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Sunday, November 26, 2006

There he goes again

Oliver Kamm has word on some of the latest rantings of moonbat Gilad Atzmon.

Hat Tip: Colin

It's been a little while since I wrote about the jazz musician and racist crank Gilad Atzmon, the man who believes the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion accurately depicts the state of modern America. In his latest venture in political commentary he complains: "As soon as anyone identifies the symptoms of Zionism with some fundamental or essential Jewish precepts a smear campaign is launched against that person."

Let me give you the background to this comment. Recall that, for Atzmon, the state of Israel is worse than Nazi Germany, whose war crimes have been much exaggerated. The Nazis for example, never practised "total erasure of populated areas" - such as the Warsaw Ghetto, presumably. (If you imagine I'm misrepresenting Atzmon or quoting him out of context, you should read my post here, and then follow the link that it includes to Atzmon's considered views on the characteristics of Israeli relative to Nazi Germany.) The Jewish state is, in Atzmon's view, "nothing but evilness for the sake of evilness. It is wickedness with no comparison."

Atzmon is now correcting his audience for possibly supposing that "wickedness with no comparison" might not be a "fundamental or essential Jewish precept". Anyone who links evilness for the sake of evilness with the Jews is, poor dear, subjected to a smear campaign - perhaps even accused of being an antisemite.

Read it all.


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