Beyond the Cusp

December 24, 2014

Candidate Question Every Israeli Must Ask and Why

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There is one subject that every candidate not able to honestly run on a Zionist campaign theme will spend their entire campaign avoiding speaking about is their position on reaching a peace with the Arabs and how granting them statehood over Judea and Samaria without gaining any restrictions on further demands, end of terrorism, end to hostilities and recognition of Israel as the nations state of the Jewish People. They will talk about how Prime Minister Netanyahu has not moved Israel any closer to peace with the Palestinians. They will bemoan the lack of programs addressing poverty. They will demand that Israelis vote their pocketbooks. They will call for free education, free childcare, free transit tokens for the poor, free food programs, and free stuff for everyone. They will denounce the financial inequality in Israeli society and the loss of the middle class. They will denounce the past leadership for every possible single economic inequality without explaining where the funding will come from. Some might even go to the populist favorite of making the wealthy pay their fair share while promising to equalize the distribution of wealth in Israeli society. They will dance around on every issue except the most important issue which should be the first issue on every Israelis mind; how to provide a safe Israel for all of her citizens from the Galilee to Eilat, from the Golan Heights to Sderot, from Tel Aviv to Beit El.

 

The question we must demand every candidate and political party must be made to address is what position they take on taking a strong stand against terrorism and in annexing in stages Judea and Samaria after every single terrorist act. All the talk about economic redistribution and establishing higher minimum wages is completely meaningless to anyone if they are not first safe and protected in their country. Yes, the economy is important but nothing will permit the economy to grow in leaps and bounds faster than an end to terrorism and that can only be established when there is a definite and strong price to be paid for every single act of terrorism. First Israel needs to annex Area C dunum by dunum and then move on to Area B and, if the lesson has not been learned, Area A. Once all of Judea and Samaria have been returned to the State of Israel in a response to terrorist acts, then it will take the stiff spines of the Israeli government to remind the world, the United Nations, the European Union, the European governments, the United States and the rest of the world of the promise made in 1920 at the San Remo Conference where the world gave the Zionist Congress and the Jewish People their honor bound promise to return their ancient homelands to their possession for their establishing the renewed Jewish State with the provision that all peoples living in those lands were guaranteed religious rights and legal land rights would remain protected. There was no demand that those residing other than the Jewish People were to be guaranteed political rights, the Jews were free to grant political rights as they chose, but only Jews residing within the lands granted to the Zionist Congress were to be guaranteed political rights. The formation and rights for the Jewish State of Israel had absolutely nothing to do with the Holocaust. It had everything to do with the granting of political and indigenous rights when the lands of the defeated Ottoman Empire were cut and delineated into individual nations by the victorious allies. Much of the decisions were decided by Italy, Britain, France, and Japan and recognized by the United States. The United States Congress passed a resolution recognizing the decisions made in the San Remo Conference of 1920 which was arranged in response to the decisions reached during the Versailles Conference, the Paris Peace Conference, and the other sections which made up The League of Nations Treaty Series which established the main concessions demanded from the defeated powers and established the largest establishments which not only assigned the establishing of the new map by the Sykes–Picot Agreement for the lands of much of the Ottoman Empire and also redrew the map of much of eastern Europe dividing up the lands of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire and redrawing the borders of Germany and placed financial demands on Germany and the rulers of the Austria-Hungarian Empire leadership and lastly the San Remo Conference which established the Jewish homelands. The establishment of the Jewish State was relegated to the British under their Mandate and the formation of a Christian state, Lebanon, and an Arab state, Syria, were relegated to France under their Mandate. The Mandate System was further ratified and reassurances granted by the United Nations in its Charter under Article 80.

 

The British reached an agreement with the Zionist Congress whereby in exchange for the Zionists relegating their claims to the Mandate lands east of the Jordan River stretching to the border of Iraq to be utilized to form an Arab State for the Arab population within the British Mandate which they granted rule over to their Hashemite allies as the sovereigns as compensation for their loss of their rule over Mecca and Medina to the Saudi Royals in exchange the British guaranteed that the lands west of the Jordan River was to remain inviolate to be the lands for the Jewish State. Perhaps the British need be reminded that the promises and honour of the British Crown is vested in the reserving of all of the lands west of the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea for the Jewish State of Israel no matter how much of an inconvenience keeping their word may pose. For the rest of Europe who appear more and more every day to be increasingly uncomfortable with the remnants of Jewish citizens remaining in their lands who also see fit to constantly denounce Israel demanding that Israel surrender every demand before the Arab demands which they knowingly realize will eventually lead to the end of the state of Israel and the eviction of its Jewish population there is a simple question, are they willing to take in these Jews who would no longer have a nation and should their Jews find themselves unwelcomed within Europe, where would these Jews find a new home without Israel? The Arabs already have twenty-two nations whose total land areas so dwarfs the lone Jewish state of Israel that the comparison should border on embarrassing that the world appears unable to permit this slight sliver of land at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea to remain in Jewish hands. And to the Arab states which have repeatedly demanded that the Jews of Israel return to their lands from whence they originated, are they prepared to permit the half of the Israeli population to return to the Arab lands from which they or their parents or grandparents were forced from exiling them to Israel? With the rising anti-Semitism rising throughout the world it is beyond unseemly that while the Jews are to be made to feel and actually be made unwelcome in their current homelands that the one nation which will take them and give them a welcomed safe refuge and love them unflinchingly is also being put upon challenging its right to retain the small sliver of land the world made a faithful promise to reserve and protect until they could establish themselves within and then spent the majority of the next quarter of a century making their immigrations there, and their escape from the threats of the Holocaust even more impossible during the years of World War II, and then have hounded much of the past forty years pitifully demanding that they grant the Arabs a second state in addition to the state formed in over three-fourths of the original Mandate in exchange for promises of the remainder inviolate is beyond any measure of defined perfidy. But that is something Jews have come to expect as we have seen every form of persecution and survived every past attempt to dissolve our peoplehood and have out-survived every great power which raised its hand against us and we will survive your hands as well. This is what every party must promise to stand firm against and to assure that every inch that has been promised us from the first day that Abraham and Sarah walked over the river and into the lands surrounding Hevron to the day when Moses walked off over the hills and Joshua returned up to the lands where Abraham and Sarah first surveyed to the land which the Jewish People never entirely were driven from, to Jerusalem which has had a Jewish presence if not a Jewish majority since before the modern calendars of every peoples who counted their days from their first as a civilization, to the lands where we had built the Second Temple as Buddha and Confucius laid out their wise thoughts, to Jerusalem the city we have prayed facing for close to three thousand years, to the lands we were promised and to these lands where the Ten Commandments which serve as the basis for Western civilization, these are the lands every Israeli Party must make their pledge to protect before they promise anything else as without the lands the Jews cannot have anything else. The land is the first promise and all else flows from that.

 

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