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Israel Helped to Found Hamas & All Wars Are Bankers' Wars But Peace is Still Possible

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Israel Helped to Found Hamas & All Wars Are Bankers' Wars But Peace is Still Possible

1) Eyes on Israel

Hamas’ attack on Israel last Saturday requires no further introduction. Condemning the glorification of civilian death should be the baseline for any conversation on this issue, from any side.

Alas, it is not.

The problem here, of course, is that Gaza is the world’s largest and most densely packed refugee detention camp.

This means that Netanyahu’s retaliation against Hamas will befall all Gazans.

By his own words.

Penned in by Israelis and the Egyptian military on either side, Gazans are not allowed to leave. Another word for that is collective punishment.

But of course, collective punishment isn’t that popular. And so it needs to be peddled to the people via the most sophisticated influence operations tools ever to be invented: social media.

This is why we are now witnessing the Next Current Thing (TM) campaign online.

And the war mongering shills have increased their volume.

You will notice that Hamas snuff videos seem to be able to circulate freely online while the voices of those who opposed all Covid mandates, and all war in Ukraine, remain heavily shadow banned across all social media platforms. Build Back Better cannot happen without some good old fashioned destruction coming first.

2) Mossad Turned a Blind Eye

The most immediate and alarming indication that those in power have no desire for peace comes from the apparent turning of a blind eye by Israel to the atrocities that Hamas had been plotting.

Hamas would have had to be months-in-the-planning to pull off such a multi-militia, land, air and sea attack. All of this would have been in coordination with their rivals at the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ). For those of us who know, it is highly unlikely that such complicated and detailed planning could have occurred without Israel detecting any movement whatsoever in this regard.

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Questions immediately arose as to how one of the world’s most sophisticated intelligence agencies didn’t see this attack coming.

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And ground testimonies from Israel indicate that there appears to have been no rapid response team deployed on the ground by Israel for at least 6 hours. This makes matters even more alarming.

Such a delay is frankly, shocking.

The BBC reports via their Security Correspondent Frank Gardner 8th October 2023:

Dozens of armed Hamas gunmen were able to cross the heavily fortified border between Israel and the Gaza Strip, while thousands of rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel.

With the combined efforts of Shin Bet, Israeli domestic intelligence, Mossad, its external spy agency and all the assets of the Israel Defense Forces, it is frankly astounding that nobody saw this coming.

Or if they did, they failed to act on it.

Israel has arguably the most extensive and well-funded intelligence services in the Middle East…

..It has informants and agents inside Palestinian militant groups, as well as in Lebanon, Syria and elsewhere.

It has, in the past, carried out precisely timed assassinations of militant leaders, knowing all their movements intimately.

Sometimes these have been done with drone strikes, after agents have placed a GPS tracker on an individual's car; sometimes in the past it has even used exploding mobile phones.

On the ground, along the tense border fence between Gaza and Israel there are cameras, ground-motion sensors and regular army patrols.

The barbed-wire topped fence is supposed to have been a "smart barrier" to prevent exactly the sort of infiltration that has taken place in this attack.

Yet the militants of Hamas simply bulldozed their way through it, cut holes in the wire or entered Israel from the sea and by paraglider.

To prepare for and carry out such a coordinated, complex attack involving the stockpiling and firing of thousands of rockets, right under the noses of the Israelis, must have taken extraordinary levels of operational security by Hamas…

..Not surprisingly the Israeli media has been asking urgent questions of their country's military and political leaders as to how all this could have occurred, on the 50th anniversary of another surprise attack by Israel's enemies at the time: the Yom Kippur war of October 1973.”

AP Reports 9th October 2023:

An Egyptian intelligence official said Egypt, which often serves as a mediator between Israel and Hamas, had spoken repeatedly with the Israelis about “something big,” without elaborating.

He said Israeli officials were focused on the West Bank and played down the threat from Gaza. Netanyahu’s government is made up of supporters of Jewish West Bank settlers who have demanded a security crackdown in the face of a rising tide of violence there over the last 18 months.

