(Veterans Today) -- by Gilad Atzmon --
A few days ago I compared two critiques of my new book ‘The Wandering Who”. One was by rabid Zionist Mark Gardner and the other by American academic Kevin MacDonald. I called my piece ‘Supremacists on The Wandering Who’.
In my article I labeled Gardner as a ‘Jewish Supremacist’ and MacDonald as a ‘White Supremacist’. However, since the publication of my column it has been pointed out by a few readers that I may have been insufficiently careful in the way I attributed supremacism to Kevin MacDonald.
The definition of supremacism is actually pretty straightforward. It is the belief that a particular race, species, ethnic group, religion, gender, sexual orientation, belief system or culture is superior to others, and thus entitles those who identify with it to dominate, control or rule those who do not.
What is clear beyond any doubt is that such a definition fits Zionist ideology, discourse or practice like a glove. Zionism is driven by the belief that Jewish people are entitled to dominate, control and rule their supposed ‘promised land’ at the expense of its indigenous population i.e. the Palestinians. But is this only true of Zionism? Is not any Jewish ‘progressive’ discourse, driven by tribal and racial inclinations towards segregation and determined to enforce on others how their struggle must be conducted, is not this also fundamentally supremacist?
My point is actually very simple and, also it seems, devastating. I believe that every single Jewish political discourse is chauvinist to the bone and is either already supremacist or on the verge of becoming supremacist.
But what about Kevin MacDonald? Is he a White Supremacist? Well, now I‘m not so sure. He’s certainly concerned with his white heritage and, like many Jews, he is also concerned with his genetic pool. MacDonald’s world view is clearly shaped by biological determinism and this is something I am very uncomfortable with. Yet, does he insist upon privilege? Does he seek to ‘dominate’, ‘control’ or ‘rule’ other non-white people? I’m not so sure, but I’m certainly going to look into it and it may take some time. But I will come with an answer.
I also asked myself, why did I label MacDonald as a White Supremacist without really elaborating on the topic or explaining myself? My answer is slightly embarrassing. For quite a while, I’ve seen the ‘White Supremacist’ tag attached to MacDonald and to so many other people, and at some point I must have let my guard down and allowed this highly charged terminology to infiltrate my vocabulary. I didn’t even notice the glaring fact that those who have bombarded us with this inflammatory label are themselves the ultimate supremacists – ADL, Zionists and even some Jewish ‘anti’ Zionists.
It’s now clear to me why Jewish ethnic leaders toss around the ‘White Supremacist’ label. It is there to divert attention from the true depth of their own Jewish Supremacism, an ideological tendency deeply embedded in every form of Jewish identity politics. For every Jewish political collective is a ‘Jews only’ exclusive club concerned primarily with Jewish particular interests.
It is more than likely that what we have here is a clear case of projection.
Projection is basically a psychological defense mechanism whereby one ‘projects’ one’s own undesirable thoughts, motivations, desires, and feelings onto someone else. It seems likely that many amongst those who attribute supremacism to others are themselves supremacists. I will obviously have to look into my own psyche and find out why, on this occasion, I tossed around the supremacist tag. I guess that my escape from Jewishness is not yet complete and from time to time I follow my tribal instinct. In retrospect, this is, indeed, a matter for regret...MORE...LINK
Chris Moore comments:
It's no secret that organized Jewry hates Gentiles per its racist ethno-religious doctrine, and acts like it. This is the primary reason Jewry has been historically persecuted, despite its self-serving "victim" narratives that Jewry's own behavior has nothing to do with its persecution.
How many obnoxious, hateful individuals that go around spitting on and exploiting people and then consequently get regularly beat up can be described as "persecuted"?
Same story with organized Jewry.
True, there's a difference between individual Jews and organized Jewry, yet Zionists insist on conflating the two, and pretend to be unaware that Jewish doctrine is innately racist.
Most people have no problem with individual Jews who aren't part of the Zionist racket and its racist doctrine that comprises organized Jewry (which might be defined as either a loose or cohesive grouping of Jews working openly or in secret to advance, implement and impose their authority and/or Jewish supremacist agenda upon non-Jews, and/or steal from non-Jews by means of conspiracy, bullying, corruption, or outright theft).
Were the famous Protocols of the Elders of Zion that describe elements of the Judeofascist method and agenda written or inspired by Jewry, by renegade Jews, or merely by someone intimately familiar with Jewry's attitudes and modus-operandi as a means of "outing" the Judeofascist core for all the world to see?
Either way, we now know Hitler and Nazism mirrored the Protocols to some extent in their war against communism/Jewish Bolshevism, but it must be remembered that Jewry started the paradigm in the first place millenia ago, and has been practicing it ever since, with the Jewish Bolsheviks merely being a 20th century version of the ancient Jewish supremacist thesis to which the Nazis became the antithesis.
Live by the racist sword, die by the racist sword...that's the REAL story of organized Jewry, and always has been.
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