> “They were not citizens seen worthy of receiving correct information. They were subjects, under an arbitrary sovereign.”
This is common to all humans forced to live under centralized State authority, though Zionism adds its own pernicious strain of ugly to the arbitrary.
Zionism is a dying ideology. In the next two or three generations, Zionism will have gone the way of its parent Eugenics. It’s my hope that the death of Zionism will allow to come to light the centuries of brilliant Jewish thought* with regard to the dangers of centralized State authority instead of continued worship of the bastard child of Baal and Moloch in the guise of State identity.
Great article, Phil. Continued prayers for your protection and guidance.
*Franz Oppenheimer, for example:
The State, completely in its genesis, essentially and almost completely during the first stages of its existence, is a social institution, forced by a victorious group of men on a defeated group, with the sole purpose of regulating the dominion of the victorious group over the vanquished, and securing itself against revolt from within and attacks from abroad. Teleologically, this dominion had no other purpose than the economic exploitation of the vanquished by the victors.
No primitive state known to history originated in any other manner. Wherever a reliable tradition reports otherwise, either it concerns the amalgamation of two fully developed primitive states into one body of more complete organisation; or else it is an adaptation to men of the fable of the sheep which made a bear their king in order to be protected against the wolf. But even in this latter case, the form and content of the State became precisely the same as in those states where nothing intervened, and which became immediately “wolf states.”