From Holocaust Industry to Judicial Industry
For decades Palestinians insisted that whatever European Jews suffered at the hands of the Nazi regime, they should not be made to pay for it.
That, of course, fell on deaf ears while generations of Zionist Jews continued to milk the horrors of the Second World War in order to justify to world opinion Israel’s genocidal policies in Palestine.
In 2000, American academic Norman Finkelstein produced a book that would eventually shed light on Zionist methods used to reap much financial as well as political capital out of the concentration camps.
Since then it has been revealed that much of the literature was often faked, exaggerated or imagined. These embarrassing revelations would come to light but rapidly swept under the carpet as long as Holocaust survivors were still alive and able to be wheeled out at any given opportunity to inflate Israel and Zionist organisations’ coffers.
Perhaps the most mystifying and tragic-comical is the heart-wrenching Anne Frank’s diary. Described for years as the account of a young teenage girl forced to live in hiding because of her Jewish faith, it emerged once the copyrights on the book came to an end that the story had in fact been written by her father, thus extending by some thirty years the monetary potential of this work whose authenticity is now difficult to ascertain.
Nevertheless, with all the Chutzpah Israel’s advocates are known for, the Diary we are told still represents an accurate depiction of life for the Franks during WW2. Except that its entire premise is now proved to be wrong and that those who exposed it in the past were accused of the dubious ‘absence of belief’ otherwise known as Holocaust denial. The most pressing case that comes to mind is that of French philosopher and resistance fighter Roger Garaudy (pictured), who was accused of that very crime for noting that the original manuscript written in ball point pen could not have been genuine since those pens were introduced in the 50’s years after the alleged demise of little Anne in Bergen Belsen.
His crime was considered such that, when he died in 2012, his family were forced to cremate his remains, despite it being contrary to his religious beliefs, because the Jewish Defence League had promised to come and unearth his body and desecrate his grave.
Needless to say, no action was taken against this group in France despite their threat against a deceased war hero who fought the Nazis.
Today of course Holocaust survivors are harder to come by. Nature being what it is, these victims or supposed victims of Nazi crimes, are meeting their natural ending, forcing Israel and its supporters to look for new ways to make money and increase the Israel sympathy capital.
That, however, is an increasingly hard sell as more and more people come to the realisation that while Israel claims to be a victim, it is the one responsible for the occupying, destroying, slaughtering and subjugating of the Palestinian people.
A new era, a new financial plan
In recent years it has been more obvious that falling foul of the pro-Israel thought police is a career-jeopardising, if not career-breaking, move. This is why even the most notorious bigots, famed for spewing out hatred for all and sundry, are careful not to cross the ‘Jewish’ line.
Katie Hopkins, well-known for her extreme views which included comparing drowned black children to cockroaches, has always been very careful to broadcast her love for Judeo-Zionism, often tweeting about her admiration for Israel and how Netanyahu is a brilliant leader. Yet even she fell foul of the ‘tribe’ when she called for a ‘final solution’ for Muslims. That vocabulary, viewed as exclusive to Jewish suffering, led to her consequent dismissal from her radio-hosting job which had up until then remained safe despite her outrageous outbursts.
In the context of dying Holocaust survivors coupled with young generations no longer interested in the WW2 narrative, new forms of funding have to be unearthed. For the Zionist lobby a new opportunity offering generous financial return has appeared: the Judicial sector.
Hiding, as ever, behind the dubious claim of Antisemitism, Zionist organisations have taken it upon themselves to sue left, right and centre anyone breathing in the opposite direction of Tel Aviv, or should it be Jerusalem?
With anti-Semitism increasingly difficult to define, Zionists in the UK have discovered a new lucrative project. Thanks to an ever favourable pro-complainant British legal system, Zio milk-maids have found a new cash cow with a near-endless supply udder. Irrespective of the value of the complaint, these organisations will make money whatever the outcome.
Forget the Holocaust industry and make way for the Judicial industry: a way to extract money from journalists, activists, authors and even comedians for saying something that Israel supporting Jews will claim is anti-Semitic in a bid to favour a Zionist narrative of world events, i.e.: if Jews suffer from anti-Semitism, then the existence of Israel and supporting it – even when it commits endless crimes – is justified.
This financial planning has obviously been made easy by a complicit political class and media that has allowed the most dubious of definitions to apply to allegations of Antisemitism.
In today’s world, claiming there is no anti-Semitism is anti-Semitic. Criticising the gunning down of 20 year old nurses is anti-Semitic; drawing a cartoon of Israeli premier is anti-Semitic; actually even defending yourself from claims of anti-Semitism is, well, anti-Semitic. The buck –or should I say shekel- stops with Zionists, and whoever says otherwise is an…you get the picture.
