The Goy According To Hoenlein

March 02, 2017  /  Gilad Atzmon

By Gilad Atzmon

You’d think that Malcolm Hoenlein, who heads the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, would choose his words carefully. In an interview with the Zionist The Times of Israel Hoenlein spoke about antisemitism as a global “pandemic in formation.”

‘Pandemic’ is an infectious disease spread through human populations across a large region. So, according to Hoenlein, opposition to Jewish power and Israeli politicsis a disease, both infectious and hateful, that is globally prevalent in Goyish populations.

In Hoenlein’s universe, the ‘chosen’ are always innocent while the ‘unchosen’ are eternally sick. For Hoenlein, antisemitism

“is not our (Jewish) problem. It’s society’s problem. It’s Christianity’s problem. It’s everybody’s problem, when there’s hatred against Jews. We’re the victims, we’re not the cause of it. It’s not because we did something wrong. It’s because of who we are and our values.”

But what are these values Hoenlein attributes to the Jews? Are they simply choseness and racial supremacy? Are they those ethical standards practiced by the Jewish state? Is it a distinctly Jewish value to believe that the Jews are always innocent victims and the Goyim are barbarian hate-monger as contended openly by Honlein?

Anyone with a minimum understanding of Jewish culture and Judaism knows that the Jewish universe is dominated by Torah and Mitzvoth (rules and commandments) that, as opposed to universal ethics and values, are tribally based. Because both Judaism and Jewish culture are inherently tribal, there is no such a thing as Jewish universal values.

In fact, Haskalah , the Jewish enlightenment, was merely an attempt to mimic European secular universal values. Similarly, Zionism’s promise to make Jews ‘people like all other peoplel implicitly accepting that all other people were actually culturally and ethically superior.

Hoenlein points to “widespread concerns over the Israeli government’s total alignment with US President Donald Trump, which some fear could turn Israel into a partisan issue in the United States.” But if you think Hoenlein is advising Israel to stay away from American politics, you are wrong. This Jewish American leader actually calls on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to “invite to Israel the newly elected head of the Democratic party, Tom Perez, in a bid to cement bipartisan support for the Jewish state.” Hoenlein wants the Jewish state to dominate the entire American political spectrum; Trump as well as the Democrats. Surely such  an approach can only make American Jews even more loved by their neighbours.

Zionism in its early days agreed with the so-called ‘antisemites’ that Jewish identity was unhealthy and parasitic. Early Zionists promised to take the Jews away and to ‘civilise’ them by means of homecoming. But Hoenlein intends the opposite. He insists that Israel dominates both poles of the American political exchange – obviously Hoenlein is the very personification of those Jewish symptoms the early Zionists promised to treat.

If Hoenlein is genuinely concerned with antisemitism maybe, accusing gentiles of being infected in an hateful disease is not exactly going to make Jews loved.  If Hoenlein and the Jews really, once and for all, want to defeat antisemitism, all they need do is to look in the mirror and ask themselves, what is it about them that invokes such hatred in others.

An Intriguing Question: Massive Immigration to Israel by Russian Jews–Was it beneficial for Russia?

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Starting in the year 1990, large numbers of Jews began leaving Russia and immigrating–primarily to Israel, but also to Europe and the US. If we focus in on the time period 1989-2006, the total number of Jewish emigres leaving Russia is believed to be about 1.6 million, and Russia’s Jewish population, as of the year 2014, made up just 0.13% of the total.

Since we now are seeing what amounts to a new Russian renaissance, with Russia charting a course independent of Washington, forging economic ties with China while emerging as one of the most important players on the world stage–much to the vexation of US officials–an intriguing question comes to mind: how much did the departure of large numbers of Russian Jews in the 1990s contribute to this national rejuvenation?

I don’t have a definitive answer for that, but what I can do is supply some figures that shed perhaps at least some light on the issue.

During the Soviet era, Jewish immigration to Israel was severely restricted by Soviet authorities. The Jewish Virtual Library has a year-by-year tally starting with 1948 and running through 2012. In the 1950s and 60s the numbers were pretty minimal. This is because those wanting to immigrate had to apply to communist authorities for exit visas, and often the visas were denied.

That began to change in the 1970s when the Soviets, responding to “growing international pressure,” as Wikipedia puts it, began loosening the restrictions somewhat and allowing more Jews to leave, but still the numbers remained modest–at least up until 1989.

