Sunday, December 03, 2023

“One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail”: The nastiness of Judeofascism is on full display

Fingernails and Fascism: The Nastiness and Noxiousness of Jewish Ethnocentrism

...Whatever else you say about him, you have to admit that Goldstein had the courage of his fascist convictions. Like the Pakistani Muslim Mumtaz Qadri, who murdered a blasphemous politician and then calmly accepted trial and execution, he was a martyr with a machine-gun. And “fascist” is the right word for Goldstein’s ideas. He had been active in the Kach party, a genuinely fascist Jewish movement founded by Rabbi Meir Kahane, whom he’d known as a boy growing up in New York. Kahane and Goldstein were both Brooklyn boys, but although they were born in America, they didn’t enter “the melting-pot” so cynically and successfully proclaimed by their fellow Zionist Israel Zangwill. Instead, like Zangwill himself, they were intensely ethnocentric Jews. As adults they emigrated to Israel and campaigned for a truly Zionist state free of all Arabs, all Muslims, and all Christians. Goldstein’s massacre was intended to advance that glorious vision.

Lots of other Jews supported his mass murder of Arabs. Goldstein’s grave, which bears the inscription “He gave his life for the people of Israel, its Torah and land,” became a shrine for Judeo-fascists. Samuel Hacohen, a teacher in Jerusalem, said that “Baruch Goldstein was the greatest Jew alive, not in one way but in every way. … There are no innocent Arabs here, and thank God that one Jewish hero reminded us that it had become almost legal to kill Jews in the street. He is the only one who could do it, the only one who was 100 percent perfect. He was not crazy. … Killing isn’t nice, but sometimes it is very necessary.”...

But as I noted at the beginning, that quote is far less notorious than it should be. It appears in the Wikipedia article devoted to Goldstein, but if you look at the Talk page for the article you’ll see that some Jewish editors tried hard to censor it from the article. Part of Jewish ethnocentrism involves concealing the extent and the intensity of Jewish ethnocentrism. And its nastiness. What Rabbi Perrin said in 1994 was a good example of that nastiness and so is what Stuart Seldowitz said in 2023. Seldowitz, who was director of the highly important National Security Council under Barack Obama, has been recorded harassing an Egyptian-Arab street-vendor in New York. Fingernails also appear in Seldowitz’s ethnocentric nastiness. He smirks and sneers as he tells the vendor: The Mukhbarat [secret police] in Egypt will get your parents. Does your father like his fingernails? They’ll take them out one by one. (See video at Twitter)

He then asks the vendor “Do you rape your daughter like Muhammad?” and tells him that some people “use the Quran as a toilet.” Seldowitz has a highly unpleasant face to go with his highly unpleasant mind. And minds like his — Jewish minds — have been in charge of American foreign policy for decades. The vendor repeatedly asks him to go, but he replies: “Why should I go? I’m an American. It’s a free country. Not like Egypt.” But his claim to be American is contradicted by something else he says: “If we killed 4,000 Palestinian children, it wasn’t enough.” Who is “we”? It’s Israel that is bombing the Gaza Strip and killing Palestinian children, not America...

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