During the recent conflict between Palestine and Israel, anti-Palestinian and anti-Muslim propaganda has been spewing out of Jewish-controlled Western media. The absurdity of these claims would be funny if it weren’t for the fact that this propaganda is being used to condition people to accept the mass murder of Palestinian people.
Nonetheless, I think it important to round this baseless propaganda up into a series of articles.
Before we get into that, let’s take a look at the past. The following image from 1990 will undoubtedly be familiar to some readers. I learned about this famous testimony when I watched Dean Irebodd’s Buchenwald—A Dumb Dumb Portrayal of Evil for the first time. For those of you who don’t know, this girl claimed to be a Kuwaiti volunteer who saw Iraqi soldiers take babies out of incubators and throw them on the cold floor to die. This girl spoke in perfect American English, with no accent. This should have been a red flag right there. However, as Irebodd points out, people take off their thinking caps when presented with shocking information. It was revealed that this girl was the daughter of the Kuwaiti Ambassador to the US and the whole thing was a lie.
History is repeating.
When it comes to accusations against Nazis for which there is no evidence, the excuse is that the Nazis destroyed all incriminating evidence. Now the excuse is that the evidence is too gruesome to show. From a recent Fox News article:
“Now unfortunately, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, and I can’t believe that we as a country are having to do this as we work to defeat the terror organization that brutalized our people, we are witnessing a Holocaust denial-like phenomenon evolving in real time as people are casting doubt on the magnitude of the atrocities that Hamas committed against our people and, in fact, recorded in order to glorify that violence,” he continued.
“Therefore… the Government Press Office will screen for foreign media gruesome and as yet unseen footage of the barbarities perpetrated against our people on October 7th,” he added. “This is footage that has not been made public. It will screen a compilation of raw and unedited footage from the October 7th Massacre for journalists who can stomach the horrific truth and want to report on what they saw.”
That’s right. The Government Press Office will screen the alleged gruesome footage and then tell you what they saw. Nothing suspicious about that!
Furthermore, associating being critical of what the media is saying about Hamas to Holocaust denial serves to activate all the previous conditioning that associates being a Holocaust denier with being an evil, hateful, and low-status person. This level of emotional manipulation is disgusting to witness.
Meanwhile, there is so much footage of Palestinian men, women, and children being slaughtered. Of residential buildings, hospitals, and even holy sites being demolished. If you want to see this footage for yourself, you can watch a short video here, but I must warn you that it is highly distressing.
Now that I’m thoroughly distressed, let’s get into some of the laughable claims being made. In this video Fox News anchor Jesse Watters literally says that “Jihadi pills” are creating “sadistic killer zombies out for Jewish blood.” I know it’s October and all, but come on now.
Next we have Israeli President Isaac Herzog saying they found official “Al-Qaeda material” on Hamas fighters. Can Herzog please explain why Al-Qaeda is written in English?
Aron Art on Telegram has collected spooky Israeli-style propaganda here and here. The image below is from one of the collections. As I mentioned earlier, when it comes to the horrors in Palestine, there are countless images and videos of babies and children that have been murdered by Israel. On the other hand, Israel presents us with photos that look like stills from a Hollywood movies or that are AI-generated—like Ben Shapiro’s burnt “baby,” for example. The tweet below was called out because the supposed blood on the notebook had turned pink and actual blood doesn’t do that. The fact that X/Twitter users in the comments aren’t falling for this is a small ray of hope. If you want to see how much of a propaganda campaign this Tweet is you can search X for “little Mary Janes coloring” and see many accounts tweeting the exact same thing.
More entries in this series will be forthcoming. If you have any absurd anti-Palestinian propaganda you’d like to share, please comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.