Repost from the old site. This video shows what I call the Jewish Nazis, these ones from Israel. This is basically a Commie antifa blog, and we hate Nazis and fascists both pretty much. I mean, every time they get into power, we are the first people who they come kill. Recall that the Jews were the fourth to be persecuted by the Nazis – first the Communists, then the socialists, then the trade unionists, and finally the Jews. So we hate Jewish Nazis, and really all Nazis for that matter.
This video is often hard to find, and it tends to keep disappearing from wherever it shows up on the web. My old copy went dead a while back. This one just went up on Youtube 5 days ago, and it will probably get pulled pretty soon. Youtube’s getting pretty PC-awful about pulling videos on the basis of “racism.” Super-Jews are going to complain that this video is racist against and I guess Youtube is going to pull it after that.
This fascinating video from the Tel Rumeida district in Hebron in the (West Bank) shows outrageously arrogant Orthodox Jewish Israeli settlers threatening Christian peacemakers – threatening to break their cameras, threatening them with death, and cursing Jesus.
The words are shocking: “We killed Jesus and we’re proud of it! We’ll kill you and the Palestinians both! This is our land – God gave it to us! Fuck you and your Jesus!”
As usual with ultranationalist Jews (and all ultranationalists of all groups), when they attack other races, they project their chauvinism and racism onto the victims of their own supremacism. In this case, note how the settler refers to the peacemakers over and over as “Nazis”. The only people that even remotely resemble Nazis in this video are the Jewish settlers.
Keep in mind that the settlers are amongst the most militant and crazy of the Jews living in the Territories (admittedly, a tough call). Many are associated with the illegal Kach movement associated with Meir Kahane. The Israeli government has designated parts of Eastern Hebron as part of settlement enclaves for radical Jews who have moved into the area.
There are three small Jewish settlements in Tel Rumeida, spaced apart. But these Jews are in the process of trying to force out the remaining Palestinians in the area. The Palestinians have become prisoners in their own districts to a greater degree than anywhere else in the West Bank. More on this in a future post.
Let us note that not all Jews act like these militant settlers. Probably many American Jews, and some Israeli Jews, might be outraged by this behavior. So it’s wrong to use the behavior of these settlers as a reason to hate Jewish people in general.
I found this video terrifying. This is the kind of crap that the Palestinians have to put up with every single day of their lives.
It’s perfectly legitimate for Palestinian freedom fighters to wage armed struggle against both the adult settlers who stole their land and the Israeli military that protects them. It’s just as legitimate as the armed resistance of Geronimo or Sitting Bull. If the settlers don’t like getting shot at, they can move back inside the Green Line.
Note that this radical Jew takes pride in killing Jesus. This is a longstanding theme of many Orthodox Jews. Those who are angry about the Deicide have a right to be upset at those particular Jews who openly take credit for it.
But at the same time, I agree it is wrong to blame, hate and attack Jewish people at large for killing Jesus, a Jewish rabbi, something that happened 2000 years ago, and for which both the Jewish leadership and the Roman occupiers were responsible.
But if Jews really want to significantly reduce the Deicide charge (echoing Gilad Atzmon), why don’t they apologize on behalf of their ancestors? After all, the Jews have demanded apologies of everyone else for their anti-Jewish behavior. If such a move stood a chance of significantly reducing anti-Semitism, wouldn’t it be a risk worth taking?
But that’s not the Jewish way – never has been. Along with “never forgive” and “never forget”, let us remember, is “never say you are sorry”. And so the sorry cycle continues.
As the brave Israeli humanist Israel Shahak noted in Jewish Religion, Jewish History, The Weight of 3000 Years (A great read!), the other side of the coin of anti-Semitism is Jewish chauvinism. Until and unless there is a diminishment of Jewish chauvinism, anti-Semitism is likely to be a serious continuing problem in our world.