Narratives Surrounding The Israeli-Palestinian War
I was out last week, so I am late to this topic. The conflict is now a week old, so we’re already approaching “old news” territory. Most of the good takes are already out there. Dang.
I don’t have much to add that has not already been said. So, instead of repeating what every other dissident is already discussing, let’s change the topic a bit.
Let’s instead review prevailing sentiments among various demographics regarding this conflict, instead of talk about the topic itself.
Within the United States, I’ve been picking up on three dominant narratives:
- The Neocon Narrative: These guys support Israel, obviously. Most of them seem fine with ethnically cleansing the entire region of Palestinians and using the U.S. military to do so. This includes your average conservative, because they are indoctrinated by the neocons.
- The Leftist Narrative: These guys support Palestine. I imagine they do so because they see it as evil white people versus misunderstood-loving brown people.
- The Dissident Narrative: These guys don’t really care about either group. The takes are usually based on what the individual dissident assumes is best for his own people, which creates a wide net of mini narratives.
Hilariously, on the Left, the average leftist follows the Leftist Narrative, whereas their leaders all follow the Neocon Narrative.
That demonstrates the uniparty system well.
I’ve noticed that many dissidents are diverged on the topic, but all harbor the same root focus (of a desire for whatever they deem best for their people). No dissident wants military involvement or financial support given to either group, but they diverge on who they root for outside of these conditions. These narratives can also be summarized:
- Dissident-Palestine Narrative: These guys support Palestine because they don’t want Palestinians becoming refugees in the West, which is all but guaranteed if Israel goes forward with their ethnic cleansing of Gaza.
- Dissident-Israel Narrative (rare, but some of the dispensationalist/end-times guys are on this bus): They support Israel because they mistakenly think Ezekiel 37-39 and pieces of Revelation relate to the modern state of Israel, so they don’t want to get on God’s bad side. Others seem to be alright with Israel because they want them to have their own region, so they’ll leave other countries alone. This is the “gather all the Jews in Israel” take.
- Dissident-Neither Narrative: Some dissidents do not care about the sandpeople’s dilemma at all. Most of these guys are spending their time yelling about how the entire thing is a distraction.
I definitely lean Palestine Narrative, even though the neither option is appealing. I think it’s best for us if Palestine stays where they are, so any change to that condition is a problem for us. Still, I’d obviously be against any national involvement at all.
Sadly, I doubt that is going to happen, because Israel wants us involved. And the U.S. is a great lap dog for the needs of this explicitly non-Christian nation. Thus, I expect us to be drawn into the conflict in short order.
These narratives are interesting because it shows us how split the United States truly is.
Our rulers are all pro-Israeli, regardless of political posturing.
Leftists support Palestine, even though the people they vote for and support do not.
Dissidents span the whole multitude of narratives, but are grounded in a shared goal of “What is best for us?” logic. We are perhaps the only group thinking about our own interests, while everyone else is virtue signaling about which non-Christian, non-European group on the other side of the planet we should support. Which is insane.
Dissidents may disagree on the exact approach in response to this development, but at least we all share the correct root desire.
The average conservative falls for the Neocon narrative because they have been indoctrinated to believe that the modern state of Israel = God’s Israel, which is completely ridiculous. They would know this if they’d have even the slightest understanding of the New Testament, starting with Romans 9:6-7. I definitely agree with what Vox Day said here:
I’m neither a Catholic nor an atheist, but I don’t think it would be possible for anyone to despise these retarded “evangelicals” more than I do. On whose behalf are they evangelizing? I used to wonder how it would be possible for most Christians to genuinely believe that the Antichrist was the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. I don’t wonder about that anymore.
And yet, you’ll never see any Churchian leaders pointing to this sort of abject nonsense when they’re engaged in one of their endless symposiums on “why come don’t no one go to church no more?” Perhaps if should consider preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and salvation from sin and damnation instead of the Wordspel of Feminism, Globalism, Pride, and Ethnic Cleansing in Gaza.
So true, Vox.
Then there is the whole generational divide to toss in, as well.
We’re not split just by politics and uniparty status, but by generation, too.
Everybody trashes on the millennials, but they are the winners here:
The Judeo-Christian lie is unfolding, and the lies of the uniparty are fledging all the same. Good job, millennials. Hopefully Gen Z takes it even further.
But we’re not the only ones noticing this shift in the generational timeline. So is Israel.
Which means they have a lot to lose if they don’t make their move now, while they can still elicit the support of the overall American consensus. Once the older generations die off, they won’t have that same support base anymore. Maybe that is why they are making their move now, after all.
At the end of the day, this is yet another of the small fires being planned globally. The oil blots are being placed to light this entire sucker ablaze.
Discord is coming, and it is going to get fully launched soon enough. I would not be surprised if Israel becomes the Gavrilo Princip. The United States has wanted to take out Iran for a while, and this may become the perfect justification for doing so. BRICS is a major problem for U.S. hegemony, and what better way to handle it than to take out a key player within it? If only we had another Gulf of Tonkin incident…
Many narratives. Many possibilities. All we can do is wait and see. Oh, and get prepared.
As a side-note: I don’t know what causes it, but whenever I take a week break, all hell breaks loose. Last time I took a full week off from this website was the week that the covid insanity started in March 2020. Last week I take some time off and a potential catalyst war in the Middle-East starts.
Maybe I should stop taking breaks.
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