May 15, 2018
I was for sure expecting a much higher killcount.
It’s still early, and after the bodies are counted and the people who are gonna die in medical centers drop off, it might end up reaching 100.
I can say after the fact that the number I had in my head was 150.
This was the deadliest day in Gaza since the 2014 war. pic.twitter.com/IYDLV7rMcg
— AJ+ (@ajplus) May 15, 2018
The world is of course condemning the Jews, who could just as easily have used tear gas, rubber bullets, LRAD, etc., but chose to mass murder unarmed protesters instead.
Some of the world.
A lot of the world won’t say anything because, you know. After that thing that happened to the Jews. That thing with the lampshades. How can you ever criticize any action they take, after such a thing?
The international community urged Israel to stop shooting Palestinian protesters on the Gaza border, with South Africa and Turkey recalling their ambassadors in protest, after a day of violent riots left 58 Palestinians dead on Monday.
“The South African government condemns in the strongest terms possible the latest act of violent aggression carried out by Israeli armed forces along the Gaza border,” the South African government said. “Given the indiscriminate and grave manner of the latest Israeli attack, the South African government has taken a decision to recall Ambassador Sisa Ngombane with immediate effect until further notice,” it added.
Turkey’s Foreign Ministry minced no words and called Israeli actions on the Gaza border “a massacre,” and the country’s President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, labelled it a “genocide.” At a speed in London he said his country had recalled its ambassadors to both the US and Israel, according to the Turkish web site the Daily Sabeh.
The United Nations Security Council plans to hold an emergency meeting on Gaza in New York on Tuesday, with the US appearing to have quashed calls for an investigation
Quash away, Nimrata.
The whole world watched it happen.
An investigation into whether or not the Jews murdered dozens of unarmed protesters yesterday is about as useful as an investigation into whether or not the sky is blue. Or an investigation into whether or not you’re a whore.
The IDF did its best to make its case that the Hamas-led protests, known as the Great March of Return, were not peaceful demonstrations but violent riots designed to break through the border fence and kidnap soldiers.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the violence saying that “every nation has the right to defend its borders. Hamas clearly says its intentions are to destroy Israel and sends thousands to break through the border for that end. We will continue to act with resolve to defend our sovereignty and our citizens.”
Except white nations don’t have a right to defend their borders, do they?
I’m so, so, so, so tired of making that point.
And this goes beyond “Jews in America and Europe say we can’t have borders while supporting Israel’s wall and assassination defense systems.”
The Israeli government ITSELF funds an organization called “IsrAID” that engages in people smuggling into Europe.
They played a major role in smuggling all of the “Syrian refugees” from Pakistan, Afghanistan, etc., from Turkey into Greece during the 2015 “refugee crisis.”
And of course, the ADL and SPLC and other organizations which are actively trying to have me and others who speak out against the invasion of Europe and America silenced, bankrupt and/or imprisoned, also actively support Israel and their right to defend their borders and remain and ethnically pure state.
So this is not a situation of “different Jews have different views” – the very same Jews promoting open borders for whites support assassinating land-theft protesters in Palestine.
But Israel’s allies in Europe, who earlier in the week spoke of Israel’s right to defend itself against Iran, called for restraint after Monday turned out to be the bloodiest day of protests since the Great March began on March 30.
The number of casualties was reported by the Hamas-led Ministry of Health in Gaza and there was no independent corroboration.
The German Foreign Office and the French Foreign Ministry expressed concern that Israeli actions in Gaza amounted to a disproportional use of force.
Be careful Germany…
Don’t ever forget that you did the thing…
The thing with the lampshades…
“Israel has the right to defend itself and to secure the fence against violent incursion. However, the principle of proportionality applies. That includes only using live ammunition when other, less forceful methods of deterrence do not work and in cases of concrete threats,” the German Foreign Office said.
Entering Gaza from Israel. Palestinians on golf carts ferry visitors along about a mile long wired in walkway, after exiting a steel gate in Israel’s wall. The biggest open prison in the world? Feels like it. pic.twitter.com/XdrJmmPPqB
— Jeremy Bowen (@BowenBBC) May 15, 2018
No one anywhere can argue that it is necessary to use live ammo on unarmed protesters on the other side of a wide perimeter lined with a series of barbwire fences.
Israel isn’t even really trying to make that argument.
It is pure shock and awe war tactics applied to crowd control.
Today was the easiest possible day to condemn Israeli violence against Palestinians in Gaza, and you should notice the hell out of any so-called progressive who didn’t
— Natalie Shure (@nataliesurely) May 15, 2018
Which – okay.
Shoot protesters to send a message.
But don’t be the only country in the world allowed to do that, then claim that you have that special right because of an alleged historical event 75 years ago on a different continent.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian called for restraint on both sides, but unlike Germany did not make any statement against Hamas.
“France again calls on the Israeli authorities to exercise discretion and restraint with respect to the use of force, which must be strictly proportionate. It reaffirms the duty to protect civilians, especially minors, and the right of Palestinians to demonstrate peacefully,” Drian said.
French President Emmanuel Macron condemned Israel’s actions in Gaza. “(Macron) lamented the large number of Palestinian civilian casualties in Gaza today and over the past few weeks,” the French presidency said.
“He condemned the violence of Israeli armed forces against demonstrators.”
Macron talked with Jordan’s King Abdullah and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Monday and is planning to talk with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday, the presidency said.
Talk to them about what?
Israel has done this, they’ve always done it, they will continue to do it. And they’re not going to apologize.
There isn’t really a conversation to be had there.
The European Union, the United Nations and Great Britain’s Theresa May also called for restraint. The EU, in addition, urged Israel not to use disproportional force and for Hamas to ensure that the demonstrations were peaceful.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres said, “it is imperative that everyone show the utmost restraint to avoid further loss of life, including ensuring that all civilians and particularly children are not put in harm’s way.
Zeid Ra’ad, the Office of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights tweeted a much sharper note out of Geneva.
The “shocking killing of dozens, injury of hundreds by Israeli live fire in #Gaza must stop now. The right to life must be respected. Those responsible for outrageous human rights violations must be held to account. The [international] community needs to ensure justice for victims.”
Yeah, good luck.
But the good part is: we all saw this.
The world saw it.
Has a New York tabloid ever had such a headline about the Palestinians? “55 slaughtered in Gaza, but Ivanka all smiles at Jerusalem embassy unveil” pic.twitter.com/eVmglAWSWy
— Mohamad Bazzi (@BazziNYU) May 15, 2018
Over 50 killed in Gaza today and 2,000 wounded, on top of the 41 killed and more than 9,000 wounded over the past weeks. This is a staggering toll. Hamas violence does not justify Israel firing on unarmed protesters.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) May 14, 2018
The killing of dozens of unarmed protesters and wounding of many more by Israeli forces in Gaza, on the day President Trump moved the US embassy to Jerusalem, is an outrage that demands not just international condemnation, but action.https://t.co/qUDmcDe2xv
— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) May 14, 2018
The Jews are a brutal, murderous people.
They are not the victims they told you they are.
And through their actions, they are continuing to isolate themselves from any form of sympathy. Global financial control, blackmail, bribery and assassination squads can go a long way. But if the entire world hates you, then the entire world hates you, and that puts you in a hard spot.