Gilad Atzmon’s Thoughts on Balfour’s ‘Declaration’

The Balfour Declaration - One Hundred Years of (Goyim) Solitude November 08, 2017   Gilad Atzmon A talk given at Keep Talking gathering in London,  7 November 2017 By Gilad Atzmon

     In Heidegger and the Jews,  the French philosopher Jean-Francois Lyotard points out that history claims to narrate the past but, in practice, what it does is conceal our collective shame.  The Americans conceal slavery and imperial genocidal aggression, the Brits conceal their colonial blunders, the Jews turn their eyes away from anything that may have contributed to turning  Jewish history into an extended shoah.  The real historian, claims Lyotard, is there to unveil the shame.  This week marks 100 years since the Balfour declaration and today I will try to touch upon your shame, my shame, our shame.  We will try to figure out what the history of the so-called  Balfour ‘Declaration’ is there to conceal.

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     In one of his papers C.H. Douglas wrote of written history as being five percent fact and ninety five percent opinion.  I was reminded of this observation whilst reading of the reports about the Balfour Declaration, the Battle of Beersheba, the establishment of the state of Israel and the on-going plight of the Palestinians.

The Balfour Declaration      A public statement issued by the British government during World War I announcing support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine.     On November 2, 1917, Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour writes a letter to Britain’s most illustrious Jewish citizen, Baron Lionel Walter Rothschild, expressing the British government’s support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine.

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It would be worth while in looking at what is happening in Canada and the move for COMPELLED SPEECHFrom Jordan B. Peterson: 

Recently, the Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario) has made major revisions to their requirements for the annual submission for legal practitioners in that province. As part of a five-part strategic program known as “Accelerating Culture Shift,” all lawyers are now required to write, submit and abide by a “Statement of Principles.” The details can be viewed here -- a site which indicates what lawyers now need to “KNOW AND DO” (caps in the original) for 2017.

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America (read Australia) A Captured Nation

     Whilst the following is aimed at America, it applies equally well in Australia.  Our politicians have succumbed to the temptations of evil Power and are dragging us along with them!

     Whose fault is that? It is the voting public of Australia! We must be accountable for how we vote and this means taking responsibility for the results and not blaming politicians or political parties.

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Internet Censorship

Wallace Klinck writes:

     Not surprised—especially after watching the U.S. hearings earlier today.  They are challenged to effect censorship without revealing it to the general public and I am sure will use any subterfuge which they think they can get away with.  I am much afraid that the Internet is in process of being “scrubbed”.  A criminal tragedy.     Read further here:


     We have followed David Pascoe’s Facebook page for quite a while and think this issue he raises would be of great interest to our Queensland readers as a State election is now underway.


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Episode 32 – Compelled Speech – Law Society of Ontario by Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

     Part 1 of this podcast is the video “A Call to Rebellion for Ontario Legal Professionals”:


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Wow, just wow. Some scientists and their egos. Sheesh.

Anthony Watts

Michael Shellenberger writes:     Stanford University professor Mark Z. Jacobson has filed a lawsuit*ML-kBXdu-nG8MBIhbdYJrOmxNJ7QYe-9D0Xyr4A, demanding $10 million in damages, against the peer-reviewed scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) and a group of eminent scientists (Clack et al.) for their study showing that Jacobson made improper assumptions in order to claim that he had demonstrated U.S. energy could be provided exclusively by renewable energy, primarily wind, water, and solar.

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U.S. Military is the Largest Employer in the World By Sue Chang

     October 31, 2017 “Information Clearing House” - Travel on Uncle Sam’s dime and have taxpayers pay for your education—these are some of the perks offered by the U.S. military, and it appears its recruiting strategy is effective.

     The U.S. Department of Defense has been named the largest employer in the world with 3.2 million employees on its payroll, according to the World Economic Forum.

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Another politician’s eligibility ‘under a cloud’

     A week ago the High Court handed down its ruling on the status of certain politicians and their dual citizenship - and since then another has been placed in doubt. This time it is a Tasmanian Liberal.  It all began when a West Australian lawyer set ‘the wheels in motion’.  (Tom Rabe, AAP October 28, 2017)

Man behind citizenship scandal speaks out

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Hiding A Military Dictatorship By Brother Nathanael

Copyright 2017

‘Drones over the homeland,’ and the Pentagon’s domestic fleet flies the unfriendly skies.

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A Summary of Australian Taxes.

