Zionism and Racism

By Ole Kreiberg

In November 1975 a majority of the nations of the world agreed in the UN General Assembly that Zionism, that is Jewish nationalism, is racist. The Jewish national state, Israel, is thus built on a racist foundation.

Many Jews are heavily engaged in anti-racism, but it is usually the racism of other peoples and very seldom their own that seems to take their interest. Count Coudenhove-Kalergi (1894-1972), founder and honorary president of the Pan-European Movement, wrote something very characteristically in one of his Books (Praktischer Idealismus, Vienna 1925):

"The man of the future will be of mixed race. For Pan-Europe [that is united Europe] I want a European-Asiatic-Negroid mixed race. The leaders shall come from the Jews because a benevolent providence has with the Jews given Europe a new spiritual and intellectual noble race."

Here we have Jewish racism in a nutshell. All Non-Jewish peoples shall become equal while "God's chosen Jewish people" shall be the master race the way it is in Israel/Palestine. All criticism of Jewish racism shall be made a "criminal offence" through anti-racism laws. One of the most keen to push for so-called anti-racism legislation in the EU is the chairman of the Management Board of the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia in Vienna, Jean Kahn, who also happens to have been the president of the European Jewish Congress. All racism must be made a "criminal offence", except the Jewish, which will be "criminal Anti-Semitism" to criticise.

On the 31st August 2001 at the UN anti-racism conference in Durban, South Africa, Israel was declared a racist apartheid state:

The picture above shows Black South Africans demonstrating against Israeli racism and apartheid. Read the declararation

Rabbi Yaacov Perrin said in New York Daily News, February 28, 1994: "One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail".

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