Israel Preparing to Defend Itself Against Genocide Accusations at ICJ

As the Jews continue to whine about October 7th, claiming it is a justification for the industrial scale slaughter of 10,000 babies, the world is saying “cry me a river, Jew.”

October 7th is “the Holocaust.” It’s a thing that the Jews can point to in order to justify behavior which is unjustifiable. What I see in all of this is that people are going to understand, very soon, the connection between October 7th and the Holocaust, and realize that Jews have spent the last 80 years justifying the unjustifiable with a river of tears.


Heavy fighting was reported in the southern Gaza city of Khan Younis on Tuesday, a day after Israel said it was withdrawing thousands of troops from other areas in a potential shift away from the massive air and ground operations that have devastated the Hamas-ruled enclave.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to press ahead with the war until Hamas is crushed and the more than 100 hostages still held by the militant group in Gaza are freed, saying it could take several more months.

But ahead of a visit to the region by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Israel is under growing international pressure to scale back the offensive that has killed nearly 22,000 Palestinians. Blinken has urged Israel to do more to protect Palestinian civilians.

Blinken is a totally unhinged lunatic and a gross moron who thought the Ukraine could win a war against Russia. And he has effectively said that Bibi is out of control and pushing for the US to fight a war against all Moslems.

Word of the troop drawdown came as Israel’s Supreme Court struck down a key component of Netanyahu’s contentious judicial overhaul plan, which had deeply divided Israelis and threatened the military’s readiness before the Oct. 7 Hamas attack that triggered the war.

The ruling appeared to have dealt a fatal blow to the judicial plan. Netanyahu and his allies seem unlikely to revive the divisive initiative during wartime. Elections are widely expected once the fighting winds down, and widespread anger in Israel over intelligence and security failures linked to the Hamas attack could translate into a poor showing for those in power now.

The court ruling could meanwhile help Israel fend off allegations of genocide in Gaza made by South Africa at the International Court of Justice. The ICJ and other international tribunals consider whether countries have their own independent judiciaries in deciding on whether to intervene.

The widespread death and destruction — unprecedented in the century-old Mideast conflict — led South Africa to file a case against Israel at the ICJ, accusing it of “genocidal” acts that aim “to destroy Palestinians in Gaza.” Israel rejected the accusations, calling them a “blood libel.”

Now, the world sees the Jews as we do.

All their cards are on the table.

South Africa asked The Hague-based court last week to issue an interim order for Israel to immediately suspend its military operations in Gaza. The case, if it goes ahead, will take years, but an interim order could be issued within weeks.

It’s unclear what concrete effects an ICJ ruling against Israel would have, but it would likely isolate the country politically and economically. “Israel can’t afford to ignore this,” said Barak Medina, a law professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

He said the Supreme Court ruling against the judicial overhaul could strengthen Israel’s case by showing it has “an active and independent court” that can hold the government accountable.

An ICJ ruling would have precisely zero effects on Israel. However, I expect that the Jews will repeat the Harvard/Claudine Gay playbook, and waste huge amounts of resources by manipulating the outcome of this case. If they win it, it’s actually better, as it demonstrates the incredible power that Jews have to bend Western institutions into corrupt forms.

The way to destroy Jewish power is to demonstrate Jewish power. Once it is demonstrated, it disappears, as the power is entirely based on an illusion.