Cary Wedler breaks down why she is a “self-hating Jew,” and the horrendous atrocities carried up by Zionists against Muslims in the state of Israel and abroad.
The Jewish state of Israel is presently practicing genocide against Palestinians, and is using the “culture of victimhood” to justify it. If you call out the atrocities against Palestinians done since the founding of Israel, you’re sure to be lumped in with the Nazi’s quicker than a skin head with a swastika tattooed on his head.
Leave no doubt about it, the state of Israel has been in the business of ethnic genocide since it’s beginning.
In 1948, the State of Israel created a Jewish majority by destroying approximately 500 Palestinian towns and driving over 700,000 Palestinians out of their homeland. They were able to use the victim-hood status granted by the holocaust to justify many of their violent actions, and had the help of the British and Americans in doing their bidding.
The lessons from the holocaust should include a hatred of racism, an abhorrence to tribalism, and a realization that good people can be lead to do terrible things when hatred subsumes a culture.
This is not the lesson that the Israelis have taken from the Holocaust. As war journalist Johnathan Cook puts it:
“The Holocaust’s lesson for most Israelis is not a universal one that might inspire them to oppose racism, or fanatical dictators or the bullying herd mentality that can all too quickly grip nations, or even state-sponsored genocide.
Instead, Israelis have been taught to see in the Holocaust a different message: that the world is plagued by a unique and ineradicable hatred of Jews, and that the only safety for the Jewish people is to be found in the creation of a super-power Jewish state that answers to no one. Put bluntly, Israel’s motto is: only Jewish power can prevent Jewish victim-hood.”
The continued backing of the state of Israel by the United States -through subsidization and wars carried out in its favor – is one of the greatest crimes carried out by the government.
I will leave you with a few charts to demonstrate the Israeli forces brutality.
Source: Remember These Children, a coalition of groups calling for an end to the killing of children and a fair resolution of the conflict.
Source: B’Tselem, The Israeli Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories. (Visit their statistics page, last updated September 30, 2015.)
Source: The Congressional Research Service’s report “U.S. Foreign Aid to Israel,” written by Jeremy M. Sharp, Specialist in Middle Eastern Affairs, dated June 10, 2015.
Statistics Source: The Israeli Committee Against Home Demolitions estimates that over 28,000 houses have been demolished in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza since 1967 (as of March 2012).