2.) Came to believe that a by coming to our senses and gathering strength from one another, we could restore ourselves to sanity.
3.) Made a decision to shut the nightmare of Zionism down.
4.) Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves and discovered that over time, our minds had become warped by Zionism.
5.) Admitted to ourselves and to other human beings the exact sadistic, hateful, sick and twisted nature of Zionism.
6.) We prepared ourselves to remove all those hateful, dreaded and murderous aspects of Zionism.
7.) Took it upon ourselves to eradicate Zionism from the face of the Earth.
8.) Made a list of all persons & countries Zionists had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.
9.) Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, by confiscating the wealth the Zionists had stolen.
10.) Continued to search out those Zionists still in hiding to bring them to justice.
11.) Sought to free our brains from Zionism and its blood-soaked ways to improve our conscious contact with a mind free of Zionism, asking only for knowledge of TRUTH and the power to carry that out.
12.) Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to those poor souls shackled by Zionism and its agents, like FOX New, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.
Book Review: "Overcoming Zionism" | The Electronic IntifadaTo the above of Zionist Jew PM's who were also terrorists, I would add one of the architects of the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11, the former and current Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Overcoming Zionism, his first book on the question of Israel, is a contribution to the growing body of literature advocating “a single democratic state in Israel/Palestine.”... What is unique about Kovel’s project is its multi-perspectival nature: he demolishes Zionism from historical, political, cultural, environmental, ethical, and psychological perspectives, and still has space left for elegant invective and stimulating digression. In a word, his argument isn’t merely empirical, but in the broadest sense philosophical and often requires considerable concentration from the reader: such concentration is amply rewarded.
Zionism seeks “the restoration of tribalism in the guise of a modern, highly militarized and aggressive state.” It “cut Jews off from what history they did possess and led to a fateful identity of interest with antisemitism, which became … the only thing that united them.” It “fell into the ways of imperialist expansion and militarism, and showed signs of the fascist malignancy.” Zionists and their ilk — those who build literal and metaphorical separation walls — are “the splinters under the skin of humanity.” In short, “if you sign on to the idea of a Jewish state, you are taking the particularism that is the potential bane of any state, mixing it with the exceptionalism that is the actual bane of Judaism, and giving racism an objective, enduring, institutionalized and obdurate character.” Israel, he concludes, has “turned itself into a machine for the manufacture of human rights abuses.”
Another key concept here is bad conscience: indeed this book stems from a lengthy 2002 essay called “Zionism’s Bad Conscience.” Kovel points out that on three occasions the Israeli state has been led by a former terrorist: Menachem Begin (prime minister from 1977-83), Yitzhak Shamir (1983-92, with a break in 1984-6), and Ariel Sharon (2001-6).
Zionism is an Incurable Disease of the Mind
Zionism is a sickness, for it takes much more than just a twisted ideology to make people think like that. It requires a profound leap of immorality of a higher order to instill this mentality in your followers. Zionism is not merely a political movement, but in its essence represents a deeply disturbed view of the world, which is a reflection of a terrible disease of the mind.