The Miracle of Zionism

"Israel is the only nation in the world that is governing itself in the same territory, under the same name, and with the same religion and same language as it did 3,000 years ago." - Historian Barbara Tuchman

"Israel is the only nation on the face of the earth that was created by a sovereign act of God" - Pastor John Hagee

"All things are mortal but the Jew; all other forces pass, but he remains. What is the secret of his immortality?" - Author / Atheist, Mark Twain (long before the Holocaust and Israeli-Jewish statehood)

"They are the most glorious nation that ever inhabited this Earth. The Romans and their Empire were but a Bauble in comparison of the Jews. They have given religion to three quarters of the Globe and have influenced the affairs of Mankind more, and more happily, than any other Nation ancient or modern." - President John Adams - His 1808 response letter criticizing the depiction of Jews by the French Enlightenment philosopher Voltaire.

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

The Gentile Nations Versus Israel

Israel is the only nation to be singled out and challenged at the United Nations’ podium to nationally defend before all the nations of the world, the words of the God of Israel.

In October 1973, Yakov Malik, the Soviet ambassador to United Nations was representing his superpower nation when he made the following statement: “The Zionist have come forth with the theory of the chosen people, an absurd ideology. That is religious racism”. In his statement, Yakov Malik was calling God a racist from the United Nations’ pulpit. His statement was actually a racist statement against the Jewish religion and the sacred writings of the Holy Bible without knowing the Jewish-Judaism concept of what it means to be the chosen people, which is not racial superiority as Yakav Malik wanted to believe it meant. Through his political attack on the religion of Judaism and the Bible, we can see how the world political systems are directly tied into spiritual realities, for Malik placed together a supposedly political issue of Zionism along the religious topic of Israel being “chosen of God”.

Why would he combine a political and religious subject matter during a totally secular form, and at the United Nations of all places? He then described this spiritual aspect of being “chosen of God” as being politically-incorrect with overtones of charging Judaism as a religion of evil. While being emotionally charged by his anti-Semitic hatred, the Soviet ambassador went on to challenge the Israeli ambassador “to prove to the world” that the Jews are the chosen people of God. I wonder why there has never been any of the Christian nations of the world challenged by an ambassador of the world powers to prove they were the spiritual seed of Abraham, or that they are indeed the "elected of God" as the New Testament scripture states (I Peter 2:9)?

Also, why hasn't there been any Muslim government officials challenged by another government at the United Nations to prove any statement from their Koran or hadith concerning the Muslims replacing the Jews as the "chosen people" (sura 3:110)? Why is the tiny nation of Israel the only nation to be challenged in such a manner? There has to be some sort of an answer to this puzzling question.

On November 10, 1975 the UN General Assembly overwhelming approved the Resolution 3379 that proclaimed Zionism, to be “racism”! It is hard to understand the reasoning behind the UN’s decision of this when one considers the history of the United Nations. The United Nations voted in-favor on a Jewish State (a state-government operated by and for the Jewish people) in Palestine on November 29, 1947. Therefore, one would think that the United Nations was indeed in favor of a Jewish State. Apparently in the eyes of the United Nations it was acceptable for the Jewish people to have a state but not to add any spiritual significance into Jews coming to live within that Jewish state which is what Zionism is all about, and if they do, they will be considered racist!

A need for a Jewish safe haven after the Holocaust was the mindset behind the UN’s recognition for the birth of the Jewish secular state four years after the world war had ended in 1949. But twenty-six years later, if any Jew wished to take up the UN’s offer of the only Jewish safe haven in the world, he became a racist according to the UN! This vote of equating Zionism with racism that was passed by over a 2 to 1 margin (72-35) speaks volumes of how the United Nations views the rights of self-determination for the Jewish people in Israel and around the world. It is saying that if you are a Jew living outside of Israel, don’t move to the only place in the world where your people make up the majority of citizens and have a self-ruling government, and if you are a Jew living in Israel, do not do so for the sake of Zion, which is your ancient and spiritual heritage.

For Zion's sake will I not hold my peace, and for Jerusalem's sake I will not rest, until the righteousness thereof go forth as brightness, and the salvation thereof as a lamp that burneth. - Isaiah 62:1

On December 16, 1991 the UN General Assembly repealed anti-Semitic Resolution 3379. For some reason it took them sixteen years to figure out their resolution was too revealing of their true intent for the Jews of the world. At this point one might have thought that the UN finally grew some brains and discarded some of their anti-Semitic hatred. Always remember one thing about hatred towards God; that hatred may transform into another expression but it never goes away - it can’t!

About six years after Resolution 3379 was repealed, the “United Nation World Conference Against Racism” was proposed in 1997. This conference was set up in four stages and in four different regions from around the world including: Europe, Africa, South America, and Asia. Each region was to come up with their own declaration against racism along with a plan of action. The four regions would then combined their declarations into one final draft declaration against racism at the United Nation World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa in 2001.

