Sent to [email protected] ; I will follow up by calling York University President Mamdouh Shoukri at 416-736-5200 . Copied to the Excalibur, the newspaper of York University: [email protected] [email protected]
President, York University
1050 Kaneff Tower
4700 Keele Street
Dear Mamdouh Shoukri,
I am appalled at the news that technician Nikolaos Balaskas has been fired from York University for posting anti-Zionist material on his Facebook page.
Zionism is a genocidal ideology. By definition, it seeks to establish a “Jewish State” on Palestinian land. The Zionist project requires the murder or expulsion of most or all Palestinians from their homeland, along with the destruction of Palestinian culture, which is a natural outgrowth of the people’s relationship to their land. This is genocide, physical and cultural, by any definition, including those prevailing under international law. International Law Professor Francis Boyle of the University of Illinois, and (Jewish) history professor Lawrence Davidson of West Chester University, have, taken together, provided the arguments and documentation proving the “Zionism is genocide” equation beyond a reasonable doubt.
Why has your university has fired an employee for opposing genocide?
The group that spied on Balaskas, then terrorized York University into firing him – B’nai Brith Canada – dedicates itself to propagandizing (inciting) for genocide in Occupied Palestine. Incitement to genocide is a very serious crime under international law.
Media outlets that appear to be acting in concert with the genocidal B’nai Brith – and are thus guilty of conspiracy to incite to genocide – have provided examples of the “antisemitic and anti-Zionist” Facebook posts for which Nikolaos Balaskas was fired. I can assure you, based on my extensive scholarly research, that some of these posts are simple statements of undeniable historical truth. Others are historically questionable. I would certainly disagree with a few, or at least urge that they be qualified or re-stated.
But there is one thing that all of Balaskas’s posts have in common: They oppose Zionist orthodoxy. We are left with the inescapable conclusion that Balaskas was fired for opposing genocide.
Let us take some of the Balaskas Facebook posts one by one.
July 24, 2014: 9/11 was a “Zionist attack on New York City…which could not have happened without the full knowledge of high-level American traitors.”
This one is indisputably true – or at least as true as a 23-word statement about a complex historical reality can ever be. Taken together, the scholarship of David Ray Griffin and the journalism of Christopher Bollyn establish beyond a reasonable doubt that 9/11 was a false flag event orchestrated by neoconservative Zionists. For synopses of some of the evidence implicating Zionists in 9/11, click here and here.
July 16, 2014: General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi overthrew the democratically elected government of Egypt, outlawed, imprisoned and killed it leadership and, with the help of Israel, had himself installed as Egypt’s new leader. General al-Sisi was born to a Moroccan Jewish mother, his maternal uncle was a member of Israel’s David Ben Gurion’s political party! According to the Egyptian news media (most of it owned by Zionists), Egypt’s al-Sisi (and Canada’s Stephen Harper) is a “national hero for all Jews” and are helping Israel annihilate Israel’s Semitic brothers and sisters and are both guilty of genocide against Palestine as is fellow Zionist Netanyahu…”
This statement is also very likely true, though with a lower degree of certainty than the previous one. I personally investigated this issue, spoke in person and off-the-record with sources I know to be reliable, and published the article “Jewish Al-Sisi Runs Egypt; Now an Israeli-Occupied Territory” which is probably Balaskas’s source.
July 19, 2014 – “I finished work late on Friday and did not get to bed until 3:30 a.m. Although I was not feeling well this morning (I think I may have caught a cold) and it was dark and raining a lot, I got dressed and headed out to the Israeli Consulate to protest the indiscrimate killings of the Semitic peoples in Gaza by Israeli government forces, supported and encouraged by the U.S. and, very sadly, Canada’s Prime Minister… The building behind me to the right is where the Israeli Consulate is located (on the north side of Bloor Street across from the Royal Ontario Museum). As I was not permitted to approach or enter this building and the pro-Palestinian crowd was getting smaller because of the continuing raIn, I later drove my van back and forth on Bloor Street by the police lines honking my horn in protest…”
Are Zionists “imposter Jews” who are “really followers of the Evil One” ? This is in fact what many leading Islamic scholars, including Sheikh Imran Hosein, believe, based on their extensive study of scripture, history, and current events. Jewish scholars associated with Naturei Karta tend to agree. So even if most Zionists are not conscious satanists, complex and well-documented scholarly arguments support the assertion that Zionism’s historical and ideological roots are in fact satanic. For example, Youssef Hindi’s Occident et Islam marshals evidence that the Zionist movement began not with Herzl in the 19th century, but with the millenarian satanists Shabtai Tzvi and Jacob Frank in the 17th and 18th centuries. These heretics were obviously “imposter Jews” not real Jews; they advocated systematically violating the 10 Commandments (murder! steal! commit adultery!) and orchestrated satanic orgies and human sacrifice ritual abominations in an attempt to “force God’s hand” and compel Him to bring on the Messiah. This “Messiah,” of course, would be a the Antichrist or Dajjal; and the real purpose of Zionism, with its systematic atrocities and big lies desecrating the Holy Land, is to pave the way for the Antichrist to take the throne of world government in Jerusalem…at least according to the interpretations of such scholars as Youssef Hindi and Imran Hosein.
Are Muslims allowed to cite the research and established scholarly views of their most important thinkers on Facebook? Are Christians like Balaskas allowed to study these matters and come to their own conclusions?
Whatever you may think of the work of Youssef Hindi and Imran Hosein – and your opinion only matters to the extent that you have read their books with an open mind – you have the duty to promote free speech and free inquiry at York University. Banning anti-Zionist scholarship and activism at a major North American university is simply unacceptable. You owe Nikolaos Balaskas an apology and reinstatement.
Dr. Kevin Barrett