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It really seems that Israel has a genocidal plot against the arab world.
Let's assume the Protocols are not a work of fiction. Lets assume hypothetically that is all factual. What do you think the zionists would do about it? Would they not create propaganda to have the "Goyim" think that it is all false? Would they not WANT you to swiftly dismiss it all as a hoax? Food for thought.
Originally posted by ElliotNoir
This is not my field of expertise but i know wrong when i see it. Argue w me if u must. I dont know names off the top of my head but the guy in the video is definitely an asshole. for saying what he said about the arab ppl just coming down from the trees, how can they be civilized? and 2 legged animals yada yada
Zionists and Israeli politicians
It really seems that Israel has a genocidal plot against the arab world. Why do they hate them so? esp when they took everything from them and drove them out of their land. They got what they wanted, what else is it?
Originally posted by ElliotNoir
I am not blaming ALL of Israel or ALL zionist.
Clearly freedom should be allowed people can read the book and come to their own discernment of how to take it into their own Context.
Why Vehemently attack the OP
Are you a paid Zionists Dis-info Agent. Surprised you got so many stars for such a contrived posts Denouncing something you seem to have so much angst for!
Ive watched many dozens of videos like this on ATS. Ive seen hundreds of threads starting with "I am not against Jews, just against Zionists". They all follow the same pattern of repackaging old anti-semitic theories as "new" anti-zionist theories. But it remains vague who these "Zionists" actually are.
The World Zionist Organization (Hebrew: ההסתדרות הציונית העולמית), or WZO, was founded as the Zionist Organization (Hebrew: ההסתדרות הציונית), or ZO, in 1897 at the First Zionist Congress, held from August 29 to August 31 in Basel, Switzerland. It changed its name to World Zionist Organization in January 1960. The ZO served as an umbrella organization for the Zionist movement, whose objective was the creation of a Jewish homeland in Palestine - at that time under the Ottoman Empire and following the First World War The British Mandate of Palestine. Theodor Herzl, who with Max Nordau and Zvi Shimshi, organized the first Congress, later wrote in his diary: "If I were to sum up the Congress in a word – which I shall take care not to publish – it would be this: At Basle I founded the Jewish State. If I said this out loud today I would be greeted by universal laughter. In five years perhaps, and certainly in fifty years, everyone will perceive it."
Jews who criticize or oppose Zionism are usually Orthodox and maintain that Israel can only be regained miraculously. They view the present state as a blasphemous human attempt to usurp Gd's role, and they work to dismantle Israel. However, unlike many gentile antiZionists, they firmly believe in the Jewish right to Israel, but only at that future time of redemption. The bestknown of the religious antiZionists are the Neturei Karta. Two common religious grounds are typically given for antiZionism. One is that today's Zionism is a secular Zionism, packed with nonJewish influences, and lacking key features like Moshiach and the rebuilt Temple. Adherents to this position are more on the nonZionist rather than antiZionist side.
There is a dangerous confluence between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, though the two concepts are not always identical. Anti-Zionism is often used to conceal hatred of Jews. Anti-Semitic views can be easily distinguished from legitimate criticism of Israel.
Consider the source. Is the speaker someone with a history of anti-Jewish attitudes? Critics who habitually single out Israel for condemnation while ignoring far worse actions by other countries (especially other Middle Eastern countries) are anti-Semitic. Likening Israel to Nazi Germany, or to traditional anti-Jewish stereotypical behavior is another sure sign of Jew-baiting. Attacks on the merits of Israel's existence rather than individual government policies are anti-Semitic.