Bunkers and Meatheads

Bunkers and Meatheads

In the words of Saul Alinsky, “humour is essential for through humour much is accepted that would have been rejected if presented seriously.”

Gilad Atzmon on The Richie Allen Show

Gilad Atzmon on The Richie Allen Show

Political Correctness, Identity politics, New Left, Cultural Marxism. People have had enough.

United States of Detachment

United States of Detachment

The fetish for science and technology replaced the ability to be empathic and humane. This is the true story behind Clinton and the Democratic party staggering defeat.

On Trump’s Victory

On Trump’s Victory

How is it possible that the Democratic Party, the mainstream media and Wall Street have managed to totally miss the level of anger that unites the American masses?

Is Donald Trump what Michael Moore promised to be and never was?

Is Donald Trump what Michael Moore promised to be and never was?

In one two-minute advert Donald Trump managed to deliver what Michael Moore has failed to do his entire career. Gilad Atzmon explains

On Trump and the Jews

Gilad Atzmon and Joseph Navratil discuss what Donald Trump means for Jews

Trump Whistles His Dogs

Trump Whistles His Dogs

Jewish power can’t be contained or suppressed because we are not even allowed to allude to it, let alone point it out. Gilad Atzmon explains

On Being Aloof and Democratic

On Being Aloof and Democratic

Hillary Clinton and her campaign mangers seem to have forgeten that people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones

October Boomerang

October Boomerang

It seems as if us ‘little brothers’ are growing tired of our ‘big brother’

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the 2016 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference, March 21, 2016, at the Verizon Center in Washington.  (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Top five donors to Clinton campaign are Jewish

Gilad Atzmon asks: are the American people ready to connect the dots?

BDS Changed its Goal Statement Once Again

BDS Changed its Goal Statement Once Again

Since the BDS campaign began accepting money from Soros’s Open Society it has subtly changed its position, to the point that it now legitimises the Zionist state

05 Jan 2016, Claremont, New Hampshire, USA --- Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump appears at a rally in Claremont, NH --- Image by © Brooks Kraft/Corbis

The Meaning of Trump

Gilad Atzmon reflects on Donald Trump’s real significance

A Glimpse into Jewish Guilt and Aggression

A Glimpse into Jewish Guilt and Aggression

Some Jews have been 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

Can Jews Ever Leave Their Cult?

Can Jews Ever Leave Their Cult?

The day Jews manage to distinguish between their victimhood and their identity will be the day they simply stop being Jews. Gilad Atzmon explains

War Dogs – Film Review by Gilad Atzmon

War Dogs – Film Review by Gilad Atzmon

Gilad Atzmon reviews a film about two yeshiva graduates who make war their business. Includes video

Jewish Bigotry on Speed? Just Check Out Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Jewish Bigotry on Speed? Just Check Out Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Last week, Britain’s veteran chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks lectured to the European Parliament on antisemitism. Gilad Atzmon examines what he said. Includes video

I’ve a hunch Sadiq Khan knows exactly where to find the shekels for his next campaign. Click to enlarge

Yawn…Jews Are Furious Once Again

I’ve a hunch that London’s Lord Mayor, Sadiq Khan knows exactly where to find the shekels for his next campaign. Gilad Atzmon explains

The Wandering Jew

The Wandering Jew

Wandering is and remains a prime Jewish trait. Gilad Atzmon explains

Is Bibi a Lizard?

Is Bibi a Lizard?

What happens to Bibi when he faces himself, alone in the morning in front of the mirror? Who (or what) does he see in front of him?

Utopia, Nostalgia and the Jew

Utopia, Nostalgia and the Jew

No intellectual narrative is impervious to some sort of utopian ideal. But for about half of the American people, utopia is nostalgic. Gilad Atzmon explains