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Children being slaughtered while faint-hearted sit on the fence

The time has come to stand up for humanity

By Steve HarrisonPublished 19 days ago 8 min read

The genocide in Gaza has gone from north to south over the past five months with the southern city of Rafah, where more than a million people are sheltering, the latest target in Israel’s ethnic-cleansing mission to destroy the heart and soul of the Palestinian enclave.

Airstrikes across Gaza killed scores of people on Sunday night, despite the arrival of United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken in the Middle East for talks in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Qatar, Israel and the West Bank to supposedly discuss a deal to secure the freedom of 136 “alleged” hostages remaining in Gaza and a ceasefire intended to calm regional tensions.

Today Blinken is in Cairo for a meeting with Egyptian leaders as part of his mission to try to broker an end to Israel’s ethnic cleansing in Gaza, which an Independent report describes as an “Israel-Hamas war”… that’s the mainstream media talking for you! But let’s not pander to the propaganda please, it’s genocide… I can see it, you can see, even the cat can see it!

The report mentions the release of hostages too but surely that 7 October pantomime has run its course now and those choosing to engage their brains can see through the ludicrous cover story dreamed up by Israel to con the world that ethnic cleansing is self defence.

Israel has been carrying out a campaign of genocide for the past five months, pure and simple… even though its “friends of Israel” in government office around the globe choose to shut their eyes and souls to it and cling to the false-flag nonsense as justification for their complicity.

On Sunday night, into yesterday morning, bombardments across the Gaza Strip killed more than 127 people, according to sources, including strikes on two residential towers in Rafah. The bombing also hit Deir al-Balah in central Gaza, where thousands had remained in fear of travelling to the "safe zones" further south.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the IDF had destroyed 17 of 24 Hamas battalions. “Most of the remaining battalions are in the southern Strip and in Rafah,” he said. “And we will deal with them.” At the time Netanyahu was riding his unicorn while waves of Hamas flying pigs, carrying insidious two-year-olds heavily armed with sling shots and pebbles, had been putting up heavy resistance.

Meanwhile, the bombardments from land, air and sea have so far killed at least 27,000 people since October, according to the Gaza health ministry, with more than twice that number reported wounded and thousands more believed to be buried under the rubble.

But Blinken would have the world believe that’s all just self defence for a few fatalities and the alleged abduction of hostages during the Israeli-staged false-flag Hamas attack on 7 October last year, during which the IDF fired indiscriminately on a music festival and a kibbutz… so it was itself guilty of causing many of those alleged fatalities.

Yesterday Blinken met with Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman supposedly in hopes of pressing ahead with a potential ceasefire deal and post-war planning, while easing regional tensions.

An Associated Press (AP) report concluded he faced major challenges on all three fronts though. So, what might they be? Well, you see, Israel has no intention of agreeing to a lasting ceasefire having carried out a significant proportion of its ethnic-cleansing campaign to raise Gaza to the ground, already has plans to build sports stadiums on the ransacked Palestinian cemeteries and wants nothing more than to turn Middle East regional tensions into World War III, in line with the World Economic Forum (WEF) mandates being religiously followed by the US, United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and large swathes of Asia, Africa, South and Central America too.

So, hopes of a lasting ceasefire are not really on the agenda at all. The US, Qatar and Egypt are believed to have drawn up a proposal for a ceasefire of several weeks and the phased release of the remainder of those extremely dubious hostages. But Hamas, whose most senior commanders are nothing but Israeli puppets, has said it won’t release any more captives until Israel ends its offensive, while also likely insisting on the release of thousands of Palestinian prisoners in return, demands Netanyahu has already publicly ruled out.

The negotiations for a ceasefire are nothing more than filibuster, the US, UK and all the other WEF-puppet states are gunning for a global catastrophe… the rhetoric just a means of appeasement to preserve the semblance of humanity. But, do not be in any doubt, our governments want to inflate, not deflate, the hostilities… so the responsibility to restore order to the planet rests in the hands of ordinary people refusing to accept the lunacy.

And so, on that note, it falls on the people of the world to support global action by humanitarian groups trying to stop the slaughter in Palestine... and tomorrow there will be a Stand With Gaza workplace day of action in the UK, calling for workers and students up and down the country to walk from workplaces and areas of study in solidarity with the innocent children and civilians being terrorised by Israel.

The Stand With Gaza workplace day of action, organised by the Stop the War Coalition (StWC) and Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), calls for 30-minute stoppages, early morning and lunchtime protests, rallies and other actions to put pressure on the UK government to call for a ceasefire immediately.

“February 7 will mark a major escalation in our campaign against Israeli genocide,” said StWC spokesperson Chris Nineham. “It’s shaping up to be the biggest day of action yet. For the first time people in hundreds of workplaces, universities and colleges around the country will walk out, protest or rally.

“For the first time three national unions, the NEU, PCS and UCU have backed workplace action for Palestine. The planned actions show our anti-war movement is growing, but also growing more militant.”

Those national unions – the National Education Union (NEU), the University College Union (UCU) and the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) – have all called upon their members to join the stand, laying the basis for the largest UK workplace day of action yet.

Among the planned actions are a student walkout in Oxford, a Greater Glasgow school strike, a lunchtime meeting of council workers in Portsmouth, a rally of lecturers and students at Manchester University, similar action at the University of Suffolk and an event organised by National Union of Journalists (NUJ) members outside the Sheffield Star offices.

In central London, civil servants and other workers will join a lunchtime demonstration in Parliament Square called by PCS, while Media Workers for Palestine have also organised a protest and rally outside BBC Broadcasting House.

Then, in Wales on Saturday, Swansea is the venue to show solidarity for Palestine, taking over from the Welsh capital Cardiff so that humanitarians from West Wales can join the “global day of action” that will include countries and cities around the world all coming together to demand the genocide in Gaza stops.

A united front of UK groups – that includes the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Palestinian Forum in Britain, Friends of Al-Aqsa, the Muslim Association of Britain, StWC and CND – will all be supporting the day of action along with more than 100 cities worldwide.

The CND website highlights the devastating human tragedy unfolding in Gaza that demands immediate action. “The staggering death toll reflects the depth of the humanitarian crisis that has unfolded, leaving families shattered and communities devastated,” it explains. “To those who value human rights, justice and international solidarity, we implore you to stand with us.

“Organise protests in your city, at landmarks that symbolise the power to influence change. Whether it be city squares, government buildings, or iconic public spaces, make your presence felt. This is not just a call to protest; it is an invitation to be part of a global movement that transcends borders.

“Through peaceful assembly, we can amplify our shared commitment to justice and express our unwavering solidarity with the people of Gaza. Stop the genocide in Gaza and demand freedom for Palestine.”

After five months it’s not as if anyone can be unaware of the genocide Israel has been carrying out in Gaza, which the United Nations Internation Court of Justice has given it one month to refute. But in that time thousands more children and civilians will have been slaughtered by Israel. The time to act is now.

If you’re still sitting on the fence, confused by the fairytales created by Israel about 7 October that have provided the cover story to placate the WEF puppets in power around the globe, then you need to decide now: will you do nothing and condone the slaughter? Or will you stand up for humanity and demand that Netanyahu and his terrorist state are brought to justice? With your support the genocide can be stopped, without it children are being condemned to a very painful and almost certain death!

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Steve Harrison

From Covid to the Ukraine and Gaza... nothing is as it seems in the world. Don't just accept the mainstream brainwashing, open your eyes to the bigger picture at the heart of these globalist agendas.


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