10 October 2011

Leaflet Atzmon, the Who that wandered too far

Gilad Atzmon’s book ‘The Wandering Who?’ may not match the sales of Mein Kampf, but it is without doubt a poisonous anti-Semitic tome. Atzmon’s politics also represent a threat to Palestine solidarity as they turn the focus away from Israeli settler-colonialism and its US backers onto Jews as individuals
The above words have been written by one of Atzmon's fellow travelers, a founder member of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Tony Greenstein.


Greenstein wants the J-Big (Jews for Boycotting Israeli Goods) to leaflet Atzmon's book launch this evening. Which proves that even asajews have standards. Who knew?

Being branded by Greenstein as "anti-semitic" is weird enough. I guess Greenstein's world consists of bad Israeli/pro-Israel jews, good anti-Israel jews, and Atzmon.

The catch, as shown by the above quote, is that Atzmon's ideas are against the sacred socialist anti-imperialist pro-palestinian ideology that demands to destroy Israel and if possible the US first, then deal with brain-washing individuals into an obedient flock. Atzmon is a dissenter, he must be punished. The call to leaflet the book launch is not a call against anti-semitism, but the punishment for a traitor.


Dick Stanley said...

"To leaflet the book launch" means what? To scatter leaflets on the sidewalk? Or is that Brit for a demo (with signs)?

Pisa said...

It means to hand out leaflets, probably to people who come to buy the book. I wonder what kind of people would buy such a book, if Atzmon's own anti-zionist bedfellows won't. On second thought, I don't wanna know...

jams o donnell said...

When a nutter calls a nutter an nutter then the nutter who is caled a nutter by a nutter must really be a nutter!

Pisa said...

The whole affair in a nutshell ;)