Monday, February 18, 2008

New Extremist State: Israel at Work

Hate is a terrible thing; it festers in one’s spirit, leading to the commitment of dreadful acts. We are not born with hate in our hearts, nor do we gravitate to this most unnatural of human emotions, children must be taught to hate. The evidence of this is easy to see in any playground populated by pre-schoolers who have not been influenced by the political, religious or other biases of their parents. When there are other children present in the playground the children will play together, even when not having been introduced. Why is this? Why should children be capable of doing something that adults seem so incapable of accomplishing?

The reason is simple, and it is something that adults need to re-learn: while older children will become judgemental as they are introduced to the “adult” world, the innocent pre-schooler has yet to develop the ability to judge others. When does this change? When parents begin defining a child’s place in society it sets the course for the ingrained prejudices that will rule the mind of the growing child; by limiting who they are able to play with, who they are allowed to visit after school, and all of the other influences that go into the rearing of a child a child learns what is “good” and what is “bad” and establishes a demarcation zone within their mind in which all things to be hated are placed.

Having lived in neighbourhoods that have been very multi-cultural I have seen, with my own eyes, the truth of how beautiful it is to see children playing together in peace: a rainbow of colour, laughing and running around, totally absorbed in the very real business of having fun. I have also seen the obscenity of a parent physically dragging their child away from a sandbox because they shouldn’t be playing with such “dirty” children. It wasn’t difficult to understand that the parent was addressing the brown skin of the Lebanese children, and she even gave me a nasty glare as she passed me, errantly assuming that one of the “dirty” urchins in the sandbox was mine. As a response to this ignorant individual I gave her a greeting of “good afternoon” … in German … with a click of my heels and a slight bow of my head. Somehow it seemed appropriate to bestow as much of a Nazi salute as I would give, without raising my arm.

Hatred is what allowed the Nazis to thrive, survive, and drive across the continent, killing with impunity. Their hatred against anyone who did not fit into their paradigm of the “master race” was fanatical beyond comprehension, leading to the attempted extermination of not only the Jews but the Gypsies, homosexuals, people with disabilities and scores of others who fell into the category of “unter menschen”. The “sub-humans”, individuals that the Nazis deemed unworthy to share the world with, were gathered up, shipped off and slaughtered. Their rights were taken away, subjugated as slave labour they fed the war machine the weapons used to kill other innocent lives until their usefulness wore out due to sickness, exhaustion or through the mere malice of the concentration camp guards who killed with impunity.

While the Holocaust ended in 1945 the lessons learned by the horrors of the hatred perpetrated by Hitler and his henchmen have not been passed down through the generations of surviving Jews into the land that was supposedly created as a haven from another holocaust. According to an article that DesertPeace posted there is a law in the State of Israel making it a criminal offence to call any act of the Israeli government a “Nazi act” of aggression. The most recent outcry coming from the extermination of an entire Palestinian family while they slept in the middle of the night on the 15th of February. Three children and their mother died when the Israeli Air Force used precision munitions to assassinate their father, Ayman Al Fayeq, who was suspected in “acts of terror”.

I was born of Jewish parents and am aware that at anytime I can travel to Israel and claim the “right of return”, but I have not done this nor do I plan to do so: in fact, until my brother, Ishmael ibn Ibrahim is granted the same “right of return”, I shall not set foot in the land that has become a model of Zionist Fascism. I am not constrained by the laws of Israel so I shall say what DesertPeace cannot: the actions of the Israeli government are no better than those of the Third Reich. They use terror tactics to control weaker individuals, they control every avenue of economic advancement of people living within the land who are not Jewish, often preventing them from earning a living by closing the checkpoints that Palestinians must pass through in order to travel from their homes to their places of employments, and they impose punishments upon people without having had the benefit of a trial.

Ayman Al Fayeq and his entire family were slaughtered by the IAF in the middle of the night. How can this possibly be acceptable? Even if Al Fayeq was a terrorist, what could his children have done to warrant being immolated by a bomb in the dark of night? The Nazis did similar things to the Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto, the Lodz Ghetto, through the travelling Einsatzgruppen, and other terror forces that made the Third Reich notorious for their inhuman treatment of non-Aryans. How is this different from what the Zionist Fascists are doing in Israel?

The land was given to us by God. We cannot divide the land. We must protect Israel. It is very easy to fall upon the old scriptures that promise the land to the children of Israel, forgetting that they immediately fell into disobedience and disobeyed the instructions that the Lord provided for the people before they took possession of the land. Inconvenient, and yet … what does it mean? First, you cannot go back in time and erase the mistakes of two thousand years with genocide today. The argument about not dividing the land that God has given as an inheritance hinges upon the first issue: since this present state of Israel is NOT that which was given to the children of Israel, there is no injunction against giving land to the Palestinians, though I still contend that living together is the best solution.

