the key to the opposition to ahmadinejad

The 23 countries that walked out of the Geneva Conference during Ahmadinejad’s speech are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK. The 27 EU members are the above plus Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland, which had already decided not to send delegates at all. The other 5 countries which had already decided not to send delegates at all are Australia, Canada, Israel, New Zealand and the US. So the formula for the bloc claiming that Ahmadinejad is ‘racist’ is: EU, plus Israel, plus the surviving ‘Anglo-Saxon’ or ‘English-speaking’ — i.e., white colonial — states: Australia & New Zealand, the USA & Canada. It seems then that this bloc is no more nor less than the white, western colonialist and imperialist nations, with Israel acting as their convenor, and that to be opposed to white, western colonialism and imperialism is the real definition of ‘racism’ in their eyes.


  1. Posted April 24, 2009 at 10:18 pm | Permalink

    well put. If one is able to see the forest from the trees then this article is very enlightening.

  2. Joe Gall
    Posted April 24, 2009 at 10:26 pm | Permalink

    The countries dominated by white trash elements boycott the conference against racism . . . of course.

    The Anglo-Saxon gene must be a subhuman mutation.

  3. Alex
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 2:00 am | Permalink

    Most of these racists are former colonials, or heavy supporters of the ZioNazi regime.

  4. unkLe_p
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 2:22 am | Permalink

    Finland! here I was laughing at all these ass holes, but it seems I’m one too. Somebody needs to not get re-elected!

  5. Bagruh
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 2:26 am | Permalink

    Now, the doctrine goes; “It’s either you are with the Zionist or you’re with the ‘terrorist’!”

  6. niqnaq
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 5:28 am | Permalink

    Joe Gall — the UK is not run by ‘Anglo-Saxons’, which may be why the colonialists left it. It is run by Jewish bankers, who are currently looting it, just like the rest of the ‘free & democratic’ world. It has been especially so since the so-called “Glorious Revolution” of 1689, which reversed the gains consequent on the English Civil War and installed the Hanoverian puppet monarchy. 1694 saw the foundation of the Bank of England, as Sephardi Jewish finance capital moved en bloc to London from Amsterdam. The colonialists were largely people who had been driven off the land by enclosures and capitalisation, and had internalised the values involved in these processes: drive off the indigenes and exploit the land using indentured wage-slaves, for profit. The logic behind this is very similar to the logic behind zionism: if they stay here, they will inevitably become supporters of revolutionary ideologies and leaders, threatening the system as a whole; better to send them elsewhere and encourage them to pretend that they can do to others what we have done to them. Churchill articulated this view of zionism as an alternative to revolution, as did Disraeli in his Coningsby. A very good article on modern British history, especially the effects of Disraeli’s policies, is this one, by Baron Julius Evola, which I helped to translate (though I do not share Evola’s racist views at all):

    I still believe, myself, that zionism in the geographical sense is just a feint, or diversion — something like a tethered goat, to draw the tigers out into the open so that the hunter can get a clear shot at them.

  7. sydwalker
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 11:45 am | Permalink

    Norway, I understand, deserves an honorable mention for staying put when the conformist pack fled the room. Are there any others?

  8. Karmakaze
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 11:47 am | Permalink

    Excuse me, but do you guys remember that New Zealand was the country that locked up Mossad spies who were trying to steal our passports?

    To claim we are in the pocket of Israel is utter bullshit.

    However, at our most recent election the right wing pro-corporate American ass kissing major party (The National Party) took control of the government, not least due to a massive push by the corporate media.

    I have no doubt that “we” joined the boycott because someone in the US told our PM to join and he puckered up as usual.

    Now our last and possibly greatest Prime Minister had a different attitude to Israel:

    The Prime Minister made a scathing attack on Israel and imposed tough diplomatic sanctions after two alleged Mossad spies were jailed for passport fraud yesterday.

    “The New Zealand Government views the act carried out by the Israeli intelligence agents as not only utterly unacceptable but also a breach of New Zealand sovereignty and international law,” Helen Clark said.

    The fact is, we USED to be run by a party that valued peace and justice. Clark was the same PM that refused to be involved in the invasion of Iraq for example, and had this to say about the invasion of Gaza:

    “The tragedy is that this ceasefire declared unilaterally by Israel comes after 22 days of intense conflict which should never have happened and which has immeasurably set back the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians.

    “That process will fail to gain traction now if Israeli troops continue to occupy Gaza and if the blockade of the territory continues.

    “The world looks to Hamas to stop its rocket attacks too, while acknowledging that their impact has been but a tiny fraction of that of the Israeli strikes on Gaza.”

    For the time being the right wing holds sway, and now we are at the mercy of whatever crap they pull, but I can guarantee you that it won’t be for long – National can never be in power for long before they fuck up our country and we have to boot their asses out, they are pathologically incapable of doing nwhat is right for OUR country, and not their corporate masters.

    So, please be aware that a single incident is NOT indicative of our country or most of its leaders – it represents the actions of a party that sell our country out every time they get in power, and have done so again.

