Atzmon doesn’t merely lacerate the post-Fukuyama developments in the metaphysical crisis currently gripping an increasingly hysterical liberal western establishment, but instead explains the root of these problems from the perspective of an historic prism illuminated through a combination of late-modern cultural analysis and Atzmon’s own unique trials and tribulations with the crises inherent in intra-Zionist Jewish identity.Read More
"Being in Time" is a peripatetic walk, from the man who brought us The Wandering Who, through the present post-political narrative. Intended to make the ideologies driving the narrative available to all, thereby depriving it of its power, the book takes us on path to build moral courage...Read More
The working people are dependent upon production, trade and manufacturing. They know that it is the capitalists, the bankers and the mammonites and not the union leaders who put bread and butter on their tables. This is why they vote for Trump, Macron and May.Read More
100 years after the Balfour Declaration, Palestinian solidarity enthusiasts choose to avoid discussion on the global Judeo-centric politics that led to the declaration. This reluctance suggests that the solidarity movement is itself an occupied territory. Once again, we observe that the discourse of the oppressed is controlled by the sensitivities of the oppressor.Read More
We spoke about history revisionism (holocaust, Nakba etc.), Jewish controlled opposition, 911 and the truth movement, Breitbart's duplicity, Ted being Jerusalemites, JVP, Mondoweiss & the Jewish solidarity spin, Jewish mothers and many other hot topics.Read More
I find this precious admission -by none other than the handler himself bragging about his role in “engineering” Palestinian actions and reaction, I find it horrifically disturbing yet not all surprising, in fact it offers a profound confirmation to all what I have had suspected and have been writing about all alongRead More
Being a guest on Munir Muhammad's TV show is always the highlight of my American tours. We spoke about everything, Israel, Palestine, Jewish power, the depravation in America and the workless class...
Gilad Atzmon will be speaking at the Hungarian Cultural Alliance on May 8th at 7:00 PM
1827 S. Hope Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90015Read More
This week, five years after the original call for my disavowal, we learn from Jewish ‘anti’- Zionist, Tony Greenstein, that it was he who “engineered” the whole thing. Is it possible that the person who runs Electronic Intifada is, In fact, handled by a Jewish puppeteer?Read More
Despite the desperate attempts by Jewish ethnic activists to sabotage the Post Political Conference at Theatre 80, the intellectual gathering was a great success. I would like to use this opportunity to thank theatre owner Lorcan Otway for taking a firm position on freedom of speech and elementary rights. I would also want to express my gratitude to Joe Friendly who has been documenting NYC dissent for many years. Last but not least, my admiration to the supporters of freedom who joined us last Sunday.Read More
The Post Political Condition
Trump, Brexit, the Middle East… What Next?
5 pm an extended panel discussion, then a jazz concert from 9 pm
5pm Sunday, 30 April
Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place
New York, NY 10003
$10 suggested donation, cash only at the door
On 30 April human rights lawyer Stanley Cohen, history professor Norton Mezvinsky, whistleblower Michael Lesher and author Gilad Atzmon will gather in Theatre 80, Manhattan to elaborate on the collapse of Identity politics, the crisis within new Left thinking and the future of liberal and progressive thought.
Tom Kiely – Opening Words
Stanley Cohen: The Insular View of the American Left
Professor Norton Mezvinsky: The Quagmire of Current Political Terminology in U.S. Society
Michael Lesher – Jewish Identity vs. Jewish Religion
Gilad Atzmon: The Tyranny of Correctness – deconstructing identity politics and understanding its origin
Things are warming up in Manhattan East Village ahead of our 30 April Conference at Theatre 80. Theatre owner Lorcan Otway, keeps holding a firm position: he announced again and again that he won’t surrender to calls for censorship. I spent some time with this heroic, scholarly oriented human being. He deserves every possible support. If it isn’t for me, be there on Sunday at 5PM to support Lorcan and his staunch position on freedom and the 1st Amendment.
Meanwhile The Villager confirms that some Antifas may appear in the scene. Considering the reputation the Antifa bought itself in recent years, this news should be probably interpreted as a form of intimidation.Read More
The truth of the matter is that Dershowitz was an elementary part of my marketing strategy. We worked very well together. He was my favourite enemy. The man is known to be a compulsive liar and easy to rebut. His constant frenzy is amusing on the verge of proper entertainment. Out of the Jewish media ghetto Dershowitz is largely perceived as a clown. The ardent Zionist has managed to sell thousands of copies of The Wandering Who? The more he engaged in my destruction the more he made himself into the archetypical ‘wandering who’. Dershowitz was my best publicity asset. He will be missed. I actually lament his defeat.Read More
I think that time is ripe for the rest of us to know what questions Jonathan Ofir (an Israeli dissiden voice) would prefer to avoid. And if offir has a drop of integrity in his system he may want to answers these questions at least to himself.Read More
Hello everybody. I am in the USA once again. In the next 2 weeks I will be touring talking about my forthcoming book Being in Time - A Post Political Manifesto. I will also play concerts in between,Read More
GA: Ahead of our 30 April conference at Theatre 80 and following the desperate calls for censorship of the event Stanley Cohen wrote this wonderful piece on Counterpunch today. Please read and spread...Read More
Here is an old Jewish Joke:
What's the difference between a Jewish Mother and a Rottweiler?
Eventually the Rottweiler lets go!
But Blitzer won’t let go.
Watch this disgusting CNN interview...Read More
Yesterday we learned that Israeli right-wing activists threw a free barbecue outside a military prison in the West Bank, where Palestinian inmates are currently taking part in a mass hunger strike. Such a barbarian act is pretty revealing. It points to the Israeli activists’ complete lack of human empathy and compassion.Read More