The international creators of the state of Israel were two persons: Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR Joseph Stalin and Member of Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Lavrenty Beria, the leader of the Essence of Time movement, philosopher and political scientist Sergey Kurginyan said on October 17 in his original broadcast Destiny.
Meanwhile, the United States and the UK disagreed that a Jewish state should be established.
Discussing the escalation of the Palestine-Israel conflict, Kurginyan reminded that the state of Israel, “which was later more or less rightfully called Zionist, imperialist,” was “created not by the hands of the United States. Roosevelt was strongly against. And even less by the hands of the UK. This state was created by two persons. The first is Joseph Stalin, and the second is Lavrenty Beria.”
The political scientist noted that these were international factors that created the state of Israel, because there were other significant factors of its creation as well. It is the Zionist movement as well as a great flow of Jews to Israel due to the fact that after the end of World War Two, i.e. after the defeat of Hitler’s Germany, the European countries refused to accept their Jews back and to let them return to their homes, which is a silenced historical fact.
However, as for the international forces behind the creation of the Jewish state, “one should strongly understand, first, that the West never supported Israel in the form it was initially created. It believed it was a bad project,” Kurginyan reminded.
The UK was against the creation of the state of Israel because “it flew in the face of its positions in Middle East, while Roosevelt was against because he wanted to be friends with Saudi Arabia and, furthermore, he believed that double loyalty of the Jews was a bad idea.”
Kurginyan explained that under Roosevelt the Jews came to the US government for the first time, and he needed them to be loyal solely to the United States. That could not be achieved if a Jewish state appeared. This is why even Roosevelt, the most humanistically-minded and perhaps the best president of the USA in its entire history, was against the creation of the state of Israel as well as Churchill.
Israel was Stalin’s and Beria’s invention, because Beria funded it through his agent to purchase arms etc. Stalin supported the creation of Israel because he hoped that part of the Jews from the Soviet Union who wanted to leave for Israel would do so. Also, Stalin believed that Israel would be a socialist state.
“There was every reason for that. Israel of 1949, 1950, 1955, 1956 was a very strongly socialist state, with socialist economy and quite moderate socialist ideals. And there were special structures in Israel, essential for that period, called kibbutzes, i.e. communes, which were really ultra-communist. They were more communist than the Soviet Union of that period,” Kurginyan told.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency