The Wondering Who

I feel I shall enjoy every single page of Gilads new book… The following is a copy of Gilads site (in case it gets attacked) by You Know Who.

The Wandering Who is Out This Week

Monday, October 3, 2011 at 2:12PM Gilad Atzmon

In the last weeks my new book The Wandering Who has received incredible  support from some of the most inspiring people around (see below). It is no secret that some very forceful elements have been investing a lot of effort trying to stop the book and its message. So far, they have failed.

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“Gilad Atzmon decided to open Pandora’s Box, and ignite a debate that has been frustratingly dormant for too long. His experiences are most authentic, views are hard-hitting, and, at times, provocative. It must be read and discussed.”  Ramzy Baroud,  Palestine Chronicle

“A transformative story told with unflinching integrity that all (especially Jews) who care about real peace, as well as their own identity, should not only read, but reflect upon and discuss widely.” Professor Richard Falk

‘Essential to an understanding of Jewish identity politics and the role they play on the world stage.’ Professor John J. Mearsheimer 

“Atzmon’s insight into the organism created by the Zionist movement is explosive.” Professor William A. Cook

“A pioneering work that deserves to be read and Gilad Atzmon is brave to write this book!” Dr. Samir Abed-Rabbo

“Gilad’s escape from spiritual claustrophobia towards a free and open humanitarianism is fearless” Robert Wyatt

“In his inimitable deadpan style, Atzmon identifies the abscess in the Jewish wisdom tooth – exilic tribalism – and pulls it out. Ouch!” Eric Walberg, Al Aharam Weekly

“It is more than an academic exercise. It is a revelation!” Lauren Booth, Press TV

“A brilliant analysis that makes what appear to be contradictions in Jewish identity based political behavior not only comprehensible but predictable.” Jeff Blankfort

“Atzmon has the courage – so profoundly lacking among Western intellectuals” Professor James Petras

“Having known Gilad for 25 years, I read the book in English, I heard it in Hebrew and reflected on it in Arabic. Gilad Atzmon is astonishingly courageous” Dr. Makram Khoury-Machool

“Gilad Atzmon is someone who encompasses what it means to be an intellectual.” Kim Petersen, Dissident Voice

“Gilad Atzmon is the Moses of our time, calling all of us out of the Egypt of our boneheaded nationalisms and racialisms and exceptionalisms and chosen-people-isms toward some form of humanistic universalism.”  Dr. Kevin Barrett

“Perhaps only a musician could have written this sensitive, perceptive lament over how so many Jews, believing themselves to be doing ‘what is good for the Jews,’ have managed to carve the heart out of the Palestinian nation and make this tragedy look like the natural order of things.” Kathleen  Christison

“Gilad’s The Wandering Who? would have been a welcome delight to Albert Einstein just as it will be the irritating nemesis for Abe Foxman ideologues.” Dr. Paul Balles 

“A book that will shake up a few people….” Gordon Duff

“Engaging, provocative and persuasive.’ Jeff Gates

“When you finish reading this book, you may likely as well see a different face in the mirror.” Professor Garrison Fewell

“The Wandering Who deconstructs the unique political identity that shapes the reality of the Jewish Nation and the crimes committed in its name. As a non-Jew, I found it illuminating!” Sameh Habeeb, Palestine Telegraph

“The Last Jewish Prophet”  Professor William T. Hathaway

“Atzmon is an iconoclast.” Dr.  Paul Larudee

A brilliant, courageous study as well as critical reflection on Jewish ethnocentrism” Rainlore’s World of Music

“Like all truth tellers of any merit Atzmon can expect the wrath of the powers that be and their minions as a reward for what he is exposing.   People like Atzmon will have played a vital role in saving us from ourselves if indeed we do manage to survive.  Love and respect to my brother Gilad Atzmon.” Ken O’Keefe

“The magical and yet extremely subtle gift that Gilad Atzmon offers through his personal journeys in The Wandering Who? is the wisdom of disillusionment.” Shahram Vahdany, MWC News

“Atzmon’s writing respects no sacred cows. His wit is biting, his insight and logic compelling.” Richard A. Siegel

“Sometimes a brash, abrasive provocateur is what is required as a catalyst for genuine debate.” Sunny Singh

“This is a very perceptive and instructive book” Roy Ratcliffe

Book Launch: A Panel Discussion on ‘Jewish Identity Politics’

Monday, 10th October, 2011, 7:30 pm

Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA

Zero Books invites you to a panel discussion on “Jewish Identity Politics” to launch Gilad Atzmon’s important new book The Wandering Who.

