Tuesday, November 17, 2009

For sale: rare letter by Albert Einstein condemning Judaic terrorism

EDITOR'S NOTE: Occasionally World War II revisionism manages to gain a spectacular new execution gas chamber skeptic from among the professional class. For this writer Fred Leuchter is one of the most distinguished and competent of these "recruits," and lately we have been impressed by economist Daniel McGowan.

For many years McGowan was a tenured professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in upstate New York and the leader of a group deeply concerned about the welfare and fate of Palestinians under Israeli occupation. He helped to found one of the most effective pro-Palestinian organizations, Deir Yassin Remembered, which commemorates the Israeli mass murder in a village that has since been razed and erased from memory. Deir Yassin was situated within sight of the future Yad Vashem "Holocaust" museum but the "Never Again" museum has no memory of the destroyed village or its murdered Palestinian inhabitants.

Moreover, Elie Wiesel, the "Holocaust" conscience of the cosmos, worked for Irgun, the terrorist group that helped to perpetrate the mass murder. By pursuing the hypocrisy of Yad Vashem and the refusal of Wiesel to offer apology for or buttress the memory of Deir Yassin, Prof. McGowan gradually became aware of WWII revisionism and the plight of Germany's prisoner of conscience, Ernst Zundel.

From there, Prof. McGowan invested the energy and intelligence which has marked his Palestinian outreach, in the campaign for Zundel and the individual American right of skepticism toward homicidal gas chambers in Auschwitz, free of intimidation, career termination and blacklisting in the U.S., and imprisonment in Europe.

McGowan, now retired from his teaching post, most recently published his gas chamber skepticism in the local newspaper in the town where he formerly taught and still resides with his family; suffering a gauntlet of community derision and hatred as a result. Yet he values the truth more. This is rare courage. Revisionism is indeed fortunate to have in its ranks a defiant academic with impeccable credentials and so much to lose in terms of friends and prestige, who has forged ahead on behalf of the right to utter "heresy" and doubt the tender tenets of Holocaustolatry. He could have enjoyed a comfortable retirement. Instead he is now a target of a fanatical inquisition by haters who disguise their venom under the rubric of "tolerance."

Some time ago Prof. McGowan acquired a valuable original letter written and signed by Albert Einstein, critical of Judaic terrorists. He is now offering this historic letter for sale. The details follow.

For Information contact:

Auction on Ebay -- Rare Einstein Letter -- the day after the Deir Yassin massacre
(Auction ends Nov. 20)

Go to Ebay here:
Einstein condemns the Lohamei Herut Yisrael (Fighters for the Freedom of Israel).


"When a real and final catastrophe should befall us in Palestine the first responsible for it would be the British and the second responsible for it the Terrorist organizations build [sic] up from our own ranks. I am not willing to see anybody associated with those misled and criminal people."

Kindly let others know of this auction, part of the proceeds of which will go for the support of Deir Yassin Remembered (DYR) Scholarships.

Deir Yassin Remembered was founded in 1995 at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. DYR works toward building a truth and reconciliation center at Deir Yassin. We ask that you open your hearts and wallets and make a donation to Deir Yassin Remembered, a charitable and educational not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Deir Yassin Remembered c/o Daniel McGowan
Scandling Center
Geneva, New York 14456

Source: On The Contrary
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The “Can of Zionist Worms” has been partially opened, the Giant Ant Mound has been kicked by Channel 4’s airing of an investigation into the Zionist Control of Britain’s politicians and media. And, the ants are angry, they are, you guessed it, once again “invoking the Anti-Semitic Protection Shield." However, over use of the “Protection Shield” has now rendered it less powerful and failing, and fail it does completely in the recent piece of garbage written in the Jewish Community Online rag.

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CHUTZPAH is not a strong enough word to describe the situation reported below. Imagine your home taken away from you illegally, the lands around your home as well. Imagine being forced into a filthy refugee camp where you have been staying for over sixty one years.

