I’ve been asked why I don’t speak out on the Israel/Gaza hostilities.
Choose sides. Get behind our warriors, our team.
I regard the conflict as supremely tragic for all concerned. However, here are my reasons for not taking sides.
First of all, I oppose war under any circumstances. I oppose all killing.
Second, war never settles an issue; it always leaves residue, leading to the next war: 1870 –> 1914 –> 1939. (1)
But the most pressing reason, a here-and-now reason is that I’d be playing right into the deep state’s playbook.
I see this war as having been staged by the deep state to further divide humanity and I don’t want to contribute to the success of that agenda.
They want us divided and warring among each other. If I choose Israel, Muslims and Arabs will be up in arms. If I choose Gaza, world Jewry will do the same. And to what end?
The deep state will rejoice at the mayhem they’re creating. We kill each other, never suspecting we’re being manipulated.
All I’d be doing, in this case, is increasing the divide among humanity and making it more difficult for us to ward off what the deep state has in store for us. In a word: Annihilation.
We have a WHO (World Health Organization) which is pushing pandemics and their toxic vaccines, killing millions. And they want to have power over our governments? What am I missing?
We have an American government that’s committed to destroying America. The southern border alone is creating a Gordian knot of a problem.
We have a world religious organization that’s the center of every Satanic and evil thing we [cannot] imagine. Where do we turn for comfort and upliftment?
In my opinion, peace-loving people around the world need to unite to reject war as a means of settling disputes. They need to demand peace in Israel and Gaza and the removal of those commanding the waging of war.
I think it necessary for the world as one to stand up and say, “This ends here. This ends now,” before the resort to war will end on this planet.
As for me and my house: This ends here. This ends now.
(1) The Franco-Prussian War left residue which in part fueled the Great War of 1914, whose residue in turn fueled the Second World War of 1939.