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For the same reasons that President Trump has been a significant political development.

These two post-political characters bring to the surface what has been suppressed for decades: we are subject to foreign occupation. We the people, are reduced to mere consumers and our so-called ‘elected politicians’ are a bunch of detached, compromised actors.

Trump was elected to make ‘America great again.’ Throughout his election campaign Trump was accused by Jewish media of spreading ‘dog whistling anti-Semitic tropes’ in order to appeal to White nationalists who indeed responded to their new master. They made Trump president only to discover that their beloved country isn’t that great and is not going to reinstate its greatness any time soon. However, Trump and his administration have been working relentlessly to make Israel great again.

Trump has succeeded in illuminating the hopeless state of the democratic adventure. Trump has exposed the vast depth of the political crisis that splits America apart; the battle between the ‘Identitarians’ and the rest. America’s battles could deteriorate into a civil war at any time. Trump is not the cause of this demographic, geographic, cultural and spiritual clash. He just galvanized the symptoms of that clash.

Similarly, Corbyn acts as a catalyst to awaken a new consciousness. Through Corbyn we learn to perceive how grim our situation is and how truly impotent the contemporary Left and the Labour party are. Corbyn’s struggles allow us to see that the Labour party is an occupied zone. Corbyn’s helplessness has revealed that the best radical candidate the British Left has produced in decades is, tragically, very weak and can’t hold his ground on any issue from Israel/Palestine to Brexit and beyond.

Since Corbyn was chosen to lead the Labour party this old political institution has revealed its true tyrannical nature, engaged in a constant purge of the best of its members. Any criticism of Israel or its intrusive Lobby leads to immediate suspension and even expulsion. Since Corbyn was elected to save us from the Tories, the Labour party has adopted an Orwellian Big Brother attitude. The party has been spying on its members and digs into their social media accounts, even evicting members for comments they made years before they joined the party.

Indeed, Corbyn has helped us see the dark machinations at the core of his party, and the way in which it is puppeteered by Tel Aviv and its local British stooges.

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Most devastating is that through Corbyn it has been revealed that the Left has most likely finished its historical political role. Corbyn promised to ‘care for the many not the few,’ a pledge that initially sounded promising but has been largely contradicted by the reality on the ground. The Labour party and its leader ignore the many as they follow the orders of the very few. The British working class aren’t impressed by the closest ally they have ever had at the helm of the Labour Party. It is through Corbyn and his to date colossal failure that we understand that a fresh form of opposition is crucial for our survival as ethical and dignified people.

(Republished from Gilad Atzmon by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. CamFree says:

    Ideologically, the root cause of the current crisis is a combination of two political extremes: a pathological form of right-wing capitalism in the economic sphere (corporate Fascism) and a toxic form of left-wing Communism in the socio-cultural sphere (cultural Marxism), and together they’re working together to enslave everyone.

    Given that this lethal mixture of Fascism (economically) and Communism (culturally) defines the coordinates of the existing order, then a post-political Left needs to transform the pathologies of both extremes, so that instead of everyone being a debt slave terrified of saying what they think, what we need is a new political vision that insists on both the distributive justice of a more socialist economy and the unregulated freedom of speech in an open marketplace of ideas.

    In the economic sphere, then, a post-political Left needs to once again represent the working classes and those left behind by global capitalism by breaking up the private central banks, exposing corporate corruption and eliminating tax loopholes for the oligarchs. And a new left-wing opposition also needs to engage in a new culture war and once again fight for individual freedom of speech by putting an end to the PC language police and the propaganda machine of the corporate media, while also fighting against the big government intrusion into our private lives of our rapidly emerging authoritarian surveillance state.

    Or simply put, the fundamental shift in political vision of a new Left is from a predatory capitalist economy in a fragmented Marxist culture, to a more egalitarian Marxist economy in a free and open capitalist culture…

  2. a fresh form of opposition is crucial for our survival as ethical and dignified people

    I couldn’t agree more but, over the decades, Labour and Conservative governments have perfected the art of strangling pro-British parties in early infancy and, although UKIP’s Gerard Batten is bravely telling a few home truths about Islam, I am not expecting him to expose ‘Tel Aviv and its local British stooges’ any time soon. Like all politicians, he is understandably terrified of Jewish power. Joseph Sobran said it best: ‘A hypocritical etiquette forces us to pretend that the Jews are powerless victims; and if you don’t respect their victimhood, they’ll destroy you.’

  3. alexander says:

    Bullshit !

    There is no “clash”…It is, by and large, a “construct” created by our “Neocon elites” . It is designed to divert and deflect from their immense fraud, horrific criminality ….and the catastrophic 22 trillion dollar debt their “lies” created.

