Response to Jordan Peterson & Benjamin Netanyahu Podcast
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Benjamin Netanyahu was recently platformed on Jordan Peterson's channel. This wall criminal spewed lies misinformation, which we will deconstruct in this episode
The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us to ever build a mosque for Allah, Allah will build a similar the house in Jannah. And we know the great reward that will not only be gained but rather will fill your grave after your death. Whenever someone prays that whenever someone gives shahada in the masjid whenever someone learns something in the masjid, yes, that will be something that you will have on your scale.
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How you doing? You? Okay. Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Abdullah Andalusi, for those who don't know, is a prolific debater in the Muslim world. I don't know how many debates you've done, there may be over 100 now. I lost count after 10. And what I'm one other thing that you have done is debate Zionism with Zionist, isn't that correct. And so, what we're going to be doing today is we're going to be reacting to the podcast between Jordan Peterson and Benjamin Netanyahu, dissecting the claims of this charlatan, this war criminal that was left unchecked and unchallenged by Jordan Peterson, which is absolutely disappointing to say the least considering his interactions with the Muslim
community. And quite frankly, when I looked at the comments, and the engagements on this, on this particular video
30,000 people commented, and it was almost an 80 to 90% disapproval rating from the people, people really disliked. And I was very surprised to see that what do you think of it? I don't think I'm surprised at all, I think everyone sees through the kind of facade of Jordan Peterson's
kind of almost presumed objectivity, where he claimed at the beginning of the interview, that he would push back on what Benjamin Netanyahu was saying, and ask critical questions, what have you and he didn't push back at all? If you actually watch the whole interview, in fact, when Benny Medina who was was was just waxing lyrical about his making points on challenged, Jordan Peterson even sometimes helped him say, Oh, you forgot to mention this even helped him. There's not a single time he pushed back on anything, despite him explicitly saying he would push back. Well, you know, in the past, I've spoken to Peterson twice, actually. And he was right and good to say that what he said
about the Prophet Muhammad Salim being a warlord was in judicious in his words, it was lack of judgment. But if we're talking about warlords here, I mean, this is an individual and that's in yah hoo hoo, I remember on the news coming out and talking about hazards, and saying we want to conquer conquests of Gaza, and the modern age of the UN and all these kind of things. What tell us a bit about who this Netanyahu is, why do we feel so emotional about this guy? Well, you know, who represents a a hawkish a more hawkish
kind of Israeli response to Palestinian defiance? Yeah. So we've seen increased numbers of settlements and celebrations of the building of settlements on the West Bank, which are basically virtually exclusively only for Jews, not even for Israeli Arabs. We see the bombing of Gaza regularly. We see provocations on the Temple Mount. We see extrajudicial killings of Palestinians that do not get answered by by the courts. We see arbitrary military rule in the West Bank, in area see where Palestinians are subject to military ordinances, they don't even get to decide their laws, and they get evicted. We see high levels of evictions of Palestinians out of their homes and
properties under his watch. So he's of all the Prime Minister's there's ever been in Israel, he represents one of the worst kinds of west of the West. That's saying something in the history of Israeli Prime Ministers. Well, I think after this particular thing, you know, came out and I saw his face with Jordan Peterson's face, I'll be honest with you. It was disgust when I saw him and disappointment but then also, there was a bit of
the opportunist in me
started to actually activate if you like, and I thought to myself, so between me and one of the biggest enemies of the Muslim world, today's one man who I've spoken to and I've had personal relationship with
and I'm sure that they're going to be watching this video. I'm 100% sure that those individuals that daily wire and you know, Ben Shapiro Yeah, and that's in Yahoo himself would not be
far away from me to assume that and that's in Yahoo himself who got you know, 700,000 views, which, which is much less than one would have expected in the podcast with Peterson and with an 80% disapproval rating with the right wing audience, which is even more surprising, is watching this as well. Let's go through some of the main points of what he said and react to them and kind of
unfortunate it's gonna be it's quite a few. I was disappointed in Jordan Peterson because I make you look Yeah, he does is in psychiatry and psychology he's very well versed in that is he's very, he's achieved. He's accomplished. He's, he's a writer in those things. And he's venturing out into an area that he doesn't really know which he admits. But if you are going to venture into a new theme area, no harm in doing so. At least do your homework.
He doesn't seem to reference or give any indication of any knowledge of any counterpoints to anything that Benjamin Netanyahu said, not reading any of the many Israeli authors who've criticized Zionism, who have criticized the Israeli government, or any Palestinian writings, or any even historians, who are a bit more neutral or objective than Benjamin Netanyahu, whose brand of of history would, would call for, we saw nothing. We simply saw him he made it there. He had some ignorance in it, although he did he read Benjamin Moore's book called Baby, I think it was. So he read, he read one book, and that was sufficient for him. To go into the discussion. He reminded me
when he engaged Slava Dziedzic on Marxism, and socialism. And he just read, kind of like Karl Marx's manifesto, as if that's the only book Karl Marx ever read, and then felt that he was competent enough to debate a,
a socialist, academic who's highly acclaimed, world famous academic, on the nuances of socialism amongst them. So the question is, why as Jordan Peterson who is used to academic rigor in his field, he knows what it looks like. He knows what it looks like to be objective, in scientific investigations,
as much as much as you can concerning the human psyche, in the mind, he knows what that looks like. And yet, he does not adopt that same approach. I'll be honest with me, I'll be honest with you, I think that Jordan Peterson and design this issue, right, he's not a heavyweight of the issue. And he knows, he's not one of the guys that's going to come out. And quite frankly, if someone beats him on this issue, from let's say, the pro passes, I would consider it to be a worthless victory. Because it's like, he's not one of the guys has been coming out debating like yourself, coming out talking to is prominent speakers and academics from the other side. And so quite frankly, I think that the
attention should be put to those colleagues of his, okay, who are who had been making on pulav. Benjamin are people like, let's say no, to today, inshallah we're going to be dealing with because quite frankly, those are the ones who are making the arguments. Those are the ones who are writing the books, those are the ones who, if you want to have a fight with someone want to have the fight with the best ones.
Jordan Peterson is not a matter of, we're not talking about a clinical psychological issue here. So once again, he was used by the daily wire. And I think that anyway, I should take responsibility for actually damaging his reputation, quite frankly, because they've they've now damaged his reputation from his own standards. And I think he's not a puppet, like he should know better.
Yeah, but if he's being used at this point, because if he's not being considered, if you think you have a right wing or right audience or something like that, and you're you've got an Israeli politician, how do you know that 36,000 people were commenting 80% of them are going to really hate what you say, you think it from his perspective. And then when you when you put up an Instagram post, you know, 90% of the people are disliking him. I think he underestimated quite ironically, the extent to which he appealed or transcended the right wing. And now that very reality is coming back to haunt him because those individuals who are subscribers and fans of his are not going to have
this kind of this kind of guy coming out and speaking the way he has about Palestine.