It was in 1989 that former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev lifted most if not all of the remaining restrictions, opening the way for a massive wave of Jewish immigration. Going back to the table at the Jewish Virtual Library, we can see the dramatic increase. In 1988, just 2,283 Jews left the Soviet Union, but in 1989 the number jumped to 12,932. The following year, 1990, a whopping 185,227 Jews packed their suitcases and left, followed by an additional 147,839 in 1991.

The Soviet Union collapsed in December of 1991, but Jews continued to immigrate–although by this time the numbers had slacked off some: 65,093 in 1992, 66,145 in 1993, 68,079 in 1994…but the yearly totals remained in the five-digit numerical category all the way up until the year 2005, when, for the first time in 17 years, the figure dropped below 10,000–with 9,431 pulling up stakes that year and leaving.

Wikipedia places the total number for the entire time period, i.e. 1989-2006, at 1.6 million, although the figure does include non-Jewish spouses and other relatives. Also worth noting is that not all of these people immigrated to Israel. In fact, only about 61% went there; the rest ended up in the US and Europe. But in any event, Russia lost a very substantial portion of its Jewish population in these years.

The 1990s in Russia, under the puppet leader Boris Yeltsin, were of course a time of misery and economic hardship for most Russians. But things have dramatically changed since then. Here is how F. William Engdahl put it in an article published in 2015:

Something remarkable is taking place in Russia, and it’s quite different from what we might expect. Rather than feel humiliated and depressed Russia is undergoing what I would call a kind of renaissance, a rebirth as a nation. This despite or in fact because the West, led by the so-called neo-conservatives in Washington, is trying everything including war on her doorstep in Ukraine, to collapse the Russian economy, humiliate Putin and paint Russians generally as bad. In the process, Russia is discovering positive attributes about her culture, her people, her land that had long been forgotten or suppressed.

Engdahl constrasts what is taking place in Russia today with what he personally observed on visits there in the 1990s:

My first of many visits to Russia was more than twenty years ago, in May, 1994. I was invited by a Moscow economics think-tank to deliver critical remarks about the IMF. My impressions then were of a once-great people who were being humiliated to the last ounce of their life energy. Mafia gangsters sped along the wide boulevards of Moscow in sparkling new Mercedes 600 limousines with dark windows and without license plates. Lawlessness was the order of the day, from the US-backed Yeltsin Kremlin to the streets. “Harvard boys” like Jeffrey Sachs or Sweden’s Anders Aaslund or George Soros were swarming over the city figuring new ways to rape and pillage Russia under the logo “shock therapy” and “market-oriented reform” another word for “give us your crown jewels.”

The human toll of that trauma of the total collapse of life in Russia after November 1989 was staggering. I could see it in the eyes of everyday Russians on the streets of Moscow, taxi-drivers, mothers shopping, normal Russians.

According to Wikipedia there was a significant “undercurrent” of anti-Semitism in Russia in the 1990s:

During the 1990s anti-Semitism was an enduring undercurrent and source of anxiety, its presence affirmed by easily accessible anti-Semitic newspapers and other publications, street or popular anti-Semitism. The number of anti-Semitic incidents rose sharply after the 1998 Russian financial crisis, the devaluation of the ruble, and the ensuing economic hardships affecting a broad segment of the general population.

You can also go here to access an article by a Jewish writer who attempts to answer the question “Why Did Jews Leave Russia in the 1990s?” The writer discusses being “bullied many times in school” and cites other examples of hostility to Jews exhibited by native Russians, although he, like most Jewish writers, fails to give consideration to actions or social behavior by Jews as being a possible cause of the anti-Jewish sentiments.

At any rate, what we can glean from all this is that clearly there were those in Russia who at that time, rightly or wrongly, blamed Jews for the country’s misfortunes. The older ones probably remembered purges under Stalin, and an article in YNet refers to Genrikh Yagoda, the commander of the NKVD, the Soviet secret police, as “the greatest Jewish murderer of the 20th Century,” one responsible for the deaths of 10 million people.

But that was then. This is now. And as I say, things have turned around considerably in the country. Back to the Engdahl piece:

For me, however, the most heartening feature of this Russian renaissance is in the generation which is today in their late thirties to early forties—young, highly intelligent and having experience of both the depravity of Soviet communist bureaucracy but as well of the hollow world of US-led so-called “free market capitalism.”…What is unique in my mind about this generation is that they are the hybrid generation. The education they received in the schools and universities was still largely dominated by the classical Russian science…This for me is the heart of an emerging renaissance of the spirit among Russians that gives me more than hope for the future.

