C H U R C H R E F O R M S E R I E S
By Biblicism Institute
Israel is an apartheid country that is revved up by the anti-Christ spirit of “Hate Thy Neighbor.”
It has repudiated the Prince of Peace’s message of neighborly love and peace, and has embraced the genocidal spirit of conquest, terror, and subjugation, which has injected into the Middle East a cesspool of conflict and hate that has begun to metastasize worldwide.
However, if one truly believes the Jewish-dominated media, their fake news, and their constant barrage of “Holocaust” movies, one genuinely thinks that there’s only one group of people that everyone on earth hates: Jews. That’s how effective the brainwashing has been.
But when one wakes up from the media’s induced stupor, one realizes that Jews are themselves the victimizers who camouflage themselves as victims.
In addition, they deceptively insist that the Israeli-Palestinian conundrum is the fault of the Palestinians, when nothing could be further from the truth.
The Israeli-Palestinian problem can be easily solved, because the solution is very simple. It would be settled tomorrow if Zionist Jewish leaders were not such bloodthirsty thieves.
Unless Israel wants to become an internationally recognized Apartheid state shunned by the whole world, a just and equitable solution needs to be worked out. A solution that shelves the idea of two countries living side by side, because the facts on the ground dictate otherwise.
But there’s a twist.
It would be a federation of 5 states: Israel, West Bank (Judea and Samaria), Gaza, Galilee, and Negev; with Jerusalem as the country’s Capital, a Federal District that will not be part of any of the states and modeled after Washington D.C., and Palestine as the Federation’s name – a name that’s been around since the time of Christ, if not as far back as the era of the Philistines.
The Federation would have a limited government with a Prime Minister chosen by citizens of all 5 states, while each state would elect its own Governor.
The Golan Heights and Shebaa Farms would be returned respectively to Syria and Lebanon in exchange for a fair and comprehensive peace.
Each of the 5 states would have enough autonomy to create a system of checks and balances. In turn, this would spawn an economic environment which would allow each state to compete with each other, while avoiding possible future conflicts by making it more difficult to go to war unless all 5 states are in agreement: a certain divide and conquer for the benefit of all the inhabitants of the land.
In such a country anyone could live anywhere in the 5 states. Palestinians – including returning refugees who were kicked out of their homes by Zionist terrorists – would have equal rights, and would be allowed to settle wherever they wish, just like Israelis. Refugee resettlement would have to be organized in such a way so as to prevent chaos, with most refugees settling in Galilee and Negev where it’s less populated.
Jews around the world would no longer be immediate birthright citizens of the new state. However, if any Jewish person can prove that they’re being persecuted, they can apply for citizenship in any of the country’s embassies around the world, where they would be provided safe haven. The same treatment would be available to Palestinians living abroad.
This solution would lead to: One Country – One Person – One Vote.
It is a possibility only men of good will can achieve.
The problem lies with with Israel’s intransigent, bloodthirsty, thieving Ashkenazic leaders. With them such a plan (any plan, really) is nothing but a pipe dream, at best.
They refuse co-existence with their Palestinian neighbors because the whole conflict is about their thirst for land.
They want a land without Arabs. (To comprehend the Ashkenazim’s obsession with land, you must understand their origin and history by clicking here.)
“Israel takes more land [so] that the Palestinian state will be impossible . . . the Israel policy is to take more and more land day after day and that at the end of the day we’ll say that is impossible, we already have the land and we cannot create the state,” admitted Israeli
Minister thief Tzipi Livni.
Putting aside for a moment that Jews have absolutely no divine right to the entire land of Palestine as they claim they do, since they’re not really Hebrews, one would think that because of the many similarities Jews have with Muslims, such as circumcision and the like, that these leaders would agree to a peaceful settlement. But they don’t want to.
That’s because it’s not about faith or about God’s promise some 4000 years ago to Abraham. It’s about land. They want the whole enchilada. The whole pie. They want Greater Israel. Itself another pipe dream.
It’s an obsession these leaders have successfully inculcated in their fellow coreligionists. And that obsession has turned an entire people toward a malignant racism, which has morphed into an Apartheid system worse than the one that took shape in South Africa. So much so that the whole country is openly talking about the genocide of the Palestinians living among them, mistreating them, killing them, and bombing them at will in the hope they will leave the land in disgust.
If you’re having difficulty grasping such hatred, maybe this quote can help:
“Our race is the Master Race. We are divine gods on this planet. We are as different from the inferior races as they are from insects. In fact, compared to our race, other races are beasts and animals, cattle at best. Other races are considered as human excrement. Our destiny is to rule over the inferior races. Our earthly kingdom will be ruled by our leader with a rod of iron. The masses will lick our feet and serve us as our slaves.” — Menahem Begin, 6th Prime Minister of Israel’s speech to the Knesset (24 June 1982) [quoted in “Begin and the Beasts” Amnon Kapeliouk, in The New Statesman (25 June 1982)]
That’s why the time is fast approaching when they need to concede to living in harmony.
Even God commands it:
“If a stranger lives as a foreigner with you in your land, you shall not do him wrong. The stranger who lives as a foreigner with you shall be to you as the native-born among you, and you shall love him as yourself… I am Yahweh your God.” Leviticus 19:33-34
Appeal: Every conscientious individual should implement a personal boycott of Israel and everything made there.
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