Mazin Qumsiyeh about Kerry & Co.

By Mazin Qumsiyeh, Popular
, 30 December 2016. Thomas Merton wrote:  “Into this
world, this demented inn, in which there is absolutely no room for him at all,
Christ has come uninvited. But because he cannot be at home in it – because he
is out of place in it, and yet must be in it – his place is with those others
who do not belong, who are rejected because they are regarded as weak; and with
those who are discredited, who are denied the status of persons, and are
tortured, exterminated. With those for whom there is no room, Christ is present
in this world. He is mysteriously present in those for whom there seems to be
nothing but the world at its worst.”
John Kerry is delusional if he thinks he can
temporarily curb the appetite of those who believe in an ideology of conquest,
subjugation and exceptionalism (“chosen people”) to save “Zonism”. His claim
that Shimon Peres told him that 78% of Palestine is enough and that they should
let the Palestinians have the other 22% is simply not believable. Shimon Peres
never changed his views from his youth as a disciple of Ben Gurion (Rabin and
the two of them masterminded the ethnic cleansingand destruction of 500 towns
and villages between 1948 and 1950). To his last breath Peres was a racist, a
bigot, and an unrepentant war criminal (not to mention his build-up of Israel’s
arsenal of WMD). He always believed Jews are smarter, chosen, and are entitled
to rule over geate Israel and like his mentor, he thought a two-state support
is mostly for propaganda. Like his Zionist colleagues whether they believed in
God or not (and most of them did not) or they were “left” or “right”, he
believed in something they consider more important than all of that: the unity
and destiny of the chosen “Jewish people” (a myth no more true than “the Muslim
people”, the “white people” or the “Christian People”). This tribal racist
thinking infects “left” and right Zionist Jews alike. The only difference
between left Zionists like Kerry and Right Zionists like Trump’s son-in-law is
merely over tactics (such as timing of applying force and timing of applying
diplomacy) not ultimate goals. The even bigger delusion is that it is possible
to exploit the differences between the Zionists over tactics to save Israel
from historical trends that are inevitable and as predictable as sunrise.
We heard the delusional parameters Kerry copied
from the Clinton parameters which in turn were ones with a genealogy that goes
back to Ben Gurion of the 1920s (public speeches not his private diaries and
letters to his son where he articulated the same vision of greater Israel as
his right wing critics and explained that speaking of partition is merely for
outside public consumption and that actions on the ground is what matters to
achieve the goal of a Jewish empire/Greater Israel). Now here are six
parameters based on reality instead of the Kerry delusional parameters:
1) There never is and never was any justification
for colonialism whether Jewish colonialism here or white colonialism in South
Africa. Corollary is that Zionism is racism and is not compatible with peace.
2) There are 12.5 million Palestinians (50% inside
Palestine) in the world and no peace can happen without return of refugees,
self-determination and full equality (negated by a concept of a Jewish state or
a Muslim state or a Christian state for that matter).
3) Colonialism has one of only three
outcomes/models: a) win by the natives at great cost (Algerian model), b)
genocide of natives (Australia, USA, New Zealand model), c) integration in one
country for all its inhabitants (including descendants of the colonizers).
Since options (a) and (b) are virtually impossible here and now (21st century)
that leaves option (c) which is in any case the most common outcomes in similar
cases. Dozens of countries in central and south America, Canada, Southeast
Asia, and South Africa follow that pattern. A “two-state” mirage is just that
and will never happen/can never happen (see my book “Sharing the Land f Canaan”
to explain why, it is available at ).
4) Zionism existed before creating the “Jewish
state” and will survive after it is ended and becomes a democratic state for
all its citizens and the returning refugees. It is an ideology of parasitism
and “chosenness” that transcends geography and speaks of contentedness of all
Jews around the world and their mutual interest and bonding. Zionists who live
in other countries (including those that shape US’s foreign policy whether executed
by a democrat or a republican) readily tell you that Israel is their insurance
policy that they could always go to if there are “troubles”. It is sort of like
the island of the pirates of the Caribbean that was a safety net. Any Jew who
challenges such notions and believes that Jews can be American or German and
should be loyal citizens of their own countries first or that Israel should be
treated like any other country and and forced to comply with International law
(including allowing Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and lands) is
looked at as a self-hating Jew. Hence John Kerry and Madeline Albright and
people like them who “discover” their “Jewishness” would not want to be called
“self-hating” and they do everything to help Zionism (ofcourse from the “left”
angle of tactics as Trump will do it from the “right” angle).