Just yesterday Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a New Year address that is worth quoting in full for what it would seem to suggest about the current state of Russian society, i.e. that there is a rather broad degree of national unity at present. Putin’s New Year address:

Citizens of Russia, friends,

The year 2016 is coming to a close. It was a challenging year, but the difficulties we faced have brought us together and allowed us to reveal enormous resources for our movement forward.

The main thing is that we believe in ourselves, in our strengths and in our country. We are working, and working successfully, and we are achieving much. I would like to thank you for the victories and achievements, for your understanding and trust, and for your true, sincere care for Russia.

We have a vast, unique and wonderful country! We are united by common concerns and common joys, by our long-standing good tradition of meeting the New Year with our families and with hope for the best.

But not everyone is at the holiday table today. Many of our citizens are away from home, ensuring Russia’s security, working at enterprises, on duty in hospitals, at operating trains and aircraft. I would like to convey my very best wishes for the New Year to all those who are now fulfilling their labor and military duties.

Dear friends,

We are excitedly awaiting the sound of the chimes of the Moscow Kremlin, and we feel the march of time and the approaching future more clearly than ever before. We experience this only during these moments, during this wonderful and beloved holiday.

Meanwhile, New Year has its own secrets. For instance, each of us may become something of a magician on the night of the New Year. To do this we simply need to treat our parents with love and gratitude, take care of our children and families, respect our colleagues at work, nurture our friendships, defend truth and justice, be merciful and help those who are in need of support. This is the whole secret.

May our dreams, heavenly thoughts and good intentions come true. May joy and love reign in every home. May our beloved streets, cities and villages become even more beautiful.

Peace and prosperity to our common, great homeland, Russia. Happiness, health and wellbeing to each of you.

Happy New Year 2017!

I especially like his call to “defend truth and justice, be merciful and help those who are in need,” but the whole speech bespeaks unity and societal cohesiveness. Contrast that to America, where we  have a country bitterly divided and a media that constantly feeds us lies…a country where Jews make up slightly less than 2% of the population yet are disproportionately represented in finance, government, Hollywood, and the media.

It would be a mistake, of course, to extrapolate from that and say that Jews are the cause of all problems in America. We have plenty of Goyim criminals as well–both inside and outside of government. But I came across a news story posted by a Detroit TV station that seems to provide a good illustration of the situation in which we presently find ourselves.

The article, about a “controversial billboard” put up in Detroit, was posted in October of 2015 and can be found here. It is accompanied by the following video:

The poor TV reporters simply cannot fathom–or at least pretend not to fathom–what the billboard means. “Is it meant to be ant-Semitic or something else entirely? wonders one.

“What exactly does the statement on this billboard mean?” asks another, referring to it as “the million dollar question.”

What we seem to have here is an epidemic of cluelessness. Or at least feigned cluelessness. This, of course, from people whose job it is to inform the public.

Moreover, the report doesn’t endeavor to explain why a billboard in an American city–advocating that America’s interests should be placed first over Israel’s–should even be regarded as “controversial” in the first place. And of course, the reporters are obligated to trot out a member of the Anti-Defamation League to explain it all away as an “old anti-Semitic canard.”

And this is why I say it’s a perfect illustration of where we find ourselves today: Jewish power is the 3,000 pound elephant in the room. It exists. Of that fact there is no doubt. But sadly, no one can talk about it.

And somehow or another Russia doesn’t seem to be beset with problems of this sort.

I will close here with the comments of Dr. Dahlia Wasfi, a US physician who was born in New York to a Jewish American mother and an Iraqi Muslim father, but who spent part of her younger years growing up in Iraq. This is actually an old video, but some of what she talks about, particularly the Yinon plan and the goal of breaking up Middle East countries into small, weaker statelets, is a plan that seems very much in effect today.

If you want to know more about the Oded Yinon plan, I did an article about it a couple of years ago. You can check it out here.

Basket of Deplorables

December 14, 2016  /  Gilad Atzmon

A poem by Jihad Axman

First they came for the Holocaust Deniers

Then they came for the anti Semites

Then they came for the White people

Then the rednecks

And family values, the Church, the heterosexual, the ‘Goy’ and the ‘deplorables’

Then Trump was elected

Can Jews ever leave their Cult?

By Gilad Atzmon

Baruch Spinoza left the Jews. Heinrich Heine became a Christian. A few others, such as Israel Shamir and myself, a decade ago, simply drifted away.

Recently, Israeli historian Shlomo Sand announced that he too was no longer a Jew. I read his manuscript in Hebrew with great interest but soon realized that while he indeed stopped identifying as a Jew, he still hadn’t removed himself from kosher binaries.

“I don’t write for anti-Semites, I regard them as totally ignorant or people who suffer from an incurable disease,” (How I Ceased To Be A Jew  p’ 21). Lines like these, echoing as they do the language of the ADL, made me feel very uncomfortable and, when it came to the Holocaust, Sand, who is usually so astute and profound, somehow managed to lose it. The Nazis are  “beasts”, and their rise to power metaphorically he described as a “beast awakening from its lair.”  Despite my respect for Sand, I would expect a leading, inspirational  historian and a former-Jew to have moved beyond such banal  Hasbara-recycled clichés.

This week, in the Jewish progressive magazine Mondoweiss, Avigail Abarbanel, an ex-Israeli and anti- Zionist informed us that she too has now ‘left the cult,’. I agreed with most of Abarbanel’s arguments against Israel and Zionism but I was nonetheless alarmed at the intellectual dishonesty at the core of her argument.

“Rarely can people inside a cult see where they are. If they could, the cult wouldn’t be what it is” Abarbanel points out. “They think that they are members of a special group that has a special destiny, and is always under threat.

Thus does Abarbanel describe the Israelis, yet she fails to mention that this is also an accurate description of the Jewish left in general and the Mondoweiss/JVP cults in particular, to which she herself belongs. As we now know, just as Israel claims for itself a special place amongst the states of the world, so do the anti-Zionist Jews who, when it comes to Anti Israeli politics, operate within Jewish, racially exclusive political cells (JVP, IJAN etc.). So, if Abarbanel thinks that Israelis are at fault for being a ‘special group’ perhaps she should inform us what is the criterion that legitimates JVP and Mondoweiss being a special group within the solidarity movement?

Abarbanel continues: “cult members are taught from birth that the world outside is dangerous, that they have to huddle together for safety.” This is indeed a good description of Israeli collective psychosis, but it is also a prefect portrayal of Mondoweiss’ operational mode and it  puts Mondoweiss’ campaign against Alison Weir and Greta Berlin in perfect context. It also explains why Mondoweiss banned Jeffrey Blankfort and why the Jewish outlet changed its comment policy just to make sure that it can block any attempt to criticise the Jewish state in the light of Jewish culture and my own study of Jewish tribalism. Just like Israel, Mondoweiss is terrified of the ‘dangerous worl d out there’. As far as Abarbanel’s definition of cult is concerned, Mondoweiss, JVP and Israel are actually identical.

Abarbanel is obsessed with the holocaust and this is hardly surprising. The Holocaust is currently the most popular Jewish religion.  The Israeli prominent philosopher Yeshayahu Leibowitz observed in the 1970s that Jews believe in many different things but all Jews believe in the Holocaust.

“Have I forgotten the holocaust? No. Of course not,” Abarbanel writes. “Persecution of Jewish people throughout history was very real indeed.”

And if you expect Abarbanel, a psychotherapist by profession, to question why is it that Jews have been ‘hated throughout history,’ you’re probably wasting your time. In Abarbanel’s universe, the persecution of the Jews is a metaphysical constant. It is beyond questioning.

In her view, Jews are victims and the Goyim are oppressors.

“Jews were a hated and despised group among many cultures in Europe, and Jews have always had an uneasy co-existence with non-Jews. Any marginalised or persecuted group has an uneasy relationship with the dominant culture. Once you have been discriminated against it’s hard to trust.”

So again, despite ‘leaving the cult,’ Abarbanel’s take on the holocaust is well within that same Hasbara cult she claims to have left.

Actually, one would expect a psychotherapist to advise the Jews to look in the mirror and actually identify what is it about them that invokes so much animosity in so many different times and in so many different places. This is something Bernard Lazare, an early Zionist did just over a century ago when he identified what it was in the Jews that has made Jewish history into such a disastrous continuum. Sadly, Abarbanel falls far short of this task. Unable or unwilling to examine what is it in the Jew or in Jewishness that invokes animosity, for her, this is one step too far because to look into that question may suggest that Israel is not the problem, it is but a symptom of the problem.

