- Earlier today in a conference in Jerusalem titled "Facing
Tomorrow", Israel's leading politicians shared their vision of Israel's
- Following the recent agreement announced by the International
Atomic Energy Agency's chief, Mohammad ElBaradei regarding Iranian Uranium
enrichment, Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak called on the international
community "to give Iran a deadline for halting its nuclear program
and impose additional sanctions against Tehran". For some reason the
Israelis are convinced that Nuclear energy is a 'Jew only property' The
Jewish state insists on keeping its neighbours in a state of nuclear panic
- Tzipi Livni, another dedicated warmonger, is now an enthusiastic
supporter of the 'Two State Solution'. "Establishment of a Palestinian
state is the only way of preserving Israel's Jewish character", she
said. At last, the Left and right Wing Zionists are in agreement with
each other. Someone should remind the 'born again dove' Livni that the
Jewish state she refers to is located on stolen Palestinian land, Tel Aviv,
Be'er Sheva and Haifa and are all part of occupied Greater Palestine.
- Interior Minister Eli Yishai of Shas (an Israeli religious
party) blamed the Palestinians for the stalemate in the Israeli-Palestinian
negotiations. "Unfortunately, the other side [Palestinians] lacks
the ability to make brave decisions," he said.
- Minister Yishai is absolutely right. The Palestinians
are not 'brave' enough to agree to live in concentration camps, they do
not agree to the occupation of their land either. These facts take the
Jewish leadership by total surprise. I'll tell you why. The history of
the Holocaust teaches us that the Jewish leadership at the time was actually
very willing to collaborate with the Nazis all the way through. In fact
it was the Judenrate* that managed and organised the mass deportation of
European Jews from the ghettos to the camps. To follow Yishai's logic,
unlike the Palestinians, the Nazi era Jewish councils were taking some
brave decisions. Seemingly the Palestinians are not 'brave' enough to do
- Even President Obama engaged himself with issues to do
with the Jewish future. Here is his message to the conference:
- "The American people and the Israeli people share
a faith in the future, a belief that democracies can shape their own destiny
and that opportunities should be available to all"
- The only question to be asked here, is whether President
Obama meant 'opportunities for all', or did he mean opportunities for
Jews only? As far as Nuclear energy is concerned, already in June President
Obama reiterated that Iran has some "right to nuclear energy provided
it takes steps to prove its aspirations are peaceful". I would urge
Obama to accept that opportunities for nuclear weapons should also be 'available
to all'. Not just the Israelis but every country in the region. In order
to be consistent Obama has to choose between either clearing Israel of
its pile of WMD or otherwise encourage every other country in the region
to pile up nuclear bombs just to restrain Israel's proven murderous inclinations
by power of deterrence.
- However, far more crucial at this stage is to urge Obama
to make it clear to the Israelis that by saying 'opportunities should be
available to all" he refers also to Palestinian children who are starved
and slaughtered by the Israeli armed forces on a daily basis.
- By now, after ten months in office, President Obama
should grasp that the notion of 'opportunities to all' is not just foreign
but in total opposition to the philosophy of the Jewish state, an apartheid
racially orientated state.
- * Judenräte (singular Judenrat; for "Jewish
council") were administrative bodies that the Nazis required Jews
to form in the German occupied territory of Poland and later in the occupied
territories of the USSR.