Tom Usher wrote or added | Jon Voight says that there were paid mercenaries on board the Kurdish Gaza Freedom Flotilla ship who would not have been paid if they didn't create violence. What's he talking about? The people on the ship had lots of cash (said the Israelis), and many were also shot and killed. What's Voight saying? Is he saying that family members would get money? What's the "evidence" for this, just more "somebody somewhere alleged it, so it has to be true" or is it just putting 2 and 2 together and coming up with a lie? All I'm finding on it is that they had cash so therefore they had to be paid mercenaries, as if the cash couldn't have been for anything else — like hungry Gazans to buy more food. Can anyone shed some light on this?
And to think Voight used to be a "liberal." He even said "so-called Palestinians." Ah yes, a land without a people for a people without a heart; but even though the bride is beautiful, she's taken. The latter part of that ("The bride is beautiful, but she is married") is disputed by the Zionists.
This is obviously a hyper Zionists-can-do-no-wrong source: http://www.isracast.com/article.aspx?ID=1211&t=RACHEL-CORRIE-SAILED-FOR-ASHDOD