It's now more apparent than ever that Jewish supremacism being is chastised, confronted, and called out for it's utterly false narrative. Those who debunk the 'holocaust' storyline should take pride in their efforts. Simply put, Revisionist efforts are working, the public is catching on. The impossible and laughably absurd 'holocaust' scam is falling apart faster than a cheap suit.
Clearly, the tide is turning.
Anti-Jewish Ire in France
By Ariadna Theokopoulos on January 28, 2014 in Activism, Dissidence, Europe, Ideology, Israel, Jewish Power
This past Sunday was a “day of ire” in France, when a mass demonstration against “the establishment” in general and the Prime Minister, François Hollande in particular, turned into an explicit anti-Jewish protest.
Gilad Atzmon, in his article below, makes the point that Jewish organizations in France and around the world failed to appreciate the depth of popular resentment against “Shoah indoctrination and belligerent lobby politics.” By the disproportionate, massive attack against Diodonée and any criticism of Israel and Jewish power, punishable as “hate speech” and “incitement to hate,” Jewish power in France and elsewhere (e.g., the UK, see the case of the football player Anelka) has only exacerbated the popular resentment, as seen in the chants of the demonstrators in the video below.
First the video (under which I have provided the translation of the chants) and then Atzmon’s article.
Day of Ire
[If YouTube video doesn't work go to above link.]
Translation of the French subtitles and chants:
[Revisionist, Dr. Robert] Faurisson is right: gas chambers are a lie (“du bidon” = slang equivalent of “bullshit”)
Jews, buzz off, France is not yours!
Jews, Jews, Jews, Jews
Jews, LICRA, we don’t want you! (LICRA = Jewish French organization similar to ADL)
Jews, out of France
Then, as mentioned above, we have Gilad Atzmon. It's not clear to me in this piece what Atzmon's definition of the 'holocaust' is, but it's abundantly clear that he finds Jewish supremacism's promotion of the lies to be obnoxious, tiresome, and he recognizes that so called "antisemitism" is a creation of mentally ill Jewish supremacists.
HOLOCAUST DAY – THE TIME IS RIPE FOR A JEWISH APOLOGY
by GILAD ATZMON
A mass protest in Paris on Sunday against French President François Hollande turned into an anti-Jewish demonstration and ended in clashes between police and protesters.
Seemingly, Jewish organisations around the world are scared by the recent developments in France. Once again, they clearly failed to appreciate the growing mass fatigue of Shoah indoctrination and belligerent lobby politics. However, I would contend that instead of whining about the “rise of anti-Semitism”, Jews better, once and for all, learn to ask why? Why the Jews again? Why are they hated? What is it in Jewish politics that evokes so much resentment? Why does it happen time after time?
It wasn’t easy for me to admit in my latest book that Jewish suffering is actually embedded in Jewish culture. In other words, Jews are actually destined to bring disasters on themselves. Jewish politics and culture, unfortunately, is obnoxious, abusive, as well as racist, and supremacist to the bone. Jewish culture is set to infuriate the Goyim just because Jews are defined by negation – that chilling sensation of being hated.
Interestingly enough, early Zionism, was a promise to change it all. Herzl, Nordau, Borochov and Weizmann believed that a “homecoming project” would transform the Diaspora Jews into ethical new Israelites. They were sure that a settlement project would make the Jew lovable and respected. But they were obviously wrong. Zionism was destined to crash. In spite of being driven by anti-Jewish sentiments, Zionism was quickly defeated by Jewishness (Jewish spirit, culture and ideology). It matured into a vile chauvinist amplification of every possible crude Jewish symptom it was initially supposed to eradicate.
Many Jews around the world are commemorating the Holocaust this week. But if I am correct, maybe the time is ripe for Jewish and Zionist organisations to draw the real and most important lesson from the Holocaust. Instead of constantly blaming the Goyim for inflicting pain on Jews, it is time for Jews to look in the mirror and try to identify what it is in Jews and their culture that evokes so much fury. It may even be possible that some Jews would take this opportunity to apologise to the Gentiles around them for evoking all this anger.
I would willingly take this opportunity and make an apology, but I have not been a Jew for a while now.