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    The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond (OP)


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    Understand what the globalists have in store for the Middle East

    The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

    Surely, what’s happening now in Iraq and Syria must serve as a final wakeup call that we have been led into a horrific situation in the Middle East by a powerful Lobby driven by the interests of one tribe and one tribe alone.

    Back in 1982, Oded Yinon an Israeli journalist formerly attached to the Israeli Foreign Ministry, published a document titled ‘A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties.’This Israeli commentator suggested that for Israel to maintain its regional superiority, it must fragment its surrounding Arab states into smaller units. The document, later labelled as ‘Yinon Plan’, implied that Arabs and Muslims killing each other in endless sectarian wars was, in effect, Israel’s insurance policy.

    Of course, regardless of the Yinon Plan’s prophesies, one might still argue that this has nothing to do with Jewish lobbying, politics or institutions but is just one more Israeli strategic proposal except that it is impossible to ignore that the Neocon school of thought that pushed the English-speaking Empire into Iraq was largely a Jewish Diaspora, Zionist clan. It’s also no secret that the 2nd Gulf War was fought to serve Israeli interests - breaking into sectarian units what then seemed to be the last pocket of Arab resistance to Israel.

    Similarly, it is well established that when Tony Blair decided to launch that criminal war, Lord Levy was the chief fundraiser for his Government while, in the British media, Jewish Chronicle writers David Aaronovitch and Nick Cohen were busy beating the drums for war. And again, it was the exact same Jewish Lobby that was pushing for intervention in Syria, calling for the USA and NATO to fight alongside those same Jihadi forces that today threaten the last decade’s American ‘achievements’ in Iraq.

    Unfortunately, Yinon’s disciples are more common than you might expect. In France, it was the infamous Jewish ‘philosopher’ Bernard Henri Levy who boasted on TV that ‘as a Jew’ campaigning for NATO intervention, he liberated Libya.

    As we can see, a dedicated number of Jewish Zionist activists, commentators and intellectuals have worked relentlessly in many countries pushing for exactly the same cause – the breaking up of Arab and Muslim states into smaller, sectarian units.

    But is it just the Zionists who are engaging in such tactics? Not at all.

    In fact, the Jewish so-called Left serves the exact same cause, but instead of fragmenting Arabs and Muslims into Shia, Sunnis, Alawites and Kurds they strive to break them into sexually oriented identity groups (Lesbian, Queer, Gays, Heterosexual etc’)

    Recently I learned from Sarah Schulman, a NY Jewish Lesbian activist that in her search for funding for a young ‘Palestinian Queer’ USA tour, she was advised to approach George Soros’ Open Society institute. The following account may leave you flabbergasted, as it did me:

    “A former ACT UP staffer who worked for the Open Society Institute, George Soros’ foundation, suggested that I file an application there for funding for the tour. When I did so it turned out that the person on the other end had known me from when we both attended Hunter [College] High School in New York in the 1970s. He forwarded the application to the Institutes’s office in Amman, Jordan, and I had an amazing one-hour conversation with Hanan Rabani, its director of the Women’s and Gender program for the Middle East region. Hanan told me that this tour would give great visibility to autonomous queer organizations in the region. That it would inspire queer Arabs—especially in Egypt and Iran…for that reason, she said, funding for the tour should come from the Amman office” (Sarah Schulman -Israel/Palestine and the Queer International p. 108).

    The message is clear, The Open Society Institutes (OSI) wires Soros’s money to Jordan, Palestine and then back to the USA in order to “inspire queer Arabs in Egypt and Iran (sic).”

    What we see here is clear evidence of a blatant intervention by George Soros and his institute in an attempt to break Arabs and Muslims and shape their culture. So, while the right-wing Jewish Lobby pushes the Arabs into ethnic sectarian wars, their tribal counterparts within George Soros’s OSI institute, do exactly the same - attempt to break the Arab and Muslims by means of marginal and identity politics.


    It is no secret that, as far as recent developments in Iraq are concerned, America, Britain and the West are totally unprepared. So surely, the time is long overdue when we must identify the forces and ideologies within Western society that are pushing us into more and more global conflicts. And all we can hope for is that America, Britain and France may think twice before they spends trillions of their tax payers’ money in following the Yinon Plan to fight ruinous, foreign wars imposed upon them by The Lobby.

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    The Growing Anti-Semitism Scam


    “An anti-Semite used to mean a man who hated Jews. Now it means a man who is hated by Jews.”– Joe Sobran

    In his novel 1984 George Orwell invented the expression “newspeak” to describe the ambiguous or deliberately misleading use of language to make political propaganda and narrow the “thought options” of those who are on the receiving end. In the context of today’s political discourse, or what passes for the same, it would be interesting to know what George would think of the saturation use of “anti-Semitism” as something like a tactical discussion stopper, employed to end all dispute while also condemning those accused of the crime as somehow outside the pale, monsters who are consigned forever to derision and obscurity.

    The Israelis and, to be sure, many diaspora Jews know exactly how the expression has been weaponized. Former Israeli Minister Shulamit Aloni explained how it is done “Anti-Semitic”…”its a trick, we always use it.”

    If one were to read the U.S. mainstream media, reflective as it nearly always is of a certain institutional Jewish viewpoint, one would think that there has been a dramatic increase in anti-Semitism worldwide, but that claim is incorrect. What has been taking place is not hatred of Jews but rather a confluence of two factors. First is the undeniable fact that Israel has been behaving particularly badly, even by its admittedly low standards. Its slaughter of Palestinians in Gaza has been unusually observable in spite of media attempts to avoid mentioning it, plus its support of terrorists in Syria and attacks on that country have also raised questions about the intentions of the kleptocratic regime in Tel Aviv, which is currently pushing for an attack on Iran. That all means that the perception of Israel, which boasts that it is the exclusively Jewish state, inevitably raises questions about the international Jewish community that provides much of its support. But the shift in perception is driven by Israeli behavior, not by Jews as an ethnicity or a religion.

