Letter from Ruth Matar (Women in Green) Jerusalem
Thursday, December 27, 2007
I received the following very timely letter from David Heimbold. I had actually been planning for some time to write something on that order as my weekly Internet article. I think David Heimbold's article, in addition to being funny, goes to the heart of the so called "Palestinian problem". The following is David Heimbold's letter in its entirety.
Pinch me, I think I'm dreaming!
President George Bush is planning to give his Crawford Ranch back to Mexico, according to an unnamed Middle East source. This jester of understanding and good will is meant to signal to the Israeli/Palestinian team of negotiators, that George Bush means business.
The relinquishment of the Crawford Ranch to Mexico will take place at the end of President Bush's term in office. The offer is conditional. Here are the details, according to Abdul Farcical:
As you know the Crawford Ranch is on occupied territory. The borders of Texas were settled in 1849 after the United States stole the territory from Mexico.
President Bush has realized that he is living in luxury while Mexicans live in poverty just across the Mexican Border.
Therefore, President Bush has insisted that Israel start the negotiations for the twenty third Arab State, and the second Palestinian state, from the Israel borders of 1949.
According to Abdul, President Bush said that it is only fair for him to give up his Ranch to show the Israelis the path to an everlasting Peace in the Middle East
"We must all give up the occupied territories", said President Bush. "I am also encouraging Condi Rice to give up her residence and we will use our National Guard to clear an area around Condi's resident and remove ten thousand settlers immediately surrounding Condi Rice's dwelling."
"Moreover," continued the President, "We will empty the D.C. jails of armed thugs and give them Condi's, and all the other homes and businesses, and remove the 10,000 settlers to trailer parks."
"All of this will be an example of "hard choices" that have to be made to appease the down trodden Arab masses."
The President said that he had a midnight revelation. "I might stumble on some words, the President said, "but I am good at math". What he then described went something like this: "There is a 100 years difference between the settling of the American/Mexican border and the Israeli border. If you divide this by 2, that gives you two 50 year periods of time. You know, from studying Israeli literature, that the 50Th year is the year of Jubilee when everyone must forgive debts and give back land. Since there are two 50 year periods of time between these border treaties, "I thought that it would be only right if Condi and I ( 1+1=2 ) gave up our land."
Also, the President pointed to the arguments of the La Raza and Reconquista Movements in Mexico. They call themselves the "Mexican Palestinians".
The hand-over of Crawford will be the first step in returning Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and California back to Mexico.
One other project is in the works: Since there is lots of oil in Alaska, the President plans on leasing Alaska back to the Russians since their Oil Production capabilities are not hindered by the Greens.
Giving Manhattan back to the Indians was not discussed.
For further information on this subject, use your imagination. If the Iranian military stopped refining uranium in 2003, the civilian nuclear program continues to the present, and both are controlled by the same government, anything is possible in Washington, D.C.
Most notable is the fact that President Bush is making treaties with foreign governments without the consent of the Senate. How is this done? By simply calling these treaties, "agreements" or "understandings" or "initiatives".
The Annapolis love fest was just another deception and obfuscation by the President with two heads...one good at math; the other lost in Foggy Bottom.
David Heimbold brings to our attention a matter which is not commonly discussed. He points out that President Bush's Crawford Ranch is considered by a not insignificant part of Mexicans as "occupied territory". In fact, there are Hispanic radical political movements in Mexico, such as La Raza and Reconquista, who call themselves the "Mexican Palestinians". His article makes us realize that the problem the United States has with the Mexicans is very similar to the problem Israel has with the Palestinians.
Heimbold's letter inspired us to search for relevant articles on the Internet. We found the following most interesting article written by Joseph Farah and published by World Net Daily in 2001.
THIS IS A MUST READ!
By: Joseph Farah
He may be surprised some day soon when that statement and his recent actions in support of it come back to bite him.
Activists who see themselves as "America's Palestinians" are gearing up a movement to carve out of the southwestern United States – a region (called Aztlan) including all of Bush's home state of Texas – a sovereign Hispanic state called the Republica del Norte.
The leaders of this movement are meeting continuously with extremists from the Islamic world, and you can read for yourself how they have been inspired by the Palestinian cause, and even adopted the most vicious forms of anti-Semitism in the process, by reading their own words on their own website.
"There are great similarities between the political and economic condition of the Palestinians in occupied Palestine and that of La Raza in the southwest United States," explains an editorial from earlier this year in La Voz de Aztlan in Los Angeles, the city seen as the future capital of the new Hispanic state.
Los Angeles, you see, is the southwestern U.S. version of Jerusalem.
Ridiculous? It didn't go unnoticed among the Aztlan activists when Los Angeles Mayor James Hahn told Mexico's President Vincente Fox last week, referring to Los Angeles: "Our city is a Mexican city."
The editorial goes on to draw analogies between the Arab uprising in Israel and gang violence in Los Angeles. It's the same thing, the activists claim. This is not crime and punishment, according to the La Raza (literally, "The Race") activists, this is the birth of an independence movement by young Hispanics.
"The similarities are many," says the editorial. "The primary one, of course, is the fact that both La Raza and the Palestinians have been displaced by invaders that have utilized military means to conquer and occupy our territories. The takeover of our respective lands by foreign elements occurred 100 years apart. For La Raza, it happened in 1848 when Mexico lost the southwest at the end of the Mexican-American war and the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidlago. For the Palestinians, it occurred in 1948 when the Zionist Jewish People's Council gathered at the Tel Aviv Museum and signed the 'Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel' on the day in which the British Mandate over Palestine expired."
Are you getting the picture?
This idiotic movement takes on special meaning, however, after Sept. 11.
There is a growing body of evidence to suggest terrorists have used America's unpatrolled, unguarded borders with Mexico and Canada to infiltrate our country and to bring in arms and munitions. It's about time the American people learned there is an organized fifth column of U.S. activists who would be only too glad to assist Islamic terrorists in their jihad against the Yankee imperialists. This is an alliance long in the making.
But please keep in mind what I am telling you today. This is not a column about illegal aliens. This is not a column about problems with the border. This is not a column about how our culture is being changed by mass migration. This is a story about a movement to create a new state within the borders of the continental United States.
And the logic and rationale for this movement is the same logic and rationale (if you can call it that) being employed to make the case for a Palestinian state. Americans need to understand this argument can and will be used against them – soon.
Fidel Castro has, not surprisingly, lent his support to this independence movement. California politicians pay lip service to it and kowtow to its demands. It may seem irrelevant. It may seem innocuous. It may seem like little more than an annoyance. But today – after Sept. 11 – it represents a national security threat.
Meanwhile, President Bush ignores this budding "intifada" in his own back yard and chooses, instead, to tell the Israelis they must carve up their own tiny state to make a homeland for dangerous radicals who want only to destroy them.
And remember, these independence movements are never really about the creation of autonomous states. Instead, they are diversionary movements designed, ultimately, to destroy existing states – in the Middle East, Israel and in the West, the United States of America.
Unfortunately, America's president, George W. Bush does not see the similarity between the conflicts. He persists in assisting the Arab terrorists in their goal to decimate and eliminate the Jewish State by depriving the Jews of their G-d-given Biblical Heritage, Judea and Samaria. The Jewish people have their bible as proof that the Holy Land is their eternal inheritance given them by the Master of the Universe.
Is your title to the Crawford Ranch as valid as the title of the Jewish people to the Holy Land?
In case of doubt, take time out to refresh your knowledge of the Judeo-Christian bible in which you, as well, profess to believe!
With Blessings and Love for Israel,