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Hamas V's Israel - A Fight to The Death

Hey there, folks, it's Jesse Saunders, and today we're going down the rabbit hole to unravel the intricacies of the recent Israeli conflict. Strap in because this one's a doozy.

So, picture this: Hamas stages a meticulously planned, multifaceted attack on Israeli towns, soldiers, and civilians. It's brutal, calculated, and designed to instill terror. They're executing noncombatants, taking hostages, and desecrating the bodies of the dead. Why, you ask? Well, some folks think it's because radical Palestinians wanted to throw a wrench into any potential reconciliation between the Gulf monarchies and Israel. They're all about Arab solidarity during "war," even if it means gruesome attacks on civilians. Iran might be the puppeteer behind this, driven by its fear of a Sunni Arab-Israeli détente.



History buffs, gather around. Arab forces have had their fair share of successes against Israel by pulling off surprise attacks during Jewish holidays, like the infamous Yom Kippur War. Now, isn't it curious that this recent attack happened almost 50 years to the day after the start of the Yom Kippur War? They struck during Simchat Torah, right at the end of a weeklong Jewish celebration called Sukkot. Their hope? To ignite a spark and rally others, just like they did back in 1973. So much for those Arab warnings against conducting wars during Ramadan, huh?


But hold on, there's more to this tale. Hamas might have banked on recent Israeli turmoil and those massive left-wing protests over proposed Supreme Court reforms. They probably thought, "Hey, internal divisions and a distracted populace might just erode their deterrence."

Now, here's where the Biden administration comes into play and adds fuel to the fire, creating the perfect storm for this attack:



See, Biden's team went all-in with the cash, resuming substantial aid to the Palestinian Liberation Army. Even when Palestinian authorities were still happily paying bounties to the families of "martyrs" - those killed while conducting terrorist attacks against Israel. It's almost like a twisted reward system.



Then there's that jaw-dropping $6 billion Iran deal through a prisoner swap with South Korea, where Iran got their embargoed money back from Qatar. No surprises here, but it's safe to assume some of that cash went into rockets for Hamas. Iran's anti-Israeli rhetoric and bragging about their escalation didn't help cool things down either.



And let's not forget Biden's rush to get back into the Iran nuclear deal. He even appointed a certain anti-Israeli journalist as America’s chief negotiator. You might've heard of Robert Malley, who's now under FBI investigation for security breaches. That includes disclosing classified U.S. documents and allegedly helping pro-Iranian activists worm their way into influential positions within the U.S. government.


In a nutshell, there was a general perception among Hamas and Iran that the Biden administration was rebooting the discredited Obama-era strategy of empowering Iran, Hezbollah, and Hamas. Their goal? To "balance" the power of Israel and moderate Arab Gulf governments, creating some sort of "creative tension." Throw in Biden's less-than-friendly attitude towards Benjamin Netanyahu, who hasn't even been invited for an official visit, and you've got a recipe for chaos.



And here's a kicker: The Biden administration has been pilfering key weapons and munitions from Israeli stockpiles and shipping them off to Ukraine. The "War Reserve Ammunition—Israel" is almost empty, just when Israel could use it most. Is there a pattern emerging here?

Ever since Biden took the reins and introduced his "woke" military agendas, here's what we've seen: the embarrassing U.S. retreat in Kabul, Putin's opportunistic invasion of Ukraine, China flexing its muscles and threatening Taiwan, Turkey forming a de facto alliance with Russia, and recent drone encounters with the U.S. air force in Syria. It's like a domino effect that culminated in the Hamas/Iranian inspired attack on Israel, with more uncertainty looming on the horizon.



So, will Biden finally get the message that borders matter, and that we're also being invaded? The Mexican government seems strangely supportive, while cartels exporting fentanyl are responsible for 100,000 American deaths every year.


Now, what can we expect in Israel? Brace yourselves for the usual grim routine: Hamas and other terrorists selling or executing Israeli hostages, using hostages as "human shields" in Gaza, bargaining or selling the remains of Israeli dead, occasional attacks on Jews inside Israel by Arabs who mistakenly believe they can win an all-out Middle East war against Israel. And eventually, Israel will retaliate, and that might earn a stern U.S. rebuke.



So, what should the U.S. do instead? It's time to stop the chit-chat with Iran and slam the sanctions back in place. Cut off all aid to the Palestinians immediately. Think of a 1973-style massive arms shipment to Israel. Send a clear message to Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, and others in the Middle East: Don't even think about intervening. Israel's got a tough battle ahead, and hesitation or weakness won't cut it. If the U.S. stands strong, maybe, just maybe, we can prevent more chaos from unfolding.



Well, that's it for today, folks. Stay tuned for more insights from yours truly.


Stay Safe, Stay Curious and for goodness sake, dont believe anything you hear from the 10,000.


Jesse


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