An Israeli Facebook page launched earlier this month to assist Israelis in escaping their apocalypse through migration has now gone viral reaching more than 700,000 Israelis.
It is called Olim Le-Berlin, ‘Ascending to Berlin,’ using the same positive Hebrew expression ‘Aliya’ attributed to the Jewish Diaspora emigrating to Israel.
Apparently, the confident Zio-patriotic balloon has been burst by a few Palestinian rockets landing in Tel Aviv. In truth, this implosion is occurring because the Jewish State is an inconvincible concept. As much as the Jews yearned to return to their phantasmic ‘homeland,’ they failed to make Palestine into a true home.
On the contrary, Israel has become the definitive showcase of every problematic Jewish ideological and cultural trait: it is racially supremacist, it is exclusive, it is an abusive ghetto suffocated with goy hatred, and its treatment of its own people and especially its poor is despicable.
Yesterday, I learned from Israeli TV Arutz 2 that the migration campaign organizers have applied directly to German Kunstler Angela Merkel to request 25,000 temporary work visas. They did so in response to more than 9000 calls from desperate Israelis.
Some Israeli patriots are clearly devastated by the recent dash to mass migration, they labeled the new campaign as an “insult to all Holocaust survivors.” “See you in the gas chambers,” commented one critic on the Facebook page.
If any of these WMD obsessed Israelis really want to witness the way in which my exile Israeli friends interact artistically with me, jazz chambers rather than ‘gas chambers’ is probably the best place to do so.
According to Israeli officials, the number of Israeli ‘deserters’ is offset by incoming Jews from Eastern Europe, America and France, who tend to be “more religious and right-wing.” Israeli officials also admit that Western metropolitans are more attractive to Israeli secular and educated youngsters.
A growing numbers of educated Israelis understand that Israel’s fate is pretty much sealed. It is crucial to remember that for more than a few years, Israelis of European descent have been queuing at German, Hungarian and Polish consulates for foreign passports. Their Sephardi brothers are also eagerly awaiting for the Spanish parliament to approve a plan to grant nationality to no less than three million Sephardi Jews.
The take home message is devastatingly clear. Israel has now officially entered its final terminal phase. The catastrophic situation has entered into Israeli collective awareness. Israelis are now running for their lives and they have good reason to believe that Europe will soon close its gates to avoid the Hebrew tsunami.
Predictably, it wasn’t the watery Soros funded ‘non-violent’ BDS movement that brought the Jewish State to its end. It was effectuated by authentic Palestinian resistance; an Islamic motivated willingness to fight and a fierce determination to win. It is the ability to send a ballistic message to Tel Aviv and Haifa that delivers the unmistakable message to Israelis that they are dwelling on stolen land.
Again, we see that it doesn’t take much for the Jews to reveal their flimsy ideological and spiritual bond to nationhood. If the IDF and Zionism initially inspired the fearless Jewish combative warrior; a few sirens in Tel Aviv revealed the feeble nature of Israel’s ideological bond and the depth of Israeli hedonistic inclinations.
From a psychoanalytical perspective, it may be that the murderous barbarism Israel exhibited in every recent round of violence is the result of a desperate attempt to conceal the weakness and the crumbliness of Jewish nationalism.
Recently, the Jewish theologian Marc Ellis concluded that my writing should be grasped within the context of the canonical work of the Hebrew prophets. Although flattered by Ellis’ observation, I don’t agree with his analysis. I am an essentialist thinker.
Fifteen years ago I published my first novel, Guide To The Perplexed. The futuristic fiction tells the story of the collapse of Israel in the 2030’s exactly as described above. It tells the story of Hebrew refugees invading the streets of Berlin. Read the 2001 Amazon blurb and judge for yourself:
“The year is 2052, and the state of Israel has been defunct for 40 years, the majority of its citizens having become refugees overseas. Gunther (Wünker) loves European, especially German, women and soon leaves Israel to find fame, fortune and fornication in Germany…A darkly funny reflection on the dangers of racial purity and the position of the outsider in Western Europe…”
Be aware, Guide To The Perplexed was written by the young libidinal me; it is filthy and horny as well as philosophical and funny. I was described as a ‘cum philosopher’ at the time. If you are prudish or sensitive you may want to skip this title.
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.”