Bono wish for a Palestinian Gandhi

“Jews took Israel from the Arabs (on May 14, 1948) after the Arabs had lived there for a thousand years. In that I agree with them, Israel, like South Africa is an Apartheid State,” Hendrik Verwoerd, former prime minister of South Africa.

“Jewish villages were built in the place of Arab villages. You don’t even know the names of these Arab villages, and I don’t blame you, because these geography books no longer exist, the Arab villages are not there either. There is not one single place built in this country that did not had a former Arab population,” Gen. Moshe Dayan, Ha’aretz, April 4, 1969.

“When you read the history of Israel from objective sources, you discover that it ia an outlaw state, created by the powers that be by stealing the land from its original inhabitants, and systematically exterminating them ever since,” John Kaminiski, an American writer.

“The extremist Jews (the Right) has nothing to offer the Israelis and the Jews but the Messiah and the sword. The moderate Jews (the Left) in Israel don’t offer Israelis any of substance and content in spirituality and values. And I did not feel comfortable with either,” Avrum Burg, former Speaker of Knesset (1999-2003) in an interview with Tikkun magazine.

U2’s star-singer Bono ( Paul David Hewson), who is re-scheduled to perform in the Zionist entity this Summer – in his January 2, 2010 Op-Ed column in the New York Times, titled “Ten for the Next Ten” – as expected, blasted Iranian regime for ‘coming strong’ on the pro-west protestors. However, his New Year wish for the people in North Korea, Mayanmar and Palestinians under Zionist occupation since 1948 – was to find a Mahatma Gandhi, Rev. King or Aung San Suu Kyi to lead them in a non-violent movement.

Bono, like the rest of Israeli Hasbara (propaganda) dupes – is not aware of the fact that Gandhi was against the establishment of a Jewish state in British mandated Palestine. Gandhi advised the leaders of World Zionist movement in 1930s – to organize non-violent protests against the Nazi regime in their motherlands instead of applying violent acts in Palestine – in order to terrorize and force the Natives to vacate land and homes for the European Jews escaping from Nazi persecution. Did Theodor Herzl, Chaim Weismann or Ben Gurion listened to Gandhi? Had they done that the world would not at the brim of WW III. Gandhi before his assassination in 1948 – told Doon Campbell of Reuters: “It (Palestine) has become a problem which seems almost unsoluble. If I were a Jew, I would tell them: ‘Do not be so silly as to resort to terrorism….’ the Jews should meet the Arabs, make friends with them and not depend on British aid or American aid, save what descends from Jehovah”. Gandhi’s motto was: “France is for French, England for the English and Palestine for the Arabs”.

I was really puzzled why Bono did not ask for a Dalai Lama to lead Palestinian non-violent resistance – until I read India’s Dalit Voice, which claims that the Buddhist spiritual leader works for Israel and Hindutva movements in India to annoy China and “set up a second Israel” in India. American writer John Kaminski an Arun Sharivastava also confirmed in August 2009 that a second Israeli state is emerging in Southern India, which is centre of opium production.

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