“Every nation, in its time of misfortune, has conspirators who do their work in secret. In our case an entire nation has been raised on conspiracy. With others the conspiracy is political; with us it is religious and national,” – Chaim Kaplan wrote in his diary during Warsaw ghetto uprising, ‘The Scroll of Agony”
“Each country can only absorb a limited number of Jews, if she doesn’t want disorders in her stomach. Germany has already too many Jews,” – Theodor Herzl
“Anti-Semitism is an understandable reaction to Jewish defects,” – Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first president of Zionist Israel.
“One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail.” —Rabbi Yaacov Perrin, Feb. 27, 1994.
“Show no mercy to the people of Gaza,” – Israel\’s Chief Military Rabbi, Brigadier General Avi Ronzki
The above are a few of thousands of sayings of the Jewish leaders showing their contempt not only for the non-Jews, but also toward their fellow Jews – but no Israeli would dare to call them “anti-Semite” – one of many titles to silence critics of the Jewish occupation of Palestine and their religious hatred toward Christians and other non-Jewish people.
Since the occupation of Muslim-majority Palestine in 1948 by Europe’s unwanted Jews – the new Jewish generations has been raised on hatred toward Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims at large. They’re projected the Jewish children as “murderers”, “rioters”, “suspisious”, “backward”, and “unproductive”.
Israeli-born Gilad Atzmon in his latest article Gilad Shalit: The Grand Illusion explains the racist and hateful mindset of Israeli Jews.
“This explains how come 94% of Israeli Jewish population supported the last genocide in Gaza. The consequences are devastating. The total majority of Israeli Jews not only say NO to ‘love thy neighbor’, they actually say YES to murder in broad daylight…..The Israeli is submerged in a self-notion of blamelessness, it’s somehow always the other who carries the guilt and the fault. This total discrepancy between Israeli self-perception i.e. ‘innocence’ and Israeli manifested practice i.e. barbarism beyond comparison, can be realized as a severe form of detachment on the verge of collective psychosis.
Considering the crimes against humanity repeatedly committed by Israel, all left for the state is just rhetorical spin that indeed become more and more delusional and ineffective…..Yet the state has secured itself a prominent position as the embodiment of evil. If there is a ‘change beyond recognition’ to be detected is the fact that after Gaza we all know who you are and what you stand for.”