Roger Waters Casts Doubt Hamas Massacre Happened, Supports Hamas’ “Right to Resist”
We are already used to Roger Waters saying vile things, but this might just be him at his vilest. And that is saying a lot.
Waters recently sat down with fellow Israel-hater Glenn Greenwald, and was asked about how he felt after hearing about what Hamas did October 7th.
Spoiler alert: not revulsion over what Hamas did. Rather, he wondered what happened and how could Israel could not have seen it coming (he thinks it could be a false flag operation).
Waters further disgraces himself by answering the follow-up question whether Hamas was justified in what they did, with casting doubt on the atrocities of which they have been accused and stating that “resisting the occupation” is not only absolutely justified but an obligation.
He also claims the “first 400 killed” (aka the Super Nova festival goers) were military personnel and thus Hamas killing them was not a war crime.
Meanwhile, he weeps over our response to the Hamas atrocities, which he says is the most horrific thing he has seen in his lifetime (not the atrocities themselves). Remember, there is no visual evidence of any IDF atrocities happening in Gaza – just the unreliable word of Hamas. So he takes that for granted as the truth while doubting anything Israel says.
And if all that wasn’t vile enough, he casts doubt on 911 and calls us Nazis.
But he’s not antisemitic. Because he told us so.