THE DEMONISATION OF THE JEWS

Both images by Pete Pasho

Articles have appeared on this site exposing the demonisation of Islam and those behind it. We have always condemned this. At the same time, when we see articles on the Web doing exactly the same thing to Judaism, we feel compelled to condemn these as well.

Case in point are two recent articles posted by one Elias Akleh*, one appears HERE, the other HERE. Both of these were reposted widely on Pro Palestinian and anti zionist sites. Here are two questions that I seek answers to; are these Pro Palestinian viewpoints that will help the Cause? … Or are they anti Semitic viewpoints simply disguised as anti zionism?  THERE IS A DIFFERENCE.

My answer to the first question is a resounding NO! …. and YES to the second one.

The second article linked ends with; A blood thirsty genocidal destructive god such as this Judaic god cannot be the real God. He is a pagan god. Indeed he is really Lucifer himself in the soul.
Nowhere in Islamic texts is that view given… it is the personal view of the author.

I am in no way saying that there are not ‘leaders’ of the Jewish religious community that use the Talmud as a means to justify the destruction of the Palestinian people, as well as all those who are not Jewish. I have endlessly posted about those neanderthals and exposed their hatred. But, to make claims such as the above is no different, all it does is incite hatred towards the Jews themselves, most of whom do not follow those ‘leaders’ or believe in the garbage that spouts from their mouths.

It must also be remembered that there are a growing number of Jews getting involved in the Pro Palestinian Movement. Many of them are observant, why are they being demonised as well? Many of them are actively involved in fighting aginst Islamophobia as well. Do they deserve to be demonised?

Here is just one of them at a recent demo in New York…

Photo © by Bud Korotzer

Yes, Lucifer himself walks among us these days, but that is not to say that we are all walking with him. Islamophobia kills, so does anti Semitism…. THOSE are the true manifestations of Satan.

* Dr. Elias Akleh is an Arab writer of Palestinian descent born in the town of Beit Jala. His family was first evicted from Haifa after the “Nakba” of 1948, then from Beit Jala after the “Nakseh” of 1967. He lives now in the US, and publishes his articles on the web in both English and Arabic.

Keep in mind as well that Observant Jews believe the Torah was handed down to Moses on Mt.Sinai by God…. The Talmud was written by men… we all know what they are capable of. THIS explains what the Talmud is.

So once again…. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE between the Torah and the Talmud.

18 Comments

  1. Molly said,

    August 29, 2010 at 12:17

    As for the jewishness the tribal question and what judaism in reality is today, Gilad Atzmon & Schlomo Sand has done a great job:

    http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/shlomo-sands-the-invention-of-the-jewish-people-book-review.html

    It is really urgent to regain the interpretation of “anti-semitism” from the zionists. Who is a jew and what is “anti-semitism”?

    As for the biblical god, here´s from Serendipity:
    Zionists claim that Jews have the right to possess all land between the Nile and the Euphrates because (they say) this land was given to them by some entity they call “YHWH” as claimed in the Old Testament (Genesis 15:18). But this would not be the first time that documents written by humans were used to justify land grabs. (And this “YHWH” appears, from accounts in the Old Testament, to be a particularly repulsive entity, vain, jealous, given to fits of rage and directing his followers to massacre civilian populations — an entity who, if he existed, would be quite unworthy of the devotion of anyone with a sense of justice and morality.)

  2. August 29, 2010 at 16:14

    [...] Desert Peace, August 29, 2010 Both images by Pete Pasho, Articles have appeared on this site exposing the demonisation of Islam and those behind it. We have always condemned this. At the same time, when we see articles on the Web doing exactly the same thing to Judaism, we feel compelled to condemn these as well. Case in point are two recent articles posted by one Elias Akleh*, one appears HERE, the other HERE. Both of these were reposted widely on Pro Palestinian and anti zionist sites. Here are two questions that I seek answers to; are these Pro Palestinian viewpoints that will help the Cause? … Or are they anti Semitic viewpoints simply disguised as anti zionism?  THERE IS A DIFFERENCE. My answer to the first question is a resounding NO! …. and YES to the second one. The second article linked ends with; A blood thirsty genocidal destructive god such as this Judaic god cannot be the real God. He is a pagan god. Indeed he is really Lucifer himself in the soul. Nowhere in Islamic texts is that view given… it is the personal view of the author. [...]

