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Thursday, October 19, 2023
The Disaster of Israeli Zionism
The Cryptocracy’s Covert Stratagem for the Destruction of the Jewish People
The Secret Iniquity of Aryan Occultism
...From Tokyo to Dresden, from Beirut ‘82 to Gaza ’09 and ‘14, Allied and Israeli war crimes have been consigned to the lowest region of the Memory Hole. For the denizens of the United States of Amnesia, for whom recalling the identity of who’s buried in Grant’s Tomb is a tall order, mass murder committed by “The Allies,” doesn’t register. Arab terrorists — now there’s a meme they can wrap their heads around.
It may be necessary to think of revisionist history as an antidote to the coercive artifice of our media-saturated universe, wherein Andrew Roberts, Churchill’s hagiographer, along with the sad wreck of a man by the name of General David Petraeus, late of Afghanistan, the CIA and his mistress’s boudoir—to whom he surrendered the top secrets of the US government in exchange for her charms—condescend to explain to the rubes the extraordinary nobility of the Israeli military.
In the Wall Street Journal of October 14 (p. C4), in the midst of the Israeli slaughter of hundreds of children in Gaza and the deliberate bombing of hospitals and apartment blocks, these macabre comedians wrote:
“Sending ground forces into Gaza…as Israel has every right to do, will inevitably result in substantial Palestinian civilian casualties…But however enormous the challenge, Israel must maintain its long-standing commitment to its ethical code of the ‘purity of arms’…
“Moreover, as major urban combat operations begin, the residents of Gaza—and the West Bank too—need and deserve a way forward. They must be told not only what Israel’s military objectives are but what sort of future they and their children can expect after the war. As the U.S. was reminded in the wake of capturing Baghdad and toppling the regime of Saddam Hussein, considerable thought and planning need to be devoted to the post-conflict phase…”
Israelis have “every right” to kill Palestinian civilians, and after they “inevitably” do so as a result of their “purity of arms,” the good-hearted Petraeus and Roberts solicit concern for the future of the survivors of the massacre. They conclude their clueless “expert viewpoint” by citing Mr. Bush’s Iraq war as a model of how the Israelis should comport themselves, given that “considerable thought and planning” was “devoted to the post-conflict phase of the “capture” of the city of Baghdad.
Our most sardonic grin is reserved for their allusion to the Israeli military’s “purity of arms,” This is Orwellian hype from the Ministry of Truth in Jerusalem, fed like pabulum to doofuses in the media, along with that other tissue of absurdity, the Israeli killers in uniform hailed as “the most moral army in the world.” Is there anyone above the age of five who believes this? Yes, kindergarten is still in session in the U.S., where deceit is laughably diaphanous…
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Monday, October 02, 2023
Did Europeans Steal America from the Indians?
Not Stolen: The Truth about European Colonialism in the New World
By Jeff Flynn-Paul (Bombardier Books, 2023). Softcover, 397 pp.
Reviewed by Michael Hoffman
Not Stolen is a unique, though embryonic, defense of the European-American enterprise of discovery and settlement. It is not an academic book. It is intended as a popular work for the masses. Its thesis is correct: generally speaking with some exceptions, indigenous Americans were not above ritually torturing, murdering, kidnapping, brutally enslaving and even eating their fellow Natives in rival tribes.
The notion that Ithaca, New York’s Cornell University (and a hundred other institutions of higher learning equally contested), is situated on land “stolen from Native people” is a hoax, given that in the case of Ithaca, the Iroquois themselves expropriated the land from other tribes.
The benighted omission of the history of Native American civil wars is the foundation upon which the cries for Cornell to be “returned” to the Iroquois (to cite one instance), are put forth. Lost in the folds of dainty political correctness are the facts of the ferocious inter-tribal warfare of the Natives...
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