by Yair Davidiy

9 July 2012, 19 Tammuz 5772
The UN-US of Joseph Vote for Partition.
A Brit-Am perspective.

In June 1947 the new-formed UN had a vote on the partition of what was then known as Palestine. It was decided that Palestine should be divided into independent Jewish and Arab sections. As a result of this vote, the British left the area, the war between Arabs and Jews intensified and the State of Israel came into being.

The UN Vote on Partition is seen in present-day Israeli consciousness and in Jewish historiography as having great significance. A brief analysis of the voting patterns and of what produced them shows that to a great degree the outcome of this vote was due to the will of what we consider to be Israelite Nations.
In Biblical Times Ten out of the Twelve Tribes of Israel had been exiled and lost their identity. Their descendants are now to be found amongst Western Peoples. They are the Lost Ten Tribes. This is proven from the Bible, Talmud, and Rabbinical Sources as well as from Secular Studies in Ancient History, Archaeology, Mythology, Linguistics, and related fields.

Joseph is predominant in Britain and the USA. The USA is dominated by Manasseh but numerically contains very many from Ephraim. Many members of the other Israelite Tribes are also now to be found amongst the USA populace. Possibly up to half the descendants of Israel are now in the USA.
Statistics: Israelite-Dominated Nations and World Population.
There is a tradition that the forces of Joseph will help Judah return to the Land and rebuild it. This is what the USA has been doing. The pivotal role of the USA may be exemplified by an examination of the Vote on Partition in 1947, as seen below.


Proof of Josephite Origin: The UN-US Vote for Partition.

In 1947 members of the UN voted for the Partition of Palestine. This Vote had Cosmic Significance. It lead the way to the creation of the State of Israel. It also freed the Jews from the one remaining impediment to ending the Exile. The USA was instrumental in ensuring that the needed two-thirds majority was reached. This is yet another proof identifying America with Joseph in the End Times.
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Judah and Joseph in Recent History. The UN-Joseph Vote for Partition in Brit-Am perspective.
1. Introduction.
The Balfour Declaration of Great Britain.
The British Mandate.
The UN Vote for Partition.
Why Did Russia and the Soviet Satellites Vote for Partition?
US Pressure Was Necessary to Ensure the Vote!
Israelite Voting Patterns.

The Balfour Declaration of Great Britain

In 1917 Britain and her Allies had defeated the Turks who were allied to the Germans and Austrians. The end of the First World War was in sight. The Turks had ruled over the Ottoman Empire. This was about to be broken up. The subject peoples were to be either given independence or divided up into British and French Protectorates.

The Balfour Declaration said that,

His Majesty's government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.

Franz Kobler (" The Vision Was There" part five) describes the process that lead up to this Declaration.
[This work of Kobler was originally published by the Jewish Congress in 1956. It is now out of print. It is available as a free download from the Brit-Am web-site.
We seem at present to be the ONLY source through which the work may now be obtained!]

Kobler points out that originally the Balfour Declaration was to have said,
"the reconstitution of Palestine as the National Home of the Jewish People" .

Due to the intervention of Liberal non-Zionist Jews in Britain and their pressure the British,

# modified the Zionist formula and invited representative Jewish leaders, both Zionist and non-Zionist, to present their views in writing. In the revised governmental version, the substitution of the phrase "the establishment in Palestine of a National Home" for "the reconstitution of Palestine as the National Home of the Jewish People" was a setback suffered by the restorationist and Zionist cause. #

The British together Australians and New Zealanders and others had conquered the area of Palestine from the Turks in 1917. They remained in the area as de facto rulers.

The British Mandate

The League of Nations had been founded in 1919. It was to continue until 1946 when it was incorporated by the United Nations.
In 1920 the League of Nations confirmed the situation in Palestine by granting Britain a Mandate over the area. The mandate was meant to reflect the Sentiments of the Balfour declaration.

# Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917, by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favour of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing should be done which might prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country. #

As a result large numbers of Jews entered the Land and developed it. The British also invested greatly in developing the infrastructure.
Many Arabs from neighboring areas (Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, etc) also came in attracted by the opportunities for work and relative stability.

Muslim Extremists from the Muslim Brotherhood (centered in Egypt) helped arouse antagonism against the Jews.
Some of the British Administrators were also anti-Jewish. They had been influenced by the climate of the times. A series of riots, pogroms, and  acts of terrorism by the Arabs forced the British to introduce the White Paper limiting Jewish immigration in 1939.  Then came the Second World War and the Holocaust. After the War the presence of Jewish refugees in Europe placed great pressure on the British to allow Jews to return to the Holy Land. The Arabs increased their hostilities. The British were caught between the two sides.
Despite claims (and some actions) to the contrary on the whole the British had been pro-Jewish.

Pro-Jewish Israelites. The British in Palestine.

The British decided to return the Mandate.
This was dependent on the UN vote concerning Partition.

The UN Vote for Partition.

