Censored by the Huffington Post, Imprisoned by the Past: Why I Made “Feeling The Hate in Jerusalem”

On Wednesday, I walked around central Jerusalem with my friend, Joseph Dana, an Israel peace activist who has lived in the country for three years. We interviewed young people on camera about the speech President Barack Obama planned to deliver to the Muslim world the following day in Cairo. Though our questions were not provocative at all – we simply asked, “What do you think of Obama’s speech” – the responses our interview subjects offered comprised some of the most shocking comments I have ever recorded on camera. They were racist, hateful, and incredibly ignorant, and were mostly couched within a Zionist context – “this is our land, Obama!” The following day, we edited an hour of interviews into a 3:30 minute video package and released it on Mondoweiss and on the Huffington Post.

Within a few hours, I received an email from a Huffington Post administrator informing me he had scrubbed my video from the site. “I don’t see that it has any real news value,” the administrator told me. “For me it only proves that one can find drunk people willing to say just about anything.  Especially drunk, moronic people.” For the first time, the premier clearinghouse for online news and opinions had suppressed one of my posts. 

Other bloggers and commenters criticized the video on similar grounds. Their complaints generally went like this: In order to advance an agenda, Max Blumenthal exploited the wild remarks of a bunch of drunk Jewish frat-boys innocently showing off in front of their friends. The footage contained in his video in no way reflects what the Israeli public thinks. If Max went to a bar in any college town in the United States he would find the same level of ignorance and racism. Ron Kampeas at the JTA has written that I need “to grow up and put [my talents] to good use.” (While Kampeas praised some of my other video reports exposing right-wing Christians, this latest video revealing the extremism of some Israeli and American Jews seemed to hit too close to home.) 

The criticism of my video raised an interesting journalistic issue: Is reporting any less credible when interview subjects are drinking alcohol? Of course not. Journalists interview people at bars all the time, especially in broadcast packages. Beer does not, to my knowledge, contain a special drug that immediately infects drinkers with white supremacist sentiments, violent rhetoric, and anti-democratic tendencies. I get drunk as much as any social drinker and I have never called for “white power” or declared, “fuck the niggers!” as one of my interviewees did. No amount of alcohol could make me express opinions that were not authentically mine. If anything, alcohol is a crude form of truth serum that lubricates the release of closely held opinions and encourages confessional talk. 

The notion that the racist diatribes in my video emerged spontaneously from a beery void is a delusion, but for some, it is a necessary one. It allows them to erect a psychological barrier against acknowledging the painful consequences of prolonged Zionist indoctrination. And it enables them to dismiss the disturbing spectacle of young Jews behaving like fascist soccer hooligans in the heart of the capitol of Israel and the spiritual home of the Jewish people. 

The people in my video were not white trash, nor were they the “extreme right-wing fringe” as some bloggers have called them. They were the college-educated sons and daughters of middle and upper class American Jews from cosmopolitan metropolises and genteel suburbs. Some had come to Israel on vacation, some had made aliyah, and some told me they were planning to move to Israel in the near future. Many were dual citizens of America and Israel. They may have behaved in a moronic way, but they will not grow up to toil in the custodial arts. Many of these kids will move into white-collar jobs and use their influence to advance Israeli initiatives. Programs like Birthright Israel  — a few of those in my video were on Birthright tours — exist for the exclusive purpose of indoctrinating American Jews into unyielding, unthinking supporters of Israel. Thus the kids in my video represent at least one aspect of the Zionist project’s future base of political sustenance.

I do not and have never claimed that the characters that appeared in my video were representative of general public opinion in Israel. They reflect only a slice of reality, which is reality nonetheless. On the other hand, a new Yedioth Aronoth poll finds a vast majority of the Israeli public holds a negative opinion of Obama and believes he is biased toward the Palestinians. A top minister in Israel’s government has compared Obama to Pharaoh, claiming his call for a settlement freeze is like casting Jewish children into the river. A group of rightists have launched a campaign against “the anti-Semitic Obama,” apparently convinced they can make inroads with the general public. 