I actually think that Jordan Peterson actually should have known better he knew that bending minutes is a is a controversial character, to say the least. Yeah, he even cited controversy. He said that there's a amongst young people because he he's he cited in that interview that young people take a more pro Palestinian view, I mean, in their academic circles and Western universities in the West. So clearly, he had an agenda, where he was part of an agenda between the right wing and left wing in the West, about this stuff. I'm not sure if you remember the time when I spoke to Pearson here
Jonathan DESeq I forget sent him. But he had his friend Jonathan with him and then he was talking to me about why he was protesting. Maybe you should have, he should have gotten Jonathan to sit there and ask the hard questions if you know,
Carrefour or the equivalent of Jonathan like someone who knows something about the the person issue should have gotten this guy to write and start speaking about okay, well, what about this? What about the fact that Netanyahu was in his time premiership as a prime minister of Israel, he's the longest reigning Prime Minister. He oversaw indiscriminate killing shelling of major Puntland blocks, with his children being killed indiscriminately, as you mentioned, the settlement issues. We're talking about people being pried out of their homes, kicked out new building the input. This is unbelievable. I mean, the thing for media, like Jordan Peterson prides himself in freedom of the
media advocating for that, and yet Israel bombs, media facilities, buildings, which were the Disney for the media remember that? Yeah. And quite frankly, you know, Jordan Peterson has been on the record speaking about styling, and these guys are the past. But Netanyahu, I mean, he's one of them. Clever. He's, I say he's worse, He's worse than than he is worse than that. He's going to these places dropping, boom, boom, boom, boom, on big apartment blocks with the children being killed. And it's this asymmetrical power and stuff like that. And the hazard for those who don't know, Gaza, is completely what what's happening in Gaza now is the most densely populated areas of the world
because they're not allowed to go in or out these individuals. It's the biggest open prison in the world today. And there's not even one question about what about the people in Gaza?
How is this? How can this be but Well, Jordan Pearson talks about gulags. And you know what the Soviets did to create these prison camps and things like this? And of course, the Nazis and so on so forth. Exactly. What do you notice about print? What's the first thing that you notice when you when you're being taken to a prison camp? What's the first thing that you notice about the prison camp? Right? It's the walls, the walls that keep people in? He should he Well, he went to, to Palestine. And he should have seen the West Bank, all those walls and barbed wire, and machine guns, fences and territories, and so on, so forth.
equivalent to the gulags of the Soviet Union, created, I don't know if a genuinely we've got the pictures of the children who were killed by this man. We showed him the pictures, this is a person under the rubble, this is the woman crying screaming for her child. You know, this is another one's another one. And this is a person being kicked out of their home. And this is a person who is if we showed it to him, could it change his mind? Could it make him change? Could it make him different? It doesn't matter at this point. I don't care. Because quite frankly, as I've said before, we want we want the we want the big fish here. We want the big fish in this debate. You know, so let's go
through some of the things that we
well, like, me watching it was watching. It was very hard. I'll be honest. Yeah. Because when I mean, not just Benjamin Netanyahu, who with a straight face can talk about justice not despite the many faces of children that have been slain by him that we've seen on the news, and not necessarily mainstream Western media news. Unfortunately. Not just that. But even the part of me that favors just factual accuracy. Right? It's not just my heart, but even just the part of me that favors factual accuracy, was grossly offended. He was lying blatantly. Yes, Jordan Peterson. And at one point, he was like, you know, I don't want to misquote him here. But he was saying, like, people
haven't really attacked him on the basis of facts.
I mean, like, many millionaires know, whose books are comical.
There's been loads of reputations of the claims in those books. He just reiterates them rehashes the same rubbish that designers have come up with, and it's not an issue of that is that is disputed amongst academic circles. He's a clear cut facts of of history and background. Let's let's go through some of the Yeah, so what give me some some most egregious ones that you think that? Well, he starts out by first discussing some kind of legitimacy behind the government of Israel's right to be to create be created and did and don't dominate Palestine? And even undermining as they will do? Usually, do you know why quote it Palestine? You know, that's a new term, it's a new phrase, and so
on and so forth. And all that is not true. And it starts out basically argument as who owned it first, the who owned it, the Palestinians came late the Arab Arab invasion. Ridiculous discussion. It's so so so the natives should should have discussion about
So let's open discussion about the natives and maybe the Anglo Saxons and maybe the Normans. You know the irony runner is it's it's it's completely unlike he portrays it's ironic the history so before I kind of wax lyrical about that, let's just we wind and just deal with it on an intellectual basis. Yeah.
Because I think we need to kind of address it objectively. So
if we go by the biblical account, okay just by the biblical and Benjamin to know who cites the Bible science, the Old Testament alternate order to know so he says that, basically, it doesn't discuss, oh, wait a second, how did the Israelites get to Canon which was the the first name for that land is canon are listed that we have in the earliest mentions is canon canon. Okay, how do they get there? Well, they always there it doesn't mention that of course, if we were going to look at from a secular perspective, just a secular perspective, like okay. And you take the the NOC, to be honest, that Bible to be an honest account. You trust it. They were invaders, the Canaanites were basically
indigenous people they living there.
They had a belief that they were pagans, their head, God was called Al. And people then we'll say that's kind of similar to the term that is used for God in modern Semitic languages and Judaism, Islam and songs of Allah or Allah, right. But they had maybe brought these partners in and worship other partners besides that was then we call the head God, when they put all the partners in no way. That's their religion, but they were Canaanites, they live in their Semitic peoples. So you had these quotes the Bible, you have these Israelites who came in invaded from the east, they actually went around the South went to the east, they began an invasion, and they were told to massacre
people, and not just kill the men and like, offer terms of surrender, no wipe out men, women and children even at once some places, oxen in the, and the cows or what have you, right? Yeah. So that's what that's their entrance into the land of Canaan. According to the Bible, which believe it or not, who kind of relies upon,
we'll look at the historical record,
ironically, who controlled Canon for hundreds of years prior to any recorded Israelite occupation by the archaeology. While it was the ancient Egyptians actually controlled Canaan, up until about 1200 BCE, then there was something called the Bronze Age collapse, where a bunch of civilizations in the region collapsed for all faced strife and turmoils. And then the ancient Egyptians kind of like, let Kenan go and let the regional rulers of Canaan just kind of who were previously vassals to demonstrate and take over.
And that's what happened. And then suddenly, it ran about 1200. So if there's any candidates that came today and said, we want to establish our state again.