On  November 29, 1947, the UN Assembly voted for the partition of Palestine. Until then Palestine had been ruled by a Mandate on behalf of the UN by Britain.
The Vote concerned the proposed division of the area of Palestine into Jewish and Arab areas. As a consequence of the vote the British agreed to leave and the Jews and Arabs continued to fight each other.
For the Jews the vote had great symbolic significance. It meant that a majority of the nations of the world agreed in principle that the Jews should have an independent presence of their own within the Holy Land.
According to the Jewish Religion a tradition had existed that the Jews could only return with the permission of the nations of the world.
Alexander Zephyr.

 With the formation of the League of Nations and then of the UN a new reality had emerged.
The League of Nations gave the Mandate for Palestine to Britain. The UN succeeded the League, and took the Mandate back from Britain. The UN Vote gave at least part of Palestine to the Jews
For the first time in history the nations of the world had created an entity in which they were all (or nearly all) represented.
[Austria, Germany, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain were not yet UN members in 1947. ]
The Nations of the World had also agreed in principle that decisions reached by this entity would be binding on them all.
Once the decision was reached it would be irrevocable. The UN was an implement to empower the Jews with Gentile consent as once again a People amongst the Peoples.
There was a vote. The US, after some initial uncertainty,  backed the Jewish side.  The USSR and its satellites also backed the Jewish side for political reasons but did not pressure others to vote as it did. Britain abstained as to some degree it was obliged to do.
The Partition was followed by a war in which the Jews conquered still more.
Technically it may be claimed that the vote meant nothing since its recommendations were not followed.
It was important however for its symbolic value.

United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
UN General Assembly
Resolution 181 (II)
Date:29 November 1947
Meeting no.:128
Code:A/RES/181(II) (Document)

Vote: For: 33 Abs.: 10 Against: 13
Subject: Future government of Palestine
Result: Adopted

The vote
Passage of the resolution required a two-thirds majority of the valid votes, not counting abstaining and absent members, of the UN's then 56 member states. On 26 November, the vote was postponed. According to multiple sources, had the vote been held at that time, it would have received a majority, but less than the required two-thirds.[21][22]
Reports of pressure

Both sides put pressure on member countries to vote for or against the partition. A telegram signed by 26 US senators with influence on foreign aid bills was sent to wavering countries, seeking their support for the partition plan.[23] Many nations reported pressure directed specifically at them:
United States (Vote: For): President Truman later noted, "The facts were that not only were there pressure movements around the United Nations unlike anything that had been seen there before, but that the White House, too, was subjected to a constant barrage. I do not think I ever had as much pressure and propaganda aimed at the White House as I had in this instance. The persistence of a few of the extreme Zionist leaders actuated by political motives and engaging in political threats disturbed and annoyed me."[24]
India (Vote: Against): Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru spoke with anger and contempt for the way the UN vote had been lined up. He said the Zionists had tried to bribe India with millions and at the same time his sister, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, had received daily warnings that her life was in danger unless "she voted right".[25]
Liberia (Vote: For): Liberia's Ambassador to the United States complained that the US delegation threatened aid cuts to several countries.[26] Harvey S. Firestone, Jr., President of Firestone Natural Rubber Company, with major holdings in the country, also pressured the Liberian government[21][23]
Philippines (Vote: For): In the days before the vote, the Philippines' representative General Carlos P. Romulo stated "We hold that the issue is primarily moral. The issue is whether the United Nations should accept responsibility for the enforcement of a policy which is clearly repugnant to the valid nationalist aspirations of the people of Palestine. The Philippines Government holds that the United Nations ought not to accept such responsibility". After a phone call from Washington, the representative was recalled and the Philippines' vote changed.[23]
Haiti (Vote: For): The promise of a five million dollar loan may have secured Haiti's vote for partition.[27]

Final vote

On 29 November 1947, the United Nations General Assembly voted 33 to 13, with 10 abstentions and 1 absent, in favour of the modified Partition Plan. The final vote was as follows:
In favour, (33 countries, 72% of voting):

Latin American and Caribbean (13 countries): Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela

Western European and Others (12 countries):

Belgium, Denmark, France, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United States

Eastern European (5 countries):

Byelorussian SSR, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union

African (2 countries): Liberia, South Africa

Asia-Pacific (1 country): Philippines

Against, (13 countries, 28% of voting):

Asia-Pacific (9 countries): Afghanistan, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Yemen

Western European and Others (2 countries): Greece, Turkey

African (1 country): Egypt

Latin American and Caribbean (1 country): Cuba

Abstentions, (10 countries):

Latin American and Caribbean (6 countries): Argentina, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico

Asia-Pacific (1 country): Republic of China

African (1 country): Ethiopia

Western European and Others (1 country): United Kingdom
Eastern European (1 country): Yugoslavia

Absent, (1 country):

Asia-Pacific (1 country): Thailand

Votes by region

What came to be known as the United Nations Regional Groups showed relatively aligned voting styles in the final vote. All Western nations voted for the resolution, with the exception of the United Kingdom (the Mandate holder), Greece and Turkey. The Soviet bloc also voted for partition, with the exception of Yugoslavia, which was to be expelled from Cominform the following year. The majority of Latin American nations voted for partition, with a sizeable minority abstaining. Asian countries voted against partition, with the exception of the Philippines.[28]

Why Did Russia and the Soviet Satellites Vote for Partition?

