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“ People of Gaza, let them starve to death”

UNHINGED: 

“You will die, you will starve, and your homes will be burned.

We will take your lands and build settlements on it.

People of Gaza, for me, let them starve to death” 

— Israel’s Channel 14

A crowd of Israelis are heading to the Nitzana Border Crossing with Egypt to prevent aid trucks from entering Gaza.

No Genocide Intent? Listen to the Rabbis


Footage of several Israeli rabbis/heads advocating for the killing of Palestinian children in Gaza.

“Kill all their children also. Why? There’s no difference between them and their children. In 10 years these children will attack you on the way.”

What does President Biden — or President Putin, for that matter — have to say?

Next, in line it is you, for anti-Semitism.

The Horror Show Never Ends

Admittedly, this is very depressing – the constantly emerging stories of torture.

– Dr. Abu Salmiya the Director at Al Shifa hospital, when it was under siege. . .

. . . had his arms broken by the IOF. They dragged him by a chain from his neck on all fours and paraded him naked to other detainees and demon occupation forces.
https://twitter.com/nada_chehade_/status/1755666195775103033

– a four year old boy had one of the IOF military dogs set on him

– over a dozen policemen have been killed in targeted assassinations. It seems that after breaking down the physical civil infrastructure, they’re going after the service workers who are trying to keep order: police, aid workers, paramedics.

– Over 400 medical staff killed and 124 journalists is the latest.

– Many other doctors are coming out with broken fingers and broken bones.

— The IOF attacked Nasser Hospital, broke medical equipment, stole money from everyone, and so on, taking away all the communications equipment and keys. . .

The horror show never ends.

It will be harder to get justice for 1 million sadistic and nasty acts.

Deaths are still in 150+ per day range but more dispersed. Injuries are 300+ per day but no hospitals, no aid, no doctors, no ambulances, no food, no water

Here is the milder version of the same primitive mindset.

Here is Why Every Country is Afraid of Israel

Israeli Spies Threatening my Family

South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor has accused Israeli intelligence of attempting to intimidate her and her family in response to Pretoria’s genocide case against the Jewish state in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over the war in Gaza.

Pandor told reporters on Thursday in the South African city of Cape Town, on the sidelines of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the nation, that she had requested extra security after receiving threatening messages.

“What I’m more concerned about is my family, because in some of the social media messages, my children are mentioned and so on,” the diplomat said, according to the local weekly Mail & Guardian.

“The Israeli agents, the intelligence services, [this] is how they behave, and they seek to intimidate you, so we must not be intimidated. There is a cause that is under way,” she added.

Pandor’s claims follow similar allegations made by Pretoria last week, claiming that the country is facing destabilization campaigns by international intelligence agencies for accusing the Israeli government of war crimes and demanding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s arrest at the International Criminal Court (ICC). South African Security Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni said her agency has been placed on high alert to prevent foreign interference as Pretoria prepares for national elections later this year.

Israel’s military launched a major offensive in Gaza in response to the attack launched on Israeli villages last October by the Palestinian militant group Hamas, which killed more than 1,100 people and took hundreds others hostage. Four months of bombing have killed nearly 28,000 people in the Palestinian territory, the majority of whom were women and children, according to the besieged region’s health ministry. More than a quarter of Gaza’s population is facing famine conditions, according to the latest figures from the UN’s agency for Palestinian refugees.

Last week, South Africa claimed that Israel was disregarding a ruling by the ICJ ordering it to prevent civilian deaths while fighting Hamas in Gaza.

On Thursday, Pandor said Pretoria’s legal team would be working hard to prepare a case for the next round of arguments before the UN’s top court.

“The people of the world and of Palestine didn’t draw back when the Apartheid state was at its worst; they stood with the liberation movement. We cannot back down now. We must be with them,” the Times Live quoted the minister as saying.

via RT

Unmasking the Lies About October 7

The United States and more than a dozen other countries quickly moved to suspend funding to UNRWA, the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, a vital lifeline for millions of people in Gaza, shortly after Israel accused a handful of the agency’s staff of taking part in the Hamas attack on October 7. But the U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 obtained the intelligence dossier on UNRWA that Israel shared with allied countries, and found “no evidence to support its explosive new claim.” The Financial Times and Sky News also reviewed the materials and came to the same conclusion. Israel’s claims about UNRWA are just the latest example of what journalist Jeremy Scahill says is a “deliberate propaganda campaign” to justify its brutal assault on Gaza. “This is one of the most epic frauds in modern history, reminiscent of the lies told to explain and justify the invasion and occupation of Iraq,” says Scahill, senior reporter and correspondent at The Intercept. Transcript: https://www.democracynow.org/2024/2/7…

Gaza War, A Setup: The End of Israel as We Know It

by Claudiu Secara (republished)


Let’s say that Agenda 2030 is running behind schedule. And let’s say that that perception is predicated on the existence of a grand bargain among the Powers That Be (PTB) that all the major conflicts must be brought to a resolution, by 2030, so the world can start focusing on what comes next in implementing the much-delayed world management of our planet’s runaway dysfunctionality.

