Grand Deceptions: Zionist Intrigue in the 20th and 21st Centuries  

The recent flap over antisemitism by Nick Cannon leaves one to wonder at the idiocy of conventional antisemites. But the problem is finally insoluble and further the legacy of modern zionism is very ugly. The only solution is the secular abandonment of both religions, christian and jewish. The two religions should have been one but ended in a genuine tragedy of mutual collision. Men in antiquity were so alarmed by the judaic/christian tragedy they moved to start over, with Islam as the result.  But that result seems to have compounded the whole tragedy.

It is a wonder that antisemites can’t grasp the real grounds for critique. Although we must fact check such books, the text Grand Deceptions is one of a growing list of books going through the history of these issues. In general the legacy of modern Israel is nauseating and dishonest at many points.
Jews complain of prejudice but what is more prejudicial than covenental judaism which gives jews a special relationship to god, and denies that to all others. Modern Israel has succumbed to that prejudice in an extreme form.
In any case the politics of Palestine and the issue of Israeli apartheid are all too real and they reflect on the traditional judaism and the prejudice it inflicts on non-jews.
The solution to the problem is not Israel but the US where, despite the machinations of notorious lobbies, the secular culture of jews and christians has thrived and shown the ultimate end of the whole tragedy.
As we look back at the tragic outcome and failure of monotheism we can step beyond the core insanities of the whole question and its history.

The reality of the legacy of Israel/Zionism is so grotesque one has to wonder at the oblivious idiocy of conventional antisemites stuck in all the old routines. They make the job of hidden zionist …

Source: Grand Deceptions: Zionist Intrigue in the 20th and 21st Centuries  – 1848+: The End(s) of History

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