Well, you see, the funny thing is, they're all Canaanites. Okay, we just don't coordinate anymore. I'll get to that. No spoilers. Okay. All right. So, what we see is that there is an early mention of something called
the The eBuddy of Everett, who was basically the Hebrews mentioned in an Egyptian, the
Egyptian steel, which is like a stone carving around about 1200 BCE. That's when they suddenly just pop into existence that we see then settlements, which were identifiably Israelite. Just pop into around East Palestine was as we're always talking about what you just saw. 1200 BC that's basically 3200 years ago. Yeah. Now, but you meant that you always said that they've got evidence for 3500 years. That's a strong out by 300. But I'm not going to hold him to that. I'm not going to be nitpicking.
It is a long time. But yeah, we said, yeah, he said
300 years what can happen in 300 years? Yeah, he was saying that he was not being you know, he's not being challenged on his face. Effectively. It True. A true boss, okay, I'm gonna be generous. No, I'm gonna be generous.
And so law the 300 years but but the we have the biblical count that says Dr. Ibrahim alayhis. Salam has a son Yaqoob has then son, Yousef. And this it was alleged that we will believe that he comes from all in sudden one day suddenly Iraq, he migrates over to Canaan, and then his children, then eventually, Jacob lives in Yusef lives in Egypt, and then has the sentence right. That's the origin of the tribes of Israel. Okay, so they're not Canaanites they will never call into the Bible. They never they never been kin. They will. They will just passing through and they multiplied in Egypt. Right. They settled in Egypt, they multiplied Okay, and then they invaded cannon. Okay. Okay.
According to biblical count, According to archaeological count if you don't want to use the Bible as a reference, surely secular that's just like
Like, settlements pop up in where we've Monday West Bank, basically, in about 1200.
Now, interestingly, and this would become useful interestingly, the name that would become Palestine comes from an Egyptian word called polished.
Or PR STS is mostly the consonants used to describe a people that were believed to be invaders into the land of warehouser is an a bit north of that called the Philistines. Right? They believed to be maybe people from Crete, and they invaded, they had like, feathers coming in for their hats, and
they bought pottery, which is typically Greek pottery. Anyway, so the interestingly, here's the funny thing, why I mentioned that, well, because the Israelites would call them invaders, even though these guys only came 50 years after the Israelites. So they just keep it these a bit later on, but they're invaders what then what you're invaders to you just came 50 years, you were, you know, ahead of them. But anyway, the reason why it's interesting is because the name for the land would then be used as Palestine, whether they where they come from and why do designers want to deny being called Palestine why they say must be called Israel? The land, the name of the actual land
itself has never been called Israel. Of course, even in the time of the kingdom, Israel. Yeah. Do you know why, and this is, this is one of these obvious truths that people don't realize is, the name of a land is different to the people who control it. So this is you call this England, land of the angles, right. But it's actually the Britannia, the name of the of the island is Britannia. But the area of the jurisdiction of a particular bunch of tribes of people are the this is land belongs to the angles, right? It's not the same thing. So the land of Canaan was called canon, by all the regional powers before the Israelites turned up. Then the next name that it was called, was by
Greeks and Romans, but most by integrates or auditors in around 500. Sorry, interesting century BC, who he names it by the people who are facing the coast, which are the Philistines with a nickname, so they call it Palestinian or Philistia, wherever, whatever pronunciation. So that became the second name for the actual land itself. But in terms of the the word Israel, Israel is the name of the tribe, will tribes and even in the in designers, literature, and in the Bible, it's called Eretz, Israel, land of the tribe of Israel, not Israel. You see, so this land belongs to the you had the Moabites, who was who was the land of the more bytes, the land or the Edomites. These were
tribes are all in the area. But they were living on cannon, the lands called cannon, but that jurisdictional area, their status is this land belongs to this tribe, that tribe, so the land has never been actually called Israel. Right. So one of the shocking facts that
people people forget. So that's, that's the history. Israelites were invaders.
And they, they, I'll tell you a second shocking fact. Right? So then they say, okay, so we were invaders. They might say, okay, all right. But we've been there so long now. It's been like, what? 3200 years. So like, so we own it now. Right? It belongs to us. Well, firstly, that also isn't true. Okay. In fact, the real historical facts will shock you. And it's not even, it's not even hard to find or controversial. Just think about okay, so let's say that we take the 1200 BCE as the date that we see the earliest archaeological evidence for Israelites 1200 BC fine.
At around seventh century BC, they got kicked out by the Babylonians, they go away for about 5060 years, 70 years and they come back.
But then around 70 ad of the
offset what we see as it should be called common error. The Romans that there's a massive uprising Romans basically decimate
Palestine and they many Jews are kicked out, they go out around the world they spread, there were falling revolts afterwards, and that led to more expulsions, most of them not really expulsions by Roman policy, but when the when the lands devastated burned to a crisp, literally.
There's no point staying anymore, you'll just your staff, you'll have to go around a lot. Okay, that's around 70 around 70. See, okay, so then let's make calculations
Okay, from 70 ce two to, let's say, the 19th century when you saw Jewish, Ashkenazi Jewish emigration Ashkenazi
Jews that live in Europe or settled in Europe, for example, you've got italki, which are Italian Jews, and you've got societies which are like Spanish Jews and you've got
Mizrahi Jews, which are our Arab Jews, basically. So they are the ones who are subjected to all kinds of racist attacks in Israel. But yeah, basically, there was a Yeah, that's a different discussion here because
it's like hierarchy of racism in Israel, basically. Anyway, so what you see is, all these, these these
Jews settled in multiple areas after the Roman devastations due to uprising.
But then if you do the calculations, from 1200 BCE to around 70, see, okay, so you're getting the ducting maybe 6070 years due to an exile. Right? You're you're pretty much getting roughly around 1200 years. Okay, well, that sounds pretty, pretty solid. But then from around 70 CE, two, to what, like in the 1900s Yeah, you'll get making concessions for subsequent revolts remaining Jews that were there, you get roughly them being in the land about without them being out of the land. 1700 years, they've spent more time The Ashkenazim Sephardi Mizrahi because Palestinian Jews that were there, outside the land and and save spend more, their ancestors have spent more time outside the
land than they ever spent inside the land in their entire ancestral history.
And that gives them more ownership, if anything that gives them that gives Ashkenazi Jews more ownership in Germany or more ownership in societies in Spain. And so foreigners, I mean, like, let's say, this country that we're living in now, I mean, every kid that goes to school knows that we you know, you had the
1066 Battle of Hastings and this kind of Norman view, you know, Asians invasions and stuff like that. William the Conqueror and all that kind of stuff, right? Have you how comical laughable? How much of a joke would it be if some French guy came on TV or something or some guy who, let's say, from the Scandinavian countries, and start saying, Look, we have ownership of because we've always been in this lab? We've been here before you guys were for example, or England as it was known before the Anglo Saxons, what was it? And then some, you know, groups come and start speaking about this? Yeah, it's, it's this conversation can only and will only be had with this particular issue.