Behind the Israeli view of Obama lies a climate of extremism that exploded into the open when the country attacked Gaza. Today, extremist sentiment hovers well above the surface. A groundbreaking study of Israeli attitudes published in the wake of the Gaza war by the Tel Aviv University political psychologist Daniel Bar-Tal, who I recently interviewed, found that “Israeli Jews’ consciousness is characterized by a sense of victimization, a siege mentality, blind patriotism, belligerence, self-righteousness, dehumanization of the Palestinians and insensitivity to their suffering.” Bar-Tal commented to me that the army is the primary vehicle for stoking the nationalism of young Israelis. “Some countries are states without armies,” he said. “But Israel today is an army without a state. There is no civilian institution capable of restraining the army’s influence.” 

In an interview with me two days ago, the famed Israeli author David Grossman echoed Bar-Tal’s findings, remarking, “The country is trapped in one legitimate narrative: that of the government, which is of paranoia, and every event serves this narrative. Those events that don’t are simply overlooked.”

I have been in Israel for over a month; almost every day I hear expressions of paranoia about Arabs, historical delusions, and the constant refrain that “the world is against us.” I hear this even from some close friends — young, cosmopolitan Israelis living the good life in the so-called “bubble city” of Tel Aviv. Last week, a friend I play basketball with in a working class suburb of Tel Aviv (he is a high-tech worker from a fifth generation Israeli family) calmly informed me while we sat in the shade by the court: “I’m a Zionist, so of course I prefer the bloodshed on the other side.” While sitting at a bar with an elegant and otherwise charming young woman, she described to me while sipping a mixed drink how she arbitrarily shot at Arabs while serving in the army because “they want to come and steal my house.” On a leafy Tel Aviv street, a friend of a friend who splits time between spinning at local hip-hop clubs and patrolling the streets of Gaza City told me if Israel has to kill 800 Palestinians to save one Israeli Jew, then so be it. “If we wanted to, we could completely wipe Gaza out,” he said. “But we don’t because the IDF is pure.” 

Since Gaza, vocal opponents of the Occupation have found themselves increasingly marginalized and are hounded by the authorities (see the New Profile raid, Ezra Nawi, Sami Jubreir, and on and on). Meanwhile, Avigdor Lieberman and his Yisrael Beiteynu party’s unapologetically racist campaign has taken the form of a stream of bills working through the Knesset that would criminalize observance of the Palestinian Nakbah, ban public discussion of a bi-national state, and allow towns to ban people from entering their limits who do not subscribe to Zionist ideals. The bills keep coming like a flood; already, the Nakbah ban has passed a committee vote. 

A straight line can be drawn from the rhetoric depicted in my video to the rise of Lieberman, a proto-fascist who draws a startling degree of political strength from Israel’s youth by channeling their innermost fears and resentments. In fact, the author of the Nakbah ban is a 28-year-old named Alex Miller – the youngest ever member of the Knesset and the chairman of Beiteynu’s youth wing. In an interview, Miller told me he introduced the bill simply because, “the Israeli public believes in loyalty.” He added, “Since the founding of our party we have grown in strength. We have never changed our platform and we are seeing increasing support from the public.”

Despite the Huffington Post’s rejection of my video report, it has exploded across the blogosphere. Even the rapper 50 Cent posted it prominently on his official website. It two days it has garnered 100,000 views. I hope those who have watched it, especially those predisposed to dismiss it as anti-Israel propaganda or shock video with “no news value,” will at least ask how vitriolic levels of racism are able to flow through the streets of Jerusalem like sewage, why the grandsons of Holocaust survivors feel compelled to offer the Shoah as justification to behave like fascist street thugs, and how the sons and daughters of successful Jewish American families casually merged Zionist cant with crude white supremacism. The willful avoidance of these painful questions by self-proclaimed supporters of Israel is setting the stage for the complete delegitimization of the country they claim to love. As Obama said, “any world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will inevitably fail. So whatever we think of the past, we must not be prisoners of it.”

22 thoughts on “Censored by the Huffington Post, Imprisoned by the Past: Why I Made “Feeling The Hate in Jerusalem”

  1. sojournertruth

    With all due respect, I think you are missing something. Most of these kids are just out of high school and have not taken the time to formulate any of their own opinions about things. What they are saying is an extreme form of what they hear from their parents, combined with alcohol. Alcohol does affect what you say, and it especially affects the language you use when you say it. Since they have not taken the time to formulate their opinions (witness the girl who says Benjamin Yahoo) it is very easy to take something moderate the parents have said and turn it into something extreme. I don’t think you’re being completely honest. Most of those kids are not informed at all about politics, regardless as to what they will tell you. When they move on to the work force they will necessarily be more informed and realize (if they did not realize it the next morning) that what they said in this video was completely ridiculous.

