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Sleeping With Goyim in Mandatory Palestine

by Gilad Atzmon, Whatsupic

In a superb video (attached below), Dr. Daniela Reich, an Israeli academic who specialises in ‘Israeli studies’ elaborates on her research into ‘Jewess / Goyim’ relationships within the context of pre 1948 Palestine.

The video points at two conflicting factors within the emerging pre-Israeli Hebraic society:

1.      The Formal and conscious institutionalized utilization of young Jewish women to ‘befriend’ British Mandatory forces to promote the Zionist project and to collect intelligence.

2.     A brutal harassment campaign against young women caught dating British mandatory soldiers and officers.

As usual, the Jewish anti Zionist ‘dissidents’ are very effective in providing juicy historical and factual anecdotes; yet, the nature of the culture that drives such phenomenon is left untouched and even concealed. Within the idiom of Jewish Left anti Zionist discourse, we are asked to condemn the symptoms but never to examine the disease. In this invaluable video, made by Israeli peace activist David Sheen, the Jewish culture and heritage that provoked such horrendous behavior toward women is left untouched. Interestingly, the video stops abruptly as soon as Dr Reich mentions the ‘J’ word. Continue reading Sleeping With Goyim in Mandatory Palestine