23 Oct 2015

Setting The Record Straight On Israel.




The ridiculous Attempts by Benjamin Netanyahu to make the word "Israeli" synonymous with the word "Jew" is not as benign a gesture as it seems on the surface and its insulting and divisive to countries with Jewish communities that consider them as citizens, and its not going to win him the support he's looking for. It's a cheap stunt to garner allegiance from from the increasingly cynical international Jewish community. Nobody elected him spokesman for the world's Jews, and its people like him who consistently frustrate bloggers like me who try to get around the diversion of race, creed, religion, nationalism and culture to get to the REAL issues and motives of the decision makers. 


                            Noam Chomsky, son of a Ukrainian-born Ashkenazi Jew who had fled to the United States in 1913, talks frankly on on the History of Israel and Palestine

No nation state in the world that seeks to entirely avoid secular multiculturalism has a future, at least a small degree of comrimise is needed, not full london melting pot, just a reasonable comprimise, that will eventually include Israel as well as the Arab monarchies.  Its no coincidence that both these groups are US stooges, or the other way around depending on how you look at it...

Norman Finkelstein echoes my sentiments towards the end of the clip below:

Finkelstein: Netanyahu is a maniac!


Israel is ideologically a racist apartheid state, you go go by government direction, regarldless of whether not all citizens agree, end of story. It's no matter of debate, it just is true.

Let's start with the Law Of Return, allowing historic Jews to return to their "Homeland"
Link below:
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2010/mar/11/israel-return-jews-palestinians

Besed on the evidence it would appear this is achieved by REMOVING PALESTINIANS BORN THERE FROM THEIR HOMELAND! To make way for some perceived historical birthright based on race, creed or religion depending on who is doing the justifying.  None of those flies in 2015 right?
Excuse me, but what a crock of shit.

Besides this, what about the fact that most settlers in Israel were not Israelites in the biblical sense, but in fact they are Khazars.  They are from a country once called called Khazaria, which occupied the land locked between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea which is now predominantly occupied by Georgia. 

The Khazars, under the instruction of the King, converted to the Jewish faith in 740 A.D.

You will find, in fact, that the vast majority of people in the world today who call themselves Jews are actually Khazars, or as they like to be known, Ashkenazi Jews.
Regarding the land of Israel being theirs by birthright, well that's blown out of the water because in actual fact their real homeland is over 800 miles away in Georgia.  There are other such examples of this sort of thing invalidating attempts to justify apartheid colonialism based on historical claims.




In reality this is a moot point because It shouldn't matter, but its a useful counter. In the absence of further settlement and once we see legal equality and dignity return then Israeli's today should be allowed to live in peace there, and Palestinians should be allowed to join them. End of story, full inclusion for both parties, no BS 2 State Solution which is nothing more than a creeping death tactic.


But lets take a step back, don't look at the region in isolation,  there is a larger game afoot.
Backed by US funding in order to platform the middle eastern globalization agenda, Israel is taking over what they call Jerusalem, a huge area many, many times larger than the Jerusalem of old. This includes destruction of many Arab villages with Israeli settlers illegally being brought in.
It looks fine on a map in terms of territory, but don't be fooled. Most of what is allocated to Palestine is basically desert. And all of this is separate from what is going on with the gradual takeover of the Jordan Valley lying eastwards.
Let's be clear, Israel has no official policy of directly taking  over land, but they are pushing the same successful policy in cahoots with the USA, doing business in the same way that has been working slowly for a hundred years while they establish military zones.
The Palestinians who live there have to be displaced of course, since since we are talking about a military zone after all. Sure, this may seem to mean no normal settlements are allowed here, but pretty soon there are military settlements which, let's face it,  gradually morph into regular settlements.
This clears the local Arab population as numbers dropped from over 300k in the sixties to not much more than 50k today.  Whoever is left are living as glorified prisoners.
Human Rights watch concurs: https://www.rt.com/news/329622-israel-settlements-businesses-hrw/ 

Remember, Israel has no intention of taking over the remaining Palestinian population. Their attitude is that it doesn't matter if they leave voluntarily or stay and die, it's all fine.
This is the reality and it will continue as long as the US funds and supports it.
Forget the two state solution, that's just a perpetual trick that will not materialize as long as the status quo persists.
Violence is never an option civilized people want as a solution, but there is a difference between, a mugger and defending yourself against one.  If you cherry pick the incidents of violence unwarranted by Palestinians against Israelis out of the context I've just framed it paints a mischievous and false picture.  Mainstream media should be held to account for this. Once you understand all of this, the Hamas terror tactics that are represented as tit-for-tat by mainstream media, start to become understandable, that is they are in a way if you understood ANC resistance tactics in the old South Africa. 

Personally I think Hamas terror tactics are wrong but since the international community is not helping what are they meant to do? MEdia reports on violence from both sides, which serves indirectly to represent it as a "wash" as if both sides are wrong, which will only serve to justify Israeli/US colonization.  Another method must be found to stop this ugly pocket of Globalization in the world. In my opinion that method will involve pressure from Israelis and Jews globally, the US citizens demanding the government cease all support to Israel immediately and possibly apply sanctions, and the citizens of the world forcing change in a similar way that they did to the Apartheid Regime in South Africa last century. In South Africa today, while there is much discontent about the ruling class, and pockets of racism and entitlement in all communities, overall its a society that does generally tolerate other races, religions and cultures.  
IT CAN BE DONE.