Palestine’s Martyrdom: The 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Zionist Israeli State
Forgotten Crimes Against Humanity
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Palestine’s Martyrdom: 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Zionist Israeli State
Forgotten Crimes Against Humanity
By Michael Hoffman ©2023
2023 is the 75th anniversary of the Zionist colonization of Palestine in 1948. While it is true that after centuries of victimization, a safe haven for Judaic people against persecution is a worthy and noble cause, it is a catastrophe that a state born from an ideology rooted in racism, bloodshed and hatred, governs by victimizing the natives of the land they have expropriated. The first Israeli prime minister, David Ben Gurion wrote of how “we must expel the Arabs and take their place.”
“The perpetrators of the 1948 ethnic cleansing were the Zionist settlers who came to Palestine before the Second World War, like Polish-born Shimon Peres. They denied the existence of the native people they encountered, who had lived there for hundreds of years, if not more. The Zionists did not possess the power at the time to settle the cognitive dissonance they experienced: their conviction that the land was people-less, despite the presence of so many native Palestinians living there. They almost solved the dissonance when they expelled as many Palestinians as they could in 1948, and were left with only a minority of Palestinians within ‘the Jewish state.” —Israeli historian Ilan Pappe
The founders of ersatz Israel were mainly atheists, Stalinists and doctrinaire Leftists, as well as a minority of Orthodox rabbis who at the time identified as Zionists. In line with the situation ethics of their theology, these religious leaders abandoned the old rabbinic dogma that only the messiah could restore “the Jews to Israel,” and instead began to follow the logic of self-worship to its conclusion: the people themselves are their own messiah.
There is principled support for Palestinian human rights among Leftists, including courageous Judaic liberals within and outside the Israeli state. However, those individuals almost always avoid broaching the subject of the root of the racism which has been the foundation of the Zionist state. Humanitarian supporters of human rights for Palestinians resort to various categories of Leftist dialectics to explain how and why Israelis dominate the Palestinians so completely and mercilessly. The hyper-racist Talmudic foundation of that domination is the elephant in the room, yet it has been rendered invisible.
In America, Democrat racists in Congress, no less than Donald Trump, Mike Pence, and Ron DeSantis, speak repeatedly of “Israeli security concerns” and almost never of Palestinian security. They consign Palestinians to a lesser human category, just as Talmudic praxis requires.
The Terrorist Prime Ministers
From 1948 to 2023 the war crimes and atrocities committed against Palestinian civilians have been business as usual. All that shed blood of the innocent does not detract from the esteem in which the Israeli state is held by the US government and media, despite the fact that US taxpayer-funded Israeli Prime Ministers Begin, Shamir and Sharon were notorious terrorists guilty of massacres and assassinations. In the matter of the current Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, he is guilty of flagrant war crimes, acts of terror and assassinations over the course of his long rule.
The bombing of the King David Hotel in July 1946 was perpetrated by terrorists of the Irgun movement headed by future Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Their bombing killed 63 people and wounded 45.
On April 9, 1948, Begin’s Irgun gang murdered more than 100 Palestinian civilians in the village of Deir Yassin. Some of the victims were taken prisoner, paraded through Jerusalem and then transported to a stone quarry where they were shot to death. The Deir Yassin massacre marked the beginning of the extrusion of Palestinians from 400 villages, and the exile of more than 700,000 from their native land. Today, on the site of Deir Yassin, there are no signs or memorials to commemorate the crime. Just north of the massacre site stands the Yad Vashem holocaust museum.
On August 5, 1953 Ariel Sharon was placed in command of military Unit 101, tasked with terrorizing Arab civilians into fleeing Palestine. On October 14 of that year troops from Sharon’s Unit 101 bombed and shot up the Palestinian village of Qibya. At least sixty Palestinian men, women and children were massacred. There were no Israeli casualties. Israeli historian Benny Morris writes:
“Sharon and the IDF (Israeli armed forces) subsequently claimed the villagers had hidden in sellers and attics, and the troops have been unaware of this when they blew up the buildings. But in truth, the troops had moved from house to house, firing through windows and doorways, and Jordanian pathologists reported that most of the dead had been killed by bullets and shrapnel rather than by falling masonry or explosions. In any event, the operational orders from (Israeli) CO central command to the units involved, dated October 13, had explicitly ordered ‘destruction and maximum killing.’