  3. aletho said,

    August 29, 2010 at 18:32

    Sorry there Steve,

    “A blood thirsty genocidal destructive god”

    This is not anti-Semitism. Any person that has had the least exposure to the Old Testament knows this to be an obvious truth.

    It appears that the act of identifying the “religious” motivations behind Zionist aggression and hate is now a prod to those who hold the better parts of Judaism dear. They are forced to publicly distance themselves from Zionism in order to protect the reputation of their faith. That’s not harmful to anti-Zionism but rather the opposite.

    Part of the self-reflection that Jews must engage in is identifying the dogma that is used as a moral platform for the hideous evils being perpetrated by Israel. Much of that does in fact lie in the faith itself.

    Christianity and Islam are only slightly improved versions. In the eighth century it would have made sense to demand that Muslims engage in the very same self-reflection. Of late, most of the violence perpetrated in the name of Islam seems to be of the false flag or entrapment varieties.

  4. hp said,

    August 29, 2010 at 18:32

    Gilad Atzmon is not a Jew.
    He said so and that’s good enough for me.
    I believe he (and I) refer to himas a human being.
    Period.

  5. August 29, 2010 at 18:45

    As much as I respect the work of Dr Akleh, I must disagree with his assertions concerning the ‘difference’ between the Torah and Talmud. They differ from each other as much as the nuclear weapons of today ‘differ’ from those dropped on Japan generations ago–one is more deadly, but they basically operate under the same science.The Torah is the basis of the Talmud. It is a book of genocide, racial exclusivity and the celebrating of deception and theft over the ‘non-Chosen’. I am not saying Dr Akleh is deliberately misleading people–I used to hold opinions similar to his before I actually sat down and read the Old Testament and saw for myself what it teaches.

  6. paddy said,

    August 29, 2010 at 18:46

    I find it interesting that you mention neanderthals because if we believe the torah the universe is only a few thousand years old and there were no neanderthals. Both the jewish and the islamic religions are based on myth that has allowed a class of men to control others for many centuries.
    There is a common thread to all religion as I show at whatisknown.com and that is the contact between a man on earth and another man who is invisible to those on earth. This is explained in great detail in books by Arthur Findlay who has called it The Psychic Stream.
    When we all grow up to understand that fighting over religion is like children fighting to decide whether the Tooth Fairy is better that Santa Claus, our world will be a better place. There is a God but we have accepted the misinterpretation of God by men who have a vested interest in keeping us apart.

  7. Ladybat2 said,

    August 29, 2010 at 20:39

    Someday, God willing, the horrible reign of the zionists will end and our world will finally have peace. When that time finally comes, please please please let us once and for all as human beings, let us this one time finally learn from our mistakes! The Jewish people who kept themselves away from zionism, who did not take part in it nor supported it in any way, they cannot and should not be blamed for what the zionists have done. I don’t give a crap about old ancient “holy” books. As long as people who read those books do not, shall we say…..

    “TRY THIS AT HOME”. If you know what I mean. THESE BOOKS ARE ALL JUST STORIES! None of us have any proof what so ever other than our own personal faiths that the events told in these books REALLY DID HAPPEN EXACTLY AS THEY SAY. Think about it. Every one back in those days who wrote these books were all pissed off people who had been oppressed and lived through wars and were writing with their emotions more than with their brains! All that anger and fear and hate comes out in their writings! I can see that. Can’t you see it too? So why must we take every single letter they wrote down as the absolute truth? If we do then we will be forever and ever living our lives through their fears and anger from those times! THAT MEANS IT NEVER ENDS!

    We must not be silent when innocent Jews WHO HAVE NO CONNECTION TO ZIONISM are slandered and oppressed any more than we should be silent about Palestinian people being slandered and oppressed.

    BELIEVE ME its no easier for me in this than the rest of you. NO ONE IS MORE PISSED OFF AT THE ZIONAZIS MORE THAN I AM.

    If I can remember the difference between zionazis and real Jews the rest of the world should be able to as well.