However, the fourth regional conference that was held in Tehran, Iran in February 2001 excluded just one UN member from participation which was supposedly contrary to the United Nations own procedures and principles (based on equality of all of its members) and international due process. Before I let the cat out of the bag as to what UN member was excluded, keep in mind that this was a world-wide conspired declaration against what? Racism! And here we have the whole stinking conference already excluding a fellow UN member due to race and religion! Can you even begin to image the hypocrisy?

I know you are wreaking your brain right now trying to figure out just what country could have possibly been unjustly discriminated against during this united world effort against racism of all things. Well, let me give you another little hint on this quiz (and of course I’m being facetious): The place from where this certain UN member was barred from participation in a conference against racism, (Tehran, Iran) was the same exact place where the president of Iran declared four years later in 2005 that this same UN barred member should be wiped off the map! How about that for working for a world without racism? And just what came out of this world effort against racism during its righteous conference you might ask?

What was the central theme at the grand finally conference in Durban, South Africa in September 2001? According to the conference participates, the world’s racist problem is solely due to the existence Israel and the way to fix the world’s racist problem is to dismantle Israel. There you have it, destroy Israel and world problems such as racism which are caused by the existence of Israel to begin with, goes away. This is a reoccurring theme among the world Jew-hater organizations and Jew-hater government institutions as was seen in Nazi Germany.

In this conference, Israel was accused of everything from carrying out: “holocausts, genocide, apartheid, to crimes against humanity, and of course, Zionism was characterized not only as racist but as a violent movement of racist supremacy and even Anti-Semitic itself! Just in case you didn’t know, God-haters and anti-Semites often reflect their own inner selves in their accusations against Jews.

Just one such example of this self-reflecting of victim / villain role switch was the Iranian leader Ahmadinejad at a pro-Palestinian rally in Tehran in October, 2006. Ahmadinejad, after supplying and supporting the Iranian-based terrorist organization of Hezbollah in their unprovoked attack on Israeli civilians in July and August 2006, charged the Israeli government as “a group of terrorists”. Hamas leaders has many times charged the Israelis as “Nazis” enough though Hitler’s Mein Kamph continues to be a high seller among the Palestinian and other Islamic peoples.

It was just four days later after this United Nation (Israel / Jew-bashing) conference on racism had ended in Durban that nineteen Jew-hating inspired Muslims killed 2819 innocent people on September 11, 2001 in what now is known as "9/11". How is that for timing? Just when the nations untied together in accusing Israel and Zionism of racial evil, Muslims gets the world’s attention by their Islamic "holy acts" of martyrdom to their Allah-god! I wonder if those nineteen terrorist of 9/11 and the many who assisted them felt more or less inspired about what they was planning to do after the outcome of the United Nation conference of racism?

In October 2003, just two years later after the Durban conference, a European Union survey was conducted at the request of the European Union Commission. Hundreds of people were surveyed from each of the EU's member nations which included 15 countries. The survey revealed that 59% of all Europeans believed that Israel is the greatest threat to world peace and is in-fact the most dangerous country on the earth. A year before that survey in 2002 a British survey was done by the Daily Telegraph revealed that the British public views Israel as one of the five “least friendly”, “least beautiful”, and “least deserving of international respect”. O yes, it is the presence Jews that causes even the land to be abhorred.

In September 2006, after Hezbollah unprovoked and out of the blue, entered into Israel’s sovereign UN recognized borders and killed eight Israeli servicemen and captured two more, and then started a 34-day racket barrage that sent nearly 4000 rockets into Israeli population centers, the Non-Aligned Movement that consist of 118 nations finished their summit in Cuba. The finial declaration of this 118 nation summit from mostly the African and South American continents consisted of two parts:
1. The condemnation of Israel for defending herself, by which the unprovoked Hezbollah kidnapping and rocket aggression upon non-military men, women, children, senior citizens, and infants was never cited.
2. Support of Iran’s nuclear ambitions (that would eventually include a strike on Israel) which should be resolved under the politically correct wording “peaceful resolution”.

Questions:
  • Why does the European, Middle-Eastern, African, and South American societies have such views toward tiny Israel? Is it because of Israel’s past history of starting several wars? No, that couldn’t be it because Israel never has started a war, they usually finished them!
  • Is it because Israel has threatened to blow other nation off the map with its nuclear weapon capabilities? No, Israel never has done that either, even to the other nations that has threatened them in this same exact manner.
  • Maybe these societies feel hostile toward Israel because the Israelis are always marching by the tens of thousands in Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Natanya, and Elat while wearing Klue Klux Klan like-alike hoods on their faces and burning another country’s flag, with shouts of destruction for that county whose flag they were burning, while camouflage-wearing Jewish children carry symbolic suicide bombs strapped around them? No, that couldn’t be it either. Even if Israel did do something like that, they would only be copying what all the Muslim countries around them who do to show their hatred towards Israel. And since these kind of activities are not condemned by the Europeans and other nations when the Muslim nations do it (such as Iran and the Palestinians), then surely the Europeans who view Israel as the most dangerous threat to world peace wouldn’t be bias against the Israelis for such activities?
  • Maybe it’s because Judaism teaches their Jewish children to murder Gentiles in their children’s school text books and on Israeli ran TV children shows? Perhaps its because the Jewish mothers are encouraged to pass out candy with big smiles on their faces when their sons and daughters pull off a suicide mission killing as many Arab-Gentiles as possible? No, that’s not it either. Judaism doesn’t try to blend-in with Islam by mimicking its teachings along with the Palestinian culture of death being transmitted to children who can barely talk. > http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/1729.htm and http://memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP157707
  • Since we know the Europeans would never discriminate against the Jews of Israel without good cause, maybe the Europeans had a slip of the tongue when they voted that “Israel” was the most dangerous country in the world? Maybe they really meant to say it was Iran, Syria, or North Korea was the most dangerous country in the world since these countries hate Israel and the West and who would like nothing more than to see the annihilation of both Israel and America as they push for nuclear capabilities? One thing we know for sure is that the Jewish nation of Israel being viewed as most dangerous nation on earth by the Europeans was not due to the same European anti-Semitism that laid the foundation for the Holocaust. We know that is just not possible given their long history concerning the Jews. - I’m sorry, but sometimes being facetious makes more of a point than simply stating a simply fact.
After pondering these mysteries of world Israel / Jew hatred for approximately 2.4 seconds, I have came up with a suggestion, though it may just be a tiny bit of a radical one. Maybe, just maybe, a little bit of good old fashion “Nazism” has never left Europe? Maybe Hitler’s mindset still lingers around all over Europe? Maybe, just maybe, Hitler’s willing executioners of Europe gave birth to second generation of European willing executioners? Maybe Nazi agendas has taken hold on most the world governments?

Tell me that the lingering effects of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion that Hitler loved so much and that is still highly read in European countries, had no influence in this European anti-Israel survey! Tell me that Mein Kampf that is a best-seller in most all Muslims countries (I have heard second to only the Koran) have no bearing on the Muslim mind! Tell me that 1900 years of Christian anti-Semitic history has played no roll in the Europeans deciding what country is the most dangerous in their minds today. Go ahead and try Mr. Jew-hating European, please try!

A good way to evaluate the European’s decision on what country is the most dangerous in the world, is to ask the question, in whose company would they be welcomed by their decision, and just what kind of individuals would be in agreement with the Europeans that took this survey? For instance, how would Adolph Hitler himself had answered the exact same survey with the exact same questions if he was alive today? How would the leaders of the terrorist organization such as Hamas, Hezbolah, Islamic Jihad, and Al Queda vote if they had taken the survey? How would a man that has carried for years the title as the FBI’s Most Wanted have voted on such a survey? That's right, how would Osama bin Laden himself have voted on this same exact survey? I rest my case!

I wonder just how many of those 59% Europeans who deemed Israel as the most dangerous country in the world, and the average Muslim in any of the Islamic lands would fully support the following statement if it was unknown or even known to them who made the statement: "The Jew’s life… a parasite in the body of other nations" - Adolf Hitler

The Israeli columnist Amnon Lord wrote in 2002, Anyone following the world press, especially the British and European, would reach the inevitable conclusion that the Israelis are the enemies of humanity.” It isn’t hard to prove that Lord’s statement couldn’t have been more true and not coming from a bias Israeli. Five years after Lord's statement on April 13, 2007 the UK's National Union of Journalists (NUJ) voted 66 to 54 for a boycott of Israeli goods at their annul meeting. Their reason for such a boycott? To protest against Israel in fighting Lebanon war and oppressing the Gaza Palestinians.

That’s right, the Israelis according the NUJ are oppressing the Gaza Palestinians by pulling out every Jewish soul of Gaza (making Gaza in the words of Nazi Germany, Judenrein) just twenty months earlier and according to the NUJ, Israel continues to oppress the Gaza Palestinians by receiving rocket fire from the Gaza Palestinians that land on Israel's inside-the-green-line cities!

According the the NUJ, Israel has also oppressed the Lebanese government by receiving 4,000 rockets that hit many Jewish cites and population centers and then having the audacity to militarily respond in defense at such rocket attacks. Therefore the NUJ in all of its media power, wishes to pressure the British government to impose sanctions on Israel and not the unprovoked Palestinian and Lebanese rocket firers who seek only Jewish civilian deaths!

I would like to add to Lord’s quote by stating the fact that: Anyone who follows the teachings of the Koran and the Islamic hadith would reach the same inevitable conclusion as anyone following the world press - that the Jews are indeed the enemies of humanity. Isn’t it a strange coincidence that Hitler, Islam, and the world media are united on this issue of the Jews and their role in humanity? I spiritually don’t think so. There is no doubt that there is a spiritual law involved in this phenomenon. Maybe, just maybe, it has something to do with them being chosen of God?

For thou art an holy people unto YHVH thy God, and YHVH hath chosen thee to be a peculiar people unto Himself, above all the nations that are upon the earth.
-Deuteronomy 14:2

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