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How Iranian Jews Shaped Modern Los Angeles

(EDITOR’S NOTE:  What you’re about to read here is perhaps the quintessential refutation of the “only Ashkenazi Jews are bad” theory that lingers on most annoyingly and sporadically in the so-called ‘truth movement’. In an illustrious amalgamation of Jewish supremacy, ultra-capitalism, cultural imperialism, Shah-fawning, contempt for the Islamic Republic of Iran and the arrogance which makes up the beating heart of Jewish culture, Iranian Jewish writer Gina Nahai single-handedly demonstrates why the Jewish/Zionist issue is not one based on racialism but of ideology and culture. The Jewish ideology/culture is inherently supremacist, and this elitism can be found in all strains of Jewry, from Ashkenazim to Sephardim to Mizrahim and everything in between. There are factual errors of course, the first being that Iranian Jews are the oldest community in the Jewish Diaspora — they are not, the Ethiopian Jews are, going back at least 3,000 years — and the second being that most Mizrahi Jews were driven out by their ‘host’ governments in the Maghreb and Mashreq… they were not, they were driven out by the Mossad in a grouping of black ops, as ex-“Israeli” and ex-Zionist underground operative Naeim Giladi has documented in painful detail. Nevertheless, the main point to be taken away from this glob of Jewish drivel is that dissecting Zionism only scratches the surface; to get to the core of the virus sucking the life out of our planet, we must pick apart Jewish culture and the supremacy lying therein, for only through understanding what makes this egomaniacal enemy tick can we launch a successful revolution against him. ~ Jonathan Azaziah) Continue reading How Iranian Jews Shaped Modern Los Angeles