    Second, the alleged increase in anti-Semitic incidents is largely fueled by how those incidents are defined. Israel and its friends have worked hard to broaden the parameters of the discussion, making any criticism of Israel or its activities either a hate crime or ipso facto an anti-Semitic incident. The U.S. State Department’s working definition of anti-Semitism includes “…the targeting of the state of Israel” and it warns that anti-Semitism is a criminal offense. Recent legislation in Washington and also in Europe has criminalized hitherto legal and non-violent efforts to pressure Israel regarding its inhumanity vis-à-vis the Palestinians. Legitimate criticism of Israel thereby becomes both anti-Semitism and criminal, increasing the count of so-called anti-Semitic incidents. That means that the numbers inevitably go up, providing fodder to validate a repressive response.

    One might add that Hollywood, the mainstream media and academia have contributed to the allegations regarding surging anti-Semitism, relentlessly unleashing a torrent of material rooting out alleged anti-Semites and so-called holocaust deniers, while simultaneously heaping praise on Israel and its achievements. Professor of Holocaust Studies Deborah Lipstadt has written a book Anti-Semitism: Here and Now about what she regards as the new anti-Semitism, supporting her belief that it is getting markedly worse in both Europe and the U.S. There is also a movie about her confrontation with holocaust critic David Irving called Denial. All of the media exposure of so-called anti-Semitism has a political objective, whether intended or not, which is to insulate Israel itself from any criticism and to create for all Jews the status of perpetual victimhood which permits many in the diaspora to unflinchingly support a foreign country against the interests of the nations where they were born, raised and made their fortunes. That is called dual loyalty and, in spite of frequent denials from Israel-apologists, it clearly exists for many American Jews who are passionate about the Jewish state, including members of the Trump Administration Jason Greenblatt, David Friedman and Jared Kushner.

    In the past week, a newly elected member of congress has been derided, shunned and then forced to both recant and apologize for having said something that is manifestly true: that Jewish money corrupts the American political system to favor Israel. The controversy erupted after House minority leader Republican Kevin McCarthy said he would initiate investigations of two Muslim congresswomen, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, over their criticisms of Israel. McCarthy called for the two to be denounced by the Democratic Party as anti-Semites after Tlaib had said that the sponsors of recent legislation intended to benefit Israel by limiting free speech “…forgot what country they represent. This is the U.S. where boycotting is a right and part of our historical fight for freedom and equality. Maybe a refresher on our U.S. Constitution is in order, then get back to opening up our government instead of taking our rights away.”

    Indeed, Tlaib had a point as the Congressional Israel boosters have long since forgotten that they are supposed to uphold the Constitution of the United States while also promoting the interests of their constituents, not those of a country seven thousand miles away. Glenn Greenwald of the Intercept responded to the news of the McCarthy threat with a tweet “It’s stunning how much time US political leaders spend defending a foreign nation even if it means attacking free speech rights of Americans.” Ilhan Omar then tweeted her own pithy rejoinder to Greenwald on Sunday February 10th: “It’s all about the Benjamins, baby!” which was in reference to the Founder Benjamin Franklin’s portrait on hundred-dollar bills. Her comment was almost immediately interpreted as meaning that she was accusing McCarthy of being bought by Jews. She followed up on a question about who was doing the buying she tweeted “AIPAC,” an elaboration that unleashed something like an anti-Semitism ---- storm in her direction.

    It was manufactured outrage, with political leaders from both parties latching on to a media frenzy to score points against each other. Even though it is perfectly legitimate for a Congresswoman on the Foreign Affairs Committee to challenge what AIPAC does and where its money comes from, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi complained that Omar’s “use of anti-Semitic tropes and prejudicial accusations about Israel’s supporters” was “deeply offensive.” Chelsea Clinton accused Omar of “trafficking in anti-Semitism.” President Donald Trump, who has admitted that his Mideast policy is intended to serve Israeli rather than U.S. interests, also jumped in, saying “I think she should either resign from congress or she should certainly resign from the House Foreign Affairs Committee.”

    Ilhan Omar quickly understood that she had touched a live wire, surrendered, and recanted. She apologized by Monday afternoon, 18 hours after her original tweet, saying “Anti-Semitism is real and I am grateful for Jewish allies and colleagues who are educating me on the painful history of anti-Semitic tropes. My intention is never to offend my constituents or Jewish Americans as a whole. We have to always be willing to step back and think through criticism, just as I expect people to hear me when others attack me for my identity. This is why I unequivocally apologize.” But she also bravely wrote “At the same time, I reaffirm the problematic role of lobbyists in our politics, whether it be AIPAC, the NRA or the fossil fuel industry. It’s gone on too long and we must be willing to address it.”

    Pelosi approved of the apology. Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat from Minnesota who is running for president in 2020, chimed in to make sure that everyone knew how much she loves Israel, saying “I’m glad she apologized. That was the right thing to do. There is just no room for those kinds of words. I think Israel is our beacon of democracy. I’ve been a strong supporter of Israel and that will never change.”

    Two days later, a motion sponsored by Congressman Lee Zeldin of New York passed by a 424 to 0 vote. It was specifically intended to serve as a rebuke to Omar. It stated that “it is in the national security interest of the United States to combat anti-Semitism around the world because…there has been a significant amount of anti-Semitic and anti-Israel hatred that must be most strongly condemned.”

    Congressional votes professing love for Israel notwithstanding, the fact is that there is a massive, generously funded effort to corrupt America’s government in favor of Israel. It is euphemistically called the Israel Lobby even though it is overwhelmingly Jewish and it boasts fairly openly of its power when talking with its closest friends about how its money influences the decisions made on Capitol Hill and in the White House. Its combined budget exceeds one billion dollars per year and it includes lobbying powerhouses like the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) which alone had $229 million in income in 2017, supporting more than 200 employees. It exists only to promote Israeli interests on Capitol Hill and throughout the United States with an army of lobbyists and its activities include using questionably legal all expenses paid “orientation” trips to Israel for all new congressmen and spouses.