In Abarbanel’s universe, the Jews are always the victims and all they have to do is to separate their victimhood from their identity. This is strange since if victimhood is embedded in Jewish existence, then surely it must also be inherent in Jewish identity. My guess is that the day Jews manage to distinguish between their victimhood and their identity will be the day they simply stop being Jews.

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Jewish Bigotry on Speed? Just Check Out Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

September 30, 2016  /  Gilad Atzmon

by Gilad Atzmon

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Last week, Britain’s veteran chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks lectured to the European Parliament on antisemitism. The rabbi’s mission was to define antisemitism, but instead he just demonstrated some of the most problematic symptoms of Jewish supremacy, tribal arrogance and even crude Goy-hatred. Unwittingly, the rabbi didn’t make the Jews look too good.

“The hate that begins with Jews doesn’t end with Jews.” was the Rabbi’s starting point. Here, I tend to agree with the rabbi. The rabbi probably knows a lot about hate. Hate can so easily backfire. Hate is dangerous territory. Hate spreads fast. The Zionist project, initially driven by moderate animosity towards the Palestinians, quickly evolved into hate towards Arabs, then Islam, then Black migrant communities and eventually to Goyim in general.  The Jewish anti-Zionist Left follows the exact same pattern. They are now hating the ’White’ and the ‘redneck.’ All in all, it’s pretty clear that the rabbi’s presentation is mere projection – he simply attributes Jewish cultural symptoms onto the Goyim.

It didn’t take long for the rabbi to manifest his supremacist inclinations. “Antisemitism is not about Jews, antisemitism is about antisemites.” and if you really want to know who the antisemites are, the rabbi was quick to provide the answer. It is the failures and the losers in society. Antisemites are the“people who can’t accept their own failure and instead have to blame someone else (the Jews).” 

Yes, you’ve got it. For Rabbi Sacks, those who dare to criticise Jewish power and Israeli criminality are just a bunch of frustrated losers driven by jealousy. But here I can perhaps help the rabbi. Such an outrageously chauvinist statement is itself uniquely arrogant and dangerous and is not going to help the Jews defeat antisemites. On the contrary, it provides Jew haters with a rationale.

 “Antisemitism is symptom of a disease” the rabbi continues.  So basically, if you feel any  indignation whatsoever towards the rabbi’s disgusting remarks above, it means only that you are ill as well as being a ‘failure’ and ‘envious’. You’d better seek help.

But what is antisemitism? The rabbi answers. “Antisemitism means denying the right of Jews to exist collectively as Jews with the same rights as everyone else.” Well, in the world in which we live, no one denies Jews the right to exist or to enjoy every universal right. Trouble is, more and more people are repulsed by the Jewish State (for instance) celebrating its so called ‘rights’ at the expense of others.

And how exactly does the rabbi support the idea that antisemitism is on the rise?  Simple,  he points on an increase in Jewish anxiety. (Note how Jews constantly demand more and more police presence around their cultural and spiritual centres.)  But here is a problem. Analysing Jewish anxiety in Freudian terms may suggest that Jews may be fearful because they feel guilty. Jews understand very well that Zionist wars, Israeli criminality and the forceful Jewish lobby bear responsibility for many of our current humanitarian disasters. Is it possible, for instance,  that the rabbi is, likewise,  fearful of the ‘Goyim’ because he calls them failures and losers?

The rabbi detects a progress in the antisemitic discourse, “In the past antisemitism could be explored through religion (Christianity), then science (race), now it is human rights, ethnic cleansing and attempted genocide,”  and the Rabbi concludes that “anti Zionism is the anti Semitism of our time.” 

The rabbi is wrong: ethically, methodically and historically. Ethically, because if Israel attempts genocide and engages in ethnic cleansing then we, the rest of humanity, must and often do, oppose it.  But the rabbi is also mistaken methodically and historically because the opposition to Jewry extends far beyond Israeli criminality. It is really an ongoing battle against a choseness that fuels dissentto Jewish culture and spirit. This opposition is not new, it is, in fact, as old as the Jews and has been explored by the Hebrew prophets, by Christ, by Marx and even by early Zionists who were repulsed by the attitude of their brethren’s chauvinism. The opposition to choseness is driven by a humanist and universal intent. But if Christ, Marx and the Zionist Boruchov were entitled to criticiseJewish exceptionalism, shouldn’t the rest of humanity enjoy the same elementary right? Or maybe the rabbi thinks that criticism of Jewish culture and politics should be remain a Jews’-only territory?

