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Dear Truth-Out:

I have lately made it my habit to check my posted comments to see if any of them have been removed. I was not too surprised to notice today that Truth-Out had eliminated 19 of my comments. There is one and only one reason for that: the fact that I make it my duty to expose the lie that the European Ashkenazi originate from Palestine. They do not just like the Japanese do not! There is tremendous fear among those who stole Palestine that if that lie is demolished that they have no other claim to cling to Palestine. They are finished! There is no other reason for the removal of those comments. I do not engage in insults, I do not denigrate any commentators except to express my disinterest in further dialogue with them. This is not the first time that Truth-Out went on a rampage slashing away at my comments.  The last time it happened, I lost interest on your blog and even removed your blog link from my RSS list. But online friends kept sending me information about an interesting article that I might be interested in. I changed my mind and resumed to comment. But this time around, this is it! I am done.

Thank you for the time that you allowed me to participate. Goodbye!

See below my comments that were deleted.


Discussion on Truthout

Beyond Apartheid and Genocide—Justice for BLM and Palestine

Helen4Yemen => William M Edwards
Thank you for you kind words. You must understand that my job is a lot easier than theirs because the truth is on my side. What justification can white Europeans come up with except for convoluted, illogical statements that would make one’s head spin. They plan to continue to colonize Palestine and they dread of exposure of their lies. Here is Shlomo Sand explaining why the Europeans dread that their ancestry is not Palestine but Khazaria:

Haaretz: Why do you think the idea of the Khazar origins is so threatening?

Shlomo Sand: “It is clear that the fear is of an undermining of the historic right to the land. The revelation that the Jews are not from Judea would ostensibly knock the legitimacy for our being here out from under us. Since the beginning of the period of decolonization, settlers have no longer been able to say simply: ‘We came, we won and now we are here’ the way the Americans, the whites in South Africa and the Australians said. There is a very deep fear that doubt will be cast on our right to exist.”

(Haaretz interview – March 26, 2008)

Helen4Yemen => Rob Roy
Desmond Tutu __ I have been to the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and I have witnessed the racially segregated roads and housing that reminded me so much of the conditions we experienced in South Africa under the racist system of Apartheid. I have witnessed the humiliation of Palestinian men, women, and children made to wait hours at Israeli military checkpoints routinely when trying to make the most basic of trips to visit relatives or attend school or college, and this humiliation is familiar to me and the many black South Africans who were corralled and regularly insulted by the security forces of the Apartheid government. In an April 2010 open letter to the University of Berkeley

Helen4Yemen => PGreen
1- {- For that matter, many Palestinians, and probably Arabs, share a close heredity with Jews. -}
No! ‘Palestine’ and ‘Arab’ are not mutually exclusive. Palestinians are Arabs. The Arabs are one people connected by a common language, alphabet, history, traditions, music, dance, art, literature, customs, i.e. a people. Arabs are Jews, Muslims, Christians. Jews are a religious group of very diverse racial make up such as Ugandan, Kenyan, Nigerian, Chinese, Yemeni, German. Nothing binds the Jews of many countries and races except religion. The European Jews have no genetic connection to the Arab Jews. None!
2- { Or to particular Jewish customs and rules? }
There is no ‘Jewish custom’ except for religious rituals. The Yemeni Jew’s culture is Yemeni and the Ethiopian Jew’s culture is Ethiopian … and so on.
3- { It is difficult to absolutely define what constitutes a people. }
See #1 above.
4- { Despite the belief in ancestral ties by many Jewish people to the nation of Israel, which I respect, }
European Jewry which makes up 90% of world Jewry is European, converts to Judaism in the 8th century.
5- { (or even re-established, if you prefer }
No! There is no evidence of Europeans ever having lived in the Arab region. Arabs Jews are Arab.
6- { The question for Israel is whether the nation will allow Palestinians and Arabs to participate equally in the government of Israel }
The Arabs do not welcome this alien entity just like the Algerians did not accept the French or the Egyptians did not accept the British. The European Ashkenazi deceptively arrived cloaked around with word ‘Jew’ to camouflage their European colonialism.
7- { “ethnic purity” }
Who? The Jews are African, Asian, European, Arab? Is there Christian or Muslim ethnic purity?
8- { Before that time, the Arab nations rejected legitimizing Israel, but most of the world has come round to seeing 2-states as a solution }
Why are the Europeans on Arab land? Why should the world decide what was to become of private Arab land. Zionism was to serve the cleansing of Ashkenazi Jewry from the West at the expense of people of color. What have people of color got to do with white Europeans? The theft of Palestine is simply indefensible.
9- { Noam Chomsky speculated that many Americans may identify with Israel, because the US was/is a colonial power that seized land from indigenous people by force. }
Never forget that Chomsky is a Zionist who had who lived in Palestine and considered to even move there permanently.
Google => Chomsky and Jeff Blankfort.

