Israel is surrounded by enemies. Their major friend is the United States which is paying the Palestinian Authority to kill Jews via their ‘Martyr’ program, while at the same time paying Hamas direct assistance. This is on top of the billions we have given Iran, which trains and supplies Hamas as well as Hezbollah to the North. In light of this ultra-complex situation where America is playing the source of evil in the Middle East thanks to Democrat Party control, Elon Musk pays a visit to Netanyahu today.
WAR: @elonmusk is making an unusual wartime visit to Israel today. The American left accused him of antisemitism last week. Will they accuse him of Islamophobia this week? Life comes at you fast… pic.twitter.com/nXBKx9fjFe
— @amuse (@amuse) November 27, 2023
The man’s wealthiest man and renowned entrepreneur Elon Musk recently visited Kfar Aza, Israel, where he met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. This visit comes at a crucial time when Israel is facing difficult decisions in response to a recent terrorist attack and ongoing conflicts. Musk’s presence in Israel also coincides with his announcement regarding financial contributions to aid organizations in the region. In this article, we delve into the context of Musk’s visit, the discussion between CNBC host Joe Kernen and Democratic California Representative Ro Khanna regarding Israel’s military response, and notable comments on the situation.
⚡️Elon Musk, who told me to stay “neutral ” 2 months ago (I am Lebanese, that’s impossible), is now in “Israel” visiting PM Netanyahu. pic.twitter.com/pkKLBbjGMO
— War Monitor (@WarMonitors) November 27, 2023
Elon Musk’s Pledge of Support:
Elon Musk made headlines when he declared that “X Corp will be donating all revenue from advertising & subscriptions associated with the war in Gaza to hospitals in Israel and the Red Cross/Crescent in Gaza.” This statement reflects his commitment to providing humanitarian aid during a period of heightened tensions in the region.
🚨🇮🇱 “The propaganda against Israel must stop. I want to help rebuild Gaza after the war.” – Elon Musk
🤡 We live in a CLOWN WORLD! pic.twitter.com/pAHsHC7iaU
— Jackson Hinkle 🇺🇸 (@jacksonhinklle) November 27, 2023
CNBC Discussion on Israel’s Military Response:
CNBC host Joe Kernen engaged in a spirited discussion with Representative Ro Khanna, a Democrat from California, concerning Israel’s military response following a brutal terrorist attack on October 7. The attack, orchestrated by Hamas terrorists, resulted in the loss of more than 1,200 lives, with over 200 civilians taken hostage. Kernen and Khanna explored the complexities of Israel’s actions in response to this aggression.
Key Points of the Discussion:
- Israel’s Right to Exist: The conversation began with Khanna acknowledging Israel’s right to exist and defend itself. This foundation set the stage for a discussion on the appropriate course of action for Israel.
- Military Response and Civilian Casualties: Kernen raised questions about the scale and consequences of Israel’s military response. He inquired whether Israel should aim to completely eliminate the estimated 38,000 to 40,000 Hamas fighters, given the significant number of civilian casualties, including children.
- Hamas’s Actions: Kernen emphasized that Hamas initiated the conflict by slaughtering 1,400 people. He highlighted Hamas’s use of human shields, including children, to shield themselves from retaliation.
- Humanitarian Perspective: Khanna expressed concerns about the humanitarian implications of attempting to eliminate all Hamas fighters, which could result in hundreds of thousands of civilian casualties, particularly children. He stressed the importance of diminishing Hamas’s military capability to prevent future attacks and called for a negotiated peace that excludes Hamas. Khanna insisted that the condition for negotiation of a Palestinian state should be the recognition of Israel, a step that Hamas has not taken.
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Notable Comments on the Situation:
Jon Lovitz, a prominent figure, weighed in on the conflict, expressing support for Israel’s actions. He stated, “I support Israel standing up for itself and destroying Hamas. So the Palestinians and Israelis can be free from Hamas terrorists who don’t care about anyone, Israelis or Palestinians. It’s not genocide… it’s war. A war Hamas deliberately started. Knowing Israel would retaliate and knowing innocent Palestinian civilians would be killed. They don’t care.”
