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June 14, 2017 8:35 am


Thank you for your honest comment.

Let me assure you that any 'backlash' will feel like a wet noodle to me too.  I don't care what the flaccid enemy labels me.

It's a joke to even mention Omar Barghouti and Ali Abunima as authentic Palestine activists when they've clearly and in public fellated the jew JVP dong.  I really have no more to say about these lowly  traitors.  I long ago stopped listening to Palestinians who do not support the armed struggle (how convenient for israel to have them around!).  As you may know from my writings on Mondoweiss, I grew up with the original Palestine liberators visiting our Beirut house on a regular basis: Ghassan Kanafani, Shafiq al-Hout, Mahmoud Darwish, George Habash etc.  Barghouti and Abunima are NOT of this class of  righteous intellectual.  I would slam my door in their face in a second!

Really, the whole leadership of US Solidarity Movement has long been compromised by jew agents of deception and chaos, exactly in the same way that Abu Mazen's 'Palestine Struggle' has been compromised.  Only brainwahsed fools would put their eggs in that jew Solidarity basket.  Only idiots would pay frigging membership fees to be members of JVP.  They claim a membership of 200.000+ and their lowest membership fee is $18 per year.  Plus they get good financial support from Saban for their despicable psy-op.  Now do the maths - JVP is making a killing off the backs of the suffering Palestinians - not a cent goes to Palestinian families devastated by JVP's masters in tel aviv.  JVP is NOT vocational, it's another jew swindle op.  But never mind what I think, let's look at JVP's record, shall we?  For all their so-called activism, JVP has yet to even get a single US politician to make a single 'friendly' statement about Palestinians, let alone present a pro Palestine policy to the senate floor.  They have achieved ZERO for Palestine in real terms.  BDS is NOT their project, they simply jumped on the bandwagon.  And as if adults need another jew organization to tell them not to buy Jaffa oranges from supermarkets!  Furthermore, I see no difference between Dershowitz and Blumenthal - they're both Mossad assets and Yinon plan agents.  Disgusting, vile liars in a sick jew Kabuki.

I wholly applaud your divorce from the exploitative tribe, Bornajoo.  Let's face it, the tribe's leaders exploit their own as much as they exploit the goyim.  I reckon the most brainwashed people on the planet are jews and they don't even know it. 


June 13, 2017 12:21 pm

If we are demanding that an 'honest' conversation is had about radical Islam without being called Islamophobic, then by the same measure we must be open to having an 'honest' conversation about radical Christianity/Buddhism/Hindusim and radical Judaism, without being called Christophobic, Buddhaphobic, Hinduphobic or an antisemite. 

Equality in scrutiny: it's a sign of a balanced, inquiring society.

June 13, 2017 1:23 pm

From the horse's kosher mouth:

"Liberalism and Democracy are not Jewish Values" - Batya Medad/Arutz Shiva.


June 13, 2017 3:09 pm

Even though there are thousands of professional youtube videos analyzing the israeli teen's psy-ops, I chose the linked video above because it's made by an ordinary person, seemingly sensible and non-aggressive - not a professional Alt-media outfit 'trading' information and collecting advertiser dollars.

There are copious untold numbers of such ordinary folk disseminating their own analysis on jewish power and maneuvers on social media.

June 14, 2017 8:56 am

Gilad, thank you for your comment. 

"... the discourse of the oppressed is defined by the sensitivities of the oppressor".

Your above statement hits the bullseye in the eyeball itself.  What's astounding though is that so many self-proclaimed 'intelligent and informed' goy members of JVP can't see this blatant truth staring them right in their faces.  I despair at non-jews who align with JVP.  If there ever was a bunch of useful idiots, it is the goy members of JVP and goy readers of that pseudo-intellectual coward, Phil Weiss.

As to Blumenthal and Dershowitz, I refer you to my comment about them on this thread here:


June 13, 2017 2:09 pm

Jewish aggressive control of information in Western society isn't just confined to the EU, UK and USA.  Canada, Australia and New Zealand too are under severe jew-censorship attack.

