…by Jonas E. Alexis
The US State department has recently released a stunning reporting saying that Palestinians are driven by a “lack of hope,” which precipitates violence in the region. It states:
“Continued drivers of violence included a lack of hope in achieving Palestinian statehood, Israeli settlement construction in the West Bank, settler violence against Palestinians in the West Bank, the perception that the Israeli government was changing the status quo on the Haram Al Sharif/Temple Mount, and IDF tactics that the Palestinians considered overly aggressive.”
The report continues:
“The PA has taken significant steps during President Abbas’ tenure (2005 to date) to ensure that official institutions in the West Bank under its control do not create or disseminate content that incites violence. While some PA leaders have made provocative and inflammatory comments, the PA has made progress in reducing official rhetoric that could be considered incitement to violence.
“Explicit calls for violence against Israelis, direct exhortations against Jews, and categorical denials by the PA of the possibility of peace with Israel are rare and the leadership does not generally tolerate it. In April, President Abbas condemned an attack on a Jerusalem bus and said he was against all forms of terrorist activity that affect Israelis and Palestinians.”
Of course, the reported created a firestorm of controversy. The Zionist Kingdom has denounced it as anti-Semitic. It is hateful, they said; it is hateful to say that the Zionist machine is contributing to the demise of the preservation of humanity. But it is not hateful for Israel to spy and conduct black operations in the US and elsewhere; it is not hateful for Israel to expel Palestinians from their villages and families; it is not hateful to continue to maltreat those Palestinians.
We are again and again confronted with an inexorable fact: the Zionist Kingdom will never address the central issue precisely because that would ruin the essentially Talmudic ideology, which basically says that Israel has to operate outside the moral and political order. They don’t like people to spy on them, but they very much want to eavesdrop on virtually everyone on the planet. Consider this.
After more than six years of spying on Muslim neighborhoods, the New York Police Department with the help of the CIA admitted that they have never found a trace of evidence that would lead them to anything suspicious.
There are a number of plausible explanations. Perhaps the Muslims are very skilled in outsmarting the NYPD and the CIA. Perhaps the NYPD and the CIA are not competent in pursuing such activities. Or perhaps, as we have argued elsewhere, the media have exaggerated Muslim terrorism in America. The first two scenarios obviously are unlikely.
The Zionist Kingdom has obviously used the media to perpetuate their own agenda, and the fact that the State Department has written a long report on how the Palestinians are being mistreated by the Israeli regime shows that US officials know that Israel is a problem child. The State Department again states:
“As part of a policy codified in 2003, the PA provided financial packages to Palestinian security prisoners released from Israeli prisons in an effort to reintegrate them into society and prevent recruitment by hostile political factions.”
The Palestinian authorities, says the State Department, have adopted a modest view of the political situation, while Israel has refused to take responsibility for much of the chaos in the region. For example, In December 2012 Israel “inflamed both Palestinians and the global community” by planning to add three thousand new settlements in Jerusalem and the West Bank. European countries were upset. America was no exception.
Four hundred American rabbis and cantors saw that this could provoke reprisals, including a disconnection between the US and Israel. But Netanyahu told the entire world that he will continue to build, ignoring the international community. Not only that, the Prime Minister moved on to declare that he planned on building more in the next four years. That’s not all. After the November Gaza Strip debacle, Haaretz declared how Israel has been destroying the Gazans:
“Since the beginning of the year, Israel has destroyed 35 rainwater cisterns used by Palestinian communities, 20 of them in the area of Hebron and the southern Hebron Hills. In 2011, Israel destroyed 15 cisterns, and in the preceding 18 months, 29. In many of these cases ancient cisterns were destroyed that had served the forefathers of the inhabitants of these communities.
