Tuesday, May 25, 2010

ZIONISM IS NOT JEWISH TZIONUT

Zionism is NOT Jewish Tzionut from Doreen Dotan on Vimeo.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Zionism is Not Jewish Tzionut

Glorious things of thee are spoken,
Zion, city of our God
is the opening lines of the German national anthem.

Read the rest of the hegemonic and megalomaniacal poem, which has been the German national anthem since 1922, here:
http://www.seanet.com/~raines/nazis.html

The following is excerpted from Wikipedia:
"Das Deutschlandlied ("The Song of Germany") also known as "Das Lied der Deutschen" or "The Song of the Germans"), has been used wholly or partially as the national anthem of Germany since 1922. The music was written by Joseph Haydn in 1797 as an anthem for the birthday of the Austrian Emperor Francis II of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1841, the German linguist and poet August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben wrote the lyrics of "Das Lied der Deutschen" to Haydn's melody, lyrics that were considered revolutionary at the time.
The song is as well-known by the opening words and refrain of the first stanza, "Deutschland über alles" (Germany above all)…
In 1945, after the end of World War II, singing Das Lied der Deutschen and other symbols used by Nazi Germany were banned for some time by the Allies.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutschlandlied
-and- read Jerusalem by Wm. Blake in which you'll see that Zionism calls for the usurpation of Yerushalayim on the part of the Europeans and the building of "Jerusalem", according to their Xian conception of it, in Europe.

http://www.poetry-archive.com/b/jerusalem.html

And, BTW, the self-hating Jewish Vatican agent Theodore Herzl, "the father of Zionism", was born in Pest to a Jewish family originally from Zemun, Austrian Empire (politically, city of Zemun is in Serbia today). He was second child of Jeanette and Jakob Herzl, who were German-speaking, assimilated Jews. Herzl had minimal interest in Judaism as a child, consistent with his parents’ lax adherence to the Jewish tradition. His mother relied more on German humanist Kultur than Jewish ethics. Instead of a Bar Mitzvah, Herzl’s thirteenth birthday was advertised a “confirmation”. To be sure, he grew up as a “thoroughly emancipated, antitraditional, secular, would-be German boy” who dismissed all religion, and spoke of Judaism with “mocking cynicism.” He exhibited a secularist disdain toward religion, which he saw as uncivilized. Even after becoming interested in The Jewish question, Herzl's writing retained traces of Jewish self-contempt.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodor_Herzl

When he said "Zionism" what he meant was the "Zionism" of 'Das Deutschlandlied'. (the German national anthem).

Doreen Ellen Bell-Dotan, Tzfat, Israel
DoreenDotan@gmail.com

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Thursday, May 06, 2010

THE WISE WILL UNDERSTAND.

THERE IS NO POINT IN EXPLAINING TO THOSE WHO CAN'T SEE FOR THEMSELVES.