The Beauty and the the Beast: Being in time 1st interview

May 25, 2017  /  Gilad Atzmon

Gilad Atzmon  Interviewed by the witty and glamorous Nedka Babliku.

We covered many of the aspect of the book: Athens & Jerusalem, controlled opposition, holocaust religion, the post political condition, Corbyn, Trump, cognitive partitioning and the bell curve and many more topics.

Being in Time is now available on  &  &  here

Being in Time reviewed by June Terpstra

May 21, 2017  /  Gilad Atzmon

Firmly rooted in the Western intellectual tradition, Gilad Atzmon’s “Being In Time” opens doors to shed light on the particular ideological constructs that influenced the schools and movements of left and right political wings that have produced a world in poverty and war, offering a matrix of controlled opposition embedded in modern, Jewish, secular politics to distract and destroy from within. Atzmon’s analysis, written like an intellectual jazz composition, celebrates Athenian philosophical calls to reason while urging the unpacking of political ideology to reveal the con-game being played to keep power in the hands of those who already have it.

In the first half of the book Atzmon offers a brilliant decoding of left and right wings of the Imperial Houses of Domination. On the left, he gives the reader Marx, Adorno, and the Frankenfurters defending principles of utopianism and what ought to be. To the right, are Breitbart, Murry and Hernnstein, playing Johnny one note for conserving the structures of power in hopes to hold on to their piece of that pie. Atzmon suggests that, “instead of looking at the world through the lens of the Right/Left dichotomy, or a particular ideological perspective, it will be more instructive to impose a meta-ideological method that juxtaposes ‘the humane’ i.e. the human condition and the political spectrum as a whole. Instead of imposing any particular ideology, be it Right, Left, Marxism, Capitalism, Liberalism, Fascism and so on I want to examine the relationship between a political system and the human condition.”

Atzmon engagingly utilizes the controversial Bell Curve of the Right Wing to show how a Jewish “cognitive elite” attempted to separate itself from the rest of society’s “unchosen” through selective breeding conflating genetic determination with heritability to fit what scientists call a power distribution so that a small group of exceptional performers overtake the rest. Atzmon poses that rather than increasing the performance of cognitive elites, the ideology of the curve has actually been constraining how all people perform.

A Return to Athens

In the post-political neighbourhood in which we live, much of humanity has been reduced to serving the interests of big money, mammon and oligarchy, with Left and Right, those two familiar poles of politics as we have always understood them to be, now indistinguishable and irrelevant. The freedom to think openly and speak clearly are but nostalgic concepts. Our Western Liberal Utopia has turned into an Orwellian dystopia. Gilad Atzmon

Atzmon, taking philosopher, Pierre Hadot’s advice, models the determinate individual separating himself from the All, be they Left or Right, by adding a difference which, as Plotinus says, is a negation. The best life depends upon becoming one’s true self via the intellect, which means to step away from identity politics, which teaches us to identify ourselves by our victimhood and oppressions in a competition for least powerful giving us an excuse not to act.

“Being in Time” is a peripatetic walk, from the man who brought us The Wandering Who,through the present post-political narrative. Intendedto make the ideologies driving the narrative available to all, thereby depriving it of its power, the book takes us on path to build moral courage. The chief consideration is how to popularize the walk of “being in time”, and to provide the individual, in a time of general confusion and dissolution, with a living and breathing moral basis for practical life.

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The book is now available here

The Alt Right is The New Jew

January 08, 2017  /  Gilad Atzmon


By Gilad Atzmon

It been accepted for a while that the New Left is the Old Right. However, we have been quick to learn that the Alt Right is the New Jew.

The Jewish Daily Forward reports this week that supporters of the far-right Jewish Defense League (JDL) are sympathetic to the white nationalism of the “alt-right” — and have “no plans to push back against an anti-Jewish march planned in Whitefish, Montana by a neo-Nazi”.

JDL leader Jonathan Stern told Haaretz that “alt-right” figurehead Richard Spencer was “a white nationalist who stands up for white people and there is nothing wrong with that.” Stern seems to accept that if Jews are entitled to celebrate their Jewishness (as the daily Forward has been doing for a century), White people are also entitled to celebrate their Whiteness.

The Forward reports that In Whitefish, Spencer’s hometown, “liberal activists, including Jews, have organized for years against white supremacists… Spencer’s family owns property here and some locals urged Spencer’s mother to sell her property and denounce her son’s brand of white supremacy.”

The JDL’s leader doesn’t agree with these tactics. He puts the blame on Jewish organisations. “So they provoked this guy, and now there is all this response, by white people, and white supremacists, and neo Nazis, and they want to march in the Jewish Community…If Jews are being targeted, we need to stand up for them. But if this is a response to a liberal organization, it’s a different story,” Stern said. “They started it, let them deal with the consequences.”

