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A final solution…

to the Palestinian problem

Above, Davidster (Star of David) by Dick Stins, a holocaust memorial in The Hague. The text at the side in Dutch and Hebrew is from Deuteronomy 25:17, 19: ‘Remember what Amalek has done to you, do not forget.’ On the other hand, about the ongoing genocide in Gaza, Netanyahu has said: ‘You must remember what Amalek has done to you, says our Holy Bible’, which is based on 1 Samuel 15:3:

Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.

What the Jews are doing doesn’t shock me. What is fascinating from the POV of The West’s Darkest Hour is that American evangelicals see nothing wrong with this Palestinian Holocaust, simply because the victimisers are the chosen ones (remember what I recently quoted from Tom Sunic). Had the victimisers been pure Aryans, like these evangelicals or what Himmler and his henchmen did—God forbid!: i.e., the god of the Jews, which is why, when I talk about genuine spirituality, I don’t use any more the word ‘God’ but ‘Gods’ in the plural in reference to the words in Delphi’s oracle; this is what transvaluing all the values means.

Just look at the Xtian hawks in the American Congress: they don’t care about the Palestinians, only about the chosen ones! Is it clear now why we have been saying since 2012 that the Christian problem ‘encompasses’ the Jewish problem?

5 replies on “A final solution…”

César, do you regard combat-induced PTSD as a uniquely Western problem? That is to say, a culture-bound syndrome caused by Christian ethics? I imagine you would argue that a Viking berserker would not be emotionally troubled by the slaughter of women and children.

The quackery of psychiatry is that most mental disorders are PSTD in one way or another, but only those cases that occur in war are considered PTSD. You have to be careful with psychiatric vocabulary because it is extremely misleading.

As far as symptoms are concerned, there are anti-Nazi films that visually and emotionally reflect the so-called PTSD, even those filmed far from Hollywood like Come and See.

I think of course Christian ethics has an impact on PTSD, but remember that warfare in the last century has become insane, technology has advanced so much compared to our primitive bodies and brains that it is not comparable to the warfare of the Vikings and other ancients, where you could express the vitality of the body in direct combat. Now it is possible to kill or be killed by a bullet fired from hundreds of meters away or from a missile sent from miles away. The stress of bombings, plus the stress of being killed at any moment, plus the noisy madness that ends up producing the lack of a correct and restful sleep that could last several weeks is for me the reason for PTSD.

Volkor is right. Warfare has become insane beyond precedent.

Those in charge of military command don’t want to win wars, but to extend them as long as possible in order to profit.

No wonder why men in the military go nuts when their lives are wasted like that, and for nothing.

History has no shortage of massacres of populations by all sides at scales at or above what happened in WW2. The british-american bombing campaign against Europe and Japan is unique in history, in that it was waged far beyond the frontlines of the war, and was not for conquest of the land but to kill civilians.

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