Dr. Mahathir Mohamad said: “Jews Rule World by Proxy. They get others to fight and die for them.”
Though it is like a conspiracy nut’s statement, hey, it’s Dr Mahathir Mohamad who said it. He was the prominent leader from Malaysia, So he know very well what he said.
The Jewish Banker such as Rothschild finance the British to wage war against France. The Rothschilds earn enormous sum of profit from the war by giving loan to British Army and also for the rebuild cities after the war (Britannica Encyclopedia and Wikipedia). Even said that Nathan Mayer Rothschild as the war financial supporter receive the news of Wellington’s victory at the Battle of Waterloo a full day ahead of the government’s official messengers (Wikipedia).
The Jewish Paul Wolfowitz who led the World Bank also one of the Jews who use US government to attack Afghanistan and Iraq. So the statement “Jews Rule World by Proxy. They get others to fight and die for them.” Is very relevant.
The Jews via the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers control the Fed. The US money machine. They could print worthless paper into valuable money to finance US Presidential candidates and Senators. They make the Politicians as their puppets with their Campaign Money.
Here is the Video and articles when Dr. Mahathir said the statement:
Malaysian Leader: ‘Jews Rule World by Proxy’
Thursday, October 16, 2003
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia — Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad (search) on Thursday told a summit of Islamic leaders that “Jews rule the world by proxy” and the world’s 1.3 billion Muslims should unite, using non-violent means for a “final victory.
His speech at the Organization of the Islamic Conference (search) summit, which he was hosting, drew criticism from Jewish leaders, who warned it could spark more violence against Jews.
Mahathir, who is known for his outspoken, anti-Western rhetoric, criticized what he described as Jewish domination of the world and Muslim nations’ inability to adequately respond to it as he opened the meeting of Islamic leaders from 57 nations.
“The Europeans killed 6 million Jews out of 12 million, but today the Jews rule the world by proxy,” Mahathir said. “They get others to fight and die for them.”
Malaysia, a democratic nation which has a large non-Muslim population and does not enforce strict Islamic law, has long been a critic of Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories and of U.S. policy in the Middle East, including the war in Iraq and its strong backing of the Jewish state.
Mahathir, 77, who is retiring on Oct. 31, has used almost every international podium to lambaste the West for two decades, winning a reputation as an outspoken champion of Third World causes.
“For well over half a century we have fought over Palestine. What have we achieved? Nothing. We are worse off than before,” he said. “If we had paused to think, then we could have devised a plan, a strategy that can win us final victory.”
The prime minister, who has turned his country into the world’s 17th-ranked trading nation during his 22 years in power, said Jews “invented socialism, communism, human rights and democracy” to avoid persecution and gain control of the most powerful countries.
Mahathir added that “1.3 billion Muslims cannot be defeated by a few million Jews,” but he suggested using political and economic tactics instead of violence.
Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Jonathan Peled expressed disappointment in the remarks but said he wasn’t surprised.
“It is not new that in such forums there is always an attempt to reach of the lowest common denominator which is Israel bashing,” he said in Jerusalem. “But obviously we’d like to see more moderate and responsible kind of declarations coming out of such summits.”
Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center (search) in Los Angeles, said Mahathir has used anti-Israel statements in the past to prove he’s tough on the West. But, he said, Thursday’s speech was still worrisome.
“What is profoundly shocking and worrying is the venue of the speech, the audience and coming in the time we’re living in,” Cooper said during a visit to Jerusalem. “Mahathir’s speech today is an absolute invitation for more hate crimes and terrorism against Jews. That’s serious.”
U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia Marie Huhtala declined to comment on Mahathir’s speech. Washington was angered over a speech he made in February, as host of the Non-Aligned Movement of 117 countries, in which he described the looming war against Iraq as racist.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said he supported Mahathir’s analysis, which also included steps for how Muslim nations can develop economically and socially.
“It is great to hear Prime Minister Mahathir speak so eloquently on the problems of the ummah (Muslim world) and ways to remedy them,” Karzai said. “His speech was an eye-opener to a lot of us and that is what the Islamic world should do.”
The summit is the first since the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks reshaped global politics and comes at a time when many Muslims — even U.S. allies — feel the war on terrorism has become a war against them.
