Is Holocaust II (shorthand for another great turning against the Jews) inevitable?

Yes unless the Jews of Europe and America distance themselves from the Zionist monster before it’s too late to do so.


by Alan Hart


The Gentile me believes this question needs to be addressed because there is a very real danger that the rising, global tide of anti-Israelism, which is being provoked by Israel’s terrifying arrogance of power and sickening self-righteousness, will be transformed into anti-Semitism unless two things happen.

The notion that anti-Israelism could be transformed into anti-Semitism is not new. In his book Israel’s Fateful Hour, published in 1986, Yehoshafat Harkabi, Israel’s longest serving Director of Military Intelligence, gave this warning:

“Israel is the criterion according to which all Jews will tend to be judged. Israel as a Jewish state is an example of the Jewish character, which finds free and concentrated expression within it. Anti-Semitism has deep and historical roots. Nevertheless, any flaw in Israeli conduct, which initially is cited as anti-Israelism, is likely to be transformed into empirical proof of the validity of anti-Semitism. It would be a tragic irony if the Jewish state, which was intended to solve the problem of anti-Semitism, was to become a factor in the rise of anti-Semitism. Israelis must be aware that the price of their misconduct is paid not only by them but also Jews throughout the world.”

The fact that (pre-1967) Israel is a Zionist not a Jewish state – how could it be a Jewish state when a quarter of its citizens are Muslims (mainly) and Christians? – in no way diminishes Harkabi’s message.

He was, in fact, treading a quite well worn path. Prior to the obscenity of the Nazi holocaust, and as I document in my book Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews, most Jews, eminent American and British Jews especially, were opposed to Zionism’s enterprise in Palestine. They believed it to be morally wrong.

They feared it would lead to unending conflict with the Arab and wider Muslim world. But most of all they feared that if Zionism was allowed by the major powers to have its way, it would one day provoke anti-Semitism.

Today, in my opinion, it can be said that Zionism wants and needs anti-Semitism in order to justify anything and everything its monster child does.

So what are the two things that must happen if anti-Israelism is not to be transformed into anti-Semitism (assuming as I do that the Zionist state is not going to change course in the direction of peace)?

One is that the mainly Gentile citizens of the Western world among whom most Jews live become aware of the difference between Judaism and Zionism, and thus why it is wrong to blame all Jews everywhere for the crimes of the hardest core Zionist few in Israel.

The difference can be simply stated. Like mainstream Christianity and mainstream Islam, mainstream Judaism has at its core a set of moral values and ethical principles. Zionism, which created a state for some Jews in the Arab heartland mainly by ethnic cleansing and terrorism, is without moral values and ethical principles.

Its driving ideology, conditioned by Jewish experience of persecution on-and-off down the centuries, is that might is right. Mainstream Judaism and Zionism are, in fact, total opposites. In April one of the anti-Zionist Jews I most admire, Nazi holocaust survivor Dr. Hajo Meyer, is giving a talk in Luxembourg with the title How Israel betrayed all the human values of Judaism.

In the paragraph above I insist on the term “few” in Israel being to blame because the truth is that most Israeli Jews have been brainwashed by their leaders. (As the headline over an article by Gideon Levy for Ha-aretz put it on 5 February, Israelis should be afraid of their leaders, not Iran). Most Israeli Jews are, for example, totally unaware that the vast majority of Palestinians and most Arabs everywhere have been ready for many years for peace on terms which any rational government in Israel would have accepted with relief.

The other thing that must happen if anti-Israelism is not to be transformed into anti-Semitism stems from the fact, perhaps I should say overwhelming probability, that no American president is ever going to be free to use the leverage he has to oblige the Zionist state to be serious about peace because of the Zionist lobby’s control of policy for Israel-Palestine in Congress.

So as things are Israel is a nuclear-armed monster beyond control. (From recently de-classified documents we now know that in a memorandum dated 19 July 1969, Henry Kissinger, then national security adviser, warned President Nixon that the Israelis “are probably more likely than any other country to actually use their nuclear weapons.” And as I mentioned in my post of 30 January with the headline Is Israel on the road to “self-destruction”?, Golda Meir said in an interview I did with her for the BBC’s Panorama programme when she was prime minster that in a doomsday situation Israel “would be prepared to take the region and the world down with it.”)

On reflection it seems to me that whether or not anti-Israelism is transformed into anti-Semitism will depend not only on the Westerners among whom most Jews live understanding why it is wrong to blame all Jews everywhere for the crimes of the few, but also on what the Jews of the world, European and American Jews especially (I mean the majority of them), do from here on.

In my view they have two options.

OPTION 1 is to stay silent which, at this moment in time, is still the preferred option of most European and American Jews.

That said it has to be acknowledged that recent years have seen an increase in the number of Jewish groups which are critical of Israel’s polices and, in some cases, have even endorsed the call of Palestinian civil society for a campaign of Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel until it complies with international law and Palestinian rights. But the voices these groups represent are those of only a minority of Jews.

On the debit side of this particular balance sheet is also the fact that by limiting their campaigns to calls for an end to Israel’s occupation to make the space for a two-state solution, most if not all of the “progressive” (critical of Israel) Jewish groups are demonstrating that they are out of touch with or don’t want to recognize the reality on the ground in Israel-Palestine. The reality is that Israel’s still on-going consolidation of its occupation of the West Bank has made a two-solution impossible. It is not yet formally buried but it is dead.

