On the 16th Jan 2007, the Boston Globe ran an editorial by the editorial page director, H.D.S. Greenway. It was a typical apparently “left of center” piece on a possible US/Israeli attack on Iran, with a call for everyone to “step back and take a deep breath”. Towards the end of the piece however, the author makes a comment where he inadvertently gets to the heart of the matter before quickly glossing it over with a line taken directly from the Zionist book of truisms.
Every Israeli prime minister has had to fear in one remote corner of the brain that the effect of Zionism might be to gather all the Jews in one place for destruction. This fear has been brought front and center by Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s criminally irresponsible call for the destruction of the Jewish state.
First of all, it has been exposed as an Israeli and Western media lie that Iran’s (soon to be former) president Ahmadinejad called for the destruction of the Jewish state. So the only truth in Greenway’s statement is found in the words “the effect of Zionism [has been] to gather all the Jews in one place for destruction.” . Greenway’s suggestion that this was a mistake on the part of the Zionists who created and continue to control the Jewish state, however, is laughable, mainly because it was patently obvious, from the very outset, that to create a state for Jews in 1948 by stealing land belonging to another people and to proceed to oppress, and periodically murder, the indigenous population over the following 64 years was the best way to ensure a perpetual threat to the Jews of Israel.
A little known fact is that it was not only Palestinian blood that was shed to create the Zionist state of Israel. Over the course of the past 120 years, successive Zionist leaders deemed the lives of Jews living around the Middle East worthless enough to be sacrificed in an effort to ensure the fulfillment of the bogus biblical prophecy about the creation of a Jewish homeland in the Middle East.
In his book Ben Gurion’s Scandal’s, Naeim Giladi states:
“From the start they knew that in order to establish a Jewish state they had to expel the indigenous Palestinian population to the neighboring Islamic states and import Jews from these same states. Theodore Herzl, the architect of Zionism, thought it could be done by social engineering. In his diary entry for June 12th 1885, he wrote that Zionist settlers would have to “spirit the penniless population across the border by procuring employment for it in the transit countries, while denying it any employment in our own country.”
Vladimir Jabotinsky, Prime Minister Netanyahu’s ideological progenitor, frankly admitted that such a transfer of populations could only be brought about by force.
David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister, told a Zionist Conference in 1937 that any proposed Jewish state would have to “transfer Arab populations out of the area, if possible of their own free will, if not by coercion.” After 750,000 Palestinians were uprooted and their lands confiscated in 1948-49, Ben-Gurion had to look to the Islamic countries for Jews who could fill the resultant cheap labor market. “Emissaries” were smuggled into these countries to “convince” Jews to leave either by trickery or fear.
In the case of Iraq, both methods were used: uneducated Jews were told of a Messianic Israel in which the blind see, the lame walk, and onions grow as big as melons; educated Jews had bombs thrown at them.”
To this we must add the fact of Zionist collaboration with the Nazis during WWII. In Lenni Brenner’s book, 51 Documents: Zionist collaboration with the Nazis, Brenner provides documented evidence that:
The Zionists also had a trade plan with the Berlin government by which German Jews could redeem their property in Nazi goods exported to then British-occupied Palestine. And to top it all off, the infamous SS-Hptscharf. Adolf Eichmann, had visited Palestine, in October, 1937, as the guest of the Zionists. He also met, in Egypt, with Feivel Polkes, a Zionist operative, whom Eichmann described as a “leading Haganah functionary.” The chain-smoking Polkes was also on the Nazis’ payroll “as an informer.”[…]
After the Holocaust began in 1942, Eichmann dealt regularly with Dr. Rudolf Kastner, a Hungarian Jew, whom he considered a “fanatical Zionist.” Kastner was later assassinated in Israel as a Nazi collaborator. At issue then, however, was the bargaining over the eventual fate of Hungary’s Jews, who were slated for liquidation in the Nazi-run death camps. Eichmann said this about Kastner, the Zionist representative, “I believe that [he] would have sacrificed a thousand or a hundred thousand of his blood to achieve his political goal. He was not interested in old Jews or those who had become assimilated into Hungarian society. ‘You can have the others,’ he would say, ‘but let me have this group here.’ And because Kastner rendered us a great service by helping keep the deportation camps peaceful. I would let his groups escape.”
Readers, too, will be surprised to learn, that after the Nuremberg Anti-Jewish Race Laws were enacted in Sept., 1935, that there were only two flags that were permitted to be displayed in all of Nazi Germany. One was Hitler’s favorite, the Swastika. The other was the blue and white banner of Zionism. The Zionists were also allowed to publish their own newspaper. The reasons for this Reich-sponsored favoritism was, according to the author: The Zionists and the Nazis had a common interest, making German Jews emigrate to Palestine.