Defending the land must be proportional to the force being used by the attacker. You do not respond to a stick with snipers, you do not fire artillery at unarmed demonstrators … unless you are in Israel. When Hezbollah launched Katyusha Rockets, weapons that do not have sophisticated navigational equipment and rarely hit their targets with full effect, Israel has regularly responded with precision bombing and artillery far beyond the proportion of the original attack, striking the neighbourhood from which the rockets were launched. Given that the IAF has munitions that are capable of striking within 9.6 metres of the designated target (standard JDAM available for the F-16, used in the slaughter of the Fayeq family) it would seem reasonable that the IAF might start resorting to the "surgical strikes" that the USAF has been employing since the development of these precision guided munitions to such great effect in Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq.

If the Israeli government does not want to have their actions and policies likened to those of the Nazis all they have to do is start acting more like humans and less like the monsters that they have modelled themselves after; take the lessons of history and apply them now, before it is too late.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Only Israel benefits from these endless Middle East wars. Iraq is the beginning. As we commit war-crimes in Baghdad, the US gov't commits treason at home by opening mail, eliminating habeas corpus, using the judiciary to steal private lands, banning books like America Deceived (book) from Amazon and Wikipedia, conducting warrantless wiretaps and engaging in illegal wars on behalf of AIPAC's 'money-men'. Soon, another US false-flag operation will occur (sinking of an Aircraft Carrier by Mossad) and the US will invade Iran.. Then we'll invade Syria, then Saudi Arabia, then Lebanon (again) then ....

Tom Dennen said...

It starts with doubt.

Doubt leads to questions.

Any answers lead to other questions.

Eventually, the truth sets you free.

But you have to begin by doubting what is ’sold’ as the truth.

Evil exists.

I see today’s events as the Apocalypse, a Greek word meaning, “The Lifting of the Veil Between You and God.”

Only doubt and questions will lift the veil.

And the veil is lifting.

‘T’

CrazyComposer (aka Peter Amsel) said...

Thank you for the comment, Anonymous. While it is difficult to argue that there isn't something to gain from this current (ongoing!) conflict in the Middle East you must remember that the United States uses the conflict as a testing ground for their newer technologies, and for the observance of unconventional uses of older technologies.

The IAF, for example, has been flying the F-15 airframe for several decades now and they have the highest kill ratio in the WORLD - without having lost a plane in combat. No F-15 has ever been shot down, and IAF pilots are regularly used as examples of the "best of the best" when it comes to the use of this technology.

As for the possibility of Mossad pulling of something in the guise of the Gulf of Tonkin ... I must confess that I find this difficult to swallow.

There are enough real idiocies that have taken place that it isn't necessary to go looking for conspiracies hiding in every shadowy corner in order to prove the depravity of the present Israeli (and American) administrations. The simple fact that the American President has stood by while innocent civilians have been slaughtered is enough to say that complicity should be the word of the century: America has inherited the blood shed by those innocent children, their mothers, and everyone else executed without the benefit of a trial.

CC

CrazyComposer (aka Peter Amsel) said...

Thank you for your comment, Tom. If you will pardon the correction, "apocalypse" is not quite as you described: rather than including the "between you and God" the generally accepted meaning is the "lifting of the veil". Thus we have "apokalupsis eschaton" - which would be translated to "the lifting of the veil (the Revelation) at the end of the æon, or age", which gives birth to the eschatological studies in contemporary Christology.

Doubt and questions do not foster understanding unless they are accompanied by one key element: faith. Can we ever be satisfied if we seek satisfaction from the world - from the way things operate in an unjust, corrupt system? Probably not, but at the same time this should not prevent us from doing everything within our power to work for the betterment of the world in which we live by making those around us aware of what is going on in places they may not be aware of; where ignorance abides it is possible to carry on with the greatest atrocities.

CC

Anonymous said...

More jewish nonsense. Bolshevism and jewish revolution is really what has been going on all along. Stop the jewish lies trying to call this "Fascism" or "Nazism". Enough is enough!!!!!

CrazyComposer (aka Peter Amsel) said...

So nice to see that my "crank" fans are still reading ... welcome back, anonymous - and, by the way, it is "Jewish" with a capital "J".

Now, pray tell, when has there been a "Jewish revolution"? 1917? Oh, come on ... Lenin and the Bolsheviks were not Jews - the persecution of Jews during the reign of Stalin should be evidence enough of the climate of anti-Semitism that existed ... Soviet pogroms.

If it isn't "fascism" or "nazism", then what do you call the attempted genocide and systematic apartheid of another people in a land that could easily be shared by all.

Closed mindedness kills almost as much as the attitudes that led to the war in Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Korea, .... hmmmm ... a pattern ....

CC

red skin said...

First of all never compare Bolshevism with straight up agression killing children old folks.Protecting the young and the elders is a revolutionary act a left wing act.i mean this is a problem is israel i just feeding the hate with muslim countries and trust me they gonna gettit and its not gonna be good.its so sad dude lookin at the jewish people people who survived there extermination thanks to the comunist and the alied forces now them same people who almost got exterminated are using the same tactics everything as there executioner 60 years ago. i mean damn ya jewish should be left wingers kindness people but at the end they are just like the nazi... ps.. wat ya doin is not revolution fascist motha fuckers..