    In 2002, Lieberman averred that he wouldn’t flinch at ordering the IDF into the occupied territories on the West Bank for 48 hours, an operation designed to “Destroy the foundation of all the [Palestinian] authority’s military infrastructure … not leave one stone on another. Destroy everything.” Civilian targets included: that same year he also argued the Israeli air force should bomb all Palestinian commercial centers, including banks and even gas stations.

    Lieberman’s portfolio as minister in charge of strategic threats allowed the editors of Ha’aretz to quip “Lieberman is a strategic threat!” Here, after all, is a man who has threatened to bomb Tehran, the Aswan Dam, and Beirut. His entry into the government of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, in coalition with Kadima and Labor, marks an ominous shift in the stance of the Jewish state. As Ha’aretz put it:

    “The choice of the most unrestrained and irresponsible man around for this job constitutes a strategic threat in its own right. Lieberman’s lack of restraint and his unbridled tongue, comparable only to those of Iran’s president, are liable to bring disaster down upon the entire region.”

    Up until this point, the stance of the government has always been set forth in the context of the American plan for the eventual creation of a Palestinian state, the so-called road map, which includes a freeze on Israeli settlements and the return of some land claimed by the settlers to the Palestinians. No more. With the inclusion of Lieberman in the governing coalition – and in such a key post – the Israelis are signaling that they’ve had enough of being dictated to by the Americans. This also dramatizes a sea-change in Israeli politics: ideas that were generally considered out of the mainstream – and out of the question, as far as actual implementation – are now up for consideration.

    Yet the line that separated Lieberman, the Jewish equivalent of David Duke, from the Israeli “mainstream” has been increasingly hard to discern for quite some time. As Arthur Neslen put it in the Guardian recently:

    “The most worrying thing about Lieberman is not that his ideas exist on a plane outside Israel’s political continuum but that, in many ways, they are close to its dead center. The proposal to transfer ‘the triangle,’ an area around Um al-Fahm where 250,000 Palestinian citizens of Israel currently live, was first brought into the press spotlight at the end of 2000 at Israel’s most prestigious annual policy-making forum, the Herzliya conference.

    “The then prime minister Ariel Sharon publicly floated the idea again in February 2004. Opposition from Washington to a de facto violation of international law reportedly took the plan out of the headlines, but it remained in the comment pages.

  • February 9, 2012, 12:48 pm  

    Here is the 2nd part of the article:

    “In December 2005, Uzi Arad, a former Mossad director, government foreign policy adviser and current head of the Institute for Policy and Strategy, which organizes the Herzliya conference, resurrected the idea in an article for [The] New Republic.”

    I have covered the growing influence of Israeli extremism for years, and worried over the rise of what seems, at first, a hopeless oxymoron: Jewish fascism. That an ideology that has proved so harmful – indeed, near fatal – to the Jewish people should gain a foothold in the Jewish state seems too bizarre even for a post-9/11 reality that increasingly resembles Bizarro World. Yet here we are, confronted with the specter of Avigdor Lieberman, the would-be Hitler, currently the second most popular politician in the running for prime minister, right behind Benjamin Netanyahu.

    The Jerusalem Post reports Lieberman originally pushed for the internal security post, but this was vetoed by Israel’s Attorney General, who told Olmert that Lieberman must be kept entirely out of the realm of law enforcement. The Russian immigrant, a former bouncer in a bar, is being investigated for his ties to Russian underworld figures: money funneled into his political activities from abroad apparently came from some pretty dubious sources.

    That a gangster of Lieberman’s ilk is now a serious contender for the post of prime minister and his fascist party is rising in popularity are measures of how the Israeli settler colony, originally designed along left-wing Zionist-utopian lines, has hardened into a national socialist Sparta.

    Lieberman’s prominent position in the Israeli government raises some new considerations when contemplating the future of the long-standing “special relationship” between the U.S. and Israel – and at least one very disturbing possibility.

    To begin with, if Lieberman’s views now represent those of his government, at least when it comes to matters related to his portfolio, then it seems clear Tel Aviv is bent on war with Iran. The Europeans are already reacting with distaste to the prospect of having to deal with him: before meeting with him, Javier Solana, the EU negotiator, declared he disagreed with Lieberman about “everything.” One presumes the U.S. State Department holds similar views, but others in the Bush administration might prove more tolerant of Lieberman and even sympathetic. In any case, the War Party in the U.S. is likely to find him very useful: Lieberman’s fiery rhetoric is sure to set off sparks in a very volatile region of the world, one that is just waiting to explode.

    Secondly, what does Lieberman’s ascent tell us about the future of Lebanon and the prospects for another Israeli invasion? The minister in charge of strategic threats will not be restricted to just making threats, but will be at least partially empowered to carry them out. If I were a resident of Beirut, I would start packing.

    Finally, it must be remembered that Israel is a member of the nuclear club, with at least 400 nukes and perhaps more at its disposal. The chilling question is this: do we really want to see Israel’s nukes fall into the hands of a madman like Lieberman?

    The image of the “mad mullahs” of Tehran brandishing a nuclear scimitar is routinely conjured to frighten Westerners into supporting military action against Iran, and there is some legitimacy to this fear, although not nearly as much as the War Party would have us believe. After all, Iran doesn’t have nukes, yet: Israel, however, does have them, and we have to wonder what use Prime Minister Lieberman will make of them.

    Not that I am predicting Lieberman will achieve that office – although I wouldn’t rule it out, either. The point I’m making is that Israel is moving in a new and very disturbing direction, one that requires us to take a fresh look at U.S.-Israeli relations and reevaluate our level of financial and political support. If the Israeli government is going extremist, the moral and strategic implications of our continued assistance are grave: will we be complicit as Israel “transfers” hundreds of thousands of Arabs, many of them Israeli citizens? As hard-right ideologues embark on a campaign of aggression aimed at creating a “Greater Israel,” will U.S. tax dollars continue to fuel the Israeli war machine?

    The U.S. has made no comment on Lieberman’s elevation. How long we can keep up our embarrassed silence is going to be the measure of the Israel lobby’s strength. Their power, once without serious challenge, is waning. As the ongoing investigation into spying on behalf of Israel by AIPAC uncovers the shocking extent to which our “ally” has penetrated our security and probed our deepest secrets, the Israel lobby is facing a major crisis. They aren’t just facing a legal challenge, but also an intellectual one from professors John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt, of the University of Chicago and Harvard respectively, whose now famous study of “The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy” is proving almost too much for them to handle. However, what’s really undermining the formerly impregnable position of “the Lobby,” as Mearsheimer and Walt call it, is the sudden outbreak of honesty, and a growing refusal on the part of many in the intellectual community to kowtow to threats and smears. This has caught the Lobby off guard, and now they are confronted with the horribly unattractive figure of Lieberman, who makes Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – often likened to Hitler by Western commentators – seem relatively reasonable. What a public relations headache!

    Oh, but don’t worry: they’ll think of something. You can’t prettify a man like that, so the strategy will be to downplay Lieberman’s importance. Yet his entry into the government is quite significant, for Israel and for the world, in that it marks the end of the honeymoon era in relations between Israel and the West, particularly the United States. Israel and its Western amen corner have always insisted that the Jewish state is part of the West, yet the rise of Lieberman tells us something quite different.

    Lieberman’s appeal is directed at the large Russian immigrant population: these people are poor, resentful of their low status, and imbued with the same receptivity to authoritarianism that has long afflicted their Russian motherland. The rapid rise of Lieberman’s political fortunes means that Israel is turning away from the West and asserting its Asiatic identity. It is no more a Western democracy than, say, Turkey or Lebanon – and, if Lieberman rises all the way to the top, considerably less so.

  • March 27, 2012, 10:13 pm  

    check out
    full social network for truth revolution,
    i was in tahrir sq fighting, saw 300 dead in a single day. came back to the states, apparently facebook was our savior…

    that MONSTROUS LIE was what woke me up. FB is our humiliation

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