Gilad Atzmon: The Man With The White Yarmulke


Three days ago Jerusalem urged its ‘Western allies’ to support Mubarak. Yesterday war criminal Tony Blair complied submissively suggesting that “Mubarak is immensely courageous and a force for good.”

The former British PM, who lied to us all, launched an illegal war based on a false dossier and made all of us complicit in the murder of 1.5 million Iraqis, praised the Egyptian president over his role in ‘peace negotiations’. Blair seems to follow the Israeli instructions and warns “against a rush to elections that could bring Muslim Brotherhood to power.”

Blair argued that the west was right to back Mubarak despite his authoritarian regime because he had maintained peace with Israel. In short, according to the former British PM,  ‘democratic enthusiasm’ is better pushed aside for the sake of the Jewish State’s interests. No wonder Lord Levy and the Labour Friends of Israel spent so many sheckels keeping Blair and Labour in power.

Speaking to Piers Morgan on CNN, Blair defended his backing for Mubarak. "I've worked with him on the Middle East peace process between the Israelis and the Palestinians …I have to say, he's been immensely courageous and a force for good."

One may have to agree with Blair that Mubarak’s treacherous actions against his people, the Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims could be interpreted as a ‘courageous act’. Similarly, some can also see Blair’s relentless, treacherous surrender to Zionist interests on the expense of humanity as courageous.  We can only hope that both leaders are brought to justice either by their people or by an international court. This would certainly appropriate their ‘courage’ within the right context. 

It seems as if Blair managed to succumb to Zio-Talmudic supremacy. “The region has unique problems that make political change different from the democratic revolutions in Eastern Europe,” he said.  “The principal issue was the presence of Islamist parties that will use democracy to gain power and then undermine the freedoms people seek.” For Blair, democracy and freedom are great except when applied to Muslims. I am left bewildered, what about the ‘freedom to be Muslim’? I am also perplexed by Blair’s fascination with democracy. As far as I can recall, it was American democracy that annihilated Dresden, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was Blair’s democratically elected government that launched the criminal war in Iraq.  It is also democratic Britain that fails to follow due process and lock Blair, his legal adviser and prime members of his cabinet behind bars.

Mr Blair, before you preach democracy to others, you should look in the mirror.