Now imagine settlements built on YOUR property to house those that stole YOUR land. Now imagine one of those illegal settlers, who just happens to be Israel’s Foreign Minister, saying the following……

Lieberman: Settlements an excuse for Arabs to complain

Israel’s settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem are just a pretext for the Arab world to complain, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman insisted on Friday.The official is himself a West Bank settler.

“In terms of facts, our settlements are just a pretext for the Arab world to complain,” Lieberman told the Russian-language REKA radio. “As we all remember, settlements have not prevented us from signing a peace agreement with Egypt.”

He added, “I’d also like to call to mind that we have evacuated tens of settlements in the Gaza Strip. And what do we have now? Hamas in Gaza and Kassams in Sderot.”

Lieberman also said European opposition to the settlements was “a sort of political slogan… there were no Jewish settlements before 1967, but terror, conflicts, and tension never ceased to exist between 1948 and 1967. Furthermore, the Arab world was in control of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip for 19 years, but then, nobody tried to create the Palestinian state.”

The foreign minister lives in the illegal West Bank settlement of Nokdim, near Bethlehem.

Image ‘Copyleft’ by Carlos Latuff

Source: Desert peace

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Commentary by Chippy Dee, Photos © by Bud Korotzer

The Brooklyn Law School Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, Brooklyn for Peace, and Students for Public Interest sponsored a program at the Brooklyn Law School entitled, U.S. Military Aid to Israel…is it legal? Moral? Political? In 2007 the U.S. agreed to increase military aid to Israel to $30 billion over the next 10 years. Is this a worthwhile use of taxpayer dollars? The speaker was Josh Ruebner, the National Advocacy Director of the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, a national coalition of more than 300 organizations working to change U.S. policy toward Israel/Palestine to support human rights, international law, and equality. He is a former Analyst in Middle East Affairs at Congressional Research Service, a federal government agency providing Members of Congress with policy research and analysis. He holds a graduate degree in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

During the 2008-2009 massacre in Gaza the U.S. was supplying weapons to Israel. Amnesty International refers to these arms transfers as “fueling the conflict”. In the period 1949 to 2007, $101 billion of U.S. aid went to Israel. In 1999 the U.S. and Israel created a Memorandum of Understanding phasing out economic aid over the next 10 years and increasing military aid. The military aid grew to $2.5 billion a year. For the period 2009 to 2018 it was being increased by 25%. In 2010 Israel will get $2.775 billion from American taxpayers.

In the Bush years military “sales” to Israel amounted to over $31 billion – $25,203,000,000 in foreign military sales, over $6 billion in direct sales by the State Department, and 36,048,510 in excess defense sales – most of the excess sales money going to the Israeli air force and navy.

This has had a huge impact on Palestinian civilians. In very recent years 2,086 civilians have been killed, including 723 children. Most have been killed by gunfire (low technology) and helicopters with missiles. Last winter, in Gaza, “Operation Cast Lead” alone killed 1,387 civilians, injured 5,500 civilians, and destroyed 4,000 homes. Israel still has not allowed any reconstruction there so residents are facing another winter in tents or in the bombed out shells of their former homes. U.S. weapons were used: F16, Apache, and Cobra helicopters gunships, almost 200 million gallons of JP-8 aviation fuel, naval combat ships worth $1.9 billion, missiles worth $1.3 billion, small bombs worth $77 million, and ground invasion vehicles worth $450 million. Some weapons contained depleted uranium which causes cancer and birth defects. White phosphorus, illegal if it targets humans because it produces horrific burns that cannot be arrested, was also transferred to Israel from the U.S. The containers of white phosphorus that burned children and adults in Gaza had markings, “Made in Pine Bluff, Arkansas”. After Obama took office, 300 containers of White Phosphorus were delivered to Israel in March, 2009.

For 2010 the requested $2,775 billion in military aid to Israel is being increased. The Goldstone Report was condemned by U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, calling it “unbalanced, one sided, and basically unacceptable.” Goldstone accused Israel of using disproportionate force, of committing human rights violations, war crimes, and collective punishment in Gaza. The report states that Israel’s weapons are very sophisticated, so there could not have been so many civilian deaths if civilians were not deliberately targeted. The House of Representatives passed HR867 condemning the Goldstone Report. Goldstone offered to speak to the House and answer any of their questions but they would not allow him to do so.

There are laws that govern arms transfers. The Arms Export Control Act states that transfers are limited to “internal security” and “legitimate self-defense”. Israel uses the weapons outside the borders of the state – they are used in the Palestinian territories, the West Bank and Gaza. Human rights violations, war crimes, and violating international law cannot be considered self-defense. The Foreign Assistance Act states that there should be no military assistance to any country violating human rights. The “Leahy Law” (not an actual law) states that there should be no military aid given to any country where there is documented human rights abuses by a military unit of that country. There is such documentation in Israel. None of these laws are enforced regarding Israel.

Mr. Ruebner had several policy recommendations. The supporting of the Israeli “self defense” rationale has made the U.S. complicit in Israel’s crimes against the Palestinian people. Israel violates all the laws concerning the export of weapons. Ruebner asked, what is accomplished besides death and destruction? It certainly hasn’t brought peace. The blockade of Gaza is collective punishment against a population that is going without food, fuel, medicine, housing, and building supplies. In the conflict between the Obama Administration and Netanyahu regarding further colonization of the West Bank, Israel is winning. ISRAEL SHOULD BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR IT’S VIOLATIONS OF THE ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT AND SENDING ANY FURTHER ARMS SHOULD BE MADE CONTINGENT UPON THEM FOLLOWING THE LAWS. The Obama Administration, Congress, and the State Department are not doing any investigations into Israel’s violations. Congress must condition future military aid to protect innocent Palestinians from being killed by American weapons. And the weapons should not be used in the occupied territories. Both the U.S. and Israel should acknowledge that international law does not recognize the right of preemptive war. It cannot be used as an argument for self defense.

Josh Ruebner gave a well thought out and comprehensive analysis of what U.S. military aid to Israel entails and what is being done with that aid. It appears that the American people are getting only death and misery for their money, along with the ire of most of the people in the world. $31 billion would also buy us schools, hospitals, and homes for the homeless. Yet despite the ugly consequences, administration after administration, fully aware of the illegality and immorality of Israel’s actions, continues the policy. WHY? Mr. Ruebner did not address that question. But until we understand all the ‘whys’ we will not be effective in changing this policy that we are being forced to be complicit in.

Source: Desert Peace

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Here’s a good one….. lunatic rabbis encourage murder and genocide….. and the Israeli Ministry of Education funds them….

How’s that for a new twist? …… and that money comes from the US taxpayer….

‘Food for thought’……

For example, government ministries regularly transfer support and funding to a yeshiva whose rabbi determined that it is permissible to kill gentile babies “because their presence assists murder, and there is reason to harm children if it is clear that they will grow up to harm us … it is permissible to harm the children of a leader in order to stop him from acting evilly … we have seen in the Halakha that even babies of gentiles who do not violate the seven Noahide laws, there is cause to kill them because of the future threat that will be caused if they are raised to be wicked people like their parents.” Lior Yavne, who oversees research at the Yesh Din human rights organization, checked and found that in 2006-2007, the Ministry of Education department of Torah institutions transferred over a million shekels to the Od Yosef Hai yeshiva in Yitzhar.

The Ministry of Social Affairs has allocated over 150,000 shekels to the yeshiva since 2007, scholarships for students with financial difficulties studying there. And what can they learn with the help of public funding from the head of the yeshiva, Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira? According to selected items published last week in the media, the boys can learn that Teitel is not only innocent, but also a real saint.

Tha above is taken from THIS report.
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