My own understanding of why began with a private conversation I had with Shimon Peres in early 1980. At the time he was the leader of Israel’s main opposition Labour party and seemed to be well placed to win Israel’s next election and deny Menachem Begin and his Likud party a second term in office – an outcome for which President Carter was praying. After learning that Carter had said behind closed doors that institutional diplomacy could not solve the Palestine problem because of the Zionist lobby’s control of Congress and that what was needed was some informal and unofficial diplomacy, my purpose was to invite Peres to participate in a secret and exploratory dialogue with PLO chairman Arafat with me as the linkman. The idea was that if we could use the 18 months or so before Israel’s next election to get agreement in principle on the way to the two-state solution to which Arafat’s PLO was by then committed, Peres and Arafat could begin to do the business for real when Peres became prime minister. (I was aware that a two-state solution would not provide the Palestinians with full justice, but at the time I shared the hope of those, including Arafat, who believed it was not impossible that within a generation or two the peace of a two-state solution could open the door to One State for all by mutual agreement, thus allowing all Palestinians who wanted to return to do so).

Peres welcomed the idea of an exploratory dialogue with Arafat with me as the linkman, but at a point in our conversation before I went off to Beirut to secure Arafat’s agreement to participate, he, Peres, said, “I fear it is already too late.”

I asked him why.

He replied: “Every day sees new bricks on new settlements. Begin knows exactly what he’s doing. He’s stuffing the West Bank with settlers to create the conditions for a Jewish civil war because he knows that no Israeli prime minister is going down in history as the one who gave the order to the Jewish army to shoot Jews (in order to end the occupation).” Pause. “I’m not.”

Question: If it was too late in 1980 when they were only about 70,000 illegal Jewish settlers on the West Bank, how much more too late is it today when the number of illegal Jewish settlers is in excess of 500,000 and rising, and the political influence of Israel’s religious fanatics and other bigots is growing?

In the words of an old English cliché, Jewish groups which are critical of Israeli policy but limit their effort to calling for an end to Israeli occupation are flogging a dead horse.

My considered Gentile take on why most Jews are silent on the matter of Israel’s oppression of the Palestinians and denial of their rights is in my book. For this post I’ll make only two brief points.

One is that deep down, if only in their sub-consciousness, most Jews fear (in large part because they are conditioned by Zionism to fear) that there will one day be another great turning against them. Holocaust II. So they perceive Israel as their refuge of last resort, and they tell themselves they must say nothing, do nothing, that could undermine Israel and put their insurance policy at risk.

The other, no doubt related, is that private discussion about publicly criticizing Israel or not can and does tear Jewish families as well as communities apart. So for the sake of at least the appearance of Jewish unity it’s best not to discuss the matter.

The problem with Jewish silence is that it’s not the way to refute and demolish a charge or assertion of complicity in Zionism’s crimes. So continued silence by the majority of European and American Jews is most likely to assist the transformation of anti-Israelism into anti-Semitism.

OPTION 2 is for the Jews of the world to distance themselves from the Zionist state.

A most explicit statement of this as a possible option was made in October 2001 by Dr. David Goldberg, the prominent, widely respected, liberal London rabbi and author of a popular introduction to Judaism, The Jewish People, Their History and Their Religion. He dared to say, in public, “It may be time for Judaism and Zionism to go their separate ways.”

Eight years on the late Tony Judt, a professor of history at New York University and director of the Remarque Institute, put some flesh on that bone. British-born of a Jewish mother whose parents emigrated from Russia and a Belgian father who was descended from a line of Lithuanian rabbis, Judt started out as an enthusiastic Zionist. He helped to promote the migration of British Jews to Israel, and during the 1967 war he worked as a driver and translator for the IDF. But after that war, his belief in the Zionist enterprise began to unravel. “I went with the idealistic fantasy of creating a socialist, communitarian country through work, but I started to see that this view was remarkably unconscious of the people who had been kicked out of the country and were suffering in refugee camps to make this fantasy possible.”

In an article for the Financial Times on 7 December 2009, Judt wrote this:

“If the Jews of Europe and North America took their distance from Israel, as many have begun to do, the assertion that Israel was ‘their’ state would take on an absurd air. Over time, even Washington might come to see the futility of attaching American foreign policy to the delusions of one small Middle Eastern state. This, I believe, is the best thing that could possibly happen to Israel itself. It would be obliged to acknowledge its limits. It would have to make other friends, preferably among its neighbors.”

For the sake of discussion there’s a case for saying that an Israel that was obliged by European and America Jews to acknowledge its limits might also be an Israel in which many Israeli Jews were prepared to open their minds to the wise words of one of their own – Avraham Burg. Between 1999 and 2003 he was the speaker of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset. By the end of his term in that office he was a leading advocate of the idea that Israel and a viable Palestinian state could coexist in peace. In August 2003 he wrote a most remarkable essay which was published in its original Hebrew by Yediot Aharonot and subsequently newspapers in Europe and America.

His lead point was that Israel had to “shed its illusions” and choose between “racist oppression and democracy.” The Jewish people, he wrote, “did not survive for two millennia in order to pioneer new weaponry, computer security programmes or anti-missile missiles. We were supposed to be a light unto nations. In this we have failed.”

