“A Zionist Project to Criminalize Criticism of Israel”


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{Note: this post is directed solely at the Zionist criminals in this world, and not at the Jewish people, who suffer because of this tiny, minority of greed/power-driven psychopaths! I hold no animosity toward the Jewish people, nor do I wish to bring any more harm down on them by posting this article!}

A warning from the satanic-like god of Zionist Israel to all of us “not chosen” and “not fit for life” gentile-heathens:

“Thou shalt not criticize Israel nor her Zionist elite leaders, my chosen ones. And thou must never question the 6 million/holocaust! Never, ever!! But if thou dost commit such dastardly deeds, and without immediate regret and penitent attitude, then I, the almighty god of Zionist Israel, shall seal thy mouth shut, and thou shalt surely reside in hell for all eternity! Thou dost not want to make the same grave error, and pay a similar severe penalty, as the Palestinians, dost thou? (I warned the Palestinians, but they would paith me no heed!) Then do as my supreme chosen ones commandeth you, and with great haste, or elseth!”

This, of course, is not quite theologically accurate, especially from the Talmudist’s perspective, since his god would destroy every gentile heathen no matter what. You see, the rest of us are already doomed by the Zionist god, and for simply not being born a member of “the chosen race;” or the Khazarian race (Central European), which has no relation to the ancient Hyksos/Hebrew race whatsoever, and therefore, has no claim to the land called Israel (Palestine).

As the following article reveals, the Israeli Zionists have decided that they will no longer suffer the slings and arrows of their critics, who number in the billions worldwide. The Israeli Zionists have made it clear to their “elected” and Christian stooges in the U.S., and other NATO nations as well, that they will no longer tolerate free speech, especially when that free speech is exposing them as the genocidal monsters they are:

A Zionist Project to Criminalize Criticism of Israel

By Lawrence Davidson

Some historical background

From the 1920s to the 1990s, the Zionists controlled the storyline in the West on the Israel-Palestine conflict. This meant that their version of history was the only version as far as most of the people in the West were concerned. Consequentially, they had an uncontested media field to label the Palestinians and their supporters as “terrorists” – the charge of anti-Semitism was not yet widely used. Also, as a consequence of their monopoly, the Zionists did not bother to engage in public debate.

Then, over the last 20 years the Zionists slowly lost their monopoly. In part, this was due to the fact that in 1993 the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) recognised Israel’s right to exist and renounced terrorism, and in the following years many of the Arab states made or offered peace. However, the Israelis did not respond in kind. In particular, they failed to respond in a fair and just way to US-sponsored peace efforts. Why so?

The answer to why the Israelis did not, in good faith, take up multiple historic opportunities to make peace with the Palestinians lies in the very nature of the Zionist movement. From its beginning, and certainly from the establishment of the state of Israel, Zionism has been driven by dreams of colonial expansion and religious exclusiveness. Each of these goals is seen as part of Zionism’s God-given mission, and they still prevail. Professor David Schulman of Hebrew University, writing in the New York Review of Books (23 April 2015), describes the consequences of this situation: “The Israeli electorate is still dominated by hyper-nationalist, in some cases proto-fascist, figures. It is no way inclined to make peace. It has given a clear mandate for policies… that will further deepen Israel’s colonial venture.” As a consequence, Israel’s credibility with an increasing number of people in the West has eroded.

This erosion led to a relatively short period of time in the early 2000s when the Zionists attempted to counter the situation by engaging with their critics in public debate. However, the majority of time they lost. Israel’s barbarous behaviour on the ground, combined with the fact that its historical version of events was shown to be full of holes, condemned it to an increasingly weak defensive position. This proved to be intolerable to the Zionists, so they withdrew from the debating field. And, as they did, they began to level charges of anti-Semitism against their critics, even those who are Jewish. These accusations of the worst sort of racism have been with us ever since – which is really ironic because much of what Israel is being criticised for is its own racist, apartheid nature.

This was an important change in tactics for Israel because it opened the way to misusing Western laws to Israel’s advantage. Just as the charge of terrorism has often been misused in a broad and sweeping manner (for instance, levelled against non-violent supporters of Palestinian charitable organisations), so the charge of anti-Semitism can potentially be used in an almost unlimited fashion by over-aggressive, pro-Zionist Western prosecutors against any critic of Israeli behaviour.

