By Gilad Atzmon
Yesterday evening Zionist ‘Hope not Hate’ declared victory in their ‘battle against Atzmon’. “The Dean of Bradford calls for Atzmon's invite to be withdrawn” trumpeted Nick Lowles’ headline on their official blog.
Nick Lowles (only last week exposed here as an avid Zionist operator) declared that the “The Dean of Bradford has added his name to the growing chorus of outrage at the decision of Raise Your Banners to invite antisemite Gilad Atzmon to perform for them in Bradford on Friday”.
Lowles was lying. He made it up. When I read the Dean’s words, it was immediately clear that his ‘statement’ was, like other Nick Lowles’ productions - just a stitching together of carefully selected sentences.
Lawless Lowles had claimed that Dean David Ison categorically ruled against myself and the coming concert but (again!) he failed to produce any document to substantiate such a claim. Lowles probably believed that, faced with the usual pressures, David Ison would turn and run for cover. .
But Lowles was mistaken. David Ison is clearly made of stronger stuff because today, the Dean was in touch with both a member of his congregation and myself and confirmed that he has become “aware of the controversial nature, not only of Gilad Atzmon”, but also of the statements made about Atzmon. The Dean also confirmed that he had asked those who had contacted him to provide proper evidence of anti-Semitism on the part of Mr. Atzmon, but, as he says, he “received very little, some of which I could identify as being mis-reporting out of context of the kind to which you and Mr Atzmon have drawn attention.”
The Dean also stated that the statement which he did make had been ‘removed from its context’. He said
the statement was sent as a comment on Nick Lowles' blog of 19th November and that if his statement is properly read, “it is apparent that it raises concerns yet it makes no allegations about what Mr Atzmon has said; not does it call for the invitation to Mr Atzmon to be withdrawn.
The Dean also confirmed to us that the headline was not his and that Mr Lowles was using the statement for his own purposes.
At 14:00 today the Dean of Bradford sent an official statement that brings this sorry saga to a close. It seems that, yet again, the Zionist campaign has been shot down in flames.
But there’s always something to be learned from these things. What is clear is that Nick Lowles knows no limits. Last week he falsified my words and was exposed. This week he falsified the words of a Dean of the Anglican Church. What’s he going to do next? Is he going to forge an anti-Atzmon declaration by the His Holiness the Pope or perhaps he’ll just rewrite the Magna Carta. Is there no end to Zionist deceit?
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