May 21

Gilad Atzmon: Jewish Clandestine Operation Exposed

Gilad Atzmon

Below you will find an embarrassing ‘call for action’ circulated (selectively) by Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi, a prominent UK Jewish ‘anti Zionist’ and one of the founders of ‘J- Big’, an exclusive Jewish cell, advocating the boycott of Israeli goods.

Wimborne-Idrissi’s intentions are ambitious: she wants to form an ‘Anti Atzmon party’ or, in her words- “We are organising a meeting to discuss this developing situation (Atzmon’s popularity), and to arrive we hope at an agreed strategy for countering it.” You may as well notice that this Judeo-centric sectarian attempt is taking place at a time Palestinians seem to be united.

Wimborne-Idrissi’s argument is staggering — on the one hand she is criticising me for suggesting that “Jewishness is a tendency towards segregation” – and yet, her call for action ends with the following sentence: “this invitation is not intended for wider circulation.” It is obviously clear that instead of a ‘wider and open Palestinian solidarity discourse’, the Jewish ethnic campaigner actually prefers to operate within small segregated cells as I suggested above.

Wimborne-Idrissi is devastated by the success of our May 3rd Panel Event, “Zionism, Jewishness and Israel”. While our panel discussion was a public event, open to all, Wimborne-Idrissi and her half a dozen Jewish ‘comrades’ seem to prefer to operate ‘underground’, in a clandestine mode.

It is obvious to all that their defeat is colossal. I wonder, why don’t they just admit it and move on?

Let’s face it. Wimborne-Idrissi is at least correct in some regards — I do indeed argue that:

1.     “Jewishness is a tendency towards segregation and a form of a supremacist ideology fuelled by choseness.”

2. “Jewish Marxism is a very strange form of national Socialism.”

3.   I do believe that Zionism is a continuation of Jewishness (a tendency towards segregation and a form of a supremacist ideology fuelled by choseness).

4. I forcefully argue that Zionism is not colonialism.

And yet, not one of the above statements are anti Semitic or racist — As you may note, there is not one single reference to Jews as a people, a race, as a group united ‘by blood lines’, or collection of genes. Instead, I criticise Jewish ideology. And In case Wimborne Idrissi is willfully missing something, criticising ideology is still actually considered to be a legitimate endeavour until further notice.


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