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Brit Mandate for Pal after 7-24-1922

 

John R. Houk

© May 24, 2014

 

I received a host of Google+ comments to the SlantRight 2.0 blog post ‘The New Palestinian "Journalists"’. Now I mention this because this particular line of comments were astoundingly ignorant. I found some people on my blog that either believe and/or propagate Arab Muslim (especially the ones called Palestinians) historical revisionism or just plain simple outright lies about Jews and Israel. It is no wonder that there are Leftists, gullible academic students and even extremist right wingers (like Aryan Nation, White Supremacists, etc.) fall for this junk.

 

Here is the group liars responding to my comments (to date – I’m sure more will follow) and my defense of Jews and the Jewish Homeland:

 

 

John Houk (that’s me): This story is for the morons who claim Israel persecutes Arabs that call themselves Palestinians and falsely accuse Israel of being an Apartheid State.

 

 

Christopher Poff

4 days ago

 

Great, just what everybody needs... yet another right-wing racist blog post. Find those mobile bioweapons labs in Iraq yet?

 

 

Victor Rudy

4 days ago

 

israhell=holocaust against Palestinians since 1948

 

 

John Houk

4 days ago


+Christopher Poff Psycho Saddam was a huge supporter of terrorism while alive. Not only did he shoot Scud missiles into Israel during the 1st Gulf War but he sent reward checks to families of homicidal-suicide killers of Jews. I don't care what anyone says. Taking Saddam out was a good move that George Sr should have accomplished in the first place.

 

 

John Houk

4 days ago


+Victor Rudy Actually Rudy it is more the truth to say Jew-hell living in their own homeland surrounded by Jew-hating Arab Muslims since even before 1948.

 

 

Christopher Poff

4 days ago (edited)

 

+John Houk Before 1948 most "Israelis" were living in Europe.

 

Victor Rudy

4 days ago

 

jewish were transplanted to Israel after 1948 when the Rothschilds bought up most of the territory that is now Israel. Some jewish called any one "anti semitic" for just saying that Israrel did not exist before the purchasing of land made by the Rothschilds.

 

 

Christopher Poff

4 days ago

 

+Victor Rudy Only 6% of the land of Israel was ever owned by Jews. The rest of it was taken by bloody insurgency and ethnic cleansing of Arabs and other minorities living on 94% of the land.

 

 

Victor Rudy

4 days ago

 

 Christopher Poff please read jewish New York professor Simon Schama book, Two Rothschilds & the Land of Israel. In this book professor Schama shows many maps in displaying the huge territory the Rothschilds bought before jewish british Arthur Balfour got approval in the british parliament of the Balfour declaration rubbing stamping the foundation of Israel in 1948.

So would you called professor Simon Schama an "anti semitic" for researching, writing, divulging and demonstrating how the ultra powerful Rothschilds alone established Israel?

 

woof Naser

3 days ago

 

... land of Palestine (the only historical name) of the holy land.

 

 

ben hill

3 days ago

 

 

Lol ...... Fuck Israel ..... Fuck apartheid ..... And fuck you +John Houk you fucking filthy lieing antisemitic piece of shit .... #twocanplayatthisgame 

[Blog Editor: Forgive me. I left the profanity unedited to demonstrate the lack of intelligence of Jew-haters.]

 

John Houk

4 hours ago


Woof Naser & ben hill are among the morons that claim Israel is an Apartheid State!

 

 

Christopher Poff

4 hours ago (edited)


 

 

+John Houk Nelson Mandela, was he a moron for claiming Israel is an Apartheid state? Do you consider Archbishop Desmond Tutu to be a moron too? Is that your general reaction to Africans who fought against apartheid?

 

John Houk

1 hour ago

 

Yes! A commie loving Jew-hating individual.

 

The historical revisionism is almost stupefying! I was particularly annoyed by the by Nelson Mandela assertion that Israel is an Apartheid State. Mandela was a Marxist (Here’s a kinder link on Mandela’s Marxism) then when the Black majority of South Africa received their due full citizenship rights as voters, Mandela then mellowed his Marxist sentiments. Mandela was no dummy. He realized that there would have to be some fence mending with the former Afrikaner ruling elites. The Afrikaners had become politically inferior by having their Apartheid power taken away, but they still held the keys of prosperity for all South Africans – Black, White and Asian immigrants. Mandela chose a more Western style democratic-Capitalism over destroying the infrastructure like the Marxist oriented Robert Mugabe did to formerly white dominated Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia under White domination).

