Chile Joins ICJ Genocide Case Against Jews, Demands “Permanent” Solution to Jewish Problem

More and more people are realizing we need a final solution to the Jewish problem.

It’s a bit like that quote from Adolf Hitler where he said that if he were to lose the war, his ghost would rise from the grave and the world would know he was right.

Well, the ghost seems to have risen.


Chile has joined a group of nations supporting a genocide case against Israel filed last year at the International Court of Justice.

President Gabriel Boric said in a speech to lawmakers Saturday that he was appalled by the humanitarian devastation in Gaza, especially against women and children. He accused the Israeli army of using “indiscriminate and disproportional” force.

These acts demand a firm and permanent response of the international community,” the president said.

South Africa last year accused Israel at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, of violating its obligations under the Genocide Convention. Israel has strongly rejected the claim and has argued that the war in Gaza is a legitimate defense against Hamas militants for their Oct. 7 attack in southern Israel that killed around 1,200 people and took 250 hostages.

I’m just so joyful about the direction things are going in these days.

Really feels nice to know that the whole world is going to end up apologizing to me.