There’s a simple formula here. Hamas escalates its attacks, Israel tries to take it out and the “international community” sweeps in afterward to “rebuild Gaza”. The more people Hamas kills, the more money gets spent rebuilding Gaza.
Considering that Hamas controls Gaza, it’s a pretty good deal. The more it kills, the more money it makes.
“The scale of terror and brutality against Israel and its people is a turning point. There can be no business as usual. As the biggest donor of the Palestinians, the European Commission is putting its full development portfolio under review, worth a total of EUR 691m,” the EU’s Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi announced. “All payments immediately suspended. All projects put under review. All new budget proposals, including for 2023 postponed until further notice. Comprehensive assessment of the whole portfolio.”
Oliver Varhelyi is Hungarian and the EU quickly overruled him to announce that instead, it’s tripling aid.
The European Commission is tripling its humanitarian assistance to Gaza as the bloc comes under mounting pressure to present a coherent policy on the Israel-Gaza crisis.
European Council chief Charles Michel has convened an extraordinary virtual meeting of EU leaders for Tuesday to establish a “clear unified course of action that reflects the complexity of the unfolding situation.”
The EU’s executive arm will increase its humanitarian funding to Gaza from €25 million to €75 million.
And the clear, concise and coherent policy is fund terrorism more. So the EU’s executive arm is upgrading aid from around $26 million to $78 million.
What do you get if you kill over 1,000 people? Your foreign aid gets tripled. Lesson well learned.
The EU will claim that it’s “humanitarian aid” not aid to Hamas, but it’s long since been obvious in Israel and any areas controlled by Islamic terrorists that the two are one and the same. NGOs are either controlled by the terrorists, their allies or organizations that bribe them. Aid is repurposed by the terrorists to serve their own aims, utilized or resold. And since Hamas controls the Gaza economy, any local economic activity ultimately benefits Hamas.
The question is will the EU keep tripling “aid” if Hamas kills more people?