Thursday 22 November 2012

Hypocritical Israeli Slaughter Campaign in Gaza, Observation

I could not help but raise a severe smile recently when watching the news coverage of the Israeli slaughter campaign in Gaza. The controlled news media, surprisingly, does show the terrible images of the aftermath of an Israeli air assault on Gaza, with entire families killed and maimed, and giant craters where humble Palestinian homes once stood. There were horrifying scenes of carnage and gore, maimed children with missing limbs and broken spines, and wailing from blood-soaked relatives after news was broken to them that their loved ones had perished in the onslaught.

We then skip over to a plush Jewish settlement where residents are kitted out with the latest bomb detecting devices to warn them of possible rocket attacks, and all families have their own personal bombproof panic-room. British journalists interview members of the community and they are all extremely agitated, angered and eager to express their grievances and curse the 'barbarous' Palestinians. The same Palestinians, by the way, that these Israelis refuse to acknowledge and/or refer to by their ethnic identity, claiming they don't exist and are merely Arab interlopers jumping on the anti-semitic bandwagon.

After watching the devastation of Gaza, we hear Israeli's yammering about how they have had to endure relentless Arab rocket attacks - crude things made from fertiliser - and all were scared witless, or so they claimed. The journalists were attentive and sympathetic to their 'plight'. However, I could not help but notice that the only visible damage was a couple of broken windows and a few rags of rubbish sprawled across a road some place. Yet the media wrings its hands and talks of how what is needed is a 'truce' to prevent these two groups attacking one another, or rather, so that Israel does not need to defend itself so 'vigorously' and 'assertively'.

When one concerned Israeli woman pointed to her special rocket detecting gadget on her living room table, there stood right next to it was a rather large and expensive looking vase in pristine condition. It makes you wonder - or it made me wonder - seriously, if a neighbourhood, any neighbourhood, was being literally 'rocked' by a barrage of missiles, crude or otherwise, would such a fragile ornament as this survive the ordeal? The alleged 'terrifying blasts'? Would it have survived in Gaza? Hmm... Perhaps it's just me, but I think not.

Come on, people. Is there anyone out there still so gullible - so utterly naive - that they actually believe the 'Western' press is in any way 'impartial' in this whole affair? A neutral force that just wants to report world events accurately and aspires towards justice and what is right and good for all parties? To such people I can only implore of them - do yourselves a favour: pull your heads out of your backsides and smell the reeking stench of the gefilte fish.

Ask yourselves the question: Would the media be handling such a slaughter as this with kid gloves and sensitivity if this were, let us say, the Iranian military butchering a defenceless group of people within or without their own borders? Would there be calls for mediation, understanding and a diplomatic solution towards ending the 'conflict'? Not a cat in hells chance. There would be international outrage; international condemnation; calls for sanctions, calls for a trade embargo, calls for a no-fly zone - and no doubt even calls for a full scale war to 'save the oppressed unfortunates' and overthrow the 'wicked, murderous Iranian dictatorship'. Why is this? The answer to that is so overwhelmingly obvious that only a complete idiot or ignoramus could not see it. The 'chosen' tribe of Judah rules the roost in the 'Western' world. I for one am sick and tired of this disgusting hypocrisy. Delenda est Judaica.

James Mac.