Oaxaca, Mexico, Tuesday 16 August 2011
Dear Eric Entemann <[log in to unmask]>, I am amazed at your
patience, trying to imbue the hoard of fanatic Zionist extremist
terrorists with the "impossible notion" that some Muslims are human
beings. Where did you get the impression that it's worth your effort?
Even Benjamin Ginsberg, whose "The Fatal Embrace: Jews and the State"
has a vast catalogue of despicable and socially destructive American
Jews (Chapters 2 and 3), is an apologist for the bad things they do.
For anyone interested in the real scoop about Islam, I recommend Eric
Walberg's "Postmodern Imperialism -- Geopolitics and the Great Games".
Eric Walberg is a Canadian Jew whose very readable and informed
discussion of Zionist manipulation of much of the world should be
avoided by "purists" like Michael Balter and Michael Goldhaber.
Walberg has swapped Jewish mythology for that of an Islamic sect. Why
he has a need for any such nonsense is beyond me, but he's a great
guy, whose writing is actually fun to read. I wrote a bit about him in
Excerpt from a quirky book review — Eric
Imperialism: Geopolitics and the Great Games
Eric Walberg’s new book is “must reading” for every young
American who wants to live a decent and reasonably long life. By birth
of Canadian Jewish ethnicity, he nevertheless disdains the fashionable
psychological crutch (poor me, everyone hates us Jews) that so many
English-speaking Jewish Americans (and Canadians) lean on. Instead of
indulging in self-pity, he has sought, with considerable success, to
understand the world. His latest article, “Time to Default? Egypt vs.
the IMF” at http://counterpunch.com/walberg07082011.html is, as
Walberg’s articles often are, a window on the real world.
Part of the review I’m working on is not quirky — the part that
urges you to read this book as though your life depended on it
(because maybe it does). The “quirky” part is a result of my inability
to stick to the narrow task of writing what a book review is “supposed
to be.” I’m supposed to focus on what the author thinks and writes
about. But my more urgent task (in my mind) is to put my effort into
finding a way for life on Earth to continue, in spite of the imminent
threat I see of global immolation. The excerpt that follows is a
result of my inability to discipline myself to the assigned task.
Forgive me, Eric Walberg.