In Israel, “American Jew” Blinken Says Gaza Attack Ten Times Worse Than 9/11

While in Israel, Blinken made this face

You know. I’m an American. And for me, this attack on Israel was not ten times worse than 9/11. In fact, for me, that statement feels very much like an attack.

It feels a bit like the Jewish Secretary of State is telling me “Jewish lives are ten times more valuable than yours.”


US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has called Hamas’ assault on Israel “the equivalent of ten 9/11s.” With Israel already responding by leveling large swathes of Gaza, Blinken promised Washington’s support for “as long as America exists.”

Note that there are no Americans involved in this decision to pledge America’s support for as long as we exist. This decision is being made exclusively by Jews.

If you look at [the attack] in proportion to the size of Israel’s population, this is the equivalent of ten 9/11s,” Blinken said in Tel Aviv on Thursday. “That’s how big and how devastating the attack has been.”

Some 1,300 Israelis have been killed and more than 3,000 wounded since Hamas militants launched their attack on Saturday.

More than 1,400 Palestinians – including 447 children – have been killed and around 5,000 more wounded in the same period, with these figures continuing to rise as Israeli warplanes bomb the densely populated enclave of Gaza. Blinken did not mention these casualties in his speech or attempt to measure Palestinian losses in 9/11s.

No. Not a lot of Jews are mentioning the fact that Israel has already accomplished a full “eye-for-an-eye” in their attacks. Instead, we just keep hearing about how more and more and more Palestinians are going to die, with many Jews claiming that they are going to kill everyone in Gaza, which is over 2 million people, half of them under the age of 18.

These Jews do not believe in eye-for-an-eye. They have a very different view.

“One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail.”

—Rabbi Yaacov Perrin, Feb. 27, 1994

This situation with Blinken in Israel pledging eternal American support really points again to one of the main problems with having America totally run by the Jews. These Jews do not appear to represent Americans, at all, in any way. Instead, they appear exclusively concerned about Jews and Jewish issues.

As an American, I really do not care about Jewish problems. I do not think they are my problems. And quite frankly, I don’t even want to hear about them.

I certainly am not willing to pledge myself and my resources to the Jews “for as long as I exist,” and I think it is beyond the pale that a Jew is pledging me to the Jewish cause for as long as I exist. It feels quite a bit like slavery – a situation where I do not have any kind of personal autonomy or ownership over my own body.

As an American and as a human being, I believe I have a right to decide whether or not my body and property is pledged eternally to the Jews. I do not think that decision should be made by a group of foreign Jews who have taken over my government.