John Kerry (Kohn): Israel Can Either Be Jewish Or Democratic – It Cannot Be Both
As I’m sure everyone already knows by now, Secretary of State John Kerry (himself of partial Jewish descent) gave one of the most scathing rebukes of Israel in generations earlier today, and called upon them to either accept a two-state solution with Palestine, or cede their claim to be a uniformly Jewish nation in favor of Democracy.
I myself almost choked on my coffee when I heard this part of Kerry’s speech, as it pretty much concedes to us points that we have made since the 1920’s in one form or another.
Now, I’ve already expressed my happiness at the level of pressure put upon the terrorist nation of Israel by today’s remarks, but let’s delve a bit deeper into what was said in order to understand how we should move forward.
Democracy And Racialism Are Polar Opposite Ideologies
Since the days when Mein Kampf was written, Nationalists have understood that Democracy and racial homogeneity cannot exist for long in a simultaneous state. When the rule of the mob is instituted, degradation of culture and blood becomes guaranteed in the long run.
And don’t think that you can have both by limiting the rights of subhumans or halting immigration, for these policies take away the democratic description from a nation; a Democracy gives full rights and privileges to all residents, with citizenship itself exclusionary by these standards.
By bringing up the fact that Israel cannot exist as a self-labeled Land of Kikes and be a Democracy at the same time, Kerry has left us an opening to push our views and call out the Jews for their blatant hypocrisy.
What Do We Do Next And How Should We View This Speech
We’re now at the point where we should call upon Israel to live up to their history of promoting the spirit of tolerance and equality across the globe.
We can do this at the same time as pushing Nationalist policies in our own nations, as it may be a bit of time before the racial cleansing trains run day and night across the countryside.
Let them accept diversity in the same measure as they push it upon the rest of us, with especial attention given to the need to bring in the kind and vibrant Palestinians and African refugees without a second thought.
If they renege, then we can call them on their treachery openly and without serious effort.
If they choose the option of a two-state region, then we are afforded a much-weaker and cornered Israel that can be then chastised for their double-standard interpretation of democratic ideals and values.