What the "Existence of the State of Israel" Really Means and Why It Should NOT Exist
by John Spritzler
The "existence of the state of Israel"--something that American liberals such as Robert Reich and Joe Biden, etc., passionately support--means the existence of a state that is guaranteed, by whatever means necessary including violent ethnic cleansing (read about this in detail here), to have--always!--at least an 80% Jewish population.* There is no morally valid reason why such a state should exist. Any violence used to "protect the existence of the state of Israel" is likewise morally unjustified.
Furthermore, advocating for a "two-state solution" (as virtually all U.S. politicians do) is just a way of advocating for making the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, from the 80% of Palestine now called Israel, permanent. The "two state solution" is immoral; read about why here.
The two fundamental reasons that Zionists give in defense of Israel removing most non-Jews from Israel and refusing to let them (the Palestinian refugees) return are:
#1) That God gave the land to the Jews and
#2) That, because non-Jews (Gentiles) are INNATELY anti-Semitic, Jews cannot live safely in the world unless there is a Jewish state with a large majority Jewish population achieved and guaranteed by whatever is necessary, even if it requires (as it does) violent ethnic cleansing of non-Jews.
To see that #1 is false, GO HERE;
To see that #2 is false, GO HERE.
Zionist leaders have nothing but contempt for ordinary Jews and have betrayed them horribly since the days of the Holocaust. To see this GO HERE.
Click here to read "Why Our Government Supports Israel's Government and Why We Shouldn't" (2 page pdf file).
Click here to read about a solution to the Palestine/Israel conflict that is both just AND would be very popular with most ordinary Israeli Jews.
Israeli historian, Ilan Pappe's, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, page 48 of the hardcover edition, provides the following quotation from a speech by David Ben-Gurion (later Israel's first prime minister) given on December 3, 1947 in front of senior members of his Mapai party (the Eretz Israel Workers Party), in which he said (referring to the UN partition resolution): "There are 40% non-Jews in the areas allocated to the Jewish state. This composition is not a solid basis for a Jewish state. And we have to face this new reality with all of its severity and distinctness. Such a demographic balance questions our ability to maintain Jewish sovereignty...Only a state with at least 80% Jews is a viable and stable state."
c. Before Israel declared itself an independent state in 1948 only 38% of its population was Jewish.
d. Zionist militias in 1947-9 violently expelled 75% of the non-Jews (Palestinians) from the 78% of Palestine that is now called Israel.
e. Benny Morris, an acclaimed Israeli historian, in a famous interview with Ha’aretz newspaper, discusses how David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first prime minister, deliberately "transferred" the Arab population out of Israel's new borders:
BM: "Of course. Ben-Gurion was a transferist. He understood that there could be no Jewish state with a large and hostile Arab minority in its midst. There would be no such state. It would not be able to exist."
Ha'aretz: "I don't hear you condemning him."
BM: "Ben-Gurion was right. If he had not done what he did, a state would not have come into being. That has to be clear. It is impossible to evade it. Without the uprooting of the Palestinians, a Jewish state would not have arisen here."