How the US was used to create Israel
by Alison Weir
This marvelous little book came my way via a major Detroit-area 9/11 truth activist, Dick Kennedy, who has also kept me up to speed on other serious research by reputable, established journalists and writers on Israel’s role in the global pathocracy. [Specifically, Dick referred me to the courageous book Solving 9/11: The deception that changed the world, by Christopher Bollyn.] From Bollyn and several other sources, no doubt exists whatsoever that top Israeli military and intelligence officials participated in the early planning, detailed preparations, and execution of the 9/11 attacks—including the coverup. Benjamin Netanyahu, current premier of Israel, even said it was a good thing for Israel that the 911 attacks occurred. (!)
Bollyn and now Ms. Weir provide abundant ammunition to show why good ol’ Ben would say such a thing: Israel does benefit from such acts of terrorism because the Zionist Israeli state—like its apparent US subordinate today—is a terrorist syndicate, and has been from the gitgo. It goes back to the beginnings of Zionism in the latter half of the 19th century, which had a central goal of establishing a Jewish state somewhere in the world. Led by a European journalist named Theodor Herzl, the movement coalesced in the First Zionist Congress, in Basel, Switzerland in 1897, and the World Zionist Organization.
Several other locations for the geographic artifice were considered—Argentina, Uganda, Cyprus, even Galveston Island in Texas—but the WZO eventually decided on Palestine… “even though Palestine was already inhabited by a population that was 93-96% non-Jewish.” It was recognized by early Zionists that the United States would be a critical enabler of their objectives. At the advent of the 20th century the large majority of Jewish Americans were not Zionists, and many vigorously opposed Zionism for, among other reasons, being “a foreign, un-American, racist, and separatist phenomenon.” Continue reading