The question of Israel is one where you’ll read diametrically opposite views on the net and it seems to me that both views are right.
On the one hand, there is the Ashkenazi issue, Tribe of Dan, Nehanyahu, Zionism, Rothschilds, Them, who cause all the things we hear about and have the neighbours up in arms. Evil trickles down.
On the other hand, there is this deep and abiding detestation of them throughout history. Clifford Tower in York is testimony to that. There are not too many peoples who others, universally, wish to wipe off the face of the map and have done so for millennia. That’s one of the reasons a WASP can feel a certain sympathy.
On the other hand again, there is this Zionist element and also this moneygrubbing [as distinct from moneymaking] thing. My father told me as a child never to get a bank card [a newish idea at the time] and my mother chimed in with, “Don’t give it to the Jews.” This went over my head.
My father though, as mentioned here a few times, stood on the banks of the Jordan during the war and observed the feckless state of the inhabitants and the undeveloped land on one side and then Israeli orchards on the other. That impression never left him. He was Yorkshire, by the way, my mother Irish. As far as I know, there’s no Jewish blood in me. Wouldn’t worry me if there was.
They’re a quarrelsome people as their own Torah testifies to and I’ve seen it at first hand in schools. They do see themselves as distanced from us Gentiles and that perhaps is the main thing. Haven’t yet seen anyone say they’re the Ickean lizards. Let me throw in another from the Oxford Book of Quotations:
[William Norman Ewer, Weekend Book, 1924]
But not so odd
As those who choose
A Jewish god
But spurn the Jews.
[Cecil Browne, in reply] And whilst we’re there on religion, Daniel Defoe wrote:
Wherever God erects a house of prayer,
The devil builds a chapel there
And ’twill be found, on examination,
That the latter has the larger larger congregation.
[The True-born Englishman, 1701, two grammatical corrections made]
I read that the Jews caused 911. Before dismissing that, seems to me it wasn’t so much “the Jews” per se as the people at the top definitely at least in the loop on that and on 7/7. Nethanyahu was on hand for the latter and was getting intelligence delivered to him. But is he a Jew or is he one of Them who know no land or race?
It’s the old story about the ordinary person, whilst capable of great wrong, e.g. the Germans in WW2, mainly through the sin of twisted pride and as a misdirected sheep, is basically not as harmful as his “leaders” are. I have no desire to take Berlin or Manhattan but if Berlin or Manhattan were to attack us here, I’d join Dad’s Army.
And the bottom line is that the people in Israel have every right to be in that land, they’re mainly hardworking as far as I can see and what? Why can’t they exist there in pretty well designated corridors of land? I was looking at a Ron Paul vid last evening – a 2011 Republican debate and almost everything he said was right.
Except on Israel, where he was right and wrong. Yes, the Rothschild money can keep them alive in the Holy Land without bleeding America of lives and money but Them doesn’t want to play its hand and would surely sit back and let the Jews be slaughtered again to show the Americans their folly in following Ron Paul’s lead.
On the other hand, they don’t need American middle-class money. Them already own most of the sophisticated weaponry and other tech so Israel wouldn’t go down unless Them wanted it so, which all indications from their literature say that they do. Rothschild is no friend of the Jewish people.
So they’re kept alive over there due to this game of Rothschild’s getting American middle-class money to obviate the need for them to invest in keeping the Jews alive and if Americans pull the plug on that, the Jews probably get slaughtered again.
What should Americans do? It’s a form of blackmail. Don’t know why but I’d not like to see the Jews slaughtered. Call it religious tradition, call it what you like.