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The 'final' downfall of Israel was predicted by Einstein

It doesn't take a genius to see that the failing Zionist project called Israel is coming apart at the seams. It was a genius, though, who predicted the demise of the fledgling state when he was asked to help raise funds for its terrorist cells.

Ten years before the state declared its "independence" in 1948 on land stolen from the people of Palestine, Albert Einstein described the proposed creation of Israel as something which conflicted with "the essential nature of Judaism." Having fled Hitler's Germany and eventually becoming a US citizen, Einstein needed no lessons in what fascism looked like.

One of the greatest physicists in history, and supported by some other high profile Jewish intellectuals, Einstein spotted the flaws and fault lines in 1946 when he addressed the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on the Palestinian issue. He couldn't understand why Israel was needed. "I believe it is bad," he said.

Two years later, in 1948, he and a number of Jewish academics sent a letter to the New York Times to protest against a visit to America by Menachem Begin. In the well-documented letter, they denounced Begin's Herut (Freedom) party, likening it to "a political party closely akin in its organisation, methods, political philosophy and social appeal to the Nazi and Fascist parties."

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