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11 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Agreed, I just want us to be neutral internationally and concentrate on looking after our own kith and kin.  No chance of that while we're governed by globalists. 

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They criticized Israel. This Twitter account upended their lives.

 

Since Oct. 7, StopAntisemitism has flagged hundreds of people who have criticized Israel’s actions in Gaza. Many were swiftly fired.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2024/04/16/stop-antisemitism-twitter-zionism-israel/

 

Dani Marzouca was in bed trying to sleep when the phone started buzzing. An organization dedicated to publicly rebuking critics of Israelhad posted on X a clip of Marzouca declaring that “radical solidarity with Palestine means … not apologizing for Hamas.”

 

The 20-second clip, from an Instagram live stream, rapidly garnered more than 1 million views. Soon, the group, StopAntisemitism, was calling Marzouca a “Hamas terrorist supporter” and tagging their employer, the branding firm Terakeet of Syracuse, N.Y. Hundreds of people commented on X, LinkedIn and email, including one who asked: “Do you really have antisemites like this working for you, @Terakeet?”

 

Within a day, Marzouca was fired — a development Terakeet announced as a reply to StopAntisemitism’s Twitter thread, 15 hours after the original post.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, cemeterycrow said:

They criticized Israel. This Twitter account upended their lives.

 

Since Oct. 7, StopAntisemitism has flagged hundreds of people who have criticized Israel’s actions in Gaza. Many were swiftly fired.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2024/04/16/stop-antisemitism-twitter-zionism-israel/

 

Dani Marzouca was in bed trying to sleep when the phone started buzzing. An organization dedicated to publicly rebuking critics of Israelhad posted on X a clip of Marzouca declaring that “radical solidarity with Palestine means … not apologizing for Hamas.”

 

The 20-second clip, from an Instagram live stream, rapidly garnered more than 1 million views. Soon, the group, StopAntisemitism, was calling Marzouca a “Hamas terrorist supporter” and tagging their employer, the branding firm Terakeet of Syracuse, N.Y. Hundreds of people commented on X, LinkedIn and email, including one who asked: “Do you really have antisemites like this working for you, @Terakeet?”

 

Within a day, Marzouca was fired — a development Terakeet announced as a reply to StopAntisemitism’s Twitter thread, 15 hours after the original post.

 

 

 

 

this word "antisemitism" stops all dialogue and opportunity for investigation

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Truce Talks Inch Along

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken urged Hamas yesterday to accept Israel's latest proposal for a temporary cease-fire in exchange for the release of some hostages. The proposal reportedly involves a two-part plan, with Israel seeking the initial release of 33 of the roughly 130 hostages remaining in Hamas' captivity (down from an original demand of 40).

 

Blinken's comments came on his visit to Saudi Arabia—the first stop on his latest Middle East trip over truce talks—as a Hamas delegation met with Egyptian mediators in Cairo. Hamas previously said it seeks a full end to the war with Israel and the removal of Israeli troops from Gaza in exchange for the release of all hostages. 

 

Separately, Israeli leaders are reportedly concerned over the possibility of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, preparing to issue arrest warrants, including for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The ICC has been investigating possible war crimes committed by both Israel and Hamas in Gaza going back to 2014 (see timeline). 

 

See updates on the war here.

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https://books.openedition.org/ceup/2139?lang=en

In a section of his Consolaçam, Samuel Usque describes the Ottoman Empire* as the great consolation of the Jews because there the gates of free-dom are open and Judaism can be freely practiced.1 Life there is said to restore the human character. Here, the Jew can return to his ancient practices, abandoning the religion that has been forced upon him by those among whom he has wandered. In that section of his work, Usque refers to the “double life” the conversos have to lead in Christian Europe. He emphasizes the toll it takes on their conscience. Usque’s claim expresses the consensus of the Jews and conversos who have chosen the Ottoman Empire as their new home.2

Yet the Ottoman Empire did not differ principally from other countries because, as everywhere, the Jewish presence was tolerated as an act of magnanimity by the ruler; however, in the Ottoman Empire, Jews were accorded a special status. Spanish and Portuguese Jews could revive a consciousness lost because of the Expulsion, and the social fabric of a vanished Iberian life was reconstituted under relatively felicitous circumstances.

Most important, in the sixteenth century, the Ottoman Empire was one of the most advanced and best-administered states in the world, and modern in meritocracy and tolerance. Each social class and all sources of wealth were regarded as obliged to preserve and promote the ruler; hence all types of economic activities were regulated by the state alone.3

The cities were multi-ethnic. Originally the leadership was non-Muslim, and not Ottoman. While the former soon changed, many important posts remained filled by Balkan Slavs who had converted to Islam. In the Arabic speaking lands, the Ottoman conquest did not much change the daily life of the population. They merely exchanged one Muslim power for another.

