Brandon Martinez / Non-Aligned Media
The “fiercely proud Jew and unapologetic Zionist,” Pamela Gellar, rushed to the defense of Donald Trump’s campaign manager and chief strategist Stephen Bannon, the former chief executive of Breitbart News, a pro-Israel kosher conservative rag that has attempted to hijack right-wing dissent and steer it off-course into a Zionist dead-end.
On the Breitbart website where she has been a regular contributor for years, Gellar wrote:
As long as I have known Steve [Bannon], he has been an unabashed supporter of Israel, and of those of us who fight against Jew-hatred and racism. Unequivocally. He is whip-smart, courageous, bold, and loyal. Now the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is claiming that he is anti-Semitic? What? He partnered with Andrew Breitbart — a Jew. He partnered with Larry Solov, another Jew, after Breitbart died. He worked with me — a Jew. He gave proud and fierce Zionists such as Aaron Klein a platform to speak and advance the cause of the Jewish people and the Jewish state. Breitbart Jerusalem was launched under Bannon’s tenure with the Breitbart organization.
Gellar went on to decry the “leftist” Jewish organization the Anti-Defamation League for attacking Bannon, a group she charges is not Zionist enough for her fanatical, genocidal proclivities. Like Ann Coulter, Gellar just can’t get enough of seeing Palestinian children blown up in their own houses and on their own streets by Israeli missiles. One website noted that the split within Jewish ranks over the Bannon appointment signifies “a new chapter in the struggle between the ultra-nationalist Jewish right and the Jewish mainstream — the 76 percent of American Jews, mostly of the liberal, non-Orthodox, non-pro-Netanyahu persuasion, who did not vote for Donald J. Trump.”
What we’re seeing is an internal civil war within the ranks of International Jewry, with the more leftist, Marxist-leaning Jewish groups like the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center trying to falsely paint Trump and some of his appointees as “racists” and “white nationalists,” while the right-wing pseudo “conservative” wing of Jewry are vocally supporting the Trump candidacy, primarily because of the real estate mogul’s bootlicking subservience to Israel. In line with their usual game-theory strategy of backing both sides and hedging their bets, the Jewish establishment are moving the chess pieces in place to influence the direction of the new presidency.
Mainstream media outlets and even the Hillary Clinton campaign have sneakily tried to bolster the image of Breitbart as some kind of vanguard of the “alt-right,” when in fact it has always been a Zionist entryist operation that was essentially conceived in Israel to function as a clearinghouse for that regime’s propaganda. Larry Solov, the Jewish friend and business partner of Breitbart’s Jewish founder Andrew Breibart, boasted of the website’s Israeli origins:
A lot of people don’t realize this but Breitbart News Network really got its start in Jerusalem. It was the summer of 2007, and Andrew had been invited to tour Israel as part of a media junket. I agreed to tag along as his lawyer and best friend. What neither of us knew at the time was that the trip would change our lives and give us the inspiration for Breitbart News Network.
Allegedly entralled “by the spirit, tenacity, and resourcefulness of the Israeli people” on that junket to Israel, the two Jewish supremacists agreed to launch a new news network that was “unapologetically pro-freedom and pro-Israel,” dedicated primarily to countering criticism of the Jewish state.
Breitbart operates well within the confines of the illusory left-right paradigm of dumbed-down American political discourse, dutifully upholding the key myths underpinning the Zionist establishment’s continued dominance of global politics and finance, principally the Holocaust and 9/11. A Jewish writer at Breitbart even attacked me personally for challenging those very narratives in my writings, borrowing epithets and text from a previous ADL hit-piece.
At best Bannon is a pseudo-American nationalist of the Sarah Palin/Tea Party cuckservative variety, which feigns an “America-first” orientation, yet on key issues of foreign policy aligns with Israel-first neocons and Likudniks whose war-hawk policies and false-flag conspiracies have bankrupted the US economy in the service of Israeli hegemony in the Middle East.
Domestically, the alt-right will argue these pro-Israel and oligarch-friendly “conservatives” are better than their neoliberal counterparts on the sole issue of immigration into the US. But this is precisely the carnival trick that the establishment performs every four years, throwing out a little bait for Democrat and Republican voters, each side promising “hope and change” from the failures of the previous regime to their constituencies, but once in power making virtually no substantial reforms to the corrupt system. All that really changes are the faces of the Praetorian Guard in official positions who serve and protect the shadow elite, leaving the rigged oligarchic economic system and military-industrial complex in place to continue its abuses and destruction of the planet.
Trump’s substantial Jewish familial and business connections, his backing of expansionist Zionism, and his close personal friendship with the architect of 9/11 and the war on terror, Benjamin Netanyahu, cripple the notion, pushed by the dreamers and hero-seekers in the alt-right, that this billionaire elitist actually has the will and desire to take down the Zionist oligarchy.