The Genesis of Israeli Violence

In Words and Deeds: The Genesis of Israeli Violence

by TUT editor

ed note–The author’s use of the term ‘Genesis’–despite his apparently not realizing it–in describing the barbaric manner in which Jews treat Palestinians is more than just a little pregnant in its implications, for indeed the roots of this Judaic hatred for the indigenous people in the region goes much further back than simply 1948, 1967, or 1993. This hatred, expressed in the most unmitigated violent manner–as well as the perceived inherent right to rob the non-Israelite of all his possessions, including life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness–got its inception within the pages of that very book the title of which appears in the title of this piece, to wit–

‘On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abraham, saying ‘To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river Euphrates’…–Genesis, 15:18

As well as the eternal hatred which the Israelite maintains towards his ‘half brother’, Ishmael, found in Genesis 16, to wit–

…And Sarah said to Abraham, ‘Get rid of that slave woman and her son, for that woman’s son will never share in the inheritance with my son Isaac…And so early the next morning Abraham took some food and a skin of water and gave them to Hagar. He set them on her shoulders and then sent her off with the boy into the Desert of Beersheba. When the water in the skin was gone, she put the boy under one of the bushes. Then she went off and sat down about a bowshot away, for she thought, ‘I cannot watch the boy die,’ and as she sat there, she began to sob…’

Therefore, no sane person with a GENUINE desire to understand the root of this problem and thus arrive at a logical, productive solution, can have any discussion involving the way that Jews treat the non-Jews of the region (and elsewhere) and at the same time deliberately avoid discussing these vitally important factoids. Everything that has taken place over the course of the last century has been/is/always will be as difficult to forecast and foresee as cold weather in winter and yet it is this central theme–the inveterate and organic Judaic hatred of the non-Israelite as clearly outlined within the pages of the Old Testament/Torah–that is the one thing which virtually all persons involved in this discussion absolutely refuse to discuss, either due to their own particular brand of ‘identity politics’ or else for fear of being branded ‘bigots’.

Yes, the Jews will react to the author’s essay with all their typical theatrics–they are psychologically programmed to do so in accordance with their collective hive mentality, but in the final analysis, they LOVE articles of this type, as it merely addresses the symptoms of the problem without even touching upon its real roots at the molecular, elemental, atomic, and sub-atomic levels.

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