    McCarthy and the other stooges in Congress deliberately sought to frame the argument in terms of Ilhan Omar having claimed that he personally was receiving money from pro-Israel sources and that money influenced his voting. Well, the fact is that such activity does take place and was documented three years ago by the respected Foreign Policy Journal, which published a piece entitled “The Best Congress AIPAC can Buy” as well as more recently in an al-Jazeera investigative expose using a concealed camera.

    And Kevin McCarthy does indeed receive money from Israel PACs – $33,200 in 2018. The amount individual congressmen receive is dependent on their actual or potential value to Israel. Completely corrupt and enthusiastically pro-Israel Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey received $548,507 in 2018. In the House, Beto O’Rourke of Texas received $226,690. The numbers do not include individual contributions of under $200, which are encouraged by AIPAC and can be considerable. In general, congressmen currently receive over $23,000 on average from the major pro-Israel organizations while Senators get $77,000.

    But, of course, direct donations of money are not the whole story. If a congressman is unfriendly to Israel, money moves in the other direction, towards funding an opponent when re-election is coming up. Former Rep. Brian Bard has observed that “Any member of Congress knows that AIPAC is associated indirectly with significant amounts of campaign spending if you’re with them, and significant amounts against you if you’re not with them.” Lara Friedman, who has worked on the Hill for 15 years on Israel/Palestine, notes how congressmen and staffs of “both parties told me over and over that they agreed with me but didn’t dare say so publicly for fear of repercussions from AIPAC.”

    A good example of how it all worked involves one honest congressman, Walter Jones of North Carolina, who recently passed away. In 2014, “Wall Street billionaires, financial industry lobbyists, and neoconservative hawks” tried to unseat Jones by bankrolling his primary opponent. The “dark money” intended to defeat him came from a PAC called “The Emergency Committee for Israel,” headed by leading neoconservative Bill Kristol. Jones’ war views, including avoiding a war with Iran, were clearly perceived as anti-Israel.

    And one should also consider contributions directly to the political parties. Israeli/U.S. dual nationals Sheldon Adelson and Haim Saban are the largest single donors to the GOP and to the Democrats, having contributed $82 million and $8,780,000 respectively in the 2016 presidential campaign. Both have indicated openly that Israel is their top priority.

    If they have demonstrated fealty to Israel while in office, many Congressmen also find that loyalty pays off after retirement from government with richly remunerated second careers in Jewish dominated industries, like financial services or the media. And there are hundreds of Jewish organizations that contribute to Israel as charities, even though the money frequently goes to fund illegal activity, including the settlements. Money also is used to buy newspapers and media outlets which then adhere to a pro-Israel line, or, where that does not work, to buy advertising that is conditional on being friendly to Israel. So the bottom line is indeed “the Benjamins” and the corruption that they buy.

    Karen Pollock of the Holocaust Education Trust said in January that “One person questioning the truth of the Holocaust is one too many.” That is nonsense. Any, and all, historical events should be questioned regularly, a principle that is particular true regarding developments that carry a lot of emotional baggage. The Israel Lobby would have all Americans believe that any criticism of Israel is motivated by historic hatred of Jews and is therefore anti-Semitism. Don’t believe it. When the AIPAC crowd screams that linking Jews and money is a classic anti-Semitic trope respond by pointing out that Jews and money are very much in play in the corruption of congress and the media over Israel. Terrible things are being done in the Middle East in the name of Jews and of Israel and it all comes down to those Benjamins and the silence they buy by accusing all critics of anti-Semitism. Just recall what the Israeli minister admitted, “It’s a trick, we always use it.”

    http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/the-grow...semitism-scam/

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Some book recommendations.

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    ‘Shahak has the courage to to say what most Israelis do not dare to say and definitely do not want to hear ... [He] is a knowledgeable insider who builds his argument carefully on the best information ... The lessons to be drawn from what Shahak tells us are self-evident ... Open Secrets and Jewish History, Jewish Religion are two remarkable, powerful and provocative studies offering a penetrating examination of Israeli strategic foreign policies and Jewish religion and history.’ London Review Of Books

    ‘As a critic of Zionism and as an opponent of Jewish exclusivity, Israel Shahak is special. He possesses in-depth knowledge of Israeli society, Jewish culture and the history of his people. His humanitarian concerns and commitments are extensive; his work as a human rights campaigner ... is enormous ... Shahak provides insights [in Open Secrets] that are often far more penetrating than what has been written by others ... Little of the information and few of the insights in Open Secrets can be found in other books that focus on Israel and the Middle East ... Open Secrets is an excellent book for required reading in History, political science and/or international affairs courses in which there is consideration of Israel in the Middle East.’ The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs

    'Outstanding ... A must not only for the Palestinians, but for anybody interested in Israeli politics' The Jerusalem Times

    ‘Offers readers an interesting insight into the mentality of the Zionists, based largely on Hebrew sources which non-Jews are unable to access.’ Crescent International




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    An investigation of Jewish identity politics and contemporary Jewish ideology using both popular culture and scholarly texts. Jewish identity is tied up with some of the most difficult and contentious issues of today. The purpose in this book is to open up many of these issues for discussion. Since Israel defines itself as the Jewish State, we should ask what the notions of Judaism, Jewishness, Jewish culture and Jewish ideology stand for.

    Gilad examines the tribal aspects embedded in Jewish secular discourse, both Zionist and anti Zionist; the holocaust religion; the meaning of history and time within the Jewish political discourse; the anti-Gentile ideologies entangled within different forms of secular Jewish political discourse and even within the Jewish left. He questions what it is that leads Diaspora Jews to identify themselves with Israel and affiliate with its politics. The devastating state of our world affairs raises an immediate demand for a conceptual shift in our intellectual and philosophical attitude towards politics, identity politics and history.



