- Let's once and for all stop getting excited about America
mounting pressure on Israel to freeze West Bank settlements. The entire
fascination with the topic is a product of Zionist spin. It is there to
divert attention from the root cause of the conflict: The robbery of Palestine
and Palestinians in the name of a 'Jewish home coming'. The call to stop
Israeli construction in the West Bank is there to leave us with the false
impression that the robbery of Palestine started in 1967. The facts are
known to many of us, but not to all. The vast majority of Palestinians
were expelled from their towns, villages, fields and orchards in 1948.
- What seems as an American peace initiative putting pressure
on Israel to halt its expansion into the West Bank is in fact an agenda
that is promoted by Zionists within the US Administration who realise like
the late Sharon, that the only chance for the Jewish state to survive the
next decade, is to shrink into a little Jewish shtetle (ghetto). The Two
state solution is indeed the last effort to keep Zionism alive.
- Netanyahu is far from being stupid. He understands it
all. He knows that his Zionist Revisionist father's dream of 'greater Eretz
Yisrael' is unattainable.
- Haaretz reported today that the Israeli PM admitted in
Washington that he was committed to 'two states living side by side'. However,
he stressed that the "the right of Palestinian refugees to return
to the homes from which they were expelled, would not be on the table."
Seemingly, an Israeli hawkish PM is voluntarily confronting the Israeli
original sin namely the expulsion of the vast majority of the Palestinians
people. However, the fact that he insists that it won't be 'on the table'
can only mean that it is on the table already. "They", continues
Netanyahu, "must abandon the fantasy of flooding Israel with refugees,
give up irredentist * claims to the Negev and Galilee, and declare unequivocally
that the conflict is finally over".
- Clearly, Netanyahu expresses here a wish that is shared
by most if not all Israelis. They all dream to open their eyes in the morning
just to find out that all Goyim, Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims just left
- I am here to advise Netanyahu and every Israeli who is
willing to listen that this is not going to happen. As much as being flooded
by 'refugee' Palestinians is a deep Israeli nightmare, it is far from being
a Palestinian fantasy. It is actually a reality waiting to happen. Israel
has lost its opportunity to reconcile with its neighbours. It failed to
settle its conflict with the indigenous people of the land. The fate of
Israel will be determined by 'facts on the ground' namely demography. In
terms of reconciliation, Israel has past the no return Zone. Its fate is
doomed. One Palestine from the river to the sea is not any more a matter
of 'if' but rather a question of 'when'.
- Unlike most Israelis who dismiss the Palestinian cause,
Netanyahu admitted today that Palestinians were indeed expelled. For the
first time Palestinians' "irredentist claims" are being addressed
by an Israeli PM. And yet, Netanyahu should stop deluding himself and his
people. It is not just the Negev and Galilee. It is actually every piece
of land between the river and the sea: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Be'er
Sheva and every village, orchard, field, river and tree in between. The
only question that is left open is how long will it take for the Shekel
to drop? How long will it take before Israelis grasp that they dwell on
stolen land? How long will it take before the Israelis realise that the
battle is lost? How long will it take for the Israelis to internalise
the obvious fact that they have once again managed to get on the wrong
side of their Neighbours?
- *Irredentist: One who advocates the recovery of territory
culturally or historically.