posted on Jan, 24 2013 @ 02:58 AM
To get back to the topic, the difference between Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism: Zionism CAUSES Anti-Semitism. Anti-Zionism really hopes to protect
Jews from Semitism.
It should be rather obvious but most of us have been exposed to special interest sponsored propaganda since childhood. So let me point out that, even
from a Zionist perspective, taking over somebody else's country, just like war and killing in general, will, must cause hate. This is undeniable.
Since Zionism causes Anti-Semitism, Anti-Semitism must be a desirable result (or, at least, not an undesirable result) for those who created Zionism.
Otherwise the creators would have to be short-sighted which is impossible if they are executing God's will.
Question: Why would the creators of Zionism want to provide fuel to foster the hate? God chose the Jewish people to be leaders, to accomplish great
works of science art and culture, and to suffer. That is why the Jews had to suffer from Anti-Semitism for thousands of years. However, the conditions
today have changed. We have higher awareness, more integration and diversity, better rule of law, and we have the means to keep people informed
through media. In this "new" world, you may expect that expulsions and other forms of mistreatment by government officials based on religions would
become impossible to support. In other words, Anti-Semitism would die out - if the fire was not fueled sufficiently to continue. That is the purpose
Next Question: What is the purpose for the creators of Zionism to perpetuate Anti-Semitism? The fight against (or shall we call it "war on")
Anti-Semitism is like the "war against terror". It can be used world-wide, and indefinitely, as a tool to control people.
God also made a covenant with the LAND of Israel. This is where the chosen people must live. From a Zionist perspective, the military of the chosen
people CAN force other people to move out of the chosen land to make it available. But God must rule over the whole earth. This can be accomplished by
controlling who will be allowed, or prevented, to get positions of power in ALL governments of the world.
Notice that, according to judeo-christian beliefs, sins will be forgiven. The only criteria to be accepted by God is "faith". How does one know
somebody else's faith? Religions do it by requiring performance of daily or weekly ceremonies, as well as on special occasions. How do governments do
it? Pledge of Allegiance, National Hymns, controlling the access to information about the government, seemingly democratic elections. And how can the
"faith" in a Zionist-led world government be controlled? By ensuring that the candidates for positions of power agree with the "war on
Last Question: How does it benefit Zionists? The benefit for Zionists is that they can do anything with impunity. Criticizing a Jewish person for his
political opinions is, like criticizing Israel's foreign policy, bordering on Anti-Semitism, according to Zionist standards. And while it is not
quite illegal in most places, it is made clear to politicians, who want to continue their career, that they better not speak out against Zionism
"above their breath", as President Wilson put it. From the Zionist perspective, those who support Zionism support the works of God. The "tool" to
distinguish and enforce the difference between those who do and those who don't is through persecution of those whose criticize Zionism for being an
To sum it up, the difference is that Anti-Semitism is a tool used and fostered by Zionists to perpetuate their control over governments, whereas
Anti-Zionism is reasoned argument that opposes Zionism, thereby defending the interests of impartial Jewish people.