Thursday, 28 July 2011

Breivik's Final Solution.

Contradictions of anti-Semitism.

In the words of Anders Behring Breivik "Were the majority of the German and European Jews disloyal? Yes, at least the so called liberal Jews, similar to the liberal Jews today that opposes nationalism/Zionism and supports multiculturalism. Jews that support multiculturalism today are as much of athreat to Israel and Zionism (Israeli nationalism) as they are to us. So let us fight together with Israel, with our Zionist brothers against all anti-Zionists, against all culturalMarxists/multiculturalists. Conservative Jews were loyal to Europe and should have been rewarded. Instead, [Hitler] just targeted them all... He could have easily worked out an agreement with the UK and France to liberate the ancient Jewish Christian lands with the purpose of giving the Jews back their ancestral lands... The UK and France would perhaps even contribute to such a campaign in an effort to support European reconciliation. The deportation of the Jews from Germany wouldn't be popular but eventually, the Jewish people would regard Hitler as a hero because he returned the Holy Land to them."

In the prescient words of Theodor Herzl "The anti-Semites will become our most loyal friends; the anti-Semitic nations will become our allies." Here the anti-Semite goes to Israel, just as Nixon went to China! The point being that only Nixon could open up relations with China as he was one of the most strident anti-Communist, whereas a liberal would be labelled a doormat for Communism no matter what came out of the little tea party. However, the European anti-Semites have more in common with the left Democrats of the US who had to prove that they were not communist by becoming fervently anti-Communist. So we note that it was Harry S Truman who initiated what we now know as McCarthyism. Today we find that the forces of anti-Semitism are part of the base of support for Israel in Europe and America. Perhaps the ironic implication of this is that it would take a hardline conservative to ease the treatment of Palestinians along some pragmatic lines. The thoughts of Anders Behring Breivik are not surprising and represent a tendency that runs deep in Europe.

In the shameful history of European anti-Semitism it is the stateless Jew that is the source of so much aggravation and so the Jewish state is an obvious solution to the problem. When the Europeans settled in America this tendency was transmitted across the Atlantic. The issue in the Middle East is the Jewish state and in Arab anti-Semitism it is not the Jew as a stateless and nomadic entity which is seen as a threat. The Democrats ostracised the Left in order to prove themselves to be sufficiently anti-Communist and it would appear that political parties are similar to nation-states. A state has to exclude what it is not in order to define itself as its' opposite. The Jewish state is based on the exclusion of the Palestinians from basic aspects of society and life. To a lesser extent Arab Jews are also excluded. The only way for Israel to remain the Jewish state is to exclude the Arabs and the Muslims, but that has come at a cost of national security over the past 40 years. When a society defines itself through this process of exclusion then it can remain democratic insofar as the political system is predicated on this same process.

It is not a coincidence that The Daily Mail is now a supporter of Israel even though it is the same newspaper that supported Hitler in the 1930s and 40s. It should be noted that the Nazis initially sought the possibility of a Jewish state as a "solution" to the Jewish question and even contemplated founding a Jewish state in Palestine or Madagascar. This was before the virulent anti-Semites of the Third Reich came to another "solution" entirely. Throughout the 1930s The Daily Mail railed against Jewish immigration to Britain and in 1938 it published this "The way stateless Jews from Germany are pouring in from every port of this country is becoming an outrage. The number of aliens entering the country through the back door is a problem to which The Daily Mail has repeatedly pointed." It became clear that Hitler was grateful for this support and later said 'The attitude of The Daily Mail at the time of our reoccupation of the Rhineland was of very great assistance to us." So it should be no surprise that we find Nick Griffin is a supporter of Zionism.

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