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Israel the rogue state.


Let's get a few things straight upfront.
Anti-Israel is being against the state of Israel.
Anti-Zionism is being against the Jewish state based on destiny by virtue of divine providence.
Anti-semitism etymologically is hatred of all Semitic prople, including Arabs, Assyrians, Ethiopians and Jews. Colloquially, just Jews. The commonly accepted understanding has come to mean aversion to religious Jews even Israel's Ashkenazi Jews despite no genetic lineage to the Israelites of the Bible.
Anti-goverment of Israel (or simplyopposition, if in Israel) is being against the current Israeli government.

Not all Anti-goverment are Anti-Israel.
Not all Anti-Israel are Anti-Zionists.
Not all Anti-Zionists are Anti-semites.
All Anti-semites are racist.

Here is my more detailed position on the Issue because I won't be wasting any effort replying to the usual crowd who lack the intellectual fortitude to process this issue beyond the infantile chant of "anti-Semite". I will never be shut down by the PC police until I hear a persuasive argument. Up til now quite frankly those arguments don't impress me very much.
http://dwahts.blogspot.co.za/2018/03/looking-for-jews-under-every-rock.html?m=1

I want to draw your attention to an article written by Adam Garrie of Eurasian Future. You will find it in the recommended sites section in the WEB VERSION of this blog but not the Mobile for some reason.

It's a broadly cast and impressive synopsis of the Israeli chicanery in geopolitics and it's "wag the dog" relationship with the United States.

You can find it here. I am linking externally because rather than host it I'd like to push traffic to the site.  It's offers a wealth of refreshing angles and it's well researched. The regional nuances are well understood and it lends legitimacy to the term "Journalism".

http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/04/14/heres-how-israel-can-get-trump-supporters-to-stop-backing-assad/

Adam Garrie – Director

Adam Garrie is a geo-political expert who can be frequently seen on Nedka Babliku’s weekly discussion show Digital Divides, RT’s flagship debate show CrossTalk,  Press-TV’s flagship programme ‘The Debate’ and radio Sputnik.
A global specialist with an emphasis on Eurasian integration, Garrie’s articles have been published in the Oriental Review, Asia Times, Geopolitica Russia, the Tasnim News Agency, Global Research, RT’s Op-Edge, Global Village Space and others

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