Monday, May 22, 2023

  • Monday, May 22, 2023
  • Elder of Ziyon

Jewish Voice for Peace writes on their Facebook page:

“The Zionist argument to justify Israel’s present occupation of Palestine has no intelligent or legal basis in history.” - Malcom X [sic]
This weekend, we are happy to celebrate prolific civil rights leader and Anti-Zionist, Malcom X [sic], on what would have been his 98th birthday. His last visit to Palestine in 1964 further highlighted the parallels between the plights of Black Americans and Palestinians, inspiring him to write an impassioned letter to the Egyptian Gazette entitled On Zionist Logic. In it, he declared his staunch support for the Palestinian struggle, equating Zionism with colonialism and urging African leaders to rally in support of Palestinians’ quest for freedom.
The Malcolm X article On Zionist Logic, from September 1964, is a clear example of classic antisemitism. 

Its first two sentences prove it:
The Zionist armies that now occupy Palestine claim their ancient Jewish prophets predicted that in the "last days of this world" their own God would raise them up a "messiah" who would lead them to their promised land, and they would set up their own "divine" government in this newly-gained land, this "divine" government would enable them to "rule all other nations with a rod of iron."

 If the Israeli Zionists believe their present occupation of Arab Palestine is the fulfillment of predictions made by their Jewish prophets, then they also religiously believe that Israel must fulfill its "divine" mission to rule all other nations with a rod of irons, which only means a different form of iron-like rule, more firmly entrenched even, than that of the former European Colonial Powers.

First of all, Zionists never claimed that the messianic age had begun or that their government was divine. That is an insane interpretation of Zionism that has nothing to do with reality. 

But the other astounding thing about this section is that there is no verse in Hebrew Scripture that remotely claims that the Jews will  "rule all other nations with a rod of iron." Malcolm X made that up. He created that quote to claim that the Jews are planning to make everyone in the world their slaves. Yet that fake quote is the key to his criticism! He even ends off the essay with "Where is their Messiah?" as he demolishes his own straw man. 

If that isn't antisemitic enough, there's more. 

On Zionist Logic creates a number of full-blown antisemitic conspiracy theories, claiming that Israel's offers of economic aid and technical assistance to African nations is simply a new form of imperialism and colonialism of Africa that he calls "dollarism." He further inverts history by saying that Israeli aggression forces Arab nations to spend their money on weapons instead of helping their own people, so Israel can claim that they are backwards nations and offer itself up as a model to Africa. 
The number one weapon of 20th century imperialism is zionist dollarism, and one of the main bases for this weapon is Zionist Israel. The ever-scheming European imperialists wisely placed Israel where she could geographically divide the Arab world, infiltrate and sow the seed of dissension among African leaders and also divide the Africans against the Asians.
This is a warmed over version of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion:

We will surround our government by a whole host of economists. That is the reason why science of economy is the principal subject taught to the Jews. We will be surrounded by thousands of bankers, traders, and, what is still more important, by millionaires, because in reality everything will be decided by money.

We set at variance with one another all personal and national interests of the Gentiles, by promulgating religious and tribal prejudices among them, for nearly twenty centuries.   

... This policy will also help us to sow dissensions amongst all parties, to dissolve all collective powers, and to discourage all individual initiative, which might in any way hinder our schemes. 

According to this paper, Malcolm X was very familiar with the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, and was in fact the one who introduced them into the Nation of Islam in the 1950s where it remains an important source of their Jew-hatred.

The underlying theme for these theories is that Zionists/Jews have unlimited funds to implement these plans of dividing and destroying the world, even though Israel in 1964 was not exactly an economic juggernaut.

Malcolm X was lying about the Torah, lying about Zionism, and spinning antisemitic conspiracy theories that come straight out of early 20th century Russia. 

Jewish Voice for Peace, by endorsing this article, proves beyond a doubt that it is actively antisemitic. 

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