On my Bitchute Channel, one of my supporters posted this fun meme which comes from here: http://www.quickmeme.com/p/3vyd7z
The above image he posted, suggests that this photo of these Jewish IDF troops pissing in their pants is from Operation Protective Edge in 2014. It even has a proper URL to wikipedia, which seems genuine and may have been a valid url in the past.
The image at Quick meme is different and it does NOT have a link to wikipedia or Operation Protective edge. See the image below:
I wanted to know if any of this is true, as outlandish as it seems. The story of them wearing adult diapers does not seem to have any basis in fact, but the photos of them pissing in their pants when they are under fire is definitely real and its quoted in many places.
Other possibilities which suggest that this is real, comes from a question posed by a woman on Yahoo answers. It reads:
Is it true that Zionist soldiers are wearing diapers?
I mean they …… when they see Hamas soldiers!
I heard that from TV.
It is interesting that she said she heard it on TV. So perhaps it was in the news.
You can read the discussion here: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090106155615AAu5F1e
So if we ignore the diaper photo, and concentrate on the photo on the right where they are on the ground and pissing in their pants, then that photo definitely existed in a number of places including REDDIT. The photos were removed from REDDIT, and the conversation seems to have been shut down. You can check it out here: https://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/2buauy/new_idf_diapers_after_soldiers_constantly_pissing/ The censoring of this photo from REDDIT strongly suggests to me that this photo is harmful and hugely embarrassing to Israel.
Muslims were tweeting it:
The photo definitely seems to be related to this operation, Protective Edge in 2014: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Israel%E2%80%93Gaza_conflict
The main sources for these photos are REDDIT and TWITTER.
It also appeared on Twitter with these comments:
On Quora, there were serious discussions about troops and special forces wearing diapers. None of them related to Israel, but they are interesting discussions including from former soldiers and special forces:
o Do special forces have to wear diapers in the field if they have to stay hidden? – https://www.quora.com/Do-special-forces-have-to-wear-diapers-in-the-field-if-they-have-to-stay-hidden
o Do soldiers in battle wear diapers to avoid bathroom breaks? – https://www.quora.com/Do-soldiers-in-battle-wear-diapers-to-avoid-bathroom-breaks
o How common is it for soldiers to soil themselves in combat? – https://www.quora.com/How-common-is-it-for-soldiers-to-soil-themselves-in-combat
Eventually, via a small link on REDDIT I found the original clear photos, which have not been removed. They can be found here: https://imgur.com/a/LIqii
Here is the clearest definition photo I can find of it:
I’m not really sure if this is real or photoshopped.
Accompanying it, is this image, of the diapers, and there is an Arab name on it. There is also the date of 2014.
The photo below now has me asking the question: IS IT REAL? Is that an Israeli army uniform? The guy does look like an Israeli. If that photo is real in any way, that adds even more questions than the one above! From my bit of photo editing skills, I will tell you, that the photo below cannot be easily created. It has to be based on something real. That is far too complex a thing to create easily – I think. He might not be wearing diapers, but merely some underwear. Even so, that also begs some questions as to what that photo is about.
Finally, the resolution of the photos all seem to be of a lower quality consistent with 2014. So there is an element of realism to them all. If you edited it with photoshop, you would have had to also insert the grainy look in whatever you edited, and I think that would have been hard. I think. I’m no expert.
It is possible that there is some truth to some of this. At the very least maybe those troops were wetting themselves back in 2014. That does not seem to be an impossible idea. It is just hugely embarrassing to the Jews though. I think the fact that the image was removed from REDDIT suggests that someone was out to get rid of this.
Either is some clever propaganda and a hoax, or it is based on some element of truth. Both photos, either independently, or together are weird, and not good for the Jews.
As for myself I’m happy to have a laugh at the Jews, but there might just be some element of truth in it all. I have said they are a race of cowards.
It would be interesting to hear the views of someone who is good with graphics, as to whether they think the photos are real. To me, the 2nd photo presents the biggest problem. It would be hard to fake.