Gilad Atzmon: Was the Massacre in Norway a reaction to BDS?

Just saw the following by another courageous Israeli (or former Israeli at least) as we won’t see this motivation for the Norway attacks mentioned in our news (I am sure of that!) as Gilad gave up his Israeli citizenship and is a famous Jazz musician (based out of London) in Europe!:
Gilad Atzmon: Was the Massacre in Norway a reaction to BDS?

Report: Norwegian Murderer an Ardent Supporter of Israel

‘Zionist trail in Norway terror attacks’

Norway youths discussed Palestine prior to attack

The grumpy diplomats of the rogue state (by Ilan Pappe)

Israel detained more than 3,000 Palestinian children in 5 years

Even General David Petraeus (now head of the CIA) conveyed that US support of Israel against the Palestinians is a threat to US!

General Petraeus Leaked Emails about Israel:

6 Responses to “Gilad Atzmon: Was the Massacre in Norway a reaction to BDS?”

  • Patriot says:

    Via Twitter @MJayRosenberg These Aryan Israel lovers like Oslo monster would have been Nazis in WW2. Or KKK here. See CUFI, #p2 #Israel

  • Jeanne says:

    Excellent observation from MJ Rosenberg — that these white, Aryan supremicists would have been Nazis in WWII — they are always threatened by “others” who are not like themselves. In the US, we have a long history of those who use violence against “others” — for many years it was the KKK that killed Negroes, Jews and minorities — now we have the militas in MI, ID etc. Along with their hate of “others”, they have a love of guns which makes them a dangerous cocktail. Their new hate is Muslims — and those hate mongers(such as Pam Geller, Spencer etc.) who incite these gun loving, hate mongers are a danger to us all.

  • Patriot says:

    Exactly right, Jeanne. Very concerning indeed!

    Neocons and Muslim Haters (by Philip Giraldi):

    Killings in Norway Spotlight Anti-Muslim Thought in U.S.

    The Wall Street Journal (which is neocon influenced) And Jerusalem Post Publish Editorials Saying Norwegian Terrorist Had A Point

  • Patriot says:

    Following by USS Liberty survivor Ron Kukal:

    Ron wrote:

    Here is exactly the reason that Israel is going to cause WWIII, and we try to pattern ourselves after them. We are war like there

    is no doubt and a carbon copy of the IDF in mnay ways. That ladies and gentlemen is why we invited our own country to be attacked,

    and there will most likely be more of it. Israel is becoming more isolated all the time. Norway is a peace loving country.

    —– Original message —–

    Date: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 11:10 AM
    Subject: Norwegian victims ?got what they deserved,? say some Israeli commenters


    Norwegian victims ‘got what they deserved,’ say some Israeli commenters
    by Philip Weiss on July 26, 2011

    Remember when they kept saying that some Palestinians cheered the 9/11 attacks? Well, JJ Goldberg has a thorough report in the Forward on nasty sentiment throughout Hebrew websites in Israel, Israelis saying Norway got what it deserved because of its pro-Palestinian positions. This is true self-isolation. Excerpt:
    And I do mean nasty: Judging by the comments sections on the main Hebrew websites, the main questions under debate seem to be whether Norwegians deserve any sympathy from Israelis given the country’s pro-Palestinian policies, whether the killer deserves any sympathy given his self-declared intention of fighting Islamic extremism and, perhaps ironically, whether calling attention to this debate is in itself an anti-Israel or anti-Semitic act.

    The debate seems to be taking place almost entirely on Hebrew websites. There’s a bit of bile popping up on the English-language Jerusalem Post site as well (for example, there are a handful of choice comments of a now-they’ll-know-what-it-feels-like variety following this Post news article reporting on Israel’s official offer of sympathy and aid). In Hebrew, though, no holds are barred. I’ve translated some of the back-and-forth from the Ynet and Maariv websites below, to give you taste.

    The debate exploded aboveground on Saturday in an opinion essay at Ynet (in Hebrew only) by Ziv Lenchner, a left-leaning Tel Aviv artist and one of Ynet’s large, bipartisan stable of columnists. It’s called “Dancing the Hora on Norwegian Blood.” He argues that the comment sections on news websites are a fair barometer of public sentiment (a questionable premise) and that the overwhelming response is schadenfreude, pleasure at Norway’s pain. As I’ll show below, that judgment seems pretty accurate.

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