BBC Persian interview with Gilad Atzmon triggers Zionist outrage
Gilad Atzmon writes:
Last week I was invited by BBC Persian to be interviewed on their on “HardTalk” programme…
After the recording I was pretty sure the BBC would shelve it but I was wrong. On 1 August it broadcast it on YouTube with Persian subtitles (see the video at the end of this post – the interview starts at 1 minute, 05 seconds)…
Of course, the Zionist cyber universe was outraged, with the notoriously Islamophobic Harry’s Place bleeting: “If BBC Persian keeps broadcasting stuff like this, the Iranian regime won’t even bother to jam them anymore.” Needless to say, I’d love to play Cupid to any budding romance between the BBC and the Iranian regime.
Adam Holland, an avid San Francisco sayan, believed he could pressure the British broadcasters from his home in California. After all, is not Zionism now a global movement dedicated to the notion of the “promised planet”?
Holland, using the hardcore Zionist BBCWatch website, wrote:
It is bad enough that the BBC promotes Atzmon in English-language broadcasts, especially given that anti-racists in Britain are trying to oppose the spread of his hate speech. But it is even more reprehensible and irresponsible on the part of the BBC to go to the trouble of translating his racist opinions into Persian for promotion.
In short, those enthusiast Zionists really believe that it is down to Israel and its messengers to decide who is kosher and who fits to contribute to world culture and intellectual exchange.
Well, it’s all terribly amusing and long ago I learned that the Jewish panic around me simply helps to promote my message. Still, the BBC will soon have to decide what to do. If it cave in to Jewish pressure, it will only support the Iranian argument that BBC Persian is in fact a Zionist propaganda unit.