Enough Is More Than Enough!
March 27, 2018 / by Gilad Atzmon
Jewish power, as I define it, is the power to suppress criticism of Jewish power.
For the last few days, the Brits have been shown a spectacular display of that power and the manner in which it is mobilised. Without any attempt to hide their behaviour, a bunch of Jewish leaders have chosen to slander Europe’s biggest party and its popular leader in the name of ‘Jewish sensitivities’.
This blitz attack was sparked by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s reaction to a mural back in 2012. The mural was painted by US street artist Kalen Ockerman. Apparently, at the time, Corbyn defended the public display of the painting on the grounds of freedom of speech.
The Labour leader was heavily criticised by Jewish institutions for supporting a mural ‘depicting Jewish bankers playing Monopoly on the backs of the poor’. The clumsy British media didn’t do its homework and failed to actually examine the mural, but instead immediately delved into the hookedness of the noses of those alleged Jewish bankers.
Embarrassingly for them, Ockerman has come forward and identified the men he depicted in the mural. They are, from left to right, ‘Rothschild, Rockefeller, Morgan, Aleister Crowley, Carnegie & Warburg’. Of the six men, only Rothschild and Warburg were [officially] Jewish. In fact, Aleister Crowley was noted for his antisemitic views. The take-home message for the BBC & Co is that maybe capitalists of all races share similar shaped noses.
I am left wondering if the British Zionist league was offended by the mural because it is they, the Zionists, who see the capitalist as the Jew and vice versa. After all, Labour Zionism began as an avowed attempt to liberate Diaspora Jews of parasitic capitalist traits. Zionism promised to cleanse the Jew of gluttony by means of a ‘homecoming’.
Yesterday, 1500 British Jews took to the streets outside Parliament. They protested Corbyn’s ‘systematic failure to deal with antisemitism’.
If you wonder what ‘systematic antisemitism’ means, the Jewish Chronicle provides the answer. In his speech at the protest, Jonathan Arkush, the leader of the ardent Zionist Board of Deputies of British Jews, cited Labour’s failure to take proper action on the claims of antisemitism against former London mayor Ken Livingstone and other Labour Party members.
Zionists do not like Ken Livingstone. This is understandable. The man is a legendary icon of ethical thinking. Despite their protests, it is still not easy for the Labour party to expel one of its legends simply for telling the truth about Hitler’s collaboration with Zionism. Maybe Arkush should just give it more time.
Arkush told the crowd that ‘the Labour Party must go back to being the enemy of racists – not the refuge’. Of course Corbyn doesn’t have a drop of racism in his entire body, but maybe Jonathan Arkush can meet his own standards and tell us how many Blacks or Muslims are members of his own Jews-only Board of Deputies of British Jews.
The Jewish Leadership Council’s chair Jonathan Goldstein said that Mr Corbyn had become the ‘figurehead for an antisemitic political culture based upon obsessive hatred of Israel, conspiracy theories, and fake news’.
Maybe the Jewish community leader could try to remember that obsession with justice is not a bad thing, and also that interfering with freedom of speech can easily backfire.
It is clear why some Jews are upset by Corbyn. The Labour leader treats the Jews as ordinary people. He fails to respect their chosenness and ignores their sense of exceptionalism. Perhaps he believes that Jewish politics, like all other politics, ought to be subject to criticism. And now it is clear that Corbyn’s approach to Jewish politics is not acceptable to Britain’s Zionist Jewish establishment.
MP John Mann, who has operated as a Zionist mouthpiece within the Labour Party for more than a while, bemoaned to the Jewish gathering about his Labour comrades that ‘Some of them glory in being called anti-Zionists – racists, that is the word for them’.
Does Mann think that opposing a political movement is ‘racism’? Is opposition to Britain or the USA, or even North Korea, also to be castigated as racism? And then, in an über-Orwellian manner, Mann added ‘we have to drive these people (the anti-Zionists) out of the Labour Party’.
Maidenhead Synagogue Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Romain told the JC that this ‘antisemitism crisis’ was Mr. Corbyn’s ‘Watergate moment’. I suggest the rabbi learn some Jewish history. This tsunami of Jewish self-love and empowerment could turn into a total disaster, as it has time after time in the past.
British Jewish leadership is panicking. It has declared open war against a mainstream British political party. This is far from a reasonable move, and if it is intended to oppose antisemitism, its effect will inevitably be the opposite. Maybe gestalt psychology offers us the tools to understand such silly behaviour. Jewish history teaches us that attitudes toward Jews resemble a gestalt switch. So that, for instance, once you see Israel for what it is, you just can’t un-see it. Once you grasp that the Jewish State is a racist oppressive force, no one will be able to uproot that perception in you. Jewish Zionists do face a growing wall of resentment. Instead of dealing with it by means of self-reflection, they repeat Israel’s mistake and adopt the most oppressive authoritarian agenda. They are desperately trying to turn Britain into an Orwellian dystopia.
Left open is the question of how it is possible that the Jewish elite, despite its sophistication and education, never learn from the Jewish past. How is it possible that Jews keep repeating the same mistake time after time? I guess one possible answer is that Jewishness (יהודיות) is a form of severe blindness – and that this may be the dark side of chosenness.
The BBC is under fire for making Jeremy Corbyn look Russian: