Open letter to British Conservative Party leader David Cameron

Now let’s come to grips (all too briefly and therefore inadequately) with the matter of Israel‘s right or not to exist.

According to first and still existing draft of Judeo-Christian history which is constructed on Zionist mythology (more on this in a moment), Israel was given its birth certificate and thus legitimacy by the UN Partition Resolution of 29 November 1947. This is nonsense.

In the first place the UN without the consent of the majority of the people of Palestinedid not have the rightto decide to partition Palestineor assign any part of its territory to a minority of alien immigrants in order for them to establish a state of their own.

Despite that, by the narrowest of margins, and only after a rigged vote, the UN General Assembly didpass a resolution to partition Palestine and create two states, one Arab, one Jewish, with Jerusalem not part of either. But the General Assembly resolution was only a proposal? meaning that it could have no effect, would not become policy, unless approved by the Security Council.

The truth is that the General Assembly’s partition proposal never went to the Security Council for a policy decision. Why not? Because the US knew that, if approved, it could only be implemented by force; and President Truman was not prepared to use force to partition Palestine.

So the partition plan was vitiated (becameinvalid)and the question of what the hell to do about Palestinewas taken back to the General Assembly for more discussion. The option favoured and proposed by the US was temporary UN Trusteeship. It was while the General Assembly was debating what do that Israel unilaterally declared itself to be in existence ? actually in defiance of the will of the organised international community, including the Truman administration.

The truth of the time was that the Zionist state, which came into being as a consequence of Zionism terrorism and ethnic cleansing, had no right to exist and, more to the point, could have no right to exist unless?.. Unless it was recognised and legitimizedby those who were dispossessed of their land and their rights during the creation of the Zionist state.In international law only the Palestinians could give Israel the legitimacy it craved. And that legitimacy was the only thing the Zionists could not and cannot take from the Palestinians by force.

The question which should be put to all who are demanding that Hamas recognise Israel is this: WHICH ISRAELis to be recognised?. Israel inside its borders as they were on the eve of the 1967 war and thus in accordance with Security Council Resolution 242; the Greater Israel of today, which, on a daily basis, is expanding its illegal settlements on the occupied West Bank; or (possibly) a slightly reduced Greater Israel of tomorrow ? i.e. an Israel inoccupation for ever of some of the land and water resources it grabbed in 1967?

What, Mr. Cameron, is your answer to that question?

I said above that the first and still existing draft of Judeo-Christian history (of the making and sustaining of the Arab-Israeli conflict) is constructed on Zionist mythology ? a version of history which is not in accordance with the facts and documented truth and is little more than pure propaganda.

It was to provide the first evercomprehensive account of the truth of history that I devoted more than five years of my life to researching and writing my latest book ? Zionism, The Real Enemy of the Jew.Given that it’s a re-writing of the entire story of the making and sustaining of the Arab-Israeli conflict, replacing Zionist mythology with the facts and documented truth, you might ask why I chose such a title?. I insisted on Zionism, The Real Enemy of the Jewsbecause it reflects in seven words two related truths for our time. The first is that the sleeping giant of classical anti-Semitism has been re-awakened in the Western nations where most of the world’s Jews live. The second is that the prime cause of the re-awakening is the behaviour of the Zionist state of Israel.

That said, I wonder, Mr. Cameron, if you are aware of the fact that prior to the obscenity of the Nazi holocaust, most of the best Jewish minds of the time were OPPOSED to Zionism’s colonial enterprise. Why? They believed it to be morally wrong. They feared that it would lead to unending conflict given the opposition of the entire Arab and Muslim world. They also feared that the creation in the Arab heartland of a Zionist state for some Jews (a minority) would not be in the best interests of those (the majority) who preferred to live, as they still do, as integrated citizens in the many lands of the mainly Gentile world. Simply stated, they feared that Zionism, if it was allowed by the major powers to have its way, would provoke anti-Semitism.

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