Obama! You heard me right. Obama is paying for these riots but not directly. Let us start with Daniel Greenfield who wrote an article with one of the best paragraphs I have read in a news article.
“Hamas supporters in Gaza held the world’s first peaceful protest with hand grenades, pipe bombs, cleavers, and guns. Ten explosive devices were peacefully detonated. There were outbursts of peaceful gunfire and over a dozen kites carrying firebombs were sent into Israel where they started 23 peaceful fires. And Israeli soldiers peacefully defended their country leaving multiple Hamas attackers at peace.”
With writing like that he could be working for CNN or the New York Times… Someday he could be a speechwriter for the Hillary 2032 campaign. But his writing does make a good point, Liberals are finally showing their true colors especially as far as their lack of support from Democrats is concerned.
Greenfield discovered that Hamas was paying protesters. $100 a day, $200 if you get shot by steel or rubber bullets. $500 if you are seriously wounded and your family will get $3,000 if you are killed. So, where would Hamas get that kind of money? They are hurting financially and don’t have the kind of money necessary to run the program.
“We met some young men earlier cashing $200 checks they got from Hamas after being shot by Israeli forces on Friday. The severely injured get $500 and the families of the dead get $3000.”
So, where did the money come from? Who is the biggest sponsor of terrorism in the area? Iran. Now, Iran’s economy is very bad. There are no jobs and the infrastructure is falling apart. But Uncle Obama did send them pallet loads of money. It’s a safe bet that they haven’t used any of that money to help the people or to fix their infrastructure.
It’s so good to finally have a president after 8 years of nothing.
Bearing in mind the mass protests that have rocked the streets of numerous Iranian cities for several months by poor and unemployed Iranians fed up with the mullahs’ regime, and considering the nation’s crumbling infrastructure, it is obvious those several billions of dollars weren’t spent building up the country or helping the people.
Rather, it went into the pockets of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, where it was then distributed to Iranian-supported rebels and terrorists in hot spots around the globe, most especially Hezbollah militants in Lebanon and Syria, the Houthi rebels in Yemen, Shiite militias in Iraq and of course the Hamas terrorists in Gaza, among others.