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Zionism, Jews and anti-Semitism: untangling the web

I see many getting caught up in the tangled web of shadow-play nuances that make up this Zionist psy-op prevailing in the mainstream media. If you try to talk about it honestly, to bring clarity to the subject, you get labelled “anti-semitic”. But I’ll plough ahead anyway, with a warning that any comments from Zionist trolls will go straight in the trash bin.

Firstly, semitism is not about being part of a race; to be semitic is to be part of a large language group of the Arabs, and so it also includes the Palestinians. Thus, technically speaking, to attack Palestine is just as anti-semitic as to attack Israel.

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Woman in Gold – a metaphor for knowing your enemy

I watched Helen Mirren last night in Woman In Gold, the story of how an Austrian women recovered her family’s portrait of her aunt Adele, the woman in question who was painted by Gustav Klimt for this stunning masterpiece in gold leaf that had been stolen during World War Two by the Nazis.

I found the film to be very moving, and it hit me on so many levels because it brought up parallel issues in our situation today. So please forgive me for breaking Godwin’s Law in highlighting these.

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