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Israel - A Rant


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3 hours ago, Nelly-Szoboszlai said:

A civilian death rate of 61%, apparently. 
 

Let’s be honest. It’s all looking a bit ethnic cleansingy. 

 

There's no bit about it. It's been a process of ethnic cleansing for decades. The death rate from the indiscriminate bombing tips it into another territory.

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1 hour ago, Nelly-Szoboszlai said:

More hilarious Israeli propaganda. 
 

They stripped all of these men but didn’t notice he had a big, fuck off machine gun when they were degrading him by forcibly removing his clothes? Was it hidden up his arsehole? 
 

 


The above tweet has now been deleted after a further video has been discovered of the same man, in exactly the same place coming forward to surrender a gun, but carrying it in his left hand, as opposed to in his right hand as shown in the original, now deleted tweet. 

 

Why are they so shite at all this? 
 

 

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14 minutes ago, Nelly-Szoboszlai said:


The above tweet has now been deleted after a further video has been discovered of the same man, in exactly the same place coming forward to surrender a gun, but carrying it in his left hand, as opposed to in his right hand as shown in the original, now deleted tweet. 

 

Why are they so shite at all this? 
 

 


A tweet featuring takes 1 and 2 of this staged propaganda. 
 

 

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https://x.com/mylordbebo/status/1733553205164855756?s=46&t=rTM5huSAdkyumn9JrNS_MQ
 

IDF conversation:

Soldier: “Sir, what should we do next?”
Lieutenant: “Undress them!”

S: “Sir, maybe we should first take away their weapons?”
L: “I said undress them!”

S: “But sir, they have machine guns!”
L: “If I have to say it one more time!”

S: “Ok, undressing.”

 

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15 hours ago, Nelly-Szoboszlai said:


They’ve also issued an appeal to identify this woman for the crime of…er…making uncomfortable but accurate comparisons and refusing to lie to herself and deny what her own eyes see. 
 

 

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Can she please be identified and someone let me know her Instagram? 

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A graph showing children deaths.

 

 

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Charlotte Church in Cardiff voicing her concerns over the amount of children being killed in Gaza. Their is absolutely nothing controversial or polarising in her words, she she doesn't even criticise Israel. Yet this is the flippant response from the editor of Britain's most read Jewish newspaper. What's "kool aid" about showing concerns over children's deaths?

 

 

 

I notice the actor Robert Lyndsey is currently taking nonsense off Oberman and her crew for simply calling for a ceasefire. What the fucks wrong with these people? 

 

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Neither Israel nor Hamas is showing the same willingness now as before last month’s week-long truce to resolve the war, said Qatari Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani, a key negotiator, at the Doha Forum Sunday.

The Gulf state continues its efforts with partners to facilitate negotiations to resolve the Israel-Hamas war, he said, but "we are not seeing the same willingness" as in prior weeks. 

"It always takes two parties to be willing to such an engagement. Unfortunately, we are not seeing the same willingness that we had seen in the weeks before," he said.

When asked by which party, he responded: "Both parties."

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2 hours ago, Gnasher said:

If this pic shocks you Jake Wallis Simmons would think you've been drinking the 'kool aid'

 

 

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On the subject of Simmons I wonder the response if a British person with an Arabic heritage wrote an article like below? 

 

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I reckon I’d probably try to lash out/punch down at somebody too if I lost all my hair that quickly. 

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5 hours ago, Gnasher said:

If this pic shocks you Jake Wallis Simmons would think you've been drinking the 'kool aid'

 

 

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On the subject of Simmons I wonder the response if a British person with an Arabic heritage wrote an article like below? 

 

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The racist little cunt

 

1 hour ago, Gnasher said:

They banned the river to the sea song, now they're moving on to words.

 

 

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How very fickijng convenient. Notice they always refer to the murders on October the 7th but never refer to the sighted of innocents before and after that date? Evil, racist cunts

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Moving piece of satire. 
 
 
The BBC has taken great care to dehumanise a Palestinian writer who was murdered by Israel by calling him “controversial”. The BBC takes its obligation to report in a neutral manner (that doesn’t upset the Israeli government or its supporters in the British government) very seriously. If they ever failed to do this, the licence fee would be scrapped quicker than you can say ceasefire.
 