“We have warned them an explosion of the situation is coming, and very soon, and it would be big. But they underestimated such warnings,” said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to discuss the content of sensitive intelligence discussions with the media.”

3) Nothing is What it Seems: Israel Founded Hamas

Readers who may be shocked with the suggestion that Israel could ever possibly turn a blind eye to a Hamas operation should recall that it was indeed Israel that initially helped to found Hamas.

The Wall Street Journal reports 24th June 2009:

“‘Hamas, to my great regret, is Israel's creation,’ says Mr. Cohen, a Tunisian-born Jew who worked in Gaza for more than two decades. Responsible for religious affairs in the region until 1994, Mr. Cohen watched the Islamist movement take shape, muscle aside secular Palestinian rivals and then morph into what is today Hamas, a militant group that is sworn to Israel's destruction.

Instead of trying to curb Gaza's Islamists from the outset, says Mr. Cohen, Israel for years tolerated and, in some cases, encouraged them as a counterweight to the secular nationalists of the Palestine Liberation Organization and its dominant faction, Yasser Arafat's Fatah…Israel's experience echoes that of the U.S., which, during the Cold War, looked to Islamists as a useful ally against communism. Anti-Soviet forces backed by America after Moscow's 1979 invasion of Afghanistan later mutated into al Qaeda…

..Crucially, Israel often stood aside when the Islamists and their secular left-wing Palestinian rivals battled, sometimes violently, for influence in both Gaza and the West Bank.. ‘..When I look back at the chain of events I think we made a mistake,’ says David Hacham, who worked in Gaza in the late 1980s and early '90s as an Arab-affairs expert in the Israeli military. ‘But at the time nobody thought about the possible results.’.."?

The Intercept reports 19th February 2018:

This isn’t a conspiracy theory. Listen to former Israeli officials such as Brig. Gen. Yitzhak Segev, who was the Israeli military governor in Gaza in the early 1980s. Segev later told a New York Times reporter that he had helped finance the Palestinian Islamist movement as a “counterweight” to the secularists and leftists of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Fatah party, led by Yasser Arafat (who himself referred to Hamas as “a creature of Israel.”)

“The Israeli government gave me a budget,” the retired brigadier general confessed, “and the military government gives to the mosques.”

The Times of Israel opines, 3rd December 2018:

In the early seventies Shiekh Ahmed Yassin started the Organization Mujama Al Islamiya which helped establish the Islamic University in Gaza, hospitals and schools.

Just like the United States was funding the Taliban to fight in Afghanistan against the Soviets to bring down the communists so too was Israel selling Arms to Iran to fight their archenemy Iraq during the early eighties.”

Considering the above, it is not too difficult to understand how Mossad could lose its moral compass in the name of the greater good.

4) Gaza Will Bleed

A major Israeli attack on Gaza, that precipitates multiple civilian casualties, is likely to polarise already divided societies across the world and may even give rise to reprisal attacks in European and US cities. Such global instability would serve to provide further pretext for Globalists to securitise our societies even more, so as to facilitate their Great Reset.

They want us all baying for each others’ blood. They don’t care which side you take. The most important thing for them is that you do take a side. This way, Globalists can divide and rule.

It was all covered here in my conversation with Joe Rogan at the end of January 2022.

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Remember, divide and conquer facilitates control, which maintains Globalist power, and keeps their banking flowing.

But we can refuse to play.

5) Hamas Took The Bait

Upon the above, what seems likely is that certain psychopaths at Mossad picked up word, and turned a blind eye, to certain other psychopaths at Hamas attacking innocent people inside Israel.

But why would Israel do that? Such a bloody but tactical retreat by Israel allows for Hamas to walk straight into a trap: to inadvertently create a domestic 9/11 moment for Netanyahu to exploit. Hamas just ensured hitherto failing Netanyahu’s political survival, and worse facilitated the Israeli re-invasion of Gaza. Recall that Netanyahu had become a deeply unpopular political pariah inside Israel.