And the reason why is because there's a historical clutching at straws here, I think. I mean, no one's having this discussion with the Native Americans. Okay, what if this discussion was normal? Alright, so let's talk about the fact that you have in Jordan Peterson's country, the First Nations, okay, they were there before the white man came along didn't wasn't one. So okay, let's talk about us having this open up a discussion about whether the white man should have come to Canada, and what kind of rights he has to come to Canada zone. It's laughable. And in fact, I mean, in fact, they invaded the land in a way and they they went against the trees, 1000 times, both the Americans and
so on, they have no authority. Really, they have no legitimacy to be there. No legitimacy whatsoever. Zero, they overtook the land by force. So let's just call a spade a spade. You know, this discussion is a smokescreen. This whole discussion is a red herring if you like, I think this what is going on, is the fact that they're talking about ancient history talking about a modern state is a smokescreen as a red herring is Netanyahu trying his best to appeal to the ancestral roots to the historical memories of Jewish people, for example, you know, of Christians and so on.
And for to try and evade the reality that this guy is a mass murderer. This guy's dropping bombs on apartment buildings. This guy is killing kids. This guy is taking women and children of that out of the house and sons go home, go to another country go to another country and arable. Look how big they are boulders. This is the kind of conversations we're having. But you see, smokescreen dirt might be these lies kill it. It's because of the claim that they're not colonialists, yes. That they're just coming back to get what's theirs. And so then that means by default, they're implying that the Palestinians are thieves and squatters. Yes, exactly. And, yeah, and any resistance they
offer is not only unjust, but could be a pretext to be met with force. I want to know though, if that's what it is, if we're talking about British common law and all that kind of thing. That being said, I think it was certainly one of his worst moments.
British common law and listen squatting in this kind of whatever the conversation you had, if that is a conversation we can have now can we open? The dasya? Historical dust dasya of
American white Americans being seeds and squats? Can we say now that the white American is essentially a thief and a squatter? That's what he is. Oh, certainly. And but what they'll say is what's done is done. Okay? He was, but he was even wrong about English law and common law. Anyway, he said he might muck it up. And indeed he did. So he said that if people submitted many minutes now who said that if, if you come to a land that's desolate, he's claiming Palestine was desolate? In the 19th century? Yeah. And you build it up and you develop it, it becomes yours. Yeah.
And so then Jordan Peterson, pushing back, just agreed and said, yeah, there's something in English law.
That, that, that allows you to something you could you could do something like that. If you think pound for pound Canada's probably one of the most derelict places in the world. Powerful. Yeah, of course. It's massive. Huge, and there's that. So to say it's a million people, 4 million people. It's like the population of Morocco. Well, people in Greenland should be scared now because they're gonna get invaded. Anytime anyone who could just say I am I've come I've made it. I made a McDonald's on your land. Now. I own it. Yeah. So anyway, so like the point. The point is that these are lies that kill the argument about ancestry ancestral presence there is it's a bad argument in
many, many, many ways. is historically it's a historical anyway.
They are he asked Benjamin Netanyahu argued that the Arabs were the colonialists. Okay. He said that they came to seventh century.
And they came and they kicked out the Jewish farmer,
which are blatant lies. I was. Sometimes you'll I mean, you expect lies from people, but to lie so brazenly by so and so easily? disprovable? Unbelievable. Isn't it is shocking, because we know that the standard policy of the Muslim expansions was never to disrupt the need for anyone living in any of these lands. It was Roman, the Roman controlling age and what else Sorry to cut you off. I gave Jordan Peterson a gift actually, right before we started that discussion. It wasn't come on the thing. But it was the preaching of Islam by Thomas Arnold Walker. And I told him before we started, I said, you know, this is an Orientalist writing this book, and this is an Orientalist in the say
19th century 18th 19th 20th century wherever it is, yeah, 100 years ago. And you know he's not affected by woke ism or liberalism's read it and see about the salmon expansionism. Because if you exactly the point you just made, you know is he makes this point on Thomas on his walker, that when when when the Muslims went into these countries where they went back into Jerusalem on top, for example, that they will not be forced to be converted, they will not kicked out of their lands or anything like that. This stuff is clear. Even in Orientalist literature, Jews were banned by the Romans from residing in Jerusalem.
From a prior revolt, Amara Dunham reverse that he led us back into Islam and also there was Jewish, some Jewish tribes in Arabia. He led them to be relocated to Yeti urea, which is Jericho in Palestine. So he actually brought on
the second Khalif of the of the of the Muslims of the province Asana brought brought was their second clip, he brought Jews into Palestine, let them go back let them come back into Palestine. So it wasn't under supposedly have a policy of let's bring Jews in. But it was the case showing that if they want to live there, let them live their lives. So most of them had we will kick out Jews. We brought us back as a lower this leads to the This leads to the second biggest lie of Benjamin Netanyahu is discussion which Jordan Peterson again just did not
push back on which is the Arabs or Arabic speak just because people in Palestine speak Arab and they're Arabs because you know, anyone that speaks Arabic is called an Arab that they only came in the seventh, sixth or seventh century is completely false. I mean, I mean, you can if you if you really don't want to take the history books word for it.
genetic tests will show anyone a Palestinian Lebanese, Judean Syrian, they have genetic connections to 4000 year old bodies Canaanite bodies and that was the founding. Well, that's one of the bombshells but but before I get into that one.
What happened was that
Palestine was mixed with non Jews since even the time of the Israelite invasions. There's always been non Jews amongst amongst
Jews well I say Israelites because they were other tribes of Israel as well. They've always had been mixed when due to the the revolts and what have you Romans clamp down. But even before that, during the Alexander invasion of exalted the quote unquote, the great, there was Greeks living amongst them or Greek speakers living amongst them. It was a mixed mix of Ephesus always has been mixed businesses amongst them. When the Romans occupied it, again, more cosmopolitan, more mix of people living there. So there's been a mix. Not all of them are going to be Israelite. And amongst the Israelites, not all of them are Jewish. So from that, there are people then when the Romans came,
when the Romans became Christian, many Jews became Christian. Okay. And then from those who then became Christian by the sentence, when Islam came, they became Muslim. There were still there were still Jews converting to Islam, even recorded until even the 19th century, and the Ottomans noticed it, there were people not under any compulsion, it was hoped, in villages that were left basically autonomously. And then one family will convert to Islam, and then they'd start a chain reaction of conversions.
You'd also get people who were,
who were non Jews, but what Israelite Samaritans which are, which are the remains of the remaining 10 tribes of Israel, whereas Jews are mixed of the last of two tribes, but mostly the Judean tribe or tribal Judea, Judah, basically,
there will be called Jews, but you had Samaritans who convert to Islam, those that stayed behind and didn't convert to Islam, and didn't what didn't didn't accept the tribe of Judah as authority, and, and kept their own Torah, which is a different version to the Torah, the Jewish Torah. So this was all going on. in Palestine, it's a mix. Many Jews became Muslim. And then when they became Muslim, they were speaking Arabic. They just caught Arabs. Right. And then when, obviously, when the British took over Palestine, they encountered a mixed people had a mixed heritage all over the place. But Palestine is a crossroads. There's been people intermixing all the time.
