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March 12, 2018 / Fantelius

Holocaust, Black Lives, Trump

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What does the Holocaust Industry, Black Lives Matter and Donald Trump have in common?
They are all bullshit issues harvesting support in the me-me-me culture of narcissism, and diverting energy from vital issues.

The Holocaust Industry capitalizes on the ethnic cleansing of European Jews during the Nazi regime from 1935 to 1945. The battle cry ”Remember Our Suffering!” frames its struggle against anti-Semitism. The chosen people perform the chosen victim farce with the me-me-me chorus singing about our-our-our suffering. Other people’s victimization and sufferings do not interest them. They don’t struggle for tolerance and justice in general, but for the exclusive intolerance and injustice of anti-Semitism. To witness the hypocrisy of these chosen sufferers we need merely mention the Palestinians and listen to the Nazi-grade prejudice (or criminal ignorance) denying, condoning or covering up the ongoing atrocities and slow motion holocaust against the victims of Zionist Israeli aggression, occupation and suppression.

The ignorant and stupid holocausters nag and scream about anti-Semitism without ever reflecting on or acknowledging Israeli politics as the single most powerful generator of anti-Semitism in the world. These political morons want us to remember their suffering, forget everyone else’s and blind ourselves to the anti-Semitic generator marked with a blue and white six-pointed star logo. We should in one sense remember the Holocaust to become aware that, like the abused child who becomes an abuser, the survivors of deadly prejudice can become as prejudice and murderous as the monsters they condemn.

The racist parole Black Lives Matter belongs in the same chosen-victim category as the remember our-our-our suffering group. Pray tell Black-lives-matterers, whose lives don’t matter. EVEN Black lives matter or ALSO Black lives matter would have diluted the racism somewhat, but it wouldn’t matter much.

The suffering of the Blacks can hardly be imagined regardless of the quality of empathy. For 100s of years they have been at the receiving end of every evil imaginable: subjugation, suppression, humiliation, torture, enslavement, imprisonment, mutilation, degradation, rape, murder, … every evil imaginable for 100s of years costing 10s of millions of lives. And it’s still going on, including pure bondage slavery in the guise of imprisonment. The blood of saints boil with rage at the extent of the injustice and suffering inflicted on dark-skinned people. Black-lives-matter does nothing to remedy this disgrace.

Our consciousness should be branded with two reminders about this situation.
1. Many of the perpetrators against the blacks have been blacks and, eyeing Africa today, many still are. Generations of Africans hunted, killed, chained and caged Africans and sold them to European slave traders. Africa has been and remains infested with corrupt and degenerate Black rulers whose cruelty and exploitation of Africans can well match anything Whites have been and are capable of.
2. No race, people, nation or ethnic group will ever achieve liberation, justice or security without the support and solidarity of all races, peoples, nations and other ethnic groups. All or none! No other choice is available. We either identify and unite as humans for survival or perish together fighting each other over superficial differences along the way. Get together as humans or get out of life! In other words, love or die. That is not a threat, but a description of the conditions of life on earth.

Donald Trump, a super-narcissist, may be discarded or may become a dictator. It (he) doesn’t matter. He represents the American empire that breeds conflicts, hostilities and divisions in a hotbed of inequality heavily spiced with greed and me-me-me-ism. The empire does this as a means of survival. A united people would not tolerate a micro-tiny group of people owning the resources of the earth at the expense of billions of others. The American people are therefore subjected to the same warped me-centered perspective as all other groups struggling for their own individual liberation. Even the best of the progressives and resisters fall victim to this narrow excluding exceptionalism as demonstrated by their constant references to American values and the American constitution. It would appear that they’ve never heard of or no nothing about of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which is a much more recent, much better and inclusive document than the American Constitution or Bill of Rights and is explicitly ”a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations.”

This December will mark the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This document represents the ultimate achievement of 1000s of years human struggle for peace, justice and equality. Read it, and judge our rulers (and progressives) in the light of its proclamations.
”All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. /// Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.”

Love or die, people, love or die!

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”We (smart) Homo sapiens seem to think that our 1% differences are more important than our 99% similarities. Does that make us all 1%ers?”
Dartwill Aquila

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The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

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