For more info click here.

For more information about Gilad’s tour (concerts & talks) click here.



5 Responses to “The Wondering Who”

  1. 1 lwtc247 October 4, 2011 at 11:47 pm

    I have never heard Gilad talk about this ‘israyhell’ or Zionism in terms of eschatology. I wonder if he will in the book?

  2. 2 Project October 10, 2011 at 12:45 am


    Just FYI:

    I became skeptical of Gilad Atzmon and stopped reading him, and citing him, and paying attention to him, after I had the following encounter with his opinion. Gilad never responded – which made me even more suspicious of him, because, ignoring the genuine critic, as opposed to the hegelian dialectic of dissent who typically remain in the limelight and carve out the dialog boundaries, is the first stage modus operandi shared by all hectoring hegeemons:

    Furthermore, when there is a love-fest around a dissent-chief making him an even a greater dissent-chief, I wonder what’s up.

    Often times, what’s up is what they are not saying.

    That’s called lying by omission. I have noted it as the characteristic trait of controlled dissent, fabricated dissent, and other ‘half-truth’ tellers.

    They tell half the story very diligently, because the half they tell is obviously often the truth.

    What they don’t tell is often more profound.

    The role of crafty omissions, lying by omissions to be precise, in fabricating propaganda was best captured by behaviorist and essayist Aldous Huxley in his Preface to Brave New World thusly:

    ‘The greatest triumphs of propaganda have been accomplished, not by doing something, but by refraining from doing. Great is truth, but still greater, from a practical point of view, is silence about truth. By simply not mentioning certain subjects, by lowering what Mr. Churchill calls an “iron curtain” between the masses and such facts or arguments as the local political bosses regard as undesirable, totalitarian propagandists have influenced opinion much more effectively than they could have done by the most eloquent denunciations, the most compelling of logical rebuttals. But silence is not enough. If persecution, liquidation and the other symptoms of social friction are to be avoided, the positive sides of propaganda must be made as effective as the negative.’ — Aldous Huxley, Preface (circa 1946) to Brave New World, 1931, Harper, pg. 11

    So what are the biggest critics of ‘israyhell’ all commonly silent on?

    Are you aware?

    And this includes, at least some of the most prominent names in the above list who are cheering the new edition to a bogus dialog.

    This is an outright bogus dialog ab initio. Just my opinion of course…. But I have written about this in a real dialog which has alas, remained only a monologue because no one wants to make it into a real dialog – the book-enders rule the dominant opinion-stream, both in the mainstream, and in dissentstream, and none of it can be understood without understanding the role of Hegelian Dialectic in the compositions of the Mighty Wurlitzer (which I am not going to leave a link for, but you can find it on my website if interested):


    Best wishes,

    Zahir Ebrahim

    • 3 lwtc247 October 11, 2011 at 8:34 am

      Zahir Ebrahim

      Thanks for the comment. I understand your feelings. An Iranian friend of mine (an anti-Zionist – you may not be surprised to hear) recently expressed some doubts about him too, and that surprised me somewhat.

      Anyway, Gilad and people like him (Pappe, Finklestein), i.e. Jews who denounce (some of the) the practice(s) of Zionism have special status simply because of the fact they are Jews who criticise many things associated with ZioJudaism, given that pro-Zionism has been lobbed upon the common folk for about 60 years now (or from the 1800’s – and earlier for those who’ve done their homework) and has received a large uptake.

      Nearly anyone/anything that takes on this monster is naturally cheered. Are there enemies within the gates? Of course, but as if you take from the good (that they do) and leave ot the bad, then their acts as a double-agent become largely counter-productive. Yes, sadly not most people do that and put these people on a pedestal where they can (and do) wreak maximum havoc.

