Many people don’t know that when it comse to hatred – the Zionist propagandists have elephant’s memory. The latest example of such species I recently found in Philologos at Jewish daily Forward (Agust 10, 2011). Philologos is still chasing his fellow Jew Dr. Richard Falk for later’s publishing a cartoon showing a dog wearing ‘Star of Zion’ leading Uncle Sam to war on Libya.
Dr. Falk had removed the cartoon from his website immediately once he smelled the skunk and even posted an apology to his tribe. However, Philologos is not happy with all that. He writes that “a self-hating Jew” label doesn’t describe Dr. Falk fully, who is in the bad habit of issuing pro-Palestinian UN human rights reports. Philologos suggests that Dr. Falk should be called “Jüdischer selbsthass” or “Jewish self-hatred”. This term was coined and proposed by Jewish German writer Anton Kuh to expand Theodor Herzl’s definition of non-Jewish anti-Semites. In fact, if someone read the writings of Herzl and other top Zionist writers, he will them to be more Jew-haters than all the non-Jews put together.
“It’s hard to imagine a Richard Falk, a Noam Chomsky, a Jacqueline Rose or others of their ilk feeling love for the Jewish people or losing any sleep over the people’s fate. What they’re enamored by is their image of themselves as Jews who have the moral courage to attack a Jewish state and the moral impunity to do so, which their Jewishness gives them. (“What, me anti-Jewish? I’m a Jew myself!”) Far from being self-hating Jews, they are self-loving Jews of the I’m-not-one-of-you variety. If you can think of a catchier way to put that, let me know,” wrote Philologos.
Dr. Chomsky, born into a Zionist Jewish family who lived on a Jewish kibbutz built on stolen land – is strong critic of US foreign policy but he denies the facts that Israel was behind 9/11 and that AIPAC controls US administrations. He also says that he is a supporter of Israel. Chomsky doesn’t identify himself with Jewishness and prefer to be called ‘humanist’. Jeff Blankfort, an American writer and KZYX Radio host on international affairs, wrote in Chomsky and Palestine: Asset or Liability:
“At the end of the day, it is evident that Chomsky’s affection for Israel, his sojourn on a kibbutz, his Jewish identity, and his early experiences with anti-Semitism to which he occasionally refers have colored his approach to every aspect of Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians and explain his defense of Israel. That is his right, of course, but not to pretend at the same that he is an advocate for justice in Palestine. That same background may also explain his resistance to acknowledging the very obvious power of the pro-Israel lobby over US Middle East policy which he, like many others who share a similar history, interpret as “blaming the Jews,” a most taboo subject. It is, without a doubt, far more comfortable for him and his followers to continue insisting that US support for Israel is based on it being a “strategic asset” for the United States even when an increasing number of mainstream observers who are not linked to AIPAC or the Zionist establishment have judged it to be a liability. Should not Chomsky himself, on the basis of his own statements, be judged as to whether he is an asset or a liability for the Palestinian cause? If they have not already done so, serious supporters of that cause, including Palestinians, need to ask themselves that question”.
Jacqueline Rose, Jewish author, is no enemy of the Zionist entity. She only wants its anti-Arab policies to be humanized. Rose proposes that the link between the Holocaust and the founding of the Jewish state, so often used to justify Israel’s policies, needs to be rethought in terms of the shame felt by the first leaders of the nation toward their own European history.
Lenni Brenner, a renowned Zionist historian, wrote an open letter to Benji Netyanahu early this month, saying:
“You recently addressed America’s Congress. Many Americans support some of your positions. But few can outline your Likud Party’s politics beyond your speech, or know anything about its history. Revisionist Zionism is the dominant ideological movement in the party. Indeed your father was secretary to Vladimir Jabotinsky, Revisionism’s founder. But how many American politicians can define Revisionism? How many American Jews have read even one word by Jabotinsky?”
And in conclusion, Israel is NOT a ‘Jewish state’. It’s not even an ‘apartheid state’. United Nations doesn’t recognize it as a ’Jewish state’. It’s a western colonial entity dumped on Palestine to solve Europe’s centuries-old Jewish Problem.
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