I was just showing you some areas of this intermixing they mentioned or there was a famous activist person activist things called moolah court.
And her brother. Yeah. So
they said that their name is Kurdish right that they could they're not they're not sure that yeah, they Zionist argued scientists argued that not real Palestinians really the Kurds, right that the typical Kurds.
Well, that may be a Kurdish person came over into married the locals, but when you intermarry, the locals, you become one of the locals, you know, you don't, but your name might stay behind. But even then, even if they were Kurdish, just to show you how intermixed The Middle East is right? For anyone who's watching this from the west and just doesn't know what the middle is about right into Middle East is mixed always has been. When Kurdish DNA was investigated, they discovered a high degree of Israelite DNA. Why? Because when the kingdom of Israel split into two factions, you had the North factions called itself Israel, which is confusing.
But they were called the nicknamed the kingdom of Samaria. And then the South was Judah. Right? There's North got destroyed by the Assyrians, and the people were taken into captivity by the Assyrians, which is where the Kurds are today. That's where the Empire is. Right? And again, they intermixed.
These people then just became Kurds or just well, Kurds, eventually, and so many Kurds are Israelite in their ancestry. So technically speaking, what occurred is just coming back home if you're sick because of the intimate that but that's the thing. That's the intermixing. If you look at the DNA tests, okay, now Now going back to DNA test, yeah, there was DNA. There's multiple studies done on on Ashkenazi Jews, Mizrahi Jews, Arab Jews,
Palestinians, Lebanese and so on. And then they notice things which I think everyone common sense will tell you, which is Palestinians. Lebanese Mizrahi Jews have much more in common then Ashkenazi Jews. They because No, I'm not saying Ashkenazi Jews don't have any connection to their but they've intermarried with Italians with Germans for centuries. Yes. Okay. In some cases there. They only that DNA is in one study was only 50% from the Levant, whereas the average Palestinian might 72% from a weight percent from the Levant.
They did studies on they found old bodies of Canaanites from 4000 years old.
Not Not, not 3200 or 3500, Benjamin Netanyahu 4000 years, again, about eight and a percent match to Canaanites, Palestinians Lebanese. Yeah. Because everyone's been into marrying in that region for centuries. I mean, so it's just you might have like, foreigners come in and intermarry, the locals, but then their children, their children, their children tools become pretty much part of that's the futility of making a genetic argument. Almost. I mean, that's what it is our people, what do you mean by God, tell them who they are, believe in a certain religion, because obviously Judaism, like what is a Jew, a Jew is an ethnic religious group. So you've got the religious component, but you
also got the ethnic component. But it seems to me like when they talk about Jews, especially in the political context, they asked him about the ethnic Jew, they are speaking about the Judas doesn't matter what he believes or what she would do, especially someone like Netanyahu, who is openly like, you know, a pro LGBTQ or whatever, things that would go against the Old Testament corpus anyway. But I will say something naughty, further shocking. It's about current data is really law and the right to the right to return. Okay. Yes. So the point I'm going to talk about ancestry, which you might say is like, what's the point about him because he went on about ancestry? Yes. Binyamin Netanyahu
went on and on my ancestral rights, my sister, right, okay. Well, firstly, if the vast majority, majority of Jews in the world Ashkenazi Jews in Germany or italki, him returning Jews, right? Study after study has shown that they're pretty much as much German and as much
Italian as they are Jewish, as they are, from the Levant from a sham from from that area, genetically speaking. So they could claim they can make an equal genetic or an ancestral claim to Germany or Italy as they could anywhere else. Yeah, so then why? Why does that give Ashkenazim Oh, tell Kim more right, then the Palestinian, whose ancestor answers have mostly been in that same region for longer point in time, and will probably choose me then. But Jewish Jews had Jewish identity in themselves. That's one point. But the ancestry argument is a lot of it is based on my ancestors own the land, therefore I buy I inherited. That's the whole point of the argument he was
bringing on. And it's just ridiculous. It's like the Anglo Saxons in England or the English people saying they've only been here for wasps, the king roughly roughly around 6789 centuries. So let's just say let's just say 1300 years ish, them saying, Hey, we come from Germany originally. So we have a right not only to go back to Germany, and get citizenship, but we have a right to create our nation state and make the Germans the minority in some way. Right, that we have a privilege of reference. That is an embarrassing, so one thing I will say is that, obviously Israel itself, almost all organizations, apart from obviously, the pro Zionist ones, have labeled it as an apartheid
The reason why it's an apartheid regime is because of its racist, you know, treatment of say, for example, Arabs, can you tell us something about that? Oh, yeah. Well, I mean, when they mentioned that they they look into ancestry rights, they're not really serious about that, is because they have a law about the right to return. Yeah. But it's not the right to return to everyone that's ever had any ancestry in that land, because there are many, you know, said many Arabs or Palestinians or whoever, who have Canaanite ancestry, that never give them citizenship, but they have at the law specifies that not only can Jews claim a right to return, but
but only on condition, that those Jews basically have not converted to another religion. So a Jewish person of Jewish ancestry on both sides of the family, my mother and father
converts to Islam or Christianity, they will not be able to claim the right to return to the land of Palestine. Wow, even though their ancestry hasn't changed. It doesn't change because you convert a different religion. But if you're an atheist, or if you're a Jewish Jew, then that's fine, then your ancestry somehow matters now, well, so this just shows you that they don't really care about ancestry. Exactly. It's about the supremacy of a particular identity. And what most people forget is that the, the kind of the major, the main Zionist movement that was successful when getting
getting the beginning of, of the of the Israeli project project took to incept Israel. Were not actually religious Jews, the vast majority of them. Ben Gurion himself were atheist socialists, right. They were
nationalists and socialists, and they believed in Jewish nationalism, where they felt that only we're having a a national state for Jews, could they implement a socialist system for the Jewish people, and that's what they didn't believe in religion. To them. It was just a kind of a romantic historical land that they that was useful, but feel to Hutsul the, one of the main advocates of political Zionism are the one who really kind of got the ball rolling seriously. He actually was even, he didn't even care so much. If it was even Palestine, they get the maybe several maybe if we get Argentina, but it was actually
one of the African countries that was trim Wiseman.
Sorry, Uganda was oh, Uganda was what was one option, but it wasn't as serious as Argentina was actually a series. Yeah. To the point that hurts or didn't know whether he would pick Argentina or Palestine because he felt that Argentina had more arable land, it was much more
good for growing things and living there, whereas Palestine was more arid. So yes, she preferred Palestine. He even argued, me mentioned that Jews don't speak Hebrew anymore. But majority so it didn't really, it didn't even care whether they spoke Hebrew, whether they lived in Argentina, he wanted a national state for Jews, because of where it was going to be. And I remember reading the letters that Jim Wiseman wrote back and forth as Uganda option. And he was like, You know what, it's not this is not our
homeland, or whatever it is. And there was this discussion this right before the Balfour Declaration, actually. So it's it's a very interesting part of history. And if you look at it from a secular perspective, I don't see any justification of this stuff ever being even plausible. I mean, what once again, it's as if they're living in alternate reality, but it's being entertained by the likes of Jordan Peterson, unfortunately.
