Thursday, June 30, 2016

Palestine as Unification



Palestine should be the Occident's first outside partner in removing invaders from Occidental territories--not because the Palestinians, or Islam, are necessarily moral, but because the realpolitik of saving the Palestinians from genocide could inspire Arab communities worldwide to go home and save their kin and religion from not only Israel, but Saudi Arabia. The toppling of the two most visible heads of parasitism, who've been cooperatively fleecing the rest of the world while charging rent for their rebuilt cathedral and moon rock, respectively, could be accomplished in a crushing mass of righteous Arabs on their home turf.

Even more importantly, the morality of saving Palestine from Israel could be the balm that helps hundreds of millions of Euros finally crack through their conditioning. It's the perfect exploit of the invertedly hypocritical western schooling forced upon them, which taught that there were no races but that brown races were the best, and that there were no sexes but women were the best, that there were no religions but Muslims get special privileges, and that there are no fixed sexual identities but that gay is the best, because Israel is so openly whiter, more patriarchal, punishes Islam and bans gay marriage.

This could, so honestly and genuinely, be the greatest unification the Occident has ever seen. If you're seeking social justice, Israel and Saudi Arabia are the worst places on Earth. Similarly, if you're seeking nationalism, Israel and Saudi Arabia are also the worst places on Earth. From a nationalist perspective, Israel's nationalism is an abominable parasitic falsity based upon a deracinated sub-blend of partially Khazarian, partially Mongoloid rapespawn, and its aping of the routines of a nation via a wall and DNA tests is not merely laughable, but conjoined to the reason it cannot exist without constant subsidization from every other race from which it stole the pieces of its zombie self. And from a post-racial SJW perspective, Israel is a homophobic patriarchal hell where Jim Crow laws are exceeded in every degree, and nearly all non-disabled citizens have served proudly in KKK darky-lynching squads. Israel is even heavily into GMOs, destroys local farms and co-ops, and has many other facets that should make it the number one enemy of SJWs (aside from the endless piles of dead people of color), as well as of proud racists and traditionalists (who are aware that Israel's agents have been working to destroy and/or replace all northeast Asian & western European communities since before 1948, but at least since 1965).

This is the pivotal issue that can unite the rest of the decent world. For those who see, it should be a given, but even for those who do not see, the necessary flaw in their educational curricula--their need to portray segregation and lynching as ultimately evil--mandates busing Palestinian children into Jewish schools at gunpoint, integrating the armed forces, permitting interfaith gay marriage, welfaring Palestinians into having more kids, and setting up a century or two of affirmative action that excludes high-scoring Jews from Israeli universities and Israeli jobs in favor of underprivileged Palestinian scholars.

For the nationalist, this is not only a practical tactic, but a moral one. Absent the work of (((Moses))) and (((ISIS))) and the (((House of Saud))) and the (((CIA))), Muhammad and the Qur'an would have never occurred, and the great drive to crush the Occident never have happened. It's certainly possible that, in a non-echoing alternate history of the world, there would have been a lot of tension between Europeoids and the blended Semitics of fallen Egypt and Byzantine, but absent the influence of the Torah and Qur'an, it's highly unlikely it would have been anything like this. The explosion of violence against Europe that happened after yet another Semitic rewrite of the Torah could have been entirely eliminated in favor of a bunch of bedouin raiding intertribally rather than unifying under a Chosen icon. The adherents of that new religion, like their predecessors the pagan-slaughterers (who were also sent into Europe by the fiscally Chosen at Nicaea, breaking up local communities and replacing them with so many inbred kings, who had plenty of internationalist financial advisers in tow), are certainly to blame for what they've done then and since. The practical nationalist can also recognize that Islam, absent Chosen-mandated support from the Occident, would probably collapse, for Islam has never been tested in an environment where it wasn't being constantly enriched by Jewish support. The last several American presidents well exemplify this trend, with Reagan and Bush arming & funding the mujahideen to fight the Soviets--a brazenly obvious setup for post-Cold-War profit, just as Reagan & Bush's work in South America spurred the immigration that Clinton would turn into NAFTA to invade California et. al.--and Clinton arming & funding the nascent Taliban, and Bush II arming & funding al Qaeda in order to fight al Qaeda, and Obama arming & funding ISIS to overthrow Syria, et cetera. We can follow this trend into the distant past, to the great Jewish Ottoman viziers financing rape-raids deep into Europe, to Muhammad's mysterious ability to network across large distances and turn a small Jewish-based creed into Islam. Perhaps someday Islam will have to be removed, but it's highly probable that, absent the support of its wealthy and well-armed patrons, it would either become as watered-down as the Pope kissing Muslims' feet, or simply turn to so much infighting that it never bothers anyone else again.

In either future case--removal or drifting away--the instant issue of Palestine, and its potential for use as a unifying issue between Occidentals who've seen past their mandatory education and Occidentals who haven't, should be recognized.

4 comments:

  1. Hah hah hah

    the two most visible heads of parasitism, who've been cooperatively fleecing the rest of the world while charging rent for their rebuilt cathedral and moon rock, respectively

    especially "moon rock."

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  2. This is the pivotal issue that can unite the rest of the decent world. For those who see, it should be a given, but even for those who do not see, the necessary flaw in their educational curricula--their need to portray segregation and lynching as ultimately evil--mandates busing Palestinian children into Jewish schools at gunpoint, integrating the armed forces, permitting interfaith gay marriage, welfaring Palestinians into having more kids, and setting up a century or two of affirmative action that excludes high-scoring Jews from Israeli universities and Israeli jobs in favor of underprivileged Palestinian scholars.

    We heard about Brexit.

    This is Fixit.

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  3. siiiigh, it's not working though, the partial genuinity of the anti-Muslim thing, just like the partial genuinity of the anti-female thing, is remaining a successful distraction. Hate to have to lose another planet.

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    1. It's almost like any distraction will be a successful one. Maybe that's the result of offshoring jobs, convincing Americans that everything is about data and infotech, and persuading Americans that they should not want to build or make anything but houses and droid/iphone apps, and so nobody should want to actually fabricate anything durable domestically.

      "Lost my job of 20 years as a machinist and welder, now can't even get hired at Cracker Barrel in a janitor spot. Guess I should be thankful, Bernie Sanders says he's all for the little guy, and I'm a little guy, and Bernie's endorsing Hillary, and it's her turn, so crack open another can of Lite because PBS is doing an all-weekend TED lecture marathon. Those TED lectures make me feel good about losing my job, they explain how it's progressing America and making unfortunate people in other nations happy since my machinist/welder job is being done by people who didn't used to have a job or indoor plumbing. I'm helping them by sacrificing my own income, and thanks to TED lectures, I'm okay with that."

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