bunch of lazy drunks and usually have hangovers on Satudays. As to yoyr question on Zionism---here is the answer from the Horses mouth "Zionists were men of their time: Colonialism and imperialism framed the Jewish enterprise in Palestine, giving early rise to the hundred-year conflict with the region?s indigenous Arabs. Hertzl vocalized the attitude when he described a new Jewish homeland in Palestine as ?an outpost of civilization against barbarism.? He and his ideological descendants knew the conflicts be inevitable. ?We must expropriate gently,? he wrote in 1895. ?We shall try to spirit the penniless population across the border by procuring employment for it in the transit countries, while denying it any employment in our country?. Both the process of expropriation and the removal of the poor must be carried out discreetly and circumspectly.? The words would be repeated and reflected, with varying degrees of extremism, throughout the emerging history of what was to become the State of Israel in 1948. ?Zionism,? the Revisionist-Zionist Za?ev Jabotinstky, wrote in 1926, ?is a colonizing venture and, therefore, it stands or falls on the question of armed force.? Anti-Zionism, which took form as Arab, then Palestinian, nationalism, was inevitable.
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