Israel's Olmert says country facing unprecedented isolation

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This is just the begining, and it maybe too late for israel to turn back the clock on the palestinian issue, let it be on record, the world has spoken.

Dec 08, 2012 7:27pm EST  --  Report as abuse

This is just the begining, and it maybe too late for israel to turn back the clock on the palestinian issue, let it be on record, the world has spoken.

Dec 08, 2012 7:27pm EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

And now back to reality that no one mentions (except for Dean Michael Jackson):

Firstly, the term “Palestinian” was a national designation given to the inhabitants of the Jewish Homeland in 1922. Other than that, it had no ethnic/intrinsic nationalist* value, which is why the territory was re-named Israel on May 14, 1948 when the Jews declared independence.

Secondly, Arab governments resurrected the defunct “Palestinian” name in 1964 (at the first Arab League summit in Cairo, Egypt, where the PLO was officially created and launched) when they were forced to alter their strategy towards Israel, because Israel in 1963 had either tested their first nuclear bomb or actually acquired their first nuclear bomb.**

This brings us to the Six-Day War, which was planned (with the cooperation of the USSR) to be lost by Arab governments, so as to operationalize the Arab governments’ proxy strategy, using the newly-minted “Palestinians”.

Note that Arab governments never did create an “Arab” state for West Bank/Gaza inhabitants between 1948 – 1963, nor a “Palestinian” state (when “Arabs” was changed to “Palestinians”) between 1964 – May 1967.

The next phase of the Arab governments’ Long-Range Strategy will be to have Arabs in the West Bank and Gaza renounce their claim for an independent state and opt to become Israeli citizens instead, which is what they are according to the Palestine Mandate of 1922. When one throws in Arabs living in the refugee camps, the Jewish inhabitants of Israel will be electorally out-voted, leading to the reincorporation of the territory that is now Israel back into the Arab fold.

There is, however, one tactic that Israel will use to thwart the “new” Arab governments’ Long-Range Strategy:

Israel’s counter-strategy to offset the looming Arab electoral majority will be to offer Jews living all over the world automatic Israeli citizenship, thereby conferring the right to vote in Israeli elections, swinging the electoral balance back overwhelmingly to the Jewish side.

Contemporaneous with events described above, watch for the fake “collapse” of the Chinese Communist government (following the last major Communist disinformation operation: The fraudulent collapse of the USSR. Both disinformation operations fall under the “Long-Range Policy”, the “new” strategy all Communist nations signed onto in 1960 to defeat the West.), when soon after that “collapse” Mexico will request the “assistance” of Chinese troops in combating the then spreading Mexico City-manufactured “drug wars” there. America, however, will be stymied from preventing the presence of Chinese troops in Mexico due to emergencies that will “suddenly” crop up in the Korean peninsula, the Balkans, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc.
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*”The First Congress of Muslim-Christian Associations (in Jerusalem, February 1919), which met for the purpose of selecting a Palestinian Arab representative for the Paris Peace Conference, adopted the following resolution: “We consider Palestine as part of Arab Syria, as it has never been separated from it at any time. We are connected with it by national, religious, linguistic, natural, economic and geographical bonds.”[60]” – Wikipedia, “Palestinian People”.

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“An all-Palestine Congress was held in Jerusalem between January 27 and February 10, 1919, to formulate a common policy, called “program”, on Palestine to advise Faisal while attending the Paris Peace Conference on behalf of the Arabs. The Jerusalem Congress was presided over by ‘Aref Pasha al-Dajani who was, at the time, the president of the Jerusalem branch of the Muslim-Christian Association mentioned earlier. (Representatives of the Association also attended the General Syrian Congress in Damascus.)(8)

The Jerusalem Congress, resolved to reject political Zionism and to accept British assistance on condition such assistance would not impinge upon Sovereignty in Palestine.(9) Basically, the Congress wanted Palestine to be part of an independent Syrian State to be governed by Faisal of the Hashemite family. It
also preferred U.S. political tutelage, should this be necessary, or British tutelage, as a second choice, but under no circumstances would the Congress accept French political guardianship.” – PALESTINE:
FACTIONALISM IN THE NATIONAL MOVEMENT (1919 – 1939), DR. MANUEL HASSASSIAN.

Note that DR. MANUEL HASSASSIAN inadvertently admits to the lie of the “distinct Palestinian People” when he writes, “Basically, the Congress wanted Palestine to be part of an independent Syrian State to be governed by Faisal of the Hashemite family.”

In these consultations between Arab elites of Palestine circa 1919-1920, there was NO mention of the “distinct ethnic Palestinian people”. They referred to themselves as Syrian, Arab.

** Note: Arab governments held their first Arab League summit the very year after Israel’s reputed first test (or acquisition) of a nuclear bomb. The summit was necessary in order to implement a new Pan Arab government “Long-Range Strategy” towards Israel.

