Wednesday, June 10, 2009


For those people who do not wish to visit Gilad atzmon's own internet site or spend time reading his articles, here are some quotes that give as good a word-portrait of the man whom the BFUU hosted two days ago as any.


"There is no such thing as anti-Semitism."

"Why is it that the Jews who repeatedly demand that the Christian world should apologize for its involvement in previous persecutions, have never thought that it is about time that they apologized for killing Jesus?"

"The Jews who had now managed to kill their God learned to believe in themselves."

"We need the voices of David Duke…and Pat Buchanan."

"Throughout the centuries, Jewish bankers bought for themselves some real reputations of backers and financers of wars and even one communist revolution."

"The only people who managed to maintain and sustain a racially orientated, expansionist and genocidal national identity that is not at all different from Nazi ethnic ideology are the Jews."

"American Jews do try to control the world, by proxy."

"How is that America let its foreign policy be shaped by ruthless Zionists?"


"Equating Gaza with Auschwitz is the right and only way forwards. Questioning the holocaust and its meaning is what liberation of humanity means today and in the near future. "

"If the Palestinians are indeed the last victims of Hitler, then the holocaust and its meaning do belong to them more than anyone else."


"I’m not going to say whether it is right or not to burn down a synagogue, I can see that it is a rational act."


The sentiments above are what was endorsed by sponsoring Gilad Atzmon.
The man who wrote these things performed at the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists (BFUU) on Monday June 8, 2009, in a charitable event on behalf of Bay Area Women in Black and the ISM.
The BFUU, through their Social Justice Committee, seem to be establishing a track record.

Fyi, two "interesting gentlemen", accompanied by a Hamas flag and a Sheikh Nasrallah t-shirt, showed up to protest on behalf of the BFUU and Gilad Atzmon. It was very Berkeley of them to do so.
Having those two outside the building waving a Hamas flag really says "peace movement".

There was also an abusive Colombian woman who believed that being part or mostly native American and from Centro-America gave her license to be as anti-Semitic and racist as she wanted to be. Also present were a number of chicken Jew-haters from the BFUU congregation, and assorted peace-fakers and groupies.
The Unitarians know how to attract some real prizes.


GRANT!PATEL! said...

Hamas is not a peace organization.

Neither are Women in Black, the ISM, or, obviously, the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists.

Stephen Pearcy is probably too ... to be .... in any way ....

----Moscow Symphonik

GRANT!PATEL! said...

Crappahola! I am not Joseph buggery sodding Anderson or Stephen vapid raper Pearcy! Let my comments through!

---Gearge Junglegymnast

GRANT!PATEL! said...

Oh bollocks!

---Stanley Prueront

Anonymous said...

Wow! I never dreamed the Unitarians would sponser such a person(s) I've always thought they were a bit off the path but this put them in a whole new light in my mind.


Anthony said...

The unitarians are clearly into relativation. Not only of bleiefs, also of politics.
Paganism and truth are of the same value. Good and evil are of the same value. Falsehood and verity, black and white, beauty and ugliness.
And so also, in their eyes, Hamas and Israel.
Someone should prove to them that a burned wreck is as good as a meeting hall.

Take that any way you wish.
I am a parking lot - realativize that!

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