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Should the U.N. recreate the State of Khazaria? V1.1
Should the U.N. recreate the State of Khazaria? V1.1

First posted 29 January 2019; Updated 20 March 2019

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. The Fate Of The Israeli State
3. The Future Of The European Ashkenazis: Khazaria
4. Conclusion

1. Introduction

If the goal is to end the 70 years old ongoing Middle East conflict, it is not by vowing total annihilation only, that one could end this.

As taught by Master Sun Tzu, it is mostly unwise to deal with a "cornered fox" by denying him all options of retreating, but instead:

“Build your opponent a golden bridge to retreat across”
- Sun Tzu, The Art of War, circa  544 BC-   496 BC

2. The Fate Of The Israeli State

Quote:'Jewish state' will soon cease to exist, Israelis may flee to West: Zionist historian

Fri Jan 18, 2019

Influential Zionist historian Benny Morris, professor of the Middle East studies department of the Israeli Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, has foreseen a bleak future for the Zionist establishment.

"Already today there are more Arabs than Jews between the [Mediterranean] sea and the Jordan. The whole territory is unavoidably becoming one state with an Arab majority," said Morris in an interview published by the Israeli Haaretz newspaper on Thursday.

"Israel still calls itself a Jewish state, but a situation in which we rule an occupied people that has no rights, can not persist in the 21st century, in the modern world. And as soon as they do have rights, the state will no longer be Jewish," added Morris.

"I do not see how we get out of it."

Morris, who was injured by an Egyptian artillery shell in 1969, was discharged from the military to eventually become one of Israel’s influential historians.

Describing himself as a staunch "left-winger" and "Zionist," Morris is part of a controversial group of Israeli revisionist historians, openly admitting to and defending events like the 1948 expulsion of Palestinians that is today remembered as the Nakba Day.

"A Jewish state would not have come into being without the uprooting of 700,000 Palestinians. Therefore it was necessary to uproot them. There was no choice but to expel that population," said Morris in an interview with Haaretz in 2004.

Today, however, Morris believes Israel faces a bleak future considering Arabs' non-integration in Israel and their larger population.

"The Palestinians look at everything from a broad, long-term perspective. They see that at the moment, there are five-six-seven million Jews here, surrounded by hundreds of millions of Arabs," the historian said in the Thursday interview.

"They have no reason to give in, because the Jewish state can not last."

Morris further envisions how an Israel dominated by Arabs will slowly disintegrate.  

"The Arabs will demand the return of the refugees. The Jews will remain a small minority within a large Arab sea of Palestinians,” the historian said.

"Those among the Jews who can, will flee to America and the West [to avoid persecution]."

Many Jews, however, have rejected the Zionist concept of Israel being a legitimate Jewish state, dismissing Morris’s understanding, which pits Jews against Arabs.


3. The Future Of The European Ashkenazis: Khazaria

As the Jewish state will soon cease to exist, Israelis instead of fleeing back to the West which has proved historically to be mostly deadly over 2000 years, could look northtward.

Therefore, they should leave the Native Americans' and Palestinians' soil by refounding their lost homeland of Khazaria, with its historical capital at Atil, that was destroyed by the barbarian Viking invaders lead by Sviatoslav I, in 969.

As taught the hard way by centuries of cohabitation with Europeans, one's self defence can never depend on others.

Most rational and compassionate people alike, could support such a legitimate quest and inalienable right. Let the U.N. decides.

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1. The future of the Ashkenazis, by refounding the lost homeland of Khazaria.

4. Conclusion

The U.S. Dystopian Empire is known to rely for its survival on its 20,000 orbital military satellites, of which probably 90% are constituated of psychotronic-type.

And this since having taken over the world, even before the dust of WWII could settle, in a surprise and most treacherous unprovoked attack, with a fleet of orbital psychotronic (mind-control) satellites from outer space.

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▲ 2. Pax Americana, circa ~1947AD: The WWIII started when rogue U.S. splinter forces invaded Europe, even before the dust of WWII could settle, in a surprise and most treacherous unprovoked attack, with a fleet of 20,000 orbital psychotronic (mind-control) satellites from outer space.

Therefore, the U.S. Dystopian Empire needs to engineer unending artificial conflicts and crises in order to survive, and hide behind useful puppet nations.

In this regard, the first to have correctly explained the Empire's strategy of survival, right after its takeover of the World, was George Orwell in his dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949).

Directed particles are the sole monopoly of the overlord, while bombs and bullets are only intended for the enslaved humans, in killing each others inside this new Roman Colloseum called Pax Americana, to the greater benefits of the U.S. hegemon.

Conflicts created or simply further fueled, include the now defunct East-West cold war, the Indian-Pakistani, India-P.R.China, P.R.China-R.O.China, North Korea-South Korea, Arab–Israeli conflicts, etc.

By relocating the remaining Israelis to a future Central Asian State, would not really impair the Dystopian Empire's global need for regional confrontations, as the Saudi-Irani rivalry has already recently turned into an armed conflict.

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