The true intentions of the Zionists , in thier own words..

Here is my collection of Zionist quotes, indicating their true intentions from the very beginning.”.The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine”  

1800’s  

“[The region is] a country without a nation [which should be matched to] a nation without a country … Is there such a thing? To be sure there is, The ancient and rightful lords of the soil, the Jews!”
(Lord Shaftesbury, 30 July 1853)

   

“At present Palestine supports only six hundred thousand people, but, with proper cultivation it can easily maintain two and half millions. You are a people without a country; there is a country without a people. Be united. Fulfil the dreams of your old poets and patriarchs. Go back, – go back to the land of Abraham.”
(John Lawson Stoddard, 1891 

  

“Spirit the penniless population across the frontier by denying it employment… Both the process of expropriation and the removal of the poor must be carried out discreetly and circumspectly.” Theodore Herzl, founder of the World Zionist Organization, speaking of the Arabs of Palestine,Complete Diaries, June 12, 1895 entry.“We must expropriate gently the private property on the state assigned to us. We shall try to spirit the penniless population across the border by procuring employment for it in the transit countries, while denying it employment in our country. The property owners will come over to our side. Both the process of expropriation and the removal of the poor must be carried out discretely and circumspectly. Let the owners of the immoveable property believe that they are cheating us, selling us things for more than they are worth. But we are not going to sell them anything back.”
(Theodore Herzl, 12 June 1895)  

But there are Arabs in Palestine. I did not know.”
(Max Nordau, 1897)  

1900’s  

“The land without people — for the people without land.”
(Israel Zangwill, 1901)  

“Palestine is a country without a people; the Jews are a people without a country. The regeneration of the soil would bring the regeneration of the people.”

, 1901)Zangwill(Israel 

   

  

“The anti-Semites will become our most loyal friends, the anti-Semites nations will become our allies.”
(Theodore Herzl, 1901)

   

  

“There is … a difficulty from which the Zionist dares not avert his eyes, though he rarely likes to face it. Palestine proper has already its inhabitants. The pashalik of Jerusalem is already twice as thickly populated as the United States, having 52 souls to every square mile, and not 25 percent of them Jews; so we must be prepared either to drive out by the sword the tribes in possession as our forefathers did, or to grapple with the problem of a large alien population, mostly Mohammedan. … This is an infinitely graver difficulty than the stock anti-Zionist taunt that nobody would go to Palestine if we got it.”

, 1904)Zangwill(Israel 

   

  

“[Palestine is] ALREADY TWICE AS THICKLY POPULATED AS THE UNITED STATES”

   

  

 

, 1905)Zangwill(Israel 

   

  

 

did or to grapple with the problem of a large alien population, mostly Mohammedan and accustomed for centuries to despise us.”forefathersin possession as our  tribeseither to drive out by the sword the [Arab]  preparedof Jerusalem is already twice as thickly populated as the United States, having fifty-two souls to the square mile, and not 25% of them Jews ….. [We] must be  pashalik”Palestine proper has already its inhabitants. The 

   

  

 

, 1905)Zangwill(Israel 

   

 

  

“My step on the road to reality was not taken until 1904, when I appear to have become fully aware of the Arab peril.”
(Israel Zangwill, 1904) 

1910’s  

The Pan-Islamic danger is a real and permanent one. … We cannot get rid of it altogether, but we have the opportunity now [that the Ottoman Empire has entered the war on Germany’s side]… of immensely diminishing it by reducing to impotence the only existing organised government that can further the pan-Islamic idea; and when we see the progress which that idea has made in India, under Turkish influence, in the last 10 years, does not common prudence require that we should do so? … It is on Mesopotamia and not on Europe that attention is fixed in the Persian Gulf… a merely diplomatic defeat of Turkey will not count in Arabia. … In India itself the vernacular press loses no opportunity of admiring the feats of Turkish arms. With all these people we shall have to deal after the war, and to live with them on terms of moral supremacy. We shall have to govern India itself – where, besides the Moslem problem, the fact has to be reckoned with that the educated Hindus… are not averse to seeing British pride humbled, and humbled by an Asiatic Power – and to convince the peoples of India that a handful of white men can still control them.”

