Monday, June 5, 2017

This Day In History: 50 Years Ago Today, Israel Launched Its "Six Day War" Of Conquest - A War Started With A LIE!

Yes, the entire world is still reeling from the reports coming out from the Jew spew media about the latest "terrorist" attacks in the United Kingdom.... There are so many unanswered questions about both the latest "London Bridge attack" as well as the fraud last month in Manchester.... And strangely very little attention today has been spent by these criminals about the anniversary of a true day in infamy, when 50 years ago today the criminal state of Israel launched its war of conquest against its Arabic neighbors in what is called the "Six Day War"....

Many so called "historians" and even the liars that print our so called "history books" continue to promote the lie that the "Six Day War" as a war of "self defense" by the criminal state of Israel, and as a true student of real history, I once again want to bring forward a report that shows the real truth about this war in 1967... Therefore, I want to present the following report, from The Intercept online news service, at www.theintercept.com, that shows that the Jewish criminals have indeed been lying their asses off to the entire world about the "Six Day War".... This article is entitled: "A 50-Year Occupation: Israel's Six Day War Started With A Lie", and I have it here in its entirety for everyone to read for themselves... I have of course my own thoughts and comments to follow:




A 50-Year Occupation: Israel’s Six Day War Started With a Lie

FIFTY YEARS AGO, between June 5 and June 10, 1967, Israel invaded and occupied East Jerusalem, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and the Golan Heights. The Six Day War, as it would later be dubbed, saw the Jewish David inflict a humiliating defeat on the Arab Goliath, personified perhaps by Gamal Abdel Nasser’s Egypt.
“The existence of the Israeli state hung by a thread,” the country’s prime minister, Levi Eshkol, claimed two days after the war was over, “but the hopes of the Arab leaders to annihilate Israel were dashed.” Genocide, went the argument, had been prevented; another Holocaust of the Jews averted.
There is, however, a problem with this argument: it is complete fiction, a self-serving fantasy constructed after the event to justify a war of aggression and conquest. Don’t take my word for it: “The thesis according to which the danger of genocide hung over us in June 1967, and according to which Israel was fighting for her very physical survival, was nothing but a bluff which was born and bred after the war,” declared General Matituahu Peled, Chief of Logistical Command during the war and one of 12 members of Israel’s General Staff, in March 1972.
A year earlier, Mordechai Bentov, a member of the wartime government and one of 37 people to sign Israel’s Declaration of Independence, had made a similar admission. “This whole story about the threat of extermination was totally contrived, and then elaborated upon, a posteriori, to justify the annexation of new Arab territories,” he said in April 1971.
Even Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin, former terrorist and darling of the Israeli far right, conceded in a speech in August 1982 that “in June 1967 we had a choice. The Egyptian army concentrations in the Sinai approaches did not prove that Nasser was really about to attack us, We must be honest with ourselves. We decided to attack him.”
The reverberations of that attack are still being felt in the Middle East today. Few modern conflicts have had as deep and long-lasting an impact as the Six Day War. As U.S. academic and activist Thomas Reifer has observed, it sounded the “death knell of pan-Arab nationalism, the rise of political Islam…a more independent Palestinian nationalism” and “Israel’s emergence as a U.S. strategic asset, with the United States sending billions of dollars… in a strategic partnership unequalled in world history.”
Above all else, the war, welcomed by the London Daily Telegraph in 1967 as “the triumph of the civilized,” forced another 300,000 Palestinians from their homes and ushered in a brutal military occupation for the million-odd Palestinians left behind.
The conflict itself may have lasted only six days but the occupation that followed is now entering its sixth decade — the longest military occupation in the world. Apologists for Israel often deny that it is an occupation and say the Occupied Territories are merely “disputed,” a disingenuous claim belied by Israel’s own Supreme Court which ruled in 2005 that the West Bank is “held by the State of Israel in belligerent occupation.”
Fifty long years of occupation; of dispossession and ethnic cleansing; of house demolitions and night curfews; of checkpointswalls and permits.
Fifty years of racial discrimination and ethnic prejudice; of a “separate but unequal” two-tier justice system for Palestinians and Israelis; of military courts and “administrative detention”.
Fifty years of humiliation and subjugation; of pregnant Palestinian womengiving birth at checkpoints; of Palestinian cancer patients denied access to radiation therapy; of Palestinian footballers prevented from reaching their matches.
Fifty years of pointless negotiations and failed peace plans: AllonRogers,FahdFezReaganMadridOsloWye RiverCamp DavidTabaRed Sea,Annapolis. What did they deliver for the occupied Palestinians? Aside from settlements, settlements and more settlements? Consider: in 1992, a year before the Oslo peace process began, West Bank settlements covered 77 kilometers and housed 248,000 Israeli settlers. By 2016, those settlements covered 197 kilometers and the number of settlers living in them had more than tripled to 763,000.
These settlements have rendered the much-discussed “two-state solution” almost impossible. The occupied West Bank has been carved up into a series of bantustans, cut off from each other and the wider world. The settlers are not going anywhere, anytime soon. They are Israel’s “facts on the ground.” To ignore them is to ignore perhaps the biggest obstacle to ending the occupation. “It’s like you and I are negotiating over a piece of pizza,” the Palestinian-American lawyer and former adviser to the PLO, Michael Tarazi, explained in 2004. “How much of the pizza do I get? And how much do you get? And while we are negotiating it, you are eating it.”
Gen. Moshe Dayan talks to newsmen in Tel Aviv as he holds his first press conference, June 3, 1967, after taking the post of Minister of Defense.  (AP Photo)
Gen. Moshe Dayan talks to reporters in Tel Aviv during his first news conference, June 3, 1967, after taking the post of Minister of Defense.
 