Take for instance this recently breaking media story of a global Jewish false-flag op that aimed to propagate through 'fear' (of course), the silly canard of Jews as eternal victims.  Nobody buys this ridiculous myth anymore: all thanks to the internet and the negligence of Jews drunk on power.

I'm sure the discerning reader of current affairs would have already observed that since the exposure of the jewish teen who was hoaxing threats against jews across the world: since his eventual arrest in israel a few weeks ago, suddenly there are no longer any news-worthy reports on costly and increasing antisemitic threats.

Evidently, there is no 'rise' in antisemitism, there's only a rise against abusive jewish power and propaganda.

June 13, 2017 12:54 pm

If someone truly, earnestly, deeply and profoundly believes in their 'chosenness', would they really be able to fully embrace democracy: a system based on absolute equality for all thru law?

How do jews reconcile their cosmic elitism with the basic principles of equality that democratic law insists on?

Are they utterly repulsed by Jeremy Corbyn's election motto: "For the many, not the few"?

June 13, 2017 10:43 am

Let me be crystal clear: I purposely did not use the term 'zionism' in the article as I now see zionism as a fig leaf that badly behaved Jews hide behind.  It is not the ideology the concerns me but the very people who gave birth to it and promote it.  I do not wish to debate an abstract, inane fig-leaf but indeed I must confront its living masters - and these masters are Jewish and their so-called zionist ideology is word-for-word taken from the Jewish Talmud - I no longer see a difference between zionism and judaism .  Even Gentiles who adhere to zionism are under Jewish instruction, so the Jewish fingerprint completely tents this ideology.  Jews are the masters and owners of it, therefore I will reference them, only them and not the 'name' they've given their ideology.  I'm also sick of debating the time-wasting spaghetti junction of zionism's many branches (right-wing zionism, liberal zionism, leftie zionism, religious zionism, religious anti-zionism, cultural zionism, anti-anti-zionism etc): all designed to confuse, derail and obscure the real culprit and purpose.

They call themselves 'jews', therefore I'll too call them 'jews'.

I am calling a spade a spade.

Bedtime Story For Gilad

June 13, 2017 6:14 pm
Hello MguitarF, I'm currently riding a thought-wave that tells me that even attachment to 'truth' is, well... meh. Because there is no formula to life, it's therefore not necessary for philosophy to provide and produce an absolute. Like everything under the sun is in a constant state of flux and movement, so should the philosophies of man be. I'm presently gleaning that perhaps in some instances, people are more important than the truth. Humanism above truth: is where I'm at today. Love above truth is another gray area in Ethics. I imagine myself to be the kind of person who would hide their beloved friend from the law if that friend had committed a crime. I know, I sound like an outlaw here but to me it's an example of how complex the choice between people and truth can be. Yes, a world where there is no judgment, no right or wrong but just events unfolding that need addressing - this strikes me as a world that is at peace with the vicissitudes and transient essence of life.
May 27, 2017 8:13 am

My new philosophical conundrum: is truth more important than people?

Tough - so goddam tough to figure this one out. 

Any light shed on this question by readers would be greatly appreciated.

May 1, 2017 9:25 am

Bornajoo, thank you for your great comment.

I am definitely not a Buddhist - especially the branches that have too many rituals - bells, candles, smoky incense, silk robes etc to me all represent pagan ritual.  With all due respect to religious practitioners, I have an aversion to religious ritual - I see it as self-deluded theater for toddlers.  At best, I see it as a pacifier of unsettling inquiry.  Evidently, humanity has not found it possible to reach a true 'god' experience through external stimuli - only one's 'perception' of god is experienced through ritual.  Seems to me that internalized, arduous, rational inquiry sans pagan distractions may be of possible value here.  And I use the word 'god' for lack of a better word.  If we were created as animal in body and crowned with an un-animal, rational brain, then surely somewhere within our vast-scaped mind, not outside of it, lies a direct channel to the creation-creator.  Only as internalized individuals can we possibly arrive at the 'god platform'.