 

In my last comment, made in irritation to revisionist history and associating world icon Nelson Mandela with that historical revisionism I said, “Yes! [Referring to Mandela] A commie loving Jew-hating individual.” I have to admit error about Mandela being a Jew-hater. It turns out the letter, quoted by Leftists and Jew-hating Muslims, attributed to Mandela sending to Thomas Friedman was a fake. That fake letter accepted as valid by so many has Mandela telling Friedman that Israel is an Apartheid State. Since Mandela never wrote the letter that means he never used the accusation of Apartheid state in reference to Israel.

 

 

This view is largely based on a notorious memo from 2007, which was addressed to the New York Times journalist Thomas Friedman and signed “Nelson Mandela”.

 

It read: “Palestinians are not struggling for a ‘state’ but for freedom, liberation and equality, just like we were struggling for freedom in South Africa. The so-called ‘Palestinian autonomous areas’ are bantustans. These are restricted entities within the power structure of the Israeli apartheid system.

 

“Apartheid is a crime against humanity. Israel has deprived millions of Palestinians of their liberty and property. It has perpetuated a system of gross racial discrimination and inequality.”

 

The “memo” went viral on the internet. It was cited by Jimmy Carter, the former American president, during a speech at Brandeis University, Massachusetts, later that year, and has since been a principal factor in fashioning the public perception of Mr Mandela as an anti-Israel figure.

 

Indeed, the notorious Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement — which William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, recently referred to as “unjust” — enthusiastically cites Mandela’s support.

 

The only problem is that the memo was a fake.

 

In 2007, Joel Pollack, the American political writer, revealed that it was actually written by Arjan El Fassed, a co-founder of the Electronic Intifada, a popular anti-Israel website.

 

 

Of course, it was not all rosy. Mandela was close to the PLO and, in the first decades of its existence, Israel did have an alliance with apartheid-era South Africa, acting as its most important arms supplier.

 

At the same time, however, Israel was often publicly critical of apartheid. In the late 1980s it sharply curtailed its support for the South African regime, cutting many military, economic and cultural ties. It also ruled that only non-white South Africans would be allowed to study on certain courses in Israel, voted to condemn apartheid at the UN and took part in sanctions.

 

 

…BUT OFTEN, HE WAS A FIERCE CRITIC OF THE JEWISH STATE

 

In October 1999, four months after he retired from the presidency of South Africa, Nelson Mandela arrived for his only visit to Israel.

 

He adopted a conciliatory tone, acknowledging that “Israel co-operated with the apartheid regime, but it did not participate in any atrocities”. He added that “I cannot conceive of Israel withdrawing (from the territories) if Arab states do not recognise Israel within secure borders.” But he was adamant that Israel must be prepared to withdraw, saying that “talk of peace remains hollow if Israel continues to occupy Arab lands”.

 

On other occasions, however, he was much harsher towards Israel.

 

Whether it was due to Israel’s co-operation with the apartheid government, the fact that the ANC had been embraced early on by Arab and Communist leaders (as a result he remained a life-long friend of Muammar Gaddafi and Fidel Castro) or simply his world-view that was hostile to Western policy, Mr Mandela was a staunch supporter of the Palestinian cause and a fierce critic of Israel.

 

He met PLO chief Yasser Arafat shortly after his release from prison in 1990 and called Israel that year a “terrorist state”. In a famous speech in 1997 he said that “our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians” and that “injustice and gross human rights violations were being perpetrated in Palestine”.

 

Two years later, when he did visit Israel, it was hard to ignore the fact that he had just come from visits to the Jewish state’s two mortal enemies — Syria and Iran.

 

READ ENTIRETY (The big lie: that Mandela viewed Israel as an apartheid state; By Jake Wallis Simons; TheJC.com; 12/12/13 – Bold text is by author J.W. Simons)

 

It seems I should have called Bishop Desmond Tutu the Jew-hater rather than Mandela.

 

Now! I read an exposé from Palestine Media Watch on the Jew-hating Arabs that call themselves Palestinians yesterday. This is what made me think about these moronic historical revisionist Jew-hating commenters. In light of the revisionism and lies you should read this exposé which is actually only one of many on the PMW website. See the truth for yourself on the nature of these Arab Muslims that call themselves Palestinians!

 

 

JRH 5/24/14

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