And the following is what Burg had to say about Israel’s need to change course and the choices:

Prayer for Peace

Here is what the prime minister should say to his people: the time for illusions is over. The time for decisions has arrived. We love the entire land of our forefathers and in some other time we would have wanted to live here alone. But that will not happen. The Arabs, too, have dreams and needs.

Between the Jordan and the Mediterranean there is no longer a clear Jewish majority. And so, fellow citizens, it is not possible to keep the whole thing without paying a price. We cannot keep a Palestinian majority under an Israeli boot and at the same time think ourselves the only democracy in the Middle East. There cannot be democracy without equal rights for all who live here, Arab as well as Jew. We cannot keep the territories and preserve a Jewish majority in the world’s only Jewish state – not by means that are humane and moral and Jewish.

Do you want the greater land of Israel? No problem. Abandon democracy. Let’s institute an efficient system of racial separation here, with prison camps and detention villages.

Do you want a Jewish majority? No problem. Either put the Arabs on railway cars, buses, camels and donkeys and expel them en masse – or separate ourselves from them absolutely, without tricks and gimmicks. There is no middle path. We must remove all the settlements – all of them – and draw an internationally recognised border between the Jewish national home and the Palestinian national home. The Jewish law of return will apply only within our national home, and their right of return will apply only within the borders of the Palestinian state.

“Do you want democracy? No problem. Either abandon the greater land of Israel, to the last settlement and outpost, or give full citizenship and voting rights to everyone, including Arabs. The result, of course, will be that those who did not want a Palestinian state alongside us will have one in our midst, via the ballot box. (Here, I note, Burg was being less than explicit about the consequences of Greater Israel giving full citizenship and voting rights to everyone. At the point not too far into the future when the Palestinian Arabs outnumbered the Jews of Greater Israel, Zionism would be voted out of existence. Palestine would effectively be de-Zionized, opening the door to One State for all).

The prime minister should present the choices forthrightly: Jewish racism or democracy. Settlements or hope for both peoples. False visions of barbed wire and suicide bombers or a recognised international border between two states and a shared capital in Jerusalem.

In my view Judt’s assumption that Israel “would” be obliged to acknowledge its limits if the Jews of Europe and America took their distance from it is questionable. Why? It’s rational, based on reason, and Israel’s deluded leaders are beyond reason. They are never going to shed their illusions and present the choices for Israel’s Jews in the terms outlined by Burg.

But the main argument for European and American Jews distancing themselves from the Zionist state and its policies is self-interest. By demonstrating that they were not complicit in Zionism’s crimes, they would be playing their necessary part in preventing anti-Israelism from being transformed into anti-Semitism.

But even if self-interest (in the context above) is the direction in which most European and American Jews might move, events on the ground suggest to me that the time left for them to decide whether or not to actually distance themselves from Israel is running out. And here is my brief summary of why.

Given their determination to keep for all time much if not all of the occupied West Bank (despite what they sometimes say to the contrary for propaganda purposes), Israel’s leaders have got to find a way to defuse the ticking, demographic time-bomb of occupation (the coming of the day when the Palestinians will outnumber the Jews of Greater Israel).

The evidence of the past 44 years is that Israel’s leaders believed they could do it in one of two ways.

One was by making life hell for the occupied Palestinians in the hope that very many of them would either give up their struggle in despair and accept crumbs from Zionism’s table – a few disconnected Bantustans which they could call a state if they wished; or, better still, abandon their homeland and seek new lives elsewhere. Neither of those two things happened or are going to happen.

The other was having in place a compliant, puppet, Palestinian leadership which could be bullied and bribed, with American assistance, into forcing its people to accept crumbs from Zionism’s table. It might be that Israel’s leaders still hope they can make this scenario work with Palestinian “President” Abbas or his successor, but it won’t work.

And that will leave them, Israel’s leaders, with only one way of defusing the demographic time-bomb of occupation – creating a pretext to drive the Palestinians off the West Bank and into Jordan, Syria or wherever. The final ethnic cleansing of Palestine.

I think that will be Zionism’s final solution to its Palestine problem. I also think that such an event will guarantee that the rising, global tide of anti-Israelism is transformed into anti-Semitism, meaning, as Harkabi warned, that Jews throughout the world will pay the price of Israel’s “misconduct”.

I’ll end by re-asking my headline question and giving it an explicit answer.

Is Holocaust II (shorthand for another great turning against the Jews) inevitable? Yes unless the Jews of Europe and America distance themselves from the Zionist monster before it’s too late to do so.

 Also see:  Getting to the Hart of the Matter with One of the World’s Most Experienced Reporters

Palestine land map 1947 – 2000

Note particularly 1967 – 2000 this map is almost 10 years out of date.

Since the last map update, the 20 ft wall and illegal settlements have been built. There is no freedom of movement for Palestinians to travel from one partitioned area to all other areas of their territory. Since the building of the wall, many more families have been divided, their lands inaccessible to farm, all goods and services controlled by Israel. Essentially Palestine is now a series of walled prisons.

Editing: Debbie Menon

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34 Responses to "Is Holocaust II (shorthand for another great turning against the Jews) inevitable?"

  1. PallMall  February 26, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    Maybe a little anti-semitism would make them focus, since nothing else seems to work. WWIII is not an option. War with Iran is not supported by the majority of Americans. So if some nasty words from our side will make them stop, why not.

