…by Jonas E. Alexis
It’s not every single day that you get to hear an honest person telling the truth about the Israel/Palestine conflict. It is even rarer when the person happens to be Jewish. In fact, organizations such as the ADL and the Simon Wiesenthal Center have done their best to demonize those people.
Remember what they did to our courageous colleague Gilad Atzmon when he sabotaged the Zionist dream? Remember how Alan Dershowitz perversely declared that Atzmon has written “an overtly anti-Semitic book”? Remember how he told the media that Atzmon was a “notorious Jew-hater”?
Dershowitz, whose greatest intellectual achievement is to formulate patently invalid arguments, wrote a lengthy article on Atzmon with quotes from The Wandering Who? In order to make a point, Dershowitz had to take those quotes in isolation and out of context. As we all know, this is Dershowitz’s greatest expertise.
Atzmon can rest in peace because reason is a foreign language to Dershowitz. Take a look at his debate with Norman Finkelstein. One can say that poor Dershowitz was cut to pieces:
Atzmon produces serious arguments in The Wandering Who?, which is really a devastating attack on the Zionist kingdom. With respect to the “Holocaust,” Atzmon does not play nice:
“Interestingly enough, the Holocaust religion extends far beyond the internal Jewish discourse. In fact, it operates as a mission, and not only because its shrines are built far and wide, the Holocaust is now being touted as a possible pretext for nuking Iran…
“Clearly, the Holocaust religion serves both right and left Jewish political discourse, but it appeals to the goyim as well, especially those who preach and advocate killing in the name of ‘freedom,’ democracy and ‘moral interventionism.’
“To a certain extent, we are all subject to this religion; some of us are worshipers, others are just subject to its power.”
If you don’t think that the “Holocaust” is a religion, then try to have a simple dialogue with any supposed historian of Nazi Germany and you will find yourself in the middle of World War III. Back in 2012, I contacted some of the most leading historians on this issue, and the arguments they produced were appalling.
One of those supposed historians, who happened to publish a book on the “Holocaust” for the University of California Press, even threatened me not to publish our dialogue. He knew very well that doing so would really destroy many of the major points he made in his own book.
It was then that I began to realize that there is more to “Holocaust” religion than meets the eye. In order for that religion to exist, its adherents have to ignore historical inquiry, such as the killing of innocent Germans.
So, Atzmon does a great job in exposing the Zionist emperors of our age. He is certainly to be recommended for his bravery.
Anna Baltzer is another person who deserves our respect and gratitude. She has done a great job explaining the situations in Palestine in a very logical and calm way. She pulls no punches, and she indeed respects the cannons of logical inference. The following documentary is about one hour, and you will not be disappointed at all.
If you are new to the Israel/Palestine conflict, take some notes, do a little research on your own, and you can even challenge any point that she makes in the documentary. I’d be more than happy to discuss some of those points.
Finally, if you love the truth, if you are not bound by a particular ideology, and if you are not afraid to think, then you probably will enjoy the documentary.
 Alan Dershowitz, “Why are John Mearsheimer and Richard Falk Endorsing a Blatantly Anti-Semitic Book?,” New Republic, November 4, 20111.
 All you have to do is watch the complete debate between Norman Finkelstein and Alan Dershowitz.
 Gilad Atzmon, The Wandering Who?: A Study of Jewish Identity Politics (Washington and Winchester: Zero Books, 2011), 153.