  2. Blue Wizard

    @sojournertruth:

    How can you attempt to defend the people in the video by saying they don’t know what they’re doing? They are old enough to vote, and old enough to drink (apparently) – but they’re too young and their opinions can’t be taken seriously? The age of the interviewees does not exonerate them from the use of racist epithets and hateful speeches.

    In my experience, alcohol does not turn a tolerant individual into a racist. It does not make a liberal conservative, nor the other way around. In fact, alcohol probably makes someone more forthcoming about their political and personal beliefs – we would not have seen such racism on camera if these people were sober, but they would still be harboring racist tendencies. Alcohol only exposed those tendencies to the general public. Alcohol may exaggerate positions, but it doesn’t make something from nothing, i.e. that racist behavior and Obama-bashing had to come from somewhere.

    You write, “What they are saying is an extreme form of what they hear from their parents, combined with alcohol.” The implication, then is that the interviees’ parents are racist – hardly a comforting conclusion. And again, even an ill-informed opinion counts in votes and politics. You can try to minimize the effect such people may have on trends and elections, but these people hold real political power.

    Finally, you say that these people will become more informed about the issues as they become older. Where do you live, sojournertruth? Are all middle-aged adults in your part of the world completely informed about political issues? Are there no racist middle-aged adults in your area? The continual existence of white supremacist groups in the USA, and the evidence of groups with similar sentiments in Israel, both point to the fact that some youths never realize that their behavior is hateful, and they grow up into hateful adults. Yes, people’s beliefs can change, but if their parents hold the same kind of racist behavior (as you seem to argue), what stops youths from becoming like their parents?

    I cannot believe that you are defending the people in this video. These youths are adults, with the power to bring people into government, and their age does not excuse them from their remarks. Neither does their intoxication; the alcohol did not put words in their mouth, but simply enabled people to say what they really thought. Finally, I doubt that this is a problem that disappears as people age – again, I point to examples of middle-aged extremist and racist behavior. I find your logic that the interviewees learned it all from their parents very disturbing, for the conclusions that it draws. If this video is representative of a large proportion of Israelis (or even a large chunk of US-Israeli dual nationals), I am deeply concerned about the extent of Israeli mistrust of Obama.

  3. obamalover

    IN AN HOUR OF INTERVIEWS, YOU ONLY FOUND 1 PERSON WHO SAID ANYTHING THAT COULD BE DEEMED RACIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Yet somehow you turned that guy into the Jewish American representative in a crowded street of drunkards. That’s the best you could do?
    I’m curious to see your interview at a bar full of Arabs in Deerfield, Michigan. Ask them what they think about Jews, unless they’re excused from being racist because they may grow up to toil in the custodial arts.

  4. Michal

    Well said Max, you are spot on!

    And I have to say that without those Israeli peace activists and intelectuals, without great people like Uri Avnery and many others – without all these people who are being marginalized in today’s jingoistic state of Israel. Without them – for me at least Israel would already have been in the stage of complete delegitimization! But these good folks are a sign of hope and I hope that they will grow in numbers.

  5. suprabuddha

    Good work!!! don’t be discouraged by the spin doctors but continue to deliver the unvarnished TRUTH.

  6. hophmi

    I mean, see the video for what it is. I grew up with people like this. There is, unfortunately, extremism among young American Jews in places like the Five Towns and Great Neck. Most of it is learned from peers, not parents, and certainly not from Birthright. These people tend not to set much Israel policy. Those young Jews involved in the establishment are much more mature and much more moderate.

    That said, Max does have an agenda, and that agenda is to seek out people likely to embarrass themselves and make supporters of Israel look bad. So drunken kids in a bar, check. Crazy yahoos at rallies in New York City, check. Being dishonest about why you are there, check.

    It’s perfectly easy to do this. It’s a lot easier for people who are pro-Israel to do this with pro-Arab people. Just go to an anti-Israel rally, and you’ll have an easy time finding anti-semites. And if you look at the polls, there are a lot more haters on the Arab and Muslim side than the Jewish one