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The History of Israel
by Anonymiss Eve

The vision of the Zionist state of Israel would get catapulted forward during the Great War and
by the efforts of Theodore Herzl (1860-1904) with the fulfillment of support for a "national
home" for the Jews in Palestine from the government of the greatest empire in the world.

Theodore Herzl offered a focus for a Zionist movement founded in Odessa in 1881, which
spread rapidly through the Jewish communities of Russia, and small branches which had
sprung up in Germany, England and elsewhere. This timeline, at the link below, which features
the Balfour Declaration for its introduction, shows how, with diligence, Israel became a nation
for Jews with Zionist at the helm, and Palestine as its home.

The Balfour Declaration “…may be the most extraordinary document produced by any
Government in world history. It took the form of a letter from the Government of His Britannic
Majesty King George the Fifth, the Government of the largest empire the world has even
known, on which -- once upon a time -- the sun never set; a letter to an international financier
of the banking house of Rothschild who had been made a peer of the realm.

Arthur Koestler wrote that in the letter "one nation solemnly promised to a second nation the
country of a third." More than that, the country was still part of the Empire of a fourth, namely
Turkey.” It was decided by Lord Allenby that the "Declaration" should not then be published in
Palestine where his forces were still south of the Gaza-Beersheba line. This was not done until
after the establishment of the Civil Administration in 1920.

Then why was the Balfour Declaration made a year before the end of what was called The
Great War? "The people" were told at the time that it was given as a return for a debt of
gratitude which they were supposed to owe to the Zionist leader (and first President of Israel),
Chaim Weizman, a Russian-born immigrant to Britain from Germany who was said to have
invented a process of fermentation of horse chestnuts into scarce acetone for production of
high explosives by the Ministry of Munitions. This horse chestnut propaganda production was
not dislodged from the mass mind by the short bursts of another story which was used officially
between the World Wars.

So let us dig into the records and bury the chestnuts forever. To know where to explore we
must stand back from the event and look over some parts of the relevant historical
background. The terrain is extensive and the mud deep, so I shall try to proceed by pointing
out markers.

From the link to the timeline with all sources provided:
http://
www.ihr.org/jhr/v06/v06p389_John.html

Here is another helpful timeline:
http://
www.ifamericansknew.org/history/maps.html

History of the U.S.A.
by Anonymiss Eve

Colonization of North America
Since 1492, European explorers and settlers have tended to ignore the vast diversity of the people who had
previously lived here. It soon became common to lump all such groups under the term "Indian." In the modern
American world, we still do. There are certain experiences common to the survivors of these tribes. They all have
had their lands compromised in some way and suffered the horrors of reservation life.
Stereotyping Indians in this way denies the vast cultural differences between tribes.
For examples of the vast differences between the tribes ‘First Nations Histories
(revised 10.11.06)’ is a great compilation.
See: http://
www.tolatsga.org/Compacts.html

Please Note:
There is a small graphic logo available on this page
for anyone wishing to use it for the purposes of
linking back to the First Nations
Compact Histories. http://
www.dickshovel.com/Compacts.html

American Indians Timeline
See: http://www.timelines.ws/countries/AMERIND_B.HTML

It is important that students of history explore tribal nuances. Within every continent, there is tremendous
diversity. The tribal differences that caused the Apache and Navajo peoples to fight each other are not so
different from the reasons Germans fought the French. Recognizing tribal diversity is an important step in
understanding the history of America.
Respect for the Native Indians and their Identity
Someone (of course) has already asked "What's wrong with having our (non-Indian kids) play dress-up and make
these little play-toys?" A long, thoughtful answer to this question is in several essays in the (currently) out of print
book that is still in many libraries: Through Indian Eyes: The Native Experience in Books for Children. The bottom
line is that Indian identity isn't a play-role. Our Indian kids who help make outfits for powwows (and other items)
learn authentic methods, and will proudly wear these items in authentic community events. It is part of their lives,
not a play-time time-out from life.
See: http://
hanksville.net/maps/houses/housingmap.html