In the meantime, the anti-Netanyahu protests are on hold. Organisers cancelled Saturday evening’s protests, citing the security situation and voicing support for the army.

This is how Hamas just walked straight into a trap.

Netanyahu needed this war. It is never about honour.

6) Regional Aims

But Israel and Hamas are not the only two parties involved in this great Game of Nations. Iran is alleged to have funded and coordinated these attacks for Hamas.

The Wall Street Journal reports (updated) 8th October 2023:

The regional context explains much of Iran’s motives.

Prior to Covid, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) had signed an unprecedented peace deal with Israel, called the Abraham Accords.

NPR reports 24th January 2021

Then, in a surprise move for most, China negotiated a peace deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia, who had both been horrifically fighting in Yemen.

New York Times reports 11th March 2023:

This set the stage for the rise of Saudi Arabia.

After having ended their war with Iran on one front, and after the UAE set a precedent for peace with Israel on the other, Saudi Arabia’s “reforming” absolute monarch Mohammad Bin Salman (MBS) saw an opportunity to make his move as a major regional player by also floating the truly historic idea of Saudi normalisation with Israel.

Haaretz reports 23rd August 2023:

Among a series of hints and signals, slips of the tongue and commentaries in recent weeks over the possible normalization of relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia, there’s one explicit decision that remains lacking. Saudi Arabia hasn’t yet clearly stated its position on whether Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman intends to take the step, and if so, subject to what..

Such power moves by Saudi Arabia threatened her rival for Islamic domination in the region, Iran. In this context, and by assuring devastating Israeli retaliation in Gaza, this latest attack by Hamas firmly upsets any Saudi aspirations for leading peace initiatives in the region. With Gaza being bombed to rubble, the Saudis have no choice but to pull out.

Israel is of course set to respond to yesterday’s attacks in fury, by totally destroying Hamas in Gaza and reoccupying it. Facilitating Israel’s reoccupation of Gaza ensures that Saudi plans for regional peace are immediately placed on ice. Iran lives another day.

7) The Rise of the Black Sun

Recent developments do not mean though that peace is now impossible. They simply alter the state of play on the global chess board. There is a way to avoid global civil conflict of the sort warned against above, but the window to act is fast closing.

Assuming we get through the looming devastation caused by Israel in Gaza, the International Community will have a chance to springboard from Israel’s planned reoccupation of Gaza in order to leverage renewed peace negotiations with Saudi Arabia, Iran and Palestine all at once.

The prerequisite is understanding what each side wants.

  • Saudi Arabia wants to be a regional economic and Islamic powerhouse.

  • Iran wants an end to sanctions, including on her nuclear capability.

  • Palestinians want a state.

  • Israelis want normalisation.

If Israel is in Gaza, Hamas would be out of the equation. This can make it possible for Israel to eventually grant recognition to a Palestinian state run by the Palestinian Authority (PA) in exchange for peace and normalisation with Saudi Arabia.

Iran - which, assuming Israel succeeds in Gaza, can no longer use Hamas to throw a spanner in the works - and could be offered its own peace deal with the US, in return for recognising Israel. Any previous objection by Iran would presumably be neutered due to an Israeli recognised Palestinian state. Hezbollah would be granted a role in Lebanon under these proposals too.

This way, Israel gains recognition by Iran and Saudi. The Palestinians gain a state. Iran gains nuclear capability and an end to sanctions, and Saudi Arabia gains her regional economic prosperity.

The scapegoat in this equation would be Hamas. Thus it could be that all sides are placated and the Abraham Accords are expanded.

But for such a vision to work it requires leadership. Much depends on what happens next in Gaza with Israel, and what happens next in the corridors of power in Washington DC. If America sneezes, the world catches a cold. Currently, America has Covid and the world is on life support.

This way peace is possible. But we must refuse to pick a side. The only winning move is not to play. What happens next with the Republican primaries in Washington DC this October will define the course events worldwide.

A balance in the US between the dynasties of ice and fire, the blue and the red, must be restored. And this October, America will just so happen to witness a rare and great symbol of balance rising in our sky: the Black Sun.

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