Dagelijkse archieven: 4 augustus 2017

Jewdas Lies (video-must watch)

Gilad Atzmon — gilad.co.uk Aug 4, 2017


Jewdas calls itself a source of “Radical Voices for the alternative (Jewish) diaspora.” But If Jewdas is the ‘alternative’ then we really prefer the original.
Collaborating with the Campaign Against Antisemitsm’s (CAA) war against British jazz, Jewdas also decided that me playing Jazz is simply unacceptable. They are determined to stop me.
Two days ago at the Vortex Jazz Club in London, a bunch of skullcap boys joined by three Antifa members appeared 50 minutes ahead of my gig with leaflets that were blatantly duplicitous from top to bottom. Jewdas protestors urged my audience not to attend my gig. They obviously failed in their mission. The gig was sold out.
Interestingly enough, the leaflet offered one single ‘quote’ from my book ‘The Wandering Who.’ The quote read:  “Some brave people will say that Hitler was right after all.”
Far from being surprising, this line doesn’t exist in The Wandering Who. Jewdas consciously lied in an attempt to defame me by misrepresenting my thoughts. The line that does appear in The Wandering Who suggests the complete opposite meaning.
“We, for instance, can envisage an horrific situation in which an Israeli so-called ‘pre-emptive’ nuclear attack on Iran escalates into a disastrous nuclear war, in which tens of millions of people perish. I guess that amongst the survivors of such a nightmare scenario, some may be bold enough to argue that ‘Hitler might have been right after all.’
The above is obviously a fictional scenario, and by no means a wishful one, yet such a vision of a ‘possible’ horrific development should restrain Israeli or Zionist aggression towards Iran.” (The Wandering Who, pg 179)
In The Wandering Who I call for an introspective understanding of history that would deter Israel and its lobbies from pushing us into more wars.
The fact that Jewdas consciously lied provokes the necessary question. If I am as bad as Jewdas and the CAA insist, why do they see the need to doctor my words and even manufacture my statements? Surely, if I am anti-Semitic and Nazi supporting as Jewdas believes, it should have by now found a genuine statement by me that can support such a claim.
I ask myself whether Jewdas’ leaders reckon that young Jews in skullcaps standing in the street, intimidating a jazz club, distributing lies about an international musician, harassing bandmates and audiences reflects greatly on the Jewish community. I will save Jewdas the trouble of using their brains. NO is the obvious answer. The jazz community: musicians, audience, clubs are all disgusted by this anti Atzmon campaign.
In the Jewdas flyer I am accused of Holocaust denial. My followers as well as my detractors know very well that I am playing and teaching in Germany regularly. In fact next week I am leading a workshop in south Germany. Holocaust deniers are not welcome in Germany. If Jewdas or the CAA possess the evidence of me being a holocaust denier they better get me arrested or at least questioned in Germany.
My position on the holocaust is established worldwide.  I am against the holocaust or any other event in the past being treated as a religion or a dogma. I insist that if history is the attempt to narrate the past as we move along, then re-visting and revising the past is the true and only meaning of historical thinking! The holocaust like all other events must be subject to revision, so spoiled kids like Jewdas can review their own book burning actions within the appropriate context. I also contend that if the Holocaust is a religion, I persist upon being an atheist.
Jewdas must be completely detached from British society and the reality around them. In the flyer they accuse me of spreading Nazi propaganda and ideology in my concerts. Does this bunch of Jewish youngsters really believe that such a scenario is even conceivable in Britain or anywhere else? The question here is how such a ludicrous idea came into their undeveloped minds. The answer, interestingly enough, is available in The Wandering Who and Being in Time, the books Jewdas are pretty much desperate to burn.
What we see here is Pre-TSD (Pre Traumatic Stress Disorder). Within the context of Jewish Identity politics, being tormented by a delusional event is pretty common and even epidemic. Israel is terrified by a nuclear Iran and Jewdas is terrified by the possibility of Gilad Atzmon’s gigs being neo-nazi beer cellar gatherings. What we are dealing with here is an obvious case of projection. The Jewdases attribute their own problematic symptoms of hatred and vindictiveness to me.
Jewdas claims to be an alternative Jewish diaspora group, they claim to support Palestine and multi-culturalism. But the Palestinians were with me inside the vortex. Two of the most prolific leaders of the Palestinian solidarity movement worldwide (Jafar Ramini and Greta Berlin) were sitting in front of me at the vortex. We had Palestinians, Lebanese, Syrians and Iranians. How do I know? They bought my books and CDs and I signed them. The Vortex was packed with people of all ages, from every corner on this planet. On stage we had an NYC Jewish guitarist, and ex Israeli bass player, an Italian drummer and myself. If Jewdas are interested in an alternative diaspora, they better come to my concerts and learn how to intermingle with real diversity and real people. If Jewdas are interested in an alternative diaspora, they should consider not to identify politically and culturally with a race. Because to my ears, Jewish Voice for Peace and Alternative Jewish Diaspora sound as bad as Aryan voice for Peace or Alternative Aryan Diaspora. In short, people who identify politically as a race are not the ones to teach us about tolerance.
The Vortex jazz club offered to host a discussion between my Jewish detractors and myself. I welcomed the idea, I sent an invitation to Jewdas, I am yet to hear back.
I should mention that if the campaign against my music was designed to ruin me financially, it may achieve the opposite. My book sales tripled in the last week or so. I guess I shouldn’t complain yet.

