Yehezkel Kaufman in article, titled “The Ruin of Soul” collected quotes from some of the Zionist writers (Frishman, Lenni Brenner, Berdichevsky, AD. Gordon, Schawadron, Klatzkin, Pinsker, Israel Joshua Singer, Chaim Kaplan, etc.), which if repeated on air – would get you fired from CNN, BBC, CBS, etc.
Chaim Kaplan, who kept a diary during the Warsaw ghetto uprising, wrote his Jew-hating observation: “Every nation, in its time of misfortune, has conspirators who do their work in secret. In our case an entire nation has been raised on conspiracy. With others the conspiracy is political; with us it is religious and national”.
The Israel TV documentary ‘The Anti-Semitic Side of Zionism’ has explored the hidden Jewish hatred of the Zionist movement. The Zionist leaders distorted biblical texts and Muslim-Jewish history of tolerance and love – and adopted Jewish religious symbols to fool the non-Zionist Jewish majority and the Christian extreme.
Israel-born writer and musician, Gilad Atzmon, has posted a brilliant review of the two-hour Israeli documentary. (watch a video below).
It (documentary) is there to prove that Zionism is deeply anti- Semitic. The film is well made and very well researched, and the shocking quotes it outlines are all genuine.
Just five minutes into the documentary, Herzl is quoted saying: “The wealthy Jews control the world. In their hands lies the fate of governments and nations”.
But it isn’t just money the founder of Zionism is concerned with: Herzl was also very unhappy with what he saw as the role of Jews in setting off wars and world conflicts. Needless to say of course, Herzl couldn’t know about what else was to come, decades later — He didn’t know about Neo-conservatism; he didn’t know about Paul Wolfowitz and Scooter Libby setting the American doctrine
of moral interventionism; Herzl couldn’t know that it would be the Labour Friends of Israel who would contribute funds to the Labour Government in 2003; and Herzl couldn’t foresee that people like Jewish Chronicle writers David Aaronivitch and Nick Cohen would rally within the British press for further aggression in the Middle East, namely, the Iraq War.
Bravely, the film elaborates on the similarities between Herzl and Hitler. It is rather clear that – at least ideologically — the two political thinkers shared a deep aversion towards Jews.
Zionism was there to erect a ‘new Jew’: It promised to transform the Jews into “civilized people”. The documentary exposes the level of loathing early Zionists felt towards their Diaspora brothers.
“If I should be able to save all the (Jewish) children of Germany via transport to England, and merely half of them via transport to Israel, I will choose the latter,” David Ben Gurion is quoted saying.
The film goes on to review the Zionists’ total betrayal of, and failure to assist European Jews at the time of World War Two.
It also exposes the total political and legal abuse of Yemenite, Arab Jews and the Orthodox community in Israel.
It is important also to note that — as much as this film protests against anti Jewish discrimination in Israel — it hardly mentions the Palestinians or their plight. It totally neglects the crimes committed day by day against the Palestinian people.
As one expects – universal ethics hardly comes into play in Hebrew; not even in a film about Zionist discrimination and human rights abuse.