Wednesday, 3 June 2009
Israeli Settlers, History Written by the NWO Victors
But when these 'settlers' are removed, even on a very small scale as a PR excercise, it's just horiffic and we should condemn those who would be so nasty to the lovely Israeli 'settlers'.
(Images: Above, 1948 Palestine land ownership divided between Arabs (green) and Jews (red). Who has the majority in every region? Below, a letter from Einstein talking about Palestine.)
As the BBC story linked to above says:
"Israeli police have destroyed the small illegal settler outpost camp of Maoz Ester in the occupied West Bank. Israeli settlements in the West Bank are illegal under international law and widely considered a barrier to peace. But the outpost of seven huts, east of Ramallah, was among dozens of sites also illegal under Israeli law, built without government authorisation."
Widely considered a barrier to peace!? Invading another country and pitching tent on their land, then claiming you have the right to that land and anyone who doesn't say so is a Jew hater? Um...no. You are not God-Men. I do not acknowledge your right to "exist", as you so often say, if you mean to exist as a nation on stolen ground; uttering 'never again', while causing that 'again' of which you speak, to become a reality.
Media language confuses Mideast coverage
(Image: One of several maps of Israel drawn without any recognition of the Palestinians' 'right to exist'. Israel's expansionism and accusations of racism towards others, while they go out and get their 'Lebensraum' in a once sovereign state, is a great hypocrisy.)
That said, do I think the state of Israel should never have been created? Well, as I have said before, I understand given the circumstances of the early 20th Century world that 'the Jews' may wish to have their own state. But let's be realistic here, Palestine was never 'a land without a people', was it? It kind of had, you know, a native population, the majority of which were Arabs. And you came in and took over, didn't you?
It's funny, it reminds me of how American settlers behaved with the Native Americans hundreds of years ago. That was a tragedy and the end result was a slow and bloody genocide, much as we have seen in the last fifty years in Palestine. And don't bring me the same old recycled lines about terrorists and Israel's right to defend itself. For starters, you'd have to explain how Israel created Hamas then used it as justification for their operations 'abroad' in Gaza, a region of sovereign Palestine.
Israel's right to exist means its right to exist anywhere, anytime, all it has to do is point on a map and say 'this is Israel'. Possibly this could extend as far as Saudi Arabia, parts of Egypt and Iraq, etc. as these maps suggest. When Napoleon did it, he was wrong. When Hitler did it, he was wrong. When Israel does it, guess what, they are wrong too.
Israel's right to defend itself means its right to wage siege warfare on the world's largest concentration camp, Gaza, attacking sources of food, cutting off water, dehumanising humans, and not expect any retaliation. None whatsoever. Oh, you fired a rocket? You terrorist! (Even as Sderot was built on a former Palestinian settlement, the residents of which were evicted before the site was bulldozed and Sderot built in its place. Not justifying the rockets, just providing context.) Now you fired ten rockets, we get to drop a thousand bombs including white phosphorous. After all, we just defend ourselves!
But no media will report on any time in the last sixty years when Native Israelis (as they might be known if history treats them better than modernity has) were evicted by force. Nope, it didn't happen. No Israeli expansionism ever happened, they're just taking what's theirs. Like I'm taking back my wallet. It just *looks* like it's in your pocket...
It's funny when pro-Israel people remind us of the 'religion of peace' and the many atrocities committed in the name of Islam, then go ahead and butcher more people, because religious history says this they (Jews) have been promised this land! 'Religions of peace', more like.
What are moral and realistic solutions?
The consumer has helped by cutting off funds to Israel, by not buying anything with '729' at the start of the barcode. (Boycott Israeli Goods) I don't think I buy anything Israeli anyway, but there's a long list of companies that are complicit in trading goods from the Occupied Territories, who it would be best to avoid. Unfortunately, American elected representatives aren't so ethical, and like to send lots of money to Israel. A third of ALL their foreign aid, in fact.
Unfortunately, let's be realistic here, Palestine is confined to history. Anything else is nostalgia and pure hope. I think the best solution is to accept the inevitable and get the Arabs who don't want to live under Israeli rule, to go to Jordan. It's not ideal, far from it. But I'm being pragmatic here. I don't want a modern era repeat of Wounded Knee.
Apart from that, it would be nice to see international pressure on an expansionist Israel; however, with "Zion" being the pet project of the good old House of Rothschild and the other banking elites around the world, it's unlikely to ever materialise due to the scale of influence held by these money powers.
I guarantee this: the moral ideal of the two-state solution isn't going to happen. Not that it would be fair or right, but moving the Arabs who want to govern themselves as an ethnic majority (rather than be a minority in Israel) away, into Jordan or wherever else, might be a better solution. If there had been an opportunity to evacuate the Natives at Wounded Knee to somewhere safer, you would have taken it, right?
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And You Tell Me There's No Suppressed Technology?
It's another of those 'conspiracy theories' that good citizens don't notice. Imagine the standard of living if all the secret technology was released to the public...we'd be "free and independent" as JFK said! No more poverty anywhere! Can you imagine being sick enough to withhold such technology from society just to maintain your position of control? (Bearing in mind that we don't know just how much technological capability is being withheld, because, duh, it's secret.) What did Nikola Tesla really develop?
Individual Liberty? But that's "selfish"!
No, we need to look after each other voluntarily without having a government do all that at gunpoint. Sounds absurd at first but soon you realise that the reason it sounds so is because of the very unfree nature of our current existence. Envision greater possibilities! Ok, some kind of massive wake-up would be needed before this kind of free, responsible, uncontrollable society could emerge. And that's what we are seeing day by day in the world - a massive waking up of the previously enslaved masses (including myself I must add!)