  9. Hoarsewhisperer
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 12:55 pm | Permalink

    What is hilariously revealing about the list of boycotters and walkouts is that having claimed to be ‘honest brokers’ they were firmly committed to the walkout before A’jad opened his mouth. In fact they had agreed on the walk-out ploy before the conference began.

    What is even more hilarious (and embarrassing for the people who voted for the governments which sent these unrepresentative clowns) is that their objections to A’Jad’s address were scripted before he delivered it. As a result of this ‘pre-emptive planning’ they wound up basing much of their critique on things they WISH A’jad had said but DID NOT.

    Ironically, A’jad was the only head of state to attend. The EU and its obsequious colonial flunkies only sent seat-fillers and yes-men; a pretty reliable indicator of the true attitude of Zionist Occupied Governments to racism.

  10. niqnaq
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 1:03 pm | Permalink

    I think that the issue of Ahmadinejad’s supposed ‘racism’ will be combined with that of the supposed ‘racism’ of Mugabe, etc., to present an artfully blurred world picture for white audiences everywhere, to the effect that the ‘rights’ of whites are being attacked worldwide — hiding the ‘rights’ of white investors and resource owners behind the ‘rights’ of ordinary whites who happen to live in Africa, Asia, or south America.

  11. Hoarsewhisperer
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 1:08 pm | Permalink

    Btw, I agree with Karmakaze about Helen Clark. She had bigger balls than any of the heads of state of the walk-out countries – all of whom are Wank on Terror wankers.
    … pity she’s no longer relevant.

  12. moonkoon
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 2:26 pm | Permalink

    This is a list of the lapdog nations of Israel, those who have bought into the pseudo-spiritual acquisitive scam that the promoters so adroitly pedal.
    Shame on those nations participating in this distracting stunt and for allowing themselves to be so easily led astray and be seen to be defending Israel’s state sanctioned criminal behaviour.
    Every time I heard the proceedings of the meeting reported, the ambiguous slur, “holocaust denier”, prefaced the mention of Ahmadinejad’s speech and the walkout. The memory of the holocaust (such as it was, regular readers will know that I think that the methodology of the atrocity, as generally portrayed by the media, is suspect, and the scale grossly exaggerated. My reading and conversations with some who were close in time and location to the activities suggest that the popular depiction of the events is very misleading.) was shamelessly used garner protection from criticism about its current disgraceful disregard for the entitlements and dignity and lives of its neighbours.
    The walkout is a demonstration of the influence that Israel exerts in the nations mentioned.
    That they are willing to so blatantly support the indefensible behaviour (No honey for Palestine!) of Israel in the face of widespread public disgust shows the power of Israel’s grip on their political psyche.
    The term, “holocaust denier”, seems to be making a bid for the top spot on the slur hit parade, replacing “anti-semite” as the most effective way to poison debate and facilitate hatred.

  13. niqnaq
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 2:32 pm | Permalink

    The term, “holocaust denier” seems to be replacing “anti-semite.” Maybe this is because an increasing number of “holocaust deniers” are in fact Jewish. But, in general, the West and its allies are becoming revealed as a more and more closely integrated system of Jewish financial dictatorships, all justifying themselves and each other with impeccably neo-liberal ideology.

  14. Posted April 25, 2009 at 3:19 pm | Permalink

    Allow me to sincerely offer my apologies to the the President of Iran and the Iranian people for the disgracefull actions of “our” Irish Foreign Minister, David Kelly, who conspired with others, prior to the conference, to cause such a grave public insult. He will rue the day he used the great name Ireland to cause such offence to the peaceful peoples of Iran.

    Btw, I also agree with Karmakaze about Helen Clark. She had bigger balls than any of the heads of state of the walk-out countries – especially the “GOMBEEN MEN” from my own neck of the woods.

  15. Hoarsewhisperer
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 3:25 pm | Permalink

    When it comes to Holocaust denial, Israeliars are by far the worst offenders. The Holocaust used to come with the by-line “Never Again!” But as the Holocaust Survivors gradually evolved into Holocaust Perpetrators, the by-line has been unceremoniously dumped.

    Considering the ongoing and worsening litany of unspeakably vicious crimes the so-called Holocaust Survivors are committing against the Palestinians, while the West’s ZOGs and trogs avert their eyes (and claim to be speaking on my behalf), I find the entire Holocaust Story harder to swallow than a cocktail of broken glass, hemlock, and razor blades.

    It’s a pity it’s not kosher to ask questions about the minutiae of the Holocaust because it would be interesting to hear an explanation of how it came to pass that 6 million individuals were cruelly exterminated, over several years, without at least a fraction of 1% of them putting up a fight.

    That’s even harder to believe than the notion that Holocaust survivors have a right and duty to treat other people the same way they, and their forebears, were treated within living memory.

  16. Tom
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 3:25 pm | Permalink

    “I still believe, myself, that zionism in the geographical sense is just a feint, or diversion — something like a tethered goat, to draw the tigers out into the open so that the hunter can get a clear shot at them.”