“Recently, they have been restored with European assistance. The cisterns show the continuity of Palestinian habitation long before 1948….Leaving Palestinian communities disconnected from infrastructure, declaring large areas as firing zones and destroying cisterns are part of an intentional policy since the early 1970s. Its goal is to leave as few Palestinians as possible in the majority of the West Bank (today’s Area C, under Israeli civil and military control), to expedite Jewish settlement and thus make it easier to annex these areas to Israel.”
But no one dares sanction Israel, and if you even report what is actually taking place, you are by definition a vicious anti-Semite.
After the intifada in 2001, Netanyahu visited a group of families in a village in Ofra, which is located in the northern West Bank. During a conversation, Netanyahu declared how he planned to deal with the Palestinians:
“To hit them. Not just one blow, but blows that are so painful that the price will be too heavy to be borne. The price is not too heavy to be borne, now. A broad attack on the Palestinian Authority. To bring them to the point of being afraid that everything is collapsing…”
One woman in the family asked: “Wait a moment, but then the world will say ‘how come you’re conquering again?” Netanyahu responded, “The world won’t say a thing. The world will say we’re defending.” The woman: “Aren’t you afraid of the world, Bibi?” Netanyahu: “Especially today, with America. I know what America is. America is something that can easily be moved. Moved to the right direction.”
Suppose the vast majority of the Zionist regime turns its back on Israel? Bibi responded, “So let’s say they say something. So they said it! They said it! 80% of the Americans support us. It’s absurd. We have that kind of support…Look. That administration [Clinton] was extremely pro-Palestinian. I wasn’t afraid to maneuver there. I was not afraid to clash with Clinton.”
There you have it. Netanyahu knows that he is manipulating US politicians. And US politicians know that they are Israel’s puppets. This is straight out of Zionism.
 See Zeev Sternhell, The Founding Myths of Israel (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1998); Ilan Pappe, The Forgotten Palestinians: A History of the Palestinians in Israel (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2011); Benny Morris, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee: Problem Revisited (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003); Ilan Pappe, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (London: One World Pub., 2007); Benny Morris, 1948: A History of the First Arab-Israeli War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008).
 Zvi Bar’el, “A Good Jew Hates Arabs,” Haaretz, Aug. 22, 2012
 Adam Goldman and Matt Aquzzo, “NYPD: Muslim Spying Led to No Leads, Terror Cases,” Washington Times, Aug. 21, 2012.
 Tovah Lazaroff, “EU: Treaties with Israel Apply only to Pre-’67 Lines,” Jerusalem Post, December 11, 2012.
 Mark Landler, “For Obama, Difficult Timing of an Israeli Plan is Nothing New,” NY Times, November 30, 2012
 “More than 400 Jewish Clergy in US Press Netanyahu on E1,” Haaretz, Dec. 18, 2012.
 “Netanyahu: I Will Ignore UN Censure Over J’lem Construction,” Jerusalem Post, Dec. 22, 2012; “Netanyahu Vows to Continue Illegal Settlement Activity,” Russia Today, Dec. 23, 2012
 “Netanyahu: I’ll Strengthen Settlements During Next 4 Years,” Jerusalem Post, Dec. 25, 2012.
 “Drying Out the Palestinians,” Haaretz, December 10, 2012.
 Justin Raimondo, “Caught on Tape: What the Israelis Really Think of Us,” Antiwar.com, Jul. 19, 2010.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
We See The World From All Sides and Want YOU To Be Fully InformedIn fact, intentional disinformation is a disgraceful scourge in media today. So to assuage any possible errant incorrect information posted herein, we strongly encourage you to seek corroboration from other non-VT sources before forming educated opinion. In addition, to get a clear comprehension of VT's independent non-censored media, please read our Policies and Disclosures.
Due to the nature of uncensored content posted by VT's fully independent international writers, VT cannot guarantee absolute validity. All content is owned by the author exclusively. Expressed opinions are NOT necessarily the views of VT, other authors, affiliates, advertisers, sponsors, partners, or technicians. Some content may be satirical in nature. All images are the full responsibility of the article author and NOT VT. About VT - Comment Policy
Comments are closed.