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A few days ago I received this warning message from Twitter:

“Hi Gilad Atzmon,

Your account, @GiladAtzmon has been locked for violating the Twitter Rules. I was accused by this anti social network of “violating” their “rules against hateful conduct.”

The message took me by surprise as hatred is foreign to me. In fact, I dedicate a considerable amount of my energy to exposing the racism, racial supremacy and biological determinism that are found in many identitarian discourses.

Twitter wrote to me “You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.”

Here is my 5 year old tweet that prompted action by twitter:


_What can Jews do about #Antisemitism? Simple– look in the mirror– introspect. #Palestine #Zionism #Israel #BDS

It seems that Twitter considers it ‘hateful’ to ask people to “look in the mirror”, to “introspect,” to consider the ‘remote’ possibility that maybe some of the Jewish State’s policies and practices may reflect badly on the Jews as a whole. I would like Twitter to explain to us how calling on people to “introspect” “promotes violence” or “threaten[s] or harass[es] people on the basis of race?”

Twitter must have known that I didn’t commit any ‘hateful speech’ and offered me the chance to erase my 5 year old tweet that no one except my devoted Zionist stalkers would notice and who managed to pinpoint four other ‘hateful’ statements by me.

Apparently sarcasm isn’t well received by Twitter’s moderators. They demanded that I also delete this 4 year old tweet:


I suggest instead of referring to the Swastika we just call it ‘Star of Adolf,’ it sounds friendly and it puts David’s in context…”

I accept that some Jews are upset by my dark cynicism, but considering the disastrous crimes that are committed by the country that decorates its tanks and airplanes with Stars of David, this is another call for Jews to introspect, to look in the mirror, to self-reflect. It by no means “promotes violence”, “threatens”, or “harasses” anyone. If anything it replicates the early Zionist insight which I agree with, that before anything else, Jews must first find their way to become ‘people like all other people.’

Twitter also asked me to remove this exchange with an ardent Zionist:


@Saul_Freeman because the real holocaust is what you People do to Palestinians.”

I understand that I violated a tenet of the holocaust religion that no one is allowed to apply the H-word to any other people’s suffering. Certainly, no one is allowed to point at the slow genocide of the Palestinians.

I don’t intend to bore you with each statement Twitter finds hateful. It doesn’t take much to figure out that Twitter was subjected to a Zionist blitz aimed at silencing me. To some extent it was reassuring that my detractors couldn’t find a single remotely hateful statement in my entire Twitter oeuvre. And it was amusing to see how upset this caricature Zionist was to find out that my Twitter account was still active.

What is clear to a growing number of people, perhaps most Westerners, is that Twitter, like FB and Google are not what they initially promised to be. It took little time for these internet platforms to morph into authoritarian and draconian thought police. If there was an initial promise to emancipate us through the internet, it is gone, the internet giants have become the most rigid oppressive and totalitarian forces leading us into the next dark age.

The chutzpah, and I indeed deliberately use the Yiddish word in this context, exceeds former totalitarian oppressive measures. This time it is not our rulers, tyrants or monarchs who make us fearful of our own thoughts. It is not political parties who make us walk on our tiptoes. In 2020 Internet companies even suspend the activity of democratically elected leaders if they don’t fit with the Zuckerberg agenda or Twitter’s ‘progressive’ goals. In 2020 Zuckerberg and a few of Google’s directors decide what scientists are allowed to say about Covid 19. In August 2020 the internet giants claimed to know what eradicated Beirut before even the Pentagon or the Lebanese produced an explanation.

Once again I find myself reiterating that the Tyranny of Correctness is at the very heart of the Jerusalemite ethos. While Athens introduces us to philosophy, science, logos, beauty – Jerusalem, is considered the city of revelation, is all about obedience. In Jerusalem, we follow mitzvoth and commandments. In Jerusalem, ethics (the making of moral judgments) is replaced by rules that dictate an image of morality. Jerusalem decrees what we can say, Athens teaches us how to think for ourselves.

