The pro-Hamas marches over the weekend were sickening.
Somehow hundreds of thousands of Hamas brownshirts all over the Western world came out of nowhere to scream their support for the worst act of genocide since the Holocaust, for sub-savages who behead babies and burn them in ovens.
Hamas's Charter calls for relentless Jihad and the elimination of Israel. The Preamble to the 1988 Charter stated:
″Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam invalidates it, just as it invalidated others before it.″
After the slaughter of October 7, 2023, Israel seeks, justly, to eliminate Hamas.
Israel is getting the job done. That is why the mob were demanding an immediate ceasefire. The baby-beheaders were on the run; the mob wanted to give them time to regroup. This may not sound as bad as outright demanding the gassing of Jews such as we heard elsewhere across the globe, but the end is the same. “From the river to the sea” means: no Israel.
Supposedly, the protests here were organised by a group called Justice for Palestine.
In a singular example of loathsome hypocrisy and Orwellian virtue-signalling, Justice for Palestine's website says,
All forms of racism and discrimination are the antithesis of justice, peace and freedom. Justice for Palestine events and social media will not tolerate any act or discourse which adopts or promotes, among others: racism, anti-Arab racism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, sexism, xenophobia, or homophobia.
I wonder if they have communicated that to Hamas or Hezbollah or the Ayatollah?! Especially the bits about genocide, sexism and homophobia? Have they tried enlisting with Hamas wearing a rainbow T-shirt?
Green Party MP Golriz Ghahraman said:
“Right now, Gaza is living under a situation of ethnic cleansing, so it is unconscionable for us to remain silent.”
Israel is not engaged in ethnic cleansing; it is engaged in self-defence: retaliatory force against those who initiated it.
But I have a question for Golriz: October 7 was not ethnic cleansing?
Non-enforcement of the law, as a way to destroy the law? Sound familiar?
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Lindsay Perigo is a New Zealand broadcaster, author and commentator, once hailed by Metro magazine as “the doyen of political interviewers.” He infamously walked out of Television New Zealand in 1993, calling its news and current affairs “braindead.”
Lindsay contributes to the Breakfast programme with Perigo's Perspective on Thursday mornings.