The scene in Munich that I think drills directly into the whole purpose of the film is the scene in which Eric Bana's character Avner has just killed another alleged culprit in the Munich murders, when he phones his wife and his new born child who are in New York. After briefly speaking with his wife on the phone his wife puts the phone to the baby's mouth and Avner begins speaking to his new born child. The child speaks only one word, dada. Avner, the cold vengeful assassin, begins to cry.
To me, this is the key scene.
The film ends with Avner and his Mossad handler discussing the operation for vengeance for the Munich murders, with the WTC 1 and 2 in the background. Was it a success? several hundred Palestinians were killed in reply, most of them innocent or unconnected to the Munich plot.
So what happened on 9/11? Al-Qaeda, set up with Israel as its main grievance, allegedly flew a few planes into WTC 1 and 2 (and somehow managed a controlled demolotion of WTC7). Was all that vengeance for nothing?
Would it have been better to have sat down and discussed grievances and come to a peaceful resolution?
But that is the whole point of the Albert Pike three world war plan. To have rabid racist Zionazis demand that Jews, having suffered an engineered holocaust, have Palestine as their destiny, and fuck the Palestinians, and to receive sustenance for their barbarity and inhumanity from the Federal Reserve, the Ziocentral bank of the USA, the land of the fleeced and home of the microwaved.
My point is this, to both Jew and Muslim alike:
YOU ARE IN A TRAP!
And the only way out is to look at your families and ask, do you want the spiral of violence to continue until you destroy each other and help create a satanic world tyranny, or do you want to weep with joy as you hear your child or grandchild or greatgrandchild say that immortal joyous word, dada?
It's up to you.