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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Fri Nov 10, 2023 12:51 pm

If the fuckin Azraelis have soldiers and tanks on the ground, why the fuck are they bombing near hospitals from the air?

Cowardice is the only word that comes to mind.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Fri Nov 10, 2023 1:48 pm

The Swine have a lot o answer for. The attack on 7th which Azrael claim killed 1400 people is described as barbaric and yet not a word about the Azraeli attack since every single fuckin day which slaughtered over 10,000 people over 4, of which are children. IS this not barbaric ten fold? Genocide comes to mind.
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Postby Lordo » Fri Nov 10, 2023 11:55 pm

How interesting.

A spokesperson for Israel's foreign ministry said on Friday that the death toll from the Oct. 7 Hamas attack in southern Israel had been revised to around 1,200 from a previous government estimate of 1,400.

"Around 1,200 is the official number of victims of the October 7 massacre," spokesperson Lior Haiat said in a written statement.


If they have the bodies, why the fuck are they estimating the number of dead? Nobody ever said they were estimates before. The number is still in hundreds, why? Can they not count the exact number?

It gets even more curios. The estimates may change after the bodies are identified. So it seems it is not enough to count a lifeless person dead unless you identify who they are. Next thing we may hear is it was the wrong kind of death.

The death count, which includes foreigners, "is not a final number. It (is) an updated estimate. It might change when (they) identify all the bodies," Haiat said.


https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/israel-revises-hamas-attack-death-toll-to-around-1-200/ar-AA1jJlfy?ocid=entnewsntp&cvid=3024acc85a084f689dccbb4ea684d709&ei=12
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 11, 2023 12:33 am

Shiit man Macron has suddenly found a few cells of conscience. What has changed since the cunt was giving Azrael 100% support including weapons to do as she pleases?

There will be a price at the end of this slaughter for the blood thirsty Swine. The rest of world has turned against them. The old pretense has gone.


https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/france-s-macron-urges-israel-to-stop-bombing-gaza/ar-AA1jJC0y?ocid=entnewsntp&cvid=59814967ffe8482fab744a770e72b066&ei=7
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Robin Hood » Sat Nov 11, 2023 9:59 am

I have found the Gaza conflict progressively more depressing to follow! What we are now looking at is "......20 hours of genocide followed by 4 hours of ethnic cleansing "!

With the Ukraine conflict at least you could get both sides of the story, although the Western Alliance has made it difficult in many cases by shutting down the sources, but at least seeing events beyond the MSM version was possible. With Gaza the WHOLE narrative is controlled and censored by the Israeli Zionists and the IDF and ALL you get is Israel’s propagandised version of events ...... which seem to change daily!. This article explains what I have found to be so since 2014 and has ramped up by orders of magnitude, from 9th Oct.

Of Psychological Immaturity - Caitlin Johnstone.

You can’t both-sides everything. You can’t live your life that way.

Yes it’s possible to see both sides of every contentious issue. You’re supposed to be able to do that; it’s a sign of intellectual maturity. If you can’t see both sides of an issue your relationship with abstract concepts is too rigid, and you’re probably lacking in empathy. It’s just a basic part of growing up to learn how to stand in other people’s shoes and see where they’re coming from.

There’s a type of personality that has a strong attraction to feeling like it’s above the fray; (Life's too short?) like it’s detached from the disputes and dichotomies of the common riff raff, looking down at it all from a lofty place of transcendent understanding. Such people are, without exception, insufferable wanker’s.

http://caitlinjohnstone.com.au/2023/11/10/both-sidesing-the-gaza-issue-is-a-sign-of-psychological-immaturity/


A couple of pages back I made a prediction that Israel would not embark on an ‘Urban Warfare’ campaign but enter Gaza behind a concentrated air and artillery bombardment, and area by area would completely destroy the infrastructure and wipe out the Palestinians. That appears to be just what is happening. Rather than a ‘Dresden’ type massive annihilation raid, under pressure from the US, Netanyahu was forced do it by ramping up the attacks, day by day, over a longer time period!

The Gaza Genocide Continues. - Philip Giraldi - Global Research, November 06, 2023

Israel is an unrestrained monster that endangers all of us.

