- Dec 16, 2018
Herzl was never a Zionist in the sense that you are- "the bride is beautiful indeed but she is taken". He resigned from the World Zionist Congress after the refusal of empty land in Africa (which is when Zionism took it's genocidal turn). Herzl believed everything that anti-Semites more or less said about Jews, or at least the intelligent ones, and he blamed this on Jews having cultural pathologies from living in diaspora and if they could only have their own nation things would be fine and the Jews could prove they are "good Europeans". His Zionism which is radically different from yours was an actual reaction to real anti-Semitism- not Jeremy Corbyn or Rashers want to put us in ovens hysterics but the real thing. He also though blamed Jews themselves for this sometimes very justly and sometimes very unjustly, but he put their behavior down to living in an Exilic condition. There never was an Exile by the Romans though- or by the Arabs. Eretz Israel remained genetically more or less the same since the time of Christ to the start of Zionist colonization.Recalling that Herzl's key insight was that antisemitism could not be defeated or cured, only avoided. Or put another way, there will always be pond-life like you, Rasherhash, there's not much that can be done about that. - But Israel, the Jewish homeland ultimately circumvents you, and people like you, with ideas like you, and with sentiment like yours, thus arises the need to always unapologetically defend it with unapologetic resourcefulness.
The Zionist entity is pretty much a serious block to Jews living normally with non-Jews- both in Eretz Israel and increasingly outside. This is not because of rising "anti-Semitism", it is because increasingly the horrific nightmare of what the indigenous population have suffered, are suffering and going to suffer if Zionism as an ideology is not extinguished is coming out drip by slow drip by slow drip- even in the United States.