The racist Zionist organization in Great Britain
Racist Herzl in London - racist Zionist associations and racist Zionist leaders in racist Empire Great Britain - racist Zionist leader Chaim Weizmann in London and his racist Zionist "friends" manipulating London for a "Balfour Declaration" - abuse of Jewish youth for racist Zionist "youth movements" - Commonwealth idea - racist Herzl Israel since 1948 - fund rising of 1967 for Six-Day War
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971), Zionism, vol. 16, col. 1118: [[Racist]] Zionist rally in protest against the Passfield White Paper, London, 1930. On the platform, left to right, are [[racist Zionist leaders]]: Rebecca Sieff, Leib Jaffe, Muarice Perlzweig, J.K. Goldbloom, Vera Weizmann, Chaim Weizmann, Nahum Sokolow, Lavy Bakstansky, Selig Brodetsky, Morris Myer, A. Marcus, Lazar Barth, Berthold Feiwel, Yoseph Sprinzak. Courtesy Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem.
from: Zionism; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 16
presented by Michael Palomino (2008)
Racist Zionist madness says that Jewry would be a "nation" which is never possible because Jewry is a religion. Add to this the Arabs were never asked if a "Jewish State" would be built. But many Jews believed the Jewish racist Zionists and warmongers, called "Zionists" with it's racist Herzl booklet "The Jewish State". Zionist racism is legal until now (2008) and their racist books like "The Jewish State" from racist Herzl are not forbidden...]
[Racist Herzl psychosis in London - racist Zionist associations - racist Zionist leaders in racist Empire Great Britain]
[[The article is concentrated on England. Scotland and Ireland - also part of "Great Britain" - are never mentioned]].
<There were many Jewish and non-Jewish [[naive]] forerunners of the [[racist]] Zionist idea and supporters of Jewish settlement in Palestine, as well as an active group of Hovevei (Ḥovevei) Zion (see *Hibbat (Ḥibbat) Zion), in Great Britain. Thus, [[racist]] political Zionism appeared on the [[racist]] British scene very early. It was in London that [[racist]] Theodor Herzl made his first Zionist speech (at the Maccabean Club in November 1895) and outlined his [[racist]] program in an article in the [[racist]] Jewish Chronicle, in January 1896, before the publication of [[the racist Herzl booklet]] Der Judenstaat [["The Jewish State", translated word for word: "The Jew State", with the indication that all Arabs should be driven away and enslaved]]. He was received with great reservations not only by the Jewish establishment, but even by some of the Hovevei (Ḥovevei) Zion. On his next visit, in July 1896, he addressed a mass meeting in the East end and received an enthusiastic response. Among his first supporters and followers were the Sephardi Haham Moses *Gaster, the Hebrew teacher Ephraim Ish-Kishor, the already (col. 1116)
famous writer Israel Zangwill, and Jacob *de Haas, followed soon after by Joseph *Cowen, Leopold *Greenberg, and Leopold *Kessler. In March 1898 Hovevei (Ḥovevei) Zion in [[racist]] Britain joined the [[racist]] Zionist movement mainly under the influence of Herbert *Bentwich and Albert *Goldsmid. As a consequence, the Second [[racist]] Zionist Congress (1898) was attended by 15 delegates from Britain, compared to eight at the First [[racist]] Congress. IN January 1899 the English [[racist]] Zionist Federation was founded, with Sir Francis Abraham Montefiore, a grand-nephew of Sir Moses Montefiore, elected the first president of the Federation. [[Racist]] Herzl, who from the beginning believed in British support for [[racist]] Zionism, registered the Jewish Colonial Trust as a British corporation (1899), and in 1900 convoked the Fourth [[racist]] Zionist Congress in London, the only Congress during his lifetime not held in Basle. "From here the [[racist]] Zionist idea will soon soar higher and higher", [[racist]] Herzl declared in his opening speech. Most British [[racist]] Zionists supported [[racist]] Herzl in the controversy over the Uganda Scheme, while Jacob K. *Goldbloom, one of [[racist]] Herzl's first followers, led the opposition. The [[racist]] Zionist movement in Britain suffered a severe blow when Zangwill seceded, in 1905, and founded the Jewish Territorial Organization.
[[The Arabs were not asked...]]
[Racist Zionist leader Chaim Weizmann in racist Empire England - and his racist Zionist friends - the first statement for a "Home for the Jewish people in Palestine" in 1915]
In 1904 [[racist Zionist leader]] Chaim Weizmann settled in [[racist Empire]] England, having received a position at the University of Manchester, and soon gathered around him a group of devoted [[racist]] Zionists who later distinguished themselves in the [[racist]] British and world movement, notably Simon *Marks, Israel *Sieff, Harry *Sacher, and Leon *Simon. In 1914 [[racist Zionist leader]] Weizmann became vice-president of the [[racist]] Zionist Federation (under Joseph Cowen as president).
World War I opened new political perspectives. An advisory committee on [[racist]] Zionist political activity was formed, composed of [[the racist Zionists]] Nahum Sokolow and Yehiel (Yeḥiel) Tschlenow (members of the world Executive who had moved to London), [[the racist Zionists]] Cowen, Weizmann, Gaster, and Bentwich. the [[racist]] Zionist Federation became an important factor in these activities. In 1915 it organized a petition demanding "the establishment of a publicly recognized and legally secured Home for the Jewish people in Palestine, as formulated by the [[racist]] Zionist Congress in Basle in 1897". The petition was signed by 77,000 adults out of a total Jewish population of about 300,000. In January 1917 [[racist Zionist leader]] Cowen resigned from the presidency of the [[racist]] Zionist Federation to make way for [[racist Zionist leader]] Weizmann.