5) In the near future, US policy will continue
unchanged as it was since 1967 and the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty
(Israel lobby ensured scuttling the fact that it was a deliberate attack). The
US has been and will continue to subvert US interests in favor of Zionist
intersts. That the mainstream  media and Hollywood are managed by zionists
(whether “left” or right) will probably help this trend continue
until the US declines as a world power significantly more (largely due to this
Zionist parasitism). The Palestinian and Arab leadership would be wiser to
hitch their wagons to different horses before they end-up like Saddam Hussain
and Qaddafi. China, Russia, and Iran are certainly not the most desirable
countries but at least those horses are not chained by the Zionist masters and
watch their own interests instead of Israel’s. The big fuss over Obama’s
abstention and Kerry speech is blown out of proportion: 
Since 1967, every US President has allowed a very
few/rare UN Security Council Resolutions directed (mildly and without
sanctions) against Israeli policies. Obama has allowed the fewest (one in 8
years) Carter allowed the most (14 in 4 years): LBJ 7 , Nixon
15, Ford 2 , Carter 14 , Reagan 21, GHW Bush 9, Clinton
3 ,GW Bush  6, Obama 1. None of these had any significance in
changing the steadfast policy that the US supported Israel, shielded it from
|International law, and funded its aggression. You cannot credibly claim you do
not like your son beating other children with clubs that you keep buying for
6) You can fool all the people some of the time or
some of the people all the time but you cannot fool all the people all the
time. The internet has begun to fray the Zionist hegemony of the media. Note
that even in the most moderate of media outlets like PBS, they bring left and
right Zoionists to argue but they never allow you to hear from antiZionist or
post-Zionist. Other media outlets are owned and operated by either left
Zionists (e.g. New York Times, CNN) or right wing Zionists (e.g. Fox News). But
more and more people are seeing this and the jig is coming up and that is why
Zionists moved to using their lobbies to legislate silence (criticism of
Zionism becomes “anti-Semitic”). In doing so the Zionists do not care that they
are moving Western governments to become undemocratic (curbing free speech).
Their short term calculations that this helps their cause will just as surely
backfire as their pushing the US to enter World War I in exchange for getting
the Balfour and Cambon declarations or pushing the US to go to war on the Iraqi
people. The former partially led to WWII which was not good for anyone and the
latter cost US taxpayers $3 trillion and ended up benefiting Iran. Before that
the push for the war on Lebanon strengthened Hizbollah. After that came the
Zionist push for the war on Syria (ostensibly to break the Shia crescent of
Lebanon-Syria-Iran) and Yemen hoped to “win” and drive Arab states into the lap
of Zionism. But every push has a counter-push and every action has a reaction
(basic physics as basic human psychology).
Some Zionists can *talk* about partition but show
me one of their leaders who publicly acknowledge that we native Palestinians (Christians
and Muslims) have rights of sovereignty. The reason they can’t is that if they
recognize our rights even just over Ramallah, their whole ideology collapses.
After all, what is the difference between that and recognizing our rights in
Haifa, Jaffa, Nazareth etc  Hence the two state idea remains a figment of
an imagination to lead to peace like the mirage of the desert will not lead to
What does it take to change dynamics? Challenge
both versions representing Zionist interests: Clinton’s and Trump’s (Peres’ and
Netanyahu’s). Work for a global uprising against those who actually appoint
such puppets. That remains the 1% versus the 99%. Our message to all people
(starting with Jews and Israelis who still support Zionism): end your
delusions, join the 99% and let us work for a better world where justice
prevails and all are treated with dignity and respect regardless of their
religious belief (or lack thereof). As Martin Luther King Jr once said “w eiter
live together as fellow human beings or perish together as fools.” 
For an example of real mobilization for change, see
the Zapatistas.
 ConSiences of Humanity Conference organized
by Zapatistas. A great step in what we have always called for a global intifada
against the racist capitalist systems

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A videotape from 1961 where Benjamn H. Freedman (a
Jewish American who converted to Christianity) tells a bit of history that is
relevant to current events