posted on May, 6 2012 @ 05:28 AM
Zionism must undergo a certain revision of its core ideas. Herzl, and even Zhabotinsky, opined that Jews and Arab can coexist on the same land. After
64 years of trying to establish that, it is clear that this is not going to happen. Rather, Zionism must assume a more radical form: a Jewish state
must maintain a formidable Jewish majority, and is therefore entitled to transfer and/or exterminate whatever foreigners (e.g. Arabs) happen to
temporarily reside on the land allotted to the Jewish state by the Jews themselves. However, that's by far a minor issue compared to the major affair
Israel has to face: is the Jewish state going to become a theocracy, or not? Again, when the core notions of Zionism are under revision, it must be
made clear that passive opposition to the spread of the religious cancer, as Herzl suggested, is not enough. Active measures against religion, i.e.
the destruction of Synagogues (and, of course, other houses of deity-worship), the coercion of atheism upon all the individuals of the Israeli
society, the prohibition of wearing religious dress and teaching religion, and any other anti-religious measure possible, must be adopted with
zestfully. Next, Israel has to be Westernized: all non-Western elements (which are: Eastern "tradition", Eastern culture, and Eastern mentality)
must be dismantled to the bone and dissolved into Western practices. As for the management of the economy: certain basic Socialist convictions must
remain, but otherwise, Capitalism is a blessing to Israel.
Israel has to be Arab-free, atheist, Western, and moderately Capitalist, in order to survive. Old Zionism has outlived itself. It ought to be replaced
with a fundamentalist, "fanatical" if you like, form of Zionist thought.