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Jews saying ‘not in my name’

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These quotes (From JewsSansFrontieres) make me think change is knocking on our doors. It’s not only about far away Israel or the Jews, its about the global financial world and what it is supporting everywhere.


I can’t help but be reminded of Ben Gurion’s infamous words following Kristallnacht:

If I knew it was possible to save all [Jewish] children of Germany by their transfer to England and only half of them by transferring them to Eretz-Yisrael, I would choose the latter—-because we are faced not only with the accounting of these [Jewish] children but also with the historical accounting of the Jewish People.

I think roughly translated that means that the Jewish state is more important than Jewish people and that’s what they call zionism.


And in another post:

What Mr Olmert and others are really saying, without realising it, is that Israel is already in an apartheid situation  and that if it doesn’t end that situation soon, the world will notice and begin to respond accordingly.Apartheid is qualitative not quantitative. So many people try to get Israel off the hook of the apartheid tag on the grounds that Arabs are a minority under Israel’s rule. This ignores the ethnic cleansing that made that the case. It also ignores the fact that apartness is what apartheid means and that apartness is the crux of zionist rule.


I think we are all under Zionist rule. History might never have known a time where people feel as apart as they do today in the Western Metropolises.

Written by morris

March 24, 2009 at 3:25 pm

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