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Some Thoughts On Current Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Sunday, July 20th, 2014

Today I am going up to West LA to the Federal building on Wiltshire to join the protests against the war in Gaza. War is what some people in the media are calling the Israeli assault now. Justifying the action, pro-Israeli pundits always use the analogy, of an enemy launching missiles from Canada as the example. Well history aside, of several American actual invasions of Canada in the 18th and 19th centuries, the analogy is misplaced. What Hamas and other groups in Gaza are doing in striking back at the Israeli settler population is more akin to what if say the Native Americans in Morango, or some of the other reservations in Southern California were lobbing rockets at Los Angeles. It shifts the perspective, from one of two nations with established borders in a conflict to a conquered people, forced onto a reservation, resisting the occupiers. More correctly the analogy would have to be taken back to the 19th century when Native Americans actually had some resources to fight back and still had strong enough identification with their former freedom to resist violently. Just as in Africa the Zulu’s resisted the encroachment of the British and Boers and other tribal groups resisted the European colonists.

The image of Native American casino owners launching missile strikes on near by Palm Springs for example may seem absurd, why would then want to destroy the source of their income after all? But it brings up the point that these people have after two centuries barely clung on to their tribal existence and it is to their benefit that they have found another way to fight, in the US court system to gain the right to operate casinos as they are belatedly recognized as having some sovereign rights. This recognition did not happen in a vacuum, as the Indian gaming rights had resistance from the local states who felt they had authority to regulate gaming within their territorial boundaries. Supreme Court decisions, notably Bryan v. Itasca County, 426 U.S. 373 (1976), in which the court stated “should, as an admittedly ambiguous statute, be construed in favor of the Indians and against abolishing their tax immunities by implication.” Pp. 426 U. S. 390-393. (Bryan v. Itasca County, Justia.com). What I really want to speak to, is not Native American rights, which became encoded in Federal law with the passage of the 1988 Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, but to the fact that the Gazan’s have no such symbiotic relationship with Israel and thus that reservation, which is all it is at best, at worst an outdoor prison camp, has no reason to accept Israeli terms if there is a chance to resist and gain sympathy for their cause in the court of world opinion.

This is an important thing to recognize beyond the humanitarian disaster that the bombings, air strikes and such represent, that legally Hamas has been driven to this position because Israel will not recognize their authority in Gaza and when the Palestinian Authority and Hamas made a deal earlier this year to form a unity government, Israel could not countenance that, waving the avowed program of Hamas that Israel did not have a right to exist on Palestinian lands. The position of Hamas is no more unjustified than any group of Native Americans claiming that white settlers did not have the right to take traditional tribal lands. That goes into another issue of Native American collective land ownership concepts versus European private land ownership rights, something which was in conflict in Europe itself and the Enclosure movement of the commons there attests to. Israel in fact does negotiate with Hamas and has in the past, what Israel does not want to accept is an independent and prosperous Palestine, hence no Palestinian Gaming Authority, although there was a time not long ago when that very possibility existed. There is the interesting case of the Oasis Casino in Jericho which was opened in 1998 as a result of the Oslo accords in Palestinian territory very close to the Israeli border. It was a major investment meant to attract Israeli gamblers, very much like Native American Casinos rely on local non Native Americans. The exact scenario played out when “[d]uring the first days of the Second Intifada, Palestinian militants reportedly used the casino to fire at IDF soldiers, who in turn blew a hole into its front. Due to security concerns, which led to the absence of Israeli visitors, the casino was closed down shortly after” (Miri, The Tale of Jericho’s Oasis Casino, Green Olive Tours Blog).

