- Oct 30, 2015
He supports BDS and believes that with enough public pressure Western governments could be made to put sanctions on the Zionist colonial project forcing it to become some type of bi-national democracy. I think he is also right that it's gung-ho support for Zionism at least complicates in a messy way that it could avoid it's Geo-political messing and I don't think that it serves the interest of the majority of Americans at all. Also there are important differences between South Korea and Japan on one hand and the Zionist colonial project on the other. The Japanese learned their lessons from WWII and the Koreans while they can be very tough minded are just not an Imperialist people, I know people will at me for saying this with all types of horror propaganda about the Liberated Zone but I know you will discount such, Korean craziness takes the form nearly always of what of other peoples would consider very goofy, not sinister but goofy. Zionist craziness though is not goofy but rather megalomaniac, for instance:Interesting talk, but there's no way the US Régime wants anything to change. The Zionist Colonial Project is also a colonial outpost for US ambitions in the Middle East. And the more addicted the Israelis are to US weapons and money the more Washington likes it. Indeed, this is the usual way the US Régime operates - look at the way they control occupied countries like Germany, Japan and South Korea - it's the same addictive mix of guns and money and scare stories about supposed enemies like Russia and China.
When viewed in the current context, the war on Iraq, the 2006 war on Lebanon, the 2011 war on Libya, the ongoing wars on Syria and Iraq, the war on Yemen, must be understood in relation to the Zionist Plan for the Middle East