Now, I was gonna ask about this. One, I would say one of the thrusts of main central, the crux of his argument, really, which is that, you know, Palestine was desolate was derelict. And these Arabs were not doing anything with it, quote, unquote. Therefore, the Jewish man needed to come in, for example, Jesus is coming
to make something of the land as Jordan Peterson, I think, said what do you think of this? Well, the claim that you know, Mark Twain, and he mentioned he was apathetic, they came in and they described Palestine as desolate. Well, what they don't mention is the Mark Twain went to Syria and Lebanon and Greece and said the same thing. desolate, empty, barren, alright, because there's a lot of areas that are basically desert to Canada, will he say he had pretty much
but what they don't tell you is that many of these wide these Christian American minimum American Christians were very interested in going to Palestine, there's a lot of interest was because of their messianic belief that the Jews would return back to Palestine before the advent of Christ. So to hasten the return of Jesus, you know, maybe encourage things along, bring us back so that they were the it was Christian Zionists, who in a way, were the first
highly vocal Zionist in the West, and they weren't Jews. And they were the ones who kind of who coining phrases like a land without people, for people without a land. They were trying to encourage it. So they were going there just saying, yeah, it's all barren, it's empty, because there's massive deserts. I mean, the Negev desert in Palestine is pretty barren. Now, you know, that mean, now that they would accept Arabs coming back into the world they would. So just by sitting there as barren areas, doesn't really change anything. They say that they came in undeveloped land, that Palestine has been being developed and reconstructed with zip codes, built and expanded over centuries and
centuries and centuries. There was development projects done, yeah. Well, you know, they had the Hejaz railway, which is definitely linked Arabia all the way, you know, going up to Syria go and, you know, venture to Constantinople, going through Palestine, that they had, they were kind of had trade routes via the ports and Palestine, exporting fruits. Pass on was no four fruits actually fruit exports.
Also, it is actually dates, yes, of course, of course, oranges and things like this. So it had had all these different arable products that was produced. So it had development had farming lands. There was about the call to Ottoman censuses, there was about at least half a million people there that people said that that was underpopulated compared to before, but the thing is that people in the land of Palestine has fluctuated
Did for centuries and centuries it's got it's become quite heavily populated than
usual argument. It's weird argument like it wouldn't mind being kicked out of their homes and their land because there's an empty areas slot Okay, so once again the Canada argument or even the Russia argument or Greenland, as you mentioned, you know, I mean, this is it's this is the level of argumentation. It's ridiculous that the Ottomans were were modernizing the land before the British came in and occupied it. So then, a Benjamin doesn't use argument about his apartment, but it's equivalent of he owned an apartment, or his grandfather Department got kicked out and got taken over by people who didn't get kicked out pretty quickly. And then it was left with a mess. Then he came
back to the apartment and rebuilt it renovated now it's his No, to if I was to use analogy accurately, it's someone who kicked someone else out the apartment, stayed there for a bit, got kicked out or left a left because things weren't working out there. What have you spent, got another home, spent most of their life in that or the home the vast majority of their life and the other home? And then felt like, hey, I want to come back for I want to have a I want to come back to that apartment at some point. And even then, it's not it's a cousin and cousin or cousin cousin cousin of ours. I want to come back to that apartment. I want my answers you wants to cover at some point. And
I'll kick out everybody that I don't like in there. And
and then the argument
and you know, when we renovated it?
I know I know. I know. Absolutely. Imagine you know what heads of state, you know, imagine someone right? stole your car, right? They stole your car. And then they finish it. The police found it. But he puts extra rims on it says it's my car now. Judge. It's my car. I put rims.
I got fluffy dice on the
on the wing on the movie mirror. It's mine now. Like, everyone, that's still something that does something with what they still know if they tend to keep it. Yeah, it's true. It's like, you know,
Steelers keepers went to MIT is his father was meant to be actually a historian. He's by the way guess what his specialism was? Especially when was
Jewish history in the golden age of URI, his father's and obviously that was the Islamic, the Islamic period. Explain. So he knows all about Islamic coexistence, competency and all those kinds of things. Well, I said they were Palestinian Jews, that were politicians who are Jewish, and as well as Samaritans were Christians and Muslims, all living there in Palestine. When the first migrations came, the first migrations came into Palestine, and the Ottoman period. They let they let it but then there was there was so much influx, but they tried, they said we will have some restrictions, because you just can't have unrestricted migration into any territory. And then when
the British came there most they made a deal with the British say, we want to create a homeland, which Britain kind of gave because it was hoping to use Jewish influence in the United States of America to get them involved in World War One to help them join one on one in sight of sort of the British kind of allies and so on, so forth. So
even though funnily enough, the British had promised it to Sharif Hussein, right? The sheaf of in Hejaz, who they said that if you help us, we'll give you a sham. We'll give you the whole area. They made the first promise to him. Of course, they broke that. And then they made the Balfour Declaration. Even though technically speaking, the first promise is still binding. Yeah, so people try the software often cite the Balfour Declaration gives them official sanction. That's false. I mean, this was what authority did they have to deal with these lands anyway? I mean, I promise you this land that's not mine. And I promise you that land, that's not a thing. And the thing is, like,
this is not this is demeaning, that this you're operating on the land is historically humiliating, that you didn't even conquer that you require another great power to conquer on your behalf. So I'm going to bring my dad to, to deal with you like, you know, my neighbors dad
came over and
so that those were lies.
The other lie that he mentioned,
it was quite significant. Is that was that the issue? The issue is there's two issues here. One is
who's whose state is implemented in
Palestine, under which ethnicity is privileged? Yeah. Okay. So if you want to argue that you have a state that is equal to all races, or ethnicities of all religions or whatever,
that will be one thing. But to say it must be a Jewish nation state, not a state of not a state of cannon, the Canaanite state Yeah, but any kid that is welcome. Yeah, who lives in that land? Anyone who has any ancestry have some point to some they can live there as equal citizens? No, they have racial laws that say only one type of ethnicity has the right to return, no matter how much they looted
any love and time connection and connection to love and their from even if they're more German than they are? Jewish, or from the Levant or they're more Italian than doesn't matter if they've got some identity or or even even if you have no or ancestry to Palestine, if you actually convert to Judaism, which takes some time. But what, what if you convert to Judaism, you can then claim a right of return to Palestine,
under Israeli laws, so they don't care about even her heritage, they care about
identity. So anyway, so the other major lie that Benjamin Netanyahu said and Jordan Peterson did not challenge him
was the Nakba was the catastrophe that happened to the Palestinians. And that was one where he the argument is, and here's a typical designers trope, they say that, so the Palestinians were living with the, with the Jewish migrants that there ever was, and they ever wanted to live in peace, and if so, and so forth. But then the Arab armies came in, and they told the Palestinians, you you have to, you know, leave. So and then you can go back to your houses after we finished defeating
the Jews and driving them into the sea quote, unquote, that's what they'd like to cite that.
