Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Garland FALSE FLAG Was a Distraction Away From Report Outing IDF as a Bunch of Savage Lunatics

Who says Pam Gellar doesn't earn her keep? Together with the psychotic Geert Wilders, they make a good 'Bimbo and Clod' combo, putting on shows to distract Gentiles away from the following report that shows AGAIN that the IDF is NOT the 'world's most moral army,' but a sick and twisted collection of psycho-killers and blood-soaked butchers. Gellar staged her show on the SAME day the report outing the IDF as a bunch of depraved blood-lusting killers hit the press.

Add in the tweet 'found' by MOSSAD asset Rita Katz that purports to show ISIS--Israeli Secret Intelligence Services--being behind the Garland False Flag, and it's a slam-dunk case against 'Benny the Butcher' and the homicidal maniacs of Israel.
May 04, 2015 "Information Clearing House" - "The Intercept" - The Israeli group Breaking the Silence issued a report this morning containing testimony from Israeli soldiers about the savagery and criminality committed by the Israeli military during the attack on Gaza last summer. The Independent has a good article describing the report’s findings: “The Israeli military deliberately pounded civilian areas in the Gaza Strip with incessant fire of inaccurate ordinance” and “was at best indifferent about casualties among the Palestinian population.” At best.

The U.N. has said that 7 out of 10 people killed by the Israelis were civilians, “including 1,462 civilians, among them 495 children and 253 women”; video of Israelis killing four Gazan boys as they played on a beach sickened anyone decent.


The Intercept has chosen some selected, representative excerpts from the report, with the rank of the testifying soldier indicated (each one was granted anonymity by the report’s organizers). This is the savage occupying force known as the Israeli Defense Forces:

“Whoever you see there, you kill”

Staff Sargent, Armored Corps:

[A]fter 48 hours during which no one shoots at you and they’re like ghosts, unseen, their presence unfelt – except once in a while the sound of one shot fired over the course of an entire day – you come to realize the situation is under control. And that’s when my difficulty there started, because the formal rules of engagement – I don’t know if for all soldiers – were, “Anything still there is as good as dead. Anything you see moving in the neighborhoods you’re in is not supposed to be there. The [Palestinian] civilians know they are not supposed to be there. Therefore whoever you see there, you kill. . . .

The commander [gave that order]. “Anything you see in the neighborhoods you’re in, anything within a reasonable distance, say between zero and 200 meters – is dead on the spot. No authorization needed.” We asked him: “I see someone walking in the street, do I shoot him?” He said yes.

Did the commander discuss what happens if you run into civilians or uninvolved people?

There are none. The working assumption states – and I want to stress that this is a quote of sorts: that anyone located in an IDF area, in areas the IDF took over – is not [considered] a civilian. That is the working assumption. We entered Gaza with that in mind, and with an insane amount of firepower.

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“The citizens of Gaza, I really don’t give a fuck about them”

Staff Sargent, Infantry:

It was during our first Sabbath. Earlier that day one of the companies was hit by a few anti-tank missiles. The unit went to raid the area from which they were fired, so the guys who stayed behind automatically cared less about civilians. I remember telling myself that right now, the citizens of Gaza, I really don’t give a fuck about them. They don’t deserve anything – and if they deserve something it’s either to be badly wounded or killed. . . .

So this old man came over, and the guy manning the post – I don’t know what was going through his head – he saw this civilian, and he fired at him, and he didn’t get a good hit. The civilian was laying there, writhing in pain. We all remembered that story going around, so none of the paramedics wanted to go treat him. It was clear to everyone that one of two things was going to happen: Either we let him die slowly, or we put him out of his misery. Eventually, we put him out of his misery, and a D9 (armored bulldozer) came over and dropped a mound of rubble on him and that was the end of it. In order to avoid having to deal with the question of whether he was booby-trapped or not – because that really didn’t interest anyone at that moment – the D9 came over, dropped a pile of rubble on his body and that was it. Everyone knew that under that pile there was the guy’s corpse. . . . .

“By the time we got out of there, everything was like a sandbox”

Staff Sargent, Mechanized Infantry:

By the time we got out of there, it was all like a sandbox. Every house we left – and we went through three or four houses – a D9 (armored bulldozer) came over and flattened it. . . .

First of all, it’s impressive seeing a D9 take down a big two-story house. We were in the area of a fairly rich, rural neighborhood – very impressive houses. We were in one spot where there was a house with a children’s residence unit next door – just like in a well-off Moshav (a type of rural town) in Israel. The D9 would simply go in, take down part of the wall and then continue, take down another part of the wall, and leave only the columns intact. At a certain point it would push a pile of sand to create a mound of rubble and bring down other parts, until the house was eventually left stripped, and from that point it would simply hit the house [with its blade] until it collapsed. The D9 was an important working tool. It was working nearly non-stop.
Source: ICH

There's not enough words in the English language to describe the sick, twisted and depraved Israeli Occupation Army that descends into Gaza on a regular basis to butcher the indigenous Palestinians and to give a Viagra like testosterone punch to psycho-killers like Benjamin Netanyahu.

There were cities in Germany that got destroyed by Allied carpet bombing that didn't look as bad as Gaza after Israel's murderous 2014 assault


Genie said...

Your post is so touching, I almost try and avoid the heart breaker stories these days, although it's these harsh realities that outraged me and woke me up after 9-11.

Greg Bacon said...

Stick with what you're doing Genie. Yes, it hurts, but that's a feeling only felt by a true human being.

Genie said...

Thanks, Greg.

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