Ukraine is one such point of friction and the Palestinian question is another, as is Taiwan. Behind them there are major issues of tectonic consequences. The balance among the powers is shifting; the political continental plates are realigning on a geological scale of magnitude.

One hot spot that needs to be brought to rest is the Israel­­‒Palestinian conflict. But can that be done? Way over 50% of the Israelis are adamantly against making any concessions to the Palestinians, with the settler group militantly promoting the expulsion of the Palestinians from all the lands coveted by Israelis.

But the method to bring the Israelis to their senses and break their national resolve is the usual method, nothing new. It is what the French call “la politique du pire”, the “policy of the worst”. It works the same way as police entrapment. The poor target is set up to act recklessly and foolishly under the impression that it acts in full control and with the support of the shadow powers.

In this case, it is easy to recognize that the Hamas incursion on October 7 into heavily fortified Israel territory could not have been possible without the knowledge of the biggest spies of the world. It is even conceivable that Netanyahu himself was in the loop. But not, as Larry Johnson describes the conspiracy theories claims, in order to trigger the ethnic cleansing of Gaza. Au contraire. To tar with compromat the extremists in his own government, those reckless individuals such as Smotrich, Ben Gvir, etc.

Just think about it. Israel is killing untold scores of Palestinians and we all are seeing acts of utter massacre, where Palestinians, dead or alive, are literally run over by Israeli tanks, hospitals are bombed, schools and mosques desecrated, pregnant women run over on their way to the maternity ward, horrific acts of inhumanity, utter barbarism never seen by the global audience live on mass media, a killing spree unseen in the world’s memory.

Once you’ve established these facts of war, then you have the next set of events that run contrary to anything the world was led to believe in the last 70 or so years. A rag-tag army in sandals, who could not control even their own country – that is Yemen’s Houthis – brings world trade to a standstill by flying some home-made, or maybe Chinese-sold, drones above the busiest shipping thoroughfare, the Red Sea. And what do the superpowers decide to do? The US armada, the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier strike group, claims to have to up-anchor and leave the theater of war, in which it was meant to take an active interest, and return to home base in Norfolk, U.S.A. At the same time, the US Defense Secretary is in bed in an intensive care facility without anyone in the government knowing. And what does the Chinese commercial flotilla decide would be appropriate to do when its core business is under attack by the sandal-wearing Houthis? They announced the suspension of trade with Israel and the embargo of its ports.

It is nearly impossible to fathom how the Hamas people managed to build an army under the conditions of total surveillance. They seem to have access not only to unlimited amounts of materiel and know-how to build guns and ammunition but access to the most modern tools, such as drones and highly-professional video-making equipment. Under “total control” by the Israeli army, they can communicate freely, releasing daily streams of videos straight out of the so-called underground tunnels. One hint that we are given is that, supposedly, Hamas was indeed a proxy army organized and financed by, or with the knowledge, of the Israelis as a force to undermine the Palestinian Authority. Was that Israeli-Hamas partnership cut at some point, or how much do the Israelis know about their own creation today?

One way or another, some important players were involved in organizing, providing, equipping and facilitating this shadowy army right under the eyes of the powerful Israeli police state. Was the Israeli police state itself, and is it still, behind Hamas, as some have implied ?

Then you have Russia. Where is Russia in this war? Not one clear word from Moscow. Do they condemn Netanyahu for the atrocities committed in Gaza? Not really. Hamas? They held talks with Hamas in Moscow but not one word indicated any animosity between the two. At the same time, Russia is maintaining a very cordial line with Netanyahu himself.

While the mass media in the West keeps more or less quiet, the world is awash with scenes of the dastardly Israelis. A newly created cottage industry in the alternative media space is pulling together former stars like Tucker Carlson and Judge Napolitano, just to name a few, who are now broadcasting the same spokesmen from within the former media ranks, rewriting history under the eyes of a mesmerized populace. The same guys pop up on every alternative channel: Scott Ritter, Larry Johnson, Jeffrey Sachs, John Mearsheimer, etc.

A slow-boiling build-up of emotion is turning world opinion against the Israelis, and not only that – they are now seen as exemplary monsters far outstripping the Nazis in personifying inhumanity. This suddenly makes it possible to reverse the 70 years of the Holocaust industry’s mythology and possibly to replace it with the Jew as the villain, in the old tradition.

So we have Netanyahu squeezed from one side by the highly-advertised corruption charges and the popular movement in Israel to put him in jail. On the other hand we have the far-right settler criminal gang getting away with murder. What a good mix to foster a total manipulation and undermining of Israel’s society.

That reminds me of Yugoslavia, or more exactly of the Serbs. Post World War II, the Serbs had a reputation as one of the darlings of the West, as the best, most balanced model of the hybrid economic system as well as being a politically astute, unaligned, country. They were promoted as the little power who could withstand the aggression of Stalin’s takeover of Eastern Europe, they had a liberal, multiparty system, open to the West, and still maintained a socialist, workers’ economic system.