      But it’s incredibly easy to be suspicious. There are respected commentators for example who seem to wonder if those who call themselves the “July 7th Truth” movement are controlled opposition. No doubt such people thinking that have their own good reasons for thinking that, but, I think it would be better to take from the good and leave out that which is bad. Sorry to be repetitive.

      Gilad is I’m sure incredibly busy. I was surprised he didn’t answer my question on this Israyhells role in Qiyama, but won’t allow that to then dictate what I think of him. I ask him again or try a different medium. If I did, I presume he would answer.

      “lying by omission” – that crime can be a identified and is occasionally valid, but I think there’s a pretty big chance innocent behaviour could be wrongly identified as this also. He is just one guy with little resources. Is it reasonable to expect him to address ALL points that ALL enquirers would ask?

      If that Q was in the context of a politician, Journalist, judge or (police)investigator then I’d say it is reasonable that they are expected to answer genuine serious enquiries but just one guy?

      I’d cut him some slack (but still retain suspicion) if I was you.

      You ask “So what are the biggest critics of ‘israyhell’ all commonly silent on?… Are you aware?” – I can think of several, but at the same time I’ll ask you what, if any, was the specific issue you had in mind?

      Link all you like Zahir. If my small readership go from here to think about the things you write about, then I’d be quite happy about that. Even if I we don’t hold all things in common.

  3. 4 Project October 28, 2011 at 7:57 pm


    Evidently fabricated dissent is a hard concept to understand for most people. In fact it is a hard concept. Especially for good people to comprehend because they cannot conceive of such villainous deception.

    Innocent of knowledge is a great excuse which both, the manufactureres of dissent, and their ardent supporters use to support their heroes. Such innocent while often genuine in ordinary people, is entirely manufactured among heroes and hero-worshippers. It is what enables creating legends, and legendary figures.

    I have discovered a wonderful touchstone which slices throught the heart of that con-game. Can I share it with you?

    Aacts speak louder than words. That evidently, and empirically, is the only fine distinguisher between fabricated dissent for whatever reason, including self-delusion and ego-gratification, to misleading people (all of which I attribute to Gilad Atzmon), and genuine people of conscience who instead of making their living narrating the plight of victims, sacrifice themselves to protect the victims.

    Let’s see that record of acts for this Jewish/atheist Dr. of conscience, Gilad Atzmon.

    I would like to see what percentage of his earnings from concerts and books he donates to the Palestinians, what percentage he uses to pay his own bills.

    Dissent is a gravy-train my friend. Many have turned it into a source of livelihood. Does that bill fit Gilat Atzmon? I am sure you can think for yourself, seek evidence for yourself, and reach your own determination without any help from em.

    Being innocent of knowledge is a great way to go through life for the guilty, often with bloody hands with piety stamped upon their forehead. But of little use for the honest and unsaintly. Hypcrites for that very reason are more vile than murderers whom all recognize easily. The hypocrite comes as your friend with a poisoned apple in one hand, and a dagger in the other – meaning there is no benefit in taking anything from him or her.

    I have written a lot about all this, especially about this gravy-train of feelgood-livelyhood that the vast majority of Western dissent is on. Who knows if they are on an ego-trip, or getting their marching orders from Hasbara, or the Rand. But they are easy to dismantle on the anvil of acts. If you are interested, I am sure you can find my work in that area (Google my name with +chris hedges).

    Btw, I dont’ leave a link here for others’ edification. But for your own :-) It is obvious that you didn’t visit whatever I had already left because it would have led you to answer that question I had also left you – for yourself.

    In any case, thank you for your own outspokenness. You can readily see, I am sure, that the “al furqan” I leave here is an irrefutable touchstone. And especially, when you apply it to your own good self, you will readily see not just its prima facie veracity, but also its forensic veracity!

    Put Gilad Atzmon, and everyone else you learn from, including your ownself, your family, your teachers, your “prophets”, on that “al furqan” and it will almost trivially separate the chaff from the wheat for you in most cases. Sometimes even that is not sufficient however. Especially in this modernity when deception is a state of mind and the mind of state. Lofty acts can be fabricated in no less an easy measure than lofty words to craft noble chieftains for the flock. But in this particualr instance, thus far at least, it evidently is pretty sufficient.


