“Zionism is a rationally thought-out, ethnic-based doctrine, whose goal of
in-gathering Jews from all over the world into historic Palestine is, as
Chaim Weizmann said in 1919, ‘of far profounder import than the desires
and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land’”.
Ethnic, Webster’s Dictionary: from Greek, nation, people
A member of a minority group who retains the customs, language, or social
views of his group.
“Zionists knew then, as they know now, that when you colonize someone
else’s land you have to assume, again quite rationally, that, (a) those whom
you have kicked out of their homes will want their homes back, and (b) the
only way to prevent this from happening is through military invincibility.
Vladimir Jabotinsky put it bluntly in 1928: ‘Zionism is a colonizing
adventure and it therefore stands or falls by the question of armed force’”
Years later, under President George W. Bush, the alliance between Israeli
hard-liners and Christian Zionists (Vice-President Richard Cheney,
Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld), and Jewish neoconservatives like
Richard Perle and Paul D. Wolfowitz, led the push for war against Iraq,
long before the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center towers. (Book
review of “The Fall of the House of Bush” by Craig Unger, Dec. 7, 2007,
the New York Times)
Doug Feith, the former number three at the Pentagon, reporting to the
number two man Paul Wolfowitz, said “My family got wiped out by Hitler”.
Tom Hicks, author of “Fiasco”, wrote “Like Wolfowitz, Feith came from a
family devastated by the Holocaust.”.
( December 12, 2007, the New York Times)
“I dislike the coercive methods of Zionists who, in this country,
have not hesitated to use economic means to silence persons who
have different views. I object to the attempts at character
assassination of those who do not agree with them”
Arthur Hays Sulzberger, 1946