You’re calling me out on something I already pre-emptively called out!
I guess I should explain it more.
OK, so a bunch of individual Israeli settlers physically walk into Palestine, a different country. They cross the border because they have the right to be anywhere on Earth. They don’t bring any contraband with them. They aren’t criminals fleeing justice. Congratulations, they are now physically standing in Palestine.
How exactly do they settle? They still have to obey all local laws. What land are they settling on? It belongs to somebody who is going to get them for trespassing. Gonna bring construction equipment or a pile of lumber to build houses? NOPE. That sure sounds like a construction company that isn’t crossing that border.
OK, so some Palestininan sells them some land, or rents them some apartments. Palestininan companies agree to give them jobs. Congratulations. They don’t necessarily have the right to vote there, unless the Palestinian government grants it to them. They don’t have the right to any privileges or benefits that government might offer. But they do have to obey the local laws and pay taxes and such. They can’t declare their house to be part of Israel any more than you can declare your house to be part of Canada. If a zionist wants to subject themselves to their own oppression by living in Palestine under Palestinian rule, god speed to them. If they somehow try to settle or conquer, though I can’t imagine how, that is still an act of war.
And remember, it goes both ways. Israel couldn’t turn away Palestinians at the border. They would be perfectly free to just walk right into Israel, get jobs, and engage in legal activities there as well. If they don’t have contraband, then in they go. Israel shouldn’t be allowed to say no because I believe people have the right to be where they want to be.
I’m not sure how this contradicts with anything I said? I specifically said that corporations have no right to engage in cross-border activities. In fact, I say they should be even more restricted than they are today. Doesn’t seem like the system of visas and such are doing much to stop them as it is now.
All I am saying is that individual people should have the right to physically move about the earth, regardless of artificial political borders. It should never be a crime to simply be in a particular country. Also, as it is today, people must obey all the laws of the place they are in.