Why is Israel so Cruel to Palestinians?
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Is Israel’s Violence Proportional?
Why Is There So Much Violence In The Middle East?
The Jewish people were despised throughout the ages. Now that they have their own land, the violence still continues. Which ultimate mechanism in the collective psyche is the cause of this?
The answer to this question seems to be easy. But is it?
- The history of this part of the world is so very complicated that this answer is almost impossible without simplifying some of the facts.
- Separating facts from emotions is yet another important aspect in answering this question.
After the Jews were massacred in Europe by the Nazis during WWII, the Zionist movement was reinforced. The cry for their own (safe) state on their original sacred ground was a logical consequence. But, unfortunately, this ground was occupied by Palestinians. Already for many centuries.
And that raises a serious question: on whose authority was this land confiscated? To answer this question the whole situation has to be stripped from any emotion.
The Israelis regard themselves as the chosen people by God, which made it easier under the slogan of a higher entity to confiscate ground from the people who lived there.
Game of Musical Chairs?
Isn't it easier to steal a chair from someone, when you are ordered to do so by someone (Yahweh) who's in charge? You're not responsible for the action, no, you're just doing what you're told to do. The Holy Book says so. It was Yahweh's wish. That's what at least what the Rabbi says. You're just a faithful puppet.
But when this someone in charge is not recognized as an authority by the one whose chair has been stolen, that person would consider this as an illegal act. So, what's the consequence of that act? That the one who's just thrown of a chair wants to have it back. In the name of another boss. Allah.
But Yahweh happens to be also the boss of the US. Sort of. Yahweh made another copy of his book and named himself Lord the Almighty, and ordered all the Protestants to grovel and bow for him as well. The Protestants are now helping the Jews.
The whole situation has nothing to do with reason. It has all to do with mindless faith of millions of will-less slaves.
This is my homeland. No one can kick me out.— Yasser Arafat
Israelis Attacking Palestinians
The Scars and Wounds of the Jews
After the war, the scars and wounds in the Jewish people were beyond any comprehension. The cause, the evil machine of Hitler and his Nazis, could not remain without consequences. It set many events into motion after WWII.
The wish to have a country of their own, where they could live and practice their religion in peace, was a logical result of the war.
The Jewish people endured much suffering throughout the history, but the collective pain body of the Jewish people was not healed after the war. It has in fact never been as big as then.
A strange phenomenon often seen in families in which children who have been abused, is that the children become abusers themselves. There is one major reason for it. The wounds haven't been healed, and these wounds become an active pain body. You can regard it as an energetic entity that feeds on pain to stay alive. It has a certain level of consciousness on its own, and doesn't want to be vanished. It feeds itself on pain, and pain alone.
There is no bigger solidarity when you have a common enemy. This is, together with an active pain body, a violent mix, with not much prospect on improvement. That is one of the perverse mechanisms at work in the Middle-East.
I have learned that the state of Israel cannot be ruled in our generation without deceit and adventurism. These are historical facts that cannot be altered.— Moshe Sharett (2nd prime minister 1954)
Are the Jews Slaves? Slaves of Whom?
Due to the relentless persecutions, hatred, scorn and ridicule, the Jewish people developed through the many centuries a huge collective pain body.
The pain has been poured into the Torah and the many traditions that comes with a Jewish upbringing. This pain body not only feeds itself now with pain and suffering from others. This pain body keeps itself alive with its own pain through all the traditions. Like the mindless traditions at the wailing wall. Complaining is food for pain...
What would Israel be without the US? It would long ago have been overrun by hordes of Muslims. The question rises - whose slave have the Jews become now?
Is it really so great to live in a country full of violence? Was it all worth to steal land from other people? Is it really worth being under constant attack of Hamas' rockets? Why do the Jewish people still choose to live under terror?
Are the Jews doing anything different than what they've done for many centuries? What is it that they cannot live somewhere in peace?
Is it because the Jews are the perfect slaves for a capitalistic system? They are skilful, smart, well educated, dedicated and disciplined.
Isn't it ideal to have a puppet on a string in the heart of an Islamic region? A puppet who fights for you? A puppet who is trained well enough to test and use the newest weapon systems?
The Jews have no reasonable answer on these questions, because their active pain body is in their way to have a clear view on this matter. They are just used. Again.
Palestinians Attacking Israelis
Why do the Jews Actively Deny the Message of Light?
The Jews only recognize the Old Testament. Jesus who was actually a Jew as well, and came with a message of Hope and Light, wasn't recognized as the Son of God. He still isn't. According to the Jews he's nothing more than a shepherd.
No, only the revengeful God of the Old Testament is the God the Jews worship. They are in fact not different than the violent Muslims who use violence in the name of the same guy but now with a white dress and a beard.
Jesus said something useful in the Sermon on the Mount. The Light is in yourself. Why are the Jews incapable to listen to these words?
Abused Become Abusers
Throughout the ages the Jewish people developed a collective pain body. This pain body feeds itself now with their own complaints as well as the pain and suffering from others.
Abused become abusers themselves. That's one of the tragedies when you aren't able to see the facts. Why doing so much pain to others when you've suffered so much yourself?
The only way out of this deadlock is to develop enough collective consciousness to look inside. This starts at an individual level.
The Wall - Similarities With Camps?
The Palestinians are now driven behind high walls with watch towers. The similarities, to what the Nazis in the early 1930s did to the Jews, and the Jews are now doing to the Palestinians are striking. Are we only seeing the beginning right now? Stage 1?
The Palestinians are now like cattle driven behind huge walls. With no prospect on a sustainable future. Aren't there any influential psychologists in Israel to see what the result of this will be on the long run? The collective pain body of the Palestinians is growing. It will look for means to feed on pain of others.
The justification of the Jews to do so is embedded in their history. They are the chosen people. And to assume this, based on just faith, is one of the biggest tragedies. Well educated people should know better. They should know that the only way out is reason. Faith won't bring you anywhere. Only to oblivion.
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