Israel is “Pure Evil” says Israeli Writer

henrymakow.com — Sept 27, 2016

gideon-levyStands to reason that Israel, the capital of the Masonic Jew World Order, would reveal its true character.
Gideon Levy (and Amira Hass,_ who is also on Ha’aretz), are the only remaining journalists in Israel who have dedicated themselves to stopping the move to the racist far-right in Israel.  Unsurprisingly, both are heavily  criticized by the (left wing?) Israeli Labour Party and under constant attack by nationalists.  They have to put up with constant death and other physical threats in this, the ‘only democracy in the Middle East.’

by Gideon Levy —  Stop Living in Denial; Israel Is an Evil State (henrymakow.com)

Israeli children write messageson artillary shells to be fired into Gaza and the West Bank. Click to enlarge

Israeli children write messageson artillary shells to be fired into Gaza and the West Bank. Click to enlarge

After we’ve cited nationalism and racism, hatred and contempt for Arab life, the security cult and resistance to the occupation, victimhood and messianism, one more element must be added without which the behavior of the Israeli occupation regime cannot be explained: Evil. Pure evil. Sadistic evil. Evil for its own sake. Sometimes, it’s the only explanation.
Eva Illouz described its signs (“Evil now,” Haaretz Hebrew edition, July 30). Her essay, which challenges the idea of the banality of evil, considers the national group as the source of the evil. Using philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein’s concept, she finds a “family resemblance” between the Israeli occupation and history’s evil regimes. This similarity does not mean that Israel is Nazi, nor even fascist. And yet it is a member of the same terrible family, the family of evil states. It’s a depressing and brilliant analysis.
The evil that Illouz attributes to Israel is not banal, it cannot happen anywhere, and it has political and social roots that are deeply embedded in Israeli society. Thus, Illouz joins Zeev Sternhell, who warned in his impressive and resounding essay about the cultural soil out of which fascism is now growing in Israel (“The birth of fascism,” Haaretz Hebrew edition, July 7).

 

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