Weer een overwinning tegen Rusland voor de ‘Deep State’, Trump moet terugvechten.

Another Deep State Victory on Russia, Trump Must Fight Back

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by Robert Carbery




This Wednesday, August 2nd, President Trump signed the Russia/Iran/North Korea sanctions bill which restricts our ability to improve relations through diplomatic means with these three problem countries. The Deep State seems to have full control of U.S. foreign policy with the help of the 10% approved Congress.


Dr. Ron Paul recently uploaded a great and insightful video on YouTube regarding this matter and many other revealing articles have hit the wires in recent days. Trump cannot mend relations with Russia when the rest of the U.S. government is against doing so. Russia is not the bad guy they used to be. They are another major world power that must be dealt with and we should tread lightly or else we risk another world war.


Federico Pieraccini wrote a great opinion piece in Strategic Culture, detailing the errors of Trump and Congress’ sabotaging of Russia relations.


Putin and Trump met three times in bilateral talks to talk about how to improve relations between the two nations. The ceasefire reached in southern Syria was an instrumental first step in a new trajectory for Washington and Moscow post-Cold War. Unfortunately, the Deep State did not like this so they asserted themselves to upend the president’s plans.


The repeated meetings by Trump and Putin were seen as some sort of collusion as opposed to a concerted effort to keep the world safe from another disastrous conflict. The last ceasefire in Syria reached by former Secretary of State John Kerry and Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, was sabotaged by the American Air Force’s bombing of Syrian troops at Deir ez-Zor, killing and injuring over 100 Syrian soldiers. The United States’ connection to the proliferation of terrorists in Syria has been well-documented and Trump has finally shut that shit down.


After the mid-June shooting down of the Syrian Su-22, any additional U.S. military assertion will be met with a harsh response from the Russians, risking an escalation that could very well lead to a spiraling conflict that we are not ready to handle.


Still, the U.S. Senate has ridiculously voted to approve new sanctions on Russia, the primary purpose of which is to deny Trump the ability to end sanctions on Russia without Moscow first demonstrating good will to resolve points of friction between the two countries.

“The areas of disagreement include the situation in Ukraine and Syria, nuclear weapons, an end to the alleged hacking of US elections, and the supposed intention of Moscow to invade the Baltic states. Obfuscation, lies and misinformation seem to be the driving force behind the Senate vote. The bill will end up on Trump’s desk, and at that point he will have to decide whether to sign it or not. If he signs it, it will obviously limit his autonomy,” so writes Pieraccini. He had no choice but to sign it. If he didn’t, he would be accused of colluding with the freaking Russians, even though we know that’s not the case.


President Trump unfortunately signed into law a new bill that imposes new sanctions against not only Russia, but also Iran and North Korea. The sanctions target Russia’s defense, intelligence, mining, shipping, rail, and energy industries. In addition, the law also limits Trump from easing any sanctions on Russia without any Congressional approval.


Despite Trump’s inspirational move to stop the funding and arming of Syrian rebels AKA terrorists in a blow to the CIA’s move to initiate regime change, it appears the Deep State still has quite a stranglehold on America’s foreign policy at the moment. Hello, McMaster!


America must have enemies at all times for the Deep State and the military industrial complex to survive. This requires major investments from corrupt politicians along with the rogue intelligence agencies that do what they please. The Deep State does not want peace with Russia. They want constant war and conflict and a warming of relations with our two most controversial allies in the Middle East: Saudi Arabia and Israel. These two countries have the most powerful lobbies in Washington DC, so it is no surprise that the Deep State caves to them. Both of these countries want to oust Assad from power, but Trump is realizing that Assad is very much needed to ensure stability in that chaotic region of the world.


Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev fired back on Wednesday, saying that the new bill leaves no hope for any improvement of relations between the U.S. and Russia. This is unfortunate because a rapprochement between the two most nuclear-armed nations would be a step toward peace in so many ways. Russia has also fired back by cutting the size of the American diplomatic staff in Russia by 755 starting September 1st.


Is this making America great again? Is this keeping the world safe and demanding respect abroad? No, it is caving to the damned Deep State that runs this country and it sickens me to cover this kind of ill-thought out strategy dealing with our “enemies.”


