On Why a Structured Study of Nazism is Important!

The example of Zionism is important because part of its structure is a denial of what it is. The public face of Zionism is that it is the ideology of Jews ‘standing-up for themselves’ – but since when has White people acting like genocidal, racist thugs been part of genuine Jewish (community) self-defence? The answer is ‘never’ because Jews have been the historical victims of such race-hatred. Zionism is ‘Hitlerism’ hiding in plain sight and this is why this example is important.

The Issue of Zionism and Israel

Zionism, on the other hand, should not be confused with Jewish theology. Zionism is not Jewish theology, but Zionism is Eurocentric nationalist racism that assumes a ‘racial’ superiority for predominantly ‘White’ Jewish people of European descent. This has led to government policy in Israel openly discriminating against Jewish people of non-European descent (as can be seen with the treatment of the Ethiopian Jews), which has led to a racial hierarchy of ‘Jewishness’ in Israel premised upon ‘worth’ denoted entirely by skin-colour.

Free Palestine – London – 10.7.15

This terrorism – which saw occupying British soldiers murdered by Jewish insurgents, is premised upon ‘Zionism’ or rightwing Jewish racism. Like any racism, it demeans and dehumanises those it deems ‘inferior’ beings – and for the modern State of Israel – the victims are the Palestinians who due to British imperialism, have lost their ancient country to Jewish nationalism and colonisation.

The Faults of Baroness Warsi

It would appear that Baroness Warsi has no problem ignoring the suffering of multicultural Britain. This expert manipulator of the media whilst she was in a position of governmental power, never once questioned the morality, logic, or ideological validity of current Tory policy toward the ordinary and often vulnerable people of the UK. Workers toiling for an ever decreasing wage, disabled people dying of starvation because many have not understood the benefit cuts enacted against them, and workers and unemployed queuing together at poorly supplied food-banks in the hope that they can make ends meet for another day.

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