THE STORY OF THE JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE Page 323
Chapter 10: Epilogue
 
 
Prev Page   Page Guide   Next Page
Epilogue 323

b3.aNo concessions of any kind will satisfy Arabs and btherefore, no concessions of any kind dare be made! Not one inch! bFailure to understand this will mean tragedy for Israel.

b4.aThe Kissinger-Nixon-Ford Middle East policy is part bof the general fraud known as détente under which bAmerican power and survival is weakened because of the bneed of an egotist to prove his brilliance and a President to bwin reelection. The present administration will push Israel bto the wall and it is encouraged in this by Israeli concessions band weakness.

bMass protest and powerful pressure of Jew and Gentile alike bmust begin now to demand Kissinger’s removal, while mak- bing it clear to the President that every ounce of energy will bbe used to prevent his reelection in 1976.

bAnd most important:

b5.aThe present government of Israel is weak, confused, vaccilat- bing and a vassal of Kissinger. It has retreated time after time bfrom the positions that it knows are correct and it stands on bthe verge of giving up a huge chunk of Sinai for nothing in breturn.

bThose who love Israel must learn to distinguish between the state and bthe government. The State is inviolate but the government is bnot. Those who love Israel must realize the following bpoints—

bAnd act on them:—

ba.aThe concessions made by the government of bIsrael—time after time—reveal a dangerous policy of hap- bless reliance on—Kissinger and lack of ability to take the bbitter necessary step of saying not one inch!

bb.aThe present government must be replaced by a bwall-to-wall national unity government under the policy of b“no territorial concessions”, headed by leaders who believe bin this principle.

bc.aThe lead in this must come from American Jews bwhose influence over the present Israeli government is bgreater than that of the Israeli people. The American Jew bmust mount a drive to support, with funds and pressure, bthose groups in Israel who stand for the principles of bnational unity without concessions. He must call upon any b 

Prev Page   Page Guide   Next Page
 
 
THE STORY OF THE JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE Page 323
Chapter 10: Epilogue