Five years after the Israeli Defence Forces bombed the inmates of the Gaza concentration camp into the ground, here we are again.
The Israeli government is still breaching the terms of the Geneva Conventions by attacking an enemy without regard to civilian casualties, even though that enemy, Hamas, has little support in the Gaza concentration camp.
As I write, about 100 Palestinians have been killed by the Israeli bombardment, at the cost to Israel of no lives at all. Not one Israeli has been killed in this conflict.
Indeed, the Israelis have been making a bit of a festival out of the bombing of the sub-humans.
I’m going to say this, even though I’ll be breaking a huge taboo in doing so. It’s Nazism. It’s exactly what the Germans, the Hungarians, the Austrians, the Romanians and the Croats did to the Jews in the 1940s.
And the Gazan resistance is exactly what the European Jews did in Warsaw, when they rose up against a far more powerful oppressor.
Nobody called those brave Jewish soldiers terrorists, except the spin-doctors of the regime that sought to exterminate them, and yet this is precisely the language peddled by the Israeli diplomats in the UN as they seek to silence international criticism of their campaign against the minority whose land they continue to appropriate and whose culture they seek to denigrate, just as oppressors in past decades did against the Jews.
In order to eliminate a society, it is first necessary to reduce it to the level of the cockroach, and what more fitting example exists than these fine Israelis drawing up their chairs to clap and cheer as their defence forces bombard the inmates of the Gaza concentration camp?
Don’t take my word for it. Listen to this Auschwitz survivor condemning the actions of Israel.
Alternatively, listen to Gerald Kaufman, MP, comparing Israel’s actions to those of the Nazis. Listen to him comparing the action of the Gaza resistance to that of the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto.
Why do I speak of Nazis? Only because Bibi Netanyahu has defined Israel as a Jewish state.
Israel can’t have it both ways. If you behave like the people whose actions defined your nation, you can hardly complain when people call you out on it.