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Ognir: | February 04, 2014, 01:37:25 PM

In the early hours of June 5, l 967, Israel launched a war of aggression against Egypt, Jordan and Syria and occupied the West Bank, Gaza, the Golan Heights and the Sinai Peninsula. On the admission of many Israeli leaders, this war was the result of a long-planned, calculated aggression. It was undertaken in order to expand Israel's ocupation of Arab territories and not (as falsely claimed by Israeli apologists) as a pre-emptive strike to avoid annihilation.


The following admissions from Israeli leaders prove their conspiracy and their crime against peace:


1. Menachem Begin, Minister without Portfolio:

    "In June l967, we had a choice. The Egyptian Army concentrations in the Sinai approaches do not prove that Nasser was really about to attack us. We must be honest with ourselves. We decided to attack him."

    (New York Times, August 21, 1982)

2. General Yitzhak Rabin, Chief of Staff, Israeli Defence Forces:

    "I do not believe that Nasser wanted war. The two divisions which he sent into Sinai on May 14 would not have been enough to unleash an offensive against Israel. He knew it and we knew it."
    (Le Monde, February 28, 1968 )

3. General Mattitiahu Peled, Chief Quartermaster-General's Branch, Israeli Defence Forces, General Staff:

    "All those stories about the huge danger we were facing because of our small territorial size, an argument expounded once the war was over, had never been considered our calculations prior to the unleashing of hostilities. While we proceeded towards the full mobilization of our forces, no person in his right mind could believe that all this force was necessary to our defence against the Egyptian threat. To pretend that the Egyptian forces concentrated on our borders were capable of threatening Israel's existence does not only insult the intelligence of any person capable of analyzing this kind of situation, but is primarily an insult to the Israeli army."
    (Le Monde, June 3, 1972)

4. General Ezer Weizman, Chief of Operations, Israeli Defence Forces, General Staff:

    "There was never a danger of extermination. This hypothesis had never been considered in any serious meeting."
    (Ha' aretz, March 29, 1972)

5. General Yeshayahu Gavish, Commanding General Southern Command:

    "The danger of Israel's extermination was hardly present before the Six-day war."
    (Alfred M. Lilienthal, The Zionist Connection, New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1978, p. 558)

6. General Mordechai Hod, Commanding General, Israeli Air Force:

    "Sixteen years planning had gone into those initial eighty minutes. We lived with the plan, we slept on the plan, we ate the plan. Constantly we perfected it."
    (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1978, pp. 558-559)

7. General Haim Barlev, Chief of General Staff Branch, Israeli Defence Forces:

    "We were not threatened with genocide on the eve of the six-day war, and we had never thought of such a possibility."
    (Ma' ariv, April 4, 1972)

8. General Chaim Herzog, Commanding General and first Military Govemor, Israeli Occupied West Bank:

    "There was no danger of annihilation. Israeli headquarters never believed in this danger. "
    (Ma' ariv, April 4, 1972)

9. Mordechai Bentov, Minister of Housing:

    "The entire story of the danger of extermination was invented in every detail, and exaggerated a posteriori to justify the annexation of new Arab territory."
    (Al-Hamishmar, April 14, 1971)

10. Yigal Allon, Minister of Labor and Member of Prime Minister Eshkol's Military Advisory Committee:

    "Begin and I want Jerusalem."
    (Eitan Haber, Menahem Begin: The Legend and the Man, New York: Delacorte Press, 1978 , p. 271)

11. General Meir Amit, the former head of Military Intelligence who was head of Mossad in 1967:

    "There is going to be a war. Our army is now fully mobilized. But we cannot remain in that condition for long. Because we have a civilian army our economy is shuddering to a stop. We don't have the manpower right now even to bring in the crops. Sugar beets are rotting in the earth. We have to make quick decisions... If we can get the first blow in our casualties will be comparatively light..."

    (Dennis Eisenberg, Uri Dan and Eli Landau, The Mossad: Israel's Secret Intelligence Service, New York: New American Library, 1978 , pp. 160-161.

Idaho Kid: | February 04, 2014, 02:26:49 PM

Very handy reference, Ognir.  Thanks!

yankeedoodle: | February 04, 2014, 05:30:01 PM

They launched this unprovoked attack against Egypt, and a few days later they launched an unprovoked attack against the US when they attacked the USS Liberty, and, failing to sink the Liberty, and thus, failing to get the US to annihilate Egypt, they stopped fighting.  Hence the 6-day war.  They had fucking crops in the field, and, of course, they didn't want to shed any precious jewish blood, so they initiated a surprise attack, suffering few casuaities, and then they slaughtered Americans to try to get them to fight the Egyptians, and, when that didn't work, they stopped fighting to spare precious jewish blood.  Well, thank God for their cowardice, because many Egyptians were spared, although that wasn't the plan, because the plan was to get the US to do the annihilating.

With absolutely no disrespect to the heroes of the USS Liberty, their bravery cannot be diminished by saying that it is amazing that the fucking jews couldn't sink that little undefended ship.  Thank God for that, of course.

All jews are good at are sneak attack slaughters with overwhelming force against the defenseless.  The last time they tried to fight face-to-face Hezbollah kicked the shit out of them.



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