The USA was born as an Athenian realm. It was the Land of the Free, not because it has ever been free, but because it was inspired by the notion of freedom. Not much is left out of this aspiration. America, like Britain, France and other Western countries is now a Jerusalemite colony, its regime of correctness is defined by foreign sensitivities.

For the West to stop its rapid decline, it must – and right now, before it is too late, to reinstate its fidelity to the Athenian creed. If the West wants to survive, it must ensure that it isn’t a Zuckerberg, in whatever form, who defines the boundaries of the Covid-19 debate. It should not be Youtube that decides which doctors and scientists are kosher enough to deserve airtime.


For us to have a prospect of hope, Jerusalem must be reduced into its natural magnitude. The Zionists who are upset by such thoughts should bear in mind that Zionism succeeded in achieving its early objectives because its Zionist founders rejected Jerusalem. Their aim was to make Zion into an Athenian province. Their mission ultimately failed, but not before it inspired some Jews to believe in the possibility of a metamorphosis.

(Republished from Gilad Atzmon by permission of author or representative)
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Censorship, Facebook, Israel/Palestine, Twitter, Zionism 
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  1. sabretache says: • Website

    Unfortunate title.

    When I saw it I thought ‘Great, Soros has finally stirred some powerful enemies prepared to provide a serious counter to his OSF’. – Oops!

    Otherwise spot on as always for Gilad.

  2. Gilad, if you’d asked the Muslims or Christians to look in the mirror, you might have avoided this particular accusation of ‘hate speech’. But seriously, when I was at school they consistently told me to ignore stuff they regard as hate speech today. It seems we are going (quite deliberately) backward.

    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
    , @Anon
    , @Druid
  3. @duplicitousdemocracy

    We are not walking backward , we are falling down…

  4. A123 says:

    Congratulations. You now have something in common with Brietbart. (1)

    Something you said must have sounded anti-Biden or pro-Trump. After that, the axe was sure to fall.

    If you want to make sure that you stay unblocked — Heap praise on Twitter’s favoured deity, Joe Biden, in every post. More pro-Biden = More Twitter.

    PEACE 😇


  5. anon[393] • Disclaimer says:

    The darkness was a long time in planning
    then it covered us very quickly.

    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  6. @anon

    Totally … I ve been writing about it for 20 years …

  7. The message took me by surprise as hatred is foreign to me.

    Hatred is not yours to feel, Gilad!! 😉 – it is for the one listening or reading to conceive of your words as envivid of hatred, and for them to stain you with their endrenched emotion!

    It is the push for introspection that is now seen as racism, sexism, faith-ism.

    It is ironic too, because a large fraction of modern Western society pulls somehow towards Hindu/Taoist spiritual norms – outside of the ‘God’ word – which demand introspection as a primary step!

    My only response is that the Western individual does not dig deep, and only searches for truth at the skin level, leaving the majority of their time for materialistic craving, so when pushed, they only really react against those that limit their materialism.

  8. anon[333] • Disclaimer says:

    Certainly, no one is allowed to point at the slow genocide of the Palestinians.

    Why does it have to be “genocide”? That’s just hyperbole. If you wrote “ethnic cleansing” in the sense that Israel wants to make life miserable for Palestinians in the hope that many will leave, you might have a very defensible point. But writing “genocide” and making those stupid Holocaust comparisons just makes you look like a monomaniacal moron. And stop whining so much about your alleged “persecution”, this narcissism is repellent.

    • Troll: Escher, Gilad Atzmon
    • Replies: @Tsigantes
  9. From David L. Hudson of the American Bar Association:

    The First Amendment only limits governmental actors—federal, state, and local—but there are good reasons why this should be changed. Certain powerful private entities—particularly social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and others—can limit, control, and censor speech as much or more than governmental entities. A society that cares for the protection of free expression needs to recognize that the time has come to extend the reach of the First Amendment to cover these powerful, private entities that have ushered in a revolution in terms of communication capabilities.