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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Another update

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leaked a video of Arab diplomats defending Israel's right to defend itself and bashing Iran. What do these remarks and actions mean about Israel's relations with the Arab states? Former Israeli diplomat Avi Pazner analyzes.



    But are you or anyone surprised by this? UAE, KSA and Bahrain. Nothing incredible.

    Just surprising there's no Egypt here. KSA-UAE-Bahrain-Egypt-Israel are a single bloc. Maybe Pakistan is now part of it.

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Pakistan ruling classes might want to 'bend the knee' to Israel.



    but the people have very different viewpoint.

    Muhammad Badr

    12 hours ago

    Not acceptable. Retired Mushrraf's mind also has been retired.

    Jashn-e-Umeed

    12 hours ago

    Say No To Isreal . Hit Like

    Zeeshan Tabasum

    12 hours ago

    Who is israel ? Pakistanis dont know

    asif farooq

    2 hours ago (edited)

    Pakistan zindabad israel Mordabad Pak army zindabad we don't accept Israel

    Khalil Gilani

    13 hours ago

    Bilkool nahi. Pakistan and Israel cannot have good relations because it is an oppressor for Palestine. We must make good relations with Iran in order to counter India.

    Engr. Waleed Khan

    18 hours ago

    If Pakistan accept Isreal then what about Palestine?

    Dissenting opinion

    jameel faruqi

    12 hours ago

    Ex president Gen, Musharraf's stand to recognised Israel is a good Idea and think able, Israel and Pakistan has been formed through a idealogical theory, that's why they are having the similarity, moreover pakistan not having any dispute and conflict with Israel, only to pleasing some arab countries and to sycophancy to them pakistan has not devolop the relation with Israel for which they are paying the heavy price. Pakistan should recognised Israel and devolop the relation with them in their own interest, you will think about your national interest not think about the other countries concern.

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Pakistan ruling classes might want to 'bend the knee' to Israel.



    but the people have very different viewpoint.

    Muhammad Badr

    12 hours ago

    Not acceptable. Retired Mushrraf's mind also has been retired.

    Jashn-e-Umeed

    12 hours ago

    Say No To Isreal . Hit Like

    Zeeshan Tabasum

    12 hours ago

    Who is israel ? Pakistanis dont know

    asif farooq

    2 hours ago (edited)

    Pakistan zindabad israel Mordabad Pak army zindabad we don't accept Israel

    Khalil Gilani

    13 hours ago

    Bilkool nahi. Pakistan and Israel cannot have good relations because it is an oppressor for Palestine. We must make good relations with Iran in order to counter India.

    Engr. Waleed Khan

    18 hours ago

    If Pakistan accept Isreal then what about Palestine?

    Dissenting opinion

    jameel faruqi

    12 hours ago

    Ex president Gen, Musharraf's stand to recognised Israel is a good Idea and think able, Israel and Pakistan has been formed through a idealogical theory, that's why they are having the similarity, moreover pakistan not having any dispute and conflict with Israel, only to pleasing some arab countries and to sycophancy to them pakistan has not devolop the relation with Israel for which they are paying the heavy price. Pakistan should recognised Israel and devolop the relation with them in their own interest, you will think about your national interest not think about the other countries concern.
    Technically he is correct. Being friendly with Israel actually does have perks. I have heard Gen. Ziaul Haq who helped to islamize Pakistan had close relations with Israel.

    Real question is will Pakistan lower it's self-esteem again? It's a real possibility. Also opinion of ordinary Pakistanis don't matter, they are secondary.

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    Re: The Jewish Plan For The Middle East and Beyond

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousonTruth View Post
    Also opinion of ordinary Pakistanis don't matter, they are secondary.
    It does matter.

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    Another update. More antisemitism.



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    Asa Winstanley discusses the coordinated incitement campaign against critical voices in the UK. On the same day that the Israeli lobby attacked Congresswoman Ilhan Omar in the U.S, British right-wing activists launched an attack on Human Rights Watch, and later on Jeremy Corbyn















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    Another update. A different opinion.

    Opinion For Arab Regimes, Palestine Is Old News. Now, It's All About Iran

    The Arab regimes' exploitation and betrayal of Palestine has a long history. Now, they're framing the Palestinian cause as a burden, and a dangerous distraction from Iran


    "A wedding in Warsaw": That's how Qatar's former prime minster described the recent love-in between Arab leaders and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin at the Trump-administrated brokered Middle East "Peace Summit." Hamad Al-Thani went to note that it was a wedding announcement that succeeded a long engagement.

    Arab regimes – who have long believed the way to the White House's heart goes through Jerusalem – are now acting on that recognition. Keen to gain leverage in the Trump administration, and eager for the impunity for their criminal conduct that Israel has long enjoyed, they're hastening to sit on Netanyahu’s lap.

    And now, there's a perfect alibi to their previous facade of anti-normalization: the threat of Iran which, in the eyes of many Sunni regimes, necessitates even closer coordination with Israel.

    However, Arab regimes’ exploitation and undermining of the Palestinian cause, and their secret cooperation with Israel and its interests, date back to when Israel was first created in 1948 - and even before.

    After the Arab betrayal of the Ottoman Empire in WWI, Palestinians went to Emir Faisal ibn Hussein, who headed the Arab delegation to the Versailles peace conference, and asked him to refer to Palestine as "Southern Syria," to include it as part of the Syrian-Iraqi kingdom that Faisal demanded in return for his cooperation with the Allies.

    Faisal was entirely uninterested in the request and instead opted to partner with the head of the British Zionist Federation, Chaim Weizmann, accepting the Balfour Declaration to gain stronger terms in his negotiations with the allies.

    On the eve of Israel’s birth, the armies of Jordan and Egypt captured the West Bank and Gaza, trying at best to secure their own borders to prevent the expansion of the newborn state into their own territories.

