A talk given in Geneva, Switzerland 20,3,14
2nd segment of a a debate between Jewish Settler politician David Rubin and jazz artist Gilad Atzmon on Richie Allen Show /PVT (3/12/13). It doesn't take too long before the settler runs away. All it takes is jus a bit of 'in your face' truth...
And here is the first segment of the same debate:
Atzmon's talk starts around 5:50 min just after Prof' Bernhard Uhde's introduction (German).
The talk elaborates on the meaning of time and temporality within the context of Jewish identity politics, Israeli brutality and even crypto Zionists' (aka Jewish 'anti' Zionists) spin
Time is of the essence!!!
(A talk given at the 'Palestine, Israel, Germany- The Boundaries of Open Discussion Conference’, Freiburg 11th September 2011)
This film is dedicated to the so-called Jewish 'anti' Zionists who were harassing and detracting us ahead of the Freiburg Conference ('Palestine, Israel and Germany - Boundaries of Open Discussion). Ideally, we would like to see many Jews contributing to the discourse rather than attempting to dismantle it. However, we will prevail!!!
Gilad Atzmon: 'I Have a Reputation for Being a Suicidal Activist'
Frank Talk About Israel from one who knows... Includes footage from Gilad's recent talk in Germany.
Gilad Atzmon photo courtesy: MyCatBirdSeat.com
(SALEM / STUTTGART) - Born in Israel; Gilad Atzmon is the musical note from a song of peace that binds our solidarity and builds strength for the freedom of Palestine. I wish I could say the same for more people born in Israel.
I often tell people that the strongest voices in the struggle to free Palestine come from our Jewish brothers and sisters who remain absolutely steadfast in their belief that at the end of the day, we are all exactly the same as human beings. To be clear, Gilad is no longer Jewish; but the point remains.
Most men would be happy to overflow with musical talent the way Gilad does, but these days music is his tool for world peace; more so than an ultimate goal. His stunning career as a musician, particularly as an alto sax player, spans a list of notoriety. Gilad has worked with Ian Dury, Robbie Williams, Sinead O'Connor, Paul McCartney and many others. Today, along with Eddie Hick on Drums, Yaron Stavi and Frank Harrison, Gilad is a member of the Orient House Ensemble.
That would indeed be a life's journey for most, but Gilad's real measurable passion is with the Palestinian people and his goal is their restoration. Like all activists in this regard, Gilad has his critics; though there is not a soul in the ranks of the dedicated who do not admire him.