For many years, most of the American Jewish elite identified itself with Liberal and progressive politics. This is clearly changing now. Andrew Breitbart and his were the first birds to shift to the Right. Adelson was quick to gamble on Trump (once he won the primaries) and now the JDL, that was formed to fight ‘Nazis,’ actually accepts that the old Nazis may as well be their new allies. I wonder how long will it take before we find out that Soros starts to fund ultra nationalist organisations through his new CSI (the Closed Society Interlude).

Listen and learn from JDL founder about the Jewish State:

Revolution! by Enzo Apicella

November 09, 2016  /  Gilad Atzmon

Clarity in Writing

Is israel really detrimental to the world?

The Ugly Truth

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Sabba – The professor who penned this article is trying to philosophize about the beauty of judaism, as if there could be any beauty in the beast. Judaism has been best described by Minister Farrakhan –  ‘a gutter religion’ – and there is no philosophy in the gutter. But it is a very interesting article as it gives us a deeper understanding of the jewish psyche and reveals that the gap there is between the jews and Mankind is so deep that there can be no meeting ground, no compromise between them and us. 

He defines the jews as not a race nor even a religion but simply as a bunch of people who subscribe to a common idea and that idea is that of choseness, though he does not put it as clearly as this.

He shamelessly states that  “All the wars in the Torah are for peace and love,” and for one purpose only: to bring UNITY to mankind. He does not explain how the jews intend to unite mankind into one people, one nation, nor does he mention that such unity can only be achieved after all gentile civilizations, culture, heritage are destroyed. He does not tell us what the jews intend to do if they ever manage to achieve to blend all nations into one. I guess he dares not reveal too much. 

But he does not need to: we are witnessing it every day in Palestine and in the Middle East. 

Palestine is a lab and what they do to the Palestinians is what they intend to do to the entire Gentile population as soon as they have the chance to. All prophets, philosophers, statesmen, jewish thinkers themselves, everyone who has every pondered over the ‘jewish question’ has come to the exact same conclusion. Martin Luther summed it up nicely:

“All of the anxious sighing, longing and hoping of their hearts is directed to the time when some day they would like to deal with us heathen as they dealt with the heathen in Persia at the time of Esther”. 

And so what happens in Palestine and the Middle East in general is everyone’s business, should concern every single one of us because it is about us. The Arabs of the Middle East are our first line of defense and if Palestine/Syria/the Middle East fall, it is the end of us all.


JERUSALEM POST – In last week’s column, “Why are there anti-Israel Jews,” I wrote that like me, Jewish haters of Israel feel that Israel’s current conduct is detrimental to the world. However, and this is a big however, when it comes to the solution, they and I could not be more opposite, and I explained how. The column generated a fiery debate, and some of the readers took only the first part of my statement, and ignoring the rest, declared that I, too, hate Israel but was “just using a softer sell.”

Perhaps I should have anticipated this reaction, but I call it as I see it, and sometimes my words can be taken out of context. My “agenda,” if you will, is only this: The well-being of the Jewish people and the well-being of the world depend on the unity of our nation, and subsequently the unity of the entire world. This is what I have learned from my teachers, and I have dedicated my life to passing on this message.

In truth, I am thankful to the critics for giving me an opportunity to elaborate on the question of Israel’s role in the world and the sources that have led me to believe what I believe.

Who, or What, Is the People of Israel?

The Jewish people is unique. Nations are usually formed out of a common culture or ethnicity, or both. The Jewish people is the exact opposite. The Midrash (Beresheet Rabah) and Maimonides (Mishneh Torah) provide detailed descriptions of the formation of our people. In Maimonides’ words: “Abraham began to call out to the whole world … wandering from town to town and from kingdom to kingdom until he arrived at the land of Canaan… And when gathered around him and asked him about his words, he taught everyone…until he brought them back to the path of truth. Finally, thousands and tens of thousands assembled around him, and they are the people of the house of Abraham.”

Understanding our background is therefore key to understanding that the Jewish people is not a nation in the common sense of the word, but a group of people who subscribe to an idea! The first Hebrews came from all over the Fertile Crescent and today’s Middle East, and belonged to many different tribes and cultures. They were an eclectic company joined only by the idea that there is one force that governs the universe, and not some polytheistic system. They also grasped that this force is one of mercy, love, and unity, and that it is the only thing that can connect us above our differences.

As the ancient Hebrews developed their peoplehood, they tightened their bond to the point that they agreed to unite “as one man with one heart.” At that point, at the foot of Mt. Sinai, they received the code of law for conducting a society whose members are united at heart.

Tikkun Olam, a.k.a., a Light unto Nations

Abraham was a pioneer. But just as he circulated his knowledge to anyone who would listen, Abraham’s descendants were tasked with continuing his work and spreading their forefather’s notions to the rest of humanity.

Our sages were keenly aware of this obligation and often expressed it in their writings: “The intention of creation was for all to be one bundle… but the matter was spoiled. The correction began in the generation of Babylon, meaning the correction of gathering and assembling of people which began with Abraham. …And the final correction will be when everyone becomes one bundle” (Shem Mishmuel).