  2. Excalibur  February 26, 2012 at 11:39 am

    That is very interesting caribbeancritic! So – strangely enough the world is in fact full of ‘wannabee’ jews that are just playing the part! Is it possible that many of these are descended from abductees taken down through the centuries – stolen by wandering jews? You have to admit that the real variety do have that very distinctive look about them in their facial features. The only other place you see it is TRANSYLVANIA! Maybe we are on to something?

  3. Debbie Menon  February 25, 2012 at 11:40 pm

    Yep! “Jew and goyim alike, walked point, taking the heat from AIPAC, ADL and the like, and they said nothing.”

  4. foo  February 25, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    @ bahmi

    “…Only stupid Americans will vote Obama in again…”

    Stupid Americans will vote again.

  5. caribbeancritic  February 25, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    If there were to be another Holocaust it would be the third one the Jews have claimed and the first genuine genocide. The first was during the 1914-18 war where the Jews claimed six million of their number were killed, the second was during the 1939-45 where again they claimed six million of there number were killed. Both claims are completely ridiculous and have been discredited by the simple application of statistics, European government census data, emigration data and forensic science, for the period of 1938-48. More than 92% of those claiming to be Jews are not of Semitic origin as can be clearly demonstrated by the mitochondrial DNA study by the University of Adelaide Australis carried out in conjunction with professor . Avshalom. Zoossmann !

  6. robert  February 25, 2012 at 1:48 pm

    If being against illegal occupation, crimes against humanity, land theft, distain for U.N. resolutions, and indiscriminate assinations is anti semetic then I am proud to be anti semetic.

  7. Excalibur  February 25, 2012 at 1:24 pm

    RDRM – I can see your point – and your principled stance to defend the innocent. This is something that we all surely feel. The thrust of this article, however, is to ask why ordinary jews are not properly denouncing israeli outrages and zionist world domination plans. Viewers of this website know very well that it is not ‘Nazi’ to address this imminent peril! This is a problem of jewish origin – not gentile – and the jewish population should in all proper conscience organise in their OWN longer term interests to comprehensively destroy the evil themselves; then stating their loyalty to the nations in which they now live. Informed and articulate Gentile onlookers that are analysing world events can see, now more clearly than ever, the hidden hand behind the global terror and who is guiding it.

    The IRA are a phenomena of the Irish people. Only the Irish can disband it. The Cosa Nostra is a phenomena of the Sicilian people. Only the Sicilians can abolish it. Zionists – with their world domination and manipulation plans are a phenomena of the jewish people.

    The jews need to address that problem and crush it in their own community. If they do not then the people of the rest of the world have no choice but to stop it themselves BECAUSE ALL GENTILES ARE DIRECTLY AFFECTED BY IT – and once the world mobilizes against it all they will have to go on is that it is a manifestation of the jewish population – which by definition – MUST tacitly support it.

  8. Excalibur  February 25, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    Exceptionally well put Harold – logic often goes to the wind as soon as the word ‘jew’ is even mentioned. This feeling of discomfort each time we try to assess the jewish attack on the rest of the world – is in itself evidence of the malign psychological indoctrination we have all grown up under. It would not matter if Germans, Indians, Japanese or Eskimos were responsible for the damage and destruction that we now face – the effects and the solutions should be discussed frankly and without some misplaced need to excuse jews from every crime.

  9. Detlef Reimers  February 24, 2012 at 8:33 pm


    you’re completely right in what you said, Alan Hart correctly spoke about the critical parts of the relationship between jews and gentiles and he also touches parts of the ground. But there is more to it and I would like to tell you a real story from Germany.

    I am very pleased to be able (with no fear) to speek here on VT as a german, who was born after WWII. Through my whole life I was not only interested in the jewish history, but I also wanted to learn about ‘our guilt’ which we were told over and over again.

    When I grew up, I learned much more about jews in my job as a teacher, although I already had many jewish friens in my other part of life as a Bliues musician.

    Cancelour Kohl managed it, to let 2 millions of russians immigrate into our country. They were placed into all parts of our country, many of the joung folks rejected to learn the german language, because they felt to be forced into this immigration by their parents without any questions (they had to leave all their friends in Russia). Many of these young people were jewish, they came from West Sibiria, Kasachstan, Ukraine, Beloruss, Moldavia and other parts of their home country.

    I talked much with all of the immigrants (I teached on the only school in Hamburg, where you could get the Abitur degree with Russian as a second language), asking many questions and tried to engage everyone to tell about his/her story. One of my experiences was, that most – not all – of the young jews took a separate view on their home country, others (russians with no jewish background kept quiet) mostly were not engaged in these discussions, they only listened.

    After two years, we all knew each other very well, but the jewish boys/girls alreays tmanaged it to put themselves into the foreground (as calls speaker…), not really caring about the others – they were the ‘chiefs’ or tried to be, as I would say.

    Now, I’m well awary, that – as a german – all the world thinks we are anti-jewish. That’s not true, for shure, but it’s hard to speak about this in our own country and act in a natural way. One day, just before summer holiday, we talked together in the class and I made a joke about one of the ‘class leaders’, because he had 0tried to make a joke about the russian culture in general. The moment, I made the joke (trying to diminish the tension, which occured), there came up two explosions.

    The first explosion was against me, because I had the ‘courage’ to make a joke about the ‘leader’. I didn’t intervene at all in this moment and then there came the real explosion. The other russian, libanese, slowakian and german pupils – all at once – began to speek out loud about their feelings about the situation. It was really heavy, to hear all this, but I didn’t intervene, because I had the feeling that this was the first moment of truth in this class between all the different nations (28 pupils, 5 germans).

    They all had a ‘true’ discussion about everything, no one tried to hide anything and spoke just what he/she thought at that moment. Mostly, I myself was quiet, only calming some heavy emotional overloaded pupils. The hour was over, but no one left – the duscussion went on and on. The next teacher came into the class and I asked him, to sit down and listen – what he did, beeing very astonsihed about what he heard – the pupils didn’t mind at all.

    The edd of the story was rgis: A week later, I was called by the head of our school to come to a talk. There also sat the elders of my ‘chiefs’ and I was heavily forced to justify the discussion.

    This is, what I did: I stood up from my chair and told all of them, that I not had to justify anything, but they themselves should think about it and perhaps learn something. Not long after, I quit my job – what happened in this class, is not allowed to happen in this country. Now, I’m a fulltime Blues musician.

    Mr. Alan, I can certify everything you wrote, but that’s not the whole story, believe me!

  10. Highlander  February 24, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    The old people say that the Jew is simply a harvestor.
    He does not plant the seed, he does not pick weeds, he does not take grain form the stalk to the bin.

    He simply comes in and takes the grain when all the goyem have done all the work.

    Now is not that an interesting concept?

    Apply it to farmers. Apply it to Wall Street.

    This concept has never changed……

  11. voltaire335  February 24, 2012 at 4:43 pm

    The problem with both Jews and Zionists is that the beliefs of both groups are based on the concept of “tikkun olam” (i.e. cure the world). This concept is both integral to and inseparable from Judaism. It is based on the belief that Judaism’s teachings and law are so superior to those of non Jews that they should be the basis of all future political and religious systems. This shared concept means that there is no real distinction between the groups because they both feel, deep down that Jews are racially superior to non Jews. The underpinnings of Marxism are based on a version of ” tikkun olam” applied to the economic and political sphere. It follows that communism is simply a Jewish version of socialism (i.e. socialism devoid defacto of its democratic inclinations.)

    If memory serves me correctly, roughly 83% of American Jews support Israel despite its continuing misbehavior. This doesn’t mean that the remaining 17% are good, enlightened Jews since organized Jewry has historically sought to control both sides of the debate. If the thoroughly racist Anti-Zionist Zionists (Google: Gilad Atzmon for an explanation of this term) are subtracted form this 17% we then get a much smaller group of truly enlightened, one state solutions Jews that measure, I would guess, no more than about 5% of American Jews.. We can conclude from this lowly figure that there is actually no real quantifiable difference between Jews and Zionists. They are the same actors wearing slightly different costumes. Judaism is in fact racist and there is no separating the left wing and right wing versions of it.

  12. Debbie Menon  February 24, 2012 at 3:17 pm


    Below are excerpts from an article titled : The Case Of Uri Avnery II: Hasbara, Supremacism And The Future Of Solidarity, by Jonathan Azaziah; he presents a unique view: (Resistance is not Extremism).

    “The solidarity network is desperate for mainstream support after 100 years of Jewish colonization and 64 years of Zionist occupation, and it feels that the only way to attain it is by presenting the struggle for Palestinian liberation as a joint effort between Arabs and Jews because the Zionist media (for obvious tribal reasons) actively treats Jews as the pristine pinnacle of humanity and Arabs (and Muslims) as the ugliest dregs of inhumanity.

    “The struggle to liberate Palestine should certainly be one in which Arabs, Jews and all of humanity come together against the enemy Zionist entity. But they should be coming together for Palestine and only Palestine. There should be no ulterior motive, no tribal baggage that comes with Jewish support.

    “There should be no concern for the ‘Israeli people,’ who are the oppressors, the colonizers, the occupiers, the ethnic cleansers and the murderers of the Palestinians, Lebanese and others.

    94% of ‘Israeli’ society supported Operation Cast Lead and 71% wants to see Iran destroyed. 70% of ‘Israeli’ Jews view themselves as the superior race on earth. We, as supporters of Palestine, should be concerned with “the rights” of these Jewish supremacists?

    “We should be concerned with “the rights” of baby killers over the babies killed? Really?

    “Are Jewish and ‘Israeli’ voices really necessary to understand what is taking place in occupied Palestine? Are Jewish and ‘Israeli’ voices really more important or more valuable than Palestinian voices, than the voices of those actually being murdered, actually being ethnically cleansed, actually being imprisoned, actually being tortured? Does the Jewish Voice or the ‘Israeli’ voice hold more credibility than the Palestinian voice? The answer should be categorical from the solidarity movement: “We do not need a Jewish Voice to validate the genocide.” Why are Jewish voices even being sought, considering 95% of American Jewry supports the criminal existence of the Zionist entity, and 90% of British Jewry does the same?

    “64 years have passed since al-Nakba and the creation of ‘Israel’ and still, there is not a collective Jewish voice anywhere in the world demanding that every foreign occupier, every land-stealing invader, meaning every ‘Israeli’ in Palestine leave and leave now. Does this not speak volumes about the position of the international Jewish community? And doesn’t this uncomfortable but undeniable fact pose a direct threat to the peoples of Palestine, the Middle East and the globe in general?

    Read the whole article here:

  13. Jin  February 24, 2012 at 2:48 pm

    Or I am afraid, even worse, it could be the total destruction and annihilation of human race!

