Israeli holidays used as intense mind control program for kids – Uri Avnery

Do state-sponsored holidays form the holographic seed for state-sponsored terror in Israel and possibly America?

by Uri Avnery,    with Gush Shalom, Tel Aviv

Uri is 93 now, and has been on the front line of Israeli politics for a long time

[ Editor’s note: Uri has a wonderful piece for us today, a big peek behind the curtain into how the Zionist regime has used its huge number of holidays to forge a common Jewish supremacy and victimology mindset, in an attempt to bind its disparate factions together, some of whom hate each other. The same could be said for the increasing number of holidays in the United States.

The goal of this indoctrination, which Uri openly admits begins in early childhood, is to downplay inter-Jewish rivalries by imprinting the children to hate non-Jews, or Goyim, more. I am not exaggerating this.

Think about how horrified you were over the videos of ISIS training kids to hate “non-believers”. Your hard core Talmudists don’t even consider non-Jews to be people, but in between animals and people. It’s right there in the Talmud in black and white. That is why there was no religious penalty for killing a non-Jew, because “it” was not a real person, not a “chosen one”. You just can’t make this stuff up.

ISIS is universally denounced for it religious extermism, whereas extremist Jews get a free pass for doing generally the same thing. You would never see a Uri article like this in US mainstream print news, or heaven forbid, on a show like 60-Minutes. The Jewish Jihadi career bombers would be quickly activated as a public punishment.

Despite the political differences we have with Uri over Zionism, we love being able to publish material like this that is literally censored out of MSM coverage. I have never been attacked by the Jewish community, because I consistently use Jewish sources to make my points. They don’t want to give me more publicity by drawing more attention. In my several years of public TV work in Atlanta, I had only one written complaint, and that was when I had anti-Zionist Rabbi Weiss of Neturi Karta on as a guest.

Rabbi Weiss just drives the Zionists crazy.

In person I have had a few pot-shots taken at me, your usual set-up lines like, “what is your problem with Jews”, or “why are you so anti-Jewish”?

I, of course, always deny that I am, and then hit them with the mother of all bombs by telling them that “I am simply against Jewish supremacism, as I am against all the other kinds”. The look on their faces is beyond description.

To date, my track record is running at 100%, that they became momentarily speechless. Not another word was said, and after a stunned few moments they just walked away, never to converse with me again, which I found to not necessarily be a bad thing.

I share this with you as a example that you have to use reverse psychology in these delicate situations, and think outside the box. You have to plant a seed of doubt in their minds, that maybe they are the ones in the wrong, and the evidence is in plain site if you will just face up to it. And that’s what we do here at VTJim W. Dean ]

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Neturei Karta anti-Zionist ultra-Orthodox Jews – are despised by the Israelis, ADL and AIPAC

First published  … May 6, 2017

One, Two, Three – Rejoice!

I remember the first few Independence Days, just after the foundation of the State of Israel. There was spontaneous jubilation, we were all out in the streets, the celebration was real.

That was long ago. This years Independence Day, last Tuesday, was not a very happy affair. The holiday was subdued, even sad. Old-timers felt that “this is not our state anymore”, that “they” have stolen Israel”. “They” – the rightists.

One of the reasons may be that there is no real unity any more. Israeli society has fallen apart into a number of sub-societies, which have less and less in common.

There are the Ashkenazim (of European descent), the Mizrahim (Easterners, from Arab countries and Iran, often erroneously called Sephardim), the “Russians” (from the former Soviet Union, who live a separate life of their own), the Haredim (God-fearing, ultra Orthodox, non-Zionists), the National-Religious (religious Zionists (including the settlers in the occupied territories and fascist elements), and, of course, the Palestinian-Arab minority, who constitute more than 20% of the population, and who exist outside of almost everything.

Lately, some of the Mizrahim have developed an almost pathological hatred of the Ashkenazim, feeling despised and discriminated. So all the routine Independence Day ceremonies were observed as scheduled, without much enthusiasm and without anything new. The fireworks, the Air Force fly-by, the Bible quiz, the official torches lit by outstanding citizens, including a leader of the settlers who excels in driving Arabs out of Jerusalem.

The Chairman of the Knesset said in his speech that “Not all the Leftists are traitors.” Interesting. How many are?
Most of the ceremonies were just occasions to show the King, Binyamin Netanyahu, again and again on TV. His queen, Sarah’le, also got the measure of exposure she demands. Woe to the TV editor who does not give Sarah’le her due!