    Hudson includes the following precedents for potential change:

    Already, some state high courts interpret free expression provisions in state constitutions to provide protection to individuals involving private actors. For example, a few states apply their free expression protections at privately owned shopping malls. The New Jersey Supreme Court has applied the free expression provision of its state constitution to allow individuals to challenge restrictive bylaw provisions of private homeowner associations. The state high court wrote: “In New Jersey, an individual’s affirmative right to speak freely is protected not only from abridgement by government, but also from unreasonably restrictive and oppressive conduct by private entities in certain situations.” (Mazdabrook Commons Homeowners Association v. Khan, 210 N.J. 482, 493 (2012).)

    It’s certainly possible to accomplish it. The effort needs a lot of support, though.

    • Agree: Digital Samizdat
  10. Saggy says: • Website

    If you had said anything faintly resembling the truth about the holohoax, or the Nazis, or the endless wars in the ME in support of Eretz Israel you would have been kicked off Twitter long before the purge started about a year ago. The fact that it’s only now that they’ve noticed your ‘look in the mirror’ tweets, which are grovelling and duplicitous, shows that you are one of them, pretending to be one of us.

    • LOL: 36 ulster
    • Troll: one_for_truth
  11. I’ve read their policy, and I can’t see how you even come close to violating it. Of course, they hold all the cards . . must lead to some pretty dull conversations though if your “star of Adolph” tweet qualifies as hate speech. Maybe that’s the idea?

    • Agree: Gilad Atzmon
  12. Exile says:

    Let Gilad’s experience be a lesson. Time spent counter-signaling identitarians and racists will not earn you mercy or favor. Focus on the common enemy and stay in your own lane.

  13. anon[333] • Disclaimer says:

    lol, Atzmon marking it as “troll” when one questions his hysterical use of the word “genocide”. Pathetic.

    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  14. Now, the story below is great news. NY is falling apart. It’s just desserts to all those globo-homo smug a-holes. Let the cities burn.

    Why do cops even bother? Why risk life and limb to protect the urban propertied classes from Antifa scumbags when it is the very elites who encourage Antifa and BLM violence? Cops should just retreat and let the radical thugs burn down the rich.

  15. Anon[173] • Disclaimer says:


    Why is so much concerns about hate speech ?

    I have seen recently an article about Jewish group asking for defunding of the Islamophobe groups .

    For last 30 or 40 years Hollywood , academy , print media , TV and certain religious groups have conducted worst Islamophibia in the US and Europe . The intensity went through the roof burning any concept of human dignity down in last 20 years – thanks to the neocons .

    Purpose is served .

    But Americans slowly woke up. Book like Apartheid and Israeli Lobby and American Foreign Policy started showing up despite effort to suppress theses books . Media started referring to Israeli influences as major factors which made the ME wars possible .
    More and more Americans got curious and soon disgusted and flabbergasted at what Israel had been doing .

    To prevent any mass collective awareness and possible demands for justice , now the Jewish group is trying to erase discussion on the roles they have played .
    How best to achieve it but to advocate for the victims of their own crimes and then use that newly created cultural environment to prevent any discussion about the neoconservative Likudnik , JInS,AIPAC PNAC and OSP.

  16. I was already feeling vaguely irritated with reality — and then this.

    Thanks a lot.

    …what are we going to do? At least the Nazis were right there. They didn’t hide anything. This is like being smothered in cotton wool.

  17. …’Star of Adolf’ is pretty good.

    Thanks for sharing that.

    • LOL: Gilad Atzmon
  18. @sabretache

    Soros didn’t write The Open Society And Its Enemies. That book, multi-volume, much bigger than the Soros book that plagiarized the first part of its title, was written by a Christian.

    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  19. @A123

    123 has become a notorious psychobbler spouting the party line for the Judeocracy, even so far as to denigrate noble Jews such as Gilad Atzmon, the introspective upholder of those original Zionist idealists who sought to transform the chosen ghetto-rats into Menschen.

    Transformation from egocentric exclusivism into universalist transcendentalist spiritually-infused seekers of wisdom, harmony and peace among humankind is a tall order. The composer of this blog is a paradigm, an exemplar, an avatar of liberated Judaism.

