KW: In the recent days the Hawke’s Bay Today has had numerous letters to the editor about the Paster of a local Christian Church in Hastings taking 2 busloads of Christian followers down to Wellington to protest that New Zealand voted for the United Nations resolution on the Israeli-Palestine conflict that supported the two State solution. Numerous letters have been published offering points from both sides. After some period I decided to write myself and a slightly amended version of that letter was published on Thursday 5th January, the letter forwarded reproduced below.
First the letter to the Editor of Hawke’s Bay Today
The raging debate in your letters column between Israel cynics and ‘the pilgrim faithful’ is amusing but sad. The Christians are never going to be persuaded that Israel behaves as a rogue state responsible for the merciless slaughter of thousands of Palestinians under the leadership of the murderous thug Netanyahu and the previous other Israeli murderous Prime Ministers before him because they believe that the Jews are Gods chosen people (meaning they can do what they like and it must be Gods will), so whatever the crime, they look to excuse the appalling behaviour.
It’s impossible for Palestinians to negotiate, no one ‘negotiates’ with former terrorist and criminal Netanyahu, in a normal give and take manner, it’s only his way and he cares not one bit for global condemnation of his murderous assault on Palestinians as he has the American neocon Zionist Jews politically behind him and the hoodwinked U.S. taxpayer haplessly funding him to the tune of $billions per year calculated at about 11 $million per day. With a newly signed pact between Israel and Washington for $38billion over the next 10 years it’s not going to stop any time soon.
Anyone wanting to see the truth of the just how much Palestinian land has been stolen by the Israelis since 1946 should simply use their home PC and google ‘Palestine map-loss of land’ to see that Palestine has virtually been wiped from the face of the earth already, land confiscated, buildings bulldozed and any Palestinian commercial activity on a daily basis continually frustrated by the Israeli military such that Palestinians starve in what was once their homeland.
Once more the spineless United Nations, simply an arm of U.S. foreign policy, has for years proven gutless in stopping Israel committing atrocities against Palestine, the fact that the U.S. voted against the recent resolution a mere hiccup as Obama seeks to spite incoming President Donald Trump having a smooth transition by giving his political adversary Netanyahu the two fingers and also attempting sabotage of the likelihood of friendly relations between Trump and Putin. Obama’s sign off is all sour grapes and admission of failure of his Presidency. Only Jimmy Carter ever came close to sorting Israeli-Palestinian differences and he ended up despised by the neocon establishment that he described as the ruling oligarchy in America.
More importantly is understanding the bigger picture of war in the Middle East and the Zionist plan for greater Israel. Also known as the ‘Yinnon Plan‘, according to the founding father of Zionism Theodore Herzl, “the area of the Jewish State stretches: “From the Brook of Egypt to the Euphrates.” According to Rabbi Fischmann, “The Promised Land extends from the River of Egypt up to the Euphrates, it includes parts of Syria and Lebanon.” This is being played out now with the destruction of Iraq and now Syria by the U.S. backing the Al-Qaeda rebels as they have now openly admitted. So the likelihood of any resolution of this issue is simply not going to happen, any Arab state left standing is going to come under attack either by Israel itself or by Israel’s lapdog the United States of America serving neocon zionist Jews in the U.S.
Now the reaction: with pictures I might add. Someone has been doing some research and found a picture of me from way back and let forth a personalised tirade. Never thought of myself as anti Semitic ever, neo Nazi never, just attacking labels to deflay considered thinking.