On Israeli Genocidal Inclinations and The Jewish Problem

BR_jewish_problem.jpg (1023192 bytes)A brief interview with FILELEFHTERROS, Cyprus

* Do you have any comments on the bloodshed in the Gaza Strip?

Gilad Atzmon: It is agonizing to watch the brutality of the Israelis, but it was predictable. Israeli genocidal inclinations are entirely consistent with Jewish supremacist culture and Old Testament barbarism. The fact that 91% of the Israeli population supports the IDF massacre confirms that we are confronting a murderous collective that is a grave threat to world peace. 


* What is Israel trying to achieve in the region? Is it possible it is acting to insure its control of energy resources that may exist off the Gaza Strip?

Gilad Atzmon: It is possible that the massacre in Gaza has been lightly influenced by geopolitical considerations. However, the Israeli lust for violence and its broad support from Jewish institutions around the world suggests that the motivation to kill and destroy other people is embedded in Zionist culture. Its homicidal impulses may relate to the manner in which modern Jews interpret their sense of ‘choseness.’


* You have often expressed your support of Islamic organizations such as Hezbollah and Hamas that have resorted to violence as a means of achieving their objectives. Do you believe that resorting to violence is an acceptable way to achieve political results?

Gilad Atzmon: I don’t agree with your assessment of Hamas and Hezbollah. They are resistance organizations that oppose an illegal occupation force motivated by Jewish racism. I have a simple question - If the Jewish inmates in Auschwitz had possessed the capacity to hit Berlin with rockets and then did so, would you regard them as terrorists who resorted to violence? Gaza is an open air prison; it is an Israeli concentration camp and home to 1.8 million Palestinians, many of whom are refugees from Historic Palestine, a land plundered by the newly born Jewish State in 1948.


* Do you think that there are prospects for a viable solution to the Palestinian problem?

Gilad Atzmon: There is no Palestinian problem there is a Jewish problem. The problem is attached to the Jews, it is as old as the Jews and it occurs wherever Jews decide to dwell or operate politically and collectively. The symptoms are always analogous; violence with no limit, abuse and oppression. Essentially, the 20th century was a century of Nakbas: the Holodomor, the genocidal starvation of millions of Ukrainians in the name of ‘collectivization,’ the Yiddish Speaking International Brigade (1936) that burned Catholic Spain in the name of the ‘revolution,’ and the violent expulsion of the vast majority of Palestinians in the name of the Jewish ‘homecoming.’

I think the world has had enough. What we need now is a potent Goyim Defense League, an institution that would neutralize this danger operating in our midst.