- Bold Jewry is looking for brave statements from open-minded
journalists who could help defend us from our tragic enemies, camouflaged
as our spokesmen, our defenders and friends: the Zionist so-called "state
of Israel" and their sympathizers abroad.
- Theodor Herzl (1860-1904), the founder of modern Zionism,
recognized that anti-Semitism would further his cause, the creation of
a separate state for Jews. To solve the Jewish Question, he maintained
"we must, above all, make it an international political issue."
Herzl wrote that Zionism offered the world a welcome "final solution
of the Jewish question." In his "Diaries", page 19, Herzl
stated "Anti-Semites will become our surest friends, anti-Semitic
countries our allies."
- Zionism was supported by the German SS and Gestapo. Hitler
himself personally supported Zionism. During the 1930's, in cooperation
with the German authorities, Zionist groups organized a network of some
40 camps throughout Germany where prospective settlers were trained for
their new lives in Palestine. As late as 1942 Zionists operated at least
one of these officially authorized "Kibbutz" training camps over
which flew the blue and white banner which would one day be adopted as
the national flag of "Israel".
- The Transfer Agreement (which promoted the emigration
of German Jews to Palestine) implemented in 1933 and abandoned at the beginning
of WWII is an important example of the cooperation between Hitler's Germany
and international Zionism. Through this agreement, Hitler's Third Reich
did more than any other government during the 1930ís to support
Jewish development in Palestine and further the Zionist goals.
- Hitler and the Zionists had a common goal: to create
a world Jewish Ghetto as a solution to the Jewish Question.
- The Zionist so-called "World Jewish Congress"
declared war on the country of Germany, knowing that it would affect their
Jewish brothers residing in that country who would be left without protection.
When others tried to help them escape to other countries, the Zionist movement
took actions which caused those countries to lock their doors to Jewish
immigration (read more in the books, "Perfidy" and "Min
Hametzer"). As a result of the Zionist influence five ships of Jewish
refugees from Germany arriving in the United States were turned back to
the gas chambers.
- The fundamental aim of the Zionist movement has been
not to save Jewish lives but to create a "Jewish state" in Palestine.
- On December 7, 1938, Ben Gurion, the first head of the
Zionist 'state of Israel' declared "If I knew it was possible to save
all the children in Germany by taking them to England, and only half of
the children by taking them to Eretz Israel, I would choose the second
solution. For we must take into account not only the lives of these children
but also the history of the people of Israel."
- On August 31, 1949, Ben Gurion stated: "Although
we have realized our dream of creating a Jewish State, we are only at the
beginning. There are still only 900,000 Jews in Israel, whereas the majority
of the Jewish people still remains abroad. Our future task is to bring
all the Jews to Israel."
- Of the two and a half million Jews seeking refuge from
the Nazis between 1935 and 1943, less than 9% went to settle in Palestine.
The vast majority, 75%, went to the Soviet Union. In the mid-70's, more
people emigrated out of 'Israel' than came in. The only surges of immigration
to the Zionist state have occurred during anti-Semitic threats and persecution
in foreign countries. It follows that for the Zionist state to achieve
its goal of a Jewish world ghetto anti-Semitism must be promoted and encouraged,
and as we have seen, by acts of violence if necessary.
- "To attain its practical objectives, Zionism hopes
it will be able to collaborate with a government that is fundamentally
hostile to the Jews". ñ "A Holocaust Reader", p.
- The use of anti-Semitism as a tool to coerce immigration
to the Zionist state continues to the present day:
- Prime Minister Sharon has stated that anti-Semitism is
on the rise and that the only hope for the safety of Jews is to move to
Israel under the protection of the Zionist state. "The best solution
to anti-Semitism is immigration to Israel. It is the only place on Earth
where Jews can live as Jews," he said.
- Those who continue to call the so-called "state
of Israel" the "Jewish State" are not only promoting Zionism
which is contrary to the beliefs of true Judaism, but also endorsing the
promotion of worldwide anti-Semitism. In doing so they are endangering
the lives of traditional Jews and denying their civil liberties and human
- When the British foreign secretary, Arthur Balfour (sponsor
of the 1905 Aliens Act to restrict Jewish immigration to the UK), wanted
the British government to commit itself to a Jewish homeland in Palestine,
his declaration was delayed - not by anti-Semites but by leading figures
in the British Jewish community. They included a Jewish member of the cabinet
who called Balfour's pro-Zionism "anti-Semitic in result". In
contrast, a great statesman like Secretary of State Colin Powell, a supporter
of traditional Judaism, has the courage to separate Judaism from Zionism
and to acknowledge that speaking out against the actions of the Zionist
state is not "anti-Semitism".
- We call upon our leaders in Washington to disassociate
the actions of the Zionist state from traditional Judaism by no longer
referring to "Israel" as the "Jewish State" but as
"the Zionist State" and to speak out against the Zionist actions
which promote anti-Semitism.
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