Sunday, July 23, 2006

A solution has to acknowledge what has been blocking a solution.

Meteor Blades asks "What's Your Solution?" for the Israel/Palestine problem but he wants us to "disremember the past"

I replied:

The question can't be contemplated in a vacuum.

A solution has to acknowledge what has been blocking a solution.

A solution should achieve justice right? The very nature of what Zionist Israel has imposed and continues to impose is unjust. An unpleasant reality is that Israel refuses to allow non-Jews to have equal rights, the same rights that we Americans expect for themselves.

A just solution would be to allow all the people living in Israel and the occupied territories to have full and equal rights but by definition, by definition, that means the destruction of Israel. That is because Israel is set up to be a Jewish State and what they have been doing is trying to get the least amount of non-Jews and the most of the best land and water under within the Jewish State. Imagine telling blacks here in American that they have to live under a "white state" and you can start to get the idea of what the problem is. Even before the 20th century, some Jews saw warning signs that the Jews moving into Palestine were not going to respect the non-Jewish inhabitants. Ahad Aham, a Jewish critic of Zionist supremacy, complained in 1891 that "they treat the Arabs with hostility and cruelty, deprive them of their rights, offend them without cause, and even boast of these deeds; and nobody among us opposes this despicable and dangerous inclination."

As early as 1924 these sick racist Zionists killed Jews because they stood in the way of their racist plan. Even a religious Jew was targeted by Zionists as he left his synagogue.

And today the majority of Jews still have a despicable inclination: More than half the Jewish population of Israel - 53 percent - is opposed to full equal rights for Israeli Arabs, according to a survey conducted last month by the Israel Democracy Institute. Imagine asking white people in America if they thought blacks should have full equal rights. I am sure nearly all white Americans would find the question itself offensive! Maybe you now get an idea of what the problem is. There are so many deceptions about Israel fed to the American public.

What most people have resigned themselves to is allowing the Zionists to get away with imposing a Jewish State upon hundreds of thousands of non-Jews living in Israel.

Each solution is undermined by the Zionist's goal. We have to acknowledge that for 25 years, the United States has blocked the political settlement, which is supported by the majority of the American population and by the entire world, except for Israel.

"They came up with several plans of which the most well known is what's called the Geneva Accord was presented in December 2002. Most of the world, you know, very much favors, sent representatives, had strong comments. Israel flatly rejected it. The United States just dismissed it, they didn't talk about it. It wasn't the end but it was a basis for a two state settlement pretty much in accord with the international consensus that has been quite clear for 30 years. U.S. flatly rejects it. Israel rejects it. That's it."

A two-state solution is blocked by Israel and the U.S. You can't overlook the constant land theft underway presently. "In the first nine months of 2005, an estimated 14,000 settlers moved to the West Bank while 8,500 left Gaza, and more land was taken in the West Bank than was abandoned in the entire Gaza prison left behind." p201 Failed States

We could have a solution if Israel and the U.S abided by International Law and International agreements, by they don't want to. It has been game after game, right from the beginning. For example, Israel was accepted into the United Nations on condition that it accept the Right of Return of the Palestinian refugees. They got in and then refused to respect the Right of Return. And while they refuse to let non-Jews return to their homes, the continue to move into the occupied territories in violation of International Law.

And your examples don't give justice to the history, there is so much misinformation in order to hide the reality of what the Zionists have done. You wrote "You can't stop the 1947 partition or the '48 war." There wasn't a "1947 partition", there was only a proposal for partition and in practice, Zionists did not accept the UN Partition Plan. Zionists seized areas beyond the proposed Jewish State and did not recognize the International Zone. Using force and terrorism months before May 1948, Jews seized land beyond the UN proposed borders. The UN Plan was used as a pretense for taking over most of Palestine. The majority of the people living in Palestine, over 67% percent, did not want their land chopped up into 7 pieces and it was their democratic right to turn down the proposal. Less than 33% of the population had no right to insist that the proposal was binding. What American would say that a UN proposal forces over 67% of the people to give up their rights? These facts do matter, ignoring history serves the Zionist agenda.

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