US Imperialism...how much more?

Monday, May 20, 2013

Oliver Stone's Untold History of the US- Where are the Jews?




















I've watched about a hundred interviews now on Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States. I also was present for a film screening in my area and Q&A session with Stone, Peter Kuznick and Daniel Ellsberg.

The mere mentioned of Israel is conspicuously absent. Nothing good is said about Israel and nothing bad about Israel escapes anyone's lips when they discuss the history. It's as if Israel is some tiny, quite little religious nook in the Middle East minding it's own business, not worth even a mention.

 Stone discussed JFK in a few interviews but what about the Jewish assassination of General George Patton?  When they were running down the list of countries with nuclear weapons they could have included Israel. Nary a peep. It came to my attention with the movie Avatar that the US military/imperialism can be portrayed evil, but we all know that those soldiers could not have been Israeli. It just wouldn't happen. Oh, in real life they would have been there, somewhere. But only Jews can talk about themselves or each other, portray themselves as they see fit, make movies about the "holocaust" and invent Israeli heroes in occupied Palestine. No non Jew can even say "Jew."
So this is how Stone got his movie out. Exposing the US and our criminals is allowed. Keep the Jews out of it, they are busy worshiping God and trying to defend themselves against the anti-Semites.
"We told the authorities in London; we shall be in Palestine whether you want us there or not. You may speed up or slow down our coming, but it would be better for you to help us, otherwise our constructive force will turn into a destructive one that will bring about ferment in the entire world."
 
(Judishe Rundschau, #4, 1920, Germany, by Chaim Weismann, Zionist leader)
That was in 1920: where did this power to threaten the world come from? How is it possible that the Jew has no role in US and world history the last hundred years?




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