farmelantj at juno.com
Wed Dec 19 09:48:03 MST 2001
Here is what Norman Cantor had to say about the rightwing Revisionist
Zionists in his book *The American Century*. He notes that:
"The right-wing Zionists of the interwar era went so
far from ghetto and shtetl culture as to develop an
affinity for fascism. This group was led by the Polish
intellectual Ze'ev Jabotinsky and became well known
as the Revisionists. Menachem Begin came out of the
Revisionist movement in Poland. He was a leader of
the paramilitary Revisionist auxiliary, Betar, modeled
consciously on the German storm troopers abd Mussolini's
Blackshirts. (Revisionists are now called the Herut
Party, the main component of the Likud coalition)."
"Jabotinsky and Begin welcomed the Nazis, who, they
thought, would drive the Jews out of Europe to Palestine.
They also admired the Nazi's militant and terrorist
tactics. The future belonged, they concluded, to fascist
parties and terrorist groups, and they formed their
own. This was useful during the worst days of British
rule, in 1943-47. The Irgun Zvi Leumi (Begin) and Stern
Gang (Yitzhak Shamir), underground terrorist organizations,
grew out of the Revisionist movement and its Betar
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