Israeli General's Son on the Demise of the Zionist State

by Christopher Bollyn

March 9, 2012

Miko Peled, the son of the famous Israeli general Mattiyahu Peled, has continued his late father's struggle to find a way for Israelis and Palestinians to live in peace with justice.  Miko Peled has recently written a book entitled The General's Son

Miko Peled has made a very good video, about 29 minutes long, in which he explains the three fundamental myths of the modern Israeli state.  Peled's father, a member of the general staff during the 1967 war, realized the need for the creation of a Palestinian state on the West Bank and Gaza after the war.  The hard-line extremist Zionists, however, rejected General Peled's sage advice in 1967 and Israel has followed a rejectionist path ever since; a path that is leading to the demise of the Zionist state, as his son explains.  Since 1977 Israel has been ruled primarily by the Likud, a political party created by Menachem Begin and the former terrorists of the Irgun and other radical groups.  The fact that Israel is ruled by a political party created by terrorists is seldom discussed in the tightly-controlled U.S. media.

I highly recommend viewing this excellent video on the myths and demise of the Zionist state as explained by an intelligent Israeli who knows what he is talking about.

Recommended Reading:

Obituary of General Matti Peled, The Independent (UK), March 16, 1995