By Thomas L. Are — Darkmoon Sept 23, 2016
Source: Israel’s Stench
With additional material by the editors of darkmoon.me
Is Israel investing millions of dollars in new clandestine skunk farms?
(See scary endnote by ‘Anonymous Correspondent’)
When I think I have heard it all, then I read about Israel’s national stench policy. I am referring to Israel’s use since 2008 of “skunk juice” as a weapon to keep Palestinians under control.
Victims have no idea of its chemical make-up but if they are sprayed with it, it takes days of scrubbing to get rid of the stench. In a land where water is scarce, smelling like the sewer is a disheartening experience.
According to Ben Ehrenreich, Skunk trucks could show up at any time, especially during celebrations, such as weddings, birthday parties, funerals or times of worship. Someone yells “skunk,” and everyone runs.
There was that truck, the white one idling behind the jeeps, a clear liquid dripping from the cannon on its roof. The liquid it so violently emitted was called skunk water. No one knew what chemicals it contained or what effect exposure to it might bring, but everyone knew what it smelled like. It smelled like dead dogs in a dumpster in August. Mainly, it smelled like shit. And no matter how many times you scrubbed your hair and your clothes, the scent would linger for days, even weeks. 
Run home, lock your doors. You still can’t hide from it. Skunk trucks drive down neighborhoods and business districts spraying its putrid smell on everything within a hundred yards. Its odor may linger in clothing for five years. 
Skunk is powerful stuff. A reporter described its effect:
Imagine taking a chunk of rotting corpse from a stagnant sewer, placing it in a blender and spraying the filthy liquid in your face. Your gag reflex goes off the chart and you can’t escape, because the nauseating stench persists for days. 
Palestinians living under Israeli occupation do not have to imagine. They know:
The truck blasted Mohammad’s house next, the jet of fluid smashed the first-floor windows and knocked him from his feet. He had just come home, triumphant from his close escape. Shattered glass cut his face and chest. Skunk water saturated the carpets and couches. 
Forty percent of Palestinian males have spent time in Israeli jails. Said Tamimi was one of them. After serving twenty years, he came home to find his house saturated with skunk juice. Once this happens, carpets, upholstery and clothes never get rid of the stench and wind up being thrown away. Even at that, he was lucky. Others have been hospitalized, either from the effects of the skunk itself or having been injured in the stampede running away from it.
Israel needs a new flag, one to represent Israel today. It would be brown.
— Thomas Are
September 20, 2016
 Read Ben Enrenreich, The Way to the Spring, (Penguin Press, New York, 2016) p. 30. Even better; Google: Israeli Skunk Trucks and watch any of the numerous videos of Israel in action.
 Wikipedia.org/wiki/Skunk_(weapon) Skunk has been condemned by Physicians for Human Rights, the International Network of Civil Liberties Organization, the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, B’Selem and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel..
 Ben Enrenreich, The Way to the Spring, (Penguin Press, New York, 2016) p. 76.
ENDNOTE BY AN ANONYMOUS CORRESPONDENT
Israel is to get $38 billion from the US over the next ten years, supposedly to develop new killer weapons. There are unsubstantiated reports reaching me from reliable sources that Israel hopes to invest millions of dollars in hundreds of new skunk farms located on Greek islands it has secretly bought up from the bankrupt Greek government.
Here it proposes to breed a new superstrain variety of skunk, Putorius maximus horrendus, with a stench so nauseating that merely a whiff of the fluid extracted from its excrement and urine, mixed with other synthetic toxins, will produce uncontrollable vomiting fits and permeate the hair and skin of its victims indelibly, making them virtual lepers for life.
Israel then plans to export the same toxic product to various oppressive regimes, not excluding the United States, for crowd control purposes and for use against prisoners and political dissidents.
Can these rumors be true? Frankly, I find all this hard to believe and would advise against a too easy acceptance of these horror stories.
However, anything is possible.
Here is a comment by a Greek dissident writer on the Darkmoon site. Incensed that the Israelis might be secretly buying up Greek islands from the bankrupt Greek government in order to set up hundreds of clandestine skunk farms in Greece, Ταϋγέτη (Taiyeti) says:
I will circulate this to my circle, and it is a very large one.
As for which government is going to use this on its people, I would not be surprised if our own [Greek] one will do this, since they very well understand that we are not going to accept the Coudenhove-Kalergi plan. [= the mass mongrelization of the European people brought about by interbreeding with deliberately imported Third World immigrants. — LD]
They [the Greek government] know what sort of unpredictable people we Greeks are. For the time being we stay quiet. They are even afraid of their own shadows.
Here is a 2-minute video showing Israeli government trucks spraying jets of skunk juice into peaceful Palestinian homes. The toxic fluid is described by a Western news reporter elsewhere as “indescribably foul”, leaving its gut-wrenchingly malodorous smell permeating the atmosphere for several weeks.
Political commentator Franklin Ryckaert writes: “For a glimpse into the mentality of these people, here is a comment on that YouTube video by a certain Ziv Rozenblatt, presumably an Israeli :
“They [the Palestinians] are like louses (sic), they get used to the smell. But that’s OK. We are Jews, we are creative and smart, and we will make a new and worse smell when it happens…”
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