American writer, author and economist Jeff Gates had predicted in 2010 Israel’s proxy wars conducted by the United States in the Middle East – from Afghanistan, Iraq, expanding to Syria, Iran and Pakistan.
In April 2010, Jeff Gates wrote: The Invention of the Jewish People did not begin with Shlomo Sand’s 2009 bestseller by that title. There was no Exile says this Jewish scholar. Nor was there an Exodus. So how could there be a Return, the core premise of Israeli statehood? If this patch of Palestinian land never rightly belonged to a mythical Jewish People, what then for the legitimacy of the “Jewish homeland.” And for that depiction by British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour in his November 1917 letter to Lord Rothschild? Were Christians likewise seduced by Sunday school teachings reliant on the phony findings of Biblical archeologist William Albright? Shlomo Sand chronicles how in the 1920s Albright interpreted every excavation in Palestine to “reaffirm the Old Testament and thereby the New.” In 1948, President Harry Truman, a Christian Zionist, was advised by Secretary of State George Marshall not to recognize this enclave as a state. This WWII general assured Truman that he would vote against him—and did. That military tradition resurfaced in January 2010 when General David Petraeus dispatched a team to brief Admiral Michael Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on the perils that Israel still poses to U.S. national security. Mullen was reportedly shocked (here).
Several Jewish and Christian authors have claimed the Jewish terrorism is less political and more based on religion. Edward S. Herman in The Real Terror Network (here), and Livia Rokach’s 1980 book, Israel’s Sacred Terrorism, with foreword by Dr. Noam Chomsky (here) shed light on this secret truth.
Hashem Tillawi, PhD, interviewed Jeff Gates in 2012 (watch below).