Shalom, Amigos! The Zionists Epic Demographic Shift To Employ A "Divide And Conquer" Strategy

03 June 2012

By Keith Johnson

The rising Hispanic population in the United States may come as good news to some Latinos, but others recognize that the Zionists who helped facilitate this epic demographic shift are also exploiting it to employ a "divide and conquer" strategy that may ultimately undermine their efforts of achieving self-determination.

Throughout the twentieth century, powerful Zionist interests have sowed the seeds of multiculturalism to create a more generic society. Now, as we sink deeper into the twenty-first century, those seeds are starting to bear bitter fruit.

According to a study conducted by the National Policy Institute "As a percentage of world inhabitants the white population will plummet to a single digit (9.76%) by 2060 from a high-water mark of 27.98% in 1950."

So what does that mean for the demographics of the United States?

The US Census Bureau projects that, "The non-Hispanic, single-race white population is projected to be only slightly larger in 2050 (203.3 million) than in 2008 (199.8 million). In fact, this group is projected to lose population in the 2030s and 2040s and comprise 46 percent of the total population in 2050, down from 66 percent in 2008."

"Meanwhile, the Hispanic population is projected to nearly triple, from 46.7 million to 132.8 million during the 2008-2050 period. Its share of the nation's total population is projected to double, from 15 percent to 30 percent. Thus, nearly one in three U.S. residents would be Hispanic."

Both the National Policy Institute and US Census Bureau base their projections on trends and assumptions about future childbearing, mortality and net international migration. However, they fail to factor in a predictable future that could further dilute both America's White and Hispanic demographics. I'm talking about a future where millions of displaced Arabs, Persians and Africans are relocated to the U.S. after being forced out of their native homelands to make room for Eretz Yisrael: an expansion of the Zionist empire from the Nile River to the Tigris and Euphrates.

The manufactured "Arab Spring" launched the beginning of the end for those living in this region, where old tired dictators are now being replaced by even more brutal Wahhabbi regimes with close ties to the Qataris and the House of Saud. It also set the stage for mass sectraian warfare that will continue to balkanize each existing nation into smaller fractionalized sub-entities. This may very well lead to a cataclysmic war in the Middle East (probably sparked by a Saudi led conflict against Iran that will be postured as a Sunni vs. Shiite war), which could ultimately leave the Islamic world in shambles.

Once the Middle East/North African (MENA) region is littered with millions of corpses, the ruins of demolished cities, and the wardering hordes of battered bodies, the Zionist entity will step in to clean up the mess and trimphantly raise their flag over their newly "reclaimed" homeland.

Then begins the ethnic cleansing—à la Palestine!

That's not to say that the Zionists won't allow a few of the indiginous to remain. Eretz Yisrael will still need caddies to carry golf clubs at their country clubs in Cairo. They'll still need card dealers for their blackjack tables in Baghdad. And they'll still need strippers to entertain Rabbis in Damascus. But what is to become of the millions of refugees displaced during and after that war?

Make no mistake, my friend, the United States is one of the intended destinations for these exiled masses. As the Middle East is transformed into a Jewish utopia, America will degenerate into a third world cesspit with no dominant majority—Hispanic or otherwise.

That's why it astonishes me that the very same Americans who decry Middle East immigration also support these unnecessary wars waged on behalf of the Zionist state. History shows that Israeli expansionism is directly responsible for sending large numbers of Arab refugees to American shores.

The first major migration occurred as a result of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, which displaced 750,000 (out of 1.3 million) Palestinians from their ancestral homeland. Though most relocated to neighboring nations, 80,000 "officially" emigrated to the United States from 1948 until 1966. More would have come were it not for restrictive immigration laws.

That all changed with the passage of the Immigration and Nationality Act, championed by Jewish Zionist Senator Jacob K. Javits (R-NY), who triumphantly proclaimed "Open the flood gates" when it was signed into law in 1965.

Is it a mere coincidence that less than two years after this new immigration policy came into effect, an Israeli act of aggression would spark the largest ever wave of Arab immigration into the United States?