“…On October 19 Ben Gurion went on the air with a wholly fictitious account of what had happened… ‘we have carried out a searching investigation, and it is clear beyond doubt that not a single army unit was absent from its base on the night of the attack on Qibya.’ But everyone understood that the military was responsible, and that the operation had been authorized by the government.” (Benny Morris, Righteous Victims: A History of the Zionist-Arab conflict, 1881–1999 [New York, 1999], pp. 278-279).
Amos Harel, military affairs reporter for the Israeli newspaper Haaretz stated that a rampage last February 26 by Israeli settlers in a Palestinian municipality that killed one Palestinian civilian and destroyed dozens of stores and cars, “was reminiscent of the Ku Klux Klan terrorizing blacks in the south……it was a pogrom. It was done by dozens if not hundreds of (Israeli) settlers, who burned down stores and homes all over the village of Huwara…” (Cf. YouTube video, “The West Bank’s Security Spiral”).
A majority in the Israeli state approved of the settler pogrom against the Palestinian village of Huwara because Palestinians are considered “animals” and the theft of their land is seen as as legitimate.
For instance, just days after the settler’s pogrom, Israeli Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich stated, “The village of Hawara needs to be wiped out.” As if he were nothing other than a naughty little boy, Smotrich was “scolded” by the State Department for his mass murder advocacy.
Smotrich remains in power at the top of the Israeli government. No sanctions have been placed on him and the notoriety of his hate speech is wafting into oblivion.
Dispensationalism: “Evangelical” Churchianity’s Dirty Secret
In the U.S. one of the most powerful lobbies in support of the Israeli dispossession and dehumanization of the Palestinians is organized around the theology of Protestant fundamentalist “Dispensationalism.” Robin Phillips writes:
“Dispensationalism originated in the 1820s…from the teachings of John Nelson Darby, who founded the Plymouth Brethren. As his (British) movement expanded, Darby visited the United States and Canada seven times between 1859 and 1874. His…systematic unfolding of prophetic events, soon known as dispensationalism, did make a lasting impact.
“Many evangelical leaders of the late nineteenth century jumped on the dispensationalist bandwagon, including Dwight Moody and A. J. Gordon. From there dispensationalism took off through four main avenues: the Bible conference movement, Bible colleges, the Scofield Reference Bible (published in 1909), and the Dallas Theological Seminary (founded in 1924). Dispensationalism eventually combined with premillennialism, so that now the two normally go together, as in Hal Lindsey’s The Late Great Planet Earth and Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins’ popular Left Behind books.”
Dispensationalist theology is inherently ethnocentric, insinuating that Jews are saved by their race. In Coeur d’Alene, Idaho one “conservative” Dispensationalist “Bible church,” with well over a thousand members, donates to the Christ-despising Israeli settlers who murder Palestinians and occupy their land. The perverse irony of it is that some of these churches are centers of resistance to woke ideology, support the pro-life anti-abortion movement and the “family values” agenda. They open their large churches to gatherings of Right-wing patriots who, in Coeur d’Alene, pass by an Israeli flag on their way into the sanctuary.
This is the double-mind that prevails throughout the “Christian” movement to “restore America.” One wonders how they will restore our nation when by their words and deeds they are complicit in the murders of Palestinian people by Talmudic settlers? Palestinians are lesser-souled humans in the eyes of these “Christians.” This is consonant with the Talmudic dogma that holds that Palestinians are nefesh-deficient.
