Support the State for Jews!

Support the Legitimate, Peacefully Created and Beautiful State for Jews

by Ariadna Theokopoulos

This is not a satire. I mean every word of it literally.
The State for Jews is beautiful not only because it is picturesque but most importantly because it is beautiful morally:

* It was created by the stroke of the pen by a visionary man, without shedding any blood, without displacing native population.

* It is self-sufficient, not a parasite state

* It is peaceful, having never waged war on its neighbors, nor having any plans to do so any time soon.

* It is a true haven of security for jews.

Yet the only thing it lacks is Jews. The relatively few jews who live there keep calling on their co-religionaries all over the world to join them but their call falls on deaf ears. The only explanation is that most jews must be unaware of it. A worldwide campaign to popularize the State for Jews is necessary.

I am speaking, of course, of Birobidjan. The visionary who created the first state for jews 81 years ago was Stalin, although the wikipedia entry for Birobidjan, ungratefully, does not even mention him.
Easily accessible by the Trans-siberian railway, the state for jews is located close to China and is defined by the two rivers that gave it its name: Bira and Bidzhan (transmogrified by talmudist falsifiers into the Nile and the Euphrates). It has a continental climate, which the Ashkenazim are used to, unlike the dry and hot climate of Palestine. All to the good.

Birobidjan was planned by a Swiss jew in the late 20s with nice, wide avenues and fountains. The official language, appropriately is Yiddish, the language of Ashkenazi jews. It even has a coat of arms:

Everything in Birobidjan is real, unlike just about everything in that false ‘state for jews’ called “Israel” where even the Wailing Wall is a fraud– the remnant of a Roman wall declared part of the Temple by a rabbi in the 16th century.

As Rehmat notes, even Einstein supported Birobidjan, but zionists prevailed and jews flocked instead to Palestine to destroy another nation’s land and culture, massacre the local population and send millions into exile.

Just think: Palestinians could come home, “Israel” could be denuclearized, no more wars with the neighbors, no more threats of a nuclear war upon Iran. No more parasitic living on the backs of the American taxpayers. Peace and dignity. If only jews understood that they have a country of their own, safe, where they can learn to be self-sustaining. Statues of Stalin in every square would not be out of order.

Support the State for Jews, the real state for jews! Campaign to help the Israeli jews (and all others who so wish) to go home!

                                      Please send us Jews!
Coming attractions:
This year’s Festival of Lights features yet another Menorah that will send light to a height of 210 meters, visible from any part of town and even kilometers beyond the city limits. This innovative structure has already been set up on one of the city’s highest points. Attached to it is a tall TV-radio antenna, to which a projector has been affixed. Facing due east to symbolize the fire of the Chanukah candles, this pioneering Menorah resembles a light house for Russia’s Far East region. Designed by Iosif Brener, a member of the local community, this structure features nine 500 watt lamps.”

L’chaim! Next year in Birobidjan!

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  1. Jonathon August 23, 2012 at 6:41 pm #

    You had me going for a while… It looks quite large compared to Israel. LOL

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 23, 2012 at 9:31 pm #

      Large and pretty and best of all: not many Goyim in it at all to offend their sight.

  2. Mary Hughes Thompson August 23, 2012 at 7:37 pm #

    Lots of room for settlement expansion. No nasty Arabs breathing down their necks. And best of all a chance for Palestinians to live in peace on their own land. I’m sure some Jews will choose to stay as Palestinians, but the zionists will leave and certainly they won’t be missed. Insha’Allah.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 23, 2012 at 9:34 pm #

      Yes, all that and no need to pretend to secularism or, multiculturalism, which is a pain in the neck for the jews in Israel.

  3. somoe August 23, 2012 at 7:42 pm #

    Brilliant article, Ariadna. What an inspiration! All those poor jews that felt so unwanted by the rest of the world actually DO have somewhere other than Palestine to go to. What a shame it’s so unknown by most people and in danger of collapse from lack of jews. To think that they deferred to the illegitimate state of Israel and never declared themselves as an actual state is criminal – Someone ought to stick their necks right out and declare it so! You do a great service to jews, and indeed all humanity, with this article.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 23, 2012 at 9:35 pm #

      Thank you, Somoe. It means a lot coming from you.
      Long live Birobidjan, the true State for Jews!

  4. Ariadna Theokopoulos August 23, 2012 at 9:45 pm #

    I just realized that a PR campaign for Birobidjan needs a catchy slogan, something like:
    “Come for the Hannukah lights, stay for the …. ?”
    Ideas are welcome.

  5. somoe August 31, 2012 at 8:00 am #

    Birobidjan ~ the Jewish Homeland for those with a Conscience.

    • ariadna August 31, 2012 at 9:42 pm #

      Thanks Somoe, I will collect as many as I get. I like your perspective, how about:

      Birobidjan — keep kosher AND your conscience

    • Abir's cousin November 25, 2012 at 2:06 am #

      Somoe…..brilliant and positive statement …..however with chabad established there one would be hard pressed to say those with conscience would want to gravitate there.

      Thank you Ariadna for this expanded horizon for HOPE

  6. Tony Greenstein January 6, 2013 at 1:29 pm #

    I have been having intensive psychological help recently, and have realised that I project accusations of anti-Semitism onto those who support Atzmon, because Atzmon identified my symptoms right from the beginning.

    I am contemplating moving to Birobidjan in the near future.

  7. chumachil July 28, 2013 at 2:07 pm #

    Your proposal is actually laughable. Relocating Jews to an inhospitable Siberian land? Is the author unhinged like Michèle Renouf and other twats who believe in a weird project of Stalin?

    Sorry, I prefer a Palestinian state in Sinai Peninsula (voluntary) that a Jewish state in Birobidjan (forced relocation).

    Booyah, bitches!!!

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 8, 2013 at 3:54 am #

      “Inhospitable”? Birobijan? Have you been there? Neah. I am surprised a Jew would have such low self-esteem as you do.
      Don’t you believe that all that Jewish ingenuity would make Siberia bloom. Israel’s greatest contribution to the world so far, that awesome talent, Uri Geller, could surely bend nature to his Jewish will.

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