Tuesday, May 22, 2007

MSNBC's CosmicLog and Things Zionist and Einstein

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

http://www.jewishracism.com

I invite my readers to observe events on the message board dubbed "Cosmic Log" to witness how many of Einstein's defenders obfuscate issues Einstein and rely upon personal attack and innuendo, instead of reasoned and responsible argument.

http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2006/11/27/15908.aspx

I have submitted the following response, and note that one of my previous submissions has not appeared, though it is quoted in one of my previous blogs:

Note that Allen Esterson, in his desperation to shoot the messenger and avoid the message, has not once attempted to address my factually based arguments regarding Mileva Maric. Instead, he hopes and prays that the statements I have made on other issues, and supported with thousands of pages of documentation, will shock the uninformed reader. Esterson only cursorily addresses that evidence in some instances, while completely ignoring it in others. He opts to mine for points he believes he can show to be weak, but even there fails to refute my arguments, but instead offers up his groundless opinion that the facts just are not good enough for him, though they represent precisely what I have contended they represent, and Esterson has nowhere shown otherwise.

Why are the issues of Zionism, Jews, Judaists and Jewish and Zionist racism so fascinating for our Allen Esterson, and why does he race (no pun intended) to Einstein's defense instead of condemning Einstein for Einstein's virulent racism and segregationism? Why does Esterson ignore the many racist things Albert Einstein stated, for example Einstein's assertion, which is a commonly expressed racist Zionist myth, that anti-Semitism is good for the Jews, in that it keeps Jews segregated?

In search of answers to these questions, I found that Allen Esterson wrote the following Herzlian Zionist nonsense:

"Posted by: Allen Esterson at Aug 4, 2005 5:02:25 PM [***] Whether you prefer to think of anti-Semitism as a virus or a cancer, the reality is that almost two thousand years of bloody and bitter history has shown that it is utterly incurable, and thus, the only really effective method of combating anti-Semitism is not the JDL or the courts but aliya."

Esterson also stated:

"Posted by: Allen Esterson at Aug 4, 2005 5:50:11 PM [***] And I don't believe it's incorrect to describe Islamist theocratic aspirations as at least akin to fascism."

These quotations are found here:

http://dailyablution.blogs.com/the_daily_ablution/2005/08/emigration_deba.html

In reference to his first point, I note that Esterson posts from London. America has never been a hotbed of anti-Semitism, in part because Zionist Jews have never made a concerted effort to sponsor anti-Semitism in America, as they did in Germany when they funded Adolf Hitler and praised his segregationist policies. One way to combat anti-Semitism is to abandon such Zionist myths as the lie that anti-Semitism is inevitable and necessitates Jewish segregation in a "world ghetto"--to use Herzl's phrase, which lie is a defamation against all of humanity. There is nothing inherent in the DNA of Jews which would make Jews the natural and inevitable targets of hatred, nor is segregation any kind of a solution to anti-Semitism.

Esterson fails to acknowledge the fact that Judaist theocratic aspirations inspired Islam, and call for the enslavement of non-Jews, and a world-wide government ruled by a Jewish King from Jerusalem, as proven below. Is Esterson ignorant of Jewish messianic beliefs?

Esterson quotes a passage from one of my works, The Jewish Genocide of Armenian Christians, which states at pages 65-66:

"The Jewish genocide of Armenian Christians makes for a good case study of classical and cultural Jewish racism and Jewish deception. It demonstrates the highly developed Jewish arts of genocide, war and control of public opinion to do evil while appearing to be the victim, scapegoating others for Jewish crimes, etc."

http://www.jewishracism.com/JewishGenocide.pdf

Esterson omits to mention that I prove these facts in my books. I quote directly from Jewish texts which define the Jewish People as if a "chosen people" above all others (Deuteronomy 7:6), who must not intermarry or interbreed with allegedly inferior races (Exodus 34:16. Deuteronomy 7:2-3. Ezra 9. Nehemiah 9:2; 13:3, 23-30), which Jews are destined to rule the world (Exodus 19:5-6. Numbers 24:17-20; 33:50-56. Deuteronomy 7:6; 28:10. Psalm 2:1-12 (see also: Sukkah 52). Psalm 18:40-50; 72:8-11; 110:1-7. Isaiah 2:1-4; 9:6-7; 11:4, 9-10; 40:23; 42:1; 49:7, 23; 60:12; 61:6, 9; 65; 66. Jeremiah 3:17; 10:10. Ezekiel 39:17-18. Micah 4:2-3;17:16-17. Zechariah 8:20-23;14:9), and which Jews must exterminate the "Amalekites" (read Armenians) in an absolute murderous genocide (Exodus 17:14-16. Numbers 24:17-20. Deuteronomy 25:17-19. I Samuel 15:1-35. Malachi 1:1-14. Sanhedrin 20b), ultimately leaving only the "righteous" left alive, meaning obedient Jews and Goyim who slavishly submit to Jewish world rule and the Noahide Laws which forbid Christianity (Sanhedrin 56-60, 99. Zechariah 8:20-23. Shabbath 32b). I cite many examples of Jewish deception, including that of the crypto-Jew Esther, who committed genocide, and other crypto-Jews who committed genocide, most especially the "Young Turk" old Jews who perpetrated the Jewish genocide of Armenian Christians. I document Theodor Herzl's accounts that he would employ a corrupt "Jewish press" to control the fate of the Sultan of Turkey.

