Monday, January 26, 2009
I chose the Modern (political) Zionist Movement as my second entry because it is mostly unknown, highly controversial and insulated from being examined because it is considered taboo to be critical of Jews.
Starting in the middle 1800’s with Moses Hess, the idea of a national home for Jews re-appeared. The debate existed in ancient times, as a religious disagreement within the tribal nation of Israel: God had exiled the Jews for their lack of obedience. Some Israelites had a desire to re-occupy their tribal lands, in contradiction of God’s mandate.
The modern Zionist Movement, beginning with Moses Hess (and comically with Henry Wentworth Monk,) eventually flowered into a powerful political ideology. The “problem” of Jews failing to assimilate into the countries and cultures they lived in created a need for a “National Jewish Homeland” in the minds of some elitist intellectuals.
Theodor Herzl is typically given credit for fathering the idea of a “Secular Jewish State”. His most famous work concerning Zionism is his book “The Jewish State” written in 1896. By 1897 Herzl had called the First Zionist Congress. Despite some bickering over the location, Herzl was finally able to establish Basel Switzerland as the meeting place. The World Zionist Organization was born, and their agreed goal was to have a Jewish state. Zionism has remained a controversial subject within the Jewish community since its re-emergence in the middle 1800’s.
The true goal of Modern Zionism was the establishment of the Jewish State of Israel. This goal was accomplished on May 14, 1948 when the United Nations declared two separate states to exist in those hotly debated Middle Eastern territories: namely Israel and Palestine. U.S. President Harry Truman immediately acknowledged Israel, making the United States the first to recognize Israel as a country. Palestine has never been recognized as a country—thus the problems of the Middle East continue to this day. Technically, Zionism today is support for the state of Israel. True political Zionism accomplished its goal in 1948 when Israel fought its “War of Independence”.
This is the little known truth about the Zionist movement—they used terrorism and intrigue to establish their foothold in the Middle East. It was the Jews who introduced explosives to the Arabs (read the last link carefully). The car bomb was a tool first used by Militant Zionist groups like the Hagana, The Stern Gang (Lehi), the Irgun and the less widely known Palmach. The most notable Zionist Terrorist attacks were the Lavon Affair (known in Israel as the shameful affair) and the King David Hotel Bombing.
Both of these attacks were carried out with Jewish Militants posing as Arabs. Placing the blame for the bombings on Arabs would strengthen the position of the Militant Zionists and garner support. Zionism has a long history of False Flag Terrorism, with some people speculating that they were responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
The effects of Zionism touch each part of society. Zionism has a huge influence on politics. Amazingly—it is mostly hidden in the United States. Media sources and politicos take the United States’ support for Israel for granted. We were first in recognizing Israel, and we remain first in supporting her: in word and in deed.
The most startling reality, in my opinion, is the massive support for Zionism outside of the Jewish community. The Christian Zionists support Israel financially (with regular donations), politically (with sermons of military solidarity), and spiritually with prayers and special interpretations of scripture.
The support for Israel in the mainstream media and entertainment industry is startling. If you want information that is less biased, you will have to rely on the international press. Even the international press is slanted in Israel’s favor, but they are willing to criticize—something the U.S. mainstream media is rarely capable of. While Arabs are regularly painted as terrorists in the news, movies and on television, the role of any Jew, (especially an Israeli), as a terrorist, or a criminal is all but missing from their scripts.
My continued studies of world events have led me to many shocking subjects. But none shocked more than to learn that Modern Political Zionism had such an enormous influence in the world. I had never heard of it. It was never mentioned in school, and when I became a student of Zionism, I was immediately labeled as a racist, bigoted, Jew-hating anti-Semite. Being I had known only two Jewish friends in my life, I was shocked to find that I allegedly hated them so much—and I didn’t even know it!
Usually prejudice stems from a repeated string of personal experiences. I know an old man who used to own a chain of ice cream parlors. He was repeatedly robbed, mugged and beaten by various black men who had moved into the neighborhood. To this day he is prejudice against blacks. Although I disagree with his prejudice, I understand it. He is gun shy based on his extremely negative past experience. For people to claim that I was now “anti-Semitic”, simply because I had begun to study World Zionism and found a TON of conflicting and negative information, was shocking.
I have tried to see the positive side of the Zionist movement, but it just does not work for me. I sympathize with the Palestinians when the Israeli Defense Forces use machine guns, tanks and grenades to respond to kids throwing rocks and the occasional rocket fire.
