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GAZA WAR DIARY: 6 APRIL 2024

However bad you think the Biden administration has become in undermining Israel’s fight for survival, it’s worse. In a recent interview with one of the leaders of the violent protests against Netanyahu, Ami Dror admitted that he was being advised and encouraged by the Biden administration which has a four-part plan to destroy Israel’s democratically elected government and to replace it with one that will give into Hamas’ genocidal demands. In that communication, Dror told his colleagues that the White House was asking them to reinstate the riots originally begun before October 7 concerning judicial reform.

From Caroline Glick:

Based on what he (Ami Dror) referred to as a conversation with his contacts in the White House, Dror set out in … detail the White House’s four-part plan to overthrow the government. The components involved actions on the ground in Gaza; the use of the U.N. Security Council; extortion of government ministers; and mass protests.

Dror called his report: ‘An important update from the American administration.’

He explained that his update followed an earlier text he sent out on March 6 on the same topic. ‘The American plan, as I published it on March 6 remains unchanged. The day after my publication, the Biden administration announced the establishment of an American port [in Gaza] that will seize from Israel the ability to rule the Strip – the port will be used initially to provide food, but the central purpose of the port is to rebuild Gaza.’

The purpose of the U.S. campaign for humanitarian aid, he explained, was twofold: undermining the control of the Israeli Defense Forces in Gaza and blackmailing government ministers.

Hat tip to Daveed Shachar.

Israel has slowed its operations in Gaza. That is not debatable. It has not gone into Rafah. The Israeli people, besieged by enemies from all sides, and abandoned by the Western world, is now in a holding position. The average Israeli is against the protest movement and is not fooled for an instant by its organizers or the handful of families of hostages who have declared that: “To return our loved ones, we have decided to work in the service of Hamas. We are demanding that the Israeli government accept the organization’s demands immediately. If not – we will burn the country down.”

They could also demand we hand the keys to our country over to Hamas and Hezbollah and Iran and drown ourselves in the sea. How is that going to help their loved ones?

At a time like this, the only thing we have to hold on to is that we may be a tiny nation facing the world, but we are a very big family. The support and encouragement of individuals all over the world who have helped not only with social media support, like the priceless Douglas Murray, but also by purchasing equipment for Israeli soldiers, and even the Jewish school in New Jersey whose students sold popcorn to raise money that was used to buy pizzas for Israeli soldiers, are invaluable to our morale. Any act of love towards Israel means so much at this time, such as the 1,000 creators and actors in Hollywood who condemned Jonathan Glazer’s despicable speech, for which we were most grateful.

And we take note of the opposite trend as well: 150 Hollywood idiots signing a letter backing Glazer and condemning those who expressed their fury against him: “Their attacks on Glazer are a dangerous distraction from Israel’s escalating military campaign which has already killed over 32,000 Palestinians in Gaza and brought hundreds of thousands to the brink of starvation,” they wrote. The signatorees include Joaquin Phoenix, Joel Coen (of the Coen Brothers) and Mike Leigh.

And let’s not forget the traitorous progressive so-called “rabbis”: “There is no military solution to this conflict,” the rabbis, including leaders of large synagogues, stated in a letter organized by T’ruah, a rabbinic human rights group. “A ceasefire is the only reliable, proven means for securing the release of the remaining hostages and ensuring the provision of desperately needed humanitarian relief to Gaza.” Humanitarian relief for Gaza!!! And what about your fellow Jews, you traitors, the ones whose families are on the front lines, and who can expect more such attacks if Hamas isn’t destroyed?!

These things will not be forgiven.

Unfortunately, there is a long history of these kinds of traitors within the Jewish community. Apostates in the Middle Ages collaborated with the Church to have the Jewish community destroyed, its cultural treasures looted and burned. The Association of German National Jews fought against the international anti-Nazi boycott of German products and issued a manifesto that claimed that the Jews were being “fairly treated” by Nazis, and issued the following statement in 1934: “We have always held the well-being of the German people and the fatherland, to which we feel inextricably linked, above our own well-being. Thus, we greeted the results of January 1933, even though it has brought hardship for us personally.”

The Nazis were not impressed. The members of this organization were arrested along with the rest of the Jews of the “fatherland.” And so shall it be for those who voted Biden into office, and who support Hamas. It’s turned out to be one and the same.


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16 comments on “GAZA WAR DIARY: 6 APRIL 2024”

  1. Ellen Calderon Reply

    So sorry about what my president and government are interfering please all be safe, we Jews here are always with you.