Esterson does not dispute the facts I present, nor does he question the logic of my conclusions. Does not Esterson find the Armenian Genocide an act of evil? Does he dispute the fact that it was perpetrated by crypto-Jews deceptively calling themselves "Young Turks"? Does he dispute the fact that today influential Jews and Jewish organizations are attempting to quiet talk of the Armenian Genocide, and have exercised undue influence in governments and media to do so? Why is Allen Esterson, who avers that Aliya is the only option for Jews to combat anti-Semitism, attempting to render my work taboo, when it has been so valuable to so many, including Alberto Martinez, upon whom Esterson relies?

Now onto Einstein's overt racism and his evil belief that anti-Semitism is good for Jews. I will pull a few of the many quotations by Einstein, and those who knew Einstein, found in my book The Manufacture and Sale of Saint Einstein, many of which passages appear in concentrated form here:

http://www.jewishracism.com/Albert_Einstein.pdf

and note that Esterson nowhere acknowledges the fact that I fully support my contentions regarding Einstein's virulent Zionist racism with verifiable facts:

"Anti-Semitism will be a psychological phenomenon as long as Jews come in contact with non-Jews—what harm can there be in that? Perhaps it is due to anti-Semitism that we survive as a race: at least that is what I believe."--A. Einstein, English translation by A. Engel, The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Volume 7, Document 37, Princeton University Press, (2002), p. 159.

"Antisemitism must be seen as a real thing, based on true hereditary qualities, even if for us Jews it is often unpleasant. I could well imagine that I myself would choose a Jew as my companion, given the choice. On the other hand I would consider it reasonable for the Jews themselves to collect the money to support Jewish research workers outside the universities and to provide them with teaching opportunities."--A. Einstein as quoted in M. Born, The Born-Einstein Letters, Walker and Company, New York, (1971), p. 16.

"[The Allied Powers] whose victory during the war I had felt would be by far the lesser evil are now proving to be only slightly the lesser evil. [***] I get most joy from the emergence of the Jewish state in Palestine. It does seem to me that our kinfolk really are more sympathetic (at least less brutal) than these horrid Europeans. Perhaps things can only improve if only the Chinese are left, who refer to all Europeans with the collective noun 'bandits.'"-- Letter from A. Einstein to Paul Ehrenfest of 22 March 1919, English translation by A. Hentschel, The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Volume 9, Document 10, Princeton Univsersity Press, (2004), pp. 9-10, at 10.

"With adults it is quite similar as with children. Due to race and temperament as well as traditions (which are only to a small extent of religious origin) they form a community more or less separate from non-Jews. [***] It is this basic community of race and tradition that I have in mind when I speak of 'Jewish nationality.' In my opinion, aversion to Jews is simply based upon the fact that Jews and non-Jews are different. [***] Where feelings are sufficiently vivid there is no shortage of reasons; and the feeling of aversion toward people of a foreign race with whom one has, more or less, to share daily life will emerge by necessity."--A. Einstein, English translation by A. Engel, The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Volume 7, Document 34, Princeton University Press, (2002), pp. 153-155, at 153-154.

"I am neither a German citizen, nor is there in me anything that can be described as 'Jewish faith.' But I am happy to belong to the Jewish people, even though I don't regard them as the Chosen People. Why don't we just let the Goy keep his anti-Semitism, while we preserve our love for the likes of us?"--A. Einstein quoted in A. Foelsing, English translation by E. Osers, Albert Einstein, a Biography, Viking, New York, (1997), p. 494.

"JUST WHAT IS A JEW? The formation of groups has an invigorating effect in all spheres of human striving, perhaps mostly due to the struggle between the convictions and aims represented by the different groups. The Jews, too, form such a group with a definite character of its own, and anti-Semitism is nothing but the antagonistic attitude produced in the non-Jews by the Jewish group. This is a normal social reaction. But for the political abuse resulting from it, it might never have been designated by a special name. What are the characteristics of the Jewish group? What, in the first place, is a Jew? There are no quick answers to this question. The most obvious answer would be the following: A Jew is a person professing the Jewish faith. The superficial character of this answer is easily recognized by means of a simple parallel. Let us ask the question: What is a snail? An answer similar in kind to the one given above might be: A snail is an animal inhabiting a snail shell. This answer is not altogether incorrect; nor, to be sure, is it exhaustive; for the snail shell happens to be but one of the material products of the snail. Similarly, the Jewish faith is but one of the characteristic products of the Jewish community. It is, furthermore, known that a snail can shed its shell without thereby ceasing to be a snail. The Jew who abandons his faith (in the formal sense of the word) is in a similar position. He remains a Jew. [***] WHERE OPPRESSION IS A STIMULUS [***] Perhaps even more than on its own tradition, the Jewish group has thrived on oppression and on the antagonism it has forever met in the world. Here undoubtedly lies one of the main reasons for its continued existence through so many thousands of years."--A. Einstein, "Why do They Hate the Jews?", Collier's, Volume 102, (26 November 1938); reprinted in Ideas and Opinions, Crown, New York, (1954), pp. 191-198, at 194, 196.

"To deny the Jew's nationality in the Diaspora is, indeed, deplorable. If one adopts the point of view of confining Jewish ethnical nationalism to Palestine, then one, to all intents and purposes, denies the existence of a Jewish people. In that case one should have the courage to carry through, in the quickest and most complete manner, entire assimilation. We live in a time of intense and perhaps exaggerated nationalism. But my Zionism does not exclude in me cosmopolitan views. I believe in the actuality of Jewish nationality, and I believe that every Jew has duties towards his coreligionists. [***] [T]he principal point is that Zionism must tend to strengthen the dignity and self-respect of the Jews in the Diaspora. I have always been annoyed by the undignified assimilationist cravings and strivings which I have observed in so many of my friends."--A. Einstein, "Jewish Nationalism and Anti-Semitism", The Jewish Chronicle, (17 June 1921), p. 16.