Being in Time: A Post-Political Manifesto Paperback – 24 May 2017
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Atzmon's book Being in Time is a brilliant and substantive critique of identity politics and Jewish political ideology and culture. It is an essential read for understanding and confronting authoritarianism of all stripes and colors. --James Petras, Bartle emeritus professor, Binghamton University
About the Author
Gilad Atzmon is an internationally acclaimed jazz artist and composer, a member of the Blockheads, and fronts the Orient House Ensemble. His recent book The Wandering Who? was translated into more than ten languages. Gilad is a political commentator his essays are published widely and in many languages. He lives in London.
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"Being and time are like the tip of your nose, so close you fail to see it. The truth is there at all times, all we have to do is open our eyes and contemplate it."
Atzmon writes .." as the road to hell is paved with good intentions, like political correctness Indentity ( ID ) poitics is presented as a breath of fresh liberal and progressive air; an attempt to introduce an authentic ethical, political discourse- a celebration of diversity indididuality. But in practice ID politics accomplishes the complete opposite "
This is Atzmon's genius, counter- intuitive thinking.- what looks good, is the complete opposite!
Indentitrian shift and the primacy of the symptom"
Read this. recent radio programme
" In this programme, Nick Cohen examines evidence that this old colonial condescension is re-emerging in 2018, He interviews frustrated Muslims tackling discrimination - Muslims who feel betrayed by the Liberal left who, they say, should be their natural allies in their campaigning for women's rights and tackling discrimination such as homophobia in Muslim communities.
many people are aware Cohen's ugly antics but thanks to Gilad Atzmon's we understand his ranting in live time!
We know Nick Cohen is an Indentitrian , but he is showing his very ugly symptoms
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