How did this impasse come about? Israel had sown the seeds of much of the recent conflict with Gaza by supporting Hamas against the Palestinian authority. Andrew Higgins writes in the Wall Street Journal, ‘”Hamas, to my great regret, is Israel’s creation,’ says Mr. Cohen, a Tunisian-born Jew who worked in Gaza for more than two decades….Instead of trying to curb Gaza’s Islamists from the outset, says Mr. Cohen, Israel for years tolerated and, in some cases, encouraged them as a counterweight to the secular nationalists of the Palestine Liberation Organization and its dominant faction, Yasser Arafat’s Fatah. Israel cooperated with a crippled, half-blind cleric named Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, even as he was laying the foundations for what would become Hamas” (Higgins, WSJ online 24 Jan. 2009). Israel’s divide and conquer policies have led to an unstable Palestine and has thwarted any real efforts on the part of Palestinians to establish an independent and viable state. With hard line conservatives in power, the Israeli position seems to have become one of toughing it out and extending the status quo for as long as possible.

Israel is not the United States where European immigrants swamped the indigenous population and killed them off through disease and warfare. Israel is in a position much more like the old South African regime in which a small white minority used similar tactics, those of apartheid to do much the same as Israel is now. In fact Israel and the old South African regime were close allies and had mutual weapons programs including their nuclear weapons program. Chris McGreal reporting for the Guardian UK wrote in his 2010 article “Revealed: how Israel offered to sell South Africa nuclear weapons”:

Secret South African documents reveal that Israel offered to sell nuclear warheads to the apartheid regime, providing the first official documentary evidence of the state’s possession of nuclear weapons.

The “top secret” minutes of meetings between senior officials from the two countries in 1975 show that South Africa’s defence minister, PW Botha, asked for the warheads and Shimon Peres, then Israel’s defence minister and now its president, responded by offering them “in three sizes”. The two men also signed a broad-ranging agreement governing military ties between the two countries that included a clause declaring that “the very existence of this agreement” was to remain secret.

(McGreal, Guardian 23 May 2010).

Having lost it’s main ally in the 1990’s when South African apartheid was dismantled, Israeli authorities under Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin prompted by a sense of real politic signed peace accords with and Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) Chairman Yasser Arafat under the auspices of then President Clinton who was himself looking to carry on in the tradition of the Camp David Accords under former President Carter. But due to bad faith, when the agreed upon date for self rule of 2000 for Palestine did not occur as planed, and the break down of the 2000 Camp David Peace Summit, the Second Intifada, sparked by an incident when Ariel Sharon made a visit to the Temple Mount in September 2000, began the period of periodic Israeli assaults upon Palestinian territories which the Israeli disengagement from Gaza in August of 2005 did nothing to mitigate, because by relinquishing direct authority, it essentially presented the Palestinian Authority with a region it could not rule as Hamas had been developed by Israel as a counter authority, thus playing into the divide and conquer scenario, but resulting in the unintended consequence of Hamas taking its part as a body for the liberation of Palestine seriously and once it was out from under the direct scrutiny of Israel, capable of acting on its own initiative. This is of course an over simplification, but the conflict is both the result of an attempt by Israel to manipulate the aspirations of the dominated Palestinians while it jockey’s for its own survival as an independent polity in a hostile region of the world.

The status quo of cruelty and increasingly harsh tactics has turned Israel from a frontier community, into an increasingly organized prison guard state, Essentially Israel has become something like a community dependent upon it’s ability to guard the prison created for the Palestinians. Like the image of the Dutch dyke builders, holding back the ocean with concrete walls, Israel is doing the same to the Arab world. At some point the unstoppable force plying against the immovable object will win out. It just depends on how long Israeli intransigence is willing to maintain its strained position in this increasingly volatile region of the world. Biblical historical roots or not, the region is predominantly Islamic and if there are to be Christian, Jewish and other minorities in the region, they must find accommodation or eventually perish. The model of South Africa is a real path for the future. If there is an Arabic equivalent to Nelson Mandela, Israel should find a way to integrate and not wall off the Palestinians who are certainly not going away any time soon.

In the meantime I will go join the protests against the Israeli incursion in Gaza for the upteenth time in the last decade.