Trump has many options but likely no real choice with the Russia sanctions. He must deflect from the ridiculous Mueller-led investigation/witch hunt that is looking into nothing since we all know that Seth Rich leaked the emails and details to WikiLeaks and not Russia, despite the mainstream media hysteria over Trump and Fox News colluding to create this story out of thin air.


And if we want to get into foreign policy, Russia has been invited by Syria’s legitimate government, Bashar Al-Assad’s, while the American military has inserted itself without any approval from anyone, not even from the United Nations Security Council.


So will Trump be able to fight back against the Deep State and take control of his foreign policy yet again? Things do not look too promising at the moment. Are there more heads to roll? Will we see more coordination (not collusion) between Trump and Putin?


God, I hope so.

Amerika staat op de rand van een overdonderende schuldencrisis.

America Is on the Verge of a Thundering Debt Crisis

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POITOU, FRANCE – This is getting monotonous.

Another day, another record high for the Dow… now above the 22,000-point mark for the first time in history.

And based on the CAPE ratio – a valuation measure that compares stock prices to the average of the past 10 years of inflation-adjusted earnings – the S&P 500 is more expensive than it was right before the 1929 crash.

No volatility. No worries. If there is a train wreck coming, investors think they are all on the bus.

Debt Disaster

“Yes, stock prices keep going up… here in France, too,” said a wise man who came over for dinner last night.

“But I have a feeling it’s the same situation. You have Trump. We have Macron. Everybody’s looking for the situation to change. But it never does. Too many people like it the way it is.

“They’re the ones who get something from it. But our governments are spending too much money. Eventually, they’ll go broke and drag us down with them.”

We can’t improve on that assessment. But we can add to it.

This week, the U.S. Treasury Department released an estimate of its finances through the rest of the year. It showed that the feds would need to borrow more than $500 billion in the fourth quarter just to keep the bills paid.

This is more government borrowing in a shorter period of time than ever before – even during World War II.

This will mean two important things.

First, Congress will have to raise its $19.8 trillion debt limit.

Second, interest rates will go up.

For all its calm and nonchalance, it is hard to see the U.S. stock market can crash through both of these barriers without triggering the airbags.

Long Swing Downward

Yesterday, we looked at how the stock market tends to move in “primary trends” that can last decades.

The trend begins with the mavericks, who leave the herd and set out in their own direction.

Then, when others see it paying off, they join in. Finally, the least-informed investors crowd in at the end – buying the Nifty Fifty in the 1960s… or FAANGs (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google) and ETFs today – expecting to enjoy the gains of the last 20 or 30 years.

But then… something goes wrong. A crisis develops. And the long swing downward begins. A bearish primary trend takes over a bullish one.

For the next 10 years… 20 years… or longer (in Japan, investors are still waiting to break even after 27 years), investors are hurting.

Our own 10-Year Market Forecast – put together by former Value Line analyst Stephen Jones – looks at eight factors, including valuation, demographics, interest rates, consumer economics, and investment cycles.

As you can see, it predicts annual losses, after inflation, of 8.3% for the S&P 500 for the next 10 years.

Thundering Crisis

For illumination on the first crisis of this autumn, we turn to our friend David Stockman.

He was a member of Congress. Then he served in former President Reagan’s cabinet as his budget advisor. Then he moved to Wall Street, where he was frequently “in the room” when the big deals went down.

David has been watching Washington and Wall Street for 47 years. And now, like our old friend Richard Russell, he has well-sharpened instincts:

We are literally just weeks from a thundering crisis over the debt ceiling and continuing resolutions for fiscal year 2018 that will hit the casino like a ton of bricks.

That’s because it won’t last for just a few days or even weeks. A bruising, contentious struggle to keep the lights on in the Washington Monument, in fact, is about to become virtually a permanent condition in the Imperial City.

It will be a “bloodbath,” says David. The fiscal conservatives in Congress will demand tough concessions before raising the debt ceiling. This will lead Team Trump to turn to Democrats to get the votes they need.

This is already underway. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin – a donor to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama – is scheduled to meet with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, intending collusion.

But the Democrats, too, will want concessions… touching off a Stalingrad-type battle. Get-along, go-along Democrats and Republicans will come along together to try to exterminate holdout conservative hardliners.

Bond Bubble

So far, the only thing that gets bipartisan support is more spending for the military, as evidenced by this morning’s New York Times headline: “With Rare Unanimity, Senate Sends G.I. Bill Expansion to Trump.”

And when push comes to shove, Congress will get the job done on the budget ceiling, too; politicians know their real job: to enable the Deep State.

But when you suddenly add half a trillion dollars of government IOUs, you’re asking for trouble.