Looked at thoroughly, some claims are truly ridiculous, except that to Israel supporters they are anything but.
In recent years they have successfully brought charges against a plethora of free-thinkers and have made a great deal of money doing it.
When in 2014, the Israeli army was pounding civilians in Gaza yet again, a group of UK Zionist Jews decided that the most civilised response to this latest onslaught was to set up an organisation that would tackle anti-Semitism. The idea behind this latest Zionist endeavour is that criticism of excessive use of force against a people that have no army or navy and are living under siege is offensive to Jews.
Some would argue that it’s the mass slaughter of innocent men and women that should offend Jews, as well as Christians, Muslims, Taoists, atheists, deists, agnostics, Sikhs etc…but it is apparently an affront to Britain’s Jewish population to report accurately on what happens in Gaza.
With that in mind, the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) was founded in a bid to expose and counter ‘anti-Semitism through education and zero-tolerance enforcement of the law.’
Having identified a new source of financial reward, the CAA went about scowling for any tweet, any paragraph, any t-shirt that could be construed as anti-Semitic that could therefore offer monetary returns.
The principle is simple. This organisation that operates as a British charity and thus benefits from charitable status, appeals for donations in order to take those it considers guilty to court.
Irrespective of the sheer absurdity of the claim, the CAA will force the accused to launch a costly defence with the added potential of earning dividends on the sideline.
The CAA, whose motto aptly calls for a ‘pursuit’ of justice, manages a dual tour de force of ruining financially or professionally someone and then making money out of his or her misfortune.
Ultimately it’s a win-win for outfits such as the CAA whose methods are slowly but surely shutting down debate.
Last month it was Israeli-born musician and author Gilad Atzmon (pictured right) who fell foul of the organisation headed by Gideon Falter (pictured above).
Atzmon, who also studied mathematics, undertook the task the British media has failed to address and decided to look into the figures put forward by the CAA.
The figures, he wrote in a blog, didn’t add up and went on to say that these exaggerated claims are causing unnecessary fear mongering among Jews who interpret these as a return to more worrying times when, in fact, life in Britain is perfectly safe for them and that very few will have experienced acts of hostility towards their faith or group.
While the essence of the blog was not scrutinised, a judge ruled that Atzmon had somewhat claimed Falter acted fraudulently and ruled in favour of the CAA.
Falter made £7.5k in the process, while other relevant fees would swell lawyer’s accounts.
Falter is, of course, well-known to British courts. In 2009 he claimed to have overheard a British Foreign Office official say ‘Fuck Jews’ in a gym. Rowan Laxton (pictured) was said to be watching a report of an elderly Palestinian shot dead by Israeli soldiers when he uttered those fateful words.
While the official denied he said those exact words, he was arrested, forced out of his job and sentenced to pay a fine and apologise for his alleged remark.
He appealed and consequently won when it emerged Falter could not have heard that or indeed any other outburst.
Rowan Laxton was reinstated and now serves as British High Commissioner to Cameroon.
There is no report as to what happened to Falter after this. Did Falter hear the damning comments, in which case how could Laxton win on appeal? If he was too far to hear anything Laxton said, did Falter invent the incident or perhaps modify the wording of the outburst to suit his case? We shall never know. Either way, Mr Falter has a way of unearthing anti-Semitism few other British Jews could recognise.
Antisemitism? What anti-Semitism?
LSE professor Jonathan Rosenhead left the Labour party during the Blair years in disgust at the Iraq war; he returned after the much maligned Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader. Asked if he had ever experienced anti-Semitism, Rosenhead now in his autumn years insisted that he had never experienced any such animosity towards his faith but was far less reluctant to share his anti-Israel views with certain fellow Jews who’d proved to be far less tolerant of his political inclinations.
It would be difficult if not impossible to meet a black or Asian man of the same generation who had never experienced racism, yet for all the glaring examples of bigotry towards visible minorities, it is allegations of anti-Semitism that get the most headlines.
This two-tier approach to bigotry is worrying and seems to imply that Jews are worthy of special attention thus re-enforcing the far right narrative that Jews are different.
In pursuing this hugely divisive and dangerous route for the health of democracy and freedom of speech in this country, organisations such as the CAA are willing to jeopardise the safety of those they claim to support in order to justify their ‘raison d’être.’
After all, if there is no anti-Semitism, what would Falter, who studied law but does not practise – for reasons that remain unknown – do with his days?
Help the fight against poverty, perhaps? Is there potential for ruining activists in that process and boost Israel’s narrative? No, there isn’t.
Antisemitism it will have to be then!
*(Gideon Falter Chairman of Campaign Against Antisemitism. Image courtesy of Twitter)
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