The boycott movement

In the West, much of the organised criticism of Israel now comes from campaigns aimed at promoting Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) of the Zionist state. So robust has the BDS movement grown that Gilad Erdan, Israel’s newly appointed minister of public security, strategic affairs and public diplomacy, has described it as one of the most “urgent issues” facing Israel. Israel’s president, Reuven Rivlin, has described the developing academic boycott, just one part of BDS, as a “strategic threat of the first order”.

Israel’s prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, has taken it upon himself to set the tone of Israel’s counter-attack on BDS. He has declared that there is an “international campaign to blacken Israel’s name” and he alleges that it is not motivated by Israel’s policies toward the Palestinians but rather seeks to “delegitimise Israel… and deny our very right to live here”. In other words, he is claiming that present criticism of Israel is really an attack on its existence, and not on its behaviour. For Netanyahu this has to be a form of anti-Semitism. As Hanan Ashrawi, a member of the PLO executive committee, describes Netanyahu’s argument, “If you criticise me you are anti-Semitic… If you accept any kind of punitive measure or sanctions against Israel, you want to destroy Israel.” That is how the prime minister avoids confronting the facts.

As bad as this is, it gets even worse. Declaring the goal of BDS to be the elimination of Israel allows the Zionists to use their influence with Western legislators to make cooperation with the boycott subject to penalties. In the United States, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the most powerful of the Zionist lobbies, is working on legislation similar to that used against Iran and also the Arab boycott of Israel in the 1970s. This legislation would penalise businesses, both at home and abroad, that favourably respond to calls for boycott. If this works we can expect the Zionists to go further and try to subvert the US constitution’s free speech provisions and then go after individuals as well as businesses. In this regard, efforts are also under way in Canada and France… (emphasis added)

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via A Zionist Project to Criminalize Criticism of Israel – Zen Gardner.


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It seems the Zionists who rule Israel, and Netanyahu, in particular, have declared themselves gods of this planet and universe, and thus they will not tolerate criticism of any kind from any “lesser being”. And we Mericans, unfortunately, live in Zionist Israel West (Zionist HELL!), thanks to this Zionist owned and operated government, and the Zionist worshiping Christian-fundamentalists.

So very soon, my mocking statement, above, could get me into big, big trouble! But I’m old and ill, and thus very weary of this shit and a tad cranky, and so I could give a shit less that these Zionist criminals are offended by what I say or write! In fact, Netanyahu, and his god (wealth & power), can kiss my fat ass!

Net-an-yahoo, if you don’t want us gentile heathens slamming you and your illegal state, then there is a way, beyond tyranny, to put an end to it. You know what that “way” is, Net-an-yahoo?

1) Stop raping, pillaging and mass-murdering the world’s disenfranchised peoples, especially the Palestinians.

2) Pack your Gucci luggage, and then you and your low-life associates vacate (haul your ass out of) the Palestinian’s homeland, which you illegally OCCUPY and refer to as “Israel.”

3) You and all your criminal buddies around the world, especially those in Washington D.C., Wall Street, The City of London and The Vatican, then need to turn yourselves in to be tried, imprisoned and executed for your heinous crimes against humanity.

Follow these three simple steps, Net-an-yahoo, and the rest of us gentile heathen will be more than glad to leave you alone, “Forever and Ever, Hallelujah!”

Oh, and by the way, you have a nice day, ya hear!

Sincerely,

We the fed-up gentile heathens of the world!

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3 thoughts on ““A Zionist Project to Criminalize Criticism of Israel”

  1. Speech laws do not protect us, they control us. I am against hate speech, but the worst thing we can do is make it illegal, as we’ve done here in Canada, because the laws normalize the silencing of dissent. There is no doubt the Israeli government is a fascist, pro-apartheid regime and the fact that western governments are trying to outlaw our criticism of it destroys not only their credibility, but their legitimacy as well.

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  2. Thanks for the reblog!

    Oh, I agree completely, believe me. My point is the Zionists run this government and thus the rest of us.

    No, screw every last political “right” here, they mean nothing!

    Like you, I am tired of the perpetrators of these crimes against humanity crying foul when they are criticized for being genocidal monsters!

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