, 23 May 1916)Hirtzel(Frederick Arthur 

   

 

  

  

“The British told us that there are some hundred thousand negroes [‘kushim’] and for those there is no value.”
(Chaim Weizmann, around 1917)“[i]t must be said, to the credit of the Turks, that their rulers behaved toward the conquered with a degree of tolerance and generosity which is unparalleled in the history of the Christian peoples of the period”
(David Ben-Gurion, 1918)
 

“This matter is not an issue between the Jewish people and the Arab inhabitants of Palestine, but between the Jewish people and the Arab people. The latter, numbering 35 million, has [territory equal to] half of Europe, while the Jewish people, numbering ten million and wandering the earth, hasn’t got a stone. . . Will the Arab people stand opposed? Will it resist? [Will it insist] that . . . they. . . shall have it [all] for ever and ever, while he who has nothing shall share forever have nothing.”

   

(Ze’ev Jacobtinsky ,1918) 

  

What is perplexing is that this argument is much better suited to the United States than to Palestine. European Jews could have chosen New York City as well, where American Jews were influential in building the most important city on earth. Why should Jews be homeless while American Christians have vast unpopulated areas in the U.S.? It’s also worth noting that Palestine in the early 20th century had twice the population density of the United States.  

(Ze’ev Jacobtinsky ,1918)  

“many are semi-nomad, they have given nothing to Palestine and are not entitled to the rules of democracy.”
“Jamal Pasha [the Turkish military ruler in World War I Palestine] planned from the outset to destroy the entire Hebrew settlement in Eretz Yisrael, exactly as they did the Armenians in Armenia”
(David Ben-Gurion, 1919)  

(Israel Zangwill, 1919)“In Palestine we do not propose even to go through the form of consulting the wishes of the present inhabitants of the country … The four powers are committed to Zionism and Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long tradition, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desire and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land.”
(Arthur James Balfour, 11 August 1919)  

 

that the present inhabitants of Palestine have occupied their lands for centuries; indeed, some of the Syrian communities claim descent from the Hittites who were in possession at the dawn of history.is conceded”If the views of the advanced Zionists prevail there is trouble ahead. Many, very many, intelligent and informed Jews admit this. It 

   

“The contradiction between the letter of the Covenant of the League of Nations and the policy of the Allies is even more flagrant in the case of the independent nation of Palestine than in that of the independent nation of Syria. For, in Palestine we do not propose even to go through the form of consulting the wishes of the present inhabitants of the country. The four great powers are committed to Zionism and Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long tradition, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desires and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land. In my opinion that is right. What I have never been able to understand is how it can be harmonised with the Anglo-French declaration, the Covenant, or the instructions to the commission of Enquiry… In fact, so far as Palestine is concerned, the powers have made no statement of fact that is not admittedly wrong, and no declaration of policy which, at least in the letter, they have not always intended to violate.”
(Arthur James Balfour, August 1919) 

  

“There arises the further question, what is to become of the people of this country [Palestine], assuming the Turk to be expelled, and the inhabitants not to have been exterminated by the War? There are over half a million of these, Syrian Arabs – a mixed community with Arab, Hebrew, Canaanite, Greek, Egyptian, and possibly Crusaders’ blood. They and their forefathers have occupied the country for the best part of 1500 years. They own the soil, which belongs either to individual landowners or to village communities. They profess the Mohammedan faith. They will not be content either to be expropriated for Jewish immigrants, or to act merely as hewers of wood and drawers of water to the latter. Further, there are other settlers who will have to be reckoned with. There are 100,000 Christians, who will not wish to be disturbed; east of the Jordan are large colonies of Circassian Mohammedans, firmly established; there are also settlements of Druses and Moslems from Algeria, Bulgaria, and Egypt.”
(George Nathaniel Curzon, around 1919)  

1920’s  

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