Sunday, November 17, 2019

Is Anti-Zionism a Form of Anti-Semitism?

 “...the Jewish problem can not be solved on racial or territorial grounds alone...there is nothing else for us to do than to put every kind of international problems on a strictly non-racial neutral impersonal scientific basis, and that’s what we are trying to do.”
—Alfred Korzybski (letter to  German Jewish emigre psychiatrist Richard D. Loewenberg, 1944)
Zionist occupation government, Zionist occupational government, or Zionist- occupied government (abbreviated as ZOG) is an antisemitic Jesuit driven conspiracy theory that wrongly claims Jews secretly control the governments of all Western states.. Because the conspiracy theorists chiefly name countries outside of Israel, the usage of Zionist in this context is also misleading, and it is intended to portray Jews as conspirators who aim to control the world, as in the forged Protocols of the Elders of Zion so in this special episode of The Leo Zagami Show we want to bring some clarity to the subject.

We want to dedicate this special show to the late Croatian film producer and Holocaust survivor Branko Lustig, who won Oscars for “Schindler’s List” and “Gladiator” and died Thursday in Zagreb aged 87.

Leo Zagami and John Barnwell will be joined today for the first time by Mr. Lowell Joseph Gallin Live from Jerusalem Founder of Root and Branch Association, Ltd. (established 1981).

Saturday, February 16, 2019


"Lies and misrepresentation always leave some residues, which are not easily eliminated."
—Alfred Korzybski to Adolf Meyer, 1/14/1927

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Verbal Thinking

"The tendency of verbal thinking to dominate and monopolize consciousness has its blessings and its curses, though the latter are less obvious than the former. ...What needs stressing once more is that words are symbols for perceptual and cognitive events, but they are not the events. They are the vehicle of thought, but the vehicle should not be confused with the passengers."
—Arthur Koestler, The Act of Creation: A Study Of The Conscious And Unconscious In Science And Art, (p. 600)

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

For One Who Has Perception

For one who has perception, 
a mere sigh
is enough. 
For one who does not heed, 
a thousand explanations 
are not enough. 
—Hajji Bektash Wali (Persian Mystic, 1209-1271)