Wednesday 22 November 2023

Against Our Better Judgment: How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel

Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create IsraelBy Richard C. Cook and Alison Weir, November 21, 2023
In Germany, the Zionists supported the rise of the Nazis ...

Collaboration Between the Zionists and Nazis?

Building on work by author Hannah Arendt, Edwin Black wrote The Transfer Agreement: The Dramatic Story of the Pact Between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine. Click Here According to author Tom Segev,

“Arendt stated that many Jews would have survived ‘had their leaders not helped the Nazis organize the concentration of Jews in the ghettos, their deportation to the east, and their transport to the death camps.’” (p.146) 

This was called the “Haavara Agreement.”

Leading evangelical ministers like Jerry Falwell received large donations from Zionist supporters. 

An entire “dispensationalist” mythology involving the “Rapture,” etc., has been constructed and promoted to justify the political union between this group of American religionists and the most extreme factions of Israeli politics led today by such figures as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. 

Netanyahu has surfaced this mad mythology to cover Israeli genocide in Gaza.

Christian churches and institutions in Palestine were assaulted by the Zionists along with the Palestinians. 

Beginnings of Terrorism and U.N. Partition of Palestine

In Palestine in the 1930s and 1940s, the Zionists tried to buy Palestinian land but few inhabitants wished to sell. The Zionists then began to organize terrorist forces to drive them out.

These terrorist groups also targeted British government officials, as Palestine was still a British Mandate. Author Alison Weir cites a statement by David ben Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister, that suggests this was at least part of what started today’s worldwide phenomenon of terrorism. 

By the start of the 1947-1949 war, Jews made up 30 percent of the Palestinian population but owned only 6-7 percent of the land.


Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create IsraelBy Richard C. Cook and Alison Weir, November 21, 2023


At 22 November 2023 at 07:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

LORD LEXDEN: We need a new independent review of the allegations against Ted Heath

“Mike Veale, former chief constable of Wiltshire and Cleveland police forces, was found guilty of gross misconduct and barred from policing for life in July after a disciplinary hearing found that he had made inappropriate sexual remarks to colleagues …

“The outcome of the disciplinary case … should be followed by renewed scrutiny of his handling of the allegations against [Heath] …

“We owe it to the memory of a dead statesman … to get at the truth of this grave matter …”

“Simon Regan (7 August 1942 – 8 August 2000) was a British journalist … In 1989, Regan founded Scallywag magazine in South Dorset.” Between 1991 and 1995 Scallywag magazine was published in London.

Simon Regan devoted considerable column inches to expressing concerns about prominent political operatives of the era, such as Lord Lexden and Derek Laud.

Regan wrote that a number of eye-witnesses had made credible allegations about allegedly criminal events that they had allegedly witnessed firsthand in Dolphin Square.

From the Scallywag magazine archives:

DEREK LAUD “is a frequent visitor to Conservative Central Officer where he meets Alistair Cooke [Lord Lexden] …”

“It all happened in a Westminster flat. Rent boys, homosexual orgies, visiting Tory politicians who solicited sex during all-night parties. From time to time the whole crowd was there …”

At 22 November 2023 at 07:19 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeffrey Epstein’s close friend Lord Mandelson — now a top adviser to the United Kingdom’s ‘next prime minister’, Sir Keir Starmer — enjoyed a long relationship over at least two decades with Edward Heath.

At 22 November 2023 at 07:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

MARGARET HODGE: Say ‘no’ to a ceasefire in the war on Palestine.

At 22 November 2023 at 13:32 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Margaret Oppenheimer-Hodge. Her Sunday name.


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