    • Agree: mark green
  20. @Ilya G Poimandres

    “Hatred is not yours to feel, Gilad!! 😉 – it is for the one listening or reading to conceive of your words as envivid of hatred, and for them to stain you with their endrenched emotion!”
    Absolutely correct.
    In a legal setting & as a matter of rule-of-thumb common sense, people (& Courts) would consciously or unconsciously ask “what would a reasonable person say, do, feel etc in the particular circumstances” ? A Court or reasonable person would also ask what was your intention ? What did you actually want to happen when someone read the tweet ?
    A reasonable person would not respond to Gilad’s request for introspection with the accusation that
    you are engaging in “Hate”. Nor could they reasonably believe that your intention was to express hatred or for readers to feel hatred in your request.
    The “reasonable person” is part of our Athenian inheritance. Without it we will be ruled by emotion — our only rational business will be to cloak expediency & convenience in superficial rational garb.

  21. @A123

    Oh, thank ye gods Unz is not Breitbart. That wonker is a sick little … I shall stop here.
    You insulted Unz, repent!

    • Replies: @A123
  22. I suggest instead of referring to the Swastika we just call it ‘Star of Adolf,’ it sounds friendly and it puts David’s in context…

    You godda luv dis guy!

  23. @Saggy

    I bet Atzmon has done a sh*t ton more to advance the cause of anti-Zionism that you have.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Saggy
  24. @Ilya G Poimandres

    I also think the right to hate and the right to verbally express hatred must be protected. That does NOT mean incitement to violence. But making an accusation of hate or hate speech a weapon, that totalitarianism must be laughed off.
    The actions of Israel, their cunning, skilful genocide, have taught me contempt for the Jews. Whether I hate them or simply denounce them — why does it matter?

  25. Renoman says:

    You’re right over the Target, keep up the good work!

  26. One has to ask – why has no administration, D or R, done anything about the social media companies? Why is Trump issuing executive orders concerning spending when Congress holds the purse strings, but hasn’t tried reforming these platforms via regulations when they are trying to choke off his campaign?

    Why is it that Internet companies have to be neutral in the content over their wires, but social media companies can police their content?

    This phenomenon of being discriminatory towards conservative ideas is years old and no one is attempting to make these platforms less so.

    Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of a day. But a series of oppressions, pursued unalterably through every change of ministers, too plainly proves a deliberate systematic plan of reducing us to slavery.
    Thomas Jefferson

    • Replies: @Fidelios Automata
  27. I think of western modern states as Hellenistic states which have willed mainland Greece into existence.

  28. @anon

    When is the last time you lived 70 years in an open air prison ?

    • Replies: @anon
  29. Dumbo says:

    Those companies shouldn’t even be policing, deciding and telling people what’s “hate speech”, “offensive” and what’s not. It’s not their business. Or shouldn’t be.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  30. A123 says:
    @paranoid goy

    I am attempting to commiserate with GA.

    While I rarely (ummm… never) agree with him… All those who wanting to speak freely have a common foe in the SJW Globalist DNC — Cancel Culture is bad for everyone.

    GA has transgressed against the foreign interventionism, Responsibility To Protect [R2P] mantra of the NeoConDemocrats as espoused by Samantha Bolton and John Power.

    Sorry… They sound identical… That should have read Samantha Power and John Bolton… Everyone does realize that Bolton’s book was an audition piece to be Biden’s Secretary of State…

    That is obvious ??
    … To everyone ????
    … … Isn’t it ??????

    Think about it

    *BIDEN-BOLTON 2020*

    Biden’s VP pick will be very unexpected and refreshingly honest about DNC foreign wars.

    PEACE 😇

    Cancel Culture in action — Spot the Twitter representative:

  31. @RoatanBill

    Yes, social media monopolies should be required to respect any (legal – meaning not promotion of violence, slanderous, doxxing or pornographic) opinion.

