“If you want to identify the real rulers of any society, simply ask this question: Who is it that I cannot criticize?”
-Kevin Alfred Strom
You aren't allowed to question or scrutinize Jewish political or economic power, or Jewish control and ownership of the mass media and entertainment industry. You aren't supposed to analyze the extremely well-organized and financed network of pro-Jewish, pro-Israeli lobby groups operating in this country, which basically control the United States government. You can bash Christians and Muslims, but certainly not Jews. You can demonize any country in the world, except for Israel, the (fraudulent) "homeland" of the Jews.
Why is that? It's a question I've often wondered about, even before I woke up to 9/11 and began blogging. Well, the tide is turning, and more and more people around the world are beginning to question and scrutinize "the Jews" these days, even Jews (or former Jews) themselves. It's about time.
The blogger xymphora has written one of the best blog posts I have read anywhere in quite some time relating to all of this. The post, titled 2012 or 1984? discusses the hysterical reaction Gilad Atzmon, a former Israeli Jewish writer and musician, has received in the Jewish and non-Jewish community alike as a result of his exploration of Jewish identity politics, and expands on the subject of Jewish power and manipulation.
If you follow his website, you'll soon discover Atzmon has been attacked relentlessly by Jews and non-Jews alike for exploring the subject of Jewish identity politics - an extremely important topic for those of us interested in how this world really operates. Of course he's been smeared with the typical anti-Semitic and racist accusations, none of which have hindered Atzmon's ability to expose the Jewish mindset and tribal identity. In fact, these attacks often give Atzmon more material to write about, further exposing various aspects of Jewish identity politics and their impact on our world.
xymphora makes a number of profound observations about all of this, which I'd like to highlight here:
As I keep saying around here, the one thing we seem to have trouble with is understanding power. The Jews have amassed so much power that they even control how we think about them (and certainly how we talk or write about them, of which the constant slagging is just a small part). [...]
How did the Jews amass so much power they even control the way we think about their power and how they use it? That's the interesting question. It is an amazing accomplishment, so amazing one would think it would be the subject of much intellectual debate. It is one of the most interesting questions of our time, with massive implications in terms of general political control. Of course, we're not allowed to ask it, or even think about it. [...]
Theoretically, what if a group of people who think of themselves as distinguished from the larger group of human beings acted in concert, often covertly, to accomplish group supremacist goals, all of which are completely evil? What if they were able to use their power, and their covert exercise of power, to control even the way we think about them? What would we, could we, should we, do to stop them?International Jewry is the one group, the only group really, we should be talking about. And yet, we're so conditioned into thinking that any discussion of this group is "hateful", "racist", "anti-Semitic", ect. We really need to get over this silliness. After all, the whole "anti-Semite" canard is one of the oldest tricks in the Jewish playbook, meant to demonize and render illegitimate the person being attacked - regardless of what they have to say.
International Jewry, which literally controls the United States and much of the Western world, not to mention the state of Israel, is on the verge of destroying the planet, and we're still too afraid to talk about it. This is the one group we need to be talking about, criticizing, scrutinizing, and organizing AGAINST. 9/11, the Global War on Terror, the criminal usurious banking system, the control of our media, government, and entertainment industry - all roads lead to the same group. We can no longer afford to let them control the conversation, and hinder us from discussing their criminality by labeling us "anti-Semites" or "racists".