That's just not true.
So basically, long story short, Palestine was a bit of a hot potato for Britain. They wanted to extricate themselves from it, it was taking up resources. There were many Jewish organizations that were engaged in active terrorism against the British because the British tried to the British realized that they shouldn't, that they should not give Palestine to one to make it a state based on one ethnicity, right? Or give with ethnic privilege. So they said, Okay, look, we were when we met homeland, for the Jews, we just made a place for you to go, but it will be like an equal state for everybody. And the Zionist didn't want that and they wanted and they wanted to restrict immigration,
because okay, you know, there's complaints about the about unfit immigration. So we'll listen to the Palestinian concerns. And we'll we'll limit the immigration amounts to reasonable levels. Designers were an operon that started a terror campaigns, hotels were bombed King David Hotel, ships were bombed a ship carrying Jewish migrants that were kind of prevented from docking was bombed by Zionist organization to make a point, right?
People don't talk about that, why people don't talk about that sort of Jews will being killed by these Zionist terrorists, just to make a point about preventing Jewish migration
and kill as well, right. I mean, that's what I realized British diplomats and so on. But um, but but the great tragedy is not just politics, not politicians. It's the men, women and children, wherever they are Arab or Jew, who were killed, and they were not involving themselves in fighting. And any of this kind of those terrorist organizations later became depart, pick the Likud party, basically, they were absorbed into that party. Yeah, they became that eventually right wing. So the air goon in Lehi, eventually would would form the right wing parties in a record with basically their descendants, which is recognized as, as illegitimate, a legal party. Imagine if, for example, Sama
Bin Laden, you know, he had
done what he'd done, or whatever the some kind of seven, seven terrorists or whoever maybe, and then afterwards, they established the political party and the predecessors also the subsequent leaders of that political party. Come and now speaking freely and talking about justice and all these kinds of things. I mean, it wouldn't be acceptable at all this absolutely inconceivable, but the fact that this is allowed for for Israel, and that this is normal, this guy can come with a suit and speak about his he calls it adventures. He adventures. You know, he's military campaigns and civilians and all these guys have his premiership that he can do that. it beggars belief
If I think you know, well, I mean, look,
Benjamin, no matter who is a politician, he knows Israeli history, the history of Israeli government, whether it was done, he blatantly lied with something that is like GCSE or a low. Was it a secondary school or lower high school, whatever country you're in?
incorrect fact. It's not fact. He said he said that the Israeli state declared independence. And then the all the Arab regimes invaded. And that's when the Palestinians were getting kicked out. They weren't kicked out before then. Yeah, that's a lie. When the United Nations adopted the resolution of a partition of Palestine, a partition, which, by the way, the Zionists,
they said they accepted, but then they started to conquer the areas that was given by the UN to palette to the Palestinians.
So this is a 19 1940s 47. On November, the UN declaration is made
Zionist kind of armed groups there he goes on all those calls, investigations start violence on the ground. And that begins, what would become the clearing operations by the huggin are the main Israeli Defense Force of Arab villages. Now, they were told by my banker and said that you can't that at this time, the Jews were not the majority in Palestine. And Ben Gurion expressed concern that you can't have a viable Jewish state, even if the Jews were just 60% of the population. Right? It's still not viable because they're 40% Arab, they could and maybe they get
Ben Gurion. So Ben Gurion is was the first Premier of Israel and the leader, the Zionist kind of movement and party, a party is that were in controlling the Zionist movement before they became a government. So
he basically expressed that, that he what he had hoped, what they'd hoped is the world expected.
We're looking at them and they couldn't say, we're going to make it a
national ethno state. Yeah, for only one ethnic group. They had to give us talk about democracy as after World War Two. So they said, Okay, we believe in democracy, and yeah, we want everyone to have equal rights, citizenship. So what they were hoping was that they would get enough Jewish immigration into Palestine, so that Jews become such a majority, that you can have a free democracy. But it will be a Jewish state a Jewish privilege in Jewish language, Jewish identity, because they will be the majority.
And no one could have approached it, but they could say we're a fair equal state. Everyone's equal citizenship. We're just the majority Jewish. So that's gonna, of course the state's gonna be, you know, have more Jewish character, but that's just democracy. Right. But at that point in time, there wasn't they didn't have enough numbers.
So they implemented a policy called plan Dalat, which was
policy given to all the military commanders that they when they would go, they would basically spread the military force out to all the areas that the UN designate would be would be a partition to the Jewish state and beyond into the bills given to the Palestine state to get as much of Palestine as possible, as quickly as possible. And any village they any Arab British they encountered.
If they offered resistance, so should you fight them? If they don't offer resistance still? Consider whether they are in a strategic location if they are, removed them. Iliyan puppies, we expose that great details. Yet he doesn't he looks at declassified military files, which is, which shows records written by Israeli military commanders on the ground, right. By the way, this is always so before the State of Israel declared independence or even scheppers What made the first nine four years
1940 48. So there's now 47, that's when it begins.
