Originally posted by bobbylove321
Zionism will become a thing of the past. It's an old belief system trying to exist in the 21st century. This is like a cave man trying to live
amongst us now, he'll simply die out.
Zionism will die out as well.
Although Founding may not realise it and may have purchased the idea that there is no such thing as 'zionism' from a a zionist forum, unilaterally
declaring the death of a word in the midst of a discourse is a ploy to complicate and sabotage debate.
While most interested parties know what zionism is, finding it a word that is suddenly made obsolete is a forced change in processes. It is a bit like
a forced abortion for the mind. These forms of mental gymnastics are usually employed by the morally bankrupt, the sophist and practised liars.
Even though unilaterally declaring a word banished is not necessarily an act of deception as long as it is a natural and consensual process, the
motives behind employing these tactics unilaterally and habitually is indicative of a proficient liar trying to wreck the playing field.
In effect this is a technique used to control an environment for reconditioning the inhabitants as alluded to in George Orwell's 1984 with
'newspeak'. I am not suggesting that Founding necessarily is consciously employing this tactic but it is quite possible that this particular meme
was transferred to him from his peers elsewhere.
An excellent example of this ploy being used to manipulate the mind of an opposition was in full display on PressTV's Islam and Life program. The
subject matter and title of the discussion was the Ethics of Resistance. On the program was Faisal Dawjee a journalist during the struggle against the
apartheid regime in South Africa, Prof Jonathan Rosenhead of BRICUP (academic boycott group) and Yshay Mor an Israeli peace activist.
Prof Rosenhead and the journalist from South Africa discuss the ethics of resistance and its successes in defeating apartheid with boycotts, anti
military conscription campaigns, publicities and demonstrations abroad and at home, both peaceful and violent resistance, the Israeli 'peace
activist' declares all such activities hopeless and the arguments of despair. The guest responded by saying it worked to which Mor then said he is
not an expert on South Africa and that none of these approaches would work in Israel because it would make Israelis paranoid and fearful and refuse to
stop the support for the killing of Palestinians!
The guest then ask what people abroad should do. He responded that they should do nothing and let Israeli peace activists do all the work. The
professor pointed out that in 1982, 200, 000 Israeli peace demonstrators came out at one go and the recent siege in Gaza struggled to bring out less
than 10,000 throughout Israel.
I suggest that the Israeli peace movement is dead and what that's left over are state sanctioned operators occupying the peace movement territory and
are there to kill the last vestiges with disruption tactics similar to the banishing of words. Israel does not want peace.
The link to the program;
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