  14. Excalibur  February 24, 2012 at 2:40 pm

    Good comment bahmi. My only criticism of it is that these people will not allow themselves to be actually ‘voted’ out of power. Even if a majority of Americans one day suddenly snaps awake – and vote in their droves to try and thwart them. Do you think such people are above fiddling election results? To them such a move would be a minor piece of mischief in their long list of crimes.

    No – their removal will need to be more robust than a mere national election where the dumbed-down masses suddenly become sensible overnight. This is where the armed forces and the Veterans associations are one of our last hopes to retain real freedom – in the proper sense of the word.

  15. robert  February 24, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    Very well said

  16. Jin  February 24, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Excellent! I couldn’t say it better. Zionists’ final goal is world domination and total control. If we (non-Jews) don’t stop them, eventually, we all will become Palestinians!

  17. RDRM  February 24, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    I’m with you all on anti-Zionism, but I will fight you would-be Nazis in the street if necessary should you attempt to round up the entire Jewish population of the United States.

  18. robert  February 24, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    A great article by Alan to create dialogue between readers and to think through “where to from here?”

    It is interesting to reflect on how the German people were criticised and never forgiven, for not standing up the the Nazi regime when they supposedly could have. German people have lived through decades of abuse, shame, guilt, repatriation and the butt of endless humiliation.

    Will the Jewish people be judged the same way over the criminality of Zionism, and suffer the same indignation for not standing up against it?

    Jewish citizens the world over had better start reflecting on this, and start taking a visible, humanitarian, proactive position or they will be judged very badly, just like the Germans are.

    It is not palatable, but a position on where they stand on the crimes of Zionism, that needs to be taken now.

    All Jews are likely to suffer the same indignation’s as do Germans at best, or maybe even another holocaust if they just stand and stare.

    Decision time is now!

    As for our Governments, it is time to reflect on how undivided support of Zionism is herding the Jewish people toward a deadly chasm. It is their own doing via their aggressive lobby, but we need not have to buy into it, much like not giving in to a tantrum throwing child for their own good. This is especially so, as it is likely to bring great harm to us as well.

  19. Excalibur  February 24, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    The problem is that most people’s experience of jews – ones that they actually know living among them – is that they are vociferous and ardent campaigners for communism, socialism, political correctness of every kind, extreme leftist claptrap, anti-patriotism, anti-nationalism – and encouraging every form of guilt and national surrender. They support the destruction of all European traditions, promote constant so called ‘change’ (which is code for more zionist control) and constantly ridicule the very society that they have adopted as their home. They are always prominent in attempts to ban European festivals, Christmas, Easter, Christianity – and any commonsense practices that always held us together in happy, healthy and cohesive societies. In short – we Europeans are expected to apologise to everybody for perceived wrongs that we have (apparently) done in previous generations, lay down in a corner – and die – and be happy and grateful to do so!

    Why do they always make it their mission to do this to us? Zionists and non-Zionists alike?

    It is especially nauseous when you compare their constant advice for us – against their attitude to their own JEWISH traditions and their OWN nationalist fervour. In those circumstances they suddenly change their leftist position to one of extreme right wing nationalism. What is sauce for the goose is apparently not sauce for the gander! Talk to any jew about israel and they begin to froth at the mouth with psychotic and psychopathic hatred of anyone who even criticises their barbaric treatment of their Arab neighbours or their corrupt manipulation of power and money.

    Every piece of advice that they FORCE upon us with crazier and crazier laws and restrictions to our freedoms – somehow apply IN REVERSE where their own national interests are concerned

    All the same – Alan Hart is correct that heroes such as Gilad Atzmon and the late Israel Shahak – do deserve our protection in a new and suitably purged world.

  20. Debbie Menon  February 24, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    Well, he is right in his concerns that a lot of “innocent” Jews are going to be hurt. Some may die if it comes to that.

    I have a problem with that too, but somehow I simply cannot develop a lot of sympathy for them when I remember all of this developing and happening year after year in the chambers of their silence, while others, Jew and goyim alike, walked point, taking the heat from AIPAC, ADL and the like, and they said nothing. Think of all the Jewish Academics, Intellectuals, Artists, Professionals, Statesmen who have already been burned at the stake for standing up… top US journalist Helen Thomas, Richard Goldstone (Goldstone Report) cases in point. Where were they when they might have come out and protected their own from their own?

    It was their voices which might have made a difference some time ago when all of this momentum was building and so many of us spent precious years shouting from the roof top, and they were not there, so, if they get caught in the backlash, and some of them begin to bleat in pain when the heat turns on them rightly or wrongly, that is just too f…ing bad!

    A Great lead quote at What Really Happened website :

    “The truth has a certain elegance and restraint to it. Sometimes it can be a little rough because the truth doesn’t spend as much time in makeup as the lies do. Lies require cosmetics and strategic lighting. Truth possesses its own beauty (if you can see it), without the need for artifice and produces its own light.” — Les Visible

  21. Excalibur  February 24, 2012 at 1:10 pm

    “Not to oppose error is to approve it – and not to defend truth is to suppress it. Indeed to neglect to confound evil men when we can do it is no less a sin than to encourage them”.