  2. Dina Reply

    Sorry, I meant to write ימח שמם וזכרם. ן it’s the middle of the night over here.

  3. Dina Reply

    Thank you Naomi for keeping us up with th news and for unmasking the traitors we have always known or suspected..
    יחמם וזכרם

  4. David Kaliski Reply

    Two things are being demanded.
    Firstly, an immediate ceasefire to end the conflict now.
    Secondly, that the USA and EU stop selling arms to Israel. This, presumably, is intended to hamper Israel’s strike capabilities and likely will also stop Israel’s careful and precise targeting abilities.
    The solution is simple.
    Attack Rafah full out now to maximize the quick destruction of the remaining Hamas forces and, forget about the civilian population. Israel is being accused of indiscriminate bombing and disregard for civilians anyway.
    This will bring about an early end to the war and the immediate ceasefire being demanded.
    Also, by using the arms still available will allow the USA and EU to keep their arms for now. They can then sell arms to Israel later to defend against Hezbollah (until they fear Israel may be winning).

    • Karen Reply

      Hi David, I too have been saying these things for months now. Israel can’t win the PR war, the world has a very skewed idea of what’s What and don’t want to see the truth. So just do it! Get it done. Public opinion can’t get any worse than it is now & her allies have already turned on her, at least as far as what they want their voters to see. In America Biden has to have Deerborn Michigan in order to win the election and they are Muslim mostly so… you can see where that’s going. So just wipe out Hamas whatever it takes and F*** world opinion. I apologize for the language but boy does this get my blood boiling!!

  5. Elizabeth Behrman Reply

    I wish Biden were better of course. But I cannot vote for the evil orange buffoon.

    In the congressional races my primary consideration will be support of Israel.

    • SR Reply

      If your consideration is “support of Israel”, you are supporting the wrong party. Your “evil orange buffoon” has Israel’s back. Wake up!. The “evil, liar and sad excuse for a POTUS and his admin. are interfering with another country’s politics. Unacceptable! The Dems needed a hook to denigrate Trump/Republicans, so they dreamt up a whole Russian collusion narrative about the Russians interfering in US politics. Why then is the Dem admin. interfering in Israel’s politics, attempting to muscle them to accept the US’s version of “peace” (yah, right), a “2-state solution” with respect for Israel’s right to exist (yah right) and a “cease-fire” that is totally one-sided (yah right) so that humanitarian aid can flow into Gaza. And Israel is STILL expected to supply aid and electricity to Gaza—what a world view! Are you delusional? Who has spoken up about the hostages–have they already been forgotten? Where was the aid to Israel in the aftermath of Oct 7th?? Who stepped up to demand that Hamas cease and desist? How many more dead hostages must there be before Biden steps up?
      “Orange Man” may not be the perfect man for the job, but the present occupants have lost their moral compass.

      • Karen Reply

        Amen SR!! You are so right! People need to stop listening to the lefts state news station’s and do research for themselves.

      • Wes Hagglov Reply

        You are very clear in your observations and are doing a great job trying to change the minds of those who are…what was the word you used?…delusional? (yah right), delusional…your perspective is refreshing…thank you…

    • KD Reply

      Hi Elizabeth,

      I can’t help wondering what you mean when you say you wish Biden were better. What do you mean by that? Better in what way?

      And may I ask: When you say that in the congressional races, your primary consideration will be support of Israel, does this mean that you will still vote Democrat, and just kind of wish that Biden and his party will do better in the future?

      If that is the case, I wonder: what exactly are your wishes based upon?

      I hope you take this in the spirit it is intended: I am not an American citizen and have only an outsider’s interest in these matters.

      Kind regards,

      KD.

  6. Janet Zale Reply

    Please don’t accuse those of us who voted for Biden in 2020 as being complicit in anything to do with Hamas.

    • KD Reply

      Hi Janet,

      I do not live in the United States, so I’m not involved in any direct way in what goes on over there. That is to say, I’m not a follower of either of the two main parties. When it comes to all of that – I’m Switzerland.

      With that said, and with all due respect to yourself, can I, as an interested neutral observer from another country, ask you how you feel now about having voted for Joe Biden back in 2020?

      (I believe the Rock (the wrestler/actor) now regrets having supported Biden in 2020.)

      Kind regards,

      KD.