Helen4Yemen => Guest a day ago
Tell me how these Europeans can claim Palestine except as European colonists?

Helen4Yemen Guest a day ago
What have ‘ovens’ got to do with Palestinians? Arab Jews lived in peace and harmony with their Arab brothers. ‘Ovens’ was a European affair and the Europeans should have settled their differences on European soil and not at the expense of people of color. Palestine is Arab and Ashkenazis are European!

Helen4Yemen => BradD99
Jabotinsky: “We cannot offer any adequate compensation to the Palestinian Arabs in return for Palestine. And therefore, there is no likelihood of any voluntary agreement being reached.”

Helen4Yemen => BradD99
Jabotinsky: “A voluntary reconciliation with the Arabs is out of the question either now or in the future. If you wish to colonize a land in which people are already living, you must provide a garrison for the land, or find some rich man or benefactor who will provide a garrison on your behalf. Or else-or else, give up your colonization, for without an armed force which will render physically impossible any attempt to destroy or prevent this colonization, colonization is impossible, not difficult, not dangerous, but IMPOSSIBLE!… Zionism is a colonization adventure and therefore it stands or falls by the question of armed force. It is important… to speak Hebrew, but, unfortunately, it is even more important to be able to shoot – or else I am through with playing at colonizing.”

Vladimir Jabotinsky, founder of Revisionist Zionism (precursor of Likud), The Iron Wall, 1923 (1923)

Helen4Yemen BradD99 a day ago
__ Jabotinsky: “My readers have a general idea of the history of colonization in other countries. I suggest that they consider all the precedents with which they are acquainted, and see whether there is one solitary instance of any colonization being carried on with the consent of the native population. There is no such precedent. The native populations, civilised or uncivilised, have always stubbornly resisted the colonists, irrespective of whether they were civilised or savage. And it made no difference whatever whether the colonists behaved decently or not.”

Helen4Yemen 2 days ago
Edwin M. Wright was an American foreign policy specialist. Employed by the U.S. State Department from 1945 to 1955 in a number of capacities, he was especially involved in the events leading up to and surrounding the establishment of Israel. In particular, he served as a Middle East specialist from 1945 to 1946; on the Bureau for Near East, South Asian, and African Affairs from 1946 to 1947; as an advisor on United Nations affairs from 1947 to 1950, and as an advisor on intelligence from 1950 to 1955. (Source: Wikipedia)

__ David Ben-Gurion: ”Let us not ignore the truth among ourselves … politically we are the aggressors and they defend themselves… The country is theirs, because they inhabit it, whereas we want to come here and settle down, and in their view we want to take away from them their country.”
__ David Ben-Gurion: “Jewish villages were built in the place of Arab villages. You do not even know the names of these Arab villages, and I do not blame you because geography books no longer exist. Not only do the books not exist, the Arab villages are not there either. Nahlal arose in the place of Mahlul; Kibbutz Gvat in the place of Jibta; Kibbutz Sarid in the place of Huneifis; and Kefar Yehoshua in the place of Tal al-Shuman. There is not a single place built in this country that did not have a former Arab population.”
__ David Ben-Gurion: “If I were an Arab leader, I would never sign an agreement with Israel. It is normal; we have taken their country. It is true God promised it to us, but how could that interest them? Our God is not theirs. There has been Anti – Semitism, the Nazis, Hitler, Auschwitz, but was that their fault ? They see but one thing: we have come and we have stolen their country. Why would they accept that?” David Ben Gurion (the first Israeli Prime Minister) Quoted by Nahum Goldmann in Le Paraddoxe Juif (The Jewish Paradox), pp121.