    Interesting point, Niqnaq — I read it several times to measure how well it fit the facts. I agree that the hunters are getting plenty of shots off. I agree that the overall goal is more global than specific to a small slice of the Middle East. However, I would like to point out that the timing of the Balfour Declaration coincided with the solid confirmation in WWI that petroleum would be the key to military power in the future (the first use of aircraft in war, tanks, motorized transport, British Navy navy converts from coal to oil, etc.). Although the amount of oil in the M.E. was unknown at the time, it had been known for centuries to be there in quantity. Any futurist worth their salt could have drawn two conclusions even in 1918: oil is a finite resource which will someday be used up, and whoever controls the last drops will be fabulously wealthy and control the entire world. The timing of the final push for control of the M.E. should coincide with the beginning of the decline in global oil supplies — Peak Oil — which is NOW.

    So, consider the possibility that the whole Zionism enterprise is only a tool for something entirely different, a can opener for the Western ruling elites to pry into a region where they really have no business being, and that Zionism and Judaism have merely been hijacked, albeit willingly, for a task which has nothing to do with either.

    All the racism going ’round is just another tool, to be used by the cold psychopaths who rule us to get fools to do their bidding.

  17. niqnaq
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 4:35 pm | Permalink

    But the evidence for what I call “a more and more closely integrated system of Jewish financial dictatorships” is becoming overwhelming — sometimes in the forms of things that are in themselves utterly absurd, but serve the symbolic value of reinforcing an ever-more-judeocentric cultural climate — I mean, look at this:

    Wagner’s ‘Ring’ Strikes a Jarring but Muted Chord in L.A.
    Rebecca Spence, Forward, Apr 22 2009

    When the Los Angeles Opera launches its most ambitious project to date — a 10-week citywide festival celebrating Richard Wagner’s “The Ring,” which will culminate in a massive production of the epic opera — not everyone will be celebrating. Although Wagner’s music is regularly performed in America without much ado, the influential Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center is objecting to the notion of a large-scale festival honoring the work of the renowned composer, a known antisemite whose works were infamously embraced by Hitler. Slated for the spring of 2010, Ring Festival L.A. is being billed as the largest arts festival this city has seen since the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival. Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, the Wiesenthal Center’s director of interfaith affairs, said:

    We would be much happier if Los Angeles would find other musical heroes to celebrate. As long as there are Holocaust survivors alive — and there are many in Los Angeles — public accolades for Richard Wagner are a terrible slight …

    It’s just idiotic.

  18. Hoarsewhisperer
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 4:42 pm | Permalink

    Those are very interesting observations, Tom.
    Perhaps your perspective helps to explain the strident opposition to acceptance of the theory of Global Warming which, we are assured by the believers, could lead to runaway Greenhouse Effect which would place the problem beyond practical (or useful) human intervention.

    Since one of the key policy planks of climate change prevention is the phasing out of CO2-producing fossil fuels, it’s hardly surprising that fossil fuel vendors find the prospect of having their product made redundant by solar, and/or other ‘environmentally-friendly’ energy sources.

    One imagines that it would be terribly disappointing for them if the redundancy arrived before fossil fuel reserves had dwindled sufficiently to yield the eagerly-anticipated, and long-awaited Bonanza.

  19. Hoarsewhisperer
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

    It’s not just idiotic, RB – it’s insultingly puerile reality-creation claptrap. If you asked the average casual lover of classical music to name the composer and the country of origin of the composer of every piece in a concert, 95% of them would be unable to do so.

  20. Hoarsewhisperer
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 5:15 pm | Permalink

    I’m surprised the Anti Defamation League’s Honest Abe hasn’t defended Wagner from the ingrates at the Simon Center, considering the amount of cash and other plunder which has been gouged from Germany since WWII (for little or no measurable benefit to the Original Holocaust Survivors living on parsimonious pensions in Israel).

  21. niqnaq
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 5:16 pm | Permalink

    I don’t think the L.A. Times or the N.Y. Times have picked up on the ‘controversy’ yet — but they will …

    The point of all these spurious ‘Jewish issues’ is that they act as wedge issues, to divide the anti-capitalist movement into fictitious ‘left’ and ‘right’ wings. And it’s worked, too. Magazines like CounterPunch are living proof of that.

  22. Posted April 25, 2009 at 10:24 pm | Permalink

    But all those countries are Zionist infiltrated… or were they all already infiltrated by supra-national entities, that saw to the destruction of the native people in Canada and the USA(the holocaust you don’t hear about)… and Zionism is just the new face of the same enemy, conveniently getting J-ws caught up in enforcing their dictates, because they saw that J-ws are very easily controlled if you control their religious and political leaders. Look at Isr-el’s PM Netanyahu, the guy is a CIA agent according to Isr-eli newspapers.

  23. lobro
    Posted April 25, 2009 at 10:55 pm | Permalink

    is it just a coincidence that whites have carried and paid for the burden of holocaust smear, having been the richest at the time it came to the theater near you?

    and it was they who were pressured into setting up the squat state … and it is them whose pavlovian training makes it a no brainer that they would respond to remote control signals from petah tikva.

    so now, the argument is how to bring the rest of the money, namely, russia, china and japan into the leumi bank, that’s the current world war being waged.

    if they succeed, nothing much south america or the muslim crescent can do to withstand the full onslaught of rabbis and their golem creatures.

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