Sunday, September 03, 2006

Arabs, Zionists and the Middle East:Razing the 'Iron Wall'

Some time ago qrs wrote a post about whether the Hiz'b'Allah was a Mossad front or not. For some reason that post has been bouncing around in my head for some time now. That is until I came across some information during my studies that I found remarkably interesting.

I was reading Vladamir Jabotinsky's letter titled "The Iron Wall(We and the Arabs)" published in Rassavyet Nov.4th, 1923. There is also a film of the same name that was released this year that I have just become aware of. Anyway....

Apart from Mr. Jabotinsky's deplorable grasp on American history, his false assertions of the goals of Zionism are quite profound. If incriminating evidence were grounds for expelling the Zionists from the Palestinian region this statement might be admissible.

" I am prepared to take an oath binding ourselves and our descendants that we shall never do anything contrary to the principle of equal rights, and that we shall never try to eject anyone. This seems to me a fairly peaceful credo."

Furthermore he also states:

"A few years ago, when the late Mr. Sokolow was on one of his periodic visits to Palestine, he addressed a meeting on this very question of the "misunderstanding." He demonstrated lucidly and convincingly that the Arabs are terribly mistaken if they think that we have any desire to deprive them of their possessions or to drive them our of the country, or that we want to oppress them."

I can see at no time, during the past 60 years, that the zionist entity that occupies Palestine has CEASED to oppress and eject the indigenous Palestinians from the land. Refusing them the right of return to their homes in great numbers for the last 6 decades. As I am pasting the pertinent parts of my article from the link to the site provided above I find it surprising yet unremarkable that in this particular translation they have neglected to include the beginning of a statement that Jabotinsky made. It goes something like this.....

" A plan that seems to attract many Zionists goes like this: If it is impossible to get the endorsement of Zionism by Palestine's Arabs, then it must be obtained from the Arabs of Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and perhaps Egypt."

This excerpt goes a long way in giving us insight into the current situation in the Middle East. Since the predominant form of Islam that exists in Saudi Arabia is the extremist Wahhabism, the other three nations mentioned are all governments that are heavily influenced, if not overtly controlled by Zionists.

Iraq was one of the final bastions of anti-Zionist sentiment in the region and I submit that aside from the benefit of the petroleum reserves that this was the primary reason for America's invasion of a non-threatening country for which mountains of false 'intelligence' was accumulated to warrant justification. Saddam was the ONLY 'talking head' in the Middle East that would have launched an all out offensive to counter the zionist invasions that have taken place over the last 2 months or those that remain on the 'drawing board'. And much like George Bush, Saddam would not have negotiated with the real terrorist threat to the region, israel. Ergo, in order to advance their plans for supremacy the first baby step to this joint imperialistic adventure was to remove the areas that exhibit the greatest propensity for resistance. Hariri was assassinated in order to foment the withdrawal demand of Syrian troops from Lebanon although they had been invited guests for almost 20 years, unlike the Zionist spectre that NO ONE willingly invites to dinner but inevitably shows up and crashes the party. The 'abduction' of the 'Israeli soldiers' was merely the catalyst to set this portion of the expansionism into motion. Then they deflect the jeers by hiding behind the 'human shield' of the obsequious George Bush.

Jabotinsky goes on to say,"Zionist colonization, even the most restricted, must either be terminated or carried out in defiance of the will of the native population." I would seriously like to know how this joker can on one hand make the worthless oath to "never oppress or expel" anyone but insist on carrying out such a blatantly aggressive policy that will plainly be impossible to initiate without first OPPRESSING and MURDERING the indigenous population? This guy is a loon. Finally....

"We hold that Zionism is moral and just.
...There is no other morality.
As long as there is a spark of hope that they can get rid of us, they will not sell their hopes, not for any kind of sweet words or tasty morsels, because they are not a rabble but a nation, perhaps somewhat tattered, but still living.
...Only when not a single breach is visible in the iron wall, only then do extreme groups, with their 'NEVER' lose their sway, and influence transfers to moderate groups.
...But the only path to such an agreement is the iron wall, that is to say the strengthening in Palestine of a government without any kind of Arab influence, that is to say one against which the Arabs will fight."

In this final passage we see the acknowledgement of Jabotinsky that a long arduous fight lie ahead for which they would implement every devious underhanded trick at their disposal. As the apartheid wall nears completion we will see an increasingly aggressive and arrogant 'Israel' emerge. Over 70 years ago they realized that there would come a time that they would have to 'create' a form of government that the Palestinians would fight against because it conflicted with their best interests of a nation. We see that government manifested in the Hamas movement that was a creation of the Mossad and by extension Hiz'b'Allah. Although there are creditable actions being presented by these groups the ultimate goal for Zionism is for the people to trust is something illusory which ends up being part of their downfall.

Crazy? Insane? Perhaps, unless you realize that exact same conditions have existed for years in the United States. A government that is actually the citizens worst enemy, they just aren't paying attention.

Just like George Carlin said," They call it the 'American Dream' because you have to be asleep to believe it."

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