January 1, 2007

Time to Change Tactics

Filed under: Uncategorized — mariahussain @ 7:35 pm

Getting Americans and the politicians to understand that invading Iraqis bad for US is probably the only way to get this movement into themainstream and away from the leftist progressive fringes of society. I advocate a turn-around in rhetoric. The group of people responsible for the Iraq war are the Israel-Firsters. Instead of trying to make Americans care about Arabs – too hard – we need to increase their awareness that the Jewish Lobby is the enemy of all traditional Americans.

Especially since activists can destroy the movement if they dwell upon who the good guys are (there are various opinions), we should concentrate on what we can all agree on: The Jewish Lobby is undermining American democracy. The Jewish Lobby needs to be stopped. That’s the only way to stop the wars.

I would suggest a public rhetoric campaign against all Jewish lobbyists suggesting prison. On campus, target the Israel advocacy groups. It should be social suicide to participate with Hillel or other pro-Israel student organizations training future lobbyists. The pro-Israel lobby operates on every level of American society.

Last year they introduced Holocaust Mythology in the public school curriculum starting in Pre-K. There are plenty of ways to address this problem in PTA meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and other mundane ways. Causing a huge stir at a “MLK” school assembly will create a lot more word-of-mouth grassroots pressure than a protest in DC which doesn’t even get discussed.

In each small town, pro-peace people need to identify the Zionist individuals who are pushing Holocaust curriculum in the local schools. As soon as you start circulating a petition, all their Zionist supporters will come out of the woodwork. Every town has a web of Jewish groups that work together to undermine American democracy to promote their personal interests. Once you know who the participating individuals are, then you will be able to protest directly to these local individuals who are personally responsible for pushing Americans to die for Israeli interests. You probably know where they live. No more standing in the rain with a placard. If loyal Americans started talking to their neighbors we could stop this war.



  1. Money is power and Jewish community is using it to control the present and future American generations to act like robbots – think and act at the wishes of Zionist minority. Almost every big educational institute in North America – from Harvard to York University (Toronto) is flooded by Jew Zionist academics – plus the Orientalists, who shape the minds of tAmericans – is lead by a Jew Zionist – Dr. Bernard Lewis. Jews leaned the power of media from ‘The Protocols’ and they have been using it since WW I.

    For example – The Jews could not have created Israel by bribing or coercing the Ottomans into granting them a charter to colonize Palestine. Despite his offers of loans, investments, technology and diplomatic expertise, Theodore Herzl was repeatedly rebuffed by the Ottoman Sultan. It is even less likely that the Zionists could at any time have mobilized a Jewish army in Europe to invade and occupy Palestine, against Ottoman and Arab opposition to the creation of a Jewish state on Islamic lands. The Zionist partnership with the West was indispensable for the creation of a Jewish state. This partnership was also fateful. It produced a powerful new dialectic, which has encouraged Israel, both as the political center of the Jewish Diaspora and the chief outpost of the West in the heart of the Islamic world, to become more daring in its designs against the Islamic world and beyond. In turn, a wounded and humiliated Islamic world, more resentful and determined after every defeat, has been driven to embrace increasingly radical ideas and methods to recover its dignity and power – and to attain this recovery on the strength of Islamic ideas. This destabilizing dialectic has now brought the West itself into a direct confrontation against the Islamic world. We are now staring into the precipice. Yet do we possess the will to pull back from it?

    Comment by Rehmat — January 3, 2007 @ 3:57 am

  2. Hello!
    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

    Comment by RaiulBaztepo — March 29, 2009 @ 1:08 am

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