When one takes into account that the true history of the European invasion of the Americas, which relates the
barbaric attacks against all of the First Nation civilizations of the two Continents, which were, in the face of far
superior European armaments, almost helpless to defend themselves, is mostly unavailable, the before
mentioned statement is understandable. The true history, which is not taught in schools, but is readily available if
desired, relates that over the passage of time these barbaric assaults resulted in many Indigenous civilizations
being exterminated altogether, and the remaining civilizations reduced to near ruin, millions dead, virtually all of
their territorial lands, resources, and property stolen, and most survivors today living in destitution. In place of the
truth, we get a diet of lies, which is willful blindness on the part of the descendants of the invaders. But this can
now be changed, we ourselves can collect the truth, and teach the truth, in particular to our own Peoples.

The origins of the Doctrine of Discovery can be traced back to a Papal Bull (proclamation) issued by Pope
Nicholas V in 1452. In it he proclaimed that it was permissible for Christians to claim lands held by non-Christians
because only Christians were entitled to hold lands. In 1493, one year after the barbarian Christopher Columbus
got lost and landed in the Americas, Pope Alexander VI extended to Spain the right for it to conquer newly-found
lands by issuing the papal bull Inter Caetera. This was after Christopher Columbus had already begun
appropriating for Spain the lands of the Indigenous People of the Americas. Arguments between Portugal and
Spain led to the Treaty of Tordesillas, which clarified that only non-Christian lands could thus be taken, as well as
drawing a line of demarcation to allocate potential discoveries between the two powers. It must be noted that in
spite of their hatred for the Catholic Church, European Protestant Nations adopted the warped Bulls of the Popes
with great enthusiasm, and applied them as enthusiastically as the Catholics did when stealing Indigenous lands.
See: http://
www.danielnpaul.com/AmericanIndianGenocide.html

This is a great source of information with related links to other sites.
Use the “drop down” menu at the top of the page right under “back, home and next” buttons:
http://
www.ushistory.org/us/1.asp

From the site above as well: The joint-stock company was the forerunner of the modern corporation. In a joint-
stock venture, stock was sold to high net-worth investors who provided capital and had limited risk. These
companies had proven profitable in the past with trading ventures. The risk was small, and the returns were fairly
quick.
See: http://
www.ushistory.org/us/2b.asp

This is another timeline with lots of information about colonization:
http://
www.historyplace.com/unitedstates/revolution/rev-early.htm

Information about the Dutch Colonization of North America:
http://
www.nps.gov/nr/travel/kingston/colonization.htm

The Library of Congress contribution to the subject:
http://
www.americaslibrary.gov/jb/colonial/jb_colonial_subj.html

A comparison of the Spanish, French and English Colonies:
http://
www.granburyisd.
org/cms/lib/tx01000552/centricity/domain/287/fact_sheet_u1_comparison_of_eng_fr_sp_col.pdf

How the Magna Carta was instrumental in the composition of the Declaration of Independence
Before penning the Declaration of Independence--the first of the American Charters of Freedom--in 1776, the
Founding Fathers searched for a historical precedent for asserting their rightful liberties from King George III and
the English Parliament. They found it in a gathering that took place 561 years earlier on the plains of Runnymede,
not far from where Windsor Castle stands today. There, on June 15, 1215, an assembly of barons confronted a
despotic and cash-strapped King John and demanded that traditional rights be recognized, written down,
confirmed with the royal seal, and sent to each of the counties to be read to all freemen. The result was Magna
Carta--a momentous achievement for the English barons and, nearly six centuries later, an inspiration for angry
American colonists.
See: http://
www.archives.gov/exhibits/featured-documents/magna-carta/legacy.html

Timelines up to, including and the victory of the American Revolution:
http://
www.historyplace.com/unitedstates/revolution/index.html









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