Defeating the Zionists in Palestine, West

By Vindix

One thing I’ve noticed over the years regarding the opposition to Zionism. Most of us have a fairly good understanding of the Zionist’s actions, their history, their views, what motivates them, and, we can interpret fairly effectively, decipher, if you will, the messages and suggestions which the mainstream media utilize in order to make us acquiesce in the policies and crimes committed by the Zionists and their allies. I haven’t seen much in the way of positing an alternative, nor putting forward suggestions or a plan whereby we can get from point “A”, the Zionist-dominated present, to point “B”, a non-Zionist dominated future. So in this article I hope to suggest a few things, so as to help make a few things clearer to those of us who are making effort to loosen the Zionist stranglehold upon the United States.
First, for the purpose of the article, lets identify three conditions or states which human society can take given the existence of a victim and an oppressor:

1-Those who oppress (Israel)
2-Those who are being oppressed and realize it (Palestinians)
3-Those who are being oppressed and who do not realize it. (Americans)

I’m sure that by now most educated and literate Americans know some of the forms successful resistance movements and revolutions in the past have taken, I’d just like to go over a few components or commonalities and see if they can be applied to or be relevant to our current situation.

The first ingredient would seem to me to be information. For the obvious reason that a problem cannot be solved until it is identified. If an oppressed people is unaware of what is being perpetrated upon their heads, then it doesn’t seem that they will ever be able to change their situation in a positive way. The mainstream media has been less than worthless in this regard. It has worked very hard to not only put blinders on the American people, it has worked equally as hard to keep them there. Not only to keep us in ignorance, but also to blacken, slur and isolate those of us who were willing to take upon themselves the responsibility of alerting their fellow citizens to the dangers which they were facing.
Once one has information regarding a situation or condition which needs changing, then what is next? Motivation.
After realizing you’re being screwed, it makes perfect sense to be angry. And the existence and realization of injustice provides not only a reason, but is also a
justification for, action.
The third element, or step, in this process of throwing off the shackles historically has been unity. Unity among those who see a threat or problem (after having the proper and accurate information) and among those who resolve to take action(after perceiving they are suffering from injustice). The American revolutionaries recognized this. It’s on our money. E Pluribus Unum. From many, one. How successful would the American Revolution   
have been if the participants would’ve let the British divide them by state, or class, or background? “It’s not us” , the Redcoats could’ve said. “It’s those terrorist French or those conspiracy theorist Indians, those hate criminal Spanish”.  How far do you think the Americans could’ve got with their insurrection if they would’ve listened to British attempts to divide their struggle? The Union Jack would still be flying over every government building in America if that was the case. Dividing one’s opponents by re-directing their efforts against the wrong target is a tactic that was old in the days of the Roman Empire. And, far too often, it works. Set up a false flag attack, or mount a media campaign against someone who is being inconvenient, like the Iranians, and the gullible and credulous all too often fall for it. With proper information people should be able to see through these tired old tactics and maintain the motivation and unity required to make meaningful change. Namely, a change in our foreign policy to one which suits the interests of the majority of the citizenry, instead of the interests of an alien nation.
The fourth component of victory is opportunity. Whether this is created by those in resistance or simply taken advantage of I suppose is a moot point, motivational speakers over the years have said that one should make up one’s opportunities whenever and wherever possible so I would imagine that a movement to reduce the influence of the Zionists over America would or should be no different. Creating opportunities might be as simple as creating a logo, as the disarmament movement did with the peace sign. Or as demonstrative as throwing currency from the balcony to the main trading floor on Wall Street, as the Yippies did during the Vietnam War.
One way to realize the importance of these  components of a resistance would be to consider how their opposites have led to our current condition.
Such as ignorance. An ignorance deliberately inculcated by the main tool of a Zionist oligarchy, namely, the mainstream media, for the purpose of rendering the majority, powerless.
And, apathy. An apathy not only fostered through ignorance, but an apathy which serves the cause and meets the needs of consumerism, an apathy which settles for mindless distraction of a puerile entertainment.
Along with division. Between those of differing races, nationalities and creeds. A division exploited by politics, think tanks, the media……a division using every conceivable method possible to prevent those who have been and are laboring under the boot of the oppressor from looking into each others eyes and realizing that we are the many and they are the few.
Those who are in ignorance, apathetic to conditions because they are kept deiberately in ignorance, will never be motivated to practice unity and seize and create opportunities that will free them from oppression. It is my hope that the residents of Palestine, West, also known as the United States of America, will one day wake up to their bondage and take the steps needed to free themselves.   


  1. #1 by Madame Butterfly on 05/06/2009 - 9:34

    Brilliant! With this article, Vindix, you have vindicated yourself! Keep up the good work.

  2. #2 by Xanadu on 05/06/2009 - 9:34

    …looking into each others eyes and realizing that we are the many and they are the few.