What is her merit? Well, she married Netanyahu when she was an airline stewardess and he was just a young diplomat, twice divorced. I don’t like officially-decreed holidays and official days of mourning.

When the Nazis came to power in Germany, I was 9 years old. I had the impression that almost every second day had become a national holiday, commemorating a German victory in a forgotten war or some Nazi event.

On such occasions, all the boys (there were no girls) in my highschool were assembled in the Aula (Latin for hall), listened to patriotic speeches, raised their right arm and sang the two anthems – the national and the Nazi one.

This particular occasion was the 17th century Battle of Belgrade, in which the Austrian Prince Eugene beat the Turks. I was the youngest pupil in the lowest class, and the only Jew in school. I stood at attention like everybody, but did not raise my arm and did not sing the Nazi song. My heart was pounding. My class teacher, a Catholic priest, protected me. A few weeks later, we were on our way to Palestine.

Since that day, I don’t like officially ordered celebrations. IN ISRAEL we are blessed, perhaps more than any nation in the world, with official days of joy and mourning, some national and some religious, with no clear difference between them.

By my count there are 15 in the Jewish-Israeli year, but I may have omitted one or two. They are:

  1. New Year: a religious holiday. It arose long ago in an agricultural society. In Palestine, autumn is the time of re-awakening of nature, like spring in Europe.
  2. Yom Kippur: the holiest day of Judaism, when God finally decides on your fate for the next year.
  3. Succot: the feast of the huts, commemorating the 40 years of wandering in the desert after the escape from Egypt. In the desert, there were no houses.
  4. Shmini Atseret: the eighth day of Succot, when God gave us the Ten Commandments.
  5. Hanukkah: the feast of the lights, commemorating – what? For nationalists, the victory of the Maccabees over the “Greeks” (actually Syrians). For the religious, it is all about a miracle, when God made a lamp burn for eight days in the Temple on enough oil for one day. Now, Jews light candles over eight days.
  6. 15t of the month Shvat – “the birthday of the trees”, honoring all the plants in our country.
  7. Purim – a jolly day, like carnivals elsewhere, when the anti-Semite Haman in Persia was about to kill all the Jews, but Queen Esther, a Jewish girl who succeeding in marrying the drunken King Ahasuerus, convinced him to change the decree and allow the Jews to kill all their enemies, especially Haman and his sons.
  8. Passover: the feast commemorating the Exodus from Egypt, when Jews are forbidden to eat real bread and commanded to eat matzot, a kind of unleavened bread.
  9. Second Passover: the last day of the feast. The days in between are half-holidays.
  10. Holocaust Day: day of mourning for the millions of Jews killed by the Nazis by gassing, shooting, starvation and disease. Practically every Ashkenazi Jew had relatives among those who perished. Since only very few Mizrahim were among the victims, this gives rise to a lot of jealousy.
  11. Remembrance Day: in commemoration of the fallen in the wars of modern Israel. They amount to about 23 thousand, but this year the public was astonished to learn that this number also includes all soldiers who died in road accidents or from disease.
  12. Independence Day: starts immediately after Remembrance Day.
  13. Lag B’Omer: an ancient agricultural festival, announcing summer, but linked in Jewish mythology to several different historic events, such as the last rebellion against Rome, which put an end to Jewish statehood in Palestine. Children light bonfires all over the country.
  14. Shvuot: the feast of harvest, also the feast of the Torah.
  15. 9th of the Month Av: The day on which the Temple in Jerusalem was twice destroyed, first by the Babylonians and, centuries later, by the Romans. A day of mourning.

On most of these days, everything in Israel is closed. Some observe even more days commemorating calamities of the past.

What is the reason for this proliferation of joy and mourning?

For many centuries, Jews were an ethno-religious community, without a territorial homeland. They were not an exception. In Byzantine and Ottoman times, communities were organized that way. A Jewish girl in Antioch (today’s Syria) could marry a Jewish boy in Alexandria (Egypt), but not the Catholic boy next door. Communities were largely autonomous, ruled by religious functionaries.

Such communities disappeared long ago. People adopted new forms of human organization. But the Jews clung to their ancestral habits. All these ceremonies and holy days were necessary to hold them together. Jews in Riga read the Passover Haggada in exactly the same way and at the same time as Jews in Cape Town.

Some 250 years ago, human communities became nations. As these nations became the norm, Jews were becoming more and more “abnormal” and hated. The founders of Zionism decided that Jews, too, must become a nation.

How to turn a religious community into a modern nation? All the important rabbis of the day cursed Zionism and its founder, the Viennese journalist and playwright Theodor Herzl. In order to overcome this resistance and lure the Jews to Palestine, Herzl and his disciples adopted the religious holy days and poured into them a new nationalist content.

These, then, are the Jewish-Israeli holidays: a mish-mash of ancient religion and modern nationalism, many of them including both. At the beginning of modern Zionism, such a proliferation of holy days may have been necessary to hold the new society together. But now? What’s so bad about that?

The bad thing is that these holy days create an endless continuity of indoctrination, of brain-washing. Every child absorbs the national story almost from birth. The parents see to that. In kindergarten, these ideas are deeply implanted in their minds, in school the indoctrination is deepened from feast to feast and from year to year. The end result is a community totally absorbed with itself, half-religious and half-ultra-nationalist, cut off from all other nations, lacking universal values.

Expressions like “all the world is against us” or “they all want to destroy us” or “all the Goyim are the same” are heard quite often. The great majority of Israelis of all hues believe in them deep in their hearts.

Perhaps it is true that there exists no really secular Jewish Israeli. Take a secular specimen, dig into his consciousness and you will find the traces of all these holy days. Very few escape.

Perhaps the most characteristic is the transition we experienced last Monday evening. Memorial Day for the fallen soldier turned into Independence Day, with nothing between them.

Extreme joy after extreme mourning, almost merging. A masterpiece of emotional manipulation. If we want to turn Israel into a normal nation, all this profusion of holy days must be reduced to a normal few.

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  1. David Odell  May 8, 2017 at 8:14 am

    Exceptionalism or pronouncements of special proximity to God is a psychosis that is motivated by either a lack of confidence or deployed as a way to evade an uncomfortable truth. Holidays and special times of the year serve as a bonding agent for the community and complete the oneness between the people and the natural cycles of the cosmos. When these are absconded for national or religious purposes, it is a crime against nature and disrupts the natural flow of the observance of time. The first step in religious takeover of a culture is to eradicate their knowledge of time and hijack the holidays to ensure conversion.

  2. RichardD  May 7, 2017 at 8:08 pm

    I agree completely with Mr. Dean that the problem is Jewish supremacy and the crimes committed in it’s name. I completed 13 years of catechism study K through 12, and am a borderline stigmatic.

    There are things in Christianity that are objectionable. But it also has a lot of value. The big difference between Christianity, and a lot of other religions as well that also believe in it, and Judaism. Is the golden rule. Christians are taught from an early age that it is an overarching concept of their faith to be embraced and to live by. Which is one of the reasons that Christianity has been so successful, despite it’s faults. And Christendom is so large, dynamic and resilient.

    The Jews hate the golden rule and are notorious hypocrites. People don’t hate Jews for their race or religion. They hate them for the evil that they do over and over and over again in the name of Jewish supremacy. The Israel disaster being a perfect example of Judaism gone wrong.

    • RichardD  May 7, 2017 at 8:22 pm

      The Jews for millennia have used the insular and fraternal nature of their faith to network with each other in business to succeed and exploit and victimize non Jews. And as media and governments developed they infiltrated them to do the same thing.

      America has a serious and perhaps fatal Jew problem. Not all Jews are bad and there are a lot of secular Jews in the US who aren’t part of the Jew cabal and aren’t a problem. But there is a criminal Jew cabal that is a US national security threat and who are enemies of the state and need to be dealt with as such.

      40% of American billionaires are Jews as compared to being only 2% of the population. Many monied Jews would have never achieved the level of success that they did if they weren’t Jews and given discriminatory preferential treatment by other Jews to the detriment of others.

    • RichardD  May 7, 2017 at 8:38 pm

      Vampire Jews destroying a nation that they’ve infiltrated and corrupted is a repetitive part of human history. The US is showing all of the signs of suffering a similar fate.

    • RichardD  May 7, 2017 at 10:24 pm

      “An example criticism from Jewish sociologist Baruch Kimmerling is: “the abundance of ethnocentrism, hate, contempt, chauvinism, and double standards expressed toward Gentiles in the major and most authoritative and ‘holy’ Jewish religious scriptures … is very troubling for any person who expects from ‘Judaism’ the expressions of an enlightened culture.”

      From – Criticism of the Talmud (copy of deleted Wikipedia article)

      Metapedia

      If you look at the debate about objectionable material against non Jews in Jewish scripture and religious text. The sheer volume of quotes from the material are so numerous and offensive. That it’s pretty easy to conclude that all of the excuses about the quotes being taken out of context, historical context, being offset by contradictory quotes, etc. lack credibility and that a lot of the material is what it looks like, Jewish supremacy and an exemption for Jews in their scripture and up bringing from guilt for crime and victimization against non Jews.

      The Jews tried, and still try, to hide this material from non Jews for thousands of years for obvious reasons. Jews using these teachings to justify among themselves their evil and antisocial behavior against non Jews is a root cause of ant-Semitism.

    • RichardD  May 8, 2017 at 1:58 am

      I’m sure that there are Jews planning to do to Christianity in the US this century, what they did to Christianity in Russia last century. Slaughter the Christians, steal their property, destroy their churches and faith, and enslave those who survive in a godless totalitarian slave state.

  3. Harry Haller  May 7, 2017 at 7:33 pm

    Ronnie Rae Lewis, Still pining for you sweety, the banana walnut cake I baked for your !8th birthday, with your roommates help, stilll keeps a special place in my heart. It’s OK to be a Jew, And to love one.

  4. wjabbe  May 7, 2017 at 4:13 pm

    All this is why religion and government don’t mix. Obviously the Founders of America, as imperfect as they were, realized this fact long ago and placed it “freedom to believe any religion) in Amendment 1 along with no title of nobility in Section 9 to avoid the disgusting English system where they came from. When one legitimately seeks to criticize actions of the government of Israel, they seek to divert attention by claiming you are criticizing their religion with the anti- Semitism nonsense which has now gone to the extreme of banning books by Amazon and laws in Canada and other countries for anyone even questioning possibly exaggerated claims of this government and its religion for the purpose of running a massive sympathy scam to bring in good money. This is the bottom line MONEY. Balfour made a big error of judgement allowing lands to be forcibly taken from others and provided to a new state based on one of many religions. While people of Israel often brag about all the contributions they make and all the Nobel Prizes they receive, they fail to mention that great pressure is placed on the Nobel Committed to indulge them over others all done in secret, just like they do with the controlled media they control with all their wealth. MONEY is their GOD but they use it to harm others and other innocent peoples rather than for the benefit of humanity. Many Nobel Prizes, especially some in the second half of the 20th century are not of the same quality as i

    • wjabbe  May 7, 2017 at 4:16 pm

      Con’t. from above:
      Many Nobel Prizes, especially some in the second half of the 20th century are not of the same quality as in the early days after 1900 when they were first awarded. One in particular given to Harold Varmus and another, was a dismal error. He is largely responsible for the dismal failure of the war on cancer promoting the failed and wrong genetics speculations of cancer causation when Otto Warburg, the genius in Germany discovered the prime cause of cancer decades ago; Oxygen deficiency or respiratory impairment or the wrong energy supply. Cancer is not a genetics problem but an energy problem as elucidated by the genius in Germany Otto H. Warburg, M.D., Ph.D. with experiments and facts decades ago. He was considered the greatest biochemist of the 20th century but they hated his guts because he remained in Germany his entire fabulous life.

    • wjabbe  May 7, 2017 at 4:39 pm

      “It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is or how smart you are. If it doesn’t agree with experiment it is wrong.” Richard Feynman, Ph.D. Physics About one person dies every minute either from cancer, treatment or both, usually treatment but falsely reported as from cancer. All approved cancer treatments are life threatening. So, if a patient dies while under treatment they could have died from the cancer or the treatment or both. The only way to prove the cause of death is from an autopsy by a top independent pathological laboratory. This is never done as a gift to the doctors and pharmaceutical companies becoming rich off this biggest medical racket in the country today. The genetics theory of cancer was assumed true without proof all based on speculations. Over half a million dead cancer victims each year testify to its dismal failure. They disregarded the experiments and facts of the genius in Germany Otto H. Warburg, M.D., Ph.D., the greatest biochemist of the 20th century not because they could prove him wrong but because of prejudice that he remained in Germany his entire life. This is why the war on cancer is a dismal failure because they violated the above dictum by Feynman.

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