    ” Identity politics”, like “Russia-gate”, is designed to deflect “the heat” away from the transgressions of our “elites”, who deserve, not only to to be in prison for the duration of their lives, but have ALL their assets “seized” ….to pay for the wars they lied us into.

    Wake up , Gilad…..Wake up !

  4. fenestol says:

    There is no chance of restoring Western civilization unless every square inch of Tel Aviv is obliterated.

    • Replies: @Anon
  5. A123 says:

    Throughout his election campaign Trump was accused by Jewish media of spreading ‘dog whistling anti-Semitic tropes’ in order to appeal to White nationalists who indeed responded to their new master.

    White nationalists are such a tiny group of voters, they are not worth whistling to. Plus, having Jewish family members is a direct strike out with this crowd. They would not acknowledge Trump as their master, and he doesn’t want anything to do with them either.

    Throughout the election campaign authoritarian left media outlets threw out all sorts of crazy things. Main street citizens left unemployed by Obama’s Great Recession wanted jobs that were being given to migrants, legal and illegal. These people were a threat to the globalist ‘open borders’ elites, so the authoritarian media tried to smear them as ‘White Nationalist’. Given the lack of credibility of those media sources, most of their histrionic exaggerations were not believed.

    The desparation of the authoritarian left is hardly surprising, as there was little positive to say about Hillary Clinton. She stored highly sensitive, top secret material on an insecure server in her bathroom. It is highly likely that multiple parties, including Russian hackers, obtained some or all of this material.

    Those who insist on trying to follow a ‘Jewish’ theme should delve into the actions of DNC Chair of Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her role in spiking the Bernie Sanders campaign.

    Corbyn’s helplessness has revealed that the best radical candidate the British Left has produced in decades is, tragically, very weak and can’t hold his ground on any issue from Israel/Palestine to Brexit and beyond.

    Indeed Corbyn is very much like another U.S. politician Ilhan Omar. Both say crazy things in front of the camera and leave their parties upset and disunified as they have to try to pick up the pieces. Despite the authoritarian left media’s attempt to cover up the fissure, the House resolution condemning all “hate” has fanned the flames between DNC factions rather than healing the wounds.

    If the U.S. left wants to come back, they need to find a way to reclaim “jobs” as their issue. Instead they are launching yet more investigations into Trump that strengthen and activate his base. Potential left and center voters that do not care about the minutiae about Russia.

  6. Anon[293] • Disclaimer says:
    @fenestol

    What’s the point of that when Jew-worshiping Christcucks have built a Jewish capital city on their own green and pleasant Land—and laud such cuckoldry as a national anthem?

    ♫ I will not cease from Mental Fight,
    Nor shall my Sword sleep in my hand:
    Till we have built Jerusalem,
    In England’s green & pleasant Land. ♪

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  7. @CamFree

    if you think “cultural marxism” as it has been in UK is “communism,” you know nothing about either. i didn’t read further.

    • Replies: @Anon
  8. Anon[310] • Disclaimer says:
    @leftfielder

    Not surprising seeing the No True Communist fallacy trotted out by a Left Fielder.

  9. Yes, it is very sad though entirely predictable (in hindsight, of course!) to see Corbyn overwhelmed by the might of Zionist Power.
    I have thought for a very long time, that probably, no would-be politician was allowed to get as far as being a parliamentary candidate, unless he had a skeleton in his cupboard. (I.e. was blackmailable.) For a while I wondered if perhaps Corbyn had somehow snuck in under the radar without such, but it no longer looks like that. Of course, I suppose he could be afraid of finding himself “Robin Cooked”.

  10. Sean says:

    The British working class

    That is Corbyn’s constituency, and doing anything for them is going to be very difficult. In all fairness I think those who voted for Corbyn have a right to expect that he puts them before expounding on people in foreign countries. The civil war in Labour is largely due to Corbyn thinking that because there are Jewish humanist intellectuals like Mr Atzmon, a white gentile politician like him can disprove of Israel and its ongoing treatment of the Palestinians without being called an anti Semite. Well the definition of antiSemitism by International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, long ago adopted by Labour and recently by the British government is pretty much what Jewish humanist intellectuals like Mr Atzmon are saying about Israel.

    https://www.holocaustremembrance.com/working-definition-antisemitism

    Denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination, e.g., by claiming that the existence of a State of Israel is a racist endeavor.

    Applying double standards by requiring of it a behavior not expected or demanded of any other democratic nation.

