Zionism Subverts Western Democracies To Facilitate The Denial Of Palestinian Heritage, History, And Human Rights
July 10, 2015
Following the end of the Second World War, the Zionist obsession with the illusionary God-given dreams of establishing a Jewish state with religious exclusiveness and colonial expansion, was aided by a global sympathy induced by revelations of the nazi death camps and the horrors of what was dubbed as the “Holocaust.” At the time of Israel’s establishment as a state in 1948, the general consensus of opinion was that Israel’s questionable creation had been permitted as a conscious and wilful act of compensation — particularly by Western nations subject to lobbying and pressure from the World Zionist Organisation (WZO) — for the Holocaust. In 1895 Edmond James de Rothschild visited Palestine and subsequently supplied the funds to establish the first Jewish colonies there as part of the Rothschilds long term objective of creating its own Zionist state. The fact that this “compensation” was going to be payed for with Palestinian land and lives, did not appear to bother the global conscience which was understandably but unforgivably caught up in a Holocaust hysteria feverishly stoked and fully exploited by WZO leaders and their ideologically deluded supporters.
Founding of WZO was initiated by the Rothschild Banking Dynasty in cooperation with Theodor Herzl at the First Zionist Congress which took place in August 1897 in Basel, Switzerland when the “Rothschild Red Sign” was adopted as the Zionist flag that 51 years later ended up as the flag of Israel. When it was founded, the goals of the Zionist movement were stated in a resolution that came to be known as the “Basel Program” with the aim of “establishing for the Jewish people a legally assured home in Palestine. For the attainment of this purpose, the Congress considers the following means serviceable:
1. The promotion of the settlement of Jewish agriculturists [farmers], artisans, and tradesmen in Palestine;
2. The federation [unified organisation] of all Jews into local or general groups, according to the laws of the various countries;
3. The strengthening of the Jewish feeling and consciousness [national sentiment and national consciousness];
4. Preparatory steps for the attainment of those governmental grants which are necessary to the achievement of the Zionist purpose."
“Israelis and American Jews fully agree that the memory of the Holocaust is an indispensable weapon — one that must be used relentlessly against their common enemy … Jewish organisations and individuals thus labor continuously to remind the world of it. In America, the perpetuation of the Holocaust memory is now a $100-million-a-year enterprise, part of which is government funded.”
Moshe Leshem, an Israeli author according to whom the expansion of Israeli power is commensurate with the expansion of the “Holocaust” propaganda.
By highjacking the Jewish Holocaust, Zionism was able to cynically conflate itself with Judaism as the victim in possession of the mainstream media’s perceived moral high ground while simultaneously with ruthless impunity goose-stepping over Palestinian human rights and international law. As a consequence of this control and manipulation of the Western media storyline on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Zionist Apartheid Israel has been able — without debate or need for substantiation — to entrench the belief that all Palestinians and their supporters were “terrorists” so as to facilitate global toleration of its own often barbaric and systematic oppression of the indigenous Palestinian population.
When in 1993 the Palestinian Liberation Organisation’s renunciation of violence and recognition of Israel’s right to exist was followed by many Arab states offering to negotiate peaceful coexistence, the Israeli bluff became apparent through its failure to respond in kind by instead proceeding — while masquerading as a sincere participant — to surreptitiously sabotage any negotiations that would lead to peace. Zionist Israel’s reluctance to have peace with its Arab neighbours was simply in keeping with its master plan for a Land of Israel (Eretz Yisrael) that would be devoid of any Arab Palestinians who are “not human.” And this was from an allegedly God-chosen people who should have known better because they were likewise described and regarded by the Nazis to whom in retrospect they should perhaps be grateful for providing the Holocaust as a means with which to blackmail, bribe, and bully the rest of the world into silent acquiescence and cowed complicity in Israeli ethnic cleansing of Palestinians and the illegal, parasitic appropriation of their land.
Having thus been virtually stripped of its “high moral ground” facade, Zionist Apartheid Israel — faced with increasing global knowledge of historical realities including the barbaric oppression of Palestinians — finally attempted to confront the deterioration of its image by engaging in public debate but failed because debate as a forum requires presentation of facts that are open to question, unlike the Zionist inspired mainstream media dissemination of propaganda.
Despite pre-Israeli election and ongoing current pronouncements by Israeli government ministers denouncing the concept of a “two-state solution” and claiming “ . . . this land is ours. All of it is ours . . . ” it has been business as usual for Western political leaders whose first allegiance to an Apartheid war criminal state has remained unwavering. Even U.S. President Obama’s feigned and much mainstream media-hyped displeasure at Benjamin Netanyahu’s pre-election pledge of “If I'm elected, there will be no Palestinian state” was short-lived when a few days later Obama approved the sale of 19 “stealth” aircraft at a cost of $2.7 billion which will be deducted from U.S. aid funds to Israel. As U.S. largesse to Israel continues to increase to possibly as much as $4.5 billion per year thanks to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s control of Congress, some 50 million Americans are living below the poverty line with with 47 million of them receiving food stamps.
So while shyster Western political leaders are allowed to spend billions of taxpayer money to preserve the concept of democracy — but in reality waging wars at Israel’s behest and on Israel’s behalf — by fighting an unending “War On Terror” that obliterates community infrastructures and murders millions of innocent civilians in Middle Eastern countries, the taxpayers’ democratic rights of access to the true facts, freedom of choice and speech, and the the right protest and freedom of association are undemocratically thwarted in so-called Western democracies by Zionist-initiated legislation that criminalises criticism, boycott, or sanctions — as was applied against South Africa’s Apartheid — against Israel whose Apartheid policies are far more barbaric and in violation of many more international laws.
There was no finer example of subservient acquiescence to the Zionist Jewish lobby by Western leaders than the vomit-inducing spectacle of them linking arms in a Paris unity rally following the Charlie Hebdo shooting which was probably an Israeli false flag operation designed to stem recent events including a spate of what many people regarded as being long overdue decisions recognising the historical existence of a Palestinian people who were deserving of justice, human rights, and a state of their own. Such decisions — despite furious Israeli threats accompanied by the obligatory reminders of the Holocaust — had recently included recognition of Palestinian statehood by a number of European nations; the provision of Palestinian observer status at the International Criminal Court (ICC); a vote of recognition by the European parliament; and the Geneva Conventions’ invocation of Palestinian rights by 126 countries urging Israel to halt illegal settlement construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The Geneva Conventions which govern the rules of war and military occupation had not on that occasion been attended by Australia, Canada, or the U.S.A. — countries whose far from exemplary past colonial governance had included racial discrimination, rampant exploitation, and heartless ill-treatment of indigenous populations which in some cases could be termed as genocide.
Yet months earlier when Israel with its usual arrogance and impunity pounded the defenceless and hapless civilian inhabitants Gaza, not a single one of our fine upstanding defenders of democracy and human rights had either the humanity or courage to utter one word of condemnation. The violent murder of innocent people irrespective of who or where they are is reprehensible as was indeed the case with the Charlie Hebdo shooting which apparently deserved far more media attention and global condemnation than the wanton death and destruction described in the following link: