— Husam Zomlot (@hzomlot) October 21, 2023
London for Palestine pic.twitter.com/3XOY4i1rh6
— Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) October 21, 2023
— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) October 21, 2023
300,000 people are marching for Palestine in London today 🇵🇸 🇵🇸 pic.twitter.com/QpmKZcpwUT
— PSC (@PSCupdates) October 21, 2023
Is the pro-Palestine chant “from the river to the sea” anti-Semitic?
Sky News got a clear-cut answer in less than 20 seconds.
— Robert Carter (@Bob_cart124) October 21, 2023
Every single thing has gone wrong for Israel.
Hamas actually did kill a bunch of “civilians” (as I’ve written before, the concept is no longer valid, but they killed people who we used to consider “civilians,” i.e., random non-military persons). Israel could have spun that, and played the victim in a serious way. Instead, they decided to slaughter a bunch of random people in response, and do so outside of any proportion, to the point where no one even remembers that Jews were killed, and people are now saying that Jews should be killed.
There is no option for an invasion of Gaza militarily, regardless of what these people keep saying. If they did that, it would just be an utter disaster. Unless the US Marines can be convinced to go, there cannot be an invasion of Gaza. The place is tunneled up like an ant farm.
So I guess they’re just going to keep blockading the place and bombing hospitals and churches and driving up the global hatred for the Jews, and then they’ll eventually do a prisoner swap for the hostages, and be like “uh, okay, well, uh… I guess I’ll just, uh… I’ll just, I’ll show myself out.” And then act like nothing happened.
There is no possible way they can dislodge Hamas. This is just… I’m at the point where I almost feel bad for the Jews. They’ve backed themselves into a rat corner, and destroyed all of this stuff they were working for, and also created the single worst PR disaster ever in human history.
I guess Americans are still being flooded with Ben Shapiro type Zionist extremism, but the entire rest of the world is uniting against the Jews. This is just nuts. It does not make sense. This is idiotic, self-destructive behavior.
About 100,000 demonstrators turned out in central London to show their support for Palestine and demand an end to Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.
The march in Marble Arch in central London followed the 7 October surprise terror attack by Hamas and the Israeli response. Protesters held signs that read “Freedom for Palestine” and “Stop bombing Gaza”.
The Metropolitan police estimated that about 100,000 people had turned out by 2pm on Saturday. The frontmost marchers moved along Park Lane, via Hyde Park Corner, Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square to reach Whitehall and, by 3pm, protesters had reached Parliament Square. By 5pm, much of the crowd had dispersed.
A total of 10 arrests were made linked to the protests in London and five police officers sustained minor injuries, the Metropolitan police said.
Officers engaged swiftly with this individual on top of a bus on Whitehall a few minutes ago, and we can confirm he is now down safely. pic.twitter.com/JbYmLXIM1d
— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) October 21, 2023
Responding to social media posts saying Islamic State flags were carried in the crowd, the Met said that specialist officers had confirmed that these were the “shahada”, a declaration of faith in Islam.
Just to be clear, the shahada flag that was being used looks nothing like the ISIS flag, other than that it’s white on black. (The ISIS flag contains an abbreviated shahada, but is stylized totally differently, and has that circular seal of Muhammed prominently on it.)
This is the flag in question:
This is the ISIS flag:
Jews are stupid.
The platform at Marble Arch tube station was briefly closed because of the crowds.
The gathering took place as the Rafah border crossing was opened on Saturday, allowing a trickle of humanitarian aid to pass from Egypt into Gaza after a week of intense negotiations involving the US, Israel, Egypt and the UN.
The shipment of 20 trucks bringing medical supplies offered limited relief to Gaza’s 2.3 million population, under fire and with barely anything to eat or drink. The UN secretary general, António Guterres, said “much, much more” is needed.
Yeah, much much more.
But the seal is broken.
The Jews cracked.
Bibi is a choker.
In London, some of the protesters chanted, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free”, despite a controversy around the slogan’s meaning.
The home secretary, Suella Braverman, has previously labelled the slogan antisemitic and claimed that it is “widely understood” to call for the destruction of Israel. Jewish groups have asked prosecutors to clarify whether chanting the slogan is a criminal offence.
It definitely means that Israel doesn’t exist. I don’t know why The Guardian doesn’t just say that. It is a controversial sentiment, but the meaning of the words isn’t controversial. Both for and against agree that it means the Zionist occupation state doesn’t have a right to exist.
I don’t even need an early life check on Braverman – wait, wtf?
Jews are so repulsive. Why would you marry this individual? I mean, if you were rich, why on earth would you do that?
These people are sick, folks. The Jews are a sick group. We’ve got to… well. You know. You know the thing.
We all know what has to happen.
We’ve had too much of this weird shit. It’s gone too far.
These protesters keep saying “it’s not anti-Semitic to support Palestine.”
But the actual official Ron DeSantis and State Department-recognized definition of anti-Semitism, the IHRA “working definition,” defines supporting Palestine as anti-Semitism (it’s obtuse wording, but that’s definitely what it says).
So, when you say “it’s not anti-Semitic to support Palestine,” you’re saying “the concept of anti-Semitism is invalid.”
Basically, it’s the Daily Stormer.
What I have said from the beginning – ten years, folks! – is that what is called “anti-Semitism” is simply valid criticism of the Jews, and that the Jews use the term “anti-Semitism” to silence criticism of their behavior.
That is exactly what every Palestine supporter – which is most of the human population of earth – is saying right now.
We’re winning, kids.
I’m sorry for all that negative shit I wrote a couple of weeks ago. I was… you know. You know how life goes. I write every single day, and it’s impossible that some of my own life doesn’t come through, and sometimes in negative ways.
Don’t get me wrong. Things are very bad. The whole world is an unmitigated disaster. But so many good things are happening. It feels like the pendulum swung this year.
The immigrant thing is going to be… it’s a challenge. People are going to have to move, and borders are going to have to be redrawn.
I mean. You know.
The marches against the Jews are themselves bittersweet, given that along with being a symbol of rising disdain for global Jewish domination, it’s a reminder of just how many Moslems are in Europe. Negotiating the repatriation of these people is going to be complicated, but hopefully simply expensive. We’re going to give them back Palestine, we’re going to bring peace to their spot, but they’re going to have to go back. I mean, at least 95% of them. They can’t be allowed to stay.
It’s a lot of work.
We’re not going to come out of this nightmare without a couple of bruises and several scars.
But we’ll come out of it.
It’s going to be hard, but we’re now on the road to redemption.
Our house is a very, very fine house, with two cats in the yard.
Life used to be so hard.