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What’s Really Happening In Jerusalem w/ Robert Inlakesh

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4 Replies to “What’s Really Happening In Jerusalem w/ Robert Inlakesh

  1. Hi Ryan,

    I very much enjoy your work and donated to you through patreon in the past & sent you a donation in March.
    Would you kindly give me Robert Inlakesh’s details so that I can do the same for him?

    Thank you & Best regards.


  2. Israel/Palestine




  3. Buy Olive Oil from Palestine. It is hard to find in a grocery store but if you have the means to import it. Or have local businesses that do. Make sure you buy it. Some of their trees are over 1000 years old. it’s great olive oil it’s a shame it doesn’t make it into big grocery stores.

  4. u.s. isn’t giving the u.s. to native americans.
    200 years they built the country.
    israel isn’t going to ‘give up’ palestine.
    the u.n. mandate is just more legitimization of the ‘u.n.’ itself a globalist conspiracy of a supra-national corproate anti-democratic institution.
    israel doens’t get legitimacy from the u.n.

    in substance the very existence of the ‘state’ is not legitimizeable.
    it is simply a fact of anarchic nature of mankind.

    the fact that people continue to hate themselves due to false victim narratives is ridiculous.
    people can get along if they try.

    democracy is a method, a tool. the ‘mob’ doesn’t make anything legitimate just because of its existence. democracy is a tool to restrain minorities from taking over the government. a constitution is there to prevent majorities and mob’s from simply taking everything they want from all minorities.

    these are all tools, not sources of ‘legitimacy’ in any ethical sense, they are just useful things.

    before the british, the turkish-ottomans were in charge, not the arabs, you have to go farther back in time for an arabic soveriegn in charge.

    the reason the israeli’s don’t want israeli arabs in charge is because they don’t worship victim narratives, they don’t want a subversive minority trying to take control over their country. israeli arabs have been competing on a demographic basis, everyone having as many children as possible over the last 74 years.

    the past is past. it is ludicrous to believe the jews have a ‘claim’ to israel because of a kingdom existing +2000 years ago . similarly , it’s ridiculous to argue palestinians get to ‘own’ palestine because of an arabic empire in charge 800 years ago. or the turks in charge 100 years ago. or the ‘u.n.’ in charge now.

    read your clausewitz.
    all of this ethical babble is just all going to be about both sides trying to bolster their ‘ethical’ arguments’.

    ultimately , do people have enough food? are they living together rather peacefully?
    if not , then there’s gonna be problems.
    there’s always some problems, but are the problems going to get much worse?
    ultimately the demographic time bombs are irreversible. and there just isn’t very much land in israel/palestine. there is really a high density of people in this part of the world. very high. much higher than new jersey ( to which israel is often compared) —because israels’ southern dessert is not easily habitable. and much of the perimeter of israel is on non-residential border land.

    the real issue in the long run is demographics, is going to come up against food and fuel shortages, and eventually water shortages.

    when you single sidedly talk about ‘jewish racism’ against arabs, as if the reverse doesn’t exist.
    ultimately what people resent is that the jewish state of israel is in charge. totaly in charge.
    violence at the end of the day is the only way the arabs are going to get some independence. terrorism works.

    calling israel apartheid is not even innaccurate, it’s just invoking south african history. they are different histories. the comparison is casually made to dumb things down as a promotion of anti-israel stances. this is not to say israel is perfect or ‘good’ . it’s just these dog whistles are clear. your guest has an agenda as well.

    ultimately when there are two sides that are both dug in, you are not going to get honesty. the people who live and try to smooth things over on both sides, will always be marginalized, same as the ukrainians who want to ‘make a deal’ with russia. they are in danger as well.

    as far as all aqsa. –it was built , itself by conquerors, muslim conquerors, who also destroyed plenty of churches.
    the arabs should be greatful the israeli’s don’t destroy it. they can, and quite easily, and most likely, they will one day simply because it will get to that point. palestinians have been throwing rocks off all aqsa , at the jews below for a long time. it’s normal. its’ a healthy expression of anger. but it will always have backlash.

    frankly I think you can nuke all of jerusalem and the world at large will be better off.

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