The October 7th Attacks on Israel Were Allowed to Happen. Here’s Why. – Vigilant Citizen 11/30/23


In the past weeks, I’ve received numerous messages from readers asking for my thoughts on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Usually, I try to stay away from political issues because they’re, more or less, a puppet show and this site is mainly about the puppeteers behind it. However, in the case of the current Israel-Palestine conflict, there’s been some major puppeteering happening behind the scenes and, sadly, lots of people do not see it.

As soon as the conflict began, millions immediately took sides and spammed their social media accounts with things like “I stand with Palestine” or “I stand with Israel”. While I understand why some might want to “stand” with their people, lots of other people need to sit down. And think. And wonder why they’ve been condoning atrocities because people on the other side “deserved it”. They didn’t. Most people who suffered and died were innocent civilians.

While it is human nature to want to pick a side (while vilifying the other), this issue is not black or white. Very far from it.

To properly analyze this conflict, one must take a deep breath, take a step back, and view the situation from above. Like the elite does. Furthermore, one must evacuate emotions and ask a very basic question: “Who is ultimately profiting from this?”

Once this is done, one might come to a debilitating conclusion: Both “sides” might actually be on the same side.

Here’s a fact that people need to recognize right away: The heads of Hamas are not “freedom fighters” and Israel is not merely “defending itself”. There are no “good guys” on either side, only people who are after specific goals.

If you believe this is a complete bullock, ask yourself: Did the origins of this conflict even make sense?

On October 7th 2023, Hamas launched a series of coordinated attacks on Israeli territories neighbouring the Gaza Strip. That date was not random. It was nearly exactly 50 years after the beginning of the Yom Kippur War on October 6th, 1973. Furthermore, October 7th was a Sabbath day and the date of several Jewish holidays. In other words, that date was purposely chosen for its religious and symbolic meaning.

As we now know, that day was simply horrific.

In a single day, 859 Israeli civilians and at least 348 Israeli soldiers and policemen were killed in nearby towns, kibbutzim, military bases and at a music festival near Re’im. Around 250 Israeli civilians and soldiers were taken as hostages to the Gaza Strip, of which the number of kidnapped children is about 30.

– New York Times, What We Know About the Death Toll in Israel From the Hamas-Led Attacks

Those who viewed video footage of these atrocities have witnessed moments of pure evil and horror that can cause one to lose faith in humanity. And these atrocities were exactly what Israel needed to justify an all-out invasion of Gaza, along with a prolonged war in the area.

As insane as it might sound, these atrocities were allowed. They were the perfect war pretext.

There’s nothing new about this. Throughout history, nations looking to invade a territory have always faced an important problem: If they are perceived as the aggressor, public opinion will side against them.

And, throughout history, this problem was addressed using tried-and-true techniques that still work to this day: False-flags and pseudo-operations….

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