Not one of these taxes existed 100 years ago, & our nation was one of the most prosperous in the world.We had absolutely no national debt, had the largest middle class in the world, and Mom, if agreed, stayed home to raise the kids. What in the heck happened? Can you spell ‘politicians?’I hope this goes around Australia at least 832 times and more! GO AHEAD. . . BE AUSTRALIAN make these people redundant at the next election!

PAYG – Pay as you go tax

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Adani: DFAT facing questions over possible secret requests for foreign cash to fund controversial mine     Exclusive by the National Reporting Team’s Alexandra Blucher and Mark Willacy

     Key federal crossbenchers will today grill senior government bureaucrats about possible secret approaches to foreign agencies for financial support for Adani’s controversial Carmichael coal mine. Key points:

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Clinton, Assange and the war on truth     By John Pilger Posted Monday, 23 October 2017     On 16 October, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation aired an interview with Hillary Clinton: one of many to promote her score-settling book about why she was not elected President of the United States.

     Wading through the Clinton book, What Happened, is an unpleasant experience, like a stomach upset. Smears and tears. Threats and enemies. “They” (voters) were brainwashed and herded against her by the odious Donald Trump in cahoots with sinister Slavs sent from the great darkness known as Russia, assisted by an Australian “nihilist”, Julian Assange.

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Steve Bannon calls George W. Bush Presidency the most “destructive” in history

     Steve Bannon  has launched a scathing attack on George W Bush, calling his presidency the most “destructive” in history.      The former White House adviser made the remarks following Mr Bush’s speech in New York earlier this week, in which he denounced bigotry in Trump-era American politics and warned that the rise of “nativism” had clouded the nation’s true identity.     Mr Bannon told the California Republican Party convention Mr Bush had embarrassed himself and did not know what he was talking about.     Read further here....

What Is Sustainable Development?

Posted: 21 Oct 2017 06:19 AM PDT     We’ve all heard of “sustainable development,” but what does it actually mean?  Is it really about protecting the earth, or is it just another tool for foisting an agenda of carbon eugenics and technocracy? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we rip off the green mask of the oiligarchs and expose the 2030 Agenda for what it really is.

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Investigation: Barnaby’s gas bonanza and the pervading influence of the gas lobby

Posted by Sandi Keane  | Oct 10, 2017 | Energy, Government

     Gas companies weigh a heavy influence over Australia’s political leadership. As the horror show over high gas prices unfolds, Big Gas Con whistleblower and analyst, Simone Marsh, reports on National Party donations, the gas lobby, the “revolving doors” between industry and politics, and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and his land parcel at Narrabri where Santos is planning to drill. This is the first of a two-part series.

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Bishop Richard Williamson, Eleison Comments, 14 October 2017 :Source:

     When people suffer, then it is they learn.
 Here’s why the West will have to crash and burn!

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Letter-to-the-Editor - Part Time Power

Solar power only works while the sun shines – it is part-time power.Wind power only works when suitable winds blows – also part-time power.Batteries only work when charged – part-time power again.Hydro fails in droughts – more part-time power.And using full-time power like gas to fill the inevitable supply gaps from part-time power forces backup gas to operate like part-time power.Moreover, on sunny windy days, wind and solar generators spew out electricity at little extra cost. These erratic surges of part-time power drive electricity prices so low that even low-cost full-time producers like coal cannot operate profitably at those times. They are throttled back and forced to operate as yet another part-time power plant.

     24/7 electricity users such as hospitals, trains, factories, refineries, fuel and water pumps, cash registers, infrastructure and mines cannot operate on part-time electricity.

     Moreover, every part-time power producer (using sun, wind, batteries, hydro, gas or coal) consumes money full-time for operations, standby, maintenance and replacement. Each also has to fund its own specialised generators, transmission lines, access roads and workforce. Electricity becomes both unreliable and expensive, and consumers suffer.

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China’s Pivot to World Markets, Washington’s Pivot to World Wars… And the Debacle of the Latin American Left By Prof. James Petras, Global Research, October 15, 2017

     China and the United States are moving in polar opposite directions: Beijing is rapidly becoming the center of overseas investments in high tech industries, including robotics, nuclear energy and advanced machinery with collaboration from centers of technological excellence, like Germany.

     In contrast, Washington is pursuing a predatory military pivot to the least productive regions with collaboration from its most barbaric allies, like Saudi Arabia.

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