The writer Arthur Koestler alleged in a book (in The Thirteenth Tribe), that modern Ashkenazi Jews are of Khazarian ancestry rather than Semitic. According to Bernard Lewis:
This theory... is supported by no evidence whatsoever. It has long since been abandoned by all serious scholars in the field, including those in Arab countries, where the Khazar theory is little used except in occasional political polemics.
DNA studies demonstrate that Ashkenazi Y-Chromosome Jews originated in Middle Eastern populations,  as has the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) of at least 40% of the current Ashkenazi population. So although Khazars might have been absorbed into the Jewish population it is unlikely that they formed a large percentage of the ancestors of modern Ashkenazim. 
At this point it doesn't seem to matter though considering that all of the sephardic Jews have all moved to Israel, for the most part. While you may consider zionism to be an overall negative, I think that most of the sephardic refugees who were forced out of their respective countries might disagree.
As for your assertion that most Jews are not in favor of Zionism, that's just retarded. There is a movement among the Satmars that's anti-zionist but the largest group of Hasidim, the Lubavachers, are not. Neither are Reform, Conservative or Modern Orthodox movements. Certainly most American Jews are not anti-zionist. I think you're reading between the lines on most of these links you put up, buddy. Your tin foil hat may be misaligned.
If you'll look at my earlier posts you'll see that a blood tie to Israel is not what is important. As you said, Judaism is not a race. Israel was formed to be primarily a refuge from anti-semitism. It was formed in Palestine both because of the strong cultural and historic ties that the religion has to that land as well as because of the population of Jews who were already and have always lived there. The blood tie is not the paramount thing here. It is the cultural history. (But it isn't as though you've exactly disproved the ashkenaz blood tie, now, is it?)
Your ideas on race are technically correct, but that isn't how the world works. Race is a social construction. Just because there is not any real genetic borderlines between black or white is cold comfort to folks who have found themselves at the wrong end of a slave trade because of it. Ultimately it is because of this perceived difference that zionism took root in order to fill a need.
But it doesn't matter much anyway. None of the links you provided came close to supporting your theories.
It might be interesting for you to discover which entities were behind both the revolution in Russia and the creation of Israel and how those two events have conspired and or abused to create a century of bloodshed and violence.
Ahhhh. So we aren't talking about Zionism after all, are we? We're talking about Jews. Big surprise.