    Then, to prevent being dragged into further confrontations with Israel, Arab armies disarmed about 24,000 Palestinian rebels, dissolved both the Palestinian "High Arab Committee" and the "Sacred Jihad" resistance organization formed by the Palestinian leader, Amin al-Husseini, who was then put under house arrest in Egypt. Britain requested the arrest, no doubt influenced by the Mufti's cooperation with the Nazis in WWII, but it was a useful pretext for King Farouk to smother Palestinian nationalism.

    Indeed, aborting the birth of Palestinian resistance was justified by the Arab world's long-standing slogan: that the liberation of Palestine was a pan-Arab responsibility, and not a Palestinian one. That rhetorical solidarity should be kept in mind today, when the Palestinian cause is suddenly being framed as a burden.

    Such promise brought enormous profits to authoritarian Arab regimes, who for decades enjoyed unimaginable plunder and exercised brutality against their people, silencing popular demands for a better life by repeating the constant refrain that Palestine was their number one priority. This strategy of diversion earned its champions no small measure of loyalty and sympathy amongst their pro-Palestinian populations, who identified with the call for a "free Jerusalem."

    However, aside from slogans, Palestinians – although warmly praised amongst Arab populations – were treated officially as something of less than human value by Arab regimes, who confined them to being "stateless refugees."

    The Egyptian regime, after capturing Gaza in 1948, refused to annex it, but instead, fenced it off and installed an occupying military force to rule it under governor Mahmoud Riad, who then give up a third of its territory, around 200 square kilometers, to Israel in 1950.

    Then in 1959, Egypt again disarmed Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza, and arrested hundreds of Gazan activists and unionists as part of its crackdown on communist factions. When the PLO was formed, shortly after in 1964, it was designed to contain Palestinian activism, and a Palestinian loyal to the Arab regimes, Ahmed Al-Shuqari, was installed as its chairman.

    Meanwhile, another blow to the Palestinian cause came from Saudi Arabia, whose king, it is reported, sent an official letter to the U.S. in 1966, requesting the Lyndon Johnson administration to encourage Israel to occupy Gaza, Sinai, and the West Bank in order to weaken Egyptian troops fighting against Saudi interests in Yemen.

    After the 1967 war, Arab regimes again gradually disarmed and expelledPalestinian resistance groups in Egypt, Jordan and Syria. The armed groups based themselves in Lebanon until 1982.

    During and after the 1973 war, Saudi Arabia’s King Faisal did show an unusual spirit of pro-Palestinian Arab solidarity, by instigating the oil embargo and encouraging Egypt's Sadat to keep fighting to the end.

    But for Sadat, the real purpose of the war wasn't the liberation of Palestine at all, but rather the restoration of Egypt's territory in Sinai. Sadat told Peres in 1978 that Israeli Prime Minister Begin had offered to return Gaza to Egypt, if Israel could annex the Israeli-established town of Yamit in the Sinai. Sadat laughed, and said: "You can keep that damned place for yourself."

    If undermining the armed Palestinian resistance wasn’t enough, Arab regimes also worked to obstruct the Palestinian pursuit of peace with Israel.

    For instance, in 1973, senior PLO leader Mahmoud Abbas secretly assigned PLO members; Said Hammami, Issam al-Sartawi and Naim Khadir, to open channels for dialogue, peace-talks and co-existence with Israel, known as the "Paris meetings." Arab regimes were strongly displeased by the move.

    Abbas recalled recently how this initiative was widely denounced as "treason," when he attended the National Committee Summit in Egypt in 1977. Abbas told of droves of angry people who approached him to know "Who’s the traitor contacting the Zionists?" Hammami and Sartawi were both assassinated by Abu Nidal, the infamous terrorist, and salaried loyalist of Iraq and Syria, in 1978 and 1983.

    The irony is that Sartawi had actually sat in the same room in a internationalist socialist conference as Shimon Peres the day he was killed; Abu Nidal’s men were instructed to "kill the Israeli collaborator," and not the Israeli.

    When the Oslo Accords were signed in 1993, many Arab regimes, from the Gulf to Syria, denounced Yasser Arafat as a traitor, and pushed a media campaign that demonized his pursuit of peace with Israel.

    This was unsurprising, since the perpetuation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict benefited many Arab dictators.

    In 1991, Saddam Hussein, for instance, during his occupation of Kuwait, bombed Tel Aviv and vouched to liberate Palestine. Hussein hoped that Israeli retaliation would ignite Arab solidarity with Iraq.

    His talk of a jihad for Palestine misled many Palestinians into framing Hussein as the new liberating Saladdin. A significant proportion of the Palestinians who had participated in the First Intifada's mass non-violent demonstrations of the, and pivoted towards the violent "armed resistance" that gained ground in the 1990’s.

    The 2011 Arab Spring was a wake-up call to younger Arabs, who became more aware of their regimes' exploitation of pro-Palestinian and anti-Israeli rhetoric and its function as an outlet for popular anger to distract from the internal crises of their authoritarian states.

    Arab dictators long claimed to be the guardians of the Palestinian cause but paid little or no real attention to it, aside from consistently blaming all of their internal failures on "Israeli conspiracies." But that strategy now offers diminishing returns. Luckily, there's a new mobilizing cause. These days, the all-purpose scapegoat is Iran.

    During the Warsaw summit, U.S. Mideast envoy Jason Greenblatt tweeted that "insisting" on the Palestinian cause as the "region’s sole and #1 priority" impedes the national interests of Arab regimes - namely, combating Iran.

    But Arab states have never let the Palestinian cause dictate their national interests, and the idea that it was ever a cardinal regional issue was a rhetorical and mobilization strategy only. The long Arab exploitation, repression and undermining of the Palestinian cause has, though, contributed significantly to impeding the long-due realization of Palestinian statehood.

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    Another update.

