Thursday, July 15, 2010

Revisionism is the means towards a better future

by Gilad Atzmon

At the moment our history books are sealed and cemented. We cannot engage in a real study of our most relevant past and we are therefore denied the right to consider its meaning.

Consequently, we have failed to encompass the real ethical meaning of world war II and the holocaust in particular. Similarly, we are silenced when it comes to the events that led towards the 2nd Iraq War. We are supposed to wait for the current Iraq Inquiry with the almost absurd hope that rabid Zionist Martin Gilbert will be kind enough to show us the truth.

With history being squashed it is hardly surprising that the same people who flattened Hamburg, Pforzheim, Dresden, Hiroshima and Nagasaki continued to do the same in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq.

Similarly, the same lobbies that pushed Britain and America to a deadly confrontation with the Mulsim world are now pushing us to flatten Iran.
To save the world and to bring peace about, we must learn our past and we must be free to so. Revisionism is the means towards a better future.

1 comment:

Fooled Once said...

Even though the mainstream media have blocked open discussion of who got the US into the second (and first) Gulf Wars and how, some books have come out on the subject, of which I think the best may be Guilt by Association by Jeff Gates.

Highly recommended, in any case. Names names and groups, as well (except in the title)!