One must discard all images and ritual that incite or promise the evocation of god.  You cannot 'ritualize' god.  You cannot 'concept' god.  You cannot put any adjective or man-made mask or punctuation on god.  You cannot rely on existing definitions of god.  You cannot assume a single glimmer of knowledge of god.  This god thing is utterly unwordable, unreachable, unknowable.

The closest school that follows the above is Taoism.  Yet they falter when it comes to giving females access to their hierarchy.  This confirms that all religious institutions, even the best of them, Eastern and Western alike, have constitutional faults and fault lines, have inhibitors and limiters: to varying degrees they are riddled with prejudice and supremism.  Fake supremism, I should add.

My non-attachment to worldly matters may fit the Buddhic template, but it's actually my rational mind that has led me to non-attachment.  I mean, knowing that one's life on earth is limited, knowing that one cannot take anything material with them after death, knowing also that no one, not even the most enlightened human has ever returned from death with any sure and consequential revelation - all of this forces my mind to deduce that life is indeed temporary and materialism is of no consequence outside of terra firma - so why then umbilically attach the self to stuff that doesn't last and is of limited value?  It just doesn't make sense to do this.  It seems to me that to attach is to be handcuffed and blindfolded.  To attach is to be illogical.  Of course, it's difficult to detach from the people one loves dearly - but it is very possible to profoundly love yet love without attachment.  I believe this is repeatedly practiced by animals:  they love and attach to their young on a temporary basis, then love and detach when their young are ready to face the jungle alone.

I do not say here that a path of non-attachment guarantees finding 'god'.  It is still to be proven that anything in this world guarantees a rendezvous with god.  But what choice do I have but to be in logical non-attachment when all religions of man, past and present, have evidently failed at delivering their promise?

Regarding the principle of 'ahimsa' (non violence) towards any living thing, I cannot personally claim alignment with that - I mean, in a general sense yes, but, for instance, only yesterday I had to kill a poisonous snake in my orchard:  it had backed up one of my dogs against a wall and I had to, in the sudden heat of the moment, lift a heavy nearby rock over my head with both hands and violently throw it down atop the snake's head - instantly killed it.  Yes, for some five seconds, I became a weaponized cavewoman.  When the danger had passed and I snapped out of this archaic state of mind, I truly felt a strong grief for the way its life had ended - but I did not feel any guilt for killing it whatsoever.  Living in open countryside, you are occasionally put in compromised and life-and-death uncompromising situations.  You do what you have to do - there is no place for guilt under these circumstances - grief, yes, but not guilt.

Maybe a Buddhist master may have been able to somehow peacefully lead the snake away from my cornered dog, but I certainly don't know how to do that.  Although I am in non-attachment, I am not really that advanced or in full control of myself or my surrounding.  This is fine by me - I have no ambition to advance.  If it comes, it comes, and if it doesn't, then... well, whatever.  I really don't care.  I'm not on any mission to save myself or save humanity from anything.  Well, except save humanity from zionism...  But I'm doing it for a laugh.  Something that chuckling, big-bellied Buddha himself would approve of, I'm sure


May 24, 2017 5:19 pm

It's astonishing how deep the human need for gods, pharaohs, gurus and celebrities - even super rational humans look for crutches:

When Technology Becomes Religion And Science Becomes God:

May 10, 2017 3:54 pm
Old haggard jew and closet-zionist. That's what I've always thought of Bernie Sanders. And people bought that he was an anti war candidate lol. After Clinton stole the election from him, all the DNC had to do was show him a Samsonite full of dollars to put a lid on the scandal and that's exactly what Sanders did: he urged his betrayed followers to vote for Hillary then bought a nice new house, thank you very much.

Fake News, Flake News And The Rise of The Electronic Town Crier

May 11, 2017 8:48 am

Ryan Dawson, the young dude who made the documentary below is being attacked and hounded out of social media by the zionist/jewish internet army.  If you like his work, please support him and his excellent research by subscribing to his youtube channel:

May 11, 2017 10:16 am

For seven decades Western media (under zionist instruction) has laughed at and accused Arab media of spreading lies and conspiracy theories about israel.   Turns out that the Arabs were onto the israeli deceptions from day one and the real fools are the Western public who believed what their zionist media and politicians were telling them.