    Plans for an “Arab Nato” led by Saudi Arabia and Israel are still-born

    Veteran Arab journalist Abdel Bari Atwan says U.S. plans to form an “Arab Nato” led by Saudi Arabia and Israel are failing in the face of fierce opposition in the Arab street.


    We didn’t need The Wall Street Journal to tell us that the Trump Administration’s plan to create an “Arab Nato” — comprising the six Gulf states, Egypt and Jordan – is in intensive care. Nor that last’s week’s Warsaw Conference aimed at promoting Arab-Israeli normalisation and crowning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as leader of this alliance was a resounding failure.

    The Warsaw gathering backfired against all the Arab foreign ministers who attended it, subjecting them to the anger of the public that overwhelmingly rejects normalisation. Their formidable media empires did not succeed in concealing this fact, nor in providing marketing cover for this shameful step.

    The grave embarrassment this caused has been much in evidence:

    First, Omani Foreign Minister Yousef Bin-Alawi’s began back-tracking from his government’s normalisation drive. During a subsequent visit to Moscow, he insisted that meetings with Netanyahu did not amount to normalisation and that there would be no normalisation before the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.

    But this explanation is insufficient, in our view. There should be an end to all public or secret meetings with Israeli officials, in line with the Arab Peace Initiative (which was a Saudi/Gulf creation after all) and an acknowledgment that Israel remains the Arab world’s most dangerous enemy.

    Secondly, the way Yemeni Foreign Minister in exile Khaled al-Yamani has been squirming ever since the summit, when he was shown chatting and joking with Netanyahu. He blamed protocol for seating him next to the Israeli Prime Minister, but Yemenis and Arabs, in general, do not buy this excuse. His normalisation gestures were a wonderful gift to the Houthi Ansarallah movement.

    Third, the bashfulness that overcame most of the Arab foreign ministers after three of them (those of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain) were shown at a closed-door session affirming that the Iranian threat takes priority over the Israeli threat. Some of them disappeared from the closing photo-opportunity and refused to talk to journalists and indeed ran away from them. Why do that if they were not ashamed of what they had done?

    Fourth, the fact that hundreds of thousands of Yemenis took to the streets and squares of most of the country’s cities in protest against the conference, and against the way the foreign minister of the “legitimate” government sat next to Netanyahu and lent him his microphone so he could spew abuse against the Arabs and the Palestinians in particular. The Yemenis indeed deserve their reputation as the noblest of the Arab peoples.

    Fifth, Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s affirmation at the Munich conference that the key to peace and stability in the Middle East is a resolution to the Palestine Question. This was akin to an indirect apology for his foreign minister’s attendance at the Warsaw gathering, and a renunciation of the Gulf delegates’ insistence that the Iranian threat takes precedence over the Arab-Israeli conflict.

    These retreats were imposed by the angry Arab public reaction to the normalisation drive, as well as the rise of the Resistance Axis, which has overturned all previous equations in the region.

    It is shameful that while most of the EU’s foreign ministers stayed away from the Warsaw conference – along with their counterparts from China, Russia, India, and Turkey – twelve Arab ministers took part on orders from U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Jared Kushner, architect of the so-called “Deal of the Century.”

    Even more shameful is the fact that while Malaysia refuses to let Israeli representatives take part in a sporting tournament it is hosting, Israeli athletes flood into Gulf capitals accompanied by Mossad protection units.

    Arab public opposition to normalisation is quickly gathering pace, and social media is now in control of the narrative. They have been resisting the normalising regimes, and have gained the upper hand over their multi-billion dollar media empires and their attempts to justify their rulers’ actions.

    We must salute everyone in the Arab world who has been saying “no” to normalisation and the normalisers, especially in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf were they have formed societies for this purpose and some of whom have been detained and remain behind bars for refusing to renounce their honourable patriotic stands.

    Those who are contemptuous of the Arab peoples, and of their commitment to their central cause, will live to regret it one day.

    https://5pillarsuk.com/2019/02/24/pl...re-still-born/

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    Another update


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    "What we see here is clear evidence of a blatant intervention by George Soros and his institute in an attempt to break Arabs and Muslims and shape their culture. So, while the right-wing Jewish Lobby pushes the Arabs into ethnic sectarian wars, their tribal counterparts within George Soros’s OSI institute, do exactly the same - attempt to break the Arab and Muslims by means of marginal and identity politics."

    Correct. One of my reasons for being here is to persuade Muslims, that it's better to distance themselves from the Linda Sarsour variation, which promotes and accepts homosexuality, feminism and other facets of cultural marxism. On the contrary, the authentic white nationalist movement, is solidly traditional in views on marriage and healthy gender roles. If you go to American Universities, Muslims seem to gravitate towards marxists. This doesn't make sense to me, come closer to us, not them.

    On the contrary, the pro-white enclave, is increasingly aware of cultural practices & norms in the Muslim community, regarding gender, that are good. For example, the famous meme "White Sharia". Don't be quick to take offense to this, it's actually rooted in very thoughtful discussion. See Eli Harman's take on it. https://youtu.be/glRbKOahBrY

    The biggest problem pro-whites tend to have with Islam, is rooted in racial and cultural aspects. These are no small problems, but pro-whites tend to differentiate themselves from Civic Nationalists or Trumpian types, in that we acknowledge Zionism as a prioritized threat. In other words, we know the zionists want us at war with one another, so maybe that's a reason we should'nt be.

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    Things are getting very serious over in Israel, third temple and all.

    I've also heard of several Rabbi's stating that their Jewish "Messiah" is imminent. (Christians are starting to get quite worried about it)
    Their one world totalitarian government is coming along well for them, with their whole "antisemitism" sacred-cow.

    I say, expect things to happen in the next few years, the Dajjal will be a very strong influence on this world once he rises to power.

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    Salaam

    Another update. More antisemitism.



    Long article ill post the conclusion here.