    Zahir Ebrahim

  4. 5 lwtc247 October 29, 2011 at 9:38 am

    Salam again.

    Do you really think he’s a part of the control-machine (I believe you call it the mighty wurlitzer)? He could well be – who really knows? But actually we have no evidence either way. Yes, words are cheap, and to other observers of this blog, look that scum sucker Barack Obama, a perfect contemporary example from the swamp of killer-liars.

    Do actions alone form the litmus test? Well I’d say they bring a huge level of confidence that a ‘activist’ is the real deal, but thing is, people in this labour-saving white-box world just plain lazy. Once their needs are met (or reasonably catered for) then ideology takes a back seat, entertainment takes over. The will for physical struggle gathers dust on the shelves, all that’s left is writing. This is especially so in academia where people claiming to be Doctors and Professors know of virtually nothing else other than talking/writing. But speaking out these days has it’s pitfalls. Especially if what you say puts you in the cross-hairs of the chosen people. Given physical acts have died a lonely death, these days it’s speaking out that has become the revolutionary act. Physical struggles are much better I agree, but we both know, words do have the power to stir the masses. Isn’t that why the masters spend so much time pumping out their propaganda? Isn’t it why both of us spend so much time on our reading/writing? I admit I am on occasions lazy to take up the fight in a physical manner. Perhaps I should be organising physical struggle, in it’s many forms.

    Fair enough, a lot of those dissenting word-smiths are just plain liars, or ignorant self-censoring fools, out there to deceive and direct the masses – consciously or not, but we can suspicious of anyone – even real people of truth – of which I am sure there are some. There’s another blog I used to visit that proved to facilitate a front for smearing everyone and everything outside of its clique. It was/is very destructive and gets nowhere – in fact worse than that, it retards progress other than that of the aforementioned ‘family favourites’. The person behind this site totally ripped into someone without giving the person the slightest chance to try and scotch those ill founded spiteful and preconceived hostility. It turned my stomach as did it’s snide little attacks on religious faith.

    But I still believe the best way to deal with potential agent saboteurs / plants / moles etc, is to take the good about what the say (and Atzmon does indeed take a good axe to this virulent disease called Zionism/Israyhell). However, when he says things that are a bit suspect, we should just ignore him or better still challenge him on what he says. Chomsky, Zinn, N.Klein, Hedges… the whole ACLU camp (no punn inteneded), the lot of them. I think their apples are only poisoned if we let them be, Really, it’s the hidden dagger that warrants our caution.

    If one was to use Atzmons financial acts as the yard-stick as to his sincerity, one should find out what those finances are before jumping the gun. But where do we draw the line? What level of financial assistance is necessary? The EU and even the US “give” money to (certain) Palestinians, yet even if Fatah, the chief recipient, was to challenge Israyhell instead of legitimising Israyhells theft, they would still probably get money from the EU etc.

    I get the impression you think I am falling for the deceptions of the permitted opposition. Again I’d like to tell you my methodology. I take the things they say – the ones that are a needle in the eye of the prevailing hegemony, and reject the crap (like Zinn/Chomsky’s ‘what does it matter who did 9-11; to paraphrase). I believe it is a successful methodology.

    But the possibility that he is a ‘deep double agent’ hasn’t left my sense of caution, and yes, there is a gravy-trail element in it, but it’s not ALL gravy train and people do need to make a living.

    If say a REAL dissenting voice came along, no doubt someone could throw out suspicions upon them (like that other blog I mentioned). Even those who do pick up the metaphorical sword can be double agents too.

    “that “al furqan” and it will almost trivially separate the chaff from the wheat for you in most cases.” {my emphasis. Yes, in most cases – I’d agree, But there is little chance of finding out the usually private world (e.g. personal finances) of people to indicate their sincerity.

    One of my concerns of Atzmon is his lack of focus on the Talmudic influence that’s cursed Judaism and Jews. I simply can’t understand how a man as prolific on the subject as he is, hardly ever touches on that most important of subjects.

    I’d be most interested to hear from you who you think are the real truth seekers and non-controlled staged opposition against this demonic world system.

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