What bothered me most is the war being waged with Israeli illegal phosphorous weapons, against Palestinian babies. There is a photo below showing just one such event and it makes anyone who is human, want to vomit at the horror and Nazi behaviour of these Zionists against the indigenous people of Palestine and all for money, oil, resources, and profit. Don't get me started..... too late.
This is a must read, and one of the best educational offerings of real history that we have run across so far. It literally explains how things have turned out in Israel, the way they have. It is "real history", and not some politically correct history book fake that is usually published, as we are finding out through all of this.
I keep saying that what is happening to us and the world, has been good for exposing the real history of the world that we never had taught to us in schools. But then, we know who owns the publishing companies, that publish the history books.
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The Rise of Israel’s Settlers and the downfall of Democracy
By James Dean – Managing editor of Veterans Today, October 18, 2015
Welcome to the real face of Zionist Judaism, Uri
The Settlers’ Prussia
Toynbee at his peak
[ Editor’s note: Good Gosh, Uri brings us a bit of Arnold Toynbee, one of our greatest historians of the last century. His 12-volume A Study of History is worth selling your youngest child for, if you can find a set. But that said, if the patent was not renewed, Google books probably has it. From WWI to WWII, he was “the man” in his field, and his output would fill a modestly sized library.
I loved Toynbee because he was the Orkin Man to political correctness. Those slavish professors will not even mention his name. He never tried to schmooze history, which is the PC crowd’s black flag, and in a way the Zionists’, too, as they invented their own history to suit them.
But while Uri “does a Toynbee” on us today, giving the down and dirty of what the radical Zionist nationalists (VN: Khazars) are doing to Israel, and pulls no punches… but one. They are among his beloved Zionists, for whom he can find no fault for their initial crime of invading Palestine, with the planned goal of taking it over and more.
The Ersatz Israel plan was to take over Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and the oil areas of southern Iraq, enough to have the natural resources to bring in all the world’s Jews with their capital, and build a 20-million strong super state, and a nuclear one at that.
It did not work out; and the modern adherents to the plan have only their Palestinian neighbors close by, and the World in general, against whom to seek their revenge. What Uri doesn’t get is that these people hate everybody but themselves. They rode the nice Jews, and worked with them, until a Sheldon Adelson came along to bankroll them, and then made their move to not only take over, but change the rules of the game.
Welcome to the real face of Zionist Judaism, Uri. And although you were not a willing aider and abettor, you ended up as one anyhow, because you provided the “kinder, gentler face” for Zionism when that was needed. So please understand that I can’t feel sorry for your loss, as I am too occupied at the ongoing cost of Zionism to my country… Jim W. Dean ]
– First published … October 17, 2015 –
Everybody knows that: towards an ultra-nationalist, racist, religious society. Who is leading the ride?
Why, the government, of course. This group of noisy nobodies which came to power at the last elections, led by Binyamin Netanyahu.
Not really. Take all these big-mouthed little demagogues, the ministers of this or that (I can’t quite remember who is supposed to be minister for what) and shut them up somewhere, and nothing will change. In 10 years from now, nobody will remember the name of any of them.
If the government does not lead, who does? Perhaps the right-wing mob? Those people we see on TV, with faces contorted by hatred, shouting “Death to the Arabs!” at soccer matches until they are hoarse, or demonstrating after each violent incident in the mixed Jewish-Arab towns “All Arabs are Terrorists! Kill them all!”
This mob can hold the same demonstrations tomorrow against somebody else: gays, judges, feminists, whoever. It is not consistent. It cannot build a new system. No, there is only one group in the country that is strong enough, cohesive enough, determined enough to take over the state: the settlers.
In the middle of last century, a towering historian, Arnold Toynbee, wrote a monumental work. His central thesis was that civilizations are like human beings: they are born, grow up, mature, age and die.
This was not really new – the German historian Oswald Spengler said something similar before him (“The Decline of the West”). But Toynbee, being British, was much less metaphysical than his German predecessor, and tried to draw practical conclusions.
Among Toynbee’s many insights, there was one that should interest us now. It concerns the process by which border districts attain power and take over the state.
Take for example, German history. German civilization grew and matured in the South, next to France and Austria. A rich and cultured upper class spread across the country. In the towns, the patrician bourgeoisie patronized writers and composers. Germans saw themselves as a “people of poets and thinkers”.
But in the course of centuries, the young and the energetic from the rich areas, especially second sons who did not inherit anything, longed to carve out for themselves new domains. They went to the Eastern border, conquered new lands from the Slavic inhabitants and carved out new estates for themselves.
The Prussian state, located in the middle of Europe, surrounded by strong neighbors, had no natural borders – neither wide seas, nor high mountains, nor broad rivers. It was just flat land. So the Prussian kings created an artificial border: a mighty army.
Count Mirabeau, the French statesman, famously said: “Other states have armies. In Prussia, the army has a state.” The Prussians themselves coined the phrase: “The soldier is the first man in the state”.
