reply to post by Pythein
No apology necessary, it seems that not all people are as fond of reading posts which have come before as wcitizen on this thread for instance, and
some others like to do.
If the work mentioned is to exist by being released after Israel's failure in finding a Two-State solution with the oppressed people of Palestine; it
will look like the following:
"The 13 Khawdash Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion" come as a collection of loose sheets or file of documents, the paper of
which has been dated to be 60 years old, hand-written in Hebrew. Again, tests on the ink have come back inconclusive, but search for micro-fractures
on the surface of the paper have come back as negative.
After close and expert translation by an individual named, Mordechai Jakubowski, 23 protocols have been identified and I have published them in a pdf
file document, which became a book.
"The 13 Khawdash Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion" are therefore 60 years old, and therefore are not the book you are
refering too, which has been linked by a member earlier in the thread. There are no links, and no copies of this original, 60 year-old work I have in
my possession, from what I know.
Doing the quick math, it would suggest that the work dates to circa, post WWII. A very interesting period for the world, I'm sure you'll agree.
Having said all that, you will therefore understand that indeed, very much like the Hitler Diaries, this work's existence is very much still in
question. The primary reason I saught to have tests carried out is to begin to prove authenticity, independently. The results of these tests will be
published, along with photographs of the original documents and the translated pdf book in English.
On the matter of your most recent post:
Admittedly, the peace was long in finding, people on both sides were heavily scarred and looking for an opportunity to end the violence. "Plain
sailing"... since... no! Agreed! But from the side of the IRA, the extremists are not finding purchase in the traditional approach and heartland.
People are largely enjoying peace; the youth coming up in the old conflict areas are not being brainwashed with old animosities by old, hardcore
People around the world like to show what's bad about America's Empirical ways, but a great example of the United States power in the world is so
readily available to observe right there in Northern Ireland. And it's with the teenagers: Whether Irish Catholic or Protestant Loyalist, the young
aren't divided by their heritage so much as they are united by their appetite for the latest iphone or highest online role playing game score. The
promoters of violence, and I'm sure both sides have them, are just ineffective against this "freedom" America offers the youth and the world. As an
aside, the only pity for me is that this "freedom" isn't more renewable or green.
But I will not accept your view, and of course you are entitled to furnish this thread with it -- that 'continued hostilites were no longer
benefitting anyone'. They were benefitting those in power. My view is that a greater power could be discerned by both sides, in a shared but real
seat of power, at the Northern Ireland Assembly, which was found by the "Good Friday" Agreement.
What a wonderful example of peace being found by two old enemies. You just have to notice from the coverage of Queen Elizabeth's visit - and that she
even made the visit - to Ireland recently -- the positive reaction people on both sides shared. In fact, a small, embarassing minority bunch were
hardly even heard, and there was absolutely no reports of major violent conflict before or after her visit.
Also, from an outsider looking in with the same information you are likely to have, I don't see how instability benefits anyone in the Holy Land
anymore -- except perhaps the handful of Palestinian smugglers who control the tunnels in the West Bank - and on the other side - some naive,
ideologically mislead Jewish religious students, who seek to find themselves by hanging out at contentious settlements, perhaps believing they are
holding down the fort against the "invaders".
Palestians are populating at a much greater speed than the Israeli people, and by the time they catch up, the Israeli people want enough land to
remain prosperous at a similar population, I would suggest. You know this already, surely. Furthermore, the Palestinians won't acknowledge that the
land of Israel is sanctioned by G_D.
Israeli people are tired of the being bombed, and want peace. Latest numbers point to some 70+ percent in favour of peace.
I am not in a position to expand upon the second part of your last paragraph, in your most recent post.
It is ground which is just far too fragile to cover, and I will only come back to my threat:
The Learned Elders of Zion must lobby the Israeli government to find a peaceful solution in the Middle East through the accomodation of a Two-State
solution, which in my view, and there's also, I hope -- is a far more suitable outcome than the release of "The 13 Khawdash Protocols of the
Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion" -- to a worldwide audience.
Again, through detailed and intelligent questioning you have allowed me to show the fairness of my proposition. Thank you for that.
But in conclusion, alow me to recapture some of the flourish the former United States President Bill Clinton, brought to his presidency and indeed
spread in Northern Ireland as peace, by paraphrasing his speech; that what is bad about America is that which can be fixed by what is good about
Peace be with you,