In 1967, Israel's Six Day War motivated a massive Palestinian exodus that marked the beginning of a series of Israeli engineered conflicts that has since sent nearly 800,000 Arabs to American shores. That's a tenfold increase from any previous wave of Arab immigration prior to 1967. However, that number only represents Arab immigration from 1967 to 2000 and is based on data released by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2003. At that time, the Census estimated the U.S. Arab population to be 1.2 million, up 38% since 1990 and double the number in 1980. Since then, the Arab population in the U.S. has risen to 1.7 million. Of those, the number of refugees is undetermined.

Aside from the Six Day War, other conflicts contributing to this influx include the 1975 Lebanese Civil War, Israel's invasion of Lebanon in 1982, the Iraq/Iran War (1980-1988), both Palestinian Intifadas (1987-1993) and (2000-2005), the 1991 Gulf War, and the Iraq War (2003-2011)—all of which were assisted, engineered and/or outright perpetrated by Zionist war criminals.

America is also host to tens of thousands of refugees from a number of African nations like Somalia, Libya and Sudan,whose homelands have been rendered unliveable as the result of U.S. "humanitarian" interventions. This exodus is bound to continue as U.S. forces extend their reach into Uganda and other regions of the dark continent.

The current population of the MENA region is between 381 million to 523 million inhabitants. A significant number of these reside in what Eretz Yisrael intends on "reclaiming" as an expansion of its Jewish homeland. Using Palestine as a model (where more than 80% of the indigenous population has been expelled since 1948), Israel's ethnic cleansing could potentially displace 100 million non-Jews currently living in this territory.

Considering that the United States has one of the most lenient immigration policies in the world, it is not far fetched to envision a future where tens of millions migrate to America. This not only poses a potential sustainability crisis in the U.S., but also exposes Arabs and Africans to a society that is becoming increasingly hostile towards Islam.

The Zionist strategy is a dual-edged sword. While so-called "liberal" Zionists promote open immigration and the demonization of white Americans as racists and xenophobes, so-called "conservative" Zionists promote closed borders and are spearheading the Islamophobia movement that postures Arabs as enemy insurgents intent of wiping out white Christian culture and replacing it with a fictional version of Sharia law. In effect, both sides of this false left/right paradigm are setting the stage for a "Clash of Civilizations:" a war that will not likely be waged in the Middle East, but rather in Europe and on American soil—with the net result of wiping out the last vestiges of Talmudic Judaism's sworn enemies: Christians and Muslims.

Meanwhile, as eviction notices are served throughout the MENA region, Zionists continue to peddle their multiculturalist doctrine in the United States and Europe. Though they preach tolerance to others, they themselves view Arabs, Persians and Africans as refuse that blights the landscape of their precious Jewish homeland.

For example: Barbara Lerner Spectre is one Zionist Jew who left America several years ago to make Aliyah (migration to Israel). In 2000, she founded Paideia—The European Institute of Jewish Studies in Sweden, which is funded by the Swedish government to promote multiculturalism and "the revival of Jewish culture in Europe." According to their website, "Paideia is reviving a European Jewish voice long silenced by Communism and post-Holocaust trauma – a voice that can contribute to a culturally rich and pluralistic Europe."

Lerner says, "I think there is a resurgence of anti-Semitism because at this point in time Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural. And I think we are going to be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the center of that. It's a huge transformation for Europe to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode and Jews will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role and without that transformation, Europe will not survive."

This is the height of hypocrisy coming from a citizen of Israel: a true monolithic society where racial segregation, bigotry and xenophobia define its very existence. This is a place where ethnic cleansing has left the Palestinians with less than 20% of their original homeland; where Jews are discouraged from marrying non-Jews; where Palestinians may be required to take a "loyalty oath" that recognizes Israel as a Jewish state before being allowed citizenship; and where foreign-born Jews are subsidized for migrating to Israel, while Palestinians are not even allowed the "right of return" to the place where they were born.

And this racism is not confined to Palestinians. Recently, the Zionist entity has responded to the Sudanese refugee crisis by beginning construction on a massive prison in the Negev desert to indefinitely house blacks seeking asylum in Israel.

Yeah…so much for racial tolerance, right?

Here in the United States, this hypocrisy is just as blatant. In 2010, following passage of Arizona's highly controversial immigration law, the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL) Regional Board Chair of Arizona, Miriam Wiseman, stated, "As a nation of immigrants, we must endeavor to embrace the diverse groups that make ours the most enviable and pluralistic democracy in the world. By engendering fear, encouraging discrimination and fanning the flames of hatred, SB 1070 serves to divide rather than unite us. Arizona can do better."

