Testing Zionist ideas

Still not convinced that Iran must be prevented — by any means necessary — from becoming a nuclear power?

Watch as a member of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s entourage abuses Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel:

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Words are not an adequate response to the gutter trash that is Ahmadinejad and his cohorts. And Ahmadinejad is not the only one. The same sewer rhetoric — or worse — can be heard in the mouths of Palestinians of both the Hamas and Fatah varieties, and even from ‘progressive’ activists here in California.

Ahmadinejad has done us a favor by showing the world that antisemitism is real, Jews are not ‘obsessed with the Holocaust’, and it’s not just ‘Jewish paranoia’. They do hate us and want to wipe us out.

The Zionist idea that a Jewish state can prevent another Holocaust is about to be tested as severely as it has ever been since the end of WWII. Another Zionist idea, whose truth was firmly established then, is that the Jewish people needs to defend itself — nobody, not the US, not any other nation or international organization, will do it for them.

I’m confident that Israel will defend herself and the Jewish people yet again, and Ahmadinejad’s place in history will be assured — not as the destroyer of Israel he aspires to be, but rather as one who brought catastrophe onto his own people.

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3 Responses to “Testing Zionist ideas”

  1. Shalom Freedman says:

    The walkout by the Europeans as response to Ahmadinejad’s Durban II speech is a sign that one aspect of the Radical Islamic strategy for destroying Israel is losing ground. The deligitimization effort which involves convincing the world, and most especially the Western world that Israel is an illegitimate state and should be destroyed is rejected not only by the U.S. and other nations which did not attend Durban but by the European world as a whole.
    This does not stop Iran in its effort to attain nuclear weapons. And it does not mean that force of arms will not be necessary in the end. But it does show us that the Western world is not working for our destruction. It does show us that we are not alone to some degree.

  2. Vic Rosenthal says:

    The Europeans walked out during his speech, and most of them walked back in. No, they are not all working for our destruction — but they are not prepared to do our fighting for us.

  3. Shalom Freedman says:

    I don’t think we need them to do our fighting for us. And I don’t underestimate the possible pragmatic reasons for their turning against the Iranian Ahmadinejad line. The U.S. now has a leader they want to be in accord with. The best place to be is on the side of the U.S. The U.S. clearly condemns Ahmadinejad and strongly supports Israel’s existence. So the Europeans go along with this.
    Whatever their motive, though the condemnation of Ahmadinejad a positive development. Their affirmation of Israel’s right to existence is a positive development.
    We should not be seeking to minimize the positive developments, seeking to augment our ‘isolation’ go on and on about our ‘dwelling alone’. Rather in the struggle to survive and prosper we should work to make stronger allies, work to get more of the world’s nations on our side. It should be axiomatic in the mind of the world that a Jewish state on the map of the world is a positive and permenent .And it should be made clear as it was at Durban II that those who think and promote otherwise are outside the consensus of the most enlightened, and hopefully powerful nations.