Israel admits willingness to inflict “mass civilian casualties” in Gaza – GENOCIDE is the endgame
In alleged statements made during “private conversations” with its partners in the United States, the Jewish state of Israel has said that it is willing to kill large number of civilians in order to defeat Hamas in Gaza.
Despite continued support for Israel and its agenda, White House occupant Joe Biden is becoming increasingly “more critical” of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s outsized response to the October 7 Hamas attack, especially now that there is clearly a “humanitarian crisis in Gaza.”
The New York Times, which broke the “private conversations” story, says the general sentiment among those in the know is that massive numbers of civilian casualties are likely to occur, and that this is okay because Israel must complete its endgame of total annihilation in Gaza.
“It became evident to U.S. officials that Israeli leaders believed mass civilian casualties were an acceptable price in the military campaign,” the Times reported, adding that Israeli officials are constantly referring to the “devastating bombings” of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in World War II as justification for their ongoing war crimes.
(Related: Israel is going to war with the United Nations over the body’s opposition to the Israeli genocide in Gaza.)
It almost seems like Israel wants to target civilians – because how else will it ethnically cleanse the Palestinian territory it wants to annex?
When lawyer and activist Steven Donziger caught wind of the Times story and the claims it makes, he took to Instagram to write, basically, that everything now taking place on the world stage makes perfect sense in light of these revelations.
“This might help explain the massive scale of civilian and child death currently taking place in Gaza,” Donziger wrote. “This mentality also might explain why Israel just dropped a huge bomb on the densely population Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza and why it appears to be targeting civilians.”
Not everyone was thrilled with the Times piece, which apparently buried the blip about Israel seemingly wanting to hurt Gaza civilians on purpose in the middle of the article where some people might miss it, this according to Mehdi Hassan of MSNBC.
“If anything, countries around the world, especially developing nations, are moving the other way as the Palestinian death toll grows,” the Times did report. “Even European allies of the United States are divided on Israel’s war.”
Even in the U.S., where there has traditionally been the most support for Israeli Zionism, many are coming to the realization that what Israel is trying to do in Gaza is nothing short of genocide and ethnic cleansing of an entire people group simply based on their ethnicity.
U.S. officials who otherwise support Israel are even worried, with some of them stating that Israel has “no plans for what to do with Gaza” after Israel Defense Forces (IDF) troops get done with taking “some or all of it,” referring to the entire Gaza Strip.
Last week, the Pentagon petitioned Israel to hold off, at least for now, on launching its highly controversial ground invasion. This will allow the U.S. more time to deploy air defenses both in Iraq and Syria, as well as buy time for more negotiations to free at least some of the hundreds of hostages still being held by Hamas in Gaza.
Every report we have seen thus far suggests that Hamas militants are treating these captives much better than the IDF. As we reported, an Israeli woman named Yasmin Porat told Israeli State Radio in the immediate aftermath of the October 7 incident that it was IDF soldiers who were shooting and killing Israeli hostages, not the Hamas militants who were kind and even gave their captives food and water.
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