And so they are clearing Palestinians, they kick out Palestinians or begin clearing operations. They kick up hundreds of 1000s of Palestinians, before any Arab regime expresses any interest in even any any issue. It was actually because of the those massacres occurring. There was villages being burned down there with refugees, refugees being created, which were going into Arabic countries, then surrounding ones. That's when they expressed concern. They demand the UN act. They said if they don't we have to come to rescue all our brothers and sisters. were being persecuted and being kicked out because they're being kicked out already. It's already happening. And you know, the Arab League
actually, the ultimatum it made. It wasn't for Jews to leave. It wasn't to be kicked out into the sea. They said
if it'll make it a one host
They not a partition state, make it one whole state. No one has to leave just no more immigration, just make it right. Right, press this stop on. Here's a new state, one whole state, everyone who's that currently stays there and will be citizens on an equal free democracy. That was the Arab League proposition. Yes. I just don't like talk about that. But it's official. They said they proposed it as a solution. But no, because why? Because then Zionists knew that they wouldn't be a majority in that state. And they couldn't get their ethno state with with ethnic privilege. You see, and this was the of course they, they didn't want that. And of course, then the Arab Arab League, they they
either watch the Palestine is being brutalized and massacred or women getting shot, raped. These things are documented by Israeli commanders, which were declassified and written by about by em pap, who is a Jewish Israeli historian who wrote about this and scientists columns because these are declassified documents. You can't argue he's a Palestinian forgeries they were declassified by the Israeli state in their own archives. So these, this clearing operation continues until May 1948. And approximately about 700,000 pallets and Arabs are evicted from from their homes, either they reside in the West Bank, Gaza, or in Syria, Jordan, Egypt, and so on surrounding Lebanon. So that's what
happened before the State of Israel is declared independent, and what have you. So Benjamin Netanyahu actually lied. The clearing operations are kicking the the Civil War, the Palestinian civil war started long before the Arab states were intervening. And they only wanted to intervene to stop these these things from happening. And they made it they their proposition to resolve the conflict was no partition, make it one unitary state, Arabs, Jews live together under a fair and equal democracy. That was their proposition. No error will just get kicked out to the sea. No. Yeah, that came from I think, some some fringe personality in the Muslim world making some rhetoric. But
the Arab League's official position is offered solution was let's have a unitary state, one state, everyone equal that was not accepted by the Zionists because then they would they lose as the ethnic privilege. They wouldn't get the Jewish nation state that design is Zeinab is all about. Zionism isn't about Jews, just living in Palestine. It's about Jews getting a privileged rulership over Palestine against other ethnicities. That's why they have racial laws that say, only certain types of people or certain types of identity can claim a right to return to to Palestine, but not Arabs who can who can track their ancestry there for centuries and centuries, centuries? No, you don't get
a right to return back to the country. So if Benjamin Netanyahu talks about justice, why didn't Jordan Peterson call him out from this, which is really basic, I mean, at least read Ilan Pappe, maybe even any book by his would have thought would have. Norman Finkelstein would have equipped Jordan Peterson with the knowledge to basically deal with this. And so I think that was a big issue. You've summarized it quite well. And I thank you for that. And people can watch your five hour debate with the head of them with Joseph Cohan as a Zionist lobby or whatever he is, whatever his position is, but you've done these debates quite regularly and Hamdulillah. If you've really
summarized this very well, I'm sure Jordan Peterson has watched at least a part of this video. I'm hoping that he watched it. So you can give him more information about about these things. Because
the thing is this, this is not some academic, harmless academic discourse that people can should have. This is about people living and dying right now being persecuted. So this is an important discussion, not an academic discussion for people in some high tower University somewhere. This is something that affects people's lives. I mean, the West Bank, people are living in a behind walls behind barbed wire, all the characteristics of Gulags that Jordan Peterson like to decry socialists as threatening to, to call for to bring in Canada and United Sates America.
You know, the apartheid system that exists in in Palestine currently. I mean, sure. There's 20%, the 20% population of, of Israel Israeli Arabs, yeah, but not being a part. There's no point attack against them. Because 20% is a controllable population. In a democracy, it allows you to give a facade of democracy, a free democracy because there's a small number and also they make good cheap laborers, which, you know, any society, like the ancient world needs to slave cost to do that cheap labor for them.
that's useful. But if you took down all the barriers in the West Bank was the West Bank, Israel doesn't formally annex it. Why? Because then you'd have to give equal citizenship to all the Palestinians living there. And in Gaza, if you were to if you were to make it, you know, what if Israel
was recognized all the lands it took over as formally part of Israel, it would have to give equal citizenship to everyone there. It wouldn't do so why? Because if the walls of Gaza were taken down, if the walls in West Bank around area A and B, whatever were taken down, and everyone was given equal citizenship, there would be 5050. You Jews and Palestinian Arabs, and that wouldn't make for a Jewish ethno state. So the Zionists don't want to give the Palestinians equal citizenship, but they don't want to let them have they have complete independence because they want to control that land. So they live in this apartheid limbo, of not a citizen of of Israel, but at the same time, not fully
independent state themselves. And they confined to dare I say ghettos like the Warsaw Ghetto, except this has bigger walls than the Warsaw Ghetto Ghetto that was in World War Two reference. So that's the situation that's happening in Palestine. It's a serious situation. I think that if Ben Shapiro or Benjamin Netanyahu any other Zionist had the courage of their convictions, they should face us in public debate and discussion issues a fair time for each side, you know, protected time no one will speak over each other moderates and everything like this, but they are truly think they are Jonathas time. Yeah, if they truly think they are just engage us in public debate. We're not afraid.
Absolutely. So what's the excuse? I don't think they have won. And if they if they do justice, I think now the reason why they are doing so. I've made many videos about Ben Shapiro and his very famous videos, hundreds of 1000s I'm sure you've seen them. And I've already spoken to his college, Jordan Peterson twice. He knows who I am. He knows who we are. He's seen this video, or at least parts of it. And if it's a no then you know, you're punching a punching bag. You know, the heavy bag, the Korean boxing you the heavy bag doesn't punch back when Netanyahu can speak and he can make all these ridiculous claims. And it goes on checks and he thinks he's, you know, that's not what a
punch. There's no Jordan pieces don't want to you know how to be able to Canadian psychiatrists aren't really going to offer you much of resistance, lots of pushback, despite what they might promise they're gonna they're gonna do and so this is this is where it is. If you if you're men, if you're true if you're really men, that's in your whole. Shapiro and Cohen, this if you're real men, yeah. Then why don't you face us? I mean, this is exactly what yeah, we're waiting, you know, we're waiting for the second location. Okay, central location. You know, I will say that except for I wouldn't do it in in, in so called Israel. And the reason why is because we have to feel for our
safety as well, brother, you know, the lessons because we know the story of Muslims going into that place, and being roughed up by the people. So it has to be in the West somewhere. We'll be there. You know, this helium voice and video of Ben Shapiro, you know, and Netanyahu to on to, you know, I don't know, you know, and listen, Yahoo. You know, let's see if he's, if he's talking about adventures and being a big man and the sun analogy is now 70 years old or 78 years old. But you know, what I make I make the the invitation open to all designers, so if you want to, but they have to have some level you know, you'll know you know, any scientists that pretend to be have any
the basics, you just have to vet these guys and see what the levels are probably literally now but but what I mean, what I'd say is that if you if they pretend any repute
then if they are a advocate for design ism and they are basically confident about it, and engage us what we'll do have a fair platform engage us because we'll call out that it will call out lies that are typically mentioned, just like Benjamin Netanyahu said that in the he's interviewed Jordan Peterson you know, Israel was attacked in the Six Day War. And you know, after the after they they you know, prayed Israel, they were attacked in the Six Day War and they forget that the 1957 swears crisis they attack Egypt without provocation and in a six day war they there wasn't Egyptian army going into Israel it was Israeli army going into Sinai attacking Egypt and on there too. So the lie
upon lie so if you do have the courage of your conviction, they don't then face us Please Please face us maybe you will need to take a few tablets before I'm on drugs or something do as necessary because now gonna lose face in the community. And at the very least we can show the palette we can we can show the world the true face of of
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