Updated 23/10/23 to include death toll in the first Intifada As Glenn Greenwald wrote in 2012: “Few things are more depressing than paying attention to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.” In addition to the never-ending killing and the dishonest search for peace, there is a new dimension of depression to the latest round of the conflict: the dishearteningly small Venn diagram overlap between people united against Great Reset fascism and people who understand what is arguably the single most important conflict of our time.
A great piece. Toby and the DS have lost the plot over the last ten days with their entirely one-sided coverage. Critical faculties and scepticism suspended altogether regarding the conflict and the stories about it.
Nicely laid out mini-history (sorry if that's a less than appropriate term) and as usual a good grip on reality.
In response to Nik Jewell: I'm fairly new to Daily Sceptic and was, up till now, enjoying their content but then, as you say, they went full-on "one-sided".
Actually there are some really interesting points in here. I never thought of that concept that you mention whereby the Europeans (by which I probably am thinking of "Elites who run Europe") may have accidentally-on-purpose "sacrificed" Palestinians to assuage their guilt for mass WWII Jewish deaths.