Saturday, May 30, 2009

The NEW Israel, according to the Community Organizer

The holiday celebration is over, we’re back to reality – and a depressing reality it is.

The above map is what the Community Organizer is intent on foisting on Israel. Think that looks like a viable entity? When the surrounding areas are all openly repeating their long-standing intention to eliminate Israel entirely?

The Arab terrorist Abu Mazen (Mahmoud Abbas) scored a hit with the Community Organizer in their gab fest late last week. The Arabs were cheering mightily over the assurance they’d received that the Community Organizer will work to bring about the fall of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“It will take a couple of years" for this American pressure to force Netanyahu from office, the Washington Post quoted one of Abbas's officials as saying. The President’s plan, apparently, is to force Bibi to accept the Final, Final solution of the Jewish problem by accepting a “two state” scenario.

Then, with Bibi gone, Israel can be forced to accept other elements of the Final Solution, like agreeing to “right of return” for all the Arabs -- plus their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, who left back in 1948. About 600,000 Arabs left Israel during that first war – about the same number of Jews who were expelled from Arab countries, coincidentally.

The descendents of the Arabs who fled have been kept in permanent ‘refugee’ status by the Arabs for purely political reasons. They now number somewhere between 2.4 million and 5 million, depending on whose statistics you use. Obviously if Israel, with about 6 million Jews (and over a million Arabs already) were to accept as citizens another five million Arabs, it would cease to be what it was created to be – a safe haven for Jews around the world. It would become just another Arab state.

But here’s the thing: The fact that the Arabs look forward to dealing with a weaker Prime Minister than Bibi is one thing. What’s totally astonishing is that the ultra-chutzpadik American President plans to help depose the elected head of the only pro-western democracy in the Middle East!

Again, the good news is that at least we know where we stand. Not only is America not our ally anymore. Now America is openly committed to overthrowing our government in favor of America’s new friends, the Arab terrorist regimes.

And just in case there was any doubt, Missus Bubba went on the record to “clarify” the Community Organizer’s remarks, issuing a totally unprecedented statement in which she demanded – demanded! – that Israel stop all construction, of any kind, in established Jewish communities not only in Yesha (Judea and Samaria) but also in Jerusalem.

That’s beyond outrageous. Who do these two think they are? They set out to destroy the elected government of an ally. They “demand” that Israel, an independent nation not beholden to the US at all, follow their dictates on housing policy.

You gotta laugh, though. Israeli officials are furious, but even they can see the humor:

Israeli Government Press Director Daniel Seamen reacted by saying: “I have to admire the residents of Iroquois territory for assuming that they have a right to determine where Jews should live in Jerusalem.”

Here’s how Dry Bones sees it:


  1. It's going to be a LONG 3 1/2 years before the next Pres. election. But, hang in there Israel.

  2. You probably saw it on Drudge, but if you skipped it, check again:

    The US is descending into Marxism "with breathtaking speed." The author correctly traces the path: the dumbing down of education, the faith in G-d turned into circuses, then the election of Barack Obama, with all that entails.... if you didn't read it, do it now.

    The question is, can the US last another 3.5 years of the Community Organizer?

    Israel will go its own way -- we now have no choice.

    But whither the US.....?

  3. I'm shocked! The analogy you present here is grossly unfair. To even suggest a parallel between the U.S. and Israel expansionism is absurd. What is this, revisionist history?
    Mexico didn't threaten the U.S. when the latter went to war and conquered the west. A handful of manipulative infiltrating settlers managed to deprive Mexico of hegemony over Texas and in stages delivered this huge territory to the US. The Louisiana Purchase was, as any historian knows, a steal. And the US embarked on a series of wars of extermination against the "Injuns", including the use of what could now be acknowledged as the illegal indiscriminant use of biological warfare.
    Israel's expansionism, on the other hand, actually began as reductionism, with 75% of the future Jewish State summarily lopped off by the British in contravention of their very own policy. This was followed by two declared attempts of extermination, in 1948 and 1967, not by Jews against Arabs but by Arabs against the Jews. The Jewish State "won" in 1948 by merely managing to survive in part of the land allotted to it, and staved off extermination a second time by defeating the would-be exterminators.
    I don't see the parallel between the two cases.

  4. Hey, B.D. You win the tongue-in-cheek award of the year! The point you make is absolutely excellent and I thank you. Good one!

    One of the problems over here -- as distinguished from US territorial acquisitions --is the meddling of the rest of the world in the process.

    Many years ago Michael Ledeen made an observation that I quote often, and way too often, I neglect to cite him as the source of the wisdom.

    What Ledeen said (more or less, it's been way too long since I read it) was, "Peace occurs after a war when there is a clear winner and a clear loser. It cannot be imposed by a third party."

    That -- the lack of a clear winner and a clear loser -- is a big part of our problems over here.

    The Arabs have been attacking regularly and without ceasing since the 1880's. They never concede. Even when they unequivocally lost -- like in 1948 -- they don't give up.

    Periodically, Israel fights back, but we've never permitted ourselves to be a clear winner. In fact, we mostly never finished any war -- we always quit before we should. either because our own leaders are spineless, or because we're forced to, by the world community.

    So what we have here is no clear winner, no clear loser, and all the while, the rest of the world acts as "third party", constantly trying to force Israel to concede on the theory that concessions by Israel alone would create "peace".

    Not only is that not gonna happen, it's a recipe for a total mess.

    And as you point out, nothing like that occured when the US conquored Mexico and took over the American West. The Mexicans lost. The US won. The spoils of victory went to the winner -- and no one in the rest of the world even thought of trying to change that.

    It's one of the little things that this break with the US might ultimately end up being a good deal for Israel.

    Maybe -- now that we know without question that the US isn't our friend anymore --we'll stop trying to appease them and do what we have to do, to survive.

    Or is that a pipe dream? Could be.

    In any event, thank you for writing. Excellent point.