Israeli Myths (Part I)
The state of Israel was founded on pagan satanic religious mythology. Its history is spun by threads of faked myths. The Israeli social fabric is woven by feign socio-religious mythography. Although myths are simply lies, yet many people tend to believe them as facts and build castles around them. Fortunately truth shines and myths disappear. Part one of this article discusses only the Israeli mother lode myth. Part two will discuss only some main Israeli myths for discussing all myths require volumes.
The myth of God’s Chosen People in God’s Promised Land: this is the mother lode of all Israeli myths, and since it gives birth to all the Israeli myths it will be discussed in some length. The myth states that Judaic god had elevated the Jews and chose them over the rest of his creation to be his chosen race while the rest of nations are designated to be their slaves. This divine racist ideology is thousands times more dangerous and worse than the social racist Nazi ideology of the Master Aryan Race, for discussing and refuting social ideology is permissible, but discussing religious ideology is considered blasphemy.
Unlike all other religions, Judaism is based on a relationship between a racist god and a specific group of people through a divine everlasting contract; a covenant, singed by circumcision. This covenant is based on racist blood discrimination; for to be a member of this group; a Jew, one has to be born through a Jewish mother, whose blood is transferred to the new-born.
This divine racism discriminates even between two brothers of the same mother; elevating one and his descendents over the other brother and his descendants. This discrimination went down Abrahams descendents favoring one brother over the other; Isaac over Ishmael, Jacob over Esau, Joseph over his eleven brothers, and so on. This racist covenant is based on Judaic god’s promise to Abraham in Genesis 17:7 “And I will establish my covenant between me and you and your descendants after you in their generations, for an everlasting covenant, to be god to you and your descendants after you. 8- Also I give to you and your descendants after you the land in which you are a stranger, all the land of Canaan, as an everlasting possession.” Also in Leviticus 20:26 “And you shall be holy to me, for I the Lord am holy, and have separated you from the peoples, that you should be Mine”
This is a satanic covenant for it separates and elevates the Jews over the rest of humanity. It creates an “us verses them” mindset in the Jewish collective psyche whereby they perceive themselves as a distinct holy nation (holy seed) that should be contaminated by other nations, and view the rest of humanity with condescending distrust. This superiority complex is manifested clearly in almost all Judaic literature and rabbinical edicts. Rabbi Kook the Elder, a very influential and revered Jewish leader, expressed this superiority complex by stating “The difference between a Jewish soul and the souls of non-Jews is greater and deeper than the difference between a human soul and the souls of cattle.” This superiority complex is also based on the many racist biblical verses in the Talmud such as in Deuteronomy 28:1, 10 & 15:6; “You shall rule over many nations, but they shall not rule over you.”
Segregation and elitism have always been core issues of the superiority complex for the Jews (the chosen people). Such attitude can prominently be seen in an article entitled “We’re Right, the Whole World’s Wrong” published in 2002 in the “Forward”, the prominent Jewish community weekly. The article was written by one Rabbi Dove Fischer, a prominent attorney and a member of the Jewish Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles, and the national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America.
The myth of the chosen people is such a powerful motivation, like an instinct, in the psyche of Jews that drives their loyalty not to the country of their citizenship, but only to the racist elitist Jewish collective, and lately to the illegal terrorist state of Israel. This is easily witnessed in Jewish, especially Zionist, organizations such as AIPAC, B’nai B’rith, World Zionist Organization and many others.
One good example of this skewed loyalty is Elliott Abrams, a Jewish American, who was President George Bush’s senior advisor for “global democratic strategy”, and in 2006 was a key advisor on Middle East affairs to the US Secretary of State. Abrams expressed this drive eloquently in his book “Faith or Fear: How Jews Can Survive in Christian America” where he wrote:
“Outside the land of Israel, there can be no doubt that Jews, faithful to the covenant between God and Abraham, are to stand apart from the nations in which they live. It is the very nature of being Jewish to be apart -except in Israel – from the rest of the population … Judaism and the Jewish way of life is not entirely voluntary, for the Jew is born into a covenantal community with obligations to God … Jews are in permanent covenant with God and with the land of Israel and its people. Their commitment will not weaken if the Israeli government pursues unpopular policies …” including war crimes, violations of human rights and genocides.
Since god’s chosen people are to be segregated and separated from the rest of the lower nations, designating a land (Promised Land) for them comes as a natural corollary. Palestine and parts of the Middle East are considered by the Jews as their promised land promised by their god to Abraham and his descendants (Old Testaments: Genesis 13:14-15, 15:18-21, 17:8, and Exodus 3:16-17). This promising god, though, confesses that the land does not belong to Abraham and his descendents for he was a stranger in the land of Canaan where the Kenites, the Kenezzites, the Kadmonites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Rephaim, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Girgashites and the Jebusites (the indigenous people and the forefathers of modern Palestinians) lived for thousands of years. The Old Testament, itself, mentions many times and in several chapters that modern day Palestine was the land of Canaan and that the Jews were strangers in the land. Thus Israel’s claim over Palestine stemming from their own racist god’s promise is annulled by their own religious text; the Talmud, itself.
Part two of the article will discuss other main Israeli myths such as Jews are one race, persecution of Jews, the Holocaust, and Zionism among others.