Blinken Supposedly Planning to Sanction Extremist Israeli Soldiers Over West Bank Murders

This is all just theater.

Remember, when Blinken went to Israel immediately after October 7th, he said something along the lines of “I come not as an American, but as a Jewish Holocaust survivor.”

If the US does put some kind of sanctions on Israeli radicals, it’s only while saying behind closed doors “this doesn’t actually mean anything.”

Obviously, the Biden Administration has a PR crisis as they’re attempting to explain why the US is so obsessed with supporting an Israeli genocide against Palestine children. This is actually bad for the Jews, as people are on the verge of saying out loud that the American government is run by them.

Somehow negating the PR crisis Biden’s people face is in the interests of Israel, and if meaningless sanctions do that, Israel doesn’t care.


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rebuked reported US plans to sanction an Israeli military unit composed primarily of ultra-Orthodox Jews which is under investigation for alleged human rights abuses against Palestinians. 

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is expected to announce sanctions on the Netzah Yehuda Battalion over alleged violations committed in the West Bank, US news site Axios wrote on Saturday, citing three anonymous US sources.

In a post on X (formerly Twitter) on Saturday, Netanyahu condemned the idea of sanctioning the IDF, adding that he has been in touch with US officials to work against the potential decision. At a time when the IDF is “fighting terrorist monsters,” this intention is “the height of absurdity and a moral low,” he wrote, saying his government will act “by all means against these moves.”

It would be so much better if instead of “fighting terrorist monsters” Bibi would just say “eliminating the seed of Amalek.”

The secretary of state was questioned on Israeli human rights violations in a press conference in Italy on Friday. “You’ll see results very soon. I’ve made determinations; you can expect to see them in the days ahead,” Blinken told journalists. He added that the US applies the Leahy Law “across the board,” and that it’s been gathering facts of the matter and analyzing them.

Should the sanctions go through, the unit will be banned from receiving any kind of US training or material assistance.

According to one of Axios’ sources, the determination was based on incidents that occurred prior to the October 7 Hamas attack on southern Israel. One of the cases which brought attention to the unit was the 2022 death of 78-year-old Omar Assad, who was detained by Netzah Yehuda soldiers at a checkpoint in the West Bank, zip-tied, gagged, and left in a parking lot in the winter. An autopsy by three Palestinian physicians, noting injuries on his arms and legs, gave the cause of death as cardiac arrest from psychological stress resulting from physical violence, Israeli newspaper Haaretz said at the time.

Think this through for 3 seconds: why is murdering one guy or dozens of people in the West Bank worthy of US sanctions, but the wholesale slaughter of tens of thousands and bringing hundreds of thousands to the brink of starvation in Gaza is not sanctionable?

This is obviously just about getting the headline that “the US sanctions IDF.”

But they’re not sanctioning the IDF. And just imagine the logistics of this: they are saying they’re going to sanction one battalion of a military and thereby block US weapons from going to that battalion. How do they do that? The battalion is a part of the IDF, which is the one giving them the weapons. If the US tells the IDF not to give them anymore weapons, do you think Bibi Netanyahu is going to abide by that?

This is just another Jewish scam to dazzle the goyim.

If the US applies the Leahy Law “across the board,” they have to sanction the IDF in its entirety, because the entire IDF is involved in egregious war crimes. Instead they talk about one old man who got tortured to death by the Jews. That is very nasty, and they should be sanctioned for doing that, but there are tens of thousands of dead children in Gaza.