The USSR and its satellites had their own reasons for voting positively. They did not pressure other nations to vote as they did.
Russia wished to see Britain exit Palestine and possibly use Arab-Jewish hostilities to gain for itself a foothold in the region. At that time most of the Middle East was ruled by reactionary neo-Nazi types (they had supported Hitler), or by ultra-conservatives controlled by American and British oil interests. Conflict with the Jews might help break the barriers to Soviet penetration. This indeed is what was to happen.

In addition, the Soviets now controlled Eastern Europe in the aftermath of World War-2. Hundreds of thousands of displaced Jews were in the region. They did not want to return to their former homes and, if they did, their erstwhile Gentile neighbors were not going to let them. The Soviets intended to overhaul the existing social systems wherever they ruled. The Jews were in the way. They did not really fit in. In addition, there is a certain warrior ethos in Russian psychology that may also have been a factor. The Soviets had seen what the Jews had endured. The Jewish contribution to the War Effort had been significant. It was as if something needed to be given back by the Soviets in the form of a one-time gesture of support for the Zionists.

Czechoslovakia was to be both a conduit for Soviet help and a source of assistance in its own right. Czechoslovakia is now divided into two countries, Czechia and Slovakia. The people of Czechia appear to be mainly non-Israelite Gentiles. Even so, evidence indicates thatwith the Czechs there may be a minorities of both Israelite and Jewish descent who have assimilated amongst them.

In 1929 the Palestinians had carried out a pogrom, killing and raping, against Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Hebron. The official Communist line at that time had support the Arabs. Now the situation had changed. In 1948 Czechoslovakia was to supply the Jews in Palestine with planes (of British and German make), arms, and ammunition. In addition the Jewish side received,


#..more than 200,000 Jewish immigrants from the Soviet dominated countries in Eastern Europe, notably, Poland, Bulgaria (almost 95% of the entire Jewish community) Romania, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, the former Baltic States and even the Soviet Union who emigrated to Israel arriving in time to reach the front lines or replenish the depleted ranks of civilian manpower. #

Who did what for Israel in 1948? America did nothing
by Norman Berdichevsky

US Pressure Was Necessary to Ensure the Vote!

The Vote had been postponed for three-days. A two-thirds majority was required. Indications were that a majority existed but not enough. It would be necessary to persuade negative voters to change their mind. Politicians in the USA alongside members of the Administration joined in creating a barrage of Pressure that lead to the desired voting result. The USA (unlike the USSR) as well as Americans on an individual basis applied their influence in favor of a vote for Partition.


Financier and longtime presidential adviser Bernard Baruch told France it would lose U.S. aid if it voted against partition. Top White House executive assistant David Niles organized pressure on Liberia through rubber magnate Harvey Firestone, who told the Liberian president that if Liberia did not vote in favor of partition, Firestone would revoke his planned expansion in the country. Liberia voted yes.

Latin American delegates were told that the pan-American highway construction project would be more likely if they voted yes.... Haiti was promised economic aid if it would change its original vote opposing partition.

Longtime Zionist Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, along with 10 senators and Truman domestic adviser Clark Clifford, threatened the Philippines (seven bills were pending on the Philippines in Congress).

Before the vote on the plan, the Philippine delegate had given a passionate speech against partition...

Twenty-four hours later, after intense Zionist pressure, the delegate voted in favor of partition.

Brit-Am Research Sources.
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Israelite Voting Patterns.

Apart from the Soviet Bloc,
The 12 Western Nations

(Belgium, Denmark, France, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United States,
plus South Africa were the only nations who voted for Partition (i.e. for the Jews) of their own free will.
These are all Israelite Nations.
The only Israelite Nations that did not vote for the Partition were Britain (which had to abstain) and Ireland which was not then a member.

All the West European nations (except Great Britain) voted for partition as well. No other issue to come before the U.N. has had such unanimous support from the European continent or cut across the ideological divide of communist and western sectors. The Jewish state was even supported by Richard Crossman, a member of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine who had been handpicked by Britain's anti-Zionist Foreign Secretary, Ernest Bevin. Crossman, taking a principled stand, refused to endorse the Labor Party Line.

He had visited the Displaced Persons camps in Germany where Jews who had sought entry into Palestine were being detained. He realized that their sense of desperation derived from a world with no place which they as Jews could truly call home. He wrote that when he started out he was ready to believe that Palestine was the "problem," but his experiences made him realize that it was the "solution."

Who did what for Israel in 1948? America did nothing
by Norman Berdichevsky

All the non-Israelite nations who  voted positively  did so due to US or Zionist pressure.

The USA represents the forces of the Messiah son of Joseph.
The USA (as well as Britain and its offshoots) contains a large proportion of the descendants of Joseph.
Helping the Jews return to the Land of Israel is one of the tasks of Joseph (cf. Hosea 10:11, I will make Ephraim pull a plow. Judah shall plow) and of the Messiah son of Joseph.

Articles on the Two Messiahs.

This in its own way is yet another confirmation that the Lost Ten Tribes are now to be found amongst Western nations and that the English-speaking peoples encompass descendants of Joseph.


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Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.

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