The UK Government, BDS and the Jews

BDS has never taken on Jewish power. BDS is in itself a manifestation of Jewish power.

By Gilad Atzmon

The British government has issued new directives aimed at preventing public entities, universities and student unions from boycotting Israeli products. The new rules authorize the British government to take legal action against organizations that impose such boycotts.

Even as a supporter of every form of resistance to Israel and Zionism and a supporter of the BDS principle, I am thrilled by these new draconian measures, as I am always delighted when Jewish power manifests its true face. There is a problem though. BDS has never taken on Jewish power. BDS is in itself a manifestation of Jewish power.

The BDS movement was compromised from its onset. BDS changedits goal statement in an effort to appease its Jewish supporters and Zionist funders.* Many commentators now see that BDS has been reduced to an internal Jewish exchange that benefits Israel and Zionism. Instead of debating ‘Israel’s right to exist,’ the argument has been changed into various Jews arguing about the ‘right to BDS.’ This is a very clever move on Netanyahu/Mondoweiss’ part.

BDS, originally intended to mount economic and political pressure on Israel and its supporters, achieved the opposite. It united the Jews, both Zionists and the so called ‘anti,’ in a debate on BDS.

The new British anti BDS bill is a spectacle of Jewish power, both Zionist and ‘anti.’ BDS is now an internal Jewish debate. Read today’s Middle East Monitor report on the dissent to the new directive. The Palestinians are not even mentioned. Instead we learn about the good BDS Jews.  “Amongst those who have objected to the plans were British Jews from various organisations who defended the BDS movement as “a weapon of moral persuasion, deploying a tactic frequently used by powerless people in their opposition to racism, slavery and oppression.”

As if the opposition to the British Government wasn’t Jewish enough, the Middle East Monitor drops a few Jewish names to add texture to this chicken soup:

“Signed by Jacqueline Rose of the Independent Jewish Voices, Michael Kalmanovitz of the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network and Julia Bard of the Jewish Socialists’ Group, the letter further states how the only form of anti-Semitism the government is leaning toward is the belief “that all Jews outside Israel uncritically support Israel’s actions.”

I pray for the Palestinians that one day soon they will manage to reclaim their own struggle from its dominance by a league of oppressors.


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* When the call for Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions of Israeli goods was established in 2005 in Ramallah its first demand was for Israel to:

“End[ing] its occupation and colonization of all Arab lands and dismantl[ing] the Wall” (

This call didn’t leave room for interpretation. Back in 2005, the BDS movement disputed the legitimacy of the Jewish State.

But in 2010, its primary goal was changed significantly, it now reads:

“Ending its occupation and colonization of all Arab lands occupied in June 1967 and dismantling the Wall” (

There is no public record of the process that led to this change. And as if to prove its deceptive nature, the change appears only in English and has never been integrated into any of the official BDS publications in Arabic. It is likely that most Palestinians are not aware of the change made on their behalf by people who claim to be their ‘grass root’ representatives. Further study suggests that the change in the BDS goal statement that de-facto legitimizes the Jewish State took place at the time the BDS became popular amongst Jewish activists and accepted funds from liberal Zionist George Soros’s Open Society Institute. You can read more about BDS, Soros money promoting BDS campaign here:

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4 Responses to "The UK Government, BDS and the Jews"

  1. Aziz Khalfan  February 20, 2016 at 2:32 am

    It is high time to start a grassroots Boycott British Products (BBP).

    The servile serf Cameron can not dictate what people choose or refuse to buy.
    The shameless twat.

  2. Dan  February 19, 2016 at 4:35 am

    Next thing you know BDS groups will be meeting at Starbucks. As for the essence of Jewishness for goys, it comes down to “We Jews shit on you Christians.” If Hollywood and TV don’t make that clear, nothing will short of that Tikkun olam envisioned by Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in which, ideally, all goys except those needed to serve the Jews are killed off. Naturally Yosef’s funeral a few years ago was the second greatest mass celebration in Israel’s history, and just as naturally our politicians praised Yosef, the key partner in Netanyahu’s Likud coalition, rather than making official Israel repudiation of that moral monster a condition of continued support.

  3. Gilad Atzmon  February 19, 2016 at 3:51 am

    I don’t know whether Jews are a clan, but the people who subscribe to Jewishness are certainly tribal. Moreover, those who identify politically as Jews (Zionists, Jvp, Mondoweiss, Aipac) are indeed clannish to the bone..

  4. Gilad Atzmon  February 19, 2016 at 3:44 am

    it is pretty simple. Jews can drop their god, Israel, their mother,,, they drop everything except choseness.. Jewihness is basically everything that sustains a sense of choseness: Judasim, Atheism, Bolshevism, peace loving, moral interventionism, anti zionism, pro zionism … you name it …

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