gilad.co.uk — July 1, 2016
Gilad Atzmon interviewed by Alimuddin Usmani
Alimuddin Usmani: Following the victory speech by Nigel Farage, you wrote on your Facebook wall: “It is easy to grasp why British workers support Farage and not the Labour Party.”
Can you explain this further?
Gilad Atzmon: Farage’s ideas are coherent and consistent. They reflect the feelings of the poor, the oppressed and the working people who have been reduced into a workless class. Whether Farage can help them is an open question but he offers a clear vision of change fuelled by nostalgic glory and a strong sense of belonging.
Corbyn, on the other hand, has little to offer although this is not entirely his fault. The Labour philosophy is full of contradictions and holes. On the one hand, Corbyn and Labour claim to represent the worker and the poor. But Corbyn and his party also subscribe to cultural Marxist and cosmopolitan ideas that advocate immigration, diversity, identitarian politics and various measures of ‘correctness.’ One cannot support the worker while simultaneously advocating immigration that puts local jobs at risk.
In the aftermath of Brexit, Farage talked directly to British workers about a new future and the prospects for renewal of manufacturing and housing. At the same time, Corbyn was holding forth in support of refugees and against racism. Important topics; but not immediately relevant to those out of work.
The next question is why this contradiction is embedded in Labour and Left politics. The Labour Party is:
dominated by Jewish cosmopolitan ideology; and
funded by Jewish oligarchs.
The Jewish Left is pro immigration, pro identitarian politics, pro LGBT and so on. Jews realize that when things turn sour, it is the working class that turns against the Jews. This causes them to feel threatened by a cohesive working class. They prefer the working class to be broken into an endless number of different sectarian and identity groups. Jews would prefer society to be seen as a manifold of tribes and synagogues. That way the Jews are just one tribe amongst many. It is the Jewish Left that taught us that ‘the personal is political.’ These are the same people that trained us to talk ‘as a’: ‘as a black,’ ‘as a Muslim,’ ‘as a gay, ‘as a Jew’ and so on. They have succeeded in dividing us.
Farage offered the Brits an opportunity to re-unite and think once again as Brits. At least 52% of the Brits bought into his call. His support included the vast majority of nonurban Brits who were apparently impervious to the Labour party’s contradictory position.
Alimuddin Usmani: Bernard-Henry Lévy labeled Brexit a strange defeat. He wrote that Brexit was a victory not of the people but of populism.
How would you respond to him?
To read BHL on Brexit click here
Gilad Atzmon: BHL’s post Brexit rant provides a window into Jewish fear and we should thank him for his willingness to share it with us.
To BHL true democracy, patriotism, nationalism, a united working class, manufacturing, coherence and truth are all symptoms of the Goyim’s resistance and must be suppressed.
BHL’s new evil Goyim are: Donald Trump, Putin and Nigel Farage whom he has now formally united with the Le Pens as the Hitlers of our time.
BHL’s rant attempts to conceal the fact that the Brits who oppose the EU are expressing frustration with mammonism.