Dec 08, 2012 8:54pm EST  --  Report as abuse
borisjimbo wrote:

Uhh, Jackson, you don’t suppose the term “Palestinian” has its root in the term “Philistine”, do you?

Dec 08, 2012 9:53pm EST  --  Report as abuse

When the land of an indigenous people is systematically stolen, when those peoples are blockaded, besieged, beaten and murdered, their leaders assassinated, their civil and human rights denied, their olive groves burned down by Israeli price-tag terrorists, their towns and villages razed and their schools and hospitals destroyed by banned chemical weapons, it is time for the UN Security Council to act as one in condemning these atrocities and for member states, including those of the EU, and of Canada and the US to suspend all bilateral trade with the occupier and perpetrator regardless of its powerful lobbies in Washington and Brussels.

The latest incitement to violence by the increasingly isolated Netanyahu is the one that could lead the Middle East into a devastating firestorm that could destroy the region and disrupt essential oil supplies for months leading to global recession. Even the former prime minister of Israel warns of the increasing danger to peace. The world must act and act now!

Dec 08, 2012 10:14pm EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

borisjimbo says, “Jackson, you don’t suppose the term “Palestinian” has its root in the term “Philistine”, do you?”

Where did I say it didn’t? After the Second Jewish Revolt Rome renamed Judea Palestine, which is the Latin word for Philistine. The purpose for the name change was to insult the Jews by renaming the area after ancient Israel’s bitter enemy. That’s why on May 14, 1948 the Jews changed Palestine to Israel.

Now, what has an Arab in 1917 Syria (where the non-provincial territory of Palestine existed), who called himself/herself a Syrian, got to do with the extinct Philistines?

Dec 08, 2012 10:47pm EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

DouglasReed100 says, “When the land of an indigenous people is systematically stolen…”

What indigenous people are you referring to? The League of Nations gave the Arabs of the Middle East six states in the early 1920s and one state for the Jews of the Middle East.

The Arabs received: Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Jabal al Druze and The Alawite State. The Jews received Palestine under the Palestine Mandate of 1922, which included the West Bank and Gaza. Now tell us what lands were stolen from the Arabs of Palestine? When did the Turks, or later the British, allow lands be stolen from native Arabs in Palestine? Enumerate, please!

By the way, the reason the League of Nations didn’t create a state for the “distinct ethnic Palestinians” (like was done for the Druze and Alawites) in the early 1920s is because there was no such entity existing in the 1920s or before! If you had read my initial comment carefully, you would have known that Arab governments resurrected the defunct “Palestinian” title in 1963.

Dec 08, 2012 10:57pm EST  --  Report as abuse

This history lesson is of no relevance whatsoever.

The Arabs of Palestine have had a continuous presence on the land for over 1000 years. They are the largest indigenous people of the region. No matter how you play it, or distort it, that fact remains. And the massacre by terrorists in April 1948 of the entire village of Deir Yassan that caused the flight of 700,000 Muslims whose homes were then expropriated by Israeli immigrants is the only relevant fact.

Terrorism should not be rewarded.

Dec 08, 2012 11:27pm EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

DouglasReed100 says, “The Arabs of Palestine have had a continuous presence on the land for over 1000 years.”

Firstly, there is no such thing as a “Palestinian”; secondly, the Ottoman Empire LOST the territory when they LOST World War I. Thirdly, the Arabs of the Middle East received SIX states from the League of Nations. Fourthly, Jews received ONE state.

Have you got a problem with the Jews of the Middle East getting a nation of their own when the Arabs received SIX nations of their own?

As for Jewish massacres in April of 1948, how about Arab massacres in January 1948? You forget there was a Civil War taking place in Palestine, between December 1947 through May 13, 1948:

January 9, 1948: 35 Jews killed near Kfar Etzion

January 10, 1948: 11 Jews killed, 1 decapitated near Yavne

January 14, 1948: 7 Jews, 2 Britons killed in Haifa

January 20, 1948: 8 Jews killed in Yehiam

January 22, 1948: 7 Jews killed near Yazur

January 25, 1948: 10 Jews killed

The list goes on, including Arabs killed by Jews.

Dec 09, 2012 12:00am EST  --  Report as abuse
DeanMJackson wrote:

DouglasReed100, ask yourself why Arab governments in 1963 resurrected the defunct term “Palestinian”?

Real peace will come to the Middle East when:

(1) Arab governments admit to the “new” “Long-Term Strategy” they adopted towards Israel at their first Arab League summit meeting in 1964; and

(2) admit that the term “Palestinian” became defunct on May 14, 1948 when Palestine became Israel.

Until then, we will know that Arab governments refuse to abide by the outcome of World War I, meaning Arab governments have contempt for International Law and the West.

Dec 09, 2012 1:06am EST  --  Report as abuse
Tiu wrote:

Israel is mentally ill.

Dec 09, 2012 3:21am EST  --  Report as abuse
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