St. Paul’s theology is radically and irreconcilably contrary to this Protestant master race notion. With Paul, ethnicity—the element which is so essential to Pharisee-Talmudism—disappears. He taught that those who are in Christ are in the covenant, and among the elect. In the new humanity, ethnicity—so essential to Pharisee identity—has no bearing on one’s covenant with God. Christian Israel displaces Talmudic Israel’s counterfeit covenant—predicated on genealogical descent and sectarian boundary-erection.
Pharisaic and post-Pharisaic (Mishnaic) theology is virulently antagonistic toward a Jesus-gospel in which gentiles become members of God’s people without becoming proselytes to Judaism or submitting to Noahide affiliation.
The replacement of Talmudic racism by New Testament verity is defamed in post-modernist hermeneutics with a cuss-word, “Supersessionism.” In many universities to be accused of it is a death-knell to an academic’s career.
According to Paul, the old covenant cannot be effective for salvation. At this point we encounter the apostle’s “third race” ecclesiology: St. Paul regarded the Christians assembled in the towns he visited as a third race, neither Jewish nor gentile. They were instead a new eschatological entity, not because it was Jew and Greek, but rather because it was neither Jew nor Greek.
“In the mind of Paul…God has done a new thing in Christ; this new thing saves and is not available in Judaism.” (Cf. Michael Bird, “Paul’s Messianic Eschatology and Supercessionism,” in God’s Israel and the Israel of God, 2023).
The notion that people possessed of Jewish genes are saved by their race was adopted by Pope “Saint John Paul the Great.” During his pontificate he repeatedly characterized Judaic people in general as “Our elder brothers in the Faith.” What faith might that be, Holy Father? The faith of which Jesus spoke does not conform to the pontiff’s hobby horse. He told the Pharisees, “The kingdom shall be taken away from you, and given to a people bearing the fruit of it” ((Matthew 21:43).
Jews (and anyone else) who reject faith in Jesus do not have salvation. As N.T. Wright observes in Pauline Perspectives (2013), “In Romans 5-8 Paul argues that all of Israel’s privileges have now been transferred, via the Messiah, to the worldwide people of God, the true family of Abraham.” Anyone who believes in Jesus Christ’s salvational death and Resurrection is a Ioudaios (Jew).
Dispensationalism on the other hand, supports the Talmudic obsession with ego and race pride. Observe “Messianic Jewish Rabbi” David J. Rudolph’s statement concerning the alleged fallout when New Testament Christianity is preached free of Pharisaic-Talmudic racism:
“Messiah-confessing Jews cannot assert their Jewish identity without someone from a non-Jewish background saying, ‘We are all Jews, in the house of the Lord!’…thus creating an environment in which Jewish followers of Jesus are excluded from a unique covenantal identity in the church.” (Cf. “A Messianic Jewish Response,” in God’s Israel and the Israel of God, , p. 114.
Why this compulsive fixation on the need for the Church to validate ethnocentric chauvinism, i.e. this “unique identity”? Each member of the body of Christ is absolutely free to celebrate the gifts of their own heritage, as Africans, Arabs, Asians, Europeans or Americans, but no aspect of their ethnic identity has anything to do with their salvation and relationship with Jesus.
The perennial insistence that accommodation must be made for one favored ethnicity is a fixture of the racial particularism of the Torah sheBeal peh (oral law), repudiated by Jesus in Mark 7 and Matthew 15. It has no place in the true Israel of the true Church, but it does serve to inculcate support for the colonization of Palestine, predicated on insistence on the putative, “unique covenantal identity” of the colonizers.
This institutionalized narcissism, which is lethal to the spirituality of Judaic people, is the keystone of both “evangelical” Churchianity and occult, post-Renaissance papalism (largely confined for centuries to the Vatican hierarchy up to the 1960s, when at that time parishioners were judged adequately processed to accept it).
Pro-Zionist Dispensationalism continues to idolize faux Israel as possessing a covenantal relationship with God, not withstanding the fact that many “Jews” who imagine they are of Israelite descent, are not.
