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Alfred Gluecksmann

Argentum Post Writer Former Chemical Patent Investigator and Patent Agent Speaks fluently German and Portuguese Activist in support of genuine participative progressive democracy, social equality, peaceful conflict resolution, end of all wars, end of causes for mass emigrations, and orients himself according to rationalist, secular humanist and religious humanist values.

Website: http://Argentum%20Post

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  • Leading journalists call 2nd Amendment an anachronism -- but spare Zionism
    • Another excellent article exposing hypocrisy and double standards.

      Incidentally, one often overlooked source of information about how the ethnocratic “state” of Israel came into being is a book by the London based Thomas Suárez which is titled “ State of Terror : How Terrorism Created Modern Israel “.

      This book documents the violent and lethal punishments meted out on Palestinian Torah universalist values abiding Palestinian Jews for refusing to go along with the Zionist mandated nationalization of the Jewish religion and ordered them to join the Irgun, Haganah, and Stern Gang terrorists for the colonization of Palestine and hence - as early as in 1941 - these noble Jews were targeted for punishment by assassinations and or bombing of their residences.

  • A Jewish atonement for Zionism
    • Alfred Gluecksmann October 19, 2017 at 8:50 pm

      What a coincidence, Mr. Suárez !

      I was just thinking about you and your book State of Terror : How Terrorism Created Modern Israel.

      What an excellent book ! Congratulations and thank you !

      BTW, I write the Argentum Post which also focuses on Israel/Palestine issues. it is my form of literary peace via justice activism going where the corporatized mainstream media generally does not, and I elaborate on this in my infra comment which I just posted on the article by Yoav Litvin.

    • Alfred Gluecksmann October 19, 2017 at 8:37 pm

      Thank you, Yoav, for this fascinating and - for me - touching introduction to Moshe Menuhin and his book !

      I am the writer of the Argentum Post which is my form of literary peace through justice activism and relate enormously to what Menuhin expresses, and in addition I also have been influenced by my grandfather who left Berlin in 1935 for the USSR due to the approaching Nazi threat, and after the war he left the USSR for Haifa, Palestine in 1945 where he acclimatized and became a Palestinian citizen, only to then feel compelled to leave again in 1948 and for analogous reasons he left Berlin, namely the violent, supremacist, racist, nationalist Zionist take over, which where also the same reasons that led my parents to be forced to leave Berlin in 1938, after being declared stateless and to travel to the only country which would issue them a visa, namely Bolivia where I was born.

      To add insult to injury, my parents had to leave separately from Berlin, and when my father arrived in Callao, Peru for the rail trip to La Paz, Bolivia, since Bolivia is landlocked, the Peruvian immigration officer told him that he could not disembark and that he had to leave on the same freighter he arrived (with only $ 10.00 in his wallet) to go back to Marseilles let, because the Zionist Organization of the World had the undue influence over the corrupt politicians in Lima to not allow poor Jews to disembark as they were needed for the Palestine colonization project...

      Given that it was 1938, if he had been returned to said freighter destined for Marseilles, he would have been taken to an extermination camp once he arrived back there.

      Adrenaline and luck however, led my father to be given an escape path to a nearby freight train rail yard whereto he ran and then jumped on a hay freight wagon which was destined for La Paz, Bolivia.

      Leon Spitzer, whose Austrian parents had a somewhat similar experience, wrote a book on it titled “Hotel Bolivia”.

      Thank you very much ! I will acquire Moshe Menuhin’s book.

  • UN takes first concrete step to hold Israel accountable for violating Palestinian human rights
    • Bravo ! At long last a major move forward to begin to redress the decades long torturous suffering being meted out on the predominantly innocent, unarmed Palestinians by the dishonest, corrupt, hegemonist, supremacist Zionist misleaders of Israel.

      UN Secretary General António Guterres must be lauded for this initiative to end once for all the notion that some mythical so-called “exceptionalist” invention renders it immune to the Kafkaesque torture and international law violations it has been meting out on the autochthonous Palestinians of Palestine.

  • Meet Reem Anbar, Gaza's first music therapist

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