This is why the BBC spent half the article attacking the character of Refaat Alareer, rather than the people who murdered him. In fact, they didn’t even say who murdered Refaat, which is rather lazy journalism when you think about it, so let me set the record straight… Renowned poet, Refaat Alareer, who was known as “the voice of Gaza” and was beloved by his students, was killed by Israel in a surgical airstrike that targeted the apartment where he was staying. The airstrike killed Refaat, his brother, his sister and four of her children, but left the apartment building intact. Israel says this proves it always minimises civilian casualties, apart from all the times it doesn’t bother to.
 
In the spirit of minimising civilians, Israel destroyed the university at which Refaat taught, claiming it was the Hamas command centre that was also under Al-Shifa hospital. They destroyed every other university in Gaza just to be safe and explained they consider these actions “proportionate”. However, others have suggested that killing four children to get revenge on their uncle for getting likes on Twitter might be a war crime. Perhaps we need a Question Time debate to figure this one out. BBC guidelines currently state that wanting children to stay alive is needlessly divisive, hence, the emphasis of their article. An Israeli spokesman explained it was wrong that a man who had only known brutal occupation for 44 years of his life might side with his people in this conflict.
 
Others have an alternative view, but we’re going to ignore them. Refaat was controversial because he said insensitive things like “Please don’t kill us” and there is concern at the BBC that this was racist. Refaat was even guilty of suggesting Palestinians are human beings who deserve to be free of an illegal blockade so they can live prosperous and fulfilling lives on their native soil without the constant worry of being killed. An investigation is underway to ascertain how such a man was ever allowed to appear on the BBC. One of Refaat’s biggest crimes was responding to a propaganda story about an Israeli baby being cooked alive in an oven. Rather than pretend the fake story was real, Refaat showed it the contempt it deserved and this was unforgivable. Everyone knows you’re not allowed to mock Netanyahu’s ridiculous propaganda stories. You’re supposed to pretend they don’t insult our intelligence.
 
No wonder social media influencers decided to put a target on Refaat’s head. They must be so proud of themselves. The biggest crime that Refaat committed was to show the world the humanity of the Palestinian people through the beauty of words. Or as Refaat put it, “a way to break free from Gaza's prolonged siege, a teleportation device that defied Israel's fences and the intellectual, academic, and cultural blockade of Gaza”. Inexplicably, the UN doesn’t consider Palestinian poetry to be a war crime, but Netanyahu can’t destroy a city block these days without people calling the International Criminal Court.
 
Thankfully, the Israeli PM has responded in a sane and rational manner by accusing the UN of anti-Semitism for suggesting international law should apply to Israel. There has been a longstanding agreement that Israel is above international law and the only possible reason that legal experts across the globe want to change that is because they hate Jews. This is much more rational than suggesting they are upset that children are waking up to find they have no parents.
 
Refaat was often accused of being an anti-Israel conspiracy theorist because he predicted that Israel would kill him, including in a recent poem:
 
If I must die,
you must live to tell my story
to sell my things to buy a piece of cloth and some strings,
(make it white with a long tail) so that a child,
somewhere in Gaza
while looking heaven in the eye
awaiting his dad who left in a blaze
and bid no one farewell
not even to his flesh not even to himself
sees the kite, my kite you made,
flying up above
and thinks for a moment
an angel is there
bringing back love
If I must die
let it bring hope
let it be a tale.
 
The fact that Refaat predicted that Israel would kill him, and then Israel killed him, shows that the poetry is the problem here. If we allow Palestinians to make poetry, next thing we know they will be making music and art and baring the souls we pretend they don’t have.
 
I remember the time Palestinian children made some art and it was removed from display in a British hospital because apartheid supporters felt “vulnerable, harassed and victimised” by painted paper plates. Obviously, their vulnerability and victimisation was much more pronounced than that of Palestinian children hoping bombs don’t land on them. If we allow Palestinian children to make art, who knows what they might grow up to be? Artists? The last thing the world needs is Palestinian artists because that would force people to see them as human beings.
 
The much more rational approach is to ensure Palestinians are allowed no form of artistic expression. This is bound to ensure they have a healthy relationship with their neighbours and turn away from Hamas. Sensibly, Israel has confirmed it is targeting only Hamas which is why it’s targeting journalists, doctors, writers, artists, academics, and teenage boys.
 
If you’re one of the best and brightest in Gaza or look like you might throw a stone, they will have no choice but to consider you Hamas. This is the law x
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