Returning to the ancestral void

"Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it."
Rumi

rashadsays:

Please watch and share this video, an accurate historical lesson on the bloody history of Israel, produced by a Jewish peace foundation.

Blindly spewing hate on one side without the knowledge to substantiate it is pointless. I 100% support the notion of Israel as a state and safe haven for its inhabitants, and as a refuge for Holocaust survivors.

But there’s not a single ounce of me that’ll stand by the way it was attained. The UN and World Powers like Great Britain which had mandates on Palestinian land, due to European imperialism, literally carved up the homes of an indigenous people, and relabeled it as a safe place for Holocaust survivors to “return to.”

They redrew borders and demolished homes in order to make way for their own agenda. And it’s validated by Jewish Zionist beliefs that this land is their divine right, promised to Prophets Abraham and Jacob by God in the Torah - a book that’s over 3 millennia old. At this rate, the Zionist agenda is no different from America’s Manifest Destiny and slaughter of our indigenous populations.

I’m so sick and tired of American “Zionists” playing victim and crying because their support for the mass murder of innocent men, women and children is not validated by the masses. Of American teenagers raised by conservative Jewish parents who instilled in them the ideals that what Israel is doing is necessary. That it is imperative. That it is their divine right. This intrinsic Zionist sense of entitlement makes me so, so sick.

Israel is not your “promised land.” Israel is not your divine right.

Over 105 Palestinians have been murdered in the last 3 days, and 785 civilians are injured, and not a single Israeli soul has been harmed. Instead, they’re flocking to cliff-sides in Sderot, miles away from Gaza to celebrate the dropping of bombs on Palestinian homes.

We have Zionists crying because the actions of their mother country are not being validated by the masses on social networks.

We have one of the most persecuted peoples of the 20th century, doing what was done onto them. 

We have American, Zionist-owned newspapers headlining articles watering down this vile ethnic cleansing, the NY Times reporting “Israel and Palestine Exchange Fire.” 

No, no people. Israel vs. Palestine is not a war. It is a contemporary genocide. It is a violation on every single unalienable human right we are born in the western world with. Support the oppressed and identify the oppressor. These dogs need to account for their actions.

Please watch this. It is a good animated account of the Palestinian cause.

While I disagree with some things in the video, I still find it quite “balanced”. But I do not believe that a solution would come about via a two-state solution. The occupation regime in place needs to be dismantled for “co-existence” to have a chance. Israel has always had a bloody and belligerent history. It simply cannot be benign. 

I also don’t believe in states, but that is not helpful now. Perhaps the best approach for the time being is to start working on one “state” for all. A state that is secular, democratic, and peaceful. Lots of healing is needed, physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually, etc.

I will end this comment with this: Watch out Israel; your negative karma is accumulating exponentially. You are doomed. Follow the South African example, or else you will be sorry when remorse cannot help you.


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Summer Solstice Global Meditation

join the event: http://on.fb.me/1t6Bpbj

Join us on JUNE 21 for World Peace and Prayer Day. Initiated by Chief Arvol Looking Horse, 19th Generation Keeper of The White Buffalo Pipe.

I think for India it is 12:30 AM

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retroberry:

Peace sculpture created by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reutersward in tribute to John Lennon. Located outside of United Nations HQ in NYC.

retroberry:

Peace sculpture created by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reutersward in tribute to John Lennon. Located outside of United Nations HQ in NYC.