July 25, 2014
Why The Press Keeps Qualifying That They're Not Sure Who Struck UN School
I'm hearing a lot of "it's unclear" about who actually struck the school. Because well, it's pretty clear it was not Israel. It was either secondary explosions from a nearby strike on a cache of rockets or a Hamas rocket that fell short.
How do I know? Because I have eyes.
Here are several images of the damage at the UN school. There's a lot of images of the injured at the Pallywood General Hospital. But you have to look around a bit to see the actual damage at the UN school.
Here is some video from PBS of the site. Pay particular attention to the shrapnel marks in the wall and other damage at around 50 seconds. At 54 seconds the images switch to a nearby strike. Not the blue UN school.
Now here is an image from the Hamas rocket strike near the airport this week.
Pretty similar huh? Now lets look at what its left after an actual Israeli strike.
Oh my, there's nothing left of the target but a pile of rubble. And you can surf all the Israel strike images you want. If Israel had directly targeted this UN school there would be nothing left standing and probably no survivors who were in the actual strike.
The only reason the media is qualifying that they are not sure who did it is because its obvious this was either an errant Hamas rocket or a Hamas false flag operation that directly targeted their own people in order to generate propaganda.
The third possibility is that it was damage from secondary explosions due to Hamas storing arms that they knew wouldl be targeted too close to the school.
I mean it's obvious to everyone with eyes except the *US media and Hamas shills.
Thanks to Shizzle.
*My apologies for being redundant.