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Is Israel the Historical Homeland for Zionist Jews?
Gabor Maté and His Generational Trauma
Did Jews really flee to Israel because of European anti-semitism? Or did Europeans rather become nationalistic in response to the Jews’ century-long ethnocentrism? In other words, was perhaps Semitism the real cause of European anti-semitism? And did Zionist Jews establish Israel to help restore their competitive position vis-á-vis European nationalism?
In a video interview with Russell Brand, Canadian physician Gabor Maté admitted to being a Zionist. Maté reasons that the Jews were being discriminated against by European anti-semites, and the only solution to this anti-semitism was for Jews to be allowed to found their own state.
But is that what really happened? In a shattering review of Judaism by Israel Shahak titled Jewish History, Jewish Religion, the author maintains that European Jews were once the most closed, most ethnocentric people living on the European continent.
During the Jewish emancipation, European authorities gradually forced the closed Jewish communities to open up, to become integral parts of the societies they were living in.
Rather than anti-semitism, was it perhaps the Jewish emancipation that initially undermined the European Jews’ competitive position? No longer closed off, Jews, an extremely ethnocentric people, with a religion proclaiming their supremacy over non-Jews, weren’t keen on being made “equal” to those around them they deemed so deeply inferior.
Many Jewish poets living in Germany and Austria, for example, went to great lengths to mock and ridicule the rural German folk. The urban “sophisticated” Jews could never hide their disdain for the local plebs. Perhaps the hate the Germans felt during the 1930s had already been sown during the decades of ridicule before.
Ethnocentric Jewish supremacists, using the Old Testament (Pentateuch) as their legitimization to treat others as cattle, have been a century-long scorn on European populations. For a long time, Europeans didn’t know how to deal with these people, for they weren’t even aware of the fact they were being exploited by them.
When Europeans finally became consciously and culturally aware of their position as a maltreated majority (cattle), they began to get organized. The many German nations (up to 600 fragmented little princedoms and kingdoms), for example, were finally united into a single Germany by around the 1870s under the visionary leadership of Otto von Bismarck, the German Founder.
From the unification of Germany ultimately arose a mustache man as well as the history we are all familiar with.
I think the ethnocentric Jews eventually realized they could no longer compete with Europeans, due to the aforementioned two reasons, namely:
the Jewish emancipation had undermined Jewish ethnocentrism,
European nationalism was now able to compete with what remained of Jewish ethnocentrism.
And so, in order to restore their power and competitiveness, Jewish supremacists were forced to establish a nation of their own: Zion (Israel). But there was one final problem: the Jews “lacked an apparatus for wielding control over non-Jews”.
Because that apparatus is called “weaponizing accusations of anti-semitism”. The memory of the Holocaust has been perverted to serve the State of Israel.