    I don’t care what all of our so called “holy books” say or how crazy they sound. It does not matter as long as when we read them we do not…..

    TRY THIS AT HOME!

    My two cents…
    I’m just say’n

  8. desertpeace said,

    August 29, 2010 at 20:51

    Whether or not Atzmon is a Jew or not has no effect on the price of tea in China or ANYTHING else for that matter.

  9. Paul said,

    August 29, 2010 at 21:01

    The problem lies in the nature of the faith itself (all “Faiths”) in that if the ultimately foolish supernatural belief didn’t exist in the first place then there would be no extremist version to grow out from it. I’m yet to see a fundamentalist atheist.

  10. hp said,

    August 29, 2010 at 23:42

    The fact that Gilad Atzmon says he is not a Jew most certainly does affect how others interpret his opinions and actions, to whatever degree determined by each individual.

    In your rush to be pure, be careful not to trip over reality.

  11. Chris Jones said,

    August 29, 2010 at 23:45

    Great article; point well taken.
    Also enjoyed the comments by paddy and Ladybat2.

  12. ThePatriotMuckraker said,

    August 30, 2010 at 00:21

    Aletho is 110% correct, the rest are in denial. Judaism, and it militant “Zionistic” form, are inextricably linked. It is NOT the job of the goyim to do the intellectual work of separating the two, and thus appeasing, what was until recently, silent agreement of israshell’s actions by the “chosen people.” What is occurring now among the Jewish community is a natural reaction to a blatant cultural disease that is a part of Jewish culture that is stuck 2000 years in the past. Even Islam, the most recent, and most aggressively traditional of the Abrahamic faiths, manages to adapt to the times. Although they are all exclusionary forms of religion with conversion myths, Judaism is by far the most narcissistic. Therein lies the problem. The whole “anti-Semitism” claim is an afflicting wound on the mind & soul of the “goyim” to convince them that they are discriminating against Jews. The reality is it is the Jewish culture that “excludes” the non Jew, yet manages to blame the goyim for the exclusion. Once again, another Jewish cultural trait “guilt.” Guilt for everything. And the sad thing is that there are many “Jews” who are good people, despite their own cultural limitation imposed by them, like excessive guilt.

  13. pj said,

    August 30, 2010 at 03:11

    It’s helpful to view The Old Testament as two parallel writings, one which represented the Israelites, who had a vision of a loving and universal God, and represented a very old history, and the other writing as the insertion of the non-Israelitish Tribe of the Judahites to bolster their radical racist beliefs. The obvious and laughable inconsistencies in, for instance, the stories of Moses and Abraham substantiate this.
    The true Israelites disappeared long before the Judahites maimed their story-even God is quoted as differentiating between Judah and Israel. If “Israel” was named appropriately as Judea, the magic would evaporate quite quickly. The choice of name for the Zionist entity rivals Hitler’s choice of the swastika for his evil enterprise in sheer genius-the name Israel is one to conjure with for many Christians and Jews alike, but is, unfortunately, a complete misnomer for the state that currently exists there.
    As required, I now state that I am not anti-Jew any more than I am anti-Mongolian, or anti-Samoan, but I am far from convinced that Zionism is anything more than a large scale hussle of the United States, and the world in general. However, the Zionists are excellent at representing their cause in the cartoonish caricatures that inspire the support of the masses, eg, the “New Hitler”, etc. Frankly, I don’t think there’s any stopping them under the current system, and massive upheavals in the present state of affairs would most likely benefit Zionism, as did the French and Russian Revolutions. In short, in a secular way, I see an impending Armageddon as the only possible outcome. So why do I bother commenting and putting my opinions out there for the evil lurkers? Just to register in some small way that I loathe the genocidal beliefs that provide the intellectual thrust of Zionism, and have liberated myself from as many of the lies as I am able. “Israel” needs a new global war soon, or it will implode into it’s own hollow core. The history of the last 120 years in particular shows that what “Israel” needs, “Israel” gets from it’s network of collaboraters. The sane among us are merely trapped in the tide of history, and unless critical mass on this topic is achieved by American voters, I see no civilized resolution, and none very likely in any eventuality.

