Thursday, June 26, 2008

Israel - the politics of compromise and defeat

Compromising the land away in fear of the nations

After conquering the Temple Mount, the valiant Moshe Dayan turned it back to the Jew-hating Mohammedans, the Arab Wafq*.

Judea, Samaria, and Gaza (Yehuda, Shomrom, Aza) after being conquered from the Arabs were left populated by Arabs who continued to murder Jews day after day. We all know how Sharon betrayed the Jews of Gaza, a betrayal completed by his loyal sycophant**, the despicable Ehud Olmert, that had Jewish soldiers expel Jews from land that was rightfully Jewish.

The fear of expelling Arabs from land conquered by the Jews has resulted in today's Gaza, an Arab enclave that launches rockets into Israel .

Instead of soundly thrashing the Hezbollah Arabs who attacked Israel, a confused, bumbling Olmert fought a listless war that resulted in the loss of Jewish lives and nothing else.

Allowing the "Quartet," led by George W. Bush and his Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice with the rest of the nations nodding in agreement to inflict a "Roadmap" on the sovereign nation of Israel, a program that would result in Two states on Israeli (Jewish) land, with Israel bisected by an Arab "corridor," was the last step in the destruction of the Israel that was once able to defeat Arab armies (albeit at great cost of Jewish lives) but now appears no longer able to do so.

" . . . our [Israel's] government and army [must] eliminate those who threaten the Jewish people."

Compromising, Caving in to the wishes of the Enemy in fear of the nations

In Recent History

In Chevron (Hebron), a Jew does what should have been done a long time ago--over and over again--to strike the fear of HaShem into the hearts of those who worship a murderous invisible idol, who killed and kill Jews--men, women, children, and infants--amidst the glee of their fellow ideologues, and that Jew's blessed memory is derided as that of a pariah. Not befitting a Jew who should always appear as "nice" and somewhat humble*** in the eyes of the nations. Why Jews are far above that! We rather have our women and children murdered by home-grown Arabs or by foreign Arabs' missiles than harm one hair on the head of the enemy.

A girl draws a picture of the swine, and she is arrested and harangued and harassed: mentally defective she is branded as, how could anyone dare draw a picture of the holy Fuehrer of the enemy! It goes asgainst our "always-be-fair" Jewish grain.

The Jews are afraid, as always. Afraid of what? The ire of the nations? The disapproval of the rotten-to-the-core UN? The "Great White Father" in Washington? Is that "Our Father?"

The Fear of the Jew

The Jew is afraid of being a Zionist. It's "post-Zionism" time! All one happy bi-cultural people in Israel, all citizens of this "land of its people," where Jew and Arab live together in peaceful harmony (if you believe that, you believe that Mahomet rode a woman-faced-and-breasted horse up into Heaven to discuss matters with his super-ego, that is, the unseen idol that demands blood sacrifice of all who do not worship it/him.)

"The curse of fear has kept the Jew humiliated for centuries. Fear of losing and fear of death have prevented him from rising to face his challenges. Instead the Jew meekly sought to appease his persecutors and avoid confrontation in hopes his suffering would eventually end."
--To die or conquer the mountain. (There is no surrender, only death or victory in the struggle . . . .")

But "Truth and justice should compel him to action and fear should never play a role in his decision making"


"Israel's leadership remains conceptually primitive, still begging gentile nations to charitably let them keep the small strip of land."

paraphrased from: "The official Zionist leadership, however, remained conceptually primitive, still begging gentile nations to charitably grant them a small strip of land.".
--pre-Israel statehood

In History

Self-restraint Ruled Then--Rules in Israel Now

"The Irgun Zvai Leumi underground militia, which had broken away from the Haganah in opposition to its policy of havlagah (self-restraint) in the face of Arab violence, became the military arm of the NZO and accepted Jabotinsky as their supreme commander (although he did not always approve of their methods). Unlike the Haganah, which merely protected settlements and warded off Arab gangs when attacked, the Irgun sought to deter terror attacks by making the Arabs suffer a high price for their actions. Under the command of David Raziel, the Irgun brought terror into the heart of Arab neighborhoods, thus giving them a taste of their own medicine"

"Revisionist Zionism came into being as a direct challenge to the policies of Chaim Weitzman. Two diametrically opposed ideologies were now battling for command over the Zionist Movement. Jabotinsky advocated a forthright approach of presenting fundamental Zionist aims explicitly. He was against the propounding of half truths, whether to the Hebrew masses or to the gentile nations. Like Herzl (1) before him, Jabotinsky rejected 'muted Zionism' and refused to 'turn the Zionist Movement into a fraternity of whispering, conspiratorial smugglers'. Opposing him, Weitzman advocated a cautious struggle and the application of “one step at a time” tactics. But Jabotinsky demanded a return to Herzlian Political Zionism with stated goals set forth in a charter. (1) "

Antisemitism and the Exile

". . . Jabotinsky discerned two types of anti-Semitism – the anti-Semitism of man and the anti-Semitism of circumstances. He considered the anti-Semitism of man to be an expression of racial prejudice, similar to other forms of racial prejudice that must be fought against in the sane manner. The anti-Semitism of circumstances, in contrast, was not the product of hate but the result of an objective situation – the Israeli nation was in exile without a country. Jabotinsky viewed this second type of Jew hatred as a structural phenomenon due to the absence of territory in which the Hebrews are a majority. During his university years in Rome, he had seen how a healthy nation lives in its homeland. He was convinced that the absence of a country made the Jewish nation foreign and strange to other peoples. After all, even other minorities in other countries had a homeland that they could call their own."

. . . throughout his activities, Jabotinsky felt like a stepchild among his own people. 'I am a stranger within Israel' without a home on the Jewish street. Chaim Weitzman tended to attribute Jabotinsky’s traits to his 'goyishness', as if 'Jabotinsky, the enthusiastic Zionist, was very un-Jewish in his bearing, approach and manners'. All his qualities “were imbued with something of a theatrical knight, an odd sort of gallantry, not at all Jewish”. But Jabotinsky was in many ways more authentically 'Jewish' than the Zionist leaders themselves. He resurrected Hebrew traits and concepts buried since the destruction of Bar Kochba’s army at Betar. He educated the youth to be dignified, chivalrous, principled and courageous. He taught his people to be proud, generous and fierce after a long and bitter exile of humiliating persecution.

". . . the leadership’s apprehension to clearly state that the goal of the Zionist Movement is a sovereign Hebrew state. [Jabotinsky] argued that Zionism no longer demanded but instead adopted the exile attitude of 'shtadlanut' – trying to curry favor in gentile eyes."
--from Ze’ev (Vladimir) Jabotinsky
*Wafq (Muslim authority) in charge of the Dome of the Rock and the al-Aqsa Mosque
"Temple Mount: A no prayer zone
Christian, Jewish restrictions abound
as Muslims police visitors to holy site"

**syc·o·phant, noun, a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite.

***humble? Why humble? There are those who say "Remember who killed Our Lord." Smeared as "Christ-killers," the Jews must remain humble until the end of time. Humble in the eyes of the followers of Mahomet, whose scriptures deride the Jews and offer them abject humiliation or conversion to the worship of the invisble idol--the alter-ego of twisted mind and soul of its self-styled "prophet."

****Supplicant, pl. supplicants: From Latin supplicans, supplicant-, present participle of supplicre, to kneel down; see supplicate.
present participle of supplicare, to kneel down; see supplicate.
beseeching, imploring, pleading - begging
supplicant Noun Formal a person who makes a humble request [Latin supplicans beseeching]

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