From Electronic Intifada @intifada
“WATCH: Israeli children sing, “We will annihilate everyone” in Gaza, against a background of destruction. This disturbing video was posted, then deleted by Israeli national broadcaster @kann_news
We captured it and added English subtitles”
Dingo News put it up on YouTube
You Tube removed the video
You can watch it here
🚨WATCH: Israeli children sing, "We will annihilate everyone" in Gaza, against a background of destruction.
Disturbing video was posted, then deleted by Israeli national broadcaster @kann_news.
We captured it and added English subtitles
— Electronic Intifada (@intifada) November 19, 2023
YouTube censored Electronic Intifada as well.
The lyrics should explain why the video put Israel in a genocidal light. Also the quick removal of their ode to Palestinian destruction.
“The Friendship Song 2023”
Lyrics by Ofer Rosenbaum and Shulamit Stolero
Autumn night falls over the beach of Gaza
Planes are bombing, destruction, destruction
Look the IDF is crossing the line
to annihilate the swastika-bearers
In another year there will be nothing there
And we will safely return to our homes
Within a year we will annihilate everyone
And then we will return to plow our fields
And we will remember everyone
the pretty and the pure
We will never let our hearts
forget a friendship like that
Love sanctified with blood
You will return and bloom amongst us
We have now run out of words
Our soul still cries out
Our soul not only sings
Today our soul also fights
The people of forever evermore
We won’t stop protecting our homes
We won’t be silent
We will show the world
how today we destroy our enemy
Lyrics translated from Hebrew for The Electronic Intifada by David Sheen.
The relationship between these two videos is worth an academic paper.
Make your own comparisons.
Fascism is a universal threat
“Cabaret, made years after the Nazi occupation, allows its Nazis to move with the quiet confidence that their agenda will be heard, and responded to. We see it all over the place: from the seemingly unnecessary and tragic beating up of a nightclub bouncer, to the chilling rendition of ‘Tomorrow Belongs To Me’, a moving song about the German Fatherland, said to be inspired by the official song of the Hitler Youth. Everything points to an undefinable knowledge that everything will turn out well in the end for these religious zealots.” – From: Closer Than You Think: On Nazism in Cabaret and India’s 2020 Right-Wing Fundamentalism – Anjali – @dontlistentoanj – GIRLS ON TOPS