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Silent Exodus - the Jewish Nakbah - by Pierre Rehov 

#Nakbah   #Rehov   #antizionism   #antisemitism   #Israel #Palestine  

That's the film where the Jewish emprisoned girl I put up as my cover picture comes from. (Doesn't she have beautiful Franz Kafka eyes?) 

It's a story of Arab Jew hatred. And of the 'cycle of violence' that started with the foundation of Israel in 1948. Approximately, because if you look into it, the cycle of violence started earlier. Calling it a 'cycle of violence' is anyhow obscuring the fact that it is a temporal phenomenon, and that a temporal phenomenon must have a beginning at some point in time. 1948 seems to be an acceptable date even for the unrepentant anti-Zionists of today, as it is the starting date of their anti-Zionist war for the liberation of Palestine. Which was and still is an unjust war in defence of an unproven right to the whole of Palestine. 

My simple understanding of the cycle of violence: it is a cycle in which innocent victims are avenged by making more innocent victims (Toulouse 2012). The cycle will not stop as long as the political criminals in the background posing as national heroes in broad daylight are not banished by those who have been fooled by them. With each turn of the cycle this becomes more difficult, as those who are fooled by the political criminals become criminal heroes themselves (Mohammed Merah 2012). 

But this is still far too simple. The Palestinian victims and refugees the world is still so upset about were the victims and refugees of the unjust war started in 1948 by the Arabs against the Zionists. And they are still victims and refugees because they were nowhere welcome in Arab countries and the war against the Zionists was never ended. The Jewish victims and refugees nobody ever talks about were also the victims and the refugees of the unjust war started in 1948 by the Arabs against the Zionists. And the fact that they are forgotten is actually their luck, it is because they were welcomed in Israel, the Zionist Entity. If there is a cycle of violence, there clearly also is a black hole in the middle of it, the black hole of Jew hatred and autovictimisation by Muslim Jew haters, who think of themselves first of all as victims of Zionism and Western oppression (capitalism, colonialism, islamophobia). And that's the point: they only think of themselves. 

"History is a mystery in the process of revealing itself." Eric Voegelin said that. But obviously it doesn't reveal itself unequivocally to everybody. Jew hatred is a form of blindness to itself and to reality. Asking an anti-Semite to look into the mirror doesn't help. All he sees is a man rightly outraged at the Jews killing innocent children! Amor sui usque ad contemptum Dei, Saint Augustine called it. In English: Godforsaken madness (love of self to the contempt of God).  

[3:30-3:48] Arab Jew hatred chants (led by a woman, with response from the crowd) from 1967 (Nasser appears) - very impressive illustration of arousal to 'Blutrausch'. (I think I've seen similar chants, also led by a woman, during the 'Arab Spring' in Caïro.) 

"We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children. We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us." - Golda Meir 

The only problem: it's because the Palestinians love their children that the criminals hidden in the background can recycle their Jew hatred indefinitely. As long as the Palestinians do not realise that the political criminals hidden in the background are their own political leaders appearing in broad daylight to pass off their 65-year anti-Semitic war as a struggle for the liberation of Palestine, they will continue to sacrifice the children they love to the Jews (Zionists) they hate. 

The Silent Exodus (update 2015) - by Pierre Rehov

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFyDU62W4Rk

The Forgotten Refugees - 1,000,000 Jews Expelled from Arab Countries - by Rory Cohen (more old pictures of the same story) 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nz9LPfB2ytM (part 1) 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BgrWigdK6E (part 2) 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp5_LddyVys (part 3) 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyaF0dXJdOE (part 4) 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRgb7NjFac0 (part 5) 
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"He's facebook friends with Voldemort!" Could that be true? [Voldemort = PBOC]
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Individual preferences, liberties and probably also economic well-being appeared to be the victims and social choice is likely to be bought at the expense of prosperity. We cannot get much satisfaction from contemplating this likely picture. All we can get from the analysis of the forces at play is a better understanding of why liberal democracy is producing results which most of us most of the time do not welcome.
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One strand of libertarian doctrine holds that it is precisely private property that should serve as the sole control mechanism of immigration. Immigrants should be entirely free to cross the frontier—indeed, there should be no frontier. Once in the country, they should be free to move around and settle in it as if it were no man's land, as long as they do not trespass on any part of it that is someone's land, someone's house, someone's property of any sort. They can establish themselves and find a living by contracting to work for wages and to find a roof by paying rent. In all material aspects of life, they could find what they need by agreements with owners and also by turning themselves into owners. Owners, in turn, would not object to seeing immigrants get what they had contracted for.

A very different stand can, however, be defended on no less pure liberal grounds. For it is quite consistent with the dictates of liberty and the concept of property they imply, that the country is not a no man's land at all, but the extension of a home. Privacy and the right to exclude strangers from it is only a little less obviously an attribute of it than it is of one's house. Its infrastructure, its amenities, its public order have been built up by generations of its inhabitants. These things have value that belongs to their builders and the builders' heirs, and the latter are arguably at liberty to share or not to share them with immigrants who, in their countries of origin, do not have as good infrastructure, amenities and public order. Those who claim that in the name of liberty they must let any and all would-be immigrants take a share are, then, not liberals but socialists professing share-and-share alike egalitarianism on an international scale.
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Interaction of moderate (father) with radical Muslim (son): “I told him he had to stay calm and be patient because in two years Israel will not exist anymore. Geopolitics is changing: Russia, China and America don’t want Jews there anymore. They are going to bring the Jews back to Ukraine,” Sayed Farook said. “What is the point of fighting? We have already done it and we lost. Israel is not to be fought with weapons, but with politics. But he did not listen to me, he was obsessed.”
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Ambassador Danny Danon, Israel’s permanent representative to the United Nations, trying to be nice and constructive in op-ed. 

Artificial wound, you call it? When you just explained so well how it was inflicted by Arab governments waging an unjust war against the newly created State of Israel? And how these same Arab governments then let it fester for as long as they could? Compounding one crime with another, so to speak? Even adding a third one by turning against their Jewish communities, dispossessing and expelling them as well? - Now is the time for the community of nations to enact fair and practical solutions? When the only just solution that could put an end to the not so artificial wound is to demand from the Arab governments guilty of those crimes to make restitution? To all their victims! 
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