    The Fake News Nazi - Corbyn, Williamson And The Anti-Semitism Scandal

    Conclusion

    The claim that Corbyn is an anti-semite presiding over a surge in Labour Party anti-semitism is fake news; it is a scam of the utmost cynicism and brutality. It should be viewed as the latest in a long line of attempts to destroy Corbyn by all necessary means. He has been smeared for not bowing low enough, for not singing loudly enough, for hating women, for disrespecting gay people, for consorting with terrorists, for refusing to unleash a nuclear holocaust, for being a shambolic leader, for being a shambolic dresser, for leading Labour towards certain electoral disaster, for being a Putinite stooge, for aping Trump, and so on. Now, finally, someone widely admired for thirty years as a decent, socialist MP, has been transformed into an anti-semite; or as game show assistant and political commentator Rachel Riley implies, a 'Nazi'.

    Anti-semitism does exist in the Labour Party, as it exists throughout UK society, and of course these delusions should be resisted and exposed. But the smear campaign against Corbyn is not rooted in concern for the welfare of Jewish people; it is not even about blocking a political leader who cares about Palestinian rights. It is about preventing Corbyn from undoing Tony Blair's great achievement of transforming the Labour Party into a second Tory Party, thus ensuring voters have no option challenging corporate domination, including the 'humanitarian interventions' for oil and other resources. The goal is to stop Corbyn letting democracy out of its box.

    Stephen Law of Heythrop College, University of London, warns that cavalier accusations made 'on the basis of obviously flimsy or nonexistent evidence' are 'disrespecting the memory of the millions who were slaughtered by real antisemitism during the Holocaust'. But in fact, it is worse than that. State propagandists and their corporate media allies are exploiting the suffering of these millions as part of an attack on British democracy. This is obscene. But it is not particularly shocking after the campaigns of deceit which, as discussed, knowingly risked and then shattered the lives of millions of innocent human beings in US-UK wars of aggression.

    One thing is certain, if Corbyn and his style of socialism can be made to disappear, we'll hear no more about anti-semitism in the Labour Party, just as we heard no more about Iraqi democracy after Saddam Hussein, or human rights in Libya after Gaddafi; just as we will hear no more about press freedom in Venezuela, if Maduro is overthrown.

    As this alert was being written, news emerged that Corbyn had been subjected to a physical assault in London, to muted concern from almost all corporate media and journalists (compare 'mainstream' reaction to news that Conservative MP Anna Soubry had been called a 'Nazi'). Journalists claimed Corbyn had merely had an egg thrown at him. Labour MP Diane Abbott tweeted:

    'I was there. He punched Jeremy very hard. He happened to have an egg in his palm. But it could have been a knife. Horrible'

    Perhaps journalists couldn't bear to express concern for a person they have so completely reviled for almost four years. Or perhaps they knew their smears of a thoroughly decent, well-intentioned man would be thrown back at them. More likely, they just didn't care. And that, finally, is the truth of their 'ethical concern' – they don't care.

    http://www.medialens.org/index.php/a...news-nazi.html







    Related, anti semitism in the US.









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    Salaam

    This is unusual like to share.


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    Salaam

    Another update

    Dual Loyalty as Racism

    GA: How reassuring is it that the only American who upholds the core values of liberty, patriotism and freedom is a black muslim and an immigrant…

    By Eve Mykytyn

    The US House of Representatives just passed a resolution that declared, “whether from the political right, center, or left, bigotry, discrimination, oppression, racism, and imputations of dual loyalty threaten American democracy and have no place in American political discourse.” The key words in this resolution are “dual loyalty” which make clear that this otherwise banal condemnation of racism was made in direct response to Representative Ilhan Omar’s controversial statement: "I want to talk about the political influence in this country that says that it is OK for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country."

    Apparently, the House resolution was a disappointment to some. The New York Times reports that this ‘all-inclusive’ approach was criticized for not “solely condemn[ing] anti-Semitism.” Representative Ted Deutch asked “Why are we unable to singularly condemn anti-Semitism? Why can’t we call it anti-Semitism and show we’ve learned the lessons of history?”

    It is bizarre that Mr. Deutch seemingly objects to condemning racism per se. Would Mr. Deutch prefer that the House pass separate resolutions condemning prejudice against each of the ever growing list of identity groups? The House would be so busy debating these resolutions that they would accomplish nothing else, although admittedly, that might be a positive outcome.

    Omar has not retracted her statements. In response to criticism from representative Nita Lowy, Omar tweeted, “I should not be expected to have allegiance/pledge support to a foreign country in order to serve my country in Congress or serve on committee.”

    Omar’s point has been substantiated by the reaction it has provoked. Omar claimed that accusations of anti-Semitism tend to be used to silence critics of Israel. In response, she was called a “Jew hater.”

    Representative Juan Vargas tweeted, “It is disturbing that Rep. Omar continues to perpetuate hurtful anti-Semitic stereotypes that misrepresent our Jewish community. Additionally, questioning support for the U.S.-Israel relationship is unacceptable.”

    Omar is condemned for criticizing dual loyalty by those who insist upon loyalty to Israel. As journalist Jordan Weisman noted, “If Israel’s most devoted U.S. backers are really so concerned over dual loyalty smears, maybe they should think more carefully about how they’re encouraging them. “

    https://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/201...-as-racismnbsp



    Guest post by Jamie Stern-Weiner

    Context for the non-Brits: Since Jeremy Corbyn’s election in 2015, the British Labour Party has faced a smear campaign alleging a crisis of antisemitism within its ranks. The accusations have not been empirically substantiated. But the leadership has failed to put the issue to rest while repeatedly conceding on points of principle, with the result that activist morale has been eroded and a great deal of energy diverted from the movement’s transformative project. This week saw the same tactics deployed in the US against Rep. Ilhan Omar; the successful push-back against them holds — so I claim in the twitter-thread reproduced below — important lessons for the Labour Party in the UK.