“It is well known that the Islamic community is being targeted today more than at any other time before in its creed, culture and social and political orientation,” said Qatar’s ruler, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, who hosted the U.S. headquarters in the Iraq war.
The status of Iraq also proved a divisive issue. Malaysia resisted inviting the U.S.-picked Iraqi Governing Council, describing it as a puppet of American occupation. But Arab countries that have recognized the interim body prevailed and council representatives were attending the summit.
Leaders attending the summit included Jordan’s King Abullah, Syrian President Bashar Assad, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo are attending as special observers because of their large Muslim minorities.
Mahathir attack on Jews condemned
Friday, October 17, 2003 Posted: 0233 GMT (10:33 AM HKT)
Mahathir and Putin
Malaysia’s Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, left, with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is attending the summit.
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia (CNN) — Malaysia’s prime minister has urged Muslims to unite against Jews who, he says, rule the world by “proxy” — comments criticized by Jewish leaders as an invitation to violence.
Opening a 57-nation Islamic summit in Malaysia Thursday, Dr. Mahathir Mohamad also urged Muslim youths to abandon suicide attacks and took aim at Islam, blaming a shift towards theological interpretations of the Koran that shunned science and development.
But it was his blistering attack on Jews and Israel that drew headlines and a swift condemnation from Israel, with an official there saying the veteran leader’s comments fuel “further hatred and misunderstanding.”
A White House official also condemned the comments.
In his speech at Putrajaya, Malaysia’s new administrative capital, the outgoing leader named Israel as “the enemy allied with most powerful nations.”
Mahathir, who steps down at the end of the month, has become notorious for controversial speeches during his 22 years as leader and has been a key proponent of a unified political stance among Muslim nations.
In his attack at the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), Mahathir said Jews ruled the world and got others to fight and die for them, but added that they would not be able to defeat the world’s 1.3 billion Muslims.
“We are actually very strong, 1.3 billion people cannot be simply wiped out. The Europeans killed 6 million Jews out of 12 million. But today the Jews rule the world by proxy. They get others to fight and die for them,” he said.
Jewish leaders said Mahathir’s comments could spark fresh attacks on Jews.
Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Jonathan Peled told CNN, “We deeply regret and reject the statement made by Prime Minister Mahathir,” but added that Israel is still studying the statement.
“We find it especially discomfiting that, at a time like this, instead of calling for peace and reconciliation among peoples and nations, there are statement fueling further hatred and misunderstanding.
“It comes as no surprise that in a summit like this there is a search for the lowest common denominator among the members, which is Israeli bashing.”
The comment came on the eve of U.S. President George W. Bush’s trip to Asia.
“Prime Minister Mahathir’s bluster and polarizing rhetoric are not new,” a senior administration official said Thursday. “But his most recent hate-filled remarks further cement his legacy of outrageous and misguided public statements. We urge leaders of all faiths to publicly condemn these vile statements.”
Bush has no plans to meet with the prime minister, although the two may “bump into each other” at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum to be held in Bangkok, Thailand, the official said.
The Associated Press quoted Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, California, as saying, “Mahathir’s speech today is an absolute invitation for more hate crimes and terrorism against Jews. That’s serious.”
Mahathir has often lashed out at Israel and the United States, which he blames for fueling violence and angst in the Arab and Muslim world.
Malaysia, a moderate, mostly Muslim nation, has long been a critic of Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories.
Under Mahathir’s leadership, it has also opposed U.S. policy in the Middle East, including the backing of the Jewish state and the recent war in Iraq.
During the 1997-1998 Asian financial crisis, he railed against what he said was a Western capitalist conspiracy to keep developing nations like Malaysia under control.
In his speech to the OIC — the biggest gathering of Muslim leaders since the September 11, 2001, attacks in the United States — Mahathir described the current situation as one of Islam’s lowest points in history and highlighted the growing gap between the West and the Muslim world.
He called on Muslims to emulate the Jewish response to oppression, arguing the Jewish people had “survived 2,000 years of pogroms not by hitting back, but by thinking.”
Mahathir said, “They invented socialism, communism, human rights and democracy, so that persecuting them would appear to be wrong, so that they can enjoy equal rights with others.
“With these they have gained control of the most powerful countries and they, this tiny community, have become a world power.
