Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
In an interesting American Free Press article titled “Are Liberal Anti-Zionists More Dangerous Than Israeli Jews?”, John Friend interviews Gilad Atzmon about the motivations underlying Jewish involvement in anti-Zionism.
Atzmon turned the discussion to the usurpation of the Palestinian Solidarity movement by leftist Jewish activists in order to advance broader Jewish interests and protect the ethnic nature of the Jewish state of Israel.
“In an interview a few years back, Philip Weiss, the chief editor of the Jewish pro-Palestinian website Mondoweiss, admitted to me in plain terms that in his eyes pro-Palestinian activism serves Jewish ‘self interests’,” said Atzmon. “Such a Jewish activity conveys a misleading image of Jewish political pluralism. It suggests that not all Jews are ‘bad’ and that Jewish politics can even be ethical and universal.”
Atzmon argues that the Jewish left is “far more problematic and dangerous than hardcore right-wing Zionism.” Zionism is an open celebration of Jewish identity, nationalism and ethnocentrism, the so-called “Jewish symptom,” as Atzmon describes it. Leftist Jews attempt to deny to the rest of us access to that symptom, Atzmon contends.
“If Jewish power is defined as the power to suppress the discussion on Jewish power, Mondoweiss, Jewish Voices for Peace, Democracy Now!, Noam Chomsky and others are there to pursue that task day and night,” Atzmon argues. “They crudely restrict the boundaries of the discourse by means of ‘political correctness’” and defining what topics are permissible to discuss.
“Mondoweiss went as far as banning any criticism of Israel within the context of Jewishness,” Atzmon explained. “This duplicitous attempt to subvert the discourse worked for a while. However, not anymore, and I take some credit for it.”
During his talk in San Diego, Atzmon explained that in the past the Palestinian right of return defined the Palestinian cause in ethical, political and legal terms. However, “the growing domination of liberal Jews within the movement diluted this elementary right,” Atzmon continued.
The discourse relating to the Palestinian struggle was replaced by “a tsunami of misleading, faulty terminology designed to appease some diaspora Jews and whatever is left of the Israeli ‘left’,” Atzmon noted. “All of that was done at the expense of the Palestinians. While the right of return located the Palestinian plight within an accurate historical, political, legal and moral context, the newly imposed terminology, e.g, ‘End of Occupation’, ‘Colonialism,’ ‘Apartheid’ and even BDS (post-2010) is legitimizing the Jewish state within pre-1967 borders. It dismisses the refugees, Gaza and the Palestinian diaspora’s plight.”
This is the old game of the Judas goat, as defined by the late Michael Collins Piper – the crucial factor in the gelding and neutralization of American conservatism. What has happened with anti-Zionism is that resistance to Israel has been diverted into a controlled opposition not only to occupation of Palestine, but to Jewish criminality generally. Those Jews who most vociferously oppose Israeli foreign policy are just as likely to name-drop the “Holocaust” and to pooh-pooh “conspiracy theories”.
The above video of Noam Chomsky pretending to “debunk” the idea that 9/11 was an elaborate false flag attack has received more than 87,000 hits since it was first uploaded in 2008. This writer was one of those once swayed by Chomsky’s authority as a respected academic into disregarding such frightening allegations about America’s prevailing order. “Even if it were true, which is extremely unlikely, who cares?” Chomsky dismisses the questioners’ doubts. This line alone ought to have given Chomsky away.
Norman Finkelstein is another representative anti-Zionist Jew. Speaking here in 2012, Finkelstein concedes that much of American Jewish opposition to Zionist extremism is just a matter of keeping up appearances of loyalty to the United States:
Although Israel pushed hard for the U.S. to attack Iraq in 2003, American Jews significantly opposed it, and opposed it in even greater percentages, in retrospect, as the U.S. invasion turned into a debacle. In part, the opposition sprang from the fact that liberals generally opposed the war, but it also sprang from the fear of American Jews that they would be scapegoated because of Israel’s warmongering and the prominent role Jewish neoconservatives played in beating the drums of war.
Public relations, not morality, are paramount, and anti-Zionism as an end in itself is suspect for other reasons. To play the respectable game of campus anti-Zionism is to constantly protest, “But I’m not a Nazi. I’m not against Jews. I’m only opposed to Zionism!” To be anti-Zionist and anti-Zionist alone, but still hope to salvage the Aryan race, is to toe the unnavigable tightrope of those Republican hacks who howl their disingenuous admiration of MLK, proclaim themselves the party of Lincoln, and endlessly whimper that “the Democrats are the real racists!” Opposition to Jewish power is thereby confined to the ghetto of social justice and anti-racism.
Reducing Judaic behavior to ideology is the same as amnestying the Jew who promotes it, and leaves out so many other, clearly non-ideological offenses. Harping on Zionism ignores the ethnic hostility linking Benjamin Netanyahu to Bernie Madoff and Tim Wise to Al Goldstein. Oppose Jewish power in any guise. Let the burden of too much protesting fall to the Jewish adversary. Call them out for what they are and force them into the open, into the ludicrous pose of pretending that they do not exhibit that tell-tale “Jewish symptom”, and let the enemy walk the tightrope for a change.