Inciting fear and hate

Israeli children are conditioned to fear and hate Palestinians from an early age into adulthood.

Israel Tutors Its Children in Fear and Loathing of Palestinians by Jonathan Cook
A display of Israeli-style community policing before an audience of hundreds of young schoolchildren was captured on video last week. Were the 10-year-olds offered road safety tips, advice on what to do if they got lost, or how to report someone suspicion hanging around the school?
No. In Israel, they do things differently. The video shows four officers staging a mock anti-terror operation in a park close to Tel Aviv. The team roar in on motorbikes, firing their rifles at the “terrorist”.
There is plenty of evidence that Israel’s security services are still regularly executing real Palestinians

Abroad, this victim mentality translates into recruiting the Jewish diaspora to police "holocaust denial" which means anyone attempting to research the holocaust is targeted with hate, vitriol and often, violence. Israeli backed groups like HOPE not hate create false narratives to incite others to attack anyone who doesn't unquestionably accept the holocaust narrative. Why an event to discuss the recent so called "Westminster terrorist attack" should be targeted for potentially violent protest by Antifa (how anti-fascism translates into closing down free speech is another question) and ostensibly RMT union members is hard to understand until you look deeper to discover Israeli influence at play.

Conditioned hate for the "other" isn't confined to Israel. During the Cold War we were taught to hate and fear Russia and following the Tiananmen Square "massacre" in Beijing, China. However, it has emerged that the "massacre" never happened; it was a figment of the BBC's and western media's imagination.

Tiananmen “Massacre”? and The Unrelenting Monopoly Media Agenda by Wei Ling Chua
When we search the internet for ‘Tiananmen Square Massacre’, there are hundreds of thousands of hyperlinks to books, news, articles, and videos that describe the event as a “Massacre”; and even the reputable Encyclopaedia Britannica also cites the Western media as sources to describe the 1989 incident as a “Massacre”.
This is despite the fact that, in 1998, Washington Post journalist Jay Mathews confessed in the Columbia Journalism Review that “no one died at Tiananmen Square” and that “it is hard to find a journalist who has not contributed to the misimpression”.

Unlearning is essential to discover the truth - what we think we know of geopolitics is based on layers of lies and deception. To make sense of the world we need to know who rules?

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