"Everyone has their price. What's surprising is...how low it is" -- Napoleon

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Our society does not have an antisemitism crisis. It doesn’t have a crisis of far left radicalism, Islamist extremism, support for terrorism, or fomenting of dissent by foreign powers.

Our society has a moral crisis. A cruelty crisis. An imperialism crisis. A militarism crisis. A propaganda crisis. An insincerity crisis. A stupidity crisis. An obedience crisis.

We put together a short reel of some of the people who are fighting the genocide in Gaza.

It shows that they come from every walk of life – military, artists, college students, community people, even a US Senator.

Unfortunately, the news media, mainstream and so-called alternative, seems to only show shrill people screaming and waving “Free Palestine” signs.

The resistance to the atrocity is much broader and is being fought in many different places and in many different ways.

During the summer of protests that followed the Minneapolis police murder of George Floyd in May 2020, journalists and readers alike began taking a hard look at how much news reporting relied on police sources. In particular, the standard use of “police said” articles—where the main or only source of information came from law enforcement—was leading the media to publish information that was outright wrong.

The Grayzone's Max Blumenthal and Aaron Mate discuss the meltdown by Alex Karp, the CEO of the private spying firm, Palantir, at a recent DC gathering of spooks, over the wave of student protests against the US-backed destruction of Gaza.

Top Jewish mob moguls bribed NYC mayor to crush anti-Jewish mob backed war crimes encampments MikeRivero

Pro-Palestinian students and activists face police officers after protesters were evicted from the library on campus earlier in the day at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon on May 2, 2024 (Photo credit: AFP via Getty Images)

Joe Olson, Chris Weinert, and I discuss current events to sharply discern objective reality fit for news from corporate media bullshit to herd sheeple: here on BitChute and (censored on YouTube).

 

Topics and stories informing analysis of today’s news:

 

1. Israel’s Orwellian-illegal ongoing War of Aggression on Gaza + Ukraine/WW3:

Administrators with the University of Texas at San Antonio filmed themselves telling student protesters that under an executive order signed by Governor Greg Abbott they'll be reported to law enforcement for criminal "antisemitic" speech if they chant "From the River to the Sea."

Gov. Abbott, a Republican, signed an Executive Order in March to require "all higher education institutions in Texas" to "review their free speech policies" to "establish appropriate punishments for antisemitic rhetoric."

The protests also marked the 76th anniversary of the mass expulsion of more than 700,000 Palestinians by Zionists upon the establishment of the Israeli regime in 1948. 

Palestinians refer to the tragic event, which falls on May 15 each year, as the Nakba, Arabic for catastrophe. 

Protesters in the United States rallied to commemorate the Nakba and call for an end to Israel’s war on Gaza.

NY police grab protesters 

Facing a severe crisis in the number of Ukrainians willing to fight, the regime in Kiev has resorted to press-ganging people who would normally be considered unfit for military service.

Under the auspices of Ukraine's new mobilization bill, convicted criminals who committed crimes deemed not serious by Kiev are now eligible to fight on the front lines.

Watching the watchdogs: How US media weaponised campus protests coverage MikeRivero

A great, novel experiment in political physics is under way in the United States, as the unstoppable moral force of youth-led protests against Israel’s genocidal war in Gaza runs into the immovable object of the American power elite’s support for it.