Lastly I must say that I think that the Jewish people have suffered from Zionism the most. Many Jews were staunchly anti-Zionist from the beginning. Many more still are today. In retrospect, the idea that a strictly Jewish state can be established in the middle of a bunch of Arab and Muslim countries is absurd. Jews who have been fooled into moving to Israel, to live in fear of Arab attacks, are suffering needlessly. Zionist ideology is to blame.
I bought a book called “God Cried” for ten dollars on the internet. Written by Tony Clifton with photographs by Catherine Leroy, the book describes the invasion of Lebanon by the Israelis in 1982. Similar to the invasions of Gaza that have happened recently, the Israeli’s bombed schools and hospitals in Lebanon. They machine gunned innocents and rocketed ambulances—all in the name of Zionism. Mr. Tony Clifton makes a terrific observation near the end of his writing in “God Cried”. He describes his feelings while visiting the ruins of a place called Masada.
The story of Masada goes like this: In ancient times the Romans had conquered everything except a small fortified plateau in Israel called Masada. It was held by a group of warrior Jews. Having supplies and excellent defense because of their location, the Jews held out and were not overcome by the Romans for a long period of time. The Romans, being patient and having their own resources, built an enormous earthen ramp up to the fortifications of Masada. (This was a common Roman tactic.) To make a long story short, when the Romans finally got inside, the Jews had all committed suicide to avoid being overcome by their captors. Ironically the entire story has been proven to be myth, by a Jewish archeologist.
Tony Clifton’s observation, as he was writing his memories of Masada, was that he thought the Arab nations would eventually do just what the Romans had done. In time they would build their ramp of solidarity against the State of Israel, and one day their cohesion would reach the point of strength, and they would conquer the Jewish state.
I’m not sure if I agree with Tony on this point, but it is a gruesome possibility. I personally believe that Israel and Zionism have been intentionally set up for defeat at some time in the future. A dialectical process: Create a problem, observe the reaction, and supply a solution. My next entry in this series will delve into the dialectic more so—confronting the groups and peoples who allow it to work effectively—whether they realize it or not…
Sunday, January 18, 2009
Each of the subjects I touch on in these next five posts will be highlighted with a piece of my photo shop art—just for fun—and to break up the monotony. The order in which these topics are placed is significant. I will list them according to how important I think they are. How truly important these things are is impossible to discern.
Communitarianism. This is first on my list because most people have never heard of it. Communitarianism is a hard word to say. It is also hard to spell and difficult to remember. The official definition is, “of or relating to social organization in small cooperative partially collectivist communities.”
A condensed description of Communitarian goals would be, “The balancing of individual rights against the needs of the [global] community.” I see a major problem with balancing or “harmonizing” individual rights versus community “responsibilities”. When the rights of the individual are limited with laws, “administrative policies”, or professional peer pressure, the concept of personal freedom suffers.
Amitai Ezioni, the guru of the Communitarian Network and advisor to various presidents thinks that we have “focused on the rights of the individual for too long…” I couldn't disagree with him more. From restrictive Home Owner Associations to thousands of useless tax laws--the individual’s ability to live a private life (with private belongings) has been whittled away for decades.
Local Agenda 21 is a comprehensive policy set up by the United Nations. It was presented at the1992 Rio Summit. LA 21 outlines their plan for every community in the world to be managed under similar guidelines. They focus on Environmentalism, “Sustainable Development” or “Smart Growth” and “Economics” and so on. All of the countries of the world are either signed up to participate, or they are being peer pressured into signing up. If you haven’t heard the terms: “Green”, “Smart Growth”, or “Sustainable” buzzing in your ear lately… You’re either not listening, or you are a hermit.
The goals of Communitarianism are presented so that they always sound GREAT. Imagine! Well organized communities with people working together efficiently. Everyone trained or designated to manage everything in a “Sustainable” fashion… and always with a focus on what is best for “Mother Earth”. If you disagree with their agenda,you obviously want to live in a poorly organized community where no one works together. Nothing is managed properly and therefore it cannot be sustained. Selfish individuals are ignorant of the needs of “Mother Earth” ...or they just don’t care. The individuals only care about themselves.
Often people mistake Communitarianism for Communism. This is a false conclusion. Various other titles describe communitarian values. Maybe you’ve heard them: The Third Way, The Radical Middle, “Non-partisans”, “Centrists” etcetera. (Both Obama and McCain represent Communitarian Ideals.) These separate titles exist for the “Communitarian Platform” because it identifies their goals AWAY from the goals of the “Liberals” or “Conservatives”. Third Way politics are the SYNTHESIS of the left and right. The radical middle claims to combine the best of the “socialist leftists” and “ultra-capitalist conservatives”.