Again—Zionist Jews, like those from the ADL, have no problem casting aspersions on those who promote reasonable immigration as xenophobes and racists. However, it's a different story when it comes to their defense of Israel.

Late last month, the ADL's Abraham H. Foxman denounced Jewish critic Peter Beinart for advocating a one-state solution that would allow Palestinians equal voting rights. In an article, entitled "Peter Beinart: is Right, but for the wrong reasons," Foxman writes, "…if Israel were to hold on to all the territory, the demographic challenge would emerge in full force. Even if one takes seriously those who argue that the number of Palestinians living in the West Bank has been exaggerated (and most Israeli demographers disagree with that assessment), the ratio of Jews to Arabs in one-state would be near the 50 percent mark and would make the concept of a Jewish and democratic state, the hallmark of Israel through its history, a practical impossibility. A truly Jewish state can exist, as it does now, only with an overwhelming Jewish majority."

Fortunately, this double standard has not gone unnoticed by some in the Latino community. In a February article for the Huffington Post, entitled "Latinos Won't Be Fooled by AZ's New Pro-Israel Bill," Chicano-Jewish writer Garbriel Schivone calls out the bipartisan hypocrites who championed Arizona's recently passed "Supporting the Nation of Israel" resolution bill: "Generally, The Democratic and Republican parties and their constituents are in uninterrupted harmony on the issue of Israeli border security and preserving Israel's predominant Jewish character, writes Schivone. But when it comes to American liberals of various stripes, many are firmly rooted in the immigrant rights movement."

Elsewhere in the same article, Shivone writes,"In regards to maintaining Israel's ethnic Jewish majority, American bipartisan support likely also resounds in agreement (like most of Israeli society) around Israeli immigration policies that prompted the government's current construction of a $1.5 billion ‘border fence'–across Israel's own southern desert borderlands–to keep out ‘illegal' migrants, mostly from North Africa. After all, as Prime Minister Netanyahu warns, the invading ‘flood' represents ‘a concrete threat to the Jewish and democratic character of Israel.'"

Hopefully, anti-Zionist activism will take root in the Hispanic community. One optimistic sign that it already has—took place on May 12, 2011, when Latino members of the Esparanza Peace and Justice Center took part in distrupting a shameful pro-Israel sermon by John Hagee, pastor of the Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. Courageously, the group stood their ground until Hagee's secret police took them into custody and had them charged with criminal trespass. In typical fashion, Hagee's bloodthirsty crowd of fanatical pro-Zionist nut-jobs salivated and cheered as the protestors were led away (kind of reminiscent of the Jews who screamed "crucify him" as Christ was marched to his death).

Of course, Zionist Jews are quick to denounce any anti-Israel activism (regardless of the ethnic group) and have already formulated a diagnosis to explain the Hispanic problem. Last February, Allen Elsner, an Executive Director for The Israeli Project (TIP) stated that Hispanics are relatively hostile towards Israel because they are ignorant of Middle East Affairs and are influenced by traditional anti-Israel Catholic views. Perhaps Elsner was responding to the Latino revolt against John Hagee's church, or maybe he was reacting to a March, 2011 survey conducted by the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding (FFEU), which concluded that nearly 50% of Hispanic Americans believe that the U.S. is too supportive of the state of Israel.

When the results of this survey were released, FFEU president Rabbi Marc Schneier threw a fit because all Latinos were not in lockstep with the murderous Zionist agenda. According to Haaretz, "These findings are a wake-up call to both communities," says Schneier. "We need to understand how real anti-Semitism is within the Latino community and how we can counter it as well as find more effective ways to communicate the value of Israel to bolster Latinio empathy for the Jewish state."

"This is truer then ever as Latinos now number more than 50 million in the U.S." Schneier added. "One out of 6 Americans is Latino. It therefore behooves the Jewish community to reach out and foster an alliance with this significant ethnic group."

Rabbi Schneier should know better than anyone that the Jewish community has been reaching out to "foster an alliance with this significant ethnic group" for many years.

