Jul 27, 2011

Fwd: [shamireaders] Neocon, not nationalist-2


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From: israel shamir <>
Date: July 27, 2011 4:12:09 AM EDT
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Subject: [shamireaders] Neocon, not nationalist-2


Gilad Atzmon traces the ideology of the killer, while Robert Edwards, an important figure within European and British right, rejects the view of Martin Webster:

From Robert Edwards:
Martin Webster's attempts to distance 'nationalism' from Breivik is disingenuous for several reasons. First, is his interpretation of what he regards as the correct definition of 'nationalism' in the context of race-awareness in Britain. This definition is now very dated, being the 'Race and Nation' doctrine from his early National Front days in the 1970s.
Today, 'nationalism' is one of those terms that can mean whatever you want it to mean (with apologies to Lewis Carroll). There are now so many interpretations ... civic, cultural, etc. As I have said elsewhere, it is really a mask for Islamophobia. All of the various brands of 'nationalism' incorporate Islamophobia in their agendas. It is their only real policy in some cases. So that when others speak of being 'nationalist', they are really talking of their Islamophobia. In that sense, 'nationalism is merely a mask for Islamophobia.
Webster thinks that nationalism must have a racist dimension, whereas the kind of 'nationalism' being promoted by the British National Party and the English Defence League denies being race conscious ... substituting it with hatred for a religion, Islam. 
In that sense, Breivik is a 'nationalist', albeit of a brand that uses Islamophobia as his core principle. He has more in common with British 'nationalists' than Webster credits him. They are all Islamophobes together.
Robert Edwards

Glenn Beck compares Norway victims to Hitler Youth

Rightwing US broadcaster hits new low, compares of political activities on island of Utoya with Nazi party camp

WASHINGTON –  Rightwing US broadcaster Glenn Beck has come under proverbial fire again, this time for comparing the Labor party camp on the Norwegian island of Utoya, where dozens of youths were gunned down Friday, to Hitler's infamous Hitler Youth.

Yitzhak Benhorin

"There was a shooting at a political camp, which sounds a little like, you know, the Hitler youth. I mean, who does a camp for kids that's all about politics? Disturbing," Beck stated in his radio show Monday.

Gilad Atzmon on the NeoCon connection:

Thanks to respected anti-Zionist Jeff Blankfort (who provided me with a crucial link) I have now learned that, just one day before last Friday's Massacre in Norway, former Trotsky-ite turned neo-con David Horowitz carried an article by Joseph Klein in his Front Page magazine, entitled "The Quislings of Norway," which might as well have provided mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik with all the motivation he needed to commit his crime.
 You are advised to read the article in full here
Here are some of the 'pearls' produced by the pro-war Jewish rightwing magazine, just a few hours before Behring Breivik picked up his guns and launched into his lethal journey:
"The infamous Norwegian Vidkun Quisling, who assisted Nazi Germany as it conquered his own country, must be applauding in his grave…In the latest example of Norwegian collaboration with the enemies of the Jews, Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere declared during a press conference this week, alongside Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, that "Norway believes it is perfectly legitimate for the Palestinian president to turn to the United Nations" to seek recognition of an independent Palestinian state."
"During the Nazi occupation of Norway, nearly all Jews were either deported to death camps or fled to Sweden and beyond. Today, Norway is effectively under the occupation of anti-Semitic leftists and radical Muslims, and appears willing to help enable the destruction of the Jewish state of Israel."
"Norway's Labor Party lawmaker Anders Mathisen has gone even further and publicly denied the Holocaust. He said that Jews "exaggerated their stories" and "there is no evidence the gas chambers and or mass graves existed." While the Norwegian political establishment and opinion-maker elite may not have reached that point of lunacy just yet, they do tend to treat Muslims as the victims of Israeli oppression – as if today's Muslims are filling the shoes of the Jewish victims of the Holocaust and today's Nazis are the Israelis."
"Socialist leader Kristin Halvorsen has been leading the boycott Israel campaign. While serving as Norway's finance minister, she was amongst the demonstrators at an anti-Israel protest, in which a poster read (translated): "The greatest axis of evil: USA and Israel." Among the slogans repeatedly shouted at the demonstration was (as translated) "Death to the Jews!"
"Last year, the Norwegian government decided to divest from two Israeli entities working in the West Bank. Norway's sovereign wealth fund divested from the Israeli company Elbit, because it has worked on the Israeli security fence that keeps out Palestinian suicide bombers. Israel has also been blocked from bidding for Norwegian defense contracts."
"Part of the motivation for this anti-Semitism is the influx into Norway in recent decades of masses of Muslims from Pakistan, Iraq, Somalia and elsewhere. Multiculturalism has taught Norway's cultural elite to take an uncritical, even obsequious, posture toward every aspect of Muslim culture and belief. When Muslim leaders rant against Israel and the Jews, the reflexive response of the multiculturalist elite is to join them in their rantings. This is called solidarity."
The truth of the matter is surely clear by now : it is Jewish right wing pro-war platforms such as FrontPage Magazine, Daniel Pipes, Harry's Place and others  following their example, that consciously, openly , deviously and divisively cultivate a prevalent culture of hate and Islamophobia.
Was Behring Breivik a follower of FrontPage Magazine or the equally inciting and hateful Harry's Place?  We cannot know for sure yet -- but hopefully we will find out soon.
However, the message should be urgent and clear to all of us: police, intelligence and home security services around the world must surely investigate, and clampdown on these hate inspiring outlets, immediately. Their motivations, aims and activities must be brought under scrutiny and questioned. For the sake of peace and our general safety, law makers in Europe and America had better quickly put into place the necessary measures to restrain the activity of these Zionist warmongers in our midst.

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