  14. Geltmeister said,

    August 30, 2010 at 07:17

    “Yes, Lucifer himself walks among us these days, but that is not to say that we are all walking with him.”

    I think that’s a bit harsh on the Quartet’s Middle East Peace Envoy, I’m sure he’s doing he’s level best.

  15. michael mazur said,

    August 30, 2010 at 13:22

    Zionism could not exist in a non Jewish world which is why, i proffer, Gilad Atzmon is no longer a Jew, for he can see, like pj here, that Zionism can only end with terminal, for both the Self Chosen and the human cattle, nuclear war, as laying the groundwork for that inevitability is being done all along in the name of the Jewish people.

    Why then do Jews, by being observant and by being disproportionately politically active in western countries – inviting reaction, give Zionism that indispensable oxygen of justification for even existing, let alone consciously behaving abominably in all their relations with non Jews ?

  16. The Answer said,

    August 30, 2010 at 16:16

    The Jewish-dominated media and Hollywood incites mass hatred of all arabs/muslims on a daily basis. Jewish extremists like Wolfowtiz, Perle, Feith, etc, duped thousands of non-Jewish Americans to go fight, die and kill for Israel and Jewish bankers in Iraq/Afghanistan. Jewish Mossad agents and Jewish neo-cons attacked the U.S. on 9/11 and then scapegoated Muslims so Goyim Americans could go kill off Israel’s enemies and secure resources for Rothschild. You’ll scarcely find a Jew who will admit any of this, so why should anyone care if people are demonizing Jews when Jews have a monolithic media empire that demonizes anyone who opposes this psychotic genocidal Zionist agenda? Don’t let your emotional bleeding-heart personality blind you from reality. They deserve no sympathy.

  17. kei&yuri said,

    August 30, 2010 at 23:02

    It is important to maintain our own moral correctness for our own purposes, but it would be a shame if you were offering protestations for the benefit of certain Jews, who are never impressed by anything any gentile does. There is a difference between Judaism and Zionism, but to progress from the most basic understanding is to see that there are many Judaisms (including, especially following the Holocaust, militantly moral yet perfectly atheist Jewish ethical systems) and it is actually dishonest to deny that certain Jewish proto-nationalisms not only directly inspire the very worst in all stages of Zionism, but that Zionism would hardly be possible without them. Right now the worst Israelis (and their most evil supporters abroad) are motivated primarily by a tribal misreading of religion. The fact that this religion has other adherents with different beliefs hardly matters.
    We have nothing to prove in the contest of antibigotry, especially if we our case is that openly bigoted people using religion as a excuse are by their own words bigots, and especially if the judges in the contest of antibigotry are the ADL. Some (most) Jews have used their partly mythical history as an excuse to become callous, conflating real atrocities like the Holocaust together with totally unsupportable stories of ancient conflicts, and then relying on the conflation to claim that they are always in any situation the most victimized victims, inherently, as though it were genetic. This becomes an excuse to show utter contempt for everyone else, who in this view after all is conveniently a hostile party.
    Let us be truly grateful for those surpassingly moral Jews who will not allow an ethnic connection or an outdated communitarian mindset to let them overlook evil, even when it is in their own house; let’s follow their example; but certainly we cannot forget or forgive that cynical Jews, advocating for Zionism, for Judaism separate from Zionism, and for themselves in personal crimes, have over-milked this stuff about anti-Jewish sentiment somehow being worse than any other kind of bigotry. It is not and it never was. Bigotry is wrong but getting wise to the cynical tricks of con men is not bigotry.

  18. D freeman said,

    August 31, 2010 at 14:38

    People are not born a religion but indoctrinated into it by others when born I have noticed how much of these religions are male run and they seem to have the most say about who is god and who is not to me I feel that religion is the glorification of MAN by MEN and that is the major trouble as all fight for the power and the glory in the name of God you will see few women who get a foot hold in but many men and as we are supposed to be born in the image of God well that is to far fetched we only have to look at what fights for the power of control of the masses to wonder how many gods are there and were they really come from, total narcissistic supply by narcissistic men. The world belongs to all not a few who say they know !!! question them how they know anything and why it has to be killing and war of men women and children on mass.


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