"It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder." -- Albert Einstein

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The Hamas attack of 7 October 2023 prompting the ongoing war, was planned at least 3 years before by the US, UK and Israel. In the last four and a half months it has claimed some 35,000 Palestinian lives – of which 70% women and children.

The Israeli army’s command has reinforced its group of forces along the Lebanese border deploying armored vehicles and more military personnel there, the Lebanon 24 news website reported.

According to the website, a tank convoy and armored personnel carriers were redeployed to border areas of the Upper Galilee on Thursday. The website links the deployment of tanks and additional mechanized patrols to the increasing intensity of hostilities between the two sides over the recent days.

The New York Times is in panic mode because their fake story about "Hamas committing mass rape" on October 7th was debunked in real time and triggered an internal revolt in their own newsroom.

The atrocity propaganda tale was supposed to provide a pretext for Israel's genocidal ethnic cleansing campaign in Gaza the same way Judith Miller's lies about Saddam Hussein having WMDs in the NY Times were used to con America into the war in Iraq.

Germar Rudolf's new Holocaust Encyclopedia (free online at www.NukeBook.org) offers "an uncensored and unconstrained look at the pertinent evidence that upholds the orthodox Holocaust narrative." Unlike all mainstream defenses of orthodoxy that I'm aware of, The Holocaust Encyclopedia is a very easy-to-use reference guide to the relevant evidence and sources

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Currently there has been a famine going on for months in a place that is half children, which means that in the coming days we can expect a massive explosion of children dying due to starvation. And here’s the kicker: the famine is 100 percent deliberate.

The Washington Post on Monday ran a vile hit piece smearing US Airman Aaron Bushnell for self-immolating outside the Israeli embassy in DC in protest of Israel's genocide of Palestinians in Gaza. 

In an article titled, "Airman who set self on fire grew up on religious compound, had anarchist past," The Post sought to portray Bushnell as a victim of Christian religious extremism with "white privilege" who was angry not with Israel's US-backed genocide campaign but instead was frustrated "that critics of the war blame U.S. military support for Israeli military actions."