The West was fighting the communist enemy, the Soviet Union, but Serbia always dared to stand next to the West. And this stance was expected only to be reinforced once the Communists were finally defeated. But it turned out that little Serbia was not subservient to anyone. They claimed their independence from the Soviet Union, but they claimed the same independence and sovereignty from the West, just as much. So our best partner became our worst enemy, hellbent on standing up to the language of vassality from the East or from the West.

A few other small countries, such as North Korea, Cuba, Israel, and Hungary, managed to straddle the fence way past the expiration date, to play both sides and survive for a long time in a sort of limbo universe, where they maintained the illusion of National Sovereignty.

But there is very little room left within Agenda 2030 for such political acrobatics. The time has come to clear these thorns sticking out here and there, and to bring everyone under the system of total vassalage. You go to China, you go to Russia, and you go under the US umbrella. No more Israel or Serbia, or North Korea thumbing their noses at their masters.

The immediate impact of Israel’s intransigency on Israeli society is a shocking defeat. The terror inculcated by the death of their sons and husbands on a level of World War I, relative to their size, is having a sobering effect. The world’s reaction to their atrocities now makes them think about what they are doing to their own future, when even the subservient Germany dares to question their agenda. The settlers are getting their pound of flesh through the pagan demand for the sacrifice of Palestinian lives, and their rabid hatred and blood thirst are being slaked, but at the same time their indictment in the court of world justice is now moving from verbal curses to the actual Nuremberg trial stage.

That’s the story of the Gaza war in a nutshell. Israel will have to face the same fate as the rest of the world. Submit to the almighty; disarm; remove its nuclear weapons stocks; and allow the world to create a Palestinian State. Or, it will face an even greater threat as a unified state in which the Palestinians outnumber the Israeli Jews, in which case the situation in Israel will be even more destabilized. The majority of the Israelis, which rallied around the manifest destiny of Greater Israel, are now faced with a mighty barrage by the military siege mounted from all sides, economic impoverishment, even a de facto embargo, etc. They are slowly coming to their senses. The war against the Palestinian people turns into a civil war within Israel proper. Israel follows the same path to self-destruction that color revolutions have caused in country after country, as we’ve witnessed since the 1980s.

The Defeat of Israel

Hamas agreed to a 3 stage framework agreement for a complete and sustainable truce

Al Jazeera reports:

  • Each stage lasts 45 days and includes agreement on the exchange of prisoners and bodies, ending the siege, and reconstruction

  • Hamas added a detailed appendix to the proposal with steps to implement the first phase of the agreement and stipulated that it be part of it

  • In the first phase, Hamas offered to release Israeli detainees, children, women, the elderly, and the sick

  • Hamas requires that at least 500 trucks of aid and fuel be brought daily into the entire Strip in the first phase

  • Hamas requires the entry of at least 60,000 temporary homes and 200,000 shelter tents into the Gaza Strip in the first phase

  • In the first stage, Hamas demanded the return of the displaced to their homes and the guarantee of freedom of movement between the north and south of the Gaza Strip

  • Hamas requested an end to the settlers’ storming of Al-Aqsa and the return of conditions in the mosque to what they were before 2002

  • Hamas demanded that Qatar, Egypt, the United States, Turkey, and Russia be guarantors of the implementation of the agreement

  • The offer is in exchange for 1,500 prisoners, including 500 with life sentences and high sentences, and all women, children and the elderly.

  • Hamas requires the approval of a plan to reconstruct homes, economic facilities, and public facilities within a maximum period of 3 years

  • Hamas requested that the truce talks be finished before the second phase, and that Israeli forces be guaranteed to leave and reconstruction begin

Remember the conditions set by Saudi Arabia.

Saudis demand a Palestinian state!

Saudi Arabia officially denied the State Department’s statements about the Saudis’ readiness to normalize relations with Israel.

According to the official response, the Saudis demand:

  1. The creation of an independent Palestinian state within the 1967 borders and with East Jerusalem controlled by the Palestinians

  2. The cessation of Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip and the complete withdrawal of Israeli troops from there.

Under the current conditions and under the Netanyahu government, these demands will obviously not be met.

Thus, the Netanyahu government is a clear obstacle to Israel’s desired normalization agreements with Saudi Arabia.

Palestinian State is Inevitable

JUST IN: Saudi Arabia says there will be no diplomatic relations with Israel without an independent Palestinian state

Saudi Arabia has told the U.S. its position stands that there will be no diplomatic relations with Israel unless an independent Palestinian state is recognised on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem, and Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip stops, the Saudi foreign ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, White House National Security spokesperson John Kirby said that the Biden administration has received positive feedback that Saudi Arabia and Israel are willing to continue to have normalization discussions. – Lies.

Full statement by Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs on diplomatic relationship with Israel.

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Egypt reportedly warns Israel peace treaty will be suspended if Palestinians are driven into Sinai.

Egypt had conveyed a harsh message to Israel, saying that “if even one Palestinian refugee crosses over — the peace agreement will be nullified,” a source told the Israeli newspaper.

Another source reportedly said Cairo’s message was that “even if one Palestinian  refugee crosses over — the peace agreement will be suspended.” 

No country would allow such a large number of Palestinian refugees to enter its territory, one of the sources reportedly said, adding that it would become “a permanent Egyptian problem.”