    • Agree: Mario Partisan
  32. anon[333] • Disclaimer says:
    @Gilad Atzmon

    Are you cognitively challenged? I didn’t write that Israel isn’t doing bad things, in fact I wrote explicitly that they want to make life miserable for Palestinians, so Palestinians will leave and Israel can go ahead with its annexations. This is undoubtedly bad enough, but it isn’t genocide, a term which should be reserved for acts of mass murder aiming to eradicate a group in its entirety or at least in very substantial parts. While it’s possible that Israel will eventually end up at trying to physically exterminate Palestinians, so far they haven’t done so. Using the “genocide” accusation therefore makes you look like a shallow thinker whose arguments can easily be ridiculed and dismissed, and who will never find an audience beyond the obsessive nutcases congregating at Unz review.

    • Replies: @Gilad Atzmon
  33. @anon

    I do understand that you really insist to police my language, but I am sorry to deliver the terrible news to you, what we see in Gaza is a slow genocide… whether you agree or not is really your business. I will ask you again, when is the last time you spent 7 decades in an open air prison ? I would also advise you that questions to do with my reputation shouldn’t concern you that much. I am doing just fine ..

    • Replies: @anon
  34. @Saggy

    . . you are one of them, pretending to be one of us.

    Is this some new kind of Hasbara tactic? If not, it should be.

  35. anon[333] • Disclaimer says:
    @Gilad Atzmon

    I am doing just fine ..

    lol, sure, must be why you have to publish your stuff on a marginal site like Unz review which publishes all manner of insane articles.

    what we see in Gaza is a slow genocide

    I just checked, and apparently Gaza has a population growth rate of almost 3%, among the highest in the world. I doubt one could have said the same about Armenian communities during WW1 or about the Warsaw ghetto. If the Israelis have a deliberate plan to physically exterminate the inhabitants of Gaza, they’re doing a bad job of it.
    Now that doesn’t mean Israel’s policy isn’t deserving of serious criticism, the economic blockade is callous enough and undoubtedly creating serious hardship for Gazans. But calling it genocide is obvious hyperbole, and that’s why you’ll be stuck among the loonies at Unz review.

  36. @Dumbo

    ‘Those companies shouldn’t even be policing, deciding and telling people what’s “hate speech”, “offensive” and what’s not. It’s not their business. Or shouldn’t be.’

    The irony of it is that they don’t even want to. They’re bullied into it; just a little while back Facebook was being harangued for not doing enough to block ‘hate speech.’

  37. Franz says:

    lol, sure, must be why you have to publish your stuff on a marginal site like Unz review which publishes all manner of insane articles.

    So you waste your days and time scouring “marginal sites” for things to get ticked about?

    Agreeing with him would be less shameful.

    • Agree: Derer
  38. anon in #34 is a typical Izzie animal. Extermination is exactly what the Jew State is doing to Palestinians. Extermination is a process of depriving a people of its means of life, and you see Jew State troops and militia doing that every day: restricting food and water, destroying medical facilities and livelihoods. The holocaust is nothing but Zionist psychosis projected outward onto helpless victims.

    At this point the minimal necessary and proportional response to this historic crime would be to nuke Tel Aviv. Israel’s civilian/military command structure has made savages of its Jewish population. The state of Israel is beyond reconstruction.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  39. @a nonZionazi

    ‘…and you see Jew State troops and militia doing that every day: restricting food and water, destroying medical facilities and livelihoods. The holocaust is nothing but Zionist psychosis projected outward onto helpless victims…’

    Not really…and objectively, that’s one of the exasperating aspects of it.

    The Jews aren’t even effective oppressors: they torment, abuse, murder — but never on such a scale as to utterly intimidate.

    These aren’t Mongols; they’re Italians, inciting the Libyans and Ethiopians to endless revolt.

    The Jews can’t even crush their victims. They have to endlessly pretend that they’re nice, ‘one of us,’ etc. If they could at least frankly let their inner Nazi out, their problems would be solved.

    …but they can’t. So this goes on, and on, and on. It is objectively, evil.

    There are only two ways out. One is for the Jews to successfully execute the Holocaust where the original Nazis failed. The other is for we here in America to man up and pull the plug.

  40. Polemos says:

    Why is ‘ethnic cleansing’ less hyperbolic, less looney?

