Following the kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teenagers on a Jews-only road in the West Bank, the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians in Gaza has heated up. The West Bank is administered by Fatah, an old-style secular, socialist, Arab nationalist party. Gaza is run by the Islamist group Hamas. Hamas transitioned from a minor militant/charitable group to the most popular group following the withdrawal of settlers and the simultaneous targeted killing of the cleric who founded Hamas. Fatah and Hamas were elected by the people of the West Bank and Gaza, respectively.
Hamas violently refused to accept bipartisan rule with the machine politicians of Fatah who left Gaza less developed than their base in the West Bank. Hamas also refused Fatah’s path of appeasement. By building an elaborate system of tunnels for smuggling and violent incursions into Israel, as well as launching imprecise missiles, Hamas has had an enormous effect on the psyche of Southern Israelis. Hamas stashes and fires its weapons in the midst of dense civilian populations. Thus countering Hamas can only result in massive civilian casualties. The Hamas activists in the West Bank were subject to a mass re-arrest (not such a bad thing for Fatah) after being released in the Gilad Shalit exchange at the beginning of this conflict.
As the conflict has worn on, Hamas has proven militarily outmatched by the IDF but managed to disrupt the functioning of Ben Gurion Airport, a major accomplishment. Israel cannot accept a sovereign West Bank, because that would mean leaving this important airport permanently in range of militant missiles.
America Loves Israel
For some time now, US support for Israel has been unwavering in the Congress, slightly qualified in the White House, and very popular among the populace.
As this Gallup Report shows, American support rose after the Attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, but surprisingly continued to slightly rise since American voters cast the Neo-Cons into the political wilderness in 2006. Luckily, a slight majority of Americans would want neutrality in the case of an Israeli attack on Iran. This is perhaps the only extension of anti-Neo-Con sentiment into US-Israel relations.
Zionist efforts to court minority support have paid off, since both Hispanics (most of whom have never cracked open the Old Testament or received the Holocaust Catechism) and Blacks (most of whom take the Old Testament at face value but are likely to empathize with Palestinians) have over 40% favorable views of the Israelis, while sympathy for Palestinians languishes in the low teens.
Hamas and the Martin Luther King Strategy
The sociologist Doug McAdam, an expert in Social Movement Theory, explained in his work, Political Process and the Development of Black Insurgency, 1930-1970 a basic process that is also at work in Gaza. Progress could not be made without Federal intervention; the Federal government was more interested in winning the Cold War than upsetting Southern Democrats; treatment of Blacks endangered Cold War Strategy in the Third World when the international press showed footage. The international press only paid attention when there was violence.
As McAdam pointed out, no one has heard of “The March on Albany” because the sheriff understood this dynamic. He prevented the Klan from being present, and he also kept the police response orderly and with minimal violence. Birmingham was chosen by the Black movement because it had a sheriff, Bull Connor, who was a most vocal supporter of segregation and recently lost an election. The date of the march was moved forward to take place before he left office.
The Sheriff of Albany counseled and strategized with Bull Connor on how to maintain order without succumbing to this political jiu-jitsu. Connor agreed, but after three days crumbled and gave in to his natural urges, thus providing the Black Movement with its political turning point.
The parallels with Hamas in Gaza should be obvious. The question remains, why is Israel acting more like Bull Connor than the sheriff of Albany?
What are the Goals of Each Side of the Conflict?
Hamas’ goal is clearly stated: removal of the Zionist presence in Israel. Their tactical objectives are almost all linked to making normal life impossible for Jews in Israel through violence. Their campaign objective for several years has been to force Israel to end the blockade in exchange for a cessation of missile fire from Gaza. This would allow Hamas to increase its military capabilities and would be popular with the masses of Gaza for easing economic pressure.
Israel has only claimed that they want to destroy tunnels and stop mortar fire. These are very short-term goals, indeed only “objectives.” The pursuit of these objectives that, once achieved, have an expiration date of perhaps 3 years is endangering the security of the Jewish Diaspora and putting wind in the sails of the already growing BDS (Boycott Divestment Sanction) Movement.
Endangering the Diaspora by Design?
In France, the country with the third largest Jewish population in the world, the President has done much to stifle the rights of inhabitants to protest what is happening in Gaza. Obviously there is a threat of violence, and he has proven much less eager to unleash the “Forces of Order” on Arabs and Gypsies than on indigenous Europeans in street protests.
Much has been made of the fact that 62% of French are supportive of this decision, perhaps making it the most popular of Hollande’s presidency. However, this is not because of opposition to the protesters. In fact 71% of French have “neither sympathy for the Israelis, nor for the Palestinians” according to a recent poll.
