The Wheels are Coming Off the Greater Israel Aggressors

UK Parliament and more sketchy optics

On the diplomatic, geopolitical front Israel continues non-stop to suffer set backs. After Bibi called President Lula an “anti-semite” for his calling Israel out as genociders, Brazil broke off diplomatic ties.

Getting lonely at the G-20.


Then yesterday China showed up at the ICJ and declared Israel an apartheid oppressor and colonizer. According in China’s view the Palestinians have every right to engage in armed resistance- quote “Armed resistance against occupation (Israel) is included in international law and is not considered terrorism. China also charged the US with aiding and abating genocide.

China expresses support for the right of Palestinians to engage in armed struggle against Israel during the fourth day of hearings at the International Court of Justice in a case against Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestinian territories.

— The Cradle (@TheCradleMedia) February 22, 2024

Amazing expand the Overton Window protest in The Hague.-hat tip.

Loudspeakers at The Hague train station – Netherlands:

👏👏👏👏amazing. Nice one.

“Dear passengers, We regret to tell you that the Netherlands is on the wrong side of history and that its taxes contribute to the war. It is time to act and not leave…

— Manooch Kargar منوچ کارگر (@ma000111) February 19, 2024

Pressure has been building on Israel First factions in the US. Zionist puppet Nancy Pelosi is one who is feeling it as excrement is regularly dumped at her residence.


Now Pelosi is hitting the interview circuit for some distancing and harshly criticized Bibi and what she called his “radical extremist right wing party”.

Nancy Pelosi crumbles when asked: “But there are levers that Biden hasn’t used. There are levers that previous presidents have used when Israel has, in their view, crossed a line”

Pelosi: “For example?”

“Eisenhower threatened sanctions..Reagan held up delivery of fighter…

— HalalFlow (@halalflow) February 22, 2024

In another interview she stated Bibi is not a decent person or leader. Given the sentiments the question is if the conflict widens will the US shed blood for Israel?

Pelosi claims she has “protected” Palestinians in her district from the FBI; also says Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not a “decent person.”

— Jack Montgomery (@JackBMontgomery) February 21, 2024

Israel’s economy cratered 19.4% in the 4th quarter and an estimated one million have left the country. In response it’s poorly prepared reservists have been pulled out of Gaza-  IOF withdrawing all of its reserve forces in Gaza due to its declining economy.

Late IDF trooper targeted in a window smoking a bong.
Zionists solder is hit with an rpg while smoking weed using a bong✅ When these animals are not dancing cheering death of Palestinian babies they are getting high on drugs

— Manooch Kargar منوچ کارگر (@ma000111) December 14, 2023

But Israel is lashing out and continually presents God awful optics fitting of goons. And their basic refrain is the worn one trick pony anti-semite accusation.

This is the only reason why antisemitism is on the rise. If you plant Jewish symbols on ruins of mass graves, don’t be surprised if people believe that Jews are inherently evil.

— Anita Zsurzsan 🇵🇸 ✡️ (@iamjourjean) February 22, 2024

The ethnic cleansing has opened the way for Israeli farmers to cross into Gaza and plow fields.

Southern farmers in Israel crossing the Gaza fence to begin plowing fields and planting new crops.


— Open Source Intel (@Osint613) February 22, 2024

Shlomo the freier rolling into Gaza after the ethnic cleansing.

— Winter Watch (@New_Nationalist) February 22, 2024

IDF vandalizing a business in Gaza and posting on social media.

An example of such mentally disturbed video by the israeli army:

— Arya – آریا 🇮🇷 (@AryJeay) February 12, 2024

The IDF has called on it’s troops to refrain from posting their snuff films, celebrations, vandalizing and looting and to stay behind the curtains.

After the release of videos featuring mentally disturbed Israeli terrorists in Gaza and their widespread repercussion on social media, the Israeli army has issued guidelines prohibiting the sharing of videos unrelated to military operations.

The Israeli army aims to prevent…

— Arya – آریا 🇮🇷 (@AryJeay) February 12, 2024

On the combat front Hezbollah is lighting up Israel. The Iron Dome is either failing to defend against larger barrages or clusters, or the missiles are being permitted to land to attempt to garner sympathy.


⚡ 🇱🇧🇮🇱 Hezbollah is bombing the Israeli occupied Golan heights

In response to the Israeli bombing of Lebanon couple of days ago, tonight Hezbollah is unprecedentedly bombing and razing Israeli settlements to the ground in the occupied Golan heights.


