April 15th, 2010
Mr. Sami Jamil Jadallah commented to the article:
“What I do not understand is the shameful reaction of the Palestinian government and leadership to such decision. We all know the PLO/PA/Fatah all have a contract to manage the Jewish Occupation for Israel,”
A Palestinian in Diaspora calling the House of Negroe for what it is. A good first step of courage. We all know what we all know – bringing it to the lips publicly is nevertheless a baby-step of courage. Thank you.
Let's have Palestinians on Ground Zero do the same – the people who actually matter in this on-going conquest as the grotesque map in the article above accurately betrays – and unfortunately, they won't last until the morrow at the hands of the House Negroes serving the occupation.
“however Israel has been committing daily violations of the contract and the Palestinian leadership that signed those contracts simply does nothing about it, other than condemn such actions.” -- Sami Jamil Jadallah
Cleaning the House of Negroe will take engineering, of 'mens et manus', of the same order as the construction of Der Judenstatd.
Power only respects power, not platitudes, not morality, and certainly not the anguish nor the genocide of a people.
Overcoming the Palestinian House of Negroe with 'Mens et Manus' is a sine qua non [for] even beginning to wage an effective struggle whose landscape no longer looks like the one depicted in the map above:
Otherwise, we, the Palestinians as well as the friends of Palestine, daily rehearse the Zionists' newest atrocity with the eloquence of a narrator on stage while the “history's actors” have already moved on ex post facto to create a new reality on the ground which subsequently becomes irreversible:
'We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality — judiciously, as you will — we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.' — Senior Bush Advisor, The New York Times, October 17, 2004 [ http://tinyurl.com/machiavellian ]
The counter to “history's actors” is not more narratives [of Israel's latest atrocity] – but the courage of 'mens et manus' to clean house. The baby step towards it is surely to call a spade a spade. So thanks Sami.
But beyond that, beyond calling a spade a spade, I do not know the HOW; just what medicine is required.
If I knew the HOW, like where to get it or how to engineer it myself, I would be doing the same in Pakistan – and giving it to the occupied people of Palestine as well as the United States for free.
And that therefore, is the collective task before us – 'mens et manus'.
Zahir's Response to 'Ethnic Cleansing by any other name' – History's Actors and Machiavelli April 15 2010