Monday, March 17, 2014

British Loss of Land: Map that Lies

I'm sure you're all familiar with the Palestinian "map that lies," a map that starts history in 1946 to claim Palestinians had control over all of Palestine and tracks their "loss of land" through the present day.

Well, I created the British version:


Someone do something about all the land stolen from the British in the past 90 years! What victims of land theft they are!

5 comments:

  1. ROTFL!! Love this!!

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  2. This is a brilliant idea and could be applied to lots of empires. It would be great to have a four map layout though, to echo the Phakestinian one.

    Another idea might be four maps of the muslim conquest with the only difference between the last two maps being the de-greening of Israel.

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  3. Yeah, I ditched HuffPo (where I used to work against the tidal wave of antisemitic Israel-bashing) when they suddenly insisted everyone had to use their real names. Because, of course, you WANT to be track-able by lunatic Jew-haters, right? No thanks.

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  4. On the recent thread about PLANS for184 homes to be built in Israel, "John S."/Archie Andrews posted a map (from the unfair and unbalanced palestine remembered website)--enraged about the "illegal squatters' camps" (which is such a bogus description; he's clearly never been to the region).

    Amazing that a plane filled with passengers has been missing for 2 weeks, articles about the tragic deaths in Syria are virtually ignored, the Crimea/Ukraine/Russia situation is a mess, but Jews building some homes on land they've inhabited long before Israel achieved statehood gets certain people hysterical. The claim that it thwarts the "peace process" is almost comical; Anass admitted he's going through the motions only to get more murderers released. (The 1000+ to free Gilad wasn't enough, of course; nothing ever is with them.)

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  5. FREE BRITAIN! BOYCOTT AMERICA INDIA and HONG KONG!
    APARTHEID AGAINST THE BRITISH!

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