Charlie Hebdo, Hyper-hypocrisy, and the Holohoax

“Ever since the Jews invented the libel charge of ‘anti-Semitism’ in the 1880s. It was first printed in the Jewish Encyclopaedia (1901 Vol. 1, p. 641), and has been built up with Jewish money, organisations, propaganda and lies (such as the Holocaust — Holohoax), so that now the word is like a snake venom which paralyses one’s nervous system. Even the mention of the word ‘Jew’ is shunned unless used in a most favourable and positive context.”

Charles A. Weisman, Who is Esau-Edom?, Weisman Publications, 1966.

In the wake of last summer’s hypocritically restrained global condemnation of Israel’s controversial Operation Protective Edge against Palestinians in the blockaded concentration camp known as the Gazza Strip — almost 2,200 were killed including 501children with a further 1,500 being orphaned; 11,100 were wounded including 410 elderly people, 2,088 women, and 3,374 children of whom some 1,000 would suffer lifelong disability; a UN estimate that 373,000 children would require direct and specialised psychosocial support; the destruction of 18,000 housing units with 108,000 being made homeless in addition to the 12,000 still displaced and a shortage of 71,000 housing units as a result of the 2008-09 Operation Caste Lead attack; the bombing of Gaza’s only power plant thereby causing additional strain on an already dilapidated electrical grid; the shutdown of water treatment plants resulting from the power plant’s destruction; the decommissioning by Israeli tank fire of the largest sewage treatment plant, the extensive damage to water and sewage systems that caused the release of raw sewage into open pools, farmland, and the Mediterranean Sea; and the destruction of the social infrastructure that made life for Palestinians even more unbearable than it already was — Israel was forced to face the distinct possibility of a widespread public opinion backlash.

Frantic pushing of the panic button, however, did not occur until the end of October 2014 when Sweden — despite endless diplomatic and media invocations and reminders of the Holocaust — became the first European Union member in Western Europe to officially recognise the state of Palestine. This audacious groundbreaking move by the Swedes proved to be an example for others — and despite strident warnings from war criminal Netanyahu that recognition of Palestine would be a “grave mistake” — parliaments in Britain, Spain, Portugal, France, Ireland, and the European Union jumped on the pace gathering bandwagon which Israel with its usual holocaustic vitriol roundly condemned. Israeli officials were then forced to recognise that this sudden attack of European conscience was a massive haemorrhage in the Zionist Israeli instilled fear of being labelled anti-Semitic. The situation called for the mustering of all hands for urgent action that would teach those perverse Europeans a lesson and stem the mounting shift of unfavourable public opinion against Israel. It was therefore time for an “Islamic” terror attack to bring the West back into line as a Zionist stooge that tolerated without question Israel’s barbaric crimes against the Palestinian people. Charlie Hebdo Cartoons — publisher of controversial cartoons about the prophet Mohammed — proved to be a natural and ideal target for such a lesson.

( Irrespective of whether or not this was an Israeli False Flag operation, the ensuing hullabaloo was a three-ring circus whose main feature was an outlandish show of mass hypocrisy on the march that erased from the memory all images of those hungry, shivering, unsheltered, human casualties of illegal wars — wars whose very architects were the leaders who arm-in-arm led more than a million French citizens through Paris in an unprecedented march to pay tribute to the few victims of the alleged Islamist militant attacks. All of a sudden the aforementioned crimes of Israel’s Operation Protective Edge were forgotten and Israel — despite being irrefutably the main cause of all the suffering and crimes against humanity in the Middle East —was the the “good guy” ally of the West in its fight against Islamic terror. For Israel it was mission accomplished and criminal lowlife Netanyahu with kosher ham-handedness — in keeping with his government's plan to help step up immigration from France — reminded French Jews that they have a home waiting for them in Israel. He also expressed his appreciation for the “very firm position” taken by French leaders against “the new anti-Semitism and terrorism” in France.

This leadership gathering of the “usual suspects” who have unashamedly stood by while Netanyahu engaged in the slaughter of countless Palestinians, were themselves responsible for millions of deaths in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria. They attack, destroy, and invade one Muslim country after another and then bemoan the reaction to their lies, their propaganda, and their criminality. While the death of 17 innocent human beings in the Paris twin attacks is regrettable and warrants unconditional condemnation, we should also in our orchestrated hysteria not overlook other more pressing tragedies that require our urgent attention. Apart from the daily casualties of Western-induced conflicts, on the each day of the Paris attacks, some 22,000 (a two-day total of 44,000) children under the age of five died. “the silent killers are poverty, hunger, easily preventable diseases and illnesses, and other related causes. Despite the scale of this daily/ongoing catastrophe, it rarely manages to achieve, much less sustain, prime-time, headline coverage.” ( around-the-world)


“Don’t turn your face away.

Once you’ve seen, you can no longer act like you don’t know.

Open your eyes to the truth. It’s all around you.

Don’t deny what the eyes to your soul have revealed to you.

Now that you know, you cannot feign ignorance.

Now that you’re aware of the problem, you cannot pretend you don’t care.

To be concerned is to be human.

To act is to care.”

Vashti Quiroz-Vega

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