some may feel that my taking a day trip to paris with ‘lady’ michele renouf was strange

Ha ha ha ha ha…. one may wonder… how could they spend upwards of a weekend together without Rowan saying something unforgivable about “the Jews”… well, I don’t think so… but I remember she was very offended cos someone had told her I was trying to get into her pants so to speak… – RB

On IDF Brutality and the Meaning of the Holocaust
Gilad Atzmon, May 9 2016

In a speech last week IOF CoS Maj-Gen Yair Golan said the Holocaust should prompt Israelis to reflect”deeply” about their own society. He said:

If there is anything that frightens me in the remembrance of the Holocaust, it is discerning nauseating processes that took place in Europe in general, and in Germany specifically back then, 70, 80 and 90 years ago, and seeing evidence of them here among us in the year 2016.

Some Israeli right wing politicians didn’t like Golan’s statement. Netanyahu denounced him yesterday. Naftali Bennett called on Golan to correct his comments or be seen as “comparing Israeli soldiers to Nazis.” Ayelet Shaked said Golan was “a little confused” and that his statement reflected “a lack of understanding, if not a disrespect of the Holocaust.” However, other Israelis such as Isaac Herzog, leader of the Labour party, praised Golan, saying:

This is what ethics and responsibility sound like.

Apparently some Israelis can cope with the obvious comparison between Israeli brutality and some Jew haters in history. This not so surprising speech illustrates that a top Israeli general is more genuine and ethically oriented than Jewish Leftist Max Blumenthal who was filmed abusing history revisionist David Irving for doing his job, i.e., narrating the past.

Gen Golan articulates a more coherent and universal moral from the holocaust than Jewish anti war activist Justin Raimondo and Anti Zionist Zionist (AZZ) Philip Weiss who have been united in their efforts to sustain the Holocaust religion rather than let it become, as it should, an historical chapter.

It seems that racist and genocidal Israel is more liberal, genuine and open than the entire Diaspora Jewish so called ‘dissent.’ This is hardly a surprise. In fact, the very few dissident Jews who have something meaningful, deep and uncompromising to say about the Jewish State, Jewishness and Judaism have been Israelis such as Israel Shahak, Israel Shamir, Shlomo Sand, Gideon Levy, Shulamit Aloni, Uri Avnery and a few others. The Diaspora Jewish dissent has behaved quite differently, they lie for the tribe, they silence true dissenters and thoughtful critiques. They sustain the notion of the primacy of Jewish suffering through a controlled opposition apparatus. Israel is also more open than Corbyn’s Labour party. Corbyn’s Labour suspended the legendary Ken Livingstone for telling the truth about Hitler’s collaboration with Zionism in 1933. The leader of Israel’s Labour party praised Gen Golan for his attempt to push for ethical thinking and historical context. The recent developments in Israel and the British Labour party suggest that truth cannot be totally suppressed. Truth is a boomerang. It flies back. Truth has within it the inherent inclination to appear and resurface despite the odds. If you want to understand Jewish history and culture, all you have to do is try to gauge what the so-called ‘good Jews’ are trying to conceal. Good luck.


  1. L
    Posted May 10, 2016 at 4:08 pm | Permalink

    David Oiving~~~~say it ain’t so!

    Mathis is a bit of a lark

  2. lafayettesennacherib
    Posted May 10, 2016 at 6:37 pm | Permalink

    Strange, I suppose, right enough. I’ve never been clear how you came to be in contact with her. I gathered the trip was to offer comradely solidarity to Israel Shamir for some reason I’ve forgotten. Were you having exchanges with her on some blog preceding this?

    ” but I remember she was very offended cos someone had told her I was trying to get into her pants so to speak…” I can concoct a few little scenarios around that. I’ll spare you them.

  3. lafayettesennacherib
    Posted May 11, 2016 at 4:12 am | Permalink

    L. Fascinating that. The Mathis thing. There sure is something about Irving that doesn’t compute. Does he really sell enough books to get rich? Who buys them? Who reads them?

  4. niqnaq
    Posted May 11, 2016 at 4:14 am | Permalink

    My recollection is that Irving has the support of a phalanx of dignified old gentlemen. Not old gents with money, just old gents. Nostalgia. Empire Loyalists. Not a menace.

  5. lafayettesennacherib
    Posted May 13, 2016 at 12:55 am | Permalink

    Are you ok?

  6. Posted May 13, 2016 at 1:17 am | Permalink

    I had supposed you were off on a lark, to Paris perhaps. I hope so. Now I wonder.

  7. niqnaq
    Posted May 13, 2016 at 8:32 am | Permalink

    “Negationisme” – La Vielle Taupe – Pierre Guillaume – his court hearing – OK?

  8. niqnaq
    Posted May 13, 2016 at 8:32 am | Permalink


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