  41. @anon

    ‘I just checked, and apparently Gaza has a population growth rate of almost 3%, among the highest in the world. I doubt one could have said the same about Armenian communities during WW1 or about the Warsaw ghetto…”

    Technically, I imagine the Warsaw Ghetto’s population did rise from 1939 to some point in 1942.

    And before you sneer, I’ll point out we all know perfectly well what all good Zionists yearn to do to the Palestinians.

  42. Petermx says:

    Even former Jews are forbidden to discuss Jews if the discussion is not flattering to them. Benjamin Freedman experienced the same thing. When he made a famous speech many years ago on the Jews role in pushing the USA into WW I and getting a promise from Great Britain in return to work for the creation of Israel and spoke of other things he said the defeated Germans at Versailles resented, he was attacked too and the record still has not been straightened out.

    And it’s no excuse if you are criticizing hatred Jews are espousing towards others. If they want to destroy a country and kill fifteen million people or destroy an entire continent and kill 50 or 60 million people and you oppose that, according to them you are the bigot. When the world renowned aviator Charles Lindbergh argued publicly for peace, saying the US should not enter WW II and another war in Europe would destroy Europe and its peoples (he was obviously right) and that the British, the FDR administration and Jews were pushing the US into WW II, Jews attacked and destroyed Lindbergh as an “anti-Semite”. They had no problem with FDR and the British being accused of the same thing. They supported them. They just don’t want to be seen as having a role in starting a war that killed over sixty million people, while they also want to be where all such major decisions are made so they can have things their way. They want to have their cake and eat it too.

    Numerous major figures on both sides of WW II said the Jews played a major role in starting WW II and Chaim Weizmann, the leader of British and World Zionism’s letters to Winston Churchill are publicly available, if you know where to look for them. In those letters Weizmann pleads for support from Churchill and tells him such support will benefit Britain greatly. He says every Jew in the US, from the lowly tradesman to the most powerful banker is totally behind the US attacking Germany (entering WW II) and that no other group in the US is so unified and strong in this desire. Weizmann writes to Churchill that Jews pushed the US into WW I and they can do it again if he does what they want. Other powerful people said similar things at the time. This and the fact that Jews did many things openly against Germany at the time demonstrated their hatred towards the Germans and their desire for war. But the truth is irrelevant to them. Lindbergh’s truthful statements were dangerous to Jews and he had to destroyed.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  43. @Gilad Atzmon

    Gilad, look at Karl Popper’s autobiography, Unended Quest, Chapter 21, The Approaching War; The Jewish Problem.

    My parents were both born in the Jewish faith, but were baptized into the Protestant (Lutheran) Church before any of their children arrived.

    He goes on to explain why, and describe the fury of the Jews at those conversions. His father was denounced as a coward, simply for demonstrating his bravery.

    A good example of the fact that Judaism is a totalitarian cage, from which only the brave can escape.

    • Replies: @ivan
  44. Druid says:

    Yup, we were taught sticks and stones………..!

  45. Derer says:

    Not important, but could you share that elusive source on Gaza 3% growth? Does it include birth minus mortality only or includes immigration? The source would clarify for me the reliability of that holocaust stricken strip real growth.

    BTW only dimwitted person would daily gravitate to Unz review, desperate for attention, while feeling ashamed for being “loony at Unz review”.

  46. karel says:

    Gilad, I suspect that twitter and other platforms are steering their c0urse towards a paid or prepaid service. There are several platforms that started free of charge and gradually shifted towards upgrades for anything less than the basics. As income from advertising is diminishing they may not have much choice. So ultimately, there will be charges for say ten hate tweets or at the same rate for five tweets with racist or antisemitic content. hence, only the rich will be able to tweet ad libitum. Perhaps Chinese or Russians will offer an alternative but we will have to wait.

    Soros claims to be a big fan of Popper but I fail to understand what he means by that.

  47. Saggy says: • Website
    @Digital Samizdat

    A Jew who lies about the holohoax is part of the problem. Quoting Atzmon from a previous column, ‘The Last Zionist’ …

    In his conclusive work on the Holocaust, Jewish historian David Cesarani delved …

    As Jewish history in general and the holocaust in particular prove, it may be the most dangerous path Jews can take., ….