  7. Hagai Reply

    • President Joe Biden has a favorite story about his long relationship with Israel. For decades, he has been publicly recounting his 1973 meeting with then-Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir — which he described in 2015 as “one of the most consequential meetings I’ve ever had in my life.”
    But parts of the version of the story Biden told on Wednesday, at a White House menorah lighting for the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah, were not accurate.
    Most of the details of Biden’s Wednesday account were the same or very similar to the details in his previous accounts. Biden said that Meir kept referring to a bunch of maps, that future Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was present, that Meir offered to take a photo with Biden, and that Meir painted a dark picture of Israel’s security situation but then assured him that Israel had a “secret weapon” in its conflicts with its neighbors: “We have no place else to go.”
    But two elements of Biden’s Wednesday version were different than usual, and both of these changes were incorrect. One of the falsehoods was obviously an accidental slip; the other was more substantial.
    Biden began on Wednesday as follows: “And during the Six-Day War, I had an opportunity to — she invited me to come over because I was going to be the liaison between she and the Egyptians about the Suez, and so on and so forth.” Later in the story, he suggested that Meir had referred to him during the meeting as “Mr. Ambassador.”
    Facts First: Biden misspoke about when his meeting with Meir occurred. The meeting took place about five weeks before the Yom Kippur War in 1973, not during the Six-Day War in 1967. More significantly, Biden inflated his importance to Israel at the time. There is no evidence that Meir had any intention of using him as any sort of “liaison” between Israel and Egypt.
    At the time of the Six-Day War in 1967, Biden was still a law student and Meir was not yet prime minister.
    Biden’s “liaison” claim is vague, but experts on the Yom Kippur War say it is also clearly inaccurate. While Biden did visit Egypt in 1973 just before he visited Israel, and told Meir what Egyptian officials had told him, there is zero indication that Meir wanted to use a 30-year-old American who had had never previously been to Israel and who had been a senator for only nine months as an intermediary in a complicated and critical conflict. In fact, an Israeli government official’s written summary of the meeting said Biden had seemed inexperienced and that Meir had vehemently rejected his proposal for Israel to unilaterally withdraw from certain territory as a step toward peace.
    A White House official suggested to CNN on Thursday that Biden’s assertion that “she invited me to come over because I was going to be the liaison between she and the Egyptians about the Suez” was simply a reference to the fact that he had met with both Egyptian and Israeli officials on the 1973 trip to discuss relations between their countries.
    But Biden’s words, which were called false by the Republican National Committee on Thursday, conveyed the impression that Meir sought to use him in an important diplomatic role. Experts say that is indeed baseless.
    “There is no reason to believe that Golda, who as Biden himself described, did not trust a diplomatic process, would voluntarily ask an inexperienced young senator to be her liaison for such a mission,” said Uri Bar-Joseph, a Haifa University political science professor and the author of a book on what was happening in the Israeli government prior to the Yom Kippur War.

    • Brenda Matsumura Reply

      Yes you are spot on. This corruption runs thru the entire Biden Admin. They are dangerous to the safety, health and welfare of the entire country of America. Biden is also a Pathological liar, as he lies about everything, from the inconsequential to the most critical issues. The Democrat party is ruthless. I saw yesterday that Pelosi and Dems in Congress are demanding a ceasefire. Doesn’t that require 2 parties? I can hardly stand the face of this man and his cronies and am sick of his interference and demands of Israel. I will be heartbroken if he gets re-elected, as he will finish off his own country and Israel if possible. The Jews in America need to wake up and FAST!!

      • Karen Reply

        You’re right, Brenda. He lies about everything. If people don’t start paying attention, fact checking, watching the news shows they don’t necessarily like, listening to people from the Republican side even though they don’t agree with the politics, they’ll never see that they’re being lied to, treated with utter disrespect and disdain. It’s unbelievable that anyone can believe a word this administration says. You can hear him lie about his own education! These are things that are so simple to check too! Doesn’t it worry people when you have a man who has an extra marital affair with his current wife then used his position as a senator to destroy her previous husband who was a friend of his? Then they sit together on tv talking about their first date which was a complete lie as well. People need to wake up! This man is a flat out liar and will never do what he says. Israel needs to just do what it needs to do and forget about Biden, he certainly doesn’t have Israel’s back!

  8. Sylvia Knoop Reply

    They say the children of Gaza are starving, how can the parents be so well fed? Have you also noticed that ? In Sudan almost everybody is starving.

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