— Megatron (@Megatron_ron) February 22, 2024

New militias are turning up in the occupied West Bank. They use IED which are difficult to defend against.

Al-‘Asifah Forces just released this footage of one of their IEDs detonating on an IOF vehicle in Jenin. Pretty serious explosion. IOF is getting hammered in Jenin right now. For a group not known to really be active in occupied Palestine, they are contributing a whole lot across

— 🔻 The Nature Boy 🇵🇸 (@BigTimeCommie) February 20, 2024

Hezbollah demonstrate it’s ATGM weaponry which we discussed in this post: War on Lebanon Front about to Begin

North is active with serious weaponry (ATGM) effectively deployed.

— Winter Watch (@New_Nationalist) February 22, 2024

Costs of Red Sea Operations for the US

February 22, 2024 Winter Watch Around the Web 0

US wages costly war in the Red Sea without deterring the Houthis

The US Navy fired about 100 Standard surface-to-air missiles costing up to $4 million each at Houthi drones and missiles, 60 Minutes reports

The U.S. also lost two MQ-9 drones worth $30 million each


— Iran Observer (@IranObserver0) February 20, 2024

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The Dönmeh: The Middle East’s Most Whispered Secret (Part I)

By Wayne Madsen | 25 October 2011

STRATEGIC CULTURE FOUNDATION — There is a historical “eight hundred pound gorilla” lurking in the background of almost every serious military and diplomatic incident involving Israel, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Greece, Armenia, the Kurds, the Assyrians, and some other players in the Middle East and southeastern Europe. It is a factor that is generally only whispered about at diplomatic receptions, news conferences, and think tank sessions due to the explosiveness and controversial nature of the subject. And it is the secretiveness attached to the subject that has been the reason for so much misunderstanding about the current breakdown in relations between Israel and Turkey, a growing warming of relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia, and increasing enmity between Saudi Arabia and Iran…

Although known to historians and religious experts, the centuries-old political and economic influence of a group known in Turkish as the “Dönmeh” is only beginning to cross the lips of Turks, Arabs, and Israelis who have been reluctant to discuss the presence in Turkey and elsewhere of a sect of Turks descended from a group of Sephardic Jews who were expelled from Spain during the Spanish Inquisition in the 16th and 17th centuries. These Jewish refugees from Spain were welcomed to settle in the Ottoman Empire and over the years they converted to a mystical sect of Islam that eventually mixed Jewish Kabbala and Islamic Sufi semi-mystical beliefs into a sect that eventually championed secularism in post-Ottoman Turkey. It is interesting that “Dönmeh” not only refers to the Jewish “untrustworthy converts” to Islam in Turkey but it is also a derogatory Turkish word for a transvestite, or someone who is claiming to be someone they are not.

The Donmeh sect of Judaism was founded in the 17th century by Rabbi Sabbatai Zevi, a Kabbalist who believed he was the Messiah but was forced to convert to Islam by Sultan Mehmet IV, the Ottoman ruler. Many of the rabbi’s followers, known as Sabbateans, but also “crypto-Jews,” publicly proclaimed their Islamic faith but secretly practiced their hybrid form of Judaism, which was unrecognized by mainstream Jewish rabbinical authorities. Because it was against their beliefs to marry outside their sect, the Dönmeh created a rather secretive sub-societal clan. […]

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Ghost Town Poletown, Detroit: Slash-and-Burn Kleptocracy on Full Display

General Motors at the end of 2019 announced it would shut down its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, otherwise known as GM Poletown. The plant opened in 1985 following the employment of a dicey eminent domain action and a gubnut giveaway that eradicated an existing residential neighborhood known as Poletown. The expense of the action also contributed mightily to Detroit’s downward fiscal spiral.

In slash-and-burn economic models, land and plants are used up and abandoned. The old Detroit Dodge Main facilities were functionally obsolete due to their inability to be converted to build the next-generation BFI-type vehicles, which were originally scheduled to debut in the 1985 model year. The smaller, old facilities were torn down and the larger Poletown plant was built to replace it on land seized from Poletown residential neighborhoods. Wash, rinse, repeat. Twenty-five years later, the Poletown plant is shuttered, leaving more urban blight.