Long Beach Walk, Protest Israel Assault on Gaza, ERT TV-Greece

Saturday, July 19th, 2014

Alex’s Bar 2913 East Anaheim Street, Long Beach, CA 90804
Longbeachhappyhour.com

This evening I took a stroll through my town, walking across the mid section of Long Beach down Anaheim Street mostly through Cambodia Town. I was struck by the amount of bars on the windows of shops and the empty buildings and lots in my neighborhood. This is Saturday evening and one would expect people to be geared up for celebrations. Mostly I noticed teenager and twenty something youths hanging around empty lots and bus stops, not looking festive, but more aimless, like they were just looking for something to happen. Most of the businesses were closed, except half a dozen liquor stores, a couple of churches, one with a preacher rapping in amplified Spanish and another with a pretty kick ass band playing rousing Spanish Christan Rock, otherwise only bars getting ready for the night crowds, some cops raiding a local residential hotel, and a drunk who bummed my bus change off me. I didn’t mind, I was walking anyway. There are a couple decent clubs in the area for neo-punk/goth fans. I sometimes listen as I go for my nightly strolls. But all day I have had a feeling of foreboding, something about the events around the world has me feeling that things could get crazy, even here in slumbering America.

Thousands of pro-Palestinian demonstrators holding banners and chanting anti-Israeli slogans walk in Paris, Sunday, July 13, 2014
www.theblaze.com

It could have been me, I have been pondering the explosive world political scene as population pressure on resources is reflected in increased conflict over territory. Ethnic minorities flame up in arms as political solutions, democratic or otherwise increasingly fail to provide satisfactory living environments across much of the planet. Neo-liberals from the affluent post colonial nations try to impose a form of exploitative capitalism upon the struggling nations of the world, encouraging governments and elites to forget social obligations and traditional non-economic relationships, by presenting economic exploitation as the only efficient and inevitable model for the future. This naturally will draw resistance from populations not totally devastated and demoralized.

Protesters run by a fire barricade near the aerial metro station of Barbes-Rochechouart, in Paris, on July 19, 2014. Photo by AFP.

It is one reason that I see the IS as becoming something of a magnet for the disaffected youth of the world who want to do something to fight back against the megamachine of capitalist and western domination. Arabic youth in Europe who feel the cold shoulder of racist, nativist reaction through out the continent are increasingly finding the path to Syria and Iraq as a feasible prospect. The French government’s ban on protests against Israel are not helping. Feeling left out, felling as if they have to conform to western values, which increasingly means chasing the chimera of jobs through education in some sort of version of survival of the fittest now being played out on the former islands of enlightenment, the universities. But in reality as more people gain these degrees they simply become devalued, a bachelor’s degree doesn’t guarantee anything much more than a supervisory position at a Walmart or a fast food chain, the competition for real and not McJobs has just had the ante upped, masters degrees or better now for those good jobs are required. If one is fortunate enough to live in a country with jobs then the debt load for an education can be dream crushing.

New Yorkers protesting unemployment. (file photo). Tue Mar 6, 2012 6:41PM
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I was wandering around the internet this morning, watched a bit of France24, turned to RT coverage of the downed plane site in the Ukraine where they were interviewing locals, watched the Obama take on that bombing on the Website of the Presidents press office, turned to Cuban, Afghan, Polish and eventually Greek TV on the internet. When I got to the Greek channel run by former employees of the now unfunded Greek Public Television, I saw the first hopeful thing I had seen in a while on the airwaves. The channel was positively chock full of creative experimental documentaries and art pieces, cutting edge bands playing interesting mixes of heavy metal and classical music, I could feel the palpable idealistic release of energy as a community of activist programers, freed from constraints to toe some government line, were pouring out their hearts in incisive and radical programing. It was Democracy Now on hyperdrive, Or maybe like what TV would be like if Anarchist college professors and students ran the station. Perhaps they do, or at least a really liberated socialist community of programmers are in charge over there. ERT is the network, EPT Live, one of the stations in the network is showing a French language, Russian subtitled antiwar documentary of some film from the twentieth century. Its about “Basil Zaharoff (born Basileios Zacharias Zacharoff, Greek: Βασίλειος Zαχαρίας Ζαχάρωφ; October 6, 1849 – November 27, 1936) was a Greek-born arms dealer, industrialist and philanthropist.
One of the richest men in the world during his lifetime, Zaharoff was variously described including “merchant of death” and “mystery man of Europe”” (Basil Zaharoff, Wikipedia)