Legal answers to accusations of apartheid, occupation, genocide, ethnic cleansing, unproportionality, Gaza as an ‘open air prison’. Opinion. – Leonard Grunstein.
Blind Deaf And Dumb American Administration: Or rather, are they playing the same scam and game they are playing with American citizens. Such as ‘the border is secure’
Biden spokesman John Kirby on the American citizens still being held hostage by Hamas terrorists:
“We don’t have a whole lot of information about them, where they are, what condition they might be in, or what exactly the schedule would be for their release” pic.twitter.com/TLUzetQFXu
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 27, 2023
To Sum It All Up:
- Elon Musk visited Kfar Aza, Israel, where he met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and pledged to donate revenue from advertising and subscriptions associated with the Gaza conflict to aid organizations.
- CNBC host Joe Kernen and Representative Ro Khanna engaged in a discussion regarding Israel’s military response to the October 7 terrorist attack by Hamas.
- Key points of the discussion included Israel’s right to exist, the scale of military response, Hamas’s actions, and the humanitarian perspective.
- Jon Lovitz expressed support for Israel’s actions and criticized Hamas for starting the conflict.
Comments – Threads – Links
- According to Politico, the White House was afraid that a “pause” in Gaza “would allow journalists broader access to Gaza and the opportunity to further illuminate the devastation there and turn public opinion on Israel.” And so they have. This video shows massive war crimes. – Andre Damon (Fox clip at Twitter)
- Well said. WH-NS spokesman John Kirby pointed out how inappropriate it was to libel Israel with the word ‘genocide’. He said: “Israel is not trying to wipe the Palestinian people off the map…Israel is trying to defend itself against a genocidal terrorist threat” from Hamas. How can any decent human being be pro-rape, pro-beheading of infants and pro-atrocities.Supporting evil Hamas is supporting its inhumanity, cruelty, barbarity, bloodthirstiness & wickedness. It’s immoral and antisemitic. Gaza is not occupied by Israel as a matter of law or fact. Hamas is a terrorist organization, with the avowed goal, enshrined in its Charter, of destroying Israel. It also espouses antisemitic and genocidal doctrines directed against the Jews. Peace should have been achieved when Israel fully withdrew from Gaza, in 2005. As the wise Charles Krauthammer, Z”L wrote, “…Israel evacuated Gaza completely. It declared the border between Israel and Gaza an international frontier. Gaza became the first independent Palestinian territory in history. Yet Gazans continued the war…Why? Because occupation was a mere excuse to persuade gullible and historically ignorant Westerners to support the Arab cause against Israel. The issue is, and has always been, Israel’s existence. That is what is at stake.” Hamas is a US designated Foreign Terrorist Organization & can’t provide it material support or resources(18 USC 2339). Moral clarity:Hamas’ atrocities can’t be justified or excused. Must eradicate evil Hamas & bring hostages home. G-d bless Israel & US. – Leonard Grunstein – Israel International News
- British Secretary of State for Business and Trade, Kemi Badenoch, blatantly lies to BBC claiming Israel has not broken international law in its war on Gaza; – It looks like Israel has taken great pains to stay within the confines of the law, and we applaud them for that. So we want to make sure that there is not a case at all for there to be any scenario where Israel is under criticism for breaking international law. Clip at Twitter
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📰 @washingtonpost‘s latest: An opinion piece ‘by’ President #Biden, advocating for his admin’s war efforts. But did he really pen this essay? 😶🌫️It pitches for funding wars in #Israel & #Ukraine & announces U.S. troops on the ground in #Gaza, hinting at a larger conflict w/Iran. pic.twitter.com/kjOtIycwLJ
— Redacted (@TheRedactedInc) November 27, 2023