Specifically, adding demand for credit should have the opposite effect of the Fed’s recent quantitative easing (QE) programs, which added to the supply of it. Instead of going down, interest rates should go up.

Rising rates should halt the Fed’s move to “normalization” and spook the financial markets. Here’s former Fed chief Alan Greenspan:

By any measure, real long-term interest rates are much too low and therefore unsustainable. When they move higher they are likely to move reasonably fast. We are experiencing a bubble, not in stock prices but in bond prices. This is not discounted in the marketplace.

Will this be the beginning of the end… the end of the beginning… or just more of the middle, with stocks continuing to trudge drearily higher?

Stay tuned…




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Aangeleverd door: It’s Me

Blood Pressure Check: 49 Days / 7 Weeks – Where Are We?

Like a frog in a pot, sometimes we don’t realize how serious the situation is because we’ve grown accustomed to the temperature. We need a reality check.

Some observations

I know some are skeptical of the Revelation 12 Sign.  I get it, but stop and look around.  How long until something big goes pop?   Life at this pace and trajectory is unsustainable in the short-run.  We can’t keep on like this very long before one of these near misses becomes a huge disaster – WW3 or worse.

Wars and Rumors of Wars…

North Korea

Earlier this week it was reported that an Air France jet missed a collision with a North Korean ICBM by 10 minutes – Link

This week CNN and others reported “highly unusual” North Korean submarine activity.  Some believe North Korea is planning an ICBM launch from a submarine – Link

Russia and the U.S.
Some 55 days before September 23rd, Putin expels 755 U.S. diplomats – Newsweek
Trump signs Russian sanctions legislation – CNN
Russia warns U.S. on Syrian military action – NYT
Russia warns U.S. on North Korea – Washington Post
China and the U.S.

China warns U.S. on North Korea – The Telegraph

China warns U.S. over South China Sea Islands – BBC

Iran and the U.S.

Iran warns U.S. over Syria – New York Times

U.S. Posturing

Trump appoints General “Mad Dog” Mattis to Secretary of Defense – BBC

– If ever this world had a convergence of men at the ready to blow this world sky high and the capability to do so, now is the time.  Gone are reverence, humility and respect.


Luke 21:11 – 

There will be terrible earthquakes, famines, and dreadful diseases in various places. Terrifying sights and miraculous signs will come from the sky.

One version adds: “and winter, and cold, shall be protracted.”

Very large and odd cold weather system settles into the middle of the country – The Weather Channel

Unheard of head in the Pacific Northwest – CNN

Heavy storms in the Midwest and northeast – AccuWeather

India – dry in monsoon season – Link

Recently we were hearing about how bone dry California is, then Lake Tahoe was full, now wildfires and record temperatures.  Seems the earth is all over the charts.

Just a few years ago Texas and the Southeast were bone dry and just yesterday it was 70 degrees in Dallas at 5 PM in early August.  As a personal note: I put in a new St. Augustine yard last fall and have hardly had to water it since it has rained every few days for 10 months.  Very, very strange.

In May, 60,000 were evacuated from Moscow due to severe weather – The Weather Channel

In March it was reported that The Sea of Galilee was at it’s lowest level in 100 years – YouTube

AOL – Unusual weather pattern

Ecologic disaster

Fukushima fuel melt down confirmed (and there is no technology to address the clean up) – The Japan Times

TEPCO to release radioactive water from Fukushima where 777,000 tons are stored – The Japan Times

Fish, bird, bee and aquatic mass animal deaths are off the charts – link (seriously you should pay attention – this was prophesied in the book of Hosea.  With the world population exploding through exponential growth and animals dying by the millions we are fast approaching a critical impasse. Already a full third of the planet goes to bed hungry or is starving.)

Not to mention the ecological dead zones and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (larger than the state of Texas) that are killing the oceans.

Political stalemate

This needs little introduction, yet still billions hope in Washington, London, Brussels, Moscow, Tehran, Tokyo, Beijing.  Stunning that hope remains for these feckless corrupt institutions.

Economic collision

Another topic that needs no introduction.  Debt across the world is astronomical, with no hope of curbing its growth, balancing the budget or paying down outstanding obligations, much less meeting unfunded liabilities.

Still the DOW crossed 22,000 this week and everyone said hooray!

Infrastructure collision

Ask the MTA and LIRR riders in NYC if the infrastructure can be counted on – CBS NY

A number of other reports suggest national and international infrastructure is on the verge of collapse.

“What could go wrong?  We’ll be fine!”  Conversely one might want to repent quickly.

Turn to the prophetic

Don’t forget the July post where we listed 70 prophetic signs that highlight the lateness of the hour. Link

The stage is set.  The actors are in place.  Of late the murders, riots and disturbance at the Temple Mount have moved the needle farther forward.

Now there are signs in the sun, moon and stars.


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