    Corbyn has been treated rather unfairly for his enlightened views on Israel but on the other hand he has got off quite lightly for his hob-nobbing with the Provisional IRA. Ireland was partitioned after a war, and so was Palestine. The Protestants of Northern Ireland had a rump semi state dependent on the rest of the UK in which a large and growing non Protestant minority were not well treated, Israel got less than the original Zionists had envisioned, and was a Jewish state. Yes the Palestinians were kicked off their land recently, but Corbyn’s sympathy for the Irish Republican cause seems a little less soundly based because the Protestants had been in Northern Ireland since before the Mayflower arrived off America.

    There are a lot of Irish origin Catholics in the British urban proletariat so maybe it was politically sound to sympathise with Republicans, but Palestinians–where is the mileage in that. Corbyn simply overstepped the mark. I think he got the brickbats for backing the Palestinians that were his just desserts for being friendly to Republicans (there are non violent Irish nationalist like the SDLP). When all is said and doe the British working class cannot be expected to approve their leaders burning through precious political capital for the cause of people in a Middle Eastern country, no matter how much the Israel-Jewish intelligentsia of Britain may wish to use the British Labour Party to do what the Israeli Labour Party could not. If Jewish people with want to influence Israeli to be more humanitarian about the Palestinians, then those Jews probabally would be better going to Israel or (no offence) going back there. It is the Jews of Israel that will decide what happens there. No one else.

  11. @Anon

    Context:
    You left out

    And did those feet in ancient time
    Walk upon England’s mountains green:
    And was the holy Lamb of God,
    On Englands pleasant pastures seen!

    And did the Countenance Divine,
    Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
    And was Jerusalem builded here,
    Among these dark Satanic Mills?

    Bring me my Bow of burning gold:
    Bring me my arrows of desire:
    Bring me my Spear: O clouds
    Bring me my Chariot of fire!

    The Jerusalem to be built was the one entered on Palm Sunday.

    • Replies: @Anon
  12. In the early 90s after John Major’s electoral victory, a British friend, who was liberal leaning, but not Labour, stated “unless the socialists win next time, we’re all doomed”. Labour dumped the ineffective Neil Kinnock and elected traditional Labour John Smith, who was no friend of Israel. Smith died mysteriously after 2 heart attacks, one of them in the ambulance en route to hospital. At the time, Labour was so far ahead in the polls, only the 2nd coming would have given the Conservatives a chance at winning.
    The “lucky” Tony Blair and his philo-Zionist, New Labour cabal, just happened to be waiting in the wings. I have long maintained that Smith was “heart-attacked” in order to complete the NWO takeover. Corbyn is no John Smith, but understands that he will meet the same fate if he continues to push back too much.

  13. @Sean

    Perhaps those who pay the subsidies might be allowed a say as well.

  14. Anon[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Oh good, “context” means you have to quote the whole damn Jewbible next time. Otherwise, “you left out” the rest of the Jewbible. Your rules, Christcuck. LOL

  15. @Sean

    Corbyn has been treated rather unfairly for his enlightened views on Israel but on the other hand he has got off quite lightly for his hob-nobbing with the Provisional IRA.

    It’s pretty obvious that the Jews have a much more powerful lobby in Britain than the Irish Unionists ever did. (I say that not being an especial fan of the Unionist cause; it just happens to be the truth.)

  16. anon[287] • Disclaimer says:

    U.S. Senator Graham says he will lobby Trump to recognise Golan as part of Israel.- Reuter (UK)

    How much has he been paid this morning ? This liberal conservative anti Democrat pro immigrant pro LGBT wears one consistent hat that sends messages for and from Israeli war room . Rest are baloney .

    What makes people anti semite? If you don’t vote for Graham’s resolution in Congress or join him in demanding Trump recognize Golan as Israel’s land.

    AIPAC has told Graham : you want to beat Trump ! . Go and recognize Golan as Israel territory . His recognition of Jerusalem will be forgotten by donors and by Evangelicals. You will be the new hero- new Cyrus .

  17. Art says:

    Ideologically, the root cause of the current crisis is a combination of two political extremes: a pathological form of right-wing capitalism in the economic sphere (corporate Fascism) and a toxic form of left-wing Communism in the socio-cultural sphere (cultural Marxism), and together they’re working together to enslave everyone.

    Sorry but that is BS. There is only one problem – Jews. Twenty First Century people want neither fascists or commies. They want middle of the road politics.

    The problem is no matter what political party you join – it is headed, controlled, and financed by Jews. No matter what party you dance with – your partner is always a Jew and he always leads.

    The ONLY solution is to throw the Jews out of the party!

    Jews and real democracy cannot co-exist.

    Do No Harm — Art

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