In the aerial images provide below, you can see that the GM plant razed housing of 4,200 residents, who were displaced when 465 acres of the northern half of the Poletown neighborhood were bulldozed for the facility. Furthermore, it was dropped into the fabric of the remaining Hamtramck and south Poletown neighborhood, giving the wider area an incompatible, blighted industrial feel. This slash-and-burn pattern was repeated all over the Detroit region.

In 1980, Poletown held 144 small businesses, 16 churches, two schools and a hospital. Chene Street was the neighborhood’s busiest corridor. The average home price at the time was $9,000. It’s generally recognized that the community was under-compensated and effectively scammed during the eminent domain process.

The city of Detroit agreed to acquire the land for $200 million (not including expensive debt financing). It then sold the land to GM for $8 million. Additionally, GM was given a 12-year tax abatement worth $60 million, all so that GM would retain 6,000 automotive jobs already in the city. But by the time the plant opened, GM executed an arbitrary escape clause and revised the job tally down to 3,000. Outside of GM, 9,000 existing area jobs disappeared within the Poletown community.

Highly taxpayer-subsidized plant used for 25 years, now abandoned.

During the 1950s and ’60s, freeway construction and urban renewal projects cut through and altered the neighborhood. Two interstate skewerings are visible on the images, to the west and the south. Afterward, the makeup of Poletown neighborhoods had become about 50/50 split between black and Polish residents, with most of the Poles the elderly.

Prior to freeway construction, according to “Poletown: Community Betrayed” author Jeanie Wylie, “Poles live and retain their customs to such an extent that the whole region more nearly resembles a fraction of Poland than a part of a city in the heart of America.”

Coleman Young mayor of Detroit, Michigan, from 1974 to 1994 during it’s rapid decline

GM executives met with then-Mayor the corrupto Coleman Young, who gave the auto company what they needed: the land, plus more for landscaping and parking, to accommodate a fully modernized facility.

The land grab was close to freeways. It had low housing values. Its residents were vulnerable, poor and could be easily moved. Poletown was a done deal. What surprised everyone was how quickly the deal was done, and how residents were kept out of the loop until the last minute.

GM mandated the city of Detroit to provide land within 10 months or else the automaker would approach another city. In those 10 months, State of Michigan lawmakers rewrote its eminent domain law to “authorize the taking of private property in order to encourage commercial development,” a clause not previously written into the law. But as the law was already written, residents would find it “impossible” to protect their homes against any kind of eminent domain.

Critics stated that Young could have chosen other areas for the plant, and yet he chose one of the final remaining working-class white areas of Detroit. Young had criticized the destruction of a functioning, black, working-class neighborhood, called the Black Bottom, through eminent domain. Black Bottom was bulldozed when Interstate 75 went in. The second photo shows interstate construction severing the heart of that neighborhood. Once the road construction was finished, several surrounding blocks became blighted, and the blight spread like cancer.

Black Bottom being skewered

Back in Poletown, the regional Catholic Archdiocese threw the community under the bus and supported the relocation. It had already agreed to sell its two Catholic churches that were in the area.

However, Joseph Karasiewicz, the priest at one of the parishes, defied his archbishop and fought to keep his building from being sold.

The Archdiocese stood firm in its support of the sale.

Following the last Mass at Immaculate Conception Church, which drew an estimated 1,500 worshipers, a couple dozen holdouts maintained a round-the-clock vigil to protect the church.

After 29 days, police SWAT teams were deployed to purge the church of the “little old Polish ladies” still praying the Hail Mary.

Among the videos below, the first one gives a sense of the still functioning Poletown neighborhood in 1981, before it came down.

Last video show the ghost town of Hamtramck and the surrounding area today. Note the large number of patchwork vacant lots, as decaying buildings have been leveled.

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IOF withdrawing all of its reserve forces in Gaza due to its declining economy

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Gaza War Hits Growth: Israeli GDP Contracted by 19.4% in Last Quarter 2023

Haaretz | Feb. 20, 2024

Israelis sharply curtailed spending, travelling and investing at the end of 2023 as Israel’s all-out war on Palestinian Hamas militants in Gaza exacted a heavy toll on the economy, data released on Monday showed.

The war had stopped economic growth in its tracks, especially with a massive call-up of reserves and tens of thousands displaced from border communities near Gaza and Lebanon due to constant rocket attacks from Hamas and Hezbollah.

The $500 billion economy contracted an annual 19.4 percent in the fourth quarter from the prior three months, the Central Bureau of Statistics said in an initial estimate of gross domestic product that was double the rate expected in a Reuters consensus.