Mask of Zion Report Jan 31, 2014


“Liberate The Discourse Part I – Nationalism and Faux Nationalism, from Hungary to the Ukraine”: In a MUST-LISTEN program, the one and only Jonathan Azaziah navigates the minefield of European nationalism, WW2 revisionism, anti-Jewish-supremacism, anti-Zionism, cultural imperialism, how they all interlock and why understanding their interconnectedness is integral to taking our struggle to the next level. You will not hear this kind of analysis anywhere else.

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  1. #1 by Max French on 02/02/2014 - 9:34

    Awesome war college.

  2. #2 by Listener in Portugal on 02/02/2014 - 9:34

    Thank you for yet another great show. Regarding the Ukraine it is no secret that the nationalist groups there have always had a strongly anti-Russian orientation and it was indeed the anti-Russian strategic alignment which was behind these movement´s close collaboration with Germany 70 years ago and with the NATO-EU-NWO nexus today.

    The newly independent former Soviet republics which were most strongly aligned with Germany during the Second World War are precisely those with the most pro-EU and pro-NATO and consequently anti-Russian policies today, obvious examples being the 3 Baltic states.

    It would be infantile to believe that these nationalist groupings would be willing to form a big happy alliance with each other, especially in regions of the world, such as the Balkans and Eastern Europe, were petty national and ethnic antagonisms and grievances are very strong.

    The nationalism of group A inevitably comes into conflict with the nationalism of historic rival Group B. Going back to World War 2 the pan-Germanism of Hitler who sought the incorporation of territories with prominent German-speaking minorities into Germany would inevitably come into conflict with pan-Slavism (which would be ironically upheld by Stalin), and the concepts of Greater Hungary or Greater Romania, the latter two entering into conflict with each other given the complex ethnic-geographic patchwork between Romanians and Magyars.

    It is also very possible that, failing successful EU and NATO integration, the powers that be would prefer to foment a Yugoslavia style scenario of ethnic wars over an Eastern Europe dominated by a strong re-emergent Russia.

  3. #3 by Ingrid B on 02/02/2014 - 9:34

    It Is unfortunate that the young people of the Ukraine are dazzled by what they percieve to be the lifestyles of europeans, maybe they should try talking to young, jobless, homeless people in european countries, then, maybe, they would be thankful for support from Russia..

    Looking forward to part two Jonathan, and your forthcoming article..

  4. #4 by Bob in DC on 02/02/2014 - 9:34

    What need is there for Ukraine to align with either EU or Russia?

    Independence means just that!

    RESIST !!!

    ed note–lol. Yeah, as if such a thing is possible in today’s day and age when the US/Israel/NATO invade and destroy other nations under completely false pretenses for refusing to play ball.

    how long would Ukraine last as an ‘independent’ country once the US/Israel/NATO decided to do to it what it did to Serbia under Clinton, without an alliance with Russia?

    Time to check into the Hotel Reality Bob.

  5. #5 by Ray on 02/02/2014 - 9:34

    Inspirational. Thank you, Jonathan.

  6. #6 by Bob in DC on 02/02/2014 - 9:34

    No one is independent, though our best strivings are to be so.


  7. #7 by Listener in Portugal on 02/03/2014 - 9:34

    One minor piece of trivia which is probably completely irrelevant is that Admiral Horthy was exiled in the resort town of Estoril, Portugal until his death in 1958. At that time Estoril was a popular destination for exiled monarchs and aristocrats of various stripes, with a great many of these being Eastern European. Admiral Horthy was himself of aristocratic lineage and held the title of Regent of Hungary. Other famous royal exiles living in Estoril in the post-war years included the Kings of Romania and Bulgaria, the exiled Savoy heir King Umberto of Italy and the future Spanish King Juan Carlos of Bourbon who returned to Spain after Franco´s demise. Estoril was, and to an extent still remains, a sort of a Portuguese Monaco and its famous Casino, owned since the 1960s by Hong Kong gambling magnate Stanley Ho, was a popular haunt of these various blue bloods exiled in Portugal.

  8. #8 by james thistlethwaite on 08/03/2014 - 9:34

    Love your comments. Thank you for fighting the good fight all along. But I think you may be wrong about Greece’s Golden Dawn. They seem like true nationalists to me. Have you checked out their website?

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