    Thanks for a most stimulating read, Vindix. There is much to chew the cud on in your article. I am not so sure, however, that the fact that we are many and they are few is necessarily going to work to our advantage.

    The Jews constitute only 3 per cent of the American population, but remember that the Brits took over India with an even smaller percentage. Before the Brits arrived, India was dominated by its upper caste, the Brahmins, who made up a mere 5 per cent of the overall Indian population.

    As for Russia in the Tsar’s time, this was dominated by the Russian nobility who made up less than 3 per cent of the Russian population, i.e., exactly the same percentage as the Jews in contemporary America.

    So it doesn’t need a LOT of people, Vindix, to dominate the majority. One shephered and a couple of sheepdogs is enough to dominate a thousand sheep!

  3. #3 by Ruth Bernstein on 05/07/2009 - 9:34

    Another essay from the evil pen of Vindix the Vile! Why this man bothers to spread his brand of anti-Zionist animosity all over the internet is a mystery to me.

    He is a great one for sorting out the world, this Vindix. He has a prescription for every ill afflicting mankind. “Do this,” he babbles, “and your problems will be solved!” — “Do that, and I guarantee you instant happiness!”

    Like hell, Vindix, like hell you have all the answers! Ever heard of the blind leading the blind?

    Numbskull! Nincompoop! Potential terrorist!

  4. #4 by Ruth Bernstein on 05/07/2009 - 9:34

    You should have more respect for Jews, Vindix.

    I have gone through your essay with a toothcomb, looking for ONE nice positive reference to the Jews. I am sorry to say I’ve been unable to find a SINGLE word of praise for my persecuted people. You should be ashamed of yourself.

    Just because you write well and can put sentences together in a diabolically clever way, that is no excuse for your negative attitude to Israel and its beleagured people.

    Not a day goes by but we tremble in fear at the existential threat posed to us by Iran. That maniac Ahmadinejad has threatrened to wipe us off the map, drive us into the sea, and grind our bones into talcum powder — and all you do is attack us.

    Vile Vindix, be cursèd forever!

  5. #5 by Ferd on 05/08/2009 - 9:34

    beleaguered people? with 400 nuclear weapons at your disposal and being the 4th largest and most powerful army in the world?

    the only people being persecuted now are the Palestinians while you Jews are being protected and defended by all the western govt’s, silencing dissent on the so-called holocaust, keeping silent on the ongoing genocide in Palestine and having the most influential lobby in the US to grant all of israel’s desires and to to the detriment of the American people and yet you call yourselves a beleaguered people? you people never had it so good whilst claiming and stealing land that never was yours and having a bully country to defend your despicable and cowardly crimes against the Palestinians!!!

    you call Vindx’s writing diabolically clever but you people adhere to the teachings of the Talmud, the most racist, degenerate and diabolical book ever written.

    The American people have every right to defend themselves of your parasitic and destructive hold on the US.

    Ruth Bernstein, don’t take in so much ecstasy pills as it tends to make you warp the truth in all places.

  6. #6 by Ruth Bernstein on 05/08/2009 - 9:34

    I’m really quite a nice person. You gotta get to know me first. I mean, my rabbi thinks I’m just great.

  7. #7 by Vindix on 05/09/2009 - 9:34

    It’s true that the percentage of Jews in the US is small, but it’s a much smaller percentage from that 3% who are responsible for the problem. In other words, not all Jews support what Israel does. It’s also true that there are decent Israelis who do not support the actions of their government.
    Those who are anti-Zionist-and, Jewish, I see as valuable allies in the struggle against their co-religionists who perpetrate crimes and then hide behind their religion.
    My efforts are not against a people, rather, they are directed against an attitude.
    We Americans have our own problems, in our own country. I’d like to see America solve those instead of meddling in the Middle East.

  8. #8 by Ancient Mariner on 05/09/2009 - 9:34

    “It’s also true that there are decent Israelis who do not support the actions of their government. Those who are anti-Zionist, and Jewish, I see as valuable allies in the struggle…”

    An anti-Zionist Jew who choses to live in a Zionist state built on stolen land is surely a contradiction in terms? A bit like a teetotaller working in a bar or a vegetarian in a butcher’s shop.

  9. #9 by Xanadu on 05/09/2009 - 9:34

    “It is my hope that the residents of Palestine, West, also known as the United States of America, will one day wake up to their bondage and take the steps needed to free themselves.”

    Perhaps you could develop this idea in a future essay, Vindix.

    What steps must Americans take to free themselves from bondage to organized Jewry? And what must America, a Jewish colony, do free its from the Jewish Empire?

    Two relevant articles you might like to read:–America-as-Jewish-Colony.php–Olmert-reveals-USA-is-Jewish-Colony.php

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