Originally published on October 12th, 2023.

It can be overwhelming trying to cover every aspect of Gazafest 2023. I’ve certainly been known to pen some absurdly long articles, and I’ve gotten fair criticism from them. I’ve decided instead that some short but sweet articles are the way to go moving forward, and what better way to start than with the Baby Beheader 9000.

Business Insider:

A spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces told Insider that the military won’t seek further evidence for its claim that Hamas decapitated babies in Israel.

How does anyone read “decapitated babies,” with a straight face? It’s so obviously slanderous atrocity propaganda that I simply cannot get inside the head of someone who truly believes this nonsense. Someone who pretends to in order to show their obedience, sure. Someone who actually believes this Middle Eastern Ghost of Kiev-tier libel? No way.

He said it would be “disrespectful for the dead” to do so.

The spokesperson, Major Nir Dinar, was responding to widespread criticism that the IDF had spread a sickening claim about its enemies without demonstrating that it was true.

Of course it’s trivially easy to show proof of this claim. You just take photographs of the decapitated babies and show them to the world. However, asking for proof of Jew slanders that exist to justify mass slaughter of innocents is Schlomophobic, and that’s bad, Goy.

“Let your readers know that a soldier who handled the bodies, that was his claim,” he said. “I don’t have an evidence and I’m not looking for one.”

“This enough of an evidence, in my perspective,” Dinar said. “Me, as a military, I’m not going to investigate or count the number of babies whose throats were slit or decapitated.”

No, it doesn’t make any sense unless you understand that this is totally cynical slander, and everyone involved knows.

Since Saturday, at least 1,200 people, including children, were killed in Israel, according to the IDF.

As of Wednesday, at least 1,055 people, including children, had been killed in Gaza since Israel began its retaliatory strikes, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza.

Credit to Business Insider to actually say “killed,” in Gaza. Most (((propaganda agencies))) use passive language instead.

Sleepy Joe chimed in earlier.


US President Joe Biden’s remarks in which he claimed he had seen “confirmed pictures of terrorists beheading children” were based on media reports and on claims from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s spokesperson, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.

The newspaper cited a White House spokesperson who clarified that Biden and other US officials have not seen or independently confirmed that Hamas beheaded Israeli children.

In his remarks addressing Jewish leaders at the White House on Wednesday, Biden said: “It is important for Americans to see what is happening. I have been doing this for a long time. I never thought that I would see and have confirmed pictures of terrorists beheading children.”

Turns out, you still never saw that, and you still don’t have confirmed pictures, cause it never happened.

I have no idea if Biden simply went off script, and thought to add a little embellishment to the story, or if his (((handlers))) told him to say this. The guy is borderline senile, but his handlers, like Blinken, have a history of ludicrous fables that they expect you to believe. It could go either way.

Don’t let that humourous idiocy distract you from the fact that the Israelis are actually mass murdering children, including infants. Above you can see just two victims, but photographs of many more have circulated all throughout telegram. I’m trying to keep disturbing imagery to a minimum on this site, but there’s no shortage of it out there.

They have also targeted medical care, as well as journalists. That appears to be par for the course for Israel. 

They’re not letting up with the atrocity propaganda. This one about the woman who had a baby ripped out of her stomach appears quite popular.

At this point, it’s a waste of everyone’s time to deboonk every little slander that comes out of their mouths. 

The most appropriate response is to chuckle and move on.

Although I will absolutely agree with (((Justin Hart))) for all the wrong reasons on this one. 

I actually don’t like the term “atrocity propaganda.” It feels weak. I much prefer saying “slanders used to justify mass murder,” since that’s what it is, and it’s far more accusatory and to the point. 

Israel pretends that Hamas decapitated babies so that the Jews can slaughter thousands of actual babies with bullets, bombs, and artillery. That might be more mundane than the Baby Beheader 9000, but the difference is that it’s actually real.

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