Jocko and I discuss recent developments in Israel
Just finished listening. As usual, required listening. But first, Fear and Loathing in the New Jerusalem
Beating Israel through the womb and make foreign cities look safer then Israel is a brutal way to win. I guess how else can ya win, but if winning means raping and killing kids. This is just an ugly situation man.
Started Fear and Loathing for the AT LEAST the sixth time Monday! Thanks DC!
fuck, yes. I love these episodes
Been waiting for this. Can’t wait to listen.
Thank you for such a thoughtful discussion. Appreciate the level headedness.
Awesome! I'm so glad you two linked up again , finally!
It’s about damn time!!! Love it when you and Jocko get together. You sure you guys weren’t fighting? 🤣
Thank you Darryl. You have been amazing on Twitter by the way. Peace and love to you sir. Xxx
Listening now - you two make an excellent podcast.
I've been jonesing for a new episode! Thank you so much.
Listening is like a installing system update for my thinking. The information landscape we live in is such a mess.
I appreciated all of it but especially the part about how legitimate historical grievances become irrelevant (at least temporarily) in the human mind in the face of such savagery. It’s an important point.
On another note, I’m still thinking through how you distinguished the killing of innocents from conventional military action vs. hand-to-hand action. What I’m struggling with is that the conventional military, which has technological superiority, has the option of the bomb drop, while the less technologically capable party does not have that “luxury”, so your logic almost seems to confine less technologically capable groups to the category of savages in the context of war, and it seems to grant a pass to technologically-capable militaries. Just because the conventional military members get to distance themselves from the atrocities they’re committing, it makes them more humane? I suppose it comes down to the fact that the conventional military can always argue, “well, I didn’t want to kill the innocents, they just happened to be there when I dropped the bomb” whereas the hand-to-hand killer clearly intended the killing of the innocent. But if I were on the receiving end of the conventional military action and had my innocent loved one killed by a bomb drop, I probably wouldn’t be so understanding of such rationalizations and would probably feel just as wronged as the person who had their innocent loved one killed by a savage hand-to hand action.
You are very correct. People in this country think they know what hate is. They have no idea. So many kids in the world are raised with hate like we can't even understand.
Hamas attack was triggered by plan to demolish famous Al-Aqsa in order to build "third temple" -- hence the name of the jailbreak "Al-Aqsa Flood":
Extremist Politics in Israel and Ukraine - Alastair Crooke, Alexander Mercouris and Glenn Diesen
https://rumble.com/v3okn3w-extremist-politics-in-israel-and-ukraine-alastair-crooke-alexander-mercouri.html Oct. 11, 2023 – VERY good
‘Al-Aqsa Flood’: The surprise is that some are surprised -- The cry for Al-Aqsa resonated across the entire Islamic sphere. Why did the West not get it? -- Oct. 8, 2023
Israel-Palestine War: US Faces Catastrophe in Middle East! -- Oct. 12, 2023
Why Is The West Supporting Israel Over Palestine? | Understanding The Art Of Propaganda
Armageddon update - preview -- Oct. 11 - https://rumble.com/v3omjt9-menu-armageddon-update.html
https://rumble.com/v3olmdv-war-crimes-moats-with-george-galloway-ep-281.html -- VERY good
pretty disappointing. slowly grinding millions of people down with a military occupation that restricts medication, supplies of all kinds while encouraging more and more settlements and condoning violence against the people already living there isn't as bad because the guy doing it is fun to have a bbq with on the weekends? bombing apartment buildings is the way civilized people do things? I think most Nazis probably made pretty ok neighbors too. Didn't stop the Jews from tracking them down in Argentina and then hanging them. the banality of evil isn't a big deal anymore? when you treat people like animals you shouldn't be shocked when they act like animals. Were Native Americans animals when they scalped people and cut off genitals and fed them to the American settlers? We called them savages then too but looking back without all of the emotion of the moment do we really blame them? They were angry and desperate.