    It is reasonable to assume that many Jews do not know or understand their own history and instead concentrate, if at all, on Jewish suffering (the holocaust, the inquisition, …

    Atzmon played the holohoax card 3 times in one article.

  48. Biff says:

    The swastika is interesting. Here in Thailand I see it all the time formed on the sides of Buddhist temples as a symbol of well being. It’s a thousand years old or more. The Nazis used it, but it was the Jews who really hijacked it. Sad.

  49. 36 ulster says:

    The Gaza Strip’s reputation precedes it. The Indian Army Captain and explorer Sir Richard Francis Burton referred to it as a hellhole–that was in the late 1800s. V.S. Naipaul reported in one of his nonfiction works that a certain “community” in Port-of Spain, Trinidad was known as “The Gaza Strip.” That book was published in the early Sixties. The Israelis may be ruthless and cruel toward those condemned to live there (they are indeed making a hash of “genocide”), but the Egyptians seem to regard them as pariahs, too. And as for Hamas, winners of the dubious honor of Gaza after expelling Fatah…well, at there’s an oceanfront.

  50. Dube says:

    One might consider that it was not so much Twitter on the hunt against Atzmon as it was Gary Spedding’s repeated complaint that made the company nervous. If so, why should a powerful corporation fear such a grievance from this individual?

  51. @anon

    I just checked, and apparently Gaza has a population growth rate of almost 3%, among the highest in the world

    So, what, your argument is that the Israelis are not killing them fast enough? Allow me to retort . .

  52. It’s time to get off this ‘hate’ thing. The ‘anti-hate’ movement is actually a political scam. The ‘stop hate’ crowd are themselves consumed with hatred. Here in the US, they utterly hate Trump and those who voted for him. What they secretly hope to do is criminalize dissent. The ADL crowd are masters of this ruse.

    Leftists use ‘anti-hate’ as a weapon to defame and delegitimize their political adversaries. This libel permits the next step: wholesale deplatforming. Their ultimate goal is censorship, defamation, and exile.

    Meanwhile, the thuggish Left gets to hate the Right with all their hearts while appearing virtuous. Is this fair? Of course not. It’s entirely dishonest. But with the help of the (((MSM))), ‘stopping hate’ is achieving its underhanded goals.

    So let’s get real. Hate can be a very useful, motivating, and appropriate emotion. It is also 100% rational and justified in countless circumstances.

    Don’t you hate injustice? Unjustified violence? Malevolent dishonesty? Abject greed?

    I do.

    It’s time to bring ‘hate’ back to its rightful place: front and center. Many people and actions deserve to be despised. This is why murderers and child molesters are often shot, beaten, or hanged. Their conduct is untenable and deplorable.

    Abhorrent crimes arouse appropriate disgust. This emotional reaction is morally-centered hatred. It is a human virtue.

    Celebrate ‘hate’ when it’s justified to feel abhorrence and loathing for criminals/groups who prey upon the weak, defame the voiceless, manipulate the gullible, and exploit their power to do harm.

    I hate these scumbags. Don’t you?

    • Agree: Ann Nonny Mouse, Vojkan
  53. Art says:

    Their aim was to make Zion into an Athenian province.

    Once again, unequivocally, without question, definitely “you cannot make a silk purse out of a sows ear.”

  54. @Petermx

    ‘Lindbergh’s truthful statements were dangerous to Jews and he had to destroyed.’

    What’s interesting about Lindbergh is that he remained quite a hero up until some point after the mid-sixties. For example, there was a hagiographic movie made about him around 1957.

  55. Art says:

    Here is an old interview, that portents today’s Jew controlled one party media. It is scary.

    Aldous Huxley interviewed by Mike Wallace : 1958 (Full) (Author of “Brave New World”)

    p.s. The Jew Mike Wallace is the father of Fox’s Chris Wallace.

  56. artichoke says:

    Instead of “Palestinians”, a word with no history that most of them cannot even pronounce, why not call them by their more historical name “Philistines”.

