Tuesday, January 18, 2011

How dare the Jews Fight Back: Rants and Raves from Gilad Atzmon

Notorious anti-Semite Gilad Atzmon hates when the Jews fight back.


Jews fighting back, 1948


Jews fighting back, 2010

Atzmon never met an anti-Semitic carnard he didn't like:
Jews controlling Finance? Check.
"Throughout the centuries, Jewish bankers bought for themselves some real reputations of backers and financers of wars and even one communist revolution. Though rich Jews had been happily financing wars using their assets, Alan Greenspan, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve of the United States, found a far more sophisticated way to finance the wars perpetrated by his ideological brothers Libby and Wolfowitz."

" The 'Elders of Zion' syndrome: Zionists complain that Jews continue to be associated with a conspiracy to rule the world via political lobbies, media and money. Is the suggestion of conspiracy really an empty accusation?
The following list is presented with pride in several Jewish American websites.
Jews in Bush's Administration (a list of some 30 names follows…)
Let me assure you, in Clinton's administration the situation was even worse. Even though the Jews only make up 1.9 per cent of the country's population, an astounding 56 per cent of Clinton's appointees were Jews. A coincidence? I don't think so."

Jews Killing Jesus? Check.
"I would suggest that perhaps we should face it once and for all: the Jews were responsible for the killing of Jesus who, by the way, was himself a Palestinian Jew. …..Why is it that the Jews who repeatedly demand that the Christian world should apologise for its involvement in previous persecutions, have never thought that it is about time that they apologised for killing Jesus?"

A 2009 fundraiser at the Berkeley fellowship of Unitarian Universalists featuring Atzmon was so egregiously anti-Semitic, reports are that people left in tears.

The current object of Atzmon's wrath? A comic book put out by grass roots Israel advocacy group "Stand With us"
From Atzmon's website: Forgive me if I don't link to it.
"It has become pretty obvious that that Israelis and Zionists do not try to disguise their morbidity anymore. Zionism is clearly a threat to humanity and humanism.
Airplanes and tanks, decorated with Jewish symbols, are consigned to spread death and carnage in the name of the Jewish people.
Captain Israel, a kosher superman, is holding a Menorah torch. He is there to set the entire region on fire.
Israelis and Zionists are proud of their pathological, murderous intentions. They are a threat not just to their neighbors, but to humanism and humanity in general.
Unlike the naive, idealist and humanist Superman who steps in to attack and terrorize wife beaters, profiteers, a lynch mob and gangsters, the kosher Super man is far from being naive. He is an ethnic cleanser, murderous and politically indoctrinated. He is there to save one people only namely the 'chosen tribe'."

Atzmon closes with:
I really want to know, once and for all, where Zionism ends and Jewishness starts?

Its clear Atzmon, like the classic haters from history, simply cannot tolerate when the Jews fight back.

3 comments:

David H. said...

how cool! i already ordered some copies of Captain Israel from Stand With Us. thanks for the heads up!

Anonymous said...

Please note that the 1948 graphic was by Bernard Seaman, and was done for the ILGWU News -- that is, the newspaper of the famous U.S. labor union, the Inernational Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. More information of at least some of the U.S. labor movement's historic relationship with the Yishuv and then early Israel can be found in "Sewing the Seeds of Statehood: Garment Unions, American Labor, and the Establishment of the State of Israel" (University of Florida, 2003). An early version, “Sewing the Seeds of Statehood: Garment Unions, American Labor, and the Establishment of the State of Israel, 1917-1952” is online here: http://www.gwu.edu/~history/docs/Howard%20CV.doc
>> Arieh Lebowitz, Associate Director, Jewish Labor Committee - arieh@jewishlabor.org [Hey, let's stay in contact!]

Dusty said...

I'll check out that reference. Thanks.