No ordinary Orient Express passenger, Basil Zaharoff – later Sir Basil – was an arms dealer, financier and businessman
www.orient-express.eu

Check out the channel. It is a breathe of fresh air.

Closed Greek Public TV station ERT broadcasting under workers’ occupation via Spanish Public TV. Posted on June 11, 2013 by critical media review

http://greekreporter.com/watch-ert-live/

Now there is footage of street protests in Greece, chanting “the people united will never be defeated” in Greek. My kind of TV, a Greek satirical song based on the tune “Jingle Bells.” how cool is that?

Teachers chant slogans during a protest at the northern port city of Thessaloniki, Greece,18/09/2013
http://www.independent.ie

Protests in Paris, that center of culture and civilization, are growing as the country fails to integrate children of immigrants. Something that has been exacerbated by the economic crisis which still has youth unemployment at 25% to 50% or more in Europe and the USA.


Recent street protests in Paris.
From a site called Paris Through German Eyes (mostly German photos of Paris in WW2).

Tomorrow, Sunday July 20, 2014 I will probably join the protests, at the Federal Building on Wiltshire in LA, against the Israeli assault on Gaza. It is not much but it is something. Just doing nothing would be criminal.

Israeli airstrikes killed five Palestinians in Gaza overnight Monday, with at least 192 killed and 1,400 injured as Israel’s assault enters its eighth day. July 2014.
shahidblog.com

David’s Sling, Anakim, Gaza & Israeli Propaganda

Saturday, July 12th, 2014


Israel tests David’s Sling next generation anti-missile system.
Source: www.ainonline.com

Responding to a conversation between an Anarchist friend of mine and a relative of his who is a volunteer for AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee), discussing their proposed solution for the Israeli-Palestinian problem. The solution suggested by my friend is annexation of the occupied territories and the secularization of Israel. His relative speaks of the fact that Jewish demographics in the region will soon eliminate the Arab problem due to a baby boom among the Jewish settlers. In fact this relative questions who exactly the Palestinians are.
Below are my comments.

Disappearing Palestine
Source: www.a-w-i-p.com

Realistically speaking there were political reasons why Israel could not annex the occupied territories, probably related to US policy at the time, which was more concerned with the cold war and did not want to give the Soviet Union anymore ammunition in the battle for the hearts and minds of the Middle East. They USA was embroiled in the hot war in Vietnam, and had become a net oil importer increasingly dependent on Saudi Oil. Israel was required as a potential base for launching strikes on Soviet supported Arab states, and frankly I don’t think US policy ever had the best interest of the Jewish or Arab people in the region at heart. That is why I think it is vital for the Israeli’s to develop strong local ties, like it seems to have developed with Jordan, the Saudi’s and the current Egyptian strong men.

Israeli Tanks Invading Gaza 7/18/2014.
www.dailymail.co.uk

As for the Israel giving up its Identity as a Jewish homeland, that would be totally against the very essence of Israeli exceptionalism, which is based on the Zionist interpretation of the promise to Moses and the Israelites for a homeland at the end of their punishment of the 40 years of wandering in the wilderness, outside of Spotsylvania (but I digress onto another exercise in futility). I am talking about another wilderness, part of the American Civil War, probably not a very good pun. Yahweh literally had a cow when he saw the people wanted to stay in land where they could raise cattle, which I think had more to do with alien dietary restrictions than any misdeeds. Basically I think Yahweh was somewhat lactose intolerant. Here I am referring to the Book of Numbers 13 and 14, where Yahweh punished the would be Israelites for not wanting to enter a land of giants, thinking that they would be better off raising cattle where they were, and then being punished to remain goat herds on the wilderness until they had all died out, perhaps another bad pun.

From an Israeli Tourism Poster.
remnantofgiants.wordpress.com

But whatever reasons the “great one” had for killing off the older generation (wasn’t that Jackie Gleason’s reverential epitath?), most likely to wipe out the collective memories of the good old days in Egypt, what is really interesting is that the Anakim retreated to Gaza after being defeated by Joshua in southern Canaan. Here is a reference to Joshua 3:10 and the clearing of Canaan of the others and as Joshua 11:22 says he drove the giants into Gaza. These descendents of the Nephilim mingled with the Philistines and fought the good fight against David’s airborne advanced technology. Spear chucking Philistines could not compete with the laser accuracy of David’s surgical strikes and supported by the power of the US, I mean Yahweh, the poor residents of Gaza were encircled. The propaganda of the victors turned the story on its head with David as the underdog. It is not ironic that the next generation anti Hamas anti-rocket weapon is called “David’s Slingshot” reflecting underlying Jewish association of Gaza with the Nephilim who were giants driven out of the promised land. It is a coded justification for wars of extermination as Yahweh ordered for the Israelis to do. Because of the association of fear of these giants with betrayal of the Lord, showing a lack of faith, those who would compromise with the Philistines hiding the Anakims, as human shields should be exterminated also. Essentially I am saying that Israel is using this Biblical story to prop up its justification for a racialist attitude toward Gaza both from the perspective of Jewish militant pride, ie David, and the fears of giants ie Hamas and terrorists in general. Playing on the tale of David and Goliath, and the history of the settlement of Palestine is an old game in the Israeli propaganda machine.

Israel critique Hamas Call for Human Shields in Gaza.
www.jewsnews.co.il

Slingers were very effective fighters in the ancient world and armies would recruit them especially from the Balearic Islands where they were known to be experts at that type of medium range missile warfare. Often slingers would be deployed at the onset of battles to soften up the enemy at the beginning of an engagement.

Artists conception of a Balearic Slinger
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The 4th, Earth Porn, and Nostalgia for a Natural World

Friday, July 4th, 2014

“This painting (circa 1872) by John Gast called American Progress, is an allegorical representation of the modernization of the new west. Here Columbia, a personification of the United States, leads civilization westward with American settlers, stringing telegraph wire as she sweeps west; she holds a school book. The different stages of economic activity of the pioneers are highlighted and, especially, the changing forms of transportation. The Native Americans and wild animals flee” (Modernization Theory, Wikipedia).

I was taken by a facebook site, Earth Porn, the natural world as eye candy. This I have traditionally associated with a form of nostalgia. This was exceptionally well portrayed in an old, 1973 movie, Soylent Green, where Edward G. Robinson, in his last role, living in a world of environmental collapse, over population and scarce resources, decides it is time to snuff it. He goes to local death-atorium where he is given the cool aid, and gets to listen to classical music and watch a video of how beautiful the earth once was. “The “going home” score in Roth’s death scene was conducted by Gerald Fried and consists of the main themes from Symphony No. 6 (”Pathétique”) by Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 6 (”Pastoral”) by Beethoven, and the Peer Gynt Suite (”Morning Mood” and “Åse’s Death”) by Edvard Grieg” (Soylent Green, Wikipedia).