Lying can be an act of courage but it takes a whole lot of courage for a celebrity rabbi to boldly spin the entire European Parliament.  “When bad things happen to a group,” the rabbi says, “its members can ask one of two different questions: 1, what did we do wrong 2, who did this to us?” This sounds like a beginning of a monumental Jewish confession on the rabbi’s part.  “Self criticism is essential for a free society. If a society asks who did this to us it defines itself as a victim and seek a scapegoat.”

Don’t hold your breath. This is not Jewish remorse. Rabbi Sacks, once again, projects his own symptoms onto the Goyim. It is in fact the Jews (Rabbi Sacks included) who never ask themselves‘what did we do wrong?’ It is the Jews who never self-reflect and try to identify what it is in their culture that invokes so much animosity in others. It is the Jews who block any attempt to verify, once and for all, why their history is an endless chain of holocausts with just a few tea breaks. The only Jews who ever attempted to address these crucial questions in the modern era were the early Zionists, people like Bernard Lazare, Borochov, A.D Gordon and just a few others and, as we know, their kind of Zionism wasn’t at all popular amongst the Jews at the time.

The rabbi warns the European Parliaments that if Jews leave Europe, liberty will come to an end. But reality suggests the complete opposite. No one asks Jews to leave Europe – it is actually Jewish institutions that prevent Europeans from thinking freely let alone revise their memory of their past. I suggest that rather than preaching to Europeans about the importance of Jews and Jerusalem, Rabbi Sack should take some time off from Jerusalem to study Athens.

Goyim Must Obey

September 27, 2016  /  Gilad Atzmon

By Gilad Atzmon

The British Labour Party is constantly accused of being anti-Semitic. This is not very nice but the ‘pro-semitic’ Liberal Democrats are far worse. Israeli press reports today that the UK’s Liberal Democrats have suspended a former MP for alleged ‘antisemitic’ tweets.

On Sunday, Matthew Gordon Banks was sacked by the party after accusing party leader Tim Farron of winning his position due to the financing of his campaign by “London Jews”. In response, Marie van der Zyl, Vice President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews (BOD), said:

“The comments by Matthew Gordon Banks on Twitter are of very deep concern. He talks about Jews and money and hints at the age-old canard of the ‘Jewish conspiracy.’”

Van Der Zyl suggests that Jews buying British politicians is Kosher (fine and dandy) but gentiles pointing it out are guilty of hate crimes. Perhaps I can help Ms Van Der Zyl. If Jews did indeed fund Tim Farron’s election campaign then Banks is not a bigot but a truth-teller. If, on the other hand, Mr Banks made it up, if it is revealed, for instance, that not a single Jew funded Farron’s campaign, then Banks is simply deluded, misled or even a liar – but still far from being an antisemite.

Whether Van Der Zyl accepts it or not, Jewish mammonites buying Western politicians is no conspiracy. It is all done absolutely in the open, it is, indeed, the reality in which we live. In the last few months, we saw Michael Foster boasting about all the shekels he spent on the Labour party – and he clearly listed what he wanted in return. Lord Cashpoint Levy was Blair’s chief fundraiser when Britain launched its Zionist criminal war in Iraq.  Jewish oligarchs buy British political parties. Nothing new there.

Van Der Zyl’s disrespectful attitude proves who really runs the British political universe. Despite Banks being an ex MP and a director at the International Institute for Strategic Affairs, this vice president of British Jews bluntly tells him what he “must” do – or else expect to face the consequences:

“He (Banks) must urgently clarify and apologise for his comments, otherwise we would expect the Liberal Democrat Party to invoke disciplinary procedures.”

How is it possible that the vice President of British Jews knows in advance what actions the Liberal Democratic Party is about to invoke? I’ll leave you to guess the answer to that one.

Talking of apologies, the Board of Deputies has yet to apologise for Lord Janner allegedly raping British orphans when he was their president and therefore pretty much the representative of British Jews.

Maybe telling Goyim of all ages and ranks what they “must” do is just part of being chosen – (I’m not chosen anymore so I can’t say) – but I can say that the so called Jewish Anti-Zionists repeat exactly the same pattern. They too tell the Goyim and even Palestinians what they may or may not do and who they may or may note listen to. .

Anyway, according to The Jewish Chronicle, the Lib Dems were quick to surrender and soon after the party was made aware of the complaints against Banks, they confirmed his suspension. Ironically, it is precisely the Lib Dems’ craven submission that confirms Matthew Gordon Banks’ observation about the dominance of Jewish funding over his party.

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