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Why the Moronic Left is so wrong on Gaza

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In this show, I will discuss why the moronic left is wrong in Gaza. One problem is that the left asks for too much. They want Gaza to be totally independant of Israel [which it is now]. And they want an end of the blockade. They say that they want peace while they are ok with Hamas continuing to rule over Gaza. Left-wing morons, rather than addressing any point that's made that doesn't fit into their crafted worldview, will just write off their opponents as hardliners, warmongers, racists, bigots, Islamophobes, dismisses them as cracy, and/or resort to all sort of self-righteous rhetoric, many times before anyone who disagrees with them begins to speak. We get told that supporting Israel having the "West Bank" and Gaza is too hardline and that the "Palestinians" deserve a state. And having a blockade in response to Gaza being a terrorist entity run by Hamas, which fires rockets and, as seen from their chater, clearly wants to commit another Holocaust on the Jewish people, is too much for the left. And the left will dismiss you as a "right-wing nutjob" and will call you all the aforementioned names and do all the aforementioned actions if you support getting rid of Hamas. That is too "hardline." The left comes out with slogans about how Netnayahu and their opponents want war and want to get America into war while they continue to advocate for suicidal policies in the hope of peace. But it's as clear as day that there can't be peace with Hamas. That's like having peace with Nazi Germany back during WWII. The only hope of a two-state solution [which many on the left say they support] is for the Arabs in the territories to have a Government that's serious about fighting terrorism, willing to coexist with Israel as a Jewish state, and is more concerned about their people than about fighting Israel. A two state solution will NEVER work with Hamas controlling Gaza or any territory.