Unlike most other countries, in Prussia the word “state” assumed an almost sacred status. Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism and a great admirer of Prussia, adopted this ideal, calling his future creation “Der Judenstaat” – the Jew-State. (VN: a khazar)
Toynbee, not being given to mysticism, found the earthly reason for this phenomenon of civilized states being taken over by less civilized but hardier border people. The Prussians had to fight. Conquer the land and annihilate part of its inhabitants, create villages and towns, withstand counterattacks by resentful neighbors, Swedes, Poles and Russians. They just had to be hardy.
At the same time, the people at the center led a much easier life. The burghers of Frankfurt, Cologne, Munich and Nuremberg could take it easy, make money, read their great poets, listen to their great composers. They could treat the primitive Prussians with contempt. Until 1871 when they found themselves in a new German Reich dominated by the Prussians, with a Prussian Kaiser.
This kind of process has happened in many countries throughout history. The periphery becomes the center.In ancient times, the Greek empire was not founded by the civilized citizens of a Greek town like Athens, but by a leader from the Macedonian borderland, Alexander the Great. Later, the Mediterranean empire was not set up by a civilized Greek city, but by a peripheral Italian town called Rome.
A small German borderland in the South-East became the huge multi-national empire called Austria (Österreich, “Eastern Empire” in German) until it was occupied by the Nazis and renamed Ostmark – Eastern Border area. Examples abound. Jewish history, both real and imagined, has its own examples.
When a stone-throwing boy from the Southern periphery by the name of David became King of Israel, he moved his capital from the old town of Hebron to a new site, which he had just conquered – Jerusalem. There he was far from all the cities in which a new aristocracy had established itself and prospered.
Much later, in Roman times, the hardy borderland fighters from Galilee came down to Jerusalem, by now a civilized patrician city, and imposed on the peaceful citizens a crazy war against the infinitely superior Romans. In vain did the Jewish king Agrippa, descendant of Herod the Great, try to stop them with an impressive speech recorded by Flavius Josephus.
The border people prevailed, Judea revolted, the (“second”) temple was destroyed, and the consequences could be felt this week on the Temple Mount (“Haram al Sharif”, the Holy Shrine in Arabic), where Arab boys, imitators of David, threw stones at the Jewish imitators of Goliath.
In today’s Israel, there is a clear distinction – and antagonism – between the affluent big cities, like Tel Aviv, and the much poorer “periphery”, whose inhabitants are mostly the descendants of immigrants from poor and backward Oriental countries. (VN: Khazars)
This was not always so. Before the founding of the State of Israel, the Jewish community in Palestine (called “the Yishuv”) was ruled by the Labor Party, which was dominated by the Kibbutzim, the communal villages, many of which were located along the borders (one could say that they actually constituted the “borders” of the Yishuv.) There a new race of hardy fighters was born, while pampered city dwellers were despised.
In the new state, the Kibbutzim have become a mere shadow of themselves, and the central cities have become the centers of civilization, envied and even hated by the periphery. That was the situation until recently. It is now changing rapidly.
During the days of the Yishuv, the religious Zionists were rather despised. They were a small minority. On the one hand, they were devoid of the revolutionary élan of the secular, socialist Kibbutzim. On the other hand, real orthodox Jews were not Zionists at all and condemned the whole Zionist enterprise as a sin against God. (Was it not God who had condemned the Jews to live in exile, dispersed among the nations, because of their sins?)
But after the conquests of 1967, the “national-religious” group suddenly became a moving force. The conquest of the Temple Mount in East Jerusalem and all the other biblical sites filled them with religious fervor. From being a marginal minority, they became a powerful driving force.
They created the settlers’ movement and set up many dozens of new towns and villages throughout the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. With the energetic help of all successive Israeli governments, both left and right, they grew and prospered. While the leftist “peace camp” degenerated and withered, they spread their wings.
The “national-religious” party, once one of the most moderate forces in Israeli politics, turned into the ultra-nationalist, almost fascist “Jewish Home” party. The settlers also became a dominant force in the Likud party. They now control the government. Avigdor Lieberman, a settler, leads an even more rightist party, in nominal opposition.
Following Toynbee, I explain this phenomenon by the challenge posed by life on the border. Even when the situation is less tense than it is now, settlers face dangers. They are surrounded by Arab villages and towns (or, rather, they interposed themselves in their middle).
They are exposed to stones and sporadic attacks on the highways and live under constant army protection, while people in Israeli towns live a comfortable life.
Of course, not all settlers are fanatics. Many of them went to live in a settlement because the government gave them, almost for nothing, a villa and garden they could not even dream of in Israel proper. Many of them are government employees with good salaries. Many just like the view – all these picturesque Muslim minarets.
Many factories have left Israel proper, sold their land there for exorbitant sums and received huge government subsidies for relocating to the West Bank. They employ, of course, cheap Palestinian workers from the neighboring villages, free from legal minimum wages or any labor laws. The Palestinians toil for them because no other work is available.
But even these “comfort” settlers become extremists, in order to survive and defend their homes, while people in Tel Aviv enjoy their cafes and theaters. Many of these old-timers already hold a second passport, just in case. No wonder the settlers are taking over the state.
Some 18 years ago, when my friends and I first declared an Israeli boycott of the products of the settlements, we saw what was coming. THIS is now the real battle for Israel. (VN: basically, a battle between Khazars and real Jews, with the Khazars winning.)
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