Sen. Lindsay Graham says civilian casualties in Gaza are no big deal: no need to “limit civilian casualties” or provide any humanitarian aid at all

Sen. Lindsay Graham says civilian casualties in Gaza are no big deal: no need to “limit civilian casualties” or provide any humanitarian aid at all

There is no situation in which the United States should ever stop supporting Israel by giving the Jewish state whatever it wants, even if doing so means slaughtering millions of innocents.

This is the belief of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who insists that no number of Palestinian deaths, no matter how large and ghastly, should ever interfere with Washington, D.C.’s support of Tel Aviv and its Zionist agenda.

Even if Israel has to slaughter every last man, woman, child, and pet in Gaza, Graham believes that America should continue sending tax dollars, weapons, and young bodies into the war incinerator so “Greater Israel” can one day become a reality for the Zionists.

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“This idea that Israel has to apologize for attacking Hamas, who’s embedded with their own population, needs to stop,” Graham said in an interview with CNN this week about the matter.

According to Graham, Hamas is the one “creating these casualties – not Israel,” even though orders of magnitude more Palestinians have been slaughtered by Israel since October 7 than the number of Israelis, at least half of whom were Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers, who died the day of the Hamas attack.

(Related: The U.S. government is filled with Zionists and Zionist sympathizers like Graham, who almost seems blackmailed to “support Israel” and push for more war and death every chance he gets.)

Biden, another Zionist, also supports the mass slaughter of innocents in Gaza

Graham said these things after being asked by CNN if there is any “threshold” at which Israel should be muzzled or restrained. In Graham’s view, Israel should be allowed to do whatever, whenever, will full financial, media, government, and arms industry support, no matter the cost.


There is no limit, according to Graham, as to “what Israel should do to the people who are trying to slaughter the Jews.”

Just like the late John McCain, Graham’s former “bestie,” Graham does not even believe that Israel needs to “be smart” in at least trying to “limit civilian casualties.” In Graham’s view, the innocents of Gaza have to be slaughtered along with the terrorists because the terrorists are all hiding in “areas that protect the innocent,” meaning civilian areas must also be bombed – how convenient, eh?

Joe Biden, America’s current White House occupant, apparently agrees. He reassured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last month during his visit to Israel that “as long as the United States stands – and we will stand forever – we will not let you ever be alone.”

That “stand forever” statement sounds a whole lot like the braggadocio of the builders and funders of the Titanic, who infamously stated before the vessel hit the iceberg and dropped to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean that “not even God himself could sink this ship.”

In many ways, Biden’s empty reassurance to Netanyahu sound like famous last words, especially considering the economic, financial, and social precipice up ahead for the West.

As you can see, the Zionist-controlled U.S. government apparently cannot get enough of Israel’s genocide of the Palestinians. Incoming House Speaker Mike Johnson, a Republican Christian Zionist from Louisiana, is another who says he is ready to impose a draft to funnel America’s young people into Israel’s war machine, if necessary, to achieve Israel’s Zionist goals.

“This is a text-book case of genocide,” commented outgoing United Nations human rights officer Craig Mokhiber, who recently resigned from his post over the UN’s failure to restrain Israel in its ongoing genocide of the Palestinian people.

“This is the wholesale slaughter of the Palestinian people, rooted in an ethno-nationalist settler colonial ideology.”

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