A Glimpse into Jewish Guilt and Aggression


BY GILAD ATZMON – Some Jews were not delighted by Donald Trump’s recent reference to ‘International Bankers”. Trump declared this week that his rival Hillary Clinton is somehow “an instrument of a vast conspiracy involving scads of money and international banks”.

You may note that Trump didn’t refer to Jews nor did he point out any ethnicity or religious group. However, Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, was quick to react using the twitter platform. “Trump should avoid rhetoric and tropes that historically have been used against Jews and still spur antisemitism,” Greenblatt said and then added “Let’s keep hate out of campaign.”

One may wonder at this stage why a leading American Jew sees ‘hatred’ in Trump’s critical reference to ‘International Banking’? Is it because Greenblatt knows that the International Bankers who fund Clinton’s presidential affair belong to one particular ethnic group? Is it possible that Greenblatt believes that the bankers at Goldman Sachs, along with individuals like Haim Saban and George Soros, may have one or two things in common apart from being filthy rich?

The Jewish Telegraphic Agency was also alarmed by Trump’s true observation that “This election will determine if we are a free nation or whether we have only the illusion of democracy, but are in fact controlled by a small handful of global special interests rigging the system”

Once again Trump didn’t refer specifically to Jews, yet the JTA must have gathered that he had Jews in mind. The JTA probably knows something many of us may have gathered but prefer to suppress.

I guess the good news is the sudden appearance of Jewish guilt. Greenblatt and the JTA act out of guilt. They do know that international banking is a Jewish territory and that makes them feel uncomfortable.  But the tragic news is that Jewish guilt hardly leads to ethical reflection, and too often it is quick to transform into aggression.

If Greenblatt was genuinely concerned with defamation and the safety of American Jews he should have lobbied the herd of Jewish international bankers to remove themselves from American politics.  But for Greenblatt and others within his tribal milieu, Jewish power is the power to silence the very discussion of Jewish power!

In practice, Greenblatt, an American Jewish leader, is telling the Republican presidential candidate which topics to avoid.

I would like to tell Greenblatt and his acolytes that this development is very dangerous to American people and to American Jews, in particular.

  1. #1 by Isaac on 10/17/2016 - 9:34

    Yes. President Putin and Donald Trump have been very careful not to say the damaging word because that word alone will be used to vilify and demonize them. However Trump is telling the truth and its the International Bankers who control the whole world and the ones responsible for all the wars for many centuries. The wars are the bankers wars and the banks are owned by the Jews.

  2. #2 by James Benn on 10/17/2016 - 9:34

    “But the tragic news is that Jewish guilt hardly leads to ethical reflection, and too often it is quick to transform into aggression.”

    Ah yes, the all-too-familiar blame-the-goy routine. I am told that it’s all to do with goyish sexual repression. Let it all hang out baby!

    The Trumpeter is sailing pretty close to the wind by referencing the unreferencable … namely the International Men ‘o Mystery at the heart of global finance. And indeed global corporatism. Meeja. Education. Oh ok, everything. Of course Alex Jones is forever going on about the ‘globalists’ and the ‘offshore bankers’ without naming names and he hasn’t been shot yet.

    But let’s face it, if you had invented the perpetual money machine and literally had a license to print money, and you had worked for it for, oh, over 2000 years, and it had worked so beautifully well ever since Babylonian times, well you’d be pretty defensive as well, wouldn’t you? You and your co-beneficiaries would pull out ALL the stops to protect the racket. No wonder their supposed ‘guilt’ is easily placated.

  3. #3 by Bruce Arney on 10/22/2016 - 9:34

    Agree with James, guilt hardly leads to ethical reflection. Their system of ethics boils down to “is it good for the Jews?”

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