Natalie Portman, 34, Israeli-born popular American Hollywood Jewish actress and filmmaker, has openly insulted Holocaust, the new Jewish religion. In a recent interview she gave to UK’s daily The Independent, she said that “Holocaust shouldn’t be used to evoke fear and paranoia, but rather it should make Jews empathetic to others who have experienced hatred.”
I must say, Portman is no mother of antisemite Norman Finkelstein, who said that “Palestinians are going through their Holocaust right now.”
Austrian Rabbi Moshe Friedman, who denies the six million story, saying that Nazi didn’t kill more than one million Jews during WWII. He also said that what Israelis are doing to Palestinians could shame even the Nazis.
In an earlier interview Portman gave to The Hollywood Reporter, she said: “I’m very much against Netanyahu. Against. I am very, very upset and disappointed that he was re-elected. I find his racist comments horrific. However, I don’t – what I want to make sure is, I don’t want to use my platform. I feel like there’s some people who become prominent, and then it’s out in the foreign press. You know, shit on Israel. I do not. I don’t want to do that.”
Potman, who is currently filming, A Tale of Love and Darkness , based on Amos Oz’s novel in Israel, is being chased by Israeli and Zionist vultures living on Holocaust loot for proposing teaching of genocide of other people to new generations of Jews. The Zionist Mafia is rightfully mad because how could they allow Jewish sufferings which the public have been fed using every possible means including pornography with sufferings of Palestinian people at the hands of Jews tormented by Judeo-Christians in the past.
Michael Berenbaum, Zionist historian and author commented on Potman suggestion, saying: “She is an actress, not a philosopher, not a historian – actors are not the people who turn to for a nuanced understanding of the events of history. We have succeeded in transmitting the monumental nature of the Holocaust, without transmitting how distinct an event it was.”
The Jewish B’nai B’rith International in a statement said: “An emphasis on the Holocaust in a Jewish education is extremely important as it’s tied to our identity. The focus doesn’t come at the expense of learning about other tragedies, such as those in Rwanda and Bosnia.”
The Zionist leaders never cared for the non-Zionist Jewish majority. In fact they were all atheists and mocked fellow Jews. After the establishment of the Zionist entity, Holocaust became a Cash Cow for Israel and Zionist leaders while the Organized Jewry used antisemitism label to silence criticism of the Zionist regime.