Though they may have encountered some resistance from segments close to the Catholic Church, Zionists have made major inroads with weak-kneed Hispanics who have fallen victim to the poisonous influence of Christian Zionism. In a December, 2011 article for the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), Pastor Carlos Ortiz, national coordinator for Christian's United For Israel, is quoted as saying, "There's an excitement, a passion to support Israel…just because we believe what the Bible says… We believe in the Bible. And the Bible says that we are blessed by blessing Israel and that it's our job to bless Israel."

The article goes on to say, "A growing number of Hispanic believers take that job seriously. CUFI, America's largest pro-Israel group, has seen a major increase in Hispanic members over the past few years. ‘We let them know that Israel is in danger," Ortiz said. ‘And that there's imminent danger from countries like Iran. So we're trying to teach them.'"

Over the years, numerous Jewish organizations have worked diligently to influence Hispanic organizations and keep them in line with the Zionist agenda. The most prominent of these is the American Jewish Committee (AJC), which founded the Latino and Latin American Institute in 1995 for the purposes of furthering "American Jewish relations with the Latino community in the U.S. and countries across Latin America."

The American Jewish Committee's Project Interchange regularly sponsors Latinos on trips to Israel and has an intimate relationship with members of The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), a group that has been described as a radical left wing organization that allegedly supports continued mass Mexican immigration to the United States in hopes of achieving the re-partition of the American Southwest as a new state called Aztlan. This is a charge that NCLR adamantly denies. On its website, the NCLR states that it "has repeatedly recognized the right of the United States, as a sovereign nation, to control its borders. Moreover, NCLR has supported numerous specific measures to strengthen border enforcement."

The NCLR can more adequately described as a Hispanic NAACP, and its clear by their funding mechanisms that they are anything but a grassroots organization that puts the needs of Hispanics above the agendas of its wealthy donors: The Ford Foundation, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The Open Society Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, Citigroup and Walmart.

One Hispanic with longstanding ties with the NCLR is Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, an Obama appointee, and a strong supporter of Israel, who visited the Zionist state in 1986 (sponsored by the AJC's Project Interchange) and again in 1996. In 2009, Sotomayor also participated in a U.S.-Israeli forumn on immigration.

Another Hispanic woman, Cecelia Munoz, was Vice President for the Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation at the NCLR before serving three years at the White House as director of intergovernmental affairs. In January, Obama appointed Munoz as his top domestic policy official.

In March, the ADL sponsored 14 influential Latino media executives, publishers, editors and reporters from New York, Los Angeles, Miami and Washington, D.C. on the ADL Latino Media Executives Mission to Israel to "give Spanish-language media executives a fuller understanding of Israeli society, culture, politics and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."

Zionists have taken a prominent role in Hispanic television and other media venues. A prime example is Univision, the leading Spanish-language television in the United States, which is owned by Israli-American businessman Haim Saban. Since taking control in 2006, Saban has used the media outlet as a political tool to spread neo-conservative propaganda that supports a strike on Iran.

Latinos who think that alliances with the Jewish community will help bring them into a position of racial dominance in the U.S. should take time to analyze the two-faced nature of Zionist infiltartors.

In his 1993 book, "A Durable Peace," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that Palestinian statehood would inspire Hispanics to reclaim parts of the American Southwest. He writes, "The United States is not exempt from this potential nightmare. In a decade or two the southwestern region of America is likely to be predominately Hispanic, mainly as a result of continuous emigration from Mexico. It is not inconceivable that in this community champions of the Palestinian Principle could emerge. These would demand not merely equality before the law, or naturalization, or even Spanish as a first language. Instead they would say that since they form a local majority in the territory (which was forcibly taken from Mexico in the war of 1848), they deserve a state of their own. ‘But you already have a state — it's called Mexico,' would come the response. ‘You have every right to demand civil rights in the United States, but you have no right to demand a second Mexico.' This hypothetical exchange may sound far-fetched today. But it will not necessarily appear that way tomorrow, especially if the Palestinian Principle is allowed to continue to spread, which it surely will if a new Palestinian state comes into being."

Again–Zionists are working all sides of every group. But in the end, it is their own self-interests that they are advanacing.

For more information of Zionist intrigues into the Hispanic community, I suggest you read my article, entitled Newt Gringo Wants Your Brown Babies, which explores the Republican party's efforts to tap into the Latino market, their support of open immigration policies, and the grooming of the half-Hispanic George P. Bush for the office of President.


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