It is impossible to affirm that all of those who wish for the destruction of Israel or the disappearance of the Jewish people follow the same pattern. These are varied organizations and people that opt for different destructive tactics. The first technique has been physical force, the prime option of the Arab/ Muslim states up to the War of 1973. Since then, countries that do not dare a direct confrontation (for example, Iran), train, finance and arm terrorist proxies. The second approach is the diplomatic strategy. After the failure of the Arab oil boycott post-1973, an alliance was formed between Islamic-Fascist dictatorships, the communist block and “third-world” countries, who use international organizations to transform Israel into a “systematic violator of the international law”. Third, the journalists: the exploitation of the structure of media chronicles and the lack of depth of professionals to promote victimization. Fourth, the BDS tactic: its goal is to “starve” the State of Israel by isolating its capacity to produce and sell merchandise throughout the world. They also promote cultural isolation. Fifth, the dialectic “reasoning”, used successfully by the Nazis. Before annihilating six million Jews, they were able to impose the conviction that the Jews were a sub-race, a virus, which had to be destroyed to save humanity.
Zionism equals everything bad, known and unknown. Israel is Nazi, practices Apartheid and it is Zionist... the important thing is to create the legitimacy to destroy Israel. The last one is “clepto-history”: steal from Jewish history, because if they do not have it, they do not exist: affirming that the Temple of Jerusalem did not exist and that the Palestinians are descendants of the Natufians (a pre-Canaanite culture of 12,000 years ago), or that Jesus was “Palestinian”. Several university academics stand out in this category.