Paul Eisen

Paul Eisen

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

"Have I got the right place?" - A terrorist hands himself in

The terrorist here is Nick Kollerstrom 

I know Nick quite well and a more rational, peaceful, indeed, law-abiding chap you'd be hard pressed to find. 

All in all, he's everything they fear.

Jon Stewart at his bullying worst

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

The War That Had Many Fathers


You've seen the film, now read the book:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/1939-The-That-Many-Fathers/dp/144668623X/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1413918926&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=the+war+that+had+many+fathers

Interview with Dr Milena Rampoldi of ProMosaik

This is an interview with Dr Milena Rampoldi of the website ProMosaik about the recent British 'recognition' of a Palestinian state. 

The website is excellent and Milena is a joy to work with but I was interested in her choice of title - so interested that I wrote:
"It’s interesting (and perfectly okay with me) that you choose the only ‘as a Jew’ part of my response for the title of what is essentially a political response to a political question which could be answered by anyone. As I said, that’s absolutely fine with me, but my only real expertise that isn’t freely available elsewhere is that I know what it feels like to be a Jew and I’m prepared to tell."


Stop before it’s too late. This is my message to my fellow Jews.


1- What do you think will change in the world order if Western Nations will recognize the Palestinian State?
As thing are, probably very little. The entire West is under Jewish political control (which in this day and age, means Zionist control). Notice how even the opposition is under control. For example, BDS, the most ‘successful ‘ civil opposition to Israel so far, is funded by George Soros, a soft Zionist. As we say in England, “He who pays the piper calls the tune”

And I think the same is true for wishful charades like the recent vote in the British parliament. Firstly, though largely unreported, over half the House of Commons was absent for the vote, the absentees being mainly Conservative (The ruling party) MPs and remember, 80% of all Conservative MPs are members of Conservative Friends of Israel. So the vote in no way represents the opinion of the British political elites

But even the mainly Labour and Liberal Democrat support for ‘recognition’ is all but useless. After all, how many of those MPs who voted for recognition really want true Palestinian liberation? Did their ‘recognition’ define the borders of this new state and the borders of Israel? Did it account for the huge Jewish settlements that already take up so much of any proposed Palestinian state? And what about the Right of Return, does this recognition of a Palestinian state depend on Palestinians giving up 78% of their own homeland?

But most importantly, how will this new state be armed? Will it be able to defend itself or will it lie defenceless under the guns of the Israeli military? We know who will defend Israel against Palestinians but who will defend Palestine against Israel?

And who will dominate the area economically? Judging by Israel’s past intentions towards the Palestinians, what will Israeli economic dominance mean for Palestinians? My guess is they’ll be given food to eat, video games to play and work to do in Israeli industrial parks

All in all, such playacting such as this ‘recognition’ is simply a new, and more palatable, way of neutralizing Palestinian resistance and getting the Palestinians to go into the cage peacefully


2- How important is the recognition of Palestine by the UK?

The real answer to your question is that yes, this charade of recognition, lulling the Palestinians and the world into a false sense of progress, IS of huge importance- but only to Israel and its supporters and then only as a further step towards the final conquest of Palestine.


3- What do you think will change in the UK society?

Depends what you mean by ‘society’. If you mean the ruling elites, nothing much will change, except for a token turn in the eternal good cop/bad cop squabble between those who want to eliminate Palestinians in Palestine completely and those who want them to go into the cage quietly. But if you mean the ordinary people – well, again pretty much nothing. The people will continue to do as they are told, except that the growing resentment against Jewish/Zionist control will grow just that little bit more, just as it has been doing for years. Will that resentment show itself? It certainly will and when it does, the results may not be pretty. Remember, when Jewish power is finally confronted, it won’t be done by nice folks like you, me and your readers – it will be done by the mob whether on the streets or on the internet and all Jews, including the relatively innocent, will pay the price of their leaders’ perfidy


4- Which impact will the recognition of Palestine have for Muslims and Jews in the UK?
On the surface, relations between the Muslim and Jewish elites seem good. Underneath, Muslims are seething with rage, not only about Israeli behaviour in Palestine but also about Jewish and Zionist influence in western policy towards the whole Muslim world. So, on the surface, this charade may seem to improve Muslim/Jewish relations, underneath it will, in the end, only inflame them more.


5- How just and absolutely necessary is the recognition of Palestinian State for you as a Holocaust-Denier, as you name yourself?
First it’s important that I clarify my naming of myself as a ‘Holocaust Denier”.

“Holocaust denier” is usually a term of abuse, used to imply that those who question the Holocaust narrative are crazy people who believe that nothing bad at all ever happened to Jews - a bit like ‘flat-earthers’. This is not true of all Holocaust revisionists and certainly not true of me. I do ­not deny that there was a terrible assault by National Socialist Germany on Europe’s Jews, nor do I deny that many Jews, innocent and guilty, suffered and died. In fact, the real story of discrimination, incarceration and deportation moves me far more than the standard Holocaust with its premeditated, planned and industrial extermination of Europe’s Jews with its iconic gas-chambers and magical six million

I am a Holocaust denier because for me, the Holocaust narrative as currently constructed, maintained and enforced is a godless, idolatrous and abusive ideology bringing misery to the world and disaster to my fellow Jews guilty and innocent alike and, as such, I want to put as much distance between it and myself as I can - so I deny it.

But to answer your question, of course, the recognition of any Palestinian state, whether real or a sham, has nothing whatsoever to do with the veracity or otherwise of the Holocaust narrative which is (or should be) simply a matter of historical inquiry. After all, what possible relevance is there between hydrogen cyanide traces in brickwork and what is happening in the Middle East? But, for me as someone who ‘denies’ the godless, abusive Holocaust narrative, the struggle in Palestine means a great deal.

Palestinians are by no means the only victims of Jewish power though, along with the German people, they are the main and most pressing ones, so obviously any strengthening of the Palestinian position will weaken Jewish power and therefore weaken the power of the Holocaust. And conversely any weakening in the power of the Holocaust, must strengthen the position of the Palestinians. So for me, as a ‘Holocaust denier’ any true achievement of Palestinians’ (or indeed any other victims of abusive Jewish power) liberation is a matter for celebration – and any false or obfuscating liberation, as with these recent events in Britain, are a matter for concern


6- Do you think that a general recognition of Palestine by Western Nations will stop Israeli violence, or do you think Zionist Israel will start a new invasion?

The Israelis have shown themselves pretty immune to world opinion. Of course there are transitory limits and, as we have seen, the current limits seem to be at about the 2000 plus Palestinian dead as was reached in the recent Gaza atrocity. Or was it perhaps that, given Hamas resistance, the limit was the unacceptable Israeli casualties that any further ‘boots on the ground’ operations would have entailed? However all in all, Israelis and the Jewish elites around the world that egg them on, don’t seem to give a damn what the world does or thinks.

By the way, this is a very common feature in Jewish history. For all our seeming astuteness in maintaining our survival, we Jews have one fatal ethnic flaw – we never know when to stop. We are never able to look into the eyes of the other and know when he/she has had enough.

Stop before it’s too late. This is my message to my fellow Jews.



Saturday, 4 October 2014

Hellstorm

I'm just reading Thomas Goodrich's 'Hellstorm' subtitled "The Death of Nazi Germany 1944-1947". It's some story and I recommend you read it. In the meantime, listen to this.