Part of the problem is that the narrative of what took place on October 7th and subsequently has been so spun by the media and talking heads that it continues to be somewhat unclear regarding what actually happened. The Israelis have persistently claimed that 1,405 Jews and Asian farm workers were killed by Hamas, 386 of whom were apparently soldiers. But how they died is where the tale goes adrift.

Israeli survivors of the attack have told journalists that they were treated well when captured by Hamas and that the real killing began when Israeli Army units including tanks, artillery and helicopters counter-attacked Hamas, creating a brutal cross fire referred to in the trade as “friendly fire” which killed many if not most of the civilians. Houses in one kibbutz, where civilians were sheltering, were largely destroyed by fire from heavy weapons, which Hamas did not possess.

What we now also know from a growing body of evidence obtained from the Israeli media and eyewitnesses is that the Israeli military appear to have been overwhelmed by the day’s events. The reaction may have triggered an apparently long-standing policy referred to as the “Hannibal procedure” that seeks to prevent Israeli soldiers from being taken captive due to the high price the Israeli public insists on paying to make sure that the soldier-prisoners are returned. As a result, the military command has authorization to order Israeli troops to kill fellow soldiers rather than allow them to be taken prisoner. For the same reason, Hamas expends a great deal of energy in trying to find innovative ways to seize soldiers.

The possible reality that the Israeli military killed many of its own soldiers and civilians is, of course, being suppressed in the mainstream and by politicians eager to assist Israel in the Gazan genocide, but it is nevertheless out there

https://www.globalresearch.ca/gaza-genocide-continues/5839039


An interview with Doug McGregor and Judge Napolitano. A short opinion piece by Kevin Barrett and a very long explanation with multiple references but worth the effort to read ..... even if you skip through some of it.

Israel Will Lose. Here's Why - Kevin Barrett • November 8, 2023

Virtually the entire (Ukraine)war has been fought under the shadow of an inevitable Russian victory. It has always been just a matter of time.

Might a similar situation prevail in the war for Palestine? The non-Western world majority has turned sharply against Israel—even more sharply than it turned against the US in its war on Russia through Ukraine. Yet Western media continue to manufacture and inhabit a bubble completely divorced from moral and strategic reality. They can’t even imagine Israel being in the wrong, even though it obviously is. They can’t imagine Hamas being noble and chivalrous fighters, and Israelis being cowardly child-killing terrorists, though such is obviously the case. They can’t acknowledge that the vast majority of the world disagrees with them for very good reasons, not because of “anti-Semitism.” And above all they can’t imagine that Israel, despite (or because of) its genocidal assault on civilians, is losing the war.

Just as you had to read “pro-Russian” sources (like Col. Douglas MacGregor) to get the truth about the war in Ukraine, you need to stay abreast of the pro-Resistance global majority view to get an accurate picture of the war for Palestine. To that end, check out my quick, Google-translate-assisted rendition of an enlightening article published yesterday by Al-Jazeera.

https://www.unz.com/kbarrett/israel-will-lose-heres-why/
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 11, 2023 11:57 am

From the link above.

Defense Minister Yoav Galant said, “There is no place for Hamas in Gaza. At the end of our battle, there will be no Hamas.” That is an unrealistic goal based on past experience and the current realities on the ground.


Azrael believe they have the right to dictate who governs the Palestinians. The Yanks could not careless who governs Gaza, what they care about is that Hamas is prevented from spreading their ideology of opposing yank control. So the two interests meet because Azrael policy serves the Yank policy.

Unfortunately for both they have lost all the countries outside the Swineworld. This cannot be good for the Yanks.
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Re: ...I'd like to visit Gaza one day.

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 11, 2023 12:03 pm

Did you think you will ever hear this answer to this question.

Q. 10000 civilians have died. How many must die before there is ceasefire.
A. All of them.

If you want to see the face of Azrael - Angel of Death, look no further. She is in this clip.

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Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 11, 2023 10:07 pm

Let tis old Professor explain the meaning of the meaning of "From the river to the Sea, Palestine will be free".


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Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 11, 2023 10:17 pm

A message to the Arab world from beyond the grave.

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