However, for the Jews, newly arriving from different parts of Europe, the change in lifestyle was monumental. Socially, they were less integrated than their local co-religionists, although earlier those too had been expelled from their homes and had undergone forced transfers.

As in most European countries, in the Ottoman Empire capital was created by commerce, handicrafts, and agriculture. The Jews, as members of the rising merchant class, could fit well into the ideals of Istanbul society, where they were supported by the sultan, especially during Grand Vizir Rustam’s and Sīnan Pasha’s time, who, as well as his advisors, promoted the case of Jewish merchants.4 Their privileged position brought some local hostility against them; the guilds had viewed Jews as their enemy, but competition for business cut through all religions. In Bursa, Italian agents as well as Jewish traders waited eagerly for the caravans and competed aggressively for the goods arriving from Persia...

 

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while witnessing the majesty and tolerance, enjoying the comforts of life in the Ottoman Empire, envy grew in the heart of Theodor Herzl - the founder of Zionism.
-Theoder Herzl himself was an ATHEIST and did not believe in a God the way Jewish people did.
-most Orthodox Jews did not agree to his idea of Zionism and a new state of israel.

-with the help of Edmond Rothschild and the British Empire, the PR Campaign and various political intrigue for Zionism began in order to grow Herzl's movement.


Long story short:

instead of being grateful for the accomodation in Ottoman Lands, Herzl and his friends backstabbed the Ottoman Empire for helping the Jewish people.

 

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Like david icke says, its a handful of families causing all kinds of chaos in the world.

 

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9 hours ago, WJ 777 said:

Truce Talks Inch Along

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken urged Hamas yesterday to accept Israel's latest proposal for a temporary cease-fire in exchange for the release of some hostages. The proposal reportedly involves a two-part plan, with Israel seeking the initial release of 33 of the roughly 130 hostages remaining in Hamas' captivity (down from an original demand of 40).

 

Blinken's comments came on his visit to Saudi Arabia—the first stop on his latest Middle East trip over truce talks—as a Hamas delegation met with Egyptian mediators in Cairo. Hamas previously said it seeks a full end to the war with Israel and the removal of Israeli troops from Gaza in exchange for the release of all hostages. 

 

Separately, Israeli leaders are reportedly concerned over the possibility of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, preparing to issue arrest warrants, including for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The ICC has been investigating possible war crimes committed by both Israel and Hamas in Gaza going back to 2014 (see timeline). 

 

See updates on the war here.

The ICC is toothless. Totally cult owned. Netanyahu and all the other global physcopaths know this too. 

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On 4/30/2024 at 4:50 PM, Dragon Slayer said:

The ICC is toothless. Totally cult owned. Netanyahu and all the other global physcopaths know this too. 

 

Israel's National Security Council (NSC) reportedly held a secret session to discuss possible ICC arrest warrants against Israeli officials.

Decoding the Enemy shows how the real power and control in the world has nothing to do with the democratic process. How the people with that money and power allow the earth to suffer, allow millions of children to die every year from a lack of clean, drinkable water and all the while, keeping incredible new technology from us.

 

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Israel tells U.S. retaliation would loom over Palestinians if ICC issues warrants (axios.com)

 

The Israeli government warned the Biden administration that if the International Criminal Court issues arrest warrants against Israeli leaders, it will take retaliatory steps against the Palestinian Authority that could lead to its collapse, two Israeli and U.S. officials said.

 

Why it matters: Israeli officials have grown increasingly concerned over the last two weeks that the International Criminal Court (ICC) is preparing to issue arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and Israel Defense Forces chief of staff Herzi Halevi.

 

International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Karim Khan speaks during a press conference in Bogota, Colombia on Apr. 25, 2024.

Photo: Luis Acosta/AFP via Getty Images

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Clashes at UCLA Protests

The University of California, Los Angeles, canceled classes yesterday after brawls broke out between opposing groups of protesters on campus. According to reports, counter-protesters attacked pro-Palestinian protesters with sticks and poles late Tuesday night, with someone throwing fireworks into the camp. Clashes continued for hours before police intervened, with people using pepper spray, throwing chairs, and beating someone to the ground. It is not clear how many people were injured or arrested. See photos of the incident here; view video here (warning—sensitive content).

 

Pro-Palestinian protesters had been stationed at UCLA for close to a week amid nationwide university protests calling for divestment from Israeli companies, among other demands. At Columbia University, New York police made over 100 arrests and blamed outside agitators for escalatory tactics at protests, including taking over Hamilton Hall (see previous write-up).

 

Separately, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken was in Israel yesterday as the US pursues a cease-fire and hostage release to stave off Israel's promised invasion of Rafah in southern Gaza. See all updates here.

 

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