It is therefore obvious from our sources that Tikkun Olam (correction of the world) is about bringing unity to the world. However, today many Jews do not believe that the task of being “a light unto nations” still holds true for us. But whether you call it “light unto nations” or Tikkun Olam, our role in the world has not changed—we are to lead the way to unity by developing and implementing the method of connection, and thereby serving as a role model.

The only thing that held our forefathers together as a nation, despite the fierce hatred and occasional bloody conflicts that erupted among them, was the understanding that all of these crimes arose only so they would cover them with love and maintain our obligation to the world. “All the wars in the Torah are for peace and love,” writes The Book of Zohar (Beshalach). If we forget this, we immediately regress from being the nation of Israel and become once more the eclectic tribes from which we all came.

Whenever someone asks me, “How do you know that the essence of the people of Israel is about covering differences with unity, and that our task is to unite the world?” I refer them to this beautiful excerpt from The Zohar (Aharei Mot): “‘Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brothers to also sit together.’ These are the friends as they sit together, and are not separated from each other. At first, they seem like people at war, wishing to kill one another. Then they return to being in brotherly love. …And you, the friends who are here, as you were in fondness and love before, henceforth you will also not part … And by your merit there will be peace in the world.”

Examples of sages who wrote about our role in the world abound. “The children of Israel became guarantors to correct the entire world … everything depends on the children of Israel” (Sefat Emet). “Noah was created to correct the world in the state that it was at that time. …Moses wished to complete the correction of the world at that time. This is why he took the mixed multitude, as he thought that thus would be the correction of the world … However, he did not succeed because of the corruptions that occurred along the way” (Adir Bamarom).

Indeed, while leaders of other nations wanted to conquer the world, our ancient sages wanted to correct it through unity.

From Detrimental to Beneficial

Despite our efforts, two thousand years ago our unity collapsed and we succumbed to baseless hatred. We dispersed throughout the world, the Temple was ruined, and we lost sovereignty over the land where we were meant to perform the correction of our unity.

Since that time, people have begun to sense that Jews were not doing what they were supposed to do. But because they could not pinpoint what it is that Jews were supposed to do, they began to blame Jews for every trouble and predicament that came their way.

If they had no money, it was because the Jews robbed it through usury. If they were ill, it was because the Jews poisoned the wells. If conflicts emerged, it was because the Jews were warmongers. If a country lost at war, it was because the Jews were a fifth column. Every trouble had but one cause: “It’s the Jews wot done it.”

But in truth, it was not what the Jews did; it was what they didn’t do that made them blameworthy—they didn’t unite. They did not set an example of unity for the world, so humanity could not unite, and troubles soon ensued. “In Israel,” Rav Kook wrote, “is the secret to the unity of the world” (Orot HaKodesh).

Even the notorious anti-Semite, industrialist Henry Ford, felt that the fault of the Jews was that they did not bring the world the benefit that they were intended to bring: “Society has a large claim against him the Jew that he … begin to fulfill … the ancient prophecy that through him all the nations of the earth should be blessed” (The International Jew — The World’s Foremost Problem).

The Great Opportunity

The establishment of the State of Israel reopened before us the possibility of instating the unity of hearts that initially made us into a nation. The task we were given is as valid now as it was then, and the world demands that we carry it out. Is Israel detrimental to the world? As long as we are not uniting above our differences, thereby inflicting strife upon the world, we are detrimental. “It is upon the Israeli nation to qualify itself and all the people of the world … to develop until they take upon themselves that sublime work of the love of others, which is the ladder to the purpose of Creation,” wrote Rav Yehuda Ashlag.

If we disperse, as Soros and his lot would like, the world will not know how to achieve peace, and human society will collapse into complete mayhem. Instead, “The children of Israel correct the world when they return to being one nation… the correction should be that we correct ourselves and find the root of unity out of the separation” (Sefat Emet).

Eventually, we will all see that “the prime defense against calamity is love and unity” (Maor VaShemesh). We can come to this by pressure from the world, or of our own volition. The choice is ours, as is the knowhow. Indeed, if the nations want to find peace, the only thing that they must do is invert their hostility toward Israel into pressure upon Israel to unite and set an example for the world, for if we unite we will bring the world a benefit that no one else can, and one which everyone subconsciously expects of us: peace, brotherhood, and unity.

Michael Laitman is a Professor of Ontology, a PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah, an MSc in Medical Bio-Cybernetics, and was the prime disciple of Kabbalist, Rav Baruch Shalom Ashlag (the RABASH). He has written over 40 books, which have been translated into dozens of languages. 



A United Jewish Family

August 06, 2016  /  Gilad Atzmon

The Janner family are united in defence of their daddy Lord Janner who allegedly sexually abused kids at the time he was the head of the British Jewish Community and The Holocaust  Education Trust.

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