    Gilad Atzmon, why do you make a career of keeping Philistines on the small area that is the Land of Israel? Pick an area 10 times greater in some big country and go have fun.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  57. Sounds like you are a bigger whiner than the Jews who you claim whine about your venom. Everyone that knows you knows that you’re a wannabe white supremacist (with Semitic blood) that’s trying to pretend to care about Palestinians to poke Jews in the eye. I look forward to your next article on when Twitter kicks you off (as they have done to your beloved David Duke, VDARE, Molyneaux, etc. and the rest of the rag tag gang of Nazis, klanners and other white supremacist detritus you associate with). I’ll even pop a champagne bottle in honour!

    • Troll: Art
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @Tsigantes
  58. ivan says:
    @Ann Nonny Mouse

    Thanks… I could not use the buttons as I had not posted anything before this today.

  59. christine says:

    only twits n twats n bratz use twittego facegobook instaego anyway…

    try some zen mind dissolving and melt into the nothingness of all that there is outside of this dream world ‘factuality’ where there simply is no place at all for all the insane ego/mind social media shite of today, that so very many human minds are imprisoned by, which to my eye look like they are all worshipping the preying mantis god with their not so smart phones held out in front of them as they walk…

  60. Vojkan says:

    A quick search for the “caricature Zionist” yielded among other results this:

    Reminded me that when I got a temporary ban from Twitter, it was also following the complaint of some LGBT moron. My “hate speech” was about big pharma and mandatory vaccinations. Instead of deleting the incriminated tweet, I cancelled my account.

    The LGBT crowd are the most fervent avatars of this new upside-down puritanism. Everything is offensive to the poor little things, with Mother Nature being the biggest offender of all.

  61. @Pseudonymous11

    ‘… Everyone that knows you knows that you’re a wannabe white supremacist (with Semitic blood) that’s trying to pretend to care about Palestinians to poke Jews in the eye…’

    Ya think? I always kind of figured Gilad wasn’t really with us on the white supremacism thing, but if you say so…

    • Replies: @Pseudonymous1
  62. Tsigantes says:

    nope…Genocide it is, as defined by the jewish inventor of the word and adopted by the UN. What’s good for the Goose [“Israel”] is good for the Gander [Palestine].

  63. Tsigantes says:

    the latest insular, suburban American insult …..applied to a Eurasian – LOL!

  64. Tsigantes says:

    Thanks Gilad, as ever fighting the good fight for civilisation as it is universally understood….against its mortal enemies indeed! Don’t worry, they won’t succeed because they can’t succeed….their moves are antithetical to the human spirit.

  65. I understand that I violated a tenet of the holocaust religion that no one is allowed to apply the H-word to any other people’s suffering.

    Fifty years ago, holocaust was normally used to describe mass killing not by National Socialists or some proto-Likud, but by a certain Democratic administration in the US.

    The H-word, of course, was prefixed with the N-word.

  66. @Colin Wright

    Well he’s always repeating your talking points. Smells and walks like a duck so you know…

  67. A123 says:

    Trump should use Eminent Domain to Nationalize Twitter

    Babylon Bee is obviously a humor site, yet the Twitter axe fell on them.

    What is next? Are they going to go after other humor sites? (1)

    Robot teachers to make sure kids are protected & assimilated

    New York, New York — After a prolonged coronavirus shutdown, New York public school educators are eager to catch up with the missed months of teaching and reciting the Communist Manifesto. To boost this noble effort, Mayor De Blasio has lengthened the school day and eliminated the weekends, since no one is supposed to go to church on Sundays anyway.

    Humor is part of being human. Why do the Democrats hate this essential piece of humanity?

    PEACE 😇


  68. I gave up on social media years ago. Today’s situation is sort of the opposite of Orwell’s memory hole. Rather than destroying the past, they keep everything on file for an indefinite time and for when the need strikes them they look for anything that is actionable to censor people in the present.

    Oh yes, as much as we may yearn for the United States of many decades ago, it hardly was a free-speech paradise. If you doubt this please resview some American history of what happened to civilians during the Civil War World War 1 and World War 2. People went to prison merely for holding Politically Incorrect views.

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