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Why Palestinians Have Continued to Lose Palestine to this Very Day - Undoing the Theft of PalestineZahir Ebrahim Project Humanbeingsfirst.org
Open Letter to Palestinians, their supporters, their oppressors.
(LOS ANGELES) - Sun Tzu wrote in the Art of War some 2500 years ago:
After over three decades of interaction with Zionists beginning immediately upon my arrival at MIT as an undergraduate and latching on to the "vigorous" dissent of Noam Chomsky, and after as many years of friendship with Palestinians beginning at Engineering University in Lahore Pakistan as a teenager looking for my own intellectual footings for the first time in my life and naturally siding with the "mazloomeen" (the oppressed) as is often the norm when passing through those gates of idyllic years, finding the key to unlock the mysteries of the universe has been an elusive pursuit. As Elie Wiesel had put it in one of his memoirs: “it is a mystery whose parallel may only be the one of Sinai when something was revealed to mankind.” Especially so in the modernity du jour, in the age of Superman. At least for most of us ordinary people; those who aren't the Superman that is.
Until one reads Sun Tzu, Plato, Machiavelli, Nietzsche, Hegel, and of course the Balfour Declaration. Then, speaking for myself, most of it becomes crystal clear – as if one finally found the key to the door past which no one can otherwise see.
Unfortunately, none of the above is either studied by, or taught to, the Palestinians. And that appears to me to be the primary reason for Palestinians continuing to lament their Nakba song year in and year out – and they will likely continue to do so until the “Zion that will light up all the world” is achieved.
To this day, and do try this simple test yourself, if you ask your Palestinian students, professors, colleagues and friends, to whom is the Balfour Declaration addressed, they will only come back to you surprised at best: “it is addressed to someone?” None among the Palestinians masses evidently still have any idea who the enemy is! What is the explanation?
The enemy has been most carefully cloaked from the public mind by some sort of “iron wall”. Part One of Sun Tzu's test to prevail upon the enemy is failed right off the bat by the Palestinians.
From time immemorial, from when Kaabil killed Haabil (Cain killed Abel), to the present, from Afghanistan to Palestine, Iraq to Pakistan, and from TSA at American airports to police state USA being inflicted upon the bewildered American mind in the name of protecting them from Islamofascist terror, the only morality seen in practice is the control of the public mind; by hook or by crook.
While it is a truism that might makes right, but as Aldous Huxley pointed out, you can do everything with a bayonet except sit on it. In order to control the public mind indefinitely, you must have some measure of their consent. Machiavelli and Hegelian Dialectic easily enable today's history's actors to get away with the theft of commonsense and good judgment of the public mind; and in the aftermath of that heist, easily convincing the mass mind of absurdities and consequently getting them to either consenting to absurdities or, if they are made of sterner material, getting them to run endlessly on treadmills most carefully laid out in front of them to steer their moral quest for truth and justice -- to anything and everything but that.
This is what Vladimir Jabotinsky wrote in the "Iron Wall" in 1923:
What is that “iron wall”? Who or what is that force that is independent of the local population?
You will not hear that examined and analyzed by anyone in the United States --- neither the loud Jewish professors who claim high moral ground critiquing the Jewish State from America's mightiest university podiums (like Noam Chomsky at MIT and Norm Finkelstein previously of Princeton and DePaul University), nor the Palestinian Professors proudly adorning the mantle of high scholarship in empire's best universities (like Rashid Khalidi et. al. at Columbia and Hatem Bazian at UC Berkeley). Most men and women of conscience in Diaspora and on ground zero in Palestine, both Jewish and Palestinian, somehow always seem to know to what extent they may exercise their "vigorous" dissent before they might be "retired".
I have come to the sad realization that most are, indeed, outright Trojan Horses, House Niggers, and useful idiots, cultivated to keep their Jewish Superman brethren company playing the Hegelian Dialectic of Dissent.
And the beleaguered Palestinian mind holding on to its keys and its memories is encouraged to follow them as leaders, opinion-makers, and right-path show-ers.
The diabolical theft of Palestine is perhaps the best case-study of waging war by way of deception. The success of that deception is underscored by Sun Tzu quoted above. The Palestinians today neither know themselves, nor do they know their enemy. And thus they have lost every battle against the Zionists.
The struggle for Palestine will continue to remain ineffective so long as the real harbingers and their real agenda remains cloaked in deception; so long as the Israel Project is kept “under the protection of a force independent of the local population – an iron wall which the native population cannot break through.” That local population will soon come to encompass the entire earth, in a “Zion that will light up all the world”, in one-world government.
he Oligarchic Primacy in Palestine and the Oligarchic Primacy for World Government is one and the same project.
That straightforward recognition has been most carefully kept away from the public mind by virtually all the political as well intellectual leaders and scholars of Palestine.
I invite the mightiest names who carry the Palestinian burden to critique the following lowly analysis that I humbly present before you. If there is any good in it, I hope you will have the moral decency to support it. If there is any falsehood in it, I equally hope that you have the moral courage to vigorously oppose it so that its errors may be corrected
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