Saturday, April 16, 2016

Tel-Aviv, Palestine: Why So Surprised?

מוצש״ק פר׳ מצרע תשע״ו
Why not expect a German company to wipe Israel from the map, or at the very least, make a ridiculous "mistake" such as this?

עשו שונא ליעקב.
Esau hates Ya'aqov.

...the multifaceted Esau being the ancestor of the West, Christians and libertine progressives alike.

Whether desiring the domination of Israel, or its assimilation into a globalist society of Western progressives, potential Jewish sovereignty over the Land, stands in the way of its ultimate objective.

Meanwhile Palestinian Pseudostinian Arabs have publicly declared Tel-Aviv to be part of Palestine, as much as Jerusalem, Hevron, or Shchem (which they call Nablus). Just look at the maps, embedded in the emblems, below.
Fata"h Party Emblem
PLO Emblem
worn by Arafat ysh"w

As a matter of fact, North Tel-Aviv, including Tel-Aviv University, was built on top of the conquered (I'm not afraid to say the word "conquered.") Arab village of Sheikh Munis. But, we're not allowed to talk about that.

Hamas Emblem
However, when forced to talk about it...

"But, that was won in Israel's War of Independence?!" 

"The United Nations gave us permission!"

"And, we wanted the Arabs to stay!"

Typical co-dependent, pseudo-Zionist, Labor Zionist hasbarah response,...to pretty much everything.

If you bother to look, you will find videos of Arabs, so-called ISRAELI ARABS, teaching their children. Do you really think they don't include Tel-Aviv in this list? That they'll allow it to remain an isolated island of what's left of Israel? Seriously?

PA President Mahmud Abbas's Vision of Pseudostine
So, back to Germany, why would think that it's that big of a stretch from manifestations of B'nei Yisma'el's envy to Esau's envy?

Both are koferim, deniers of Torah truth (Mishneh Torah, Hil. Teshuvah 3:17 [8]). Our tradition suggests that both are going to fight for the Land they see as theirs, and Israel will get stuck in the middle. We have already seen hints and build-ups to this in various times in history: The Crusades, The Battle of Vienna (1683), The Gulf Wars.

The only difference is that Esau (The West) had been sneakier about it.

If you were surprised by this "mistake" on a package to Israel, which said "Palestinian Territory" instead, the you ain't seen nothin' yet!

3 comments:

DS said...

I have to say, Esser Agoroth: we think the same. i agree with most of your posts.

Shavuah Tov and Chag Sameach.

Esser Agaroth said...

Thanks, DS!

You, too,...on all counts!

DS said...

Thanks, Esser Agoroth; glad to know!

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