“We cannot fight them through brawn alone, we must use our brains, also.”
Mahathir said for too long Muslims had mistakenly believed Islam rejected new technology and progress.
Such interpretations, combined with the accusation that Islam promoted terrorism, were the major reasons all Muslim people were suffering “oppression and humiliation,” he added.
“Islam is not just for the seventh century AD. Times have changed. Whether we like it or not, we have to change,” Mahathir said.
“Not our teaching. … Islam is not wrong, but the interpretations by our scholars can be wrong.”
Mahathir suggested new tactics for Muslims to vent their anger and frustration.
“Is there no other way than to ask our young people to blow themselves up and kill people and invite the massacre of more of our own people?” he asked.
“It cannot be that there is no other way. … We must not antagonize everyone. We must win their hearts and minds.”
Australian Prime Minister John Howard condemned the comments.
“It is offensive,” Mr Howard said on Melbourne radio 3AW Friday.
“Let me make it clear — any invocation of rivalry between Jews and Muslims is very unhelpful. The religions of both groups exhort each other to live together in peace, (and) are opposed to terrorism.”
Howard said the world had a common interest in uniting the good forces of Islam, Judaism and Christianity to wage a war against terrorism, bigotry and extremism.
The OIC — formed in 1969 to support the Palestinians — must act on a unified front, Mahathir said, and use its political, economic and demographic clout to reverse 50 years of “bitter defeat.”
“The Koran tells us that when the enemy sues for peace, we must react positively. True, the treaty offered to us is not favorable. But we can negotiate. The Prophet did,” he added.
“And in the end he triumphed.”
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who pulled out of the summit due to Security Council negotiations over a U.S. resolution on Iraq, said he understood “feelings of humiliation, anger and fear” among Muslims but condemned suicide bombings as detrimental to the Islamic cause.
“These acts of terrorism, abhorred and rejected by all of you, defile and damage even the most legitimate cause,” Annan said in his written speech, delivered at the summit by special representative of the secretary general to Afghanistan, Lakhdar Brahimi.
“They must be condemned, and must be stopped.”
— CNN Jakarta Bureau Chief Maria Ressa contributed to this report
Mahathir on Jews: What he said
By Richard S Ehrlich and ATol staff
BANGKOK – A week after Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad made controversial remarks about Jews in a speech to the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), the debate still rages over whether his comments were anti-Semitic or were taken out of context and unfairly sensationalized by the media.
Asia Times Online invites readers to go to the OIC website and judge for themselves by reading Mahathir’s speech; a link is provided at the bottom of this article.
In the main, Mahathir’s speech to his fellow Muslim leaders was a scathing criticism of their failure to modernize, improve the living conditions of their own people, and resist attacks by the non-Muslim world – including Jews – on Muslim states and the Islamic religion, in word and in deed.
“We fail to notice that our detractors and enemies do not care whether we are true Muslims or not. To them we are all Muslims, followers of a religion and a Prophet [who] they declare promotes terrorism, and we are all their sworn enemies,” declared Mahathir. “They will attack and kill us, invade our lands, bring down our governments whether we are Sunnis or [Shi’ites], Alawait or Druze or whatever. And we aid and abet them by attacking and weakening each other, and sometimes by doing their bidding, acting as their proxies to attack fellow Muslims. We try to bring down our governments through violence, succeeding to weaken and impoverish our countries.”
Mahathir, a medical doctor and scientist as well as one of the Islamic world’s most successful and prominent statesmen, with 22 years as premier of his country, noted that Islam teaches its followers to acquire knowledge, and that at one time Muslims led the world in scientific pursuits. “But halfway through the building of the great Islamic civilization came new interpreters of Islam who taught that acquisition of knowledge by Muslims meant only the study of Islamic theology. The study of science, medicine etc was discouraged. Intellectually the Muslims began to regress. With intellectual regression the great Muslim civilization began to falter and wither.”
Citing the the Muslim holy book, the Koran, Mahathir ridiculed the belief that the backwardness and poverty suffered by millions of Muslims is the “Will of Allah … The early Muslims were as oppressed as we are presently. But after their sincere and determined efforts to help themselves in accordance with the teachings of Islam, Allah had helped them to defeat their enemies and to create a great and powerful Muslim civilization. But what effort have we made, especially with the resources that He has endowed us with?”
Remarks in the speech about how Jews “have become a world power”, though laced with harsh words difficult to misinterpret, backed up his plea to fellow Muslims to think and plan their own revival as a great civilization: “We cannot fight them through brawn alone. We must use our brains also. Of late because of their power and their apparent success they have become arrogant. And arrogant people, like angry people, will make mistakes, will forget to think. They are already beginning to make mistakes. And they will make more mistakes. There may be windows of opportunity for us now and in the future. We must seize these opportunities. But to do so we must get our acts right.”
Mahathir has refused to back away from any of his comments. In an interview this week with the English-language Bangkok Post, he declared that Jews are anti-Muslim and therefore must be taken to task.
“Many newspapers are owned by the Jews … only their side of the picture is given now,” he said. “The Muslims, we are pictured as terrorists, unreasonable people, unable to administer our countries, unable to develop our countries. That is the picture that is being given,” he told the paper.
“In dealing with terrorists, you have to find out why they want to crash a plane into a huge building,” he said, referring to the September 11, 2001, attack on New York. “Yes, you can apply military pressure, but you must also find the root cause, the political cause.”
The Israeli embassy in Bangkok, meanwhile, has demanded that “the Muslim world” and others condemn Mahathir for invoking ideas of the kind that enabled Nazis to kill more than 6 million Jews.
“We call on right-thinking people and countries, both the Muslim world and outside of it, to utterly condemn the invocation of the same anti-Semitic ideas which led to the worst case of mass murder in human history,” the embassy’s deputy chief of mission, Shalomi Kofman, said in a statement.
“It is a shame that in the course of a speech ostensibly dedicated to solving the problems in the Muslim world in the 21st century, Dr Mahathir Mohamad could not restrain himself from resurrecting vile invectives, innuendo and outright lies taken straight from classic anti-Semitic propaganda,” the Israeli diplomat wrote in a statement published in Thailand’s media on Tuesday.
“I have friends who are Jews,” Mahathir said in the Bangkok Post interview, also published on Tuesday. “We don’t want to kill them.”
The Malaysian leader is due to step down as prime minister at the end of this month. The biggest opposition party in his Muslim-majority Southeast Asian nation, however, is even more hardline in its pro-Islamic stance and has demanded that Malaysia be ruled by 1,300-year-old Sharia laws drawn from the Koran. The Islamic Party, or Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS), demands that males and females be segregated in supermarket lines and other public places, while thieves’ limbs be amputated and anyone convicted of adultery, rape or murder be stoned to death, in keeping with Islamic forms of justice.
“We support Hamas, because they are Palestinians who are being oppressed,” the new president of PAS, Abdul Hadi Awang, told a party conference in September. “All Israeli civilians are soldiers and all of Israeli territory is a battlefield,” Abdul later told a news conference.
Abdul is to lead PAS in next year’s general elections, which will be Malaysia’s first national poll in 22 years without Mahathir heading the government’s side.
In the past, while competing against PAS for votes, Mahathir has frequently whipped up anti-Jewish sentiment. His speech to the 57-nation OIC last Thursday in Putrajaya, Malaysia’s new administrative capital, drew strong applause.
“The Europeans killed 6 million Jews out of 12 million, but today the Jews rule the world by proxy,” Mahathir told the Islamic meeting. “They get others to fight and die for them,” he added.
“They invented socialism, communism, human rights and democracy so that persecuting them would appear to be wrong, so that they can enjoy equal rights with others. With these they have now gained control of the most powerful countries and they, this tiny community, have become a world power.”
Mahathir cheered the OIC by predicting that “1.3 billion Muslims cannot be defeated by a few million Jews”.
“Everyone thinks the comments were hateful, they are outrageous,” US National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice told reporters on Monday during an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Bangkok. She said US President George W Bush perceived the Malaysian leader’s statements as “reprehensible”.
Mahathir responded to the international outcry by telling the Bangkok Post, “They pick up one sentence in which I said ‘the Jews control the world’. Well, the reaction of the world shows that they control the world.”
Bush and Mahathir, along with 19 other world leaders, attended the APEC summit, which ended on Tuesday.
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