    —-

    It is worth noting: had Rep. Ilhan Omar been a member of the British Labour Party, she would have been suspended.

    Those who rose to her defence — Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris among them — would have risked suspension as well.

    One difference between the US context and the UK, is that British political culture is more backwards when it comes to freedom of speech.

    Once it was accepted that the Labour Party bureaucracy ought to surveil and police its members’ thoughts, descent into a witch-hunt became very difficult to avoid.

    The disciplinarian approach is not just politically self-defeating.

    It is a betrayal of the best of the left-liberal tradition.

    Whatever happened to full, frequent and fearless discussion?

    Whatever happened to, the truth is revolutionary?

    Our basic approach in the Labour Party, and on the left, needs a re-think.

    It is not the business of a Party bureaucracy to police the thoughts and speech of its members.

    Where prejudices are marginal, they can be ignored.

    Where they are not marginal, they ought to be subject to full and frank debate.

    • No speech codes.
    • No internal trials for causing offence.
    • No bureaucratic trawling through Facebook posts.


    But full, frequent, fearless discussion in the context of a collective struggle, bringing together people from all walks of life, in pursuit of a shared liberation.

    http://normanfinkelstein.com/2019/03...ns-for-the-uk/
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    Quote Originally Posted by HanjarSS View Post
    "What we see here is clear evidence of a blatant intervention by George Soros and his institute in an attempt to break Arabs and Muslims and shape their culture. So, while the right-wing Jewish Lobby pushes the Arabs into ethnic sectarian wars, their tribal counterparts within George Soros’s OSI institute, do exactly the same - attempt to break the Arab and Muslims by means of marginal and identity politics."

    Correct. One of my reasons for being here is to persuade Muslims, that it's better to distance themselves from the Linda Sarsour variation, which promotes and accepts homosexuality, feminism and other facets of cultural marxism. On the contrary, the authentic white nationalist movement, is solidly traditional in views on marriage and healthy gender roles. If you go to American Universities, Muslims seem to gravitate towards marxists. This doesn't make sense to me, come closer to us, not them.

    On the contrary, the pro-white enclave, is increasingly aware of cultural practices & norms in the Muslim community, regarding gender, that are good. For example, the famous meme "White Sharia". Don't be quick to take offense to this, it's actually rooted in very thoughtful discussion. See Eli Harman's take on it. https://youtu.be/glRbKOahBrY

    The biggest problem pro-whites tend to have with Islam, is rooted in racial and cultural aspects. These are no small problems, but pro-whites tend to differentiate themselves from Civic Nationalists or Trumpian types, in that we acknowledge Zionism as a prioritized threat. In other words, we know the zionists want us at war with one another, so maybe that's a reason we should'nt be.
    Well they gravitate towards the left for the reasons you describe above, the 'left' are one of the few groups who will show tolerance but as much as I admire many of their positions over the long term its counter productive because of fundamental differences in morals, values, worldview etc.

    There are obviously going to be many differences with the Right (for want of a better term) that are going to be very difficult to overcome (if at all) but there are surprising areas of over lap (morals and values) so its not black and white.

    I take it this is a fair representation of what you believe.



    Section on Stalin is interesting, towards the end of his life he turned and became hostile (the infamous doctors plot).

    A double standard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HanjarSS View Post
    This doesn't make sense to me, come closer to us, not them..
    Dude just read a few comments in Red Ice TV(run by Swedish white nationalists) or the Squatting Slav Tv(run by a Polish white nationalists). This is not even counting the annoying noise from PragerU, PJW or Jordan Peterson. Muslims are many things, but we are not "close" to Europeans. Everything about Islam and Western culture is different, even at a philosophical level, Europeans are hardline libertarians, Muslims are (supposed to) be collectivists.

    There is nothing more important to Western people than individual rights and freedom. In Islam, the well-being of the society is ahead of any whims of individuals.
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    Salaam

    Another update.



    Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is ‘not a state of all its citizens’

    PM has been accused of demonising Israeli Arabs in lead-up to April election


    Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel is “not a state of all its citizens”, in a reference to the country’s Arab population.

    In comments on Instagram, the prime minister went on to say all citizens, including Arabs, had equal rights, but he referred to a deeply controversial law passed last year declaring Israel the nation state of the Jewish people.

    “Israel is not a state of all its citizens,” he wrote in response to criticism from an Israeli actor, Rotem Sela. “According to the basic nationality law we passed, Israel is the nation state of the Jewish people – and only it.

    “As you wrote, there is no problem with the Arab citizens of Israel. They have equal rights like all of us and the Likud government has invested more in the Arab sector than any other government,” he said of his rightwing party.

    As the comments caused waves in Israel, Netanyahu again spoke of the issue at the start of a cabinet meeting. He called Israel a “Jewish, democratic state” with equal rights, but “the nation state not of all its citizens but only of the Jewish people”.

    Netanyahu has been accused of demonising Israeli Arabs, who make up about 17% of the population, in an attempt to boost rightwing turnout in elections due on 9 April.

    He has continually warned that his opponents will receive the support of Arab parties and that they will make significant concessions to the Palestinians.

    Netanyahu, under threat of indictment for corruption, is facing a tough challenge from a centrist political alliance led by Benny Gantz, a former military chief of staff, and Yair Lapid, an ex-finance minister.

    The alliance’s centrist positions and its security credentials – it includes three former military chiefs of staff – have helped it beat back Netanyahu’s claims that its leaders are “weak” leftists.

    Arab parties would be extremely unlikely to be part of any coalition government after elections.

    Arab Israelis are Palestinians who remained on their land after the 1948 creation of Israel and are largely supportive of the Palestinian cause.

    Netanyahu leads what is seen as the most rightwing government in Israel’s history and says he wants a similar coalition after the upcoming polls.

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    Man, the Dajjal is a strong force today. It's not a coincidence that Communism is the most fissionable ideology in the west, truly sad to see happening


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