The Banality Of The Guardian Of Judea

 By Gilad Atzmon

The once well-respected Guardian has been reduced in recent years into a lame Zionist mouthpiece – a light Jewish Chronicle for Gentiles consumption. Last week, the paper launched an attack on Martin Heidegger, the 20th century’s most influential philosopher.

“Heidegger’s ‘black notebooks’ reveal antisemitism at core of his philosophy” the paper’s headline read.  But what does that mean? Was Heidegger really a Jew hater? Did he oppose people for being ethnically or ‘racially’ Jewish or was he, instead, critical of Jewish politics, culture, ideology and spirit?

According to the ‘progressive’ British Guardian, the newly published Black Notebooks reveals that Heidegger saw ‘world Judaism’ as the driver of “dehumanising modernity”.

Needless to mention that we didn’t need a ‘new publication’ to assert that this was Heidegger’s view of Jewish culture and politics. The German thinker, like many of his contemporaries, saw “Jerusalem” as a suppressive and corrupted spiritual, cultural and intellectual influence as opposed to “Athens”, which portrayed in his eyes, the birth of humanism, universalism, aesthetics, ethics and pluralism.

Let’s examine what makes a prominent thinker into an Anti Semite in the eyes of The Guardian. “While distancing himself from the racial theories pursued by Nazi intellectuals, Heidegger argues that Weltjudentum (“world Judaism”) is one of the main drivers of western modernity, which he viewed critically.”

But aren’t we entitled to criticize religion, culture or Ideology?  Aren’t we allowed to disapprove of modernity or technology and to try to identify its cultural and ideological roots? For some reason, I can’t recall The Guardian taking Max Weber to task for suggesting that Protestant ethics was the driving force behind Capitalism. Embarrassingly enough, the same Guardian that clumsily and shamelessly smears the greatest continental thinker, provides a platform to a long list of Neocons, pro-war advocates such as Nick Cohen who constantly and relentlessly criticize the so-called  ‘Islamo-Fascists’ – a code name for Islamic political culture. I guess that for The Guardian of Judea, it is only Jewish culture, religion and ideology that must remain beyond criticism.

“World Judaism”, Heidegger writes in the notebooks, “is ungraspable everywhere and doesn’t need to get involved in military action while continuing to unfurl its influence, whereas we are left to sacrifice the best blood of the best of our people”.  But is the above observation anti Semitic? Can an honest observation be anti Semitic, or shall we say a form of ‘hatred’, or should it be more appropriately tagged as an uncomfortable truth?

Heidegger was a German patriot. As such he knew very well that it was Zionist leadership and German Jewish bankers in America that facilitated the entry of the USA into the first world war (in return in part for the 1917’s Belfour Declaration that promised a national home for Jews in Palestine). In that regard, Heidegger, like his contemporaries, had good reason to believe that Germany was betrayed by its Jewish elite.

When Heidegger published his monumental Being And Time (1927), certainly the 20th century’s most important philosophical text, the Frankfurt School, dominated by Jewish academics, had already been in operation for more than four years, gaining ground in its attempt to subvert German culture in the name of communism. As a German nationalist, Heidegger had more than just one reason to oppose Jewish culture, politics and ideology.

Heidegger was a philosopher as opposed to a politician or an ‘activist’. His understanding of the world was driven by the search for an essential and categorical comprehension. For Heidegger it wasn’t the ‘Jew’ nor was it ethnicity that posed danger, it was an ideology and culture that was set to undermine his Athenian West and its value system as he saw it. Such an approach has nothing to do with racial hatred.

Let’s examine Heidegger’s above statement regarding ‘world Judaism’, its ‘ungraspable’ impact and its unwillingness to ‘sacrifice.’ Heidegger basically suggests that the Jewish elite is launching wars by proxy. At first, this may sound like a vile criticism of Jewish culture and power within politics. But a deeper look into this statement reveals that Heidegger was highly observant. Let’s face it, Heidegger certainly didn’t know about the cabal of Zionist neocons who pushed Britain and the USA into an illegal war in Iraq five decades after his death. Heidegger, most definitely didn’t know about the Jewish Lobby Groups: AIPAC, LFI, CFI and the CRIF. He certainly didn’t know of Bernard Henri Levy or Jewish Chronicle writers David Aaronovitch and Nick Cohen, who have been advocating Zionist immoral interventionist campaigns for years. Furthermore, as Heidegger predicted, not many young Jews followed the Zionised Neocon militant enthusiasm and rushed to join the US Army Special Forces or The Royal Marines. Heidegger somehow foresaw that Jews wouldn’t be overrepresented in the list of dead British and American soldiers that emerged out of this chain of futile conflicts.

When Heidegger writes, “we (the Germans) are left to sacrifice the best blood of the best of our people,”  it is Zionist proxy wars he has in his mind – those Zionist wars that are fought by everyone except the Zionists themselves. But how could the philosopher predict the Zionist’s political apparatus so precisely? Was he a prophet?

To philosophize is to dig into the true essence. The philosopher’s quest is a search for the essential meaning, whether it is being, beauty, knowledge, science and so on.   Heidegger, the philosopher, saw in Jewish culture something most Jews either fail to see in themselves or conceal very well and for a good reason.  It is hardly surprising that The Guardian that has systematically failed to confront the Jewish Lobby and its relentless war advocacy, would denounce the great mind who accurately listed the exact conditions in which such bellicosity takes place.

Tragically, annihilating intelligencia and deep critical thought has become an obsession of the New Left. This may explain the deterioration of the progressive discourse into an intellectual desert. The Guardian, in its current form and under its current leadership, has a major role in that process.

“In another passage”, the Guardian continues, “the philosopher writes that the Jewish people, with their ‘talent for calculation’, were so vehemently opposed to the Nazi’s racial theories because ‘they themselves have lived according to the race principle for longest’”.

But is this really a lie? Not at all. The German philosopher obviously hits the nail on the head. Heidegger, who didn’t approve of the Nazi racist doctrine, properly noted that Nazi racial supremacy was, in fact, Kosher by nature.

It is hardly a secret that Jewish culture is ethno-centric and racially driven.  Israel defines itself as the  ‘Jewish State’. Far more embarrassing is the fact that Israel’s Jewish opponents also follow the same racially supremacist methodology and, in most cases, operate within ‘Jews only’ political cells (such as JVP, IJAN, Jewish Socialist Group etc.).

Heidegger, was obviously ahead of his time in observing the similarity between Jewish political exclusiveness and Nazi ideology. Does that make Heidegger an anti Semite? Quite the opposite, it affirms that the German philosopher is a timeless precious intellectual asset.  Yet, The Guardian doesn’t posses the minimal integrity to admit that Heidegger was actually spot on. Instead, the British paper is desperate to undermine the work of the great philosopher by means of inept and vague association.

By tagging Heidegger as an anti Semite The Guardian basically advises his readers not to read the greatest GermanoGreco philosopher and certainly not to evaluate the content of his writing. This is ‘Newspeak’ as observed by Orwell, which minimizes the possible content of intellectual exchange by means of ‘correctness’.

It is no secret that the contemporary politically correct observer adheres to the rule that truth better be inoffensive. As such, he or she contributes to the suppression of the truth and the transformation of knowledge into a system of selective concealment. Interestingly, it was Heidegger who was there to turn the floodlight onto ‘concealment’ and the ‘forgetfulness of Being’, something the Guardian has made into an art from.

Heidegger, the truth teller has come to represent everything the Jerusalemite ‘Guardian of Judea’ is there to suppress. I guess that the time is ripe for The Guardian to wake up. It would do well to reinstate its position as The Guardian of the truth rather than The Guardian of Zion. We could use a quality Left paper driven by true humanist and universal concerns, instead of just another ignorant and banal Zionist mouthpiece.


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22 Responses to "The Banality Of The Guardian Of Judea"

  1. stephanaugust  March 19, 2014 at 2:16 am

    Greetings from the Illuminati?

    This work by Heidegger has the title “Considerations II – XI”.

    Am I the only one who sees two elevens?

  2. DaveE  March 18, 2014 at 9:01 pm

    Had a little too much to drink, have we?

  3. Bartered  March 18, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    I wonder if this story is related to an event that occurred in the Kennesent a few days ago. A German Chancellor was remarking, (in German), that the Palestinians seem to get less water than the settlements; about half as much according to the article. A walk out proceeded almost immediately with a Representative saying he, (the German Chancellor), should be very careful about using his native language to scold protocols in their governmental body. Way to change the subject. Thank you Giliad for suggesting Martin Heidegger. Why did they invite him to begin with?

    • Gilad Atzmon  March 20, 2014 at 1:21 am

      I dont think that it is related… the Jewey fight against Heidegger is as old as the battle between Jerusalem and Athens,,it started more than 2000 years ago..

  4. stephanaugust  March 18, 2014 at 6:24 am

    Only the Guardian? Lucky you. In and around Germany, the whole German media is crying anti-Semitism.

    • stephanaugust  March 18, 2014 at 6:25 am


      the whole German speaking media

    • stephanaugust  March 19, 2014 at 2:29 am

      Just found that from 1240 pages the German media and The Guardian chose the same Heidegger quotes.

    • Gilad Atzmon  March 20, 2014 at 1:22 am

      I know, I been in Freiburg this week, Heidegger;s town ,, it is almost funny to watch the German left Zigzagging in a desperate attempt to silence the most clever German ever.. )

  5. gerryhiles  March 17, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    Thanks Gilad and you are spot on about Heidegger being an “Athenian” as am I, though I never thought of it quite that way; but I’ve loved Plato/Socrates for over forty years and all those who’ve had the same inclination to desire (philo) wisdom (Sophos) and implicit is questioning, NOT belief, so to use the word ‘philosophy’ as a synonym for ‘ideology’ is frankly bizarre.

    Of course Heidegger – one of many to inspire me – was not an ideologue, nor any of his ilk like Descartes, Hume, Kant, Schopenhauer and, loosely, others who can be called Existentialists.

    As for the Guardian? I was a regular reader back in the 1960s and I recall reading an article which first woke me up to Zionists and the so-called “Jews” who were occupying Palestine. The article pointed out that indigenous Jews were being treated as badly as Palestinians, I never regarded Israel at all favourably after that, but of course it took many years before I fully realized the nonsense of “anti-Semitism”. As you know Gilad, but others might not, the term Semite refers to a language group including Arabic, Aramaic and Ancient Hebrew (which was a dead language)

    In any case Semitic has nothing to do with race/ethnicity, as is proven by the artificial revival of Hebrew by Ashkenazi and other sects of Judaism out of Europe, whilst Sephardic Jews with much closer ancestral and linguistic ties to the region were persecuted. It’d give the game away if this was widely known, but never expect it in today’s Guardian.

    • gerryhiles  March 17, 2014 at 11:42 pm

      Just some other observations.

      It does not surprize me that Zionists and fellow travellers are arguably crazy and have severe personality disorders, such as paranoia, histrionic and Narcissism, because the ideology makes NO rational sense.

      Judaism is a religion OK and confers on “true believers” the “right to return” to a place on this planet that most of them never came from in all of history.

      It gets worse, because numerous so-called “Jews” are atheists and have no religion at all.,

      Crazy, mind bending.

      As a child I got indoctrinated with a version of christianism and, if I had stuck with it AND become an atheist, I would rightly be deemed insane for calling myself an “atheist Christian”, but insane Judaists get away with their utter nonsense every day, e.g. Cretinyahoo utterly rejecting Judaism, but getting standing ovations in Washington.

      Zionism is the ultimate in everything George Orwell warned of and fake ‘Jews” are the vehicle for an increasingly psychotic world, because their ideology is crazy, e.g. little European ‘Israeli’ girls were recorded writing hate messages on munitions aimed at Gaza children.

      Crazy! Those little girls probably originated in California, whereas the children they rejoiced in killing were and are Palestinians with nowhere else to go. Sick.

    • ani  March 18, 2014 at 1:28 am

      “Cretinyahoo utterly rejecting Judaism, but getting standing ovations in Washington.”

      That would be the celebrity factory doin’ its thing!


      “…an increasingly psychotic world…” is of course, the projection of these parasites, who are actually writing the text books which prescribe the anti-psychotics to all those who do not fall in to same parasitic world view viz goy that serve the self-chosen.

      the same parasites print the money, run the law courts and pay the hit-men to take care of business.


      Like sewer-rats perhaps.

    • Gilad Atzmon  March 20, 2014 at 1:23 am

      I am not original here,, this is how Heidegger saw himself ..

  6. DaveE  March 17, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    I get The Guardian email summaries daily, from both the UK and the US editions. During the runup to the Syria (intended) war, the US edition was telling American readers how everyone in Britain supported going to war with Syria, while the UK edition told told the Brits how Obama and Co. were ready to attack Syria any minute and that the Brits would have America’s backup. As we know, Parliament told Cameron to eff off and Congress put the brakes on Obama, but it sure wasn’t for lack of trying on behalf of “The Guardian” that the zios didn’t get their planned war with Syria.

    It was breathtakingly disgusting and obvious, if you were looking in the right places. I doubt many people noticed, however, since one had to compare the US and UK editions on a daily basis to see the conspiracy, but it was right there in black and white for any six-year-old to see.

  7. jake gittes  March 17, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Absolutely fantastic article! Should be required reading for the entire planet’s population.

    • Gilad Atzmon  March 17, 2014 at 3:03 pm

      Tx a million …. xg

  8. Excalibur  March 17, 2014 at 10:25 am

    I would not hold your breath Gilad if I were you.

    The Guardian Media Group is owned by the Scott trust. The Scott trust WAS a trust in 1936 but in fact it has been wound up a couple of times since then and is now actually owned by five of the directors – despite still being called a ‘trust’. Take a look at some of the characters on its board and you will see why it is unlikely to ever allow criticism of israel or the hidden hand.

    • Gilad Atzmon  March 17, 2014 at 3:05 pm

      Don’t worry, i don’t hold my breath… I really see this outlet as a shameless Zionised outlet…

    • PallMall  March 17, 2014 at 7:44 pm

      Which five?
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  9. Xiongnu  March 17, 2014 at 8:51 am

    Thank you, Gilad, for this interesting analysis. And thank you, the Guardian 😉 for suggesting that we should be reading Martin Heidegger. I will certainly do.

    • Gilad Atzmon  March 17, 2014 at 3:06 pm

      It ain’t very easy,,, but give it the time … you ll learn a lot..

  10. FactsofLife  March 17, 2014 at 7:29 am

    I much rather prefer the term “uncomfortable truth” to “anti-Semitism”. Freedom is the right to pursue truth where ever it is found and where ever it leads us. Those who impede the search for truth are demeaning the dignity of all human persons. Freedom and Truth are inexorably linked. Lies and liars are dehumanizing. I will read more Heidegger! Thank you Gilad.

    • Gilad Atzmon  March 17, 2014 at 3:07 pm

      Pleasure t read all this wonderful support .. peace G

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