The Controversy of Zion

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Aristocrat, Dec 25, 2006.

  1. Probably the best description of the problem which confronts humanity is in Douglas Reed’s
    The Controversy of Zion.

    Reed, a foreign correspondent for the Times of London, discusses the struggle within Judaism between those who craved a Jewish homeland in the former Judea, which for many centuries has been known as Palestine and populated by Semitic Palestinians, and those who thought this was a crazy idea, due to the Jewish nature.

  3. Well that's interesting and all, that wouldnt be a summary of the material at the iranian "holocaust never occurred" gathering would it?
    Just wondering.

    Just wondering, what the controversy was supposed to be.

    Sounds like politics, to me.
    And , possibly, religion.........
  4. Shraga18



    Thanks, this is one of the better laughs I've had today. It's AMAZING how a person can write such utter nonsense and still be kept on by the Times.

    This guy doesn't know the faintest about the history of Jewry. Actually, maybe he does, but that red haze he sees when thinking of Jews slightly skews his willingness to write anything true.

    Shraga, an Ashkenazic Jew (umm, no, not descended from the Khazars, thank you.)
  5. sounds about right.....Ive a few things to add but we'll let you kids coffee talk.
  6. shraga.......perhaps descended from atilla the hun?......letz not get preposterous.
  7. Zion had been destroyed and rebuilt five times. It would've been destroyed the sixth time if not for Neo. He refused his preplanned role and used mutual destruction as a threat to negotiate a truce with the Machines, and saved Zion.

    Where is the controversy?
  8. Shraga18




    Yours is the best post in this thread, hands down.