The Workless Class Woke Up
The undeniable surge in the support for Euro Sceptics and right wing parties in yesterday’s European Parliament election, suggests that the European working class, isn’t as apathetic as the Zionised Left wants it to be.
The nationalist, patriotic and anti-immigration parties took the lead all over Europe last night. In France, Marine Le Pen’s National Front pushed the shameless Socialist Party into third place. In Britain the situation was similar.
Nigel Farage’s UKIP has taken the lead and is now a major player in British politics.
While the British conservatives were quick to react, advocating that immigration policy be reviewed and amended, the Left and its crony media expressed shock at the rise of the “far Right” and “Nazis.” Once again it is painful, but not surprising to witness the Left’s detachment from the working class.
French PM Valls who recently used every available tool to harass hugely popular black comedian Dieudonne in order to appease the French Jewish Lobby (CRIF), announced last night that the election results represented “a political earthquake in France.’ But can a popular vote on such a vast scale be an earthquake, a surprise or a shock?
Not really, a moment of truth or epiphany is a better description of the political shift. However, the Left’s evident surprise exposes the depth of its detachment from society and is tragically symptomatic of contemporary left thinking and politics.
This state of alienation is easily understood. Advocacy of liberal immigration policies in the West has been supported for the last few decades by both Left and Jewish progressive institutions. The reasons are clear. The progressive Jew tends to believe that a multi ethnic and fragmented society made up of multiple identities, is ‘good for the Jews.’
In such circumstances, Jews are merely one ethnicity among many. Open immigration also weakens the host nation. Jews, who have been subject to animosity and hostility throughout their history, understand that weakening the cohesive bond of their host nations is an effective strategy to protect Jews.
The contemporary Left also invests in weakening society by means of fragmentation. It generally understood that the working classes often ally themselves with nationalist and patriotic ideologies. The British lower class, for instance, is far more excited these days by the Union Jack and the Queen than the remote possibility of a ‘communist revolution’ ahead.
For the Left, therefore, the migrant communities provide an oxygen supply that helps to counter Working Class cohesiveness. Support from immigrants also conveys an image of a bond between the Left and working people. However, as we learned yesterday, such an agenda puts the Left in clear conflict with indigenous people and especially with the deprived underclass.
Considering their mutual interest in ID politics and immigration, it is natural that Left and Progressive institutions are maintained by funding from Jewish lobbies. When Tony Blair led Britain into a criminal war, the Zionist Lord ‘cashpoint Levy, was his chief fundraiser with help from the LFI (Labour Friends Of Israel). In France, the so-called ‘socialist’ government is more Zionist than Netanyahu’s government.
But it goes further. Nick Clegg, the leader of the British Liberal Democrats, who was demolished in yesterday’s election, aired a desperate SOS call to the Jewish world in the week before the election. The short-sighted Liberal Democrat announced his full support for the Jewish manifesto for the European Parliament.
He was evidently hoping that some rich Jews would be kind enough to bail him out. He was obviously wrong. I guess the Jewish financers are slightly more sophisticated. Yesterday the British voters sent Nick Clegg home. The third British party is on the verge of eradication.
George Soros and his Open Society Institute provide us with a spectacular view into the alliance between Jewish tribal interests and Left and Progressive politics. Soros, a funder of the Zionist light J Street, is the de facto funder of most Left and progressive institutions around the world.
Soros invests a portion of his wealth in ID politics, pro immigration groups and even some Palestinians NGOs and you may ask why? Simple, he is a kind philanthropic person who supports a lot of very good causes that are also ‘good for the Jews.’ And, as mentioned above, a multiplicity of identities, ethnicities and a fragmented society is indeed very good for the Jews.
The EU Parliamentary election results sent a clear warning to the Left and I hope that there is someone within the Left who is still capable of reacting and actually addressing the needs of the people. The election also delivers a clear warning to Jewish and Zionist lobbies. The situation in Europe is reaching a boiling point.
I am an immigrant myself. I love living in Britain, I want Britain to be strong and productive. I want my kids to enjoy the best of British education. For many years I was regarded by the Left as a symbol of multi-culturalism, but that was never my goal. I have no interest in imposing my culture or ethnicity on others. I use my art as a means of communication. I believe that beauty is the medium as well as the message.
I live in London, one of the most diverse cities in the world. In my city a lot of people from many places live in peace practicing their religions and celebrating their identities. We do not need The Guardian of Zion, the Labour Party or the Jewish lobby to teach us tolerance.
We do not need a Zionist organisation to monitor our speech or ‘correct’ our ‘politics. Instead the Left needs to reinstate its commitment to the working people, to labour, education and health. And in order to do so, the Left must first emancipate itself from its Zionist leadership and its Jerusalemite attitude.
Gilad Atzmon is an Israeli-born British jazz saxophonist, novelist, political activist and writer.
Atzmon’s album Exile was BBC jazz album of the year in 2003. Playing over 100 dates a year, he has been called “surely the hardest-gigging man in British jazz.” His albums, of which he has recorded nine to date, often explore the music of the Middle East and political themes. He has described himself as a “devoted political artist.” He supports the Palestinian right of return and the one-state solution in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
His criticisms of Zionism, Jewish identity, and Judaism, as well as his controversial views on The Holocaust and Jewish history have led to allegations of antisemitism from both Zionists and anti-Zionists. A profile in The Guardian in 2009 which described Atzmon as “one of London’s finest saxophonists” stated: “It is Atzmon’s blunt anti-Zionism rather than his music that has given him an international profile, particularly in the Arab world, where his essays are widely read.”