The Crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill

The Crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill

Marc Lamont Hill is being silenced across the media and across academia for comments that he made regarding Israel.

At the United Nations, Hill said in a speech, “We have an opportunity to not just offer solidarity in words but to commit to political action, grassroots action, local action, and international action that will give us what justice requires and that is a free Palestine from the river to the sea.”

He continued, “Contrary to western mythology, Black resistance to American apartheid did not come purely through Gandhi and nonviolence, rather slave revolts and self-defense and tactics otherwise divergent from Dr. King or Mahatma Gandhi were equally important to preserving safety and attaining freedom. If we are to operate in true solidarity with the Palestinian people, we must allow the Palestinian people the same range of opportunity and political possibility.”

And now, Chairman of Temple University’s board Patrick O’Connor, who is also a lawyer, said on CNN, “It should be made clear that no one at Temple is happy with his comments. Free speech is one thing. Hate speech is entirely different.” He continued, “I’m not happy. The board’s not happy. The administration’s not happy. People wanted to fire him right away. We’re going to look at what remedies we have.”

The crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill is yet another example of the fact that we are in a Zionist world order.

To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed criticize. – Voltaire

These are the same Zionists that control Black culture andare currently infiltrating Africa.

But in the process of destroying our Brother, Zionists have revealed their hand, revealed their strategy, and raised serious questions that we should all be asking.

Zionism’s Anti-Semetic Strategy

Before you keep reading, understand that the term Zionist is used intentionally – Every Zionist is not a Jew, and every Jew is not a Zionist.

Zionists use a clear cut strategy to silence any and all opposition to their agenda: label them Anti-Semites.

This strategy has been adopted by all Zionist authorities around the world with what they call the “3D” test –  three criteria that supposedly distinguishes legitimate criticism of Israel from anti-Semitism.

Demonization – Subjective ‘demonization’ of Zionism is considered anti-Semetic. Zionists call even the most subtle of criticisms demonization and anti-Semetic.

Double standards – When Zionists subjectively feel like criticism of Israel is applied selectively or unfairly, is considered anti-Semetic. Zionists dont like their dirty laundry being aired if others are not included in the criticism.

and Delegitimization – When Zionists feel that anyone is questioning Israel’s right to exist as the sole power in the territories they have seized from the indigenous people of the region (the Palestinians), then the flag of anti-Semetism is waved.

These three ‘Ds’ give Zionists a broad and wide range of behaviors that can be labeled anti-Semetic hate speech.

However, none of Marc Lamont Hill’s statements fell within the realm of hate speech.
After the incident, he clarified his statements via Twitter.

Marc Lamont Hill responded via Twitter:

Mr. Hill’s statements at the United Nations raise some questions that should be asked about Israeli-Palestinian relations. Namely:

Why Is Israel Starving Palestinians Out?

So far it looks like Israel has everything it wants. Plenty of land. Leaders of the world kissing its ring. Nukes. A booming economy. Why would Israel want to inflict more suffering on Palestine by starving them out?

Here is what I am talking about:

During peace talks back in 1993 called the Oslo Accords, negotiations resulted in Israel being obligated to let Palestinians fish up to 20 nautical miles out from the coast.

Yea. That never happened.

The widest range Israel has allowed in the past 10 years is 12 nautical miles, and at times, the limit was reduced to one nautical mile

The Crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill

That meant less food for the Palestinians.

Combine that fact with the ever shrinking amount of arable land, and you have people on the brink of starvation.

Between 1995 and 2014, arable land as a share of land area in Palestine was decreasing on average by 1.37 % each year, although before that, it grew from 16.6 % in 1965 to 18.4 % in 1995.

The Crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill

So you cant fish. You cant farm. And the roads in are all controlled by your enemies. You might find yourself throwing rocks, too.

Why Is Israel Arbitrarily Killing Palestinians?

Just yesterday an Israeli sniper killed a well-known Palestinian protester who had no legs, no weapons, and was in a wheelchair. He died from a single gunshot to the head.

The Crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill

Maybe I am misinformed about how snipers work, but dont snipers use scopes to aquire targets? So wouldn’t that mean this sniper would have known he was about to shoot an unarmed man in a wheelchair?

One Palestinian child has been killed every 3 days by Israel for 13 years

Of course the sniper knew. And he didn’t give a damned. Murdering civilians is part of a strategy that the Israelis call ‘cutting the grass’. During the Oslo Accords it was agreed that the Israeli military would leave Palestine, but twenty years later Israel still has permanent military presence in more than 80% of the West Bank.

From these permanent positions, Israelis have killed Palestinians for infractions that range from throwing rocks to (gasp!) carrying Palestinian flags.

Some Israeli strikes target members of Hamas — a supposed terrorist group that lobs rockets across the border. But most of the attacks seem to be arbitrary: A local UN office estimated that up to 77 percent of people killed in Gaza are civilians.

Even worse, there seems to be no limit to who Israelis would kill — the oldest known victim was an 81 year old woman, and the youngest was an 18 month old child. One Palestinian child killed every 3 days by Israel for 13 years.

The Crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill

Israel gets away with these crimes against humanity scott free. As Defense for Children International — Palestine (DCIP) points out, “Accountability for shootings [of Palestinian children] by Israeli forces is extremely rare. Only one incident since 2014 has resulted in an indictment.”

The group’s accountability program director Ayed Abu Eqtaish stated: “Intentional lethal force now appears to be routinely used by Israeli forces, even in unjustified situations, with no accountability, putting more and more children at risk.”

Why Is Israel Censoring Palestine?

So Palestine cant fight back. They have no military. They are too hungry to sustain long term operations. And the rest of the Middle East is busy dealing with a metric F-ton of other problems. Palestine’s only other option is appealing to the humanity of the rest of the world.

So the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement and similar organizations were created to pressure Israel to stop starving and killing Palestinians. They used both traditional and social media and public discourse to get the word out.

So far, those pleas have fallen on hard hearts and deaf ears. You might remember when the Governor of New York came out of left field with this announcement:

“Today, I’m going to sign an Executive Order that says very clearly, we are against the BDS movement, and it’s very simple. If you boycott against Israel, New York will boycott you. If you divert revenues from Israel, New York will divert revenues from you. If you sanction Israel, New York will sanction you, period.” — Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York. 2016

Universities long hailed as bastions of free speech have shut down any activism on the part of Palestine.

  • The University of Cambridge threatened to ban a meeting about the BDS movement unless the Palestinian academic chairing it was removed and replaced with its own choice. As of November of 2017, a final decision hasn’t been made.
  • UC Berkeley administrators censored a student-taught course on Palestine.
  • New York’s Fordham University shut down plans for a Students for Justice in Palestine chapter because they said it would contradict the college’s values of “civility.”

If the world is all about a ‘two-state solution’, why is only one state allowed to speak?

Israel is not above reproach – no nation is. And rightly pointing out their injustices is far from hate speech.

Marc Lamont Hill is being crucified, not for being anti-Semetic, but for exposing the true nature of the Zionist world order.

The Crucifixion of Marc Lamont Hill

Mr. Hill is a living example of the Martin Luther king Jr quote: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

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