    His Holiness Pope felix III

  22. dalethorn  February 24, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    Maybe if you live in Philadelphia or Detroit, you don’t see the problem so much. Go live in L.A., hang out in the Fairfax district, Encino, Beverly Hills. Get to know some of the locals, so they trust you. Then you see the problem. They aren’t satisfied to allow you parity. They want more. And they want “justice”.

    What, you aren’t satisfied that their TV completely corrupts your families, their media varies from hardcore lying and disinformation to hardcore porn? You’re not satisfied that they took the U.S. economy, your lifeline to your future, and stole it? You’re not satisfied that everything was sold to Red China? You’re not satisfied that the Holocaust is above God? Not satisfied that the sacred Eucharist can be publicly placed in a jar of urine and your beliefs made a mockery of? Not satisfied that your military is run by their Neocons? That your troops are required to torture and commit depraved acts? That your new-slave president can assassinate anyone they want rubbed out with impunity and secrecy? There’s a reason for all of this, and if you hang out in those places I mentioned, you will learn.

    So what changes were we expecting now? Audacity of hope?

  23. jamesholton  February 24, 2012 at 11:01 am

    ‘Controvesy of Zion’ – chapter 31 – ‘The Web of Intrigue’ deals with this very subject. The Jews living in Palestine were even prepared to take the British Goverments offer of a homeland in Uganda, of course the Russian Zionists scoffed at such an offer and got what they wished for in the end ie Palestine.

  24. DaveE  February 24, 2012 at 9:50 am

    Of course, the Jews themselves are not to blame for the crimes of the few. For example, just look at all the Jews raising Hell over our filthy wars for Israel and all the Jews screaming against the injustice and tyranny of the financial Armageddon the financial system is waging on us. Look at all the Jews crying out against the racist Jewish nature of those crooks and the endless lies and nonstop racism of our media. Look at the Jewish disgust of filthy cretins like Joe Lieberman and Dianne Feinstein and Chuckie Schumer telling us we NEED war with Iran, for our own good. All those wonderful, decent, humanitarian Jews are the voice of justice, compassion and reason here in the former US of A.

    All 17 of them.

    Oops, wrong planet.

  25. Truth Seeker  February 24, 2012 at 9:48 am

    It would be a shame if millions of Jews died that were innocent for the actions of a few. But we seem to turn a blind eye to the millions of brown people that have died in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Somalia and now Syria because it suited our (really Neo Cons, Zionist and Israel) political agenda. Let’s not forget who championed this action against Muslims, created modern terrorism, preemptive wars and declared a secret covert war upon Islam. Who by the way, were not a problem of the US till 911. Only when it served their purpose was the sacrifice of millions of brown people justified as a end to a means.

    If Jews want to avoid the inevitable, they better start speaking up and telling the truth. We live on a finite planet and interpersonal connection is closer than it ever has been. People are waking up to the game that has/is being played. When the only terrorist that are ever talked about in the Media are Muslims when the timing is needed, then I think we all know we are being played.

  26. Cold Wind  February 24, 2012 at 9:18 am

    Historically, anti-Semitism is in almost every case a natural, if not an expected, reaction to the unnatural rise of Jewish power, to Jewish greed, contempt for and exploitation of non-Jewish masses. Read your history Alan! Sadly, we almost never learn from history. But it is true, to survive, Jews must forsake Zionism, along with the notion of exceptionalism that keeps them apart from the rest of humanity.

  27. Dan  February 24, 2012 at 8:47 am

    I should have added that, but for the financial support of “capitalists” like Jacob Schiff on Wall St, none of it could have happened.

  28. ernesttrionfo  February 24, 2012 at 8:34 am

    Absolutely correct, Brian. In fact, the Holocaust was created on October 31st (Trick or Treat Day) in the year 1919 in the American Hebrew magazine as a cover up of the genocide of Christians in Armenia by the “Young Turks” (who were crypto Jews) and in by Jewish Bolsheviks in the Soviet Union. That is why Abe Foxman of the ADL does not want anyone to recognize the Armenian genocide – because people would find out who did it and why.

    It was a money making cover up scam in 1919 when it was created, and it is money making cover up scam now. It permitted the genocide of over a million Iraqis of which 600,000 were children – which was “worth it” according to Madeleine Korbelová Albright (who is Jewish) and threatens to permit the genocide of a similar number of Iranians.

    According to WWII reporter Douglas Reed 90% of the inmates in Hitler’s concentration camps were gentiles. Jewish propagandists changed Reed’s own reports to make it seem like the Nazis were out to kill all of the Jews in Europe.

    “99 per cent of the people who have been bumped off in Germany or by German bombs and machine-guns in other countries since the anti-Semitic swastika became the State flag of the German Reich have been Gentiles. I strongly fear that millions more Gentiles are going to bite the dust before the universal victory of anti-Semitism is achieved.

    By the accident of birth a Gentile myself, I am opposed to this, for by this process the proportion of Gentiles to Jews in the world will ultimately be reduced to that of the Jews to Gentiles in Germany at the time Hitler came to power – say five in every hundred – and at that point the Jews will probably realize that we are a menace and exterminate us. ”

    Douglass Reed

    Hitler’s war machine would have come to a grinding halt had not the Jewish Oppenheimer diamond cartel not supplied it with the industrial diamonds it needed to keep its tanks rolling.

    Diamonds for Hitler

    And why not? Hitler is a Jewish name and Hitler himself was of Jewish descent,

    Hitl = “hat” in Yiddish.

