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.
|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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The Balfour Declaration said that,
United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine
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UN General Assembly
Resolution 181 (II)
Date:29 November 1947
Vote: For: 33 Abs.: 10 Against: 13
Subject: Future government of Palestine
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.
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. 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."
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".
Liberia (Vote: For): Liberia's Ambassador to the United States complained that the US delegation threatened aid cuts to several countries. Harvey S. Firestone, Jr., President of Firestone Natural Rubber Company, with major holdings in the country, also pressured the Liberian government
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.
Haiti (Vote: For): The promise of a five million dollar loan may have secured Haiti's vote for partition.
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.
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