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Friday, April 8, 2016

Is There a Modern-Day International Judenrat?

During the six year genocide of Jews in Europe there were, surprisingly -- or not -- Jews that profited from the horrific situation their bretheren were in.
  As far back as 1933, Nazi policy makers had discussed establishing Jewish-led institutions to carry out anti-Jewish policies. Thus the Judenrat was born. Some Jews were drafted and others volunteered. Those of integrity left the Judenrat as soon as they realized they were required to colaborate with the nazis against their own people. Those that willfully served in the Judenrat did so for reasons of personal gain --  security of a regular income, great profits from extortion of fellow Jews, and preferential treatment by the Nazis. All of this of course, was at the expense of the general Jewish population.

Without exception, whether in biblical times or modern times, Jews have always been at the height of their affluence and intoxication at being allowed to hobnob amongst non-Jews. But defeat was never with the sudden blow of an ax. It was always the result of a very clear and methodical publicized campaign - a plan for all to see – destroy the Jews. We Jews always choose not to see it. What an interesting phenomenon. Moreso interesting is the fact that we allow Jews to walk among us supporting our oppressors.

It's only been 70 since the last attempt to wipe the Jewish People off the face of the earth, and yet here we are again. Jews, more loyal to liberal progressive ideas are leading the world toward the next Jewish Holocaust.

But is it for ideas alone that these treasonous Jewish individuals and organizations work against Israel? Probably not. Many of these Jews belong to NGOs funded with astronomical sums of money by countries and individuals that either openly call for the destruction of Israel as a Jewish State or mildly disguise their intent.

It would be interesting to learn just what size of monthly income it takes for, say, leaders of "Breaking the Silence," or "B'Tselem" to work against the good of their own people. To travel the world bad-mouthing the very society that they grew up in. They say they are trying to make real change, but if this were true why would they not make use of the democratic institutions and tools available in the thriving democracy at home in Israel? Could it be that these individuals would otherwise be unemployed? Is it possible they enjoy being the center of attention? Any guess will do as it is impossible for a logical person to understand what make's a Jew wake up in the morning and decide that he is now working for the enemies of his own country and his own people.

Many American Jews and Israeli Jews, living comfortable lives, have taken up a new hobby -- bringing Israel to her knees. "J-street" and the "New Israel Fund" have the audacity to sit in the luxury of  the richest country in the world, forcefully undermining Israel's democratic processesses. Such arrogance can only exist in a society of fat overfed pseudo-intellectuals that have the sustenance to lose touch with reality and reshape the physics of a mankind's moral compass.

Observations of 'Adrian Reland' of Palestine in 1695

Taken from Robert Spencer's Original Article, Israel's Voice 

Adrian Reland's 3 most prominent conclusions in 1695 from his book 'Palestina', published by Trajecti Batavorum: Ex Libraria G. Brodelet, 1714

1. Not one settlement in the Land of Israel has a name that is of Arabic origin. Most of the settlement names originate in the Hebrew, Greek, Latin or Roman languages. In fact, till today, except to Ramlah, not one Arabic settlement has an original Arabic name. Till today, most of the settlements names are of Hebrew or Greek origin, the names distorted to senseless Arabic names. There is no meaning in Arabic to names such as Acco (Acre), Haifa, Jaffa, Nablus, Gaza, or Jenin and towns named Ramallah, El Halil and El-Kuds (Jerusalem) lack historical roots or Arabic philology. In 1696, the year Relandi toured the land, Ramallah, for instance, was called Bet’allah (From the Hebrew name Beit El) ...

2. Most of the land was empty, desolate.
Most of the land was empty, desolate, and the inhabitants few in number and mostly concentrate in the towns Jerusalem, Acco, Tzfat, Jaffa, Tiberius and Gaza. Most of the inhabitants were Jews and the rest Christians. There were few Muslims, mostly nomad Bedouins. Nablus, known as Shchem, was exceptional, where approximately 120 people, members of the Muslim Natsha family and approximately 70 Shomronites, lived.

In the Galilee capital, Nazareth, lived approximately 700 Christians and in Jerusalem approximately 5000 people, mostly Jews and some Christians.

The interesting part was that Relandi mentioned the Muslims as nomad Bedouins who arrived in the area as construction and agriculture labor reinforcement, seasonal workers.

In Gaza for example, lived approximately 550 people, fifty percent Jews and the rest mostly Christians. The Jews grew and worked in their flourishing vineyards, olive tree orchards and wheat fields (remember Gush Katif?) and the Christians worked in commerce and transportation of produce and goods. Tiberius and Tzfat were mostly Jewish and except of mentioning fishermen fishing in Lake Kinneret — the Lake of Galilee — a traditional Tiberius occupation, there is no mention of their occupations. A town like Um el-Phahem was a village where ten families, approximately fifty people in total, all Christian, lived and there was also a small Maronite church in the village (The Shehadah family).

3. No Palestinian heritage or Palestinian nation.
Adrian Reland's  book 'Palestina' totally contradicts any post-modern theory claiming a “Palestinian heritage,” or Palestinian nation. The book strengthens the connection, relevance, pertinence, kinship of the Land of Israel to the Jews and the absolute lack of belonging to the Arabs, who robbed the Latin name Palestina and took it as their own.
In Granada, Spain, for example, one can see Arabic heritage and architecture. In large cities such as Granada and the land of Andalucía, mountains and rivers like Guadalajara, one can see genuine Arabic cultural heritage: literature, monumental creations, engineering, medicine, etc. Seven hundred years of Arabic reign left in Spain an Arabic heritage that one cannot ignore, hide or camouflage. But here, in Israel there is nothing like that! Nada, as the Spanish say! No names of towns, no culture, no art, no history, and no evidence of Arabic rule; only huge robbery, pillaging and looting; stealing the Jews’ holiest place, robbing the Jews of their Promised Land. Lately, under the auspices of all kind of post modern Israelis — also hijacking and robbing us of our Jewish history.

PLO executive committee member Zahir Muhsein said this in 1977:
The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct “Palestinian people” to oppose Zionism.
For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.

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