“Israeli” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son Yair Netanyahu tweeted out a video falsely purporting to show Palestinians celebrating the 9/11 attacks. In realty it was a football match where the celebrations were and it had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks.
Never forget: The Palestinians celebrated 9/11 in 2001! pic.twitter.com/YIfGJJ9uHm
— Yair Netanyahu 🇮🇱 (@YairNetanyahu) May 20, 2021
On its own, there would not be much of a story here, as a Netanyahu lying, is a guarantee just as the sun will rise tomorrow morning.
However, it did bring to light again, the Dancing “Israelis”, these Mossad agent rats who were sent to document the 9/11 terrorist attack. One must not trust me when I say this, but trust the horses mouths themselves, when they say it.
In order to ensure safety I had to remove it last time. Anyways the message remains the same though, one must not trust me and my words when I say the dancing Israelis were sent to document the attack. One must believe the horse's mouth. Credit tohttps://t.co/32AtP1AcW8 pic.twitter.com/Skq8kkazYs
— Orthodox Christian Zoomer (@OrthoChrZoomer) May 24, 2021
These rats who were sent to document the attack followed a pattern of “Israeli” behavior on 9/11, including “Israeli” company Odigo telling its employees do not show up to work on the day of the attack, Larry Silverstein a dual citizen made $5 billion from the attack because he took out insurance coverage months before the attack, he was absent from the WTC on 9/11, Netanyahu said the attacks were good for “Israel” and even Fox News admitted evidence linking “Israel” to the 9/11 attacks was classified.
The enemy’s arrogance is something that all of us should appreciate because these sorts of things have only helped us in our efforts to wake up more people.
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