[Racist Zionist leaders from continental Europe in London during WWI - sharp anti-Zionism in London - Balfour Declaration - London becomes capital of racist world Zionism]
In their struggle for British support for the [[racist]] Zionist goals, the leaders of the movement were enthusiastically supported by the federation and advised and supported by [[racist]] Zionists from abroad who spent the war years in [[racist colonial]] London, like [[the racist Zionist leaders]] Ahad (Aḥad) Ha-Am and Vladimir Jabotinsky, as well as by some British Jews of high social standing, most notably [[the racist Zionists]] Herbert Samuel and Lord Rothschild.
Chief Rabbi Joseph Herman *Hertz came out as a supporter of [[racist]] Zionism, in remarkable contrast to his predecessor Herman Adler, who had denounced [[racist]] Zionism as a fantasy. Still, anti-Zionist sentiments were so strong in the Jewish establishment that the presidents of the Board of Deputies and of the Anglo-Jewish Association, D.L. Alexander and Claude Montefiore, respectively, publicly repudiated [[racist]] Zionist aims in the name of their organizations. The sharp protest by the followers and sympathizers of [[racist]] Zionist forced Alexander to resign. Lord Rothschild accepted the honorary presidency of the [[racist]] Zionist Federation and so became the address of the Balfour Declaration. At the first [[racist]] Zionist World Conference after the war, held in London in 1920, [[racist Zionist leader]] Weizmann was elected president of the [[racist]] World Zionist Organization and the seat of the Executive and of the main instruments of the movement were formally established in London, which thus became the capital of [[racist]] world Zionism.
[Racist Zionism becoming stronger in British Jewry 1919-1939 - abuse of Jewish youth for racist Zionist "youth movements"]
During the 30 years of British administration in Palestine [[1919-1948]], the activities of the [[racist]] Zionist movement in Great Britain were of utmost importance for the work and struggle of the [[racist]] Zionist Executive, by providing mass support in the political, financial, and cultural fields. [[Racist]] Zionist influence within British Jewry increased. In 1929 the Board of Deputies joined the enlarged Jewish Agency for Palestine as a constituent body. IN 1939 Selig *Brodetsky, a member of the [[racist]] Zionist Federation, was elected president of the Board of Deputies, and since then only [[racist]] Zionists or staunch supporters of [[racist Herzl]] Israel have served in that capacity.
[[Racist]] Zionist youth movements developed, and there was a significant aliyah [[emigration to Palestine]] from [[racist Empire]] Britain. At the 21st [[racist]] Congress (in 1939) [[racist Empire]] Great Britain was represented by 15 delegates, eight representing the [[racist]] Federation (General Zionists), three [[racist]] Po'alei Zion, three [[racist]] Mizrachi, and one the [[racist]] Jewish State Party. The Revisionists, who at that time had already seceded from the [[racist]] World Zionist Organization, also moved their headquarters to London, which (col. 1117)
was the seat of the [[racist]] Zionist-led European Executive of the World Jewish Congress, as well.
[[The Arabs are not mentioned. The Jewish refugees 1933-1941 from Continental Europe are not mentioned, and German bombs killing Jews in Britain are not mentioned]].
[1944: Statement for a Jewish state within British Commonwealth - racist Zionist Herzl Israel since 1948 - British policy reduced in the Middle East]
In 1944 the the Board of Deputies embraced the Biltmore Program by adopting a resolution calling for the establishment of a Jewish state in undivided Palestine, hopefully within the framework of the British Commonwealth. During the years of the struggle and resistance of the yishuv [[Jews in Palestine before 1948]] after World War II, preceding the independence of [[racist Zionist Herzl]] Israel, [[racist Empire]] British Zionists took a courageous stand against their government.
[[It seems that racist British Zionists defended illegal immigration and the war actions of Haganah against the British and against the Arabs. The Arabs are never asked, and racist Zionist Jewish Haganah and other Jewish terror groups are not mentioned...]]
After the establishment of the [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] State of Israel,
[[This racist Herzl Israel was without official borderline definition. The Arabs were never asked or are never mentioned in the article although the English government delivered the Arab troops with arms against racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel...]]
Great Britain naturally lost its central position in the [[racist]] Zionist world [[which was taken over by "US" racist Zionists]], but [[racist]] British Zionists - under the direction of Lavy Bakstansky - continued to distinguish themselves by their generous support of [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel and their increasing influence within the Jewish community of Great Britain.
[Six-Day War and "Emergency Campaign" of 1967]
The achievement of raising £11,000,000 in the Emergency Campaign of 1967 (as compared with £2,600,000 raised the year before), as well as the fact that within a few days about 10,000 volunteers for [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel enlisted, about 2,000 of whom actually arrived in [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel, is worthy of note. The most impressive achievement within the framework of the community is the establishment of a network of [[racist]] Zionist day schools since 1953. In 1969 ten [[racist Zionist]] schools were operating with an enrollment of over 5,000 pupils.
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