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Sunday, 14 October 2012

Holocaust fear in Israel






"I support compulsory transfer. I do not see in it anything immoral [...] The Arabs will
have to go, but one needs an opportune moment for making it happen, such as a war."

— David Ben Gurion, letter to his son, 1937


As Zionists and their lackeys rev-up for a completely unjustifiable attack on one of the most peaceful nations in history. An attack which will inevitably trigger a wider conflict due to the world's reliance on oil shipped through Iranian waters. An attack which will also enable Israel to begin its Final Solution for the West Bank (Jewish lebensraum), the total ethnic cleansing of all Palestinians, under the excuse of "terrorist threat." Jews, despite being the aggressor, are once again portraying themselves as the victim, and, of course, playing the well worn Holocaust card.





1 comment:

  1. David Ben Gurion, Israel's first prime minister, told a Zionist Conference in 1937 that any proposed Jewish state would have to "transfer Arab populations out of the area, if possible of their own free will, if not by coercion."[8]Report of the Congress of the World Council of Paole Zion, Zurich, July 29-August 7, 1937, pp. 73-74.

    We were told not to try to speak to Ben Gurion, but when I saw him, I asked why, since Israel is a democracy with a parliament, does it not have a constitution? Ben Gurion said, "Look, boy"-I was 24 at the time-"if we have a constitution, we have to write in it the border of our country. And this is not our border, my dear." I asked, "Then where is the border?" He said, "Wherever the Sahal will come, this is the border." Sahal is the Israeli army. Article by Naim Giladi, author of Ben Gurion's Scandals: How the Haganah & the Mossad Eliminated Jews, http://www.real-debt-elimination.com/real_freedom/Propaganda/false_flag_attacks/false_flag_attacks_on_jews_in_iraq.htm

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