“Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,” says Yahweh Sabaoth. (Zechariah 4: 6)
“End the Occupation” is Anti-Semitic and Anti-Yahweh
In SnyderTalk on June 26th, I made this comment in “Switching Gears”:
Israel-Palestinian “peace” isn’t going to happen any time soon.
See “Palestinians say US is not demanding end to terrorist stipends as a precondition to talks”. Given the Palestinian penchant for lying, I’ll bet that’s a lie.
Speaking of lies, see “The Ongoing Drama of Palestinian Lies”. The whole notion of a “Palestinian people” is a lie. It goes downhill from there.
Also, see “Reports that Trump considering pulling out of peace efforts ‘nonsense,’ US official says”. It seems that after a tense meeting with Jared Kushner in Ramallah, Mahmoud Abbas was furious. According to the report, Abbas was furious about President Trump’s demand that he stop making payments to terrorists immediately.
The key word is “lies”. It’s the one thing you can count on from Palestinian leaders. After the lies, they begin what I call the “Palestinian Two-Step”. It’s a little dance they do when it looks like they may have to actually sign on the dotted line.
Problem is it never works out well for Israel. It begins with “spontaneous” terrorist attacks on innocent Israeli citizens.
I’ve seen the dance many times. It’s as predictable as night following day.
I wish Yahweh would return tomorrow. That would put an end to this nonsense.
“End the Occupation” is the contemporary mantra of Palestinians and useful idiots in the West who champion their cause. They even have a little ditty that they like to chant. It goes like this: “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
I would like to believe that the people chanting that slogan don’t have a clue what it means, but that would be ridiculous. The phrase “useful idiot” was coined by the Russians to describe people who support their efforts despite a complete lack of knowledge about the facts. In Russian, it’s “useful fools”, not “useful idiots”. The Russian version is better.
Palestinian puppets in the West, useful fools, are anti-Semites. They may not like that description, and they may deny it, but it’s true nonetheless. “End the Occupation” is a politically correct way to express their anti-Semitism.
In SnyderTalk on June 24th, I made this comment:
Thanks to President Trump, some countries are beginning to push back against Israel bashing in the U.N. Human Rights Council (UNHRC), but a lot more needs to be done.
The problem is not limited to the UNHRC. See “California university hit with lawsuit for antisemitic behavior”.
Anti-Semitism is on the rise throughout the U.S., but it is most evident at our universities. On college campuses where the pursuit of truth is supposed to be the primary goal, anti-Israel bias has become a politically correct form of anti-Semitism. Even schools like Harvard and MIT suffer from this malady.
In other words, anti-Semitism is a problem in all segments of our society, even among the intellectual elite.
In a nutshell, “End the Occupation” is a call for the annihilation of Israel since Israel rests on land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. That’s what useful fools across America want (or that’s what they say they want) even if they don’t use those words.
This is what The Jerusalem Post said about it in an article titled “Understanding ‘End the Occupation’”:
During the last few decades, the Palestinian propaganda machine aided by anti-Israel elements in the international community have created one of the most powerful and effective emotional and psychological weapons to defeat Israel: “End the occupation.”
Although it’s a popular mantra, few understand what it means.
It could refer to what Israel conquered during the Six Day War in 1967, or what Israel acquired during the War of Independence (1948-49), or everything “from the river to the sea.”
At first, Arab Palestinian propaganda focused on Israel’s presence in Judea and Samaria (the “West Bank”) as a “violation of international law,” specifically, the Fourth Geneva Convention as interpreted by the International Committee of the Red Cross. An anti-Israel, Geneva-based NGO, the International Committee of the Red Cross was the first to accuse Israel of “occupying Palestinian territory,” thus arbitrarily allotting a disputed area to one side. Because the International Committee of the Red Cross is also – uniquely – an official UN agency, its decisions are considered authoritative.
After Israel signed the Oslo Accords with Yasser Arafat (for the PLO), withdrew from Areas A and B, and along with the international community assisted the Palestinian Authority in developing its institutional structure, the focus turned to Israel’s legal and historical claims to Area C, in which all of the “settlements” are located. Experts and pundits debated the issue, but neither side was able to convince the other.
The debate over territory was important, but had limited effect because as Palestinian terrorism and incitement continued unabated and after two more withdrawals – from southern Lebanon in 2000 (which empowered Hezbollah), and from the Gaza Strip in 2005 (which empowered Hamas) – Israel was reluctant to surrender more territory. The “land for peace” mantra no longer persuaded anyone except hard-line ideologues. Even Israelis who supported the “two-state solution” were unwilling to make further concessions.
During the last decade or so, a new argument became prominent, often espoused by Israeli Jews and Progressive Jews in North America who are pro-Israel: “The occupation” is not only about territory, but is about “the Palestinian people.”
This shift to a humanitarian argument is persuasive because it is presented as a moral issue: Israel has no right to control another people, or nation – the Palestinians.
This portrays Israelis (i.e. Jews) as persecutors and Palestinians as their victims.
In fairness, useful fools probably don’t know that Palestinians are not a distinct people group and that they have never had a country of their own. The people we call “Palestinians” today are, for the most part, Arabs that no Arab country wants. They have banded together and blamed Israel for their plight. People in the West who join their cause are just as guilty as Palestinians for violence against innocent Israel citizens.
Yahweh identified the borders of the Promised Land. It’s the land between the Euphrates River and the Nile River. Below is a map showing those borders:
If you think the tiny sliver of a nation that we call Israel today is problematic, just wait until Yahweh intervenes to fulfill His promise. Literally, there will be hell to pay.
Be careful what you say and do where Israel is concerned. In reality, anti-Semitic attacks against Israel are attacks against Yahweh. Trying to justify those foolish attacks by claiming that you were misled by Palestinian lies is not a good excuse. Each one of us is responsible for our actions, and we will be held accountable.
That’s the truth. You can count on it.
The video below is about Jerusalem. Trying to divide it now will be very problematic.
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