    Hitl + er = contraction of hitelmacher in Yiddish, equivalent of the English “hatter” or hat maker.

    After the annexation of Austria Hitler ordered the village around the graveyard where his his father and grandmother were buried evacuated and shelled to cover up his Jewish roots.

    He was the son of a bastard Rothschild (as in the Balfour Declaration).

    Behind the Balfour Declaration

    Under Hitler the entire export economy of Germany was tied to transfer of Jews to Palestine.

    The Third Reich and the Palestine Question

    That is why the Zionists were ready to make a military alliance with Hitler and would have done so had the Allies overrun Germany before the deal was consummated.

    Zionism and the Third Reich

    They considered the British to be their enemies, not the Nazis. That is why they bombed the King David Hotel.

  29. Dan  February 24, 2012 at 8:28 am

    Another holocaust that could be repeated, even here, is the slaughter and starvation of over 60 million Russians during the last century, if one judges by the excuses made for communist butchers by the majority of academia, Hollywood, and the MSM in this country.

  30. emilyellen  February 24, 2012 at 8:04 am

    I fail to understand how you can apply the term of ‘anti-semitism’ when discussing the Israeli ‘jewish’ population.
    I doubt if 10% are semites.
    They are largely eastern europeans who adopted judaism as a religion some 1000 years ago,
    They have no semite inheritance at all. They are caucasian and from the caucasus area of Russia.
    The biggest and most evil act of anti semitism was allowing these Khazars, Askenazi,to occupy the western part of Palestine and look the other way whilst they commit widespread genocide and extend further occupation by violence and mass murder.
    These eastern Europeans were never promised a damn thing by the God of Abraham and should pack up and go home – not that their countries of origin would want them.
    Natanyahu whose name is a modern creation is Polish by descent, Lieberman I understand is Moldovan.
    Can someone tell me what they are doing there?
    Clear this lot of Europeans out of the middle east and peace and sanity may prevail.

  31. Debbie Menon  February 24, 2012 at 7:22 am

    Trust Alan to see both sides of the problem with equity, concern and care for his beloved Jews, which I might not. That is a quality I find and admire in him which I cannot replicate in myself.

    Alan has outlined the problems of the Jew, the blame, and the threat of over-reaction and bad targeting of revenge quite correctly.

    Guilt by association? Guilt and complicity by compliance and neglect? Lassitude?
    They may not have cheered “Yea,” but did they shout “No!”

    Fine points, but who is culpable for the deaths when the hosp;ital burns down with all of the patients locked in the wards… the arsonist who lit the fires or the staff who did not go in and unlock the doors?

    Or the firemen who stood by and idly watched because it was not their hospital?

    Alan has always been capable of seeing both sides of the coin pretty equitably, which is one of the things which gives him deep draft in my books, and he has some viable suggestions here.
    The question? Who will read, heed listen and implement them? The better and more practical they are, the less chance they have of anyone even noticing them or giving them serious consideration. If they are too good, someone will come after him and try to shut him up!

    Alan Hart is another nice and gentle man, of the same school as Richard Falk.

  32. haroldsmith  February 24, 2012 at 6:55 am

    Of course, one of the main problems with “Zionism”, as we now know it to be – that you’ve failed to mention – is that its goals extend far beyond the Mideast. Organized Jewry seeks Jewish world domination and governance, and the end of the concept of national sovereignty.

    And to that end, as is now self-evidently obvious, organized Jewry has successfully subverted the political process in “the West”, overthrown the rule of law, and now exerts essentially unchallenged control. As a result of this, as anyone not living in a closet can see, organized Jewry has brought the world to the brink of destruction.

    And it’s quite clear to me clear that organized Jewry simply would not have been able to accomplish what it has without the support of the vast majority of Jews in the world.

    Put simply, you could say that the Jewish collective has launched a race war against the non-Jewish balance of humanity. At stake is the world; either the world will be run by Jews, for the benefit of Jews, or there’ll be no world as we’ve known it.

    Under these circumstances, what’s worse, the “danger of anti-semitism” or the danger of the end of the world as we know it?

    After Japan was (wrongfully) provoked into attacking Pearl Harbor, right or wrong, “America” didn’t worry about offending gentle Japanese sensibilities, America started rounding up Japanese.

    So why the special treatment for Jews, when the Jewish collective attacks us from within?

    Let’s say for the sake of argument that “America” was a good international citizen, sitting here minding its own business (laughably absurd, I know, but bear with me), and then one day, out of the clear blue sky, Russia and/or China launched a massive preemptive nuclear attack on “America” killing millions of people.

    Would “America” launch a retaliatory strike? Of course it would. Right or wrong, “America” would not say, “gee, not ALL Russians and/or Chinese are responsible, thus we better not retaliate, as many “good Russians” and/or “good Chinese” would die too”. Rather, “America”, right or wrong, would say: the blame for the deaths of any innocents killed would lie with the aggressors who started this.

    Let’s not worry about “the danger of anti-semitism”, let’s worry about stopping the Jewish collective before it brings about WW3.

  33. Brian  February 24, 2012 at 6:29 am

    Alan, You’re a very good, courageous journalist, but the Holocaust is propaganda, the people in the intern camps died of disease and/or starvation. Nobody died from being gassed, there was no plan to exterminate the Jews. Talk to Mark Weber of the Institute for Historical Review. Go to and click on search then search for Holocaust and read some of the articles.

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