“Christian” Zionism’s Double Mind
Furthermore, faux Israel has as its holiest book not the Bible, but the Talmud of Babylon, replete with disgusting imprecations against Jesus and Mary, patriarch Noah, prophet Isaiah and gentile women. The latter are designated by the unlovely acronym NShGZ—Niddah, Shifchah, Goyyah, Zonah (“menstrual dross, slaves, heathens, harlots”), derived from the Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 82a:
We have not seen this outrageous bigotry analyzed or protested to any noteworthy degree by preachers and priests who never weary of ranting on and on concerning the errors of Islam.
The Babylonian Talmud originates with the Mishnah of the first century A.D. Pharisees, out of which arose the Gemara. Together those books represent the recrudescence of the creed of the Pharisees and constitute the supreme authority in Orthodox Judaism. Concerning this spiritual system, Jesus said it was responsible for “the righteous blood that has been shed on earth, from the blood of righteous Abel to the blood of Zechariah son of Berekiah…”
Those grave words of Jesus appear to have no impact on the Protestant churches that are Dispensationalist. Whereas it would be unthinkable for conservative Calvinists to consider Catholics as Christians with whom they would fellowship, we have heard many sermons and read a surfeit of texts, all by prominent, contemporary conservative Calvinist leaders who disagree with Dispensational theology itself, yet nonetheless recommend and laud Dispensationalist churches as houses of worship where “the saints” gather, and with whom the Calvinists can readily fellowship, NShGZ and dead Palestinian women and children be damned.
Mass confusion and misdirection: There’s a huge Right wing apparatus in the “conservative” churches, on Fox News, at Newsmax and on talk radio, exhibiting a seemingly impressive, yet ultimately superficial understanding of history, the New Testament and of what is needed to protect and advance family values and Jesus Christ's kingship.
The apparatus is a jumble of symptoms and appearances fronted by well-financed institutions. They are a source of self-censorship, misdirection and confusion, hollowed out by a lack of a systematic teaching on the nature of the Cryptocracy in general, and Talmudic hate speech specifically.
Many of Right wing Churchianity’s houses of worship are built on the sand of schizophrenia, not far removed from the “conservative” movement that espoused the delusion that Skull and Bones secret society member George W. Bush was a devout Christian. His “conservative” Republican followers strongly supported the sanctions and bombings which the Bonesman imposed on Iraq’s civilians, including many hundreds of pregnant Iraqi women which US forces starved or killed. President Bush drew part of his most stalwart support from the “Christian pro-life” anti-abortion movement, which did not value the lives of Iraqi mothers and their unborn babies enough to demand that Mr. Bush end his unconscionable sanctions and bombings. Bipolar conduct like this sows seeds of impotence and bewilderment and is exploited by bad actors. Will God bless such a movement?
Furthermore, Talmudism as taught and believed prior to the 20th century, forbade the founding of a state of Israel. In the Talmud, Ketubot 111a alleges that God imposed “Three Oaths” on the Jewish nation: 1. Israel should not return to the Land together, by force; 2. Israel should not rebel against non-Jewish nations, and 3. The gentile nations should not subjugate Israel too harshly. The Satmar Grand Rebbe Yoel Teitelbaum wrote in Va-Yoel Moshe, that these oaths forbid the establishment of the renegade “Zionist State of Israel.”
Rabbi Teitelbaum’s theology, which was representative of what the majority of Judaism’s adherents believed for more than a fifteen hundred years, is now a minority view, confined mainly to Hasidic factions which are exceedingly hostile to Zionism and its army. These Hasids have been known to call for an alliance with Palestinians. In one recent incident in the Mea Shearim district of Jerusalem, they hanged an effigy of an Israeli soldier. They are in turn severely persecuted in the Israeli state and detested and abused by Israeli police and troops, who beat and jail them. The folderol about the “state of Israel” being a haven for Jews should be amended to read, “A haven for Jews of whom the state approves.”
Forgotten Crimes Against Humanity
“Israel has been humiliating, torturing, and killing Palestinians in the Occupied Territories since 1967.” —University of Chicago Prof. John J. Mearsheimer
What follows is an excursion into the record of war crimes perpetrated against the Palestinians and Lebanese (and even American sailors), which have been flushed down the memory hole of the West.
1967: The USS Liberty, a US Navy intelligence gathering vessel is deliberately attacked by the Israeli air force as the ship monitored communications during the Six Day War. 34 American sailors are killed and 170 wounded. Admiral Thomas Moorer, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a report on the massacre offering evidence that the Israeli attack was intentional.
1982: Israeli carpet bombing of schools, hospitals and apartment buildings in Beirut, Lebanon throughout the summer, culminating in massive waves of Israeli Air Force terror bombing in August. An estimated 20,000 Lebanese civilians are killed. Whole city blocks are reduced to rubble.
1994: Israeli settler Baruch Goldstein slaughters 40 Palestinians as they pray in their mosque in Hebron. Like many current members of the Israeli regime, Goldstein was a follower of Rabbi Meir Kahane, who sought the genocide of the Palestinians and referred to Arabs as “dogs.” Until recently Israeli cabinet minister Itamar Ben-Gvir kept a portrait of mass murderer Goldstein in a place of honor in his home.
1996: Israeli shelling of a UN shelter in Qana in Lebanon, which killed more than a hundred refugees. (Qana is the Biblical Cana where Jesus turned water into wine). The UN report on the massacre concluded that it was deliberate.
2002: More than 200 Palestinians are slaughtered between March 6 and March 16 by the Israeli army. 40 Palestinians are killed on March 8 alone. An Arab school for the blind is bombed by Israeli forces. In Ramallah on March 29, five Palestinian policemen were shot in the back of the head at close range, execution style, on the third floor of the Cairo-Amman bank, by marauding Israeli soldiers. The Palestinian policemen were guarding the bank against Israeli military looters.
The bloodbath in Jenin refugee camp and the West Bank generally began in April of 2002. More than a thousand Palestinians are killed; thousands more wounded. UN war crimes investigators are blocked from investigating. During Ariel Sharon's mauling of the West Bank, Israelis repeatedly struck UN ambulances. The commissioner-general of UNRWA stated that the Israelis deliberately targeted the ambulances. At this link is the principal text on Israeli war crimes in this time period.
2006: During the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 2006, the Israeli military bombed a well-marked, well-known UN observation post, killing UN personnel. “Israel” offered a wry shrug of the shoulders: accidents happen, innocent people get killed, what a tragedy. The UN determined that the Israeli bombing was intentional.
2006: Amnesty International reports that Israelis kill hundreds of children in Lebanon.
2009: A murder manual, Torat Hamelech: Dinei Nefashot Bein Yisrael Le’Amim ("The King’s Torah: Laws of Life and Death between Jews and the Nations”), is published by two Israeli rabbis, Yitzhak Shapira and Yosef Elitzur. The influential book which is circulated among Israeli military personnel, received the endorsement of Kiryat Arba-Hebron Chief Rabbi Dov Lior, Rabbi Ya’acov Yosef and Chabad-Lubavich Rabbi Yitzhak Ginzberg. In Chapter Five we read, “There is a reason to kill enemy babies even if they have not transgressed the seven Noahide Laws, because of the future danger they may present, since it is assumed that they will grow up to be evil like their parents.”
2009: Operation Cast Lead: Israelis bring Gaza to the brink of disaster
2009: With despicable candor New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman states that unarmed civilians are a “logical” target for the Israeli army. He urges that Hamas be “educated” by “inflicting heavy pain on the Gaza population.” Glenn Greenwald reports: “He explains that the 2006 Israeli invasion and bombing of Lebanon was, contrary to conventional wisdom, a success. To make this case, Friedman acknowledges that the deaths of innocent Lebanese civilians was not an unfortunate and undesirable by-product of that war, but rather, a vital aspect of the Israeli strategy—the centerpiece, actually, of teaching Lebanese civilians a lesson they would not soon forget:
“Israel’s counterstrategy was to use its Air Force to pummel Hezbollah and, while not directly targeting the Lebanese civilians with whom Hezbollah was intertwined, to inflict substantial property damage and collateral casualties on Lebanon at large. It was not pretty, but it was logical. Israel basically said that when dealing with a nonstate actor, Hezbollah, nested among civilians, the only long-term source of deterrence was to exact enough pain on the civilians — the families and employers of the militants — to restrain Hezbollah in the future.” —Thomas Friedman.
