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U.S. Empire Crying Wolf Again
Who doesn’t know the story of Peter and the wolf? Peter was a boy who cried wolf, but when the villagers came to his rescue, he laughed at them, for there was no wolf. When Peter cried wolf again, the villagers rushed to his rescue and were laughed at again. But the third time Peter cried wolf, the villagers no longer came, and Peter never returned home.
Peter is the United States of America crying terrorism. Are Hamas terrorists going to strike on American soil? The FBI thinks so. Inspired by the “Hamas attacks” on Israel, new terrorist attacks may harm the West. Bullshit. In my view, Western secret services are going to murder their own people, again, because it worked so well after the Twin Tower attacks of 9/11.
So I’ve noticed a peculiar weakness in the operations of our intelligence community: they often re-use a successful recipe. But past successes don’t guarantee future successes. Even if an actual Islamic terror attack took place on European soil, do you believe it would motivate Western me to die in wars for globalism? Wars for Israel? Wars for the U.S. Empire?
It’s doubtful, but the mainstream media apparatus that takes its cues from the U.S. intelligence masters will spin any story into an “Iran did it” narrative. Maybe they’ll even throw in some “weapons of mass destruction” and say, “This time, they’re real”.
The real problem, however, is that Israeli Zionist Jews decided to establish an entirely new nation on Palestinian soil, using over 2,000-year-old archaeological digs as justification. And they did so right when most European nations were actually abandoning their white-established colonies abroad. Israel, in other words, is the most recent “white” colony, and like Zimbabwe or South Africa, I predict Zionist Jews won’t be able to hold on to the territory.
I also don’t support mass immigration from Palestine into Europe. I also don’t see Muslims as more favorable than Jews. I see the Israel-Palestine conflict from a European point of view, and I look at the consequences. Israel is already annexing Northern Gaza, driving up to a million Muslim migrants to Europe—migrants who hate the West and will hate the Europeans they end up living with.
Europe needs to aggressively stop being a dumping ground for the displaced populations of U.S.-Israeli lack of diplomacy.
And that means Europeans should review their relation to Isreal. Is this something we want to continue supporting through our NATO alliance with the USA?
Clearly, Europe, with its 740 million in habitants, is far more valuable than the state of Israel. And what, exactly, is the purpose of Israel’s existence anyway? I understand this is the home for the Zionist Jews. But why would the USA care so much about a Jewish colony by the Meditteranean Sea?
A reason might be that the territory of Israel-Palestine has some geopolitical value. Its proximity to one of the most important sea routes, for example. Israel can be seen as an American-British outpost near the Suez Canal, where 30% of the world’s international shipping containers pass each year, without which European markets might no longer be supplied with all sorts of made-in-China luxuries.
Regardless of the question of whether or not material comfort is worth dying for, the Israel-American bond exists only to control global markets and supply chains. Other than that, Israel has no value to the U.S. imperial system. But American dual-citizen Jews, of course, will expect everyone in the West to fight to the bitter end for “our greatest ally”.
And if you don’t agree—you’re an antisemite. It’s time Europeans stopped giving a damn about this label. Either we Europeans start protecting our own trade interests in the Middle East, or we cut down on materialism. Either way, we should do whatever makes us less dependent on U.S. Empire.
In the end, Europe’s aging demographics should have been a blessing. We would have been able to scale down operations. We could have done away with the overcrowded cities. We shouldn’t have to fight for the the material interests of a small group of globalists.
The Europe of the future will be a confident but very different place.