Excuse me: How did ‘the Jews” grow from 3% to 50% and
the Muslims dwindled from 90% to 47% and
the Christians from 10% to 2%?
Year — Muslims — Jews — Christians
1800 — 89.50% — 2.54% — 8%
1890 — 81.20% — 8% — 10.70%
1914 — 76.20% — 13.64% — 10.15%
1922 — 78% — 11% — 10%
1931 — 74% — 17% — 9%
1945 — 60% — 31% — 8%
1950 — 47% — 50% — 3%
2000 — 45% — 53% — 2%
2014 — 47% — 50% — 2%

Helen4Yemen DHFabian 2 days ago
{Palestinians” are Arabs who live in Israel}

__ David Ben-Gurion: “The fellahin are not descendants of the Arab conquerors, who captured Eretz Israel and Syria in the seventh century CE. The Arab victors did not destroy the agricultural population they found in the country. They expelled only the alien Byzantine rulers, and did not touch the local population. Nor did the Arabs go in for settlement.
Translation: The Arabs did not expell the natives of the land and take their place, they did not settle on the land, they were there only to convert the people into Islam, therefore, the current Palestinian population are the descendants of those who wer already there before the arrival of the Arabs.

__ David Ben-Gurion: “Even in their former habitations the Arabs did not engage in farming…their whole interest in the new countries was political, religious and material: to rule, to propagate Islam, and to collect taxes…the Jewish farmer, like any other farmer, was not easily torn from his soil…Despite the repression and suffering the rural population remained unchanged.”
Translation: The Palestinian Jews (who later converted to Christianity and then to Islam) never left their land nor were they replaced by the Arabs. The Arabs did not come to settle on the land but rather “to rule, to propagate Islam, and to collect taxes”. The Jewish farmers were attached to their land. “was not easily torn from his soil” and the current Palestinians are in fact the descendants of the people who were already there on that land before the arrival of the Arabs.

Question: Is that not your understanding? If no, give me your translation. Interesting that European Jewry, vividly European, are not shy when they make silly statements such as white Europeans having ancestry on the land of people of color!

Helen4Yemen DHFabian 2 days ago
{100% for the Arabs, 0% for the Jews.}
No! Palestine belongs to Palestinians only (Jews, Muslims, Christians). Any other variety of Jews are foreigners: German, Chinese, Yemeni, Russian, Ugandan ….

Helen4Yemen => HFabian

Why are the Europeans in Palestine not back home where they belong? Is it worth it to live a life where you always have to walk around strapped to a machine gun?

Helen4Yemen DHFabian 2 days ago
No, the Ashkenazis never tried to land in Peru or Brazil or Kenya or any other land. They wanted Palestine ONLY and not as refugees but as European colonists. Yes or no?
David Ben-Gurion

”If I knew that it was possible to save all the children of Germany by transporting them to England, and only half by transferring them to the Land of Israel, I would choose the latter, for before us lies not only the numbers of these children but the historical reckoning of the people of Israel.” –

Helen4Yemen => DHFabian
Israel never existed except in hocus-pocus. In addition, the European Ashkenazis formerly known as Khazars did not convert to Judaism till the 8th century, therefore Ashkenazis have history of being Jews only for 1200 years. Know thy history!

Helen4Yemen mi5cents 2 days ago
If I were Haj Amin, I would have no problem making alliances with the devil. What was he faced with? There was an international conspiracy, European Jewry were the leaders of the conspiracy, aided and abetted by powerful nation of the West to invade Arab land for the benefit of alien Jews from Europe. What would anybody else do? You would have to align yourself with the enemy of the conspirators, would you not, to save your land and to save your people? Tell me where Amin was wrong?

Helen4Yemen DHFabian 2 days ago
{Palestinians” are Arabs who live in Israel, even though Israel itself is surrounded by Arab nations.}
Do you remember when Uganda was seriously considered to settle the Jews of Europe? Had that taken place, I can hear you complaining why the Africans have too much land compared to ‘Jews.? Funny, very funny! I really laughed as I was typing. Foreign Euroepan invaders complaining how they did not steal enough land. Imagine going to Macy’s and stealing a garment and when caught red handed telling them why they are bothering you since what you stole is so little compared to what the store has. Your logic is so bizarre.
Zionism = Euroepan-Ashkenazi colonialism of Arab land.

Helen4Yemen DHFabian 2 days ago
{No, that small chunk of land is the historic and the modern Jewish nation.}
That land is not ‘Jewish’ but Palestinian land that belongs to its Muslim, Christian, Jew Palestinians. The European-Ashkenazi is a 100% foreign to the land, just as the French in Algeria, the British in Kenya. Why is the Ashkenazi in Palestine and not on his own European land.

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