While the world was first watching Nazi show trials in Nuremberg, then anxiously wondering if the 1948-49 U.S.S.R. blockade of West Berlin would erupt into another world war, Zionist interlopers--many from the USSR--were on a rampage in Palestine, murdering the indigenous Palestinians by the thousands and sending hundreds of thousands fleeing for their lives, many with only the clothes they had on their back.
Thus Israel came into existence, imprinted with the blood-soaked DNA of thousands and thousands of the indigenous people of Palestine and the theft of an incalculable amount of land, personal possessions, farms and homes from Palestinians.
During WWII, the Soviet Union was an ally of the USA, with Roosevelt and Stalin becoming almost 'chummy' during the many meetings they had to discuss war strategy. What happened in the short time between the end of WWII and the beginning of the Berlin Blockade and consequent Berlin Airlift to sour that relationship?
Were there other factors at work?
Although there is a debate as to whether or not Stalin was Jewish, he surrounded himself with Jewish advisors and beautiful, young Jewish women. Did they push the "Man of Steel" into blockading West Berlin in order to create a traumatic sensation in Germany to divert the world's media from bothering about reporting all the Zionist butchery going on in Palestine?
Over a period of two years, from 1947-1949, the Zionists demolished 419 Arab villages and depopulated the Palestinian Arabs in those towns. When the state of Israel was established in 1948 it became apparant that this Zionist policy was a systematic state-sponsored program to replace Palestinians and their land with Jews and Jewish villages.
The following are some quotes by a Palestinian author, Walid Khalidi and Israeli war hero, Moshe Dayan.
"By the end of the 1948 war, hundreds of entire villages had not only been depopulated but obliterated, their houses blown up or bulldozed. While many of the sites are difficult to access, to this day the observant traveller of Israeli roads and highways can see traces of their presence that would escape the notice of the casual passer-by: a fenced-in area, often surmounting a gentle hill, of olive and other fruit trees left untended, of cactus hedges and domesticated plants run wild. Now and then a few crumbled houses are left standing, a neglected mosque or church, collapsing walls along the ghost of a village lane, but in the vast majority of cases, all that remains is a scattering of stones and rubble across a forgotten landscape."
Walid Khalidi, Palestinian author, All That Remains.
"Jewish villages were built in the place of Arab villages. You do not even know the names of these Arab villages, and I do not blame you because geography books no longer exist, not only do the books not exist, the Arab villages are not there either. Nahlal arose in the place of Mahlul; Kibbutz Gvat in the place of Jibta; Kibbutz Sarid in the place of Huneifis; and Kefar Yehushu'a in the place of Tal al-Shuman. There is not one single place built in this country that did not have a former Arab Population."
Moshe Dayan, Israeli war hero, Address to the Technion, Haifa
(as quoted in Ha'aretz, April 4, 1969)