#22 invented vs first used publicly - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • hala
    • 13.09.05 | 01:45 (IDT)

    If you read the message, it clearly states that the "p" word, which existed long before it finally went public, got past the censors into print in widely circulated media of the United States, not that it was "invented" at that time. If you recall, Jimmy Carter reaped hell's wrath when he first spoke of the rights of the Palestinians. It was too late then, just as the Zionists had feared. Verba volant. It had been spoken and written only among the Palestinians and their allies. The words "Palestine" and "Palestinian," as I have posted many times before, is to be found in Mark Twain's "Innocents Abroad," where he constantly refers to the area as Palestine. In 1923, Vladimir Jabotinsky wrote "O Zheleznoy Stene," translated into English as "On the Iron Wall," or just simply "The Iron Wall." This brilliant writer, poet and visionary, born in Odessa, created revisionist Zionism and bluntly spelled out the nature of the struggle: the Palestinian Arabs would not give up their "birthright," they are a "nation" and love their native soil as much as did the Aztecs and the Plains Indians. The only solution would be to create an "iron wall" with bayonets. He is also the spiritual father of the Likud. Although many do not agree with his projects for dealing with the Palestinian Arabs, he should be given credit for his honesty and his acknowledgement of them, and especially that they are not some ignorant beasts, as so many other Zionists characterize them back then and today. For some reason, no one has acknowledged this information. I believe that this indicates that the denial is so ingrained that the tactic of totally ignoring such a fact is the only way to keep up one's delusions. Again, the poster has twisted and misread a post for purposes of the sad, tired, untenable and shabby racist agenda. Who among you will cast the first stone at me? My shield of enlightenment will protect me and the Lord of Luminosity will shelter me from my enemies.

    from the article: Addicted to the poison of occupation
    First published 00:00 12.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 12.09.05
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