Photo: AP
It wasn’t just the 1967 war that was launched on a lie; so too was the occupation that began after it. It was never supposed to be temporary, nor were the Palestinians ever supposed to get their land back. If Israel had planned to withdraw from the Occupied Territories, as some of its supporters suggest, then why was the first settlement in the West Bank, Kfar Etzion, established less than four months after the Six Day War, in defiance of “top secret” advice from the Israeli Foreign Ministry’s legal adviser that “civilian settlement” in the Territories would contravene “the explicit provisions of the Fourth Geneva Convention”? Why has it revoked the residency rights of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from Gaza and the West Bank over the past 50 years? Why has the Jewish state spent the past five decades exploiting the charade of a “peace process” to gobble up more Palestinian land and build more illegal settlements? The truth is that the Jewish state, from the very beginning, “used negotiations as a smokescreen to advance its colonial project,” to borrow a line from imprisoned Palestinian activist Marwan Barghouti. Fifty years on, it is time for both the Palestinian leadership and the international community to stop pretending otherwise.
The legendary Israeli general and Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, who was one of the architects of Israel’s victory in 1967 and was adamant that the country should hold onto the territories it had seized, best summed up the cynical attitude of Israeli governments of both right and left over the past five decades. “The only peace negotiations,” pronounced Dayan, when asked about the possibility of a peace deal with the Palestinians in November 1970, “are those where we settle the land and we build, and we settle, and from time to time we go to war.”
Top photo: Israeli soldiers search Jordanian prisoners during mopping up operations in the old city of Jerusalem on June 8, 1967, as the city came under Jewish control during the Six Day War.


NTS Notes: I have known for decades now that the entire "Six Day War" was indeed a war of conquest by these psychos, as part of their sick and twisted dream of their "Greater Israel" project...

Many people simply do not get it that these psychos do believe that all of the lands from the Nile to the Euphrates Rivers is theirs as given to them by their "god" Satan.... And most still do not understand that even to this day, these monsters have never ever declared the borders of their state, as they only want to expand their criminal and illegal colony in Palestine at the expense of their Arabic neighbors...

It is a tragedy that now 50 years into this illegal occupation of land that rightfully belongs to the Palestinians that they continue to suffer from the brutal occupation of these Jewish pricks... It is indeed the LONGEST military occupation of territory in the modern era.....

Let us no longer be fooled by the lies promoted by the Jew spew media or the psychos in Israel.. They have never ever been under any threat of "annihilation" by their Arabic neighbors as they claim... They have used that falsehood as one of their excuses to wage wars of conquest on innocent people, and it is high time that the world wakes up to that as the true reality....

More to come

NTS


1 comment:

RANDALL HILBURN said...

My father tried to warn me about Jewish perfidy but I had to learn about it myself the hard way. Now I know!

I have observed that there is a certain consistency to their behavior, regardless of which level you are talking about. A Goy is a Goy; it is all the same to them. A Goy only exists to serve the Jew. Nothing in my experience tells me that they can be trusted.

In my opinion they are the most arrogant, greedy, deceitful, unforgiving, and brutal people that have ever existed on this planet. Even the Russian rape of Germany at the end of WW2 was, let us never forget, was actually instigated by Jews. Therefore they bare the greater share of the guilt.