Communitarianism is not Communism because Communism focuses only on the power of the “state” and obliterates the existence of the individual. Within Communism, if you are not working for the interests of the “state”, then you cease to exist. Communitarians claim to balance the individual’s rights against the needs of “community”. What they don’t tell you is that their work involving administrative laws and “regulations” is laying the foundations for a supra-national (world wide) legal structure. I placed Communitarianism at the top of this list because the goals of this movement are REAL and they are slowly being accomplished in EVERY community in the world: From the Bottom Up. The sovereignty of countries is being dissolved. It is being replaced with Communitarian Law. Stay Tuned for my next installment.
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Saturday, January 10, 2009
I see the major deception in
"MEDIA" and "RELIGION" and "POLITICS" like this:
Information always comes
down from one of the 3 ranks.
- The first rank is the
Examples: Government, Military, Corporate or
Mega-Church sources etc.
- The second rank are the
CNN, Fox, ABC, CBS, Major Newspapers, Magazines, The Geraldos/Limbaughs/Hannitys/Amy
Goodmans/Noam Chompskis etc.
They spew information and they expect you to become emotional about it. They
want you to agree or disagree with violent gusto.
Nearly all of the people who claim to be
Independents, Patriots, Truth
Seekers, or Mystics are liars. They are usually considered heretics or
Their job is to get a STRONG emotional response from anyone growing weary of the
first two ranks. They always cover
The purpose of this tricky
design is protective REDUNDANCY. If you don't believe the Government sources
like the President or General
Schwartz-cough—Then you have Limbaugh and O'Reily to stir you up about
current events. Once you begin to doubt the O'Reily and Oprah types, then they
supply the JOYCE RILEYS and the
KLIESTS and the ALEX JONESes. This is a safety net against people starting
to truly think and do research for themselves. If they can catch you with one
of their puppets, then you are
If you look at ALL of the so
called "alternative" radio show guest lists, the NAMES ALWAYS REPEAT.
Alan Watt, Nancy Levant,
Charolette Iserbyt, Eustace Mullins, Greg Kaminski, Lindsey Williams,
Christopher Bollyn, John DeCamp, Eric Hufschmid, Sofia Smallstrom, Stephen
Jones, Michael Shaw, Constance Cumbey, Joan Veon, John Stadmiller, Ralph
Epperson, AND THE REPEATING LIST OF NAMES GOES ON! When you've downloaded and
listened to as many mp3's as I have... the pattern becomes obvious.
Can we claim each one of
these people is knowingly practicing a lie? NO. Do a large number of them
stick to a single subject, and NEVER allow themselves to be steered away from
Cumbey is a perfect example. Get her away from her
anti-New Age-ism area, and drag her away from her dogmatic religious beliefs,
and suddenly she cannot answer questions or maintain the discussion any longer.
It becomes damned obvious that she is a LAWYER when you ask her about
It is the same for nearly all
of the people listed above. Michael Shaw is stuck on Agenda 21. Stephen Jones
and others are stuck on 9/11. Joyce Riley is the alleged expert on "gulf war
syndrome" and DU. Constance Cumbey is the New Age exposer. For John Decamp it
is Satanism and Child Abuse. Joan Veon covers only The UN. Charlotte Iserbyt
is focused on the erosion of Education.
If you can—go find the
audio of Peter Kawaja's 14 hour video "The
Conspiracy to Cover- up Peter Kawaja's Evidence". Good luck in your
search. Once someone can find a genuine American patriot like Peter Kawaja or
Niki Raapana, it becomes easy to recognize the others as PUPPETS. They cannot
person attempting to tell the truth into a puppet. I consider Niki an example
of what the 3rd rank media whores would call a
They chop her up in videos,
they corner her on fake paytriot radio, they send spies and cops to her houses…
THEY JUST KEEP ON TRYING to get those strings to stick to her arms, legs and
mouth... But she just shrugs it off and walks away. She's a person. Not a
puppet. I believe the same can be said for Linda Kennedy. Kennedy has exposed
Joyce Riley and Dave Von Kliest as
disinformation artists. Her radio broadcasts that teach disinformation
strategies and explain HOW to look at current events are invaluable.
Bobby Garner, Peter Kawaja, Niki
Raapana and Linda Kennedy are all excellent examples of what appear to be honest
people attempting to teach others about information they have discovered. I say
they appear to be honest, because NO ONE should accept information that they
have not researched for themselves. People are
tricked easily. Most people want a ‘leader’. Each of us can be fastened to
our puppet strings, and be made to dance; if we simply follow the
leaders we are provided.