[Zionism is a corrupt pre-nazi era Germanic political philosophy, which masquerades as a religious movement, promoting a policy of war against the Palestinian People, for the purpose of exporting Europe's intractible conflicts, biases and hatred to the Middle East. Zionism tapped into German fear and hatred, into Jewish money, power and influence, to use as political blackmail over the Western governments, for the purpose of forcing them to manufacture a completely new state out of thin air, to be built upon land already owned and occupied by Palestinian Arabs (Semitic cousins of the Sephardic Jews of the Middle East). The considerable Jewish political and economic influence in the world economy were exerted upon the British government, forcing London to issue the Balfour Declaration in 1917. This conjured-up a previously non-existent "Jewish right" to buy-up the land and to "return" to Palestine.
In 1947, the same political/economic arm-twisting was used to force the United States government to create an entirely new Jewish state in Palestine (with a ready-made army and air force), selling it as the reincarnation of the ancient, totally extinct state of "Israel." No extinct state, nor imaginary "citizens" of that "state," have "rights" to any land, or to anything else, which is derived from an actual state, any more than "Romans" or "Macedonians," can claim such "rights." Purported "titles" to that land, which are obtained from probable works of fiction (Old Testament), carry no legal weight, and would have been dismissed outright if such claims had been taken before any judicial authority.
Whether or not the so-called "Israeli" Russians, who have claimed shares in these pseudo "rights," are, in fact, hereditary "Jews" (even though almost all of them are the offspring of Khazarians, not coming from refugees from the Middle East), is irrelevant to the claim that neither Britain nor the United States of America, nor the United Nations, for that matter, have any authority to create "new" nations. Therefore, any revival of an ancient, extinct state, previously known as "Israel," which has been savagely recreated on Palestinian land is an illigitimate entity, posing as a legitimate "state." Any lawful body which attempts to create a completely new state in place of an already existing country, for the single purpose of giving legitimacy to an existing terrorist army that is already waging war against the native population, is party to the war crimes and international acts of aggression committed by that terrorist army. War crimes and crimes against humanity committed in an organized campaign of ethnic-cleansing de-legitimizes both the so-called "state" aggressor and the authorizing body which created it. As long as Zionist Israel exists, world peace is impossible. If the citizens of that country decide to drop the "Zionist" partition, making Israel/Palestine an inclusive Jewish/Arab state, then that would write a new chapter in human history, one where a happy ending for all mankind is actually possible.
That is the cold, hard truth, which makes Erdogan absolutely correct in calling Zionism out as another "crime against humanity (SEE: Erdogan Surprises Everybody At the UN, Calling-Out Zionism As the Crime Against Humanity That It Is)."]
ANKARA: United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Friday joined the United States and Israel in rejecting statements by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan who compared Zionism to fascism at a United Nations meeting aiming to promote dialogue between all faiths.
Addressing the UN Alliance of Civilizations conference in Vienna this week, Erdogan complained of prejudices against Muslims and said Islamophobia should be considered a crime against humanity ”just like Zionism, like anti-Semitism and like fascism.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sharply condemned the remark late Thursday calling it a ”dark and mendacious statement the likes of which we thought had passed from the world.”
In Washington, US National Security Council Spokesman Tommy Vietor said the characterisation about Zionism, the movement to establish and maintain a Jewish state, was ”offensive and wrong.”
”We encourage people of all faiths, cultures, and ideas to denounce hateful actions and to overcome the differences of our times,” he said.
Turkey is a co-sponsor, along with Spain, of the UN initiative to promote tolerance and understanding between various religions and a UN statement said: ”If the comment about Zionism was interpreted correctly, then it was not only wrong but contradicts the very principles on which the Alliance of Civilizations is based.”
The statement said Ban ”believes it is unfortunate that such hurtful and divisive comments were uttered at a meeting being held under the theme of responsible leadership.”
US State Secretary John Kerry is expected to raise the issue when he meets with Erdogan and other Turkish leaders in Ankara on Friday.
Turkey’s state-run news agency, Anadolu, reported Erdogan’s remarks on Wednesday but removed the reference to ”Zionism” in a correction sent out an hour later. It said the correction was ”made by the source” but gave no other explanation.
Turkey and Israel were once important allies but relations have deteriorated sharply after an Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound Turkish aid ship in 2010 which killed nine pro-Palestinian activists.
Erdogan, whose ruling party has roots in Turkey’s Islamic movement, frequently criticises Israeli actions against Palestinians but rarely speaks out against Zionism. In November, he accused Israel of state terrorism and of an ”attempt at ethnic cleansing,” a euphemism used to describe how violence can be used to force a population from an area.