This "Background Report", based on Israeli sources, has recently (July 98) been distributed by ZOA, the Zionist Organization of America, in support of a petition against the Palestinians.
All these comments and declarations show that the Palestinians have understood very clearly the nature of the Israeli aggression, invasion and occupation of their land. Even those who have been lured and trapped into a combination, called the Oslo Agreement, by which the Palestinians would exchange their role as policemen dedicated to suppress any Palestinian resistance to Israeli military occupation against a truckload of rotten peanuts, even those desparate lackeys have a clear vision of the Nazi nature of Israeli politics. In fact, it has been the case for a long time, almost since the time of the robbing of the land.
But what is new is the fact the Palestinians have started to understand that the legitimization tool of Israel, namely the Holocaust (supposed to have happened half a century AFTER the first silly Zionist claims on Ottoman Palestine) is bogey, at least as it is told to gullible Western audiences. In order to enslave the local native Arabes, Zionist forces have used guns, canons, armor, planes, threat of atomic warfare, batons, concentration camps, tortures, deprivation of land, work and food, massives reprisals, the taking of hostages, the indiscriminate killing of women and children, systematic arrests and all possible forms of humiliation. This was not enough. They needed the Holocaust as a hard-hitting tool that they could use while beating up their victims and telling them at the same time: we are more victim than you.
Like other ploys they used, this one is becoming obsolete. Modern Holocaust Revisionism has shown that the moral ground on which the Jews were standing is in fact much lower than they believed. This can now been seen and argued by anyone, with an access to Internet. (1)
The Israelis are coming to realize that the most formidable osbtacle on their way to total domination is now the Holocaust Revisionism. As a testimony to this new developement, we have this dispatch from Saloniki:
Governments must outlaw Holocaust revisionism in order to fight a hi-tech, well-financed movement that denies the Holocaust ever occurred, a group of Jewish legal experts said yesterday. An international conference of Jewish jurists, held in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki, warned that the international revisionist movement, using the Internet and an orchestrated propaganda campaign, could warp the historical memory of younger generations. "The denial movement has a historical institute which is reviewing history and whose real aim is to deny the Holocaust," said Itzhak Nener, an Israeli who is deputy president of the International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists. "They have tremendous sums of money." The Nazis murdered 50,000 of Thessaloniki's Jews during the Holocaust, destroying the once-thriving community. (2) Today, about 1,000 Jews live in the city. During World War II, Nazi Germany rounded up about six million Jews and exterminated them at death camps. One aim of the conference is to convince more countries to pass legislation outlawing Holocaust denial. Several European countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France and Luxembourg already have such legislation. But Nener and his colleagues said the relevant punishment was too lenient, and more countries should crack down on people claiming the Nazi slaughter of Jews never took place. Holocaust revisionists have been consistently active in the US and Canada, where they have aired their views on the Internet. "This growing group is using websites to make amazingly ridiculous claims, like that they measured the gas chambers and found they were not big enough for people," said Isidor Wolfe, a lawyer from Vancouver, Canada (3). The International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists will hold conferences in more than 20 other European nations to lobby for more anti-revisionism laws."
All this means that revisionists should be prepared to face the most severe onslaught that they ever saw. Those who are not in this battle, who are neither Zionist or pro-Zionists, and who think they do not give a damn for such historical triviae should give a second thought to this question: Is it the interest of mankind, is it the interest of Western nations, is it the interest of you as individual to accept a complete domination by a tiny group pushing in your throat historial lies, like the gas chambers or the "eternal possession of the Promised Land" ? Is that dictatorship a good thing for you and your children? Think of what you have swallowed already. Think about it before it is too late, before the opening of the first concentration camps for the ideologically incorrect and the gullible...
1/- Zionist Organization of America, 4 East 34 St., New York, NY 10016, USA; phone 2
12-481-1500, fax 212-481-1515; e-mail: <email@example.com>; website: <http://www.zoa.org>
2/- Athens News , Sunday 28 June 1998, page 1.
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