Bee Colony Collapse Cartoon
www.bestbees.com

This movie had global warming, overpopulation, food shortages, and environmental destruction. People live on stoops and abandoned cars in the street of the New York of this dystopia. Infrastructure is crumbling and only the elite live in a reduced version of the former luxury that they had once known. Most people live on space rations of energy wafers. Fresh food, vegetables etc are only available to the well connected, and even their access is pitiful. Police use garbage trucks to deal with riots, scooping up people into their dumpsters in back. The crux of the movie’s plot is the discovery that the main energy food, a wafer called Soylent Green, is not made from plankton, the original food of last resort, but peoples bodies being recycled. This is the logical result of the collapse of all other food sources.

An Aquatic Air Breather
tfustudios.blogspot.com

The Edward G. Robinson character is old enough to remember the days when there was nature, room to live in and dignity in life. If this is the end of the world, then places like Calcutta, and the Favellas of Brazil already are there and have been for decades. Removal of populations from rural self sufficiency into the low wage work in urban environments, performing such tasks as stripping waste electronics from the developed world, of their resalable components, sorting through more traditional trash dumps for bits of recycled materials, selling second hand clothing transported from charity drop offs at Good Will and Salvation army, where they are baled and shipped to Africa where local textile production has collapsed and people wear second had throw away clothing made in Bangladesh sweat shops. The globalization of poverty has been enhanced buy the mechanization of agriculture, and squeezing the last bit of economies of scale out of each and every process in the world economy.

Dino-Soylent it is a matter of perspective.
www.qwantz.com

I have ranged quite far from my initial statement about the environment as eye candy, but because of its increased scarcity and the urbanization of the population, the natural world becomes subject of nostalgia. Even primitive people living outside the pale of civilization, as defined by being incorporated in the global capitalist economy, have disappeared from the planet and those few remaining are like the California Condor, endangered species. Organizations like Survival International are dedicated to preserving the rights of tribal people to exist outside of the western capitalist mode of production and exchange. They are exotic, rare and now instead of being threats, dangerous as portrayed in old racist moves from the 1930’s where even Tarzan is the scion of British aristocracy. This represents a certain nostalgia for a disappearing world also the emergence of a marketable commodity, the trade in untouched human communities. These world heritage cites, reservations, might be the equivalent of that preserved in Huxley’s Brave New World.

Brave New World by MAYUMI OTERO
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2012

Whether this commodification of the persistence of the pristine, is a sign of the imminent extinction of these aspects of life in the imagination of man, and thus its elimination from the world, as it is the image of the pristine and untrammeled nature that gives it value. If there is not a remaining image of that as valuable, then it has no means of being given a context in which to give it meaning. Once something is gone, it becomes mythologized, like the American West, recently critiqued in the movie A Million Ways to Die in the West, a Seth McFarlane post modern disparaging of the romantic vision of the old west while retaining the political correct vision of the Native Americans as the original hippies. This is another level of myth that is being perpetuated by McFarlane, who with good intentions is retaining a critique of history that is in the tradition of cultural studies postulated by Edward Said in his ground breaking work Orientalism, which critiques triumphalist eurocentrism. It goes further in claiming that imbedded in the tradition of western classical culture is the racism of an Aristotle and Greek definitions of the other as barbaric. This other became the slave and subhuman when Europe actually recovered from the collapse of the Roman Empire, some thousand ears later in the 16th century, when a rationale was needed to justify the imperial colonial project. Christianity as a justification, offering Christ to an unsuspecting world, as a rational for enslavement, conquest and exploitation was certainly something that a Chinese mandarin might find suspect.

poetry.rapgenius.com

I contend with some little alarm, that the environment is going the way of the passenger pigeon and in a sign of this we value it more. In capitalist language we will give this increasingly scarce resource an economic value as we turn pristine nature into the reserve of the affluent, until we have removed it to the realm of myth and nostalgia.

Nostalgia for Nature – Installation. 2012.
Plexiglas chamber with a lightbox, 3D printed black sculptures (painted Polyamid), 3 beetles, moss, soil, branch by Hugo Arcier
http://hugoarcier.com/en/nostalgia-for-nature-installation/


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