Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The Real Story of How Israel Was Created

The Real Story of How Israel Was Created by Alison Weir

The scope and significance of this article by Alison Weir goes far beyond what the title suggests. The totality of the picture painted by Alison (which I confirm with my years of study and thousands of papers by people I've come to trust and respect), will astonish, I suspect, many millions people who simply don't know these things. The facts are that America is buried in debt, rapidly becoming a nightmare police state, in a military quagmire in the Middle East, and gaining the scorn of the world for this nightmarish behavior.

Make no mistake about it, the American empire is crumbling as we speak. We can't manage the national debt, and we can't win - or even get out of - the military invasion of the Middle East. The Zionists, having played the key role in getting the invasion launched, and given their present attitude, will not tolerate anything but success. For it not to succeed, i.e. military withdrawn, aka failure, Israel will be all alone and surrounded by it's many enemies.

The good news that can come of this is that, rather then ruling the Middle East, the Zionists will have to bury their hatred, declare all of Israel/Palestine a united democracy, and learn to live in peace with their neighbors.

The bad news is that I (and many people, I suspect) am an optimist. I keep thinking "it will get better" - somehow. But it hasn't gotten better, it's gotten worse, steadily, and the decline started long before the invasion of the ME, but certainly since that fateful day.

Every American should read Alison's essays - and think about it. Then talk with family and friends. DO SOMETHING!

There's another important, related piece by Alison, The History of Israel-US Relations which is on her website, which contain other writing and research.

Reading material on this subject is piled high on the internet. Google "neocon video" to find some websites with video presentations, but for the most thoughtful material there's no substitute for reading. Alison Weir's papers are a very good start. From there, do some searches and follow your curiosity.


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