2014: Israeli bombing kills at least 20 people and wounds dozens as they sleep at the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) school-turned-shelter in the Jabalya refugee camp. Three Israeli artillery shells hit the school where 3,300 people had sought refuge. Many hundreds of Lebanese are killed in Israelis bombings in July.
2014: Israeli massacres in Gaza. A Human Rights Watch report cites United Nations data showing that, as of July 14, more than three-quarters of the Palestinians killed by Israeli bombs and tank shells in Gaza were civilians. The Israelis kill at least 36 children. Approximately 7,500 Palestinians are displaced. The Israelis bomb 1,255 homes in Gaza, destroying most of them. See here and here.
1,139 Palestinians ("most of them civilians” — New York Times, July 27), were killed in Gaza by Israelis as of July 26, 2014. If the Israelis had slaughtered as many animals in the San Diego Zoo as they killed Palestinian civilians in July and August, Americans would have been up in arms in protest.
2018: Palestinian protests in Gaza of the Israeli apartheid wall result in 940 Palestinian children under 18 shot by Israeli forces. 35 are killed. The rest are wounded or crippled. 6,000 Palestinian adults are shot, more than 150 are killed. 39 reporters are shot; 2 are killed. Documentation at this link.
2022: Catholic journalist Shireen Abu Akleh is targeted and assassinated by an Israeli army sniper. In his speech on World Press Freedom Day in May of 2023, New York Times publisher A.G Sulzberger excluded murdered Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh from his list of reporters who have been killed. He told a United Nations conference, “the climate for press freedom has only become darker…at the same time, it’s impossible not …to feel compelled to carry on the work of people like Jamal Khashoggi, Daphne Caruana Galizia, Anna Politkovskaya.” While omitting Julian Assange, Mr. Sulzberger singled out a journalist for special focus: “I want to draw attention to my former Times colleague Evan Gershkovich, now a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, who remains in Russian custody for sham charges and should be released…”
At least 20 journalists have been killed by the Israeli military in the past 20 years. No one has been held accountable.
2023: On February 26, an Israeli pogrom in the village of Huwara occurred. Home after Palestinian home is wrecked, shop-fronts torched, dozens of cars in flames. One Palestinian civilian is shot to death.
2023: April 4: Israeli police attack Palestinian worshippers inside the Al Aqsa mosque, Islam’s third holiest shrine, brutally beating them with clubs and rifle butts. Israeli forces block medics from reaching the injured.
2023: In the early hours of May 9, Israelis bomb the Gaza Strip, killing 13 Palestinians, including three Islamic Jihad officials. 10 of the 13 victims are civilians, including four women and three children. Tareq Izzeldeen, a member of Islamic Jihad and his two children, Ali and Miar, were among those killed in the attack. Also killed in the bombing was Khalil Bahtini, a jihad commander and his five-year-old daughter, Hajar. Leila Bahtini, a member of their family, was also killed; so too were Jihad Ghanam and his wife Wafaa. Dr. Jamal Khaswan, chairman of the board of Al-Wafa Hospital was killed, along with his wife Mirfat and son Yousef. The names of two other victims are Dania Adas and her sister Iman. 20 other people were wounded in the Israeli bombing, including women and children. Haaretz, May 9, 2023.
Since 2008 Israelis have killed 1,105 non-combatant Palestinian children in Gaza.
There is not a single museum devoted to the crimes of the Israeli occupation army and air forces, and no Hollywood movies. What we have on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Israeli state is Bret Stephens in the New York Times:
“Israel is not a country that defines itself in terms of what it’s against, what it’s not, or who has done what to it. There is also an affirmative vision of Israeli identity, centered on the ideal of a renovated and renewed Jewish civilization within which its citizens can find prosperity, a sense of purpose and relative security.…Israel’s fertility rate, at around three births per woman, is significantly higher than India’s (2.05), the United States’ (1.7) and South Korea’s (0.8). Israel’s high birthrate correlates with strong economic growth. Last year, Israel’s economy grew by 6.5 percent, compared to an average among developed countries of 2.8 percent. Israel now has a higher G.D.P. per capita than Germany and attracts more foreign direct investment than Britain.”
Elliot Kaufman in the Wall Street Journal: “Israel’s greatest accomplishment…is that it exists. Jews can no longer be, on a whim, oppressed and humiliated, beaten and killed, with no ability to defend themselves and nowhere to run. This is an extraordinary change, reversing two millennia of precarity…Palestinians still duck the painful question: What, after all these years, has rejecting and resisting a Jewish state ever done for them?”
One searches in vain for anything approaching an authentic, comprehensive history of Israeli war crimes against dehumanized Palestinians, which has been financed in large part by American taxpayers and which would fill volumes.
Always we have the unmistakable Talmudic refrain, “The security of Israel must be guaranteed!” Almost never is there any reciprocal humanitarian stress on guaranteeing the security of the Palestinians. The very idea is laughed out of contention. The lives of the Palestinian people—their humanity, which is equally precious in God’s sight—does not register. The West’s sanctimonious anti-racism campaigns are limited to approved categories of oppressed people. Palestinians are not on the list.
Meanwhile on the thoroughly infiltrated Right wing, Talmudists like Yoram Hazony have given their imprimatur to books such as Stephen Wolfe’s The Case for Christian Nationalism. Like Ben Shapiro, Mr. Hazony presents himself as the best friend western civilization ever had. Only a population of Christians utterly unschooled in the contents of the Talmud and Zohar could swallow such an absurdity. We have presented evidence of the hostility which Talmudism harbors for the West, which it ritually curses as “malkhut zadon” —the "empire of insolence.” (cf. Judaism Discovered , p. 939).
The Right wing fantasizes it can placate Zionism and Talmudism and save America. This is a suicidal delusion rooted in obstinate ignorance. Most “Conservatives” flee from the tragic truth about Talmudism and Kabbalism and refuse to study it, even as unrepentant war criminals and Arab-hating bigots dominate not only Israeli political culture, they are in ascendance over the White House, Congress and America’s Right wing “family values evangelical churches.”
“There was a master of a house who planted a vineyard and put a fence around it and dug a winepress in it and built a tower and leased it to tenants, and went into another country. When the season for fruit drew near, he sent his servants to the tenants to get his fruit. And the tenants took his servants and beat one, killed another, and stoned another. Again he sent other servants, more than the first. And they did the same to them. Finally he sent his son to them, saying, ‘They will respect my son.’ But when the tenants saw the son, they said to themselves, ‘This is the heir. Come, let us kill him and have his inheritance.’ And they took him and threw him out of the vineyard and killed him…When the chief priests and the Pharisees heard Jesus’ parable, they perceived that he was speaking about them.” —Matthew 21:33-39; 45.
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For Further Study:
The Masonic Imperative to Rebuild the Temple at Jerusalem
“Combatting Racism and Advancing Human Rights: A Forensic Investigation of the Babylonian Talmud,” in Revisionist History® no. 111.
Revisionist historian Michael Hoffman, a former reporter for the New York bureau of the Associated Press, is the author of Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare (2001), The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome (2017), Twilight Language (2021), Usury in Christendom: The Mortal Sin that Was and Now is Not (2013); Judaism Discovered (2008), Adolf Hitler: Enemy of the German People (2019), and three other books. His contrarian histories have also been translated and published in Japanese and French. He hosts the podcast, Michael Hoffman’s Revisionist History®
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The Palestinians are a danger to themselves and others.
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