Alright, so this one almost made me choke on my coffee when I saw it.
By the way, we might as well issue a False Flag Alert here, before continuing. Just to be ahead of things a little.
I almost thought this item was a fake when I first saw it… Until I realised it had been put out by the Israeli embassy.
The video’s subject? Why, the totally innocuous, entirely non-inflammatory ‘WHAT IF HAMAS ATTACKED LONDON ON CHRISTMAS DAY…?’
Well, the propaganda war is really getting out of hand. And now evidently the fear-porn is kicking in too.
The featured image above is from the bullshit social media flurry after the 2017 terror incident in London: but it’s safe to assume we’d see the same hashtags and memes emerge if any Hamas related Christmas Day attack unfolds in London.
The Israeli video features a dramatic depiction of an October 7th type Hamas attack occurring in the UK at Christmas: and is presumably designed to instill a more palpable anxiety into British citizens concerning Israel’s Gaza operations and the possible fallout.
Strangely, the video hasn’t received much media coverage. But it is explained, ‘The film begins with a woman waking up in London on Christmas morning to the sound of gunshots and panicked text messages from family members. She attempts to hide in the basement of her home with her children and partner. After panicked calls to the police fail, the woman is dragged from her home and abducted by a masked motorcycle gang…’
‘The film ends with the question: “What if it were you? Imagine this was your reality, on any given day, with your loved ones murdered and abducted. “What would you do? What actions would you take? It’s a haunting reminder: it could happen to anyone, anywhere”…’
Of course it also aims to bolster public support in the UK for the Israeli state’s current actions, especially by reinforcing the idea that Israel is fighting this war on behalf of the entire Western world – an idea that Netanyahu and others have already been propagating since October 7th.
Your home and dear ones.
What if it were you? pic.twitter.com/Y7iGuIvYvJ
— Oren Marmorstein (@OrenMarmorstein) November 20, 2023
Two things immediately occur to me here.
The first is obvious: the Israeli embassy is worried it is losing the propaganda war in the UK and losing good will, perhaps evidenced by the scale and frequency of pro Palestinian marches on British streets in recent weeks.
Therefore, it is resorting to rather desperate tactics like this fear-porn video to make Brits feel like Hamas are a terror threat on UK streets.
The second, and this is the scary part, is the possibility of a false flag attack occurring somewhere around Christmas time and being attributed to Hamas or to Hamas sympathisers. As a way, again, to broaden or reframe Israel’s crisis and bolster international support.
It wouldn’t be all that surprising if this idea of a Christmas attack in the UK is being planted as a kind of predictive programming.
Let’s be honest, it also wouldn’t be hard to find a couple of mentally unstable pro Hamas patsies, especially in this highly charged present climate, to do something.
We’ve already seen the events in Israel trigger incidents elsewhere in the world, such as the stabbing of a teacher in France or the man in Illinois who stabbed a Palestinian child to death in the wake of October 7th.
Israeli spokespeople have also been frequently likening Hamas to ISIS since October 7th, possibly to reframe Hamas as an international threat the same way ISIS was.
And just as the events in Syria, Iraq and Libya triggered IS-style or IS-affiliated attacks in multiple Western cities (including London), the idea is possibly being planted in our minds that Hamas might inspire similar events.
Which is certainly possible. There are always a handful of useful extremist Islamist nutjobs around somewhere to take up a call to jihad.
But let’s also remember that some, even most, of the Western terror incidents during the whole ISIS saga were obvious false flag events. I covered these events quite meticulously at the time (see false flag archive here).
Let’s also remember that the whole ISIS thing itself was in large part manufactured by multiple intelligence agencies for regime change reasons in the Middle East. And that Hamas, in significant part was the creation of Israeli agencies.
Let’s also note, in terms of specifically a Christmas Day attack (as specified in the Israeli embassy video), that the Berlin Christmas market attack a few years ago occurred, as I noted at the time, on the morning that the incoming President Trump had a ‘secret meeting’ with the head of Mossad.
Let’s remember too that Israeli agents and supposed international terror incidents often go hand in hand.
For example, as we noted here, the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand happened after Netanyahu threatened NZ with consequences after it chose to recognise Palestinian statehood. He in fact called New Zealand’s support for the UN vote a “declaration of war”.
The Sri Lanka Easter Massacre happened after Israeli agencies ran terror drills in Sri Lanka.
Netanyahu himself was in London on the morning of the 7/7 attacks.
The list is longer, but listing every item is unnecessary here.
Though it’s worth remembering here that Netanyahu himself was the author of the entire ‘War on Terror’ doctrine that was taken up by the US and Britain for most of the twenty-first century so far.
He literally wrote the books.
And let’s not even bother with the 9/11 rabbit-hole again. But anyone doubtful of the Israeli connections to 9/11 should read this.
The point being that a rebooting of the ‘War on Terror’ isn’t off the cards. Not if it can be useful.
As for whether this Christmas Attack video is just the Israeli embassy clutching to gain back some lost ground propaganda-wise or whether it actually signals that something is going to happen in the UK on Christmas Day… we’ll just have to wait and see.