It is my unscientific estimation that the 62% of French are probably composed in descending order of (1) those who don’t want to be forced by events to give up on the ostrich strategy regarding Arab/Muslim Invasion, (2) Nationalists who don’t want the Arabs in France, let alone breaking shop windows in the street despite the fact it may be better for resolving the problem, (3) Socialist die-hards who are afraid of another embarrassment for Hollande and their melting pot ideology, and finally (4) the very small number of Zionist sympathizers.
Synagogues and Jewish stores have been targeted on the outskirts of sanctioned protests. Jewish youth are flocking to the JDL. There have been reports of baton-wielding protective encirclements of Synagogues by Jewish youth (behind a phalanx of riot police) on days of protest, but I have not seen any photographic evidence. Nonetheless, French Jewish youth are probably more radicalized for Zionism than even during the intifadas.
Israel can only be happy about this, as this will only send more Jews their way, Jews who are nonessential to keeping a grip on the US and commanding heights of the New World Order. Since my predictions made in the end of “Demographics and Jewish Destiny” (and an attack that seems to fit the criteria predicted) Aliyaah rose 70% in 2013 and has risen 4 times (!) in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the same period last year. Aliyah is proportionally 7 times stronger among French Jews compared to American Jews. Furthermore, hundreds of French Jews made their Aliyah during the current conflict with Hamas!
Two States or One?
History has shown that Hamas does not lose popularity when Israel strikes. If anything, such strikes take attention away from Hamas’ failure to deliver in other areas. If Israel wanted to bring peace to the region, rather than reinforcing the strength of Hamas, they would be concerned with the economic development and access to healthcare of the Palestinians, which would push Palestinians through the fertility transition (which began later for them than any comparable group) and ease the demographic tension on Jews.
As this graph demonstrates, the Palestinians are still alongside the Iraqis in having the highest fertility rate among comparable groups. For all their difficulties, Palestinians actually earned more per capita income than pre-civil war Syrians over much of this period. There is no reason why they could not have descended to the Syrian fertility level. Rather, Israel’s approach is to let only a trickle of water flow into Palestinian control, make commerce and crossborder labor nearly impossible, and sow division even when it empowers Islamic fundamentalists.
The One State Solution
It should be quite clear that Israel’s goal is to maintain one state between the Jordan and the Mediterranean indefinitely. A look again at the beginning of the article demonstrates that Zionist Jews control the high ground surrounding the West Bank Palestinians below. Israel must bring in as many Jews as possible each year to maintain demographic balance and, when they are finally granted the cover of a regional war, they will ethnically cleanse at least the West Bank. Europe will be powerless to respond because of the Samson Option. Post-White America will most likely continue to feign even-handedness. Iran may one day have the capabilities to respond, but an attack would result in their destruction. Israel would rather not have to depend on Mutual Assured Destruction with the Iranians, but they will if necessary.
Call to Action
To the young Identitarians reading this, I hope you will make the effort to assist the BDS movement in taking over as many university student councils as possible this fall. Some universities have already signed on to Boycott, Divest, and Sanction, and many are at the tipping point. Changing the opinions of elected officials and media personalities is impossible for obvious reasons. A broad coalition of students following the same playbook as the anti-Apartheid Movement in the ’80s is possible. For those coalitions that just can’t quite make it over the top, an assist from a discreet White supporter who runs on a College Republican or an Athlete’s list and does not come out in favor of BDS until the final vote may make the deciding difference.
We should not make Zionism impossible, but we should make it difficult. The closer they get to using all of their political capital (and capital in general) to safeguard Israel, the more complete the return of the diaspora will be. They were not “Called Out from The Nations by God” but were forced into a diaspora at the point of a sword. Frankly, I cannot blame them for seeing their survival as a people as miraculous, but for the sake of humanity and the survival of our people, I agree with Greg Johnson, they must become “A Nation like any Other.”
 Here is a summary of his book in an hour-long speech. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mT-KWDTwBo Strategy is explained at 28:00; the Albany-Birmingham comparison is at 31:10
 Boycott, Divestment, Sanction: http://www.bdsmovement.net/
 I believe that the first of these False Flag events occurred last March as a way of continuing and exacerbating rising Jewish protest movement against Dieudonné, http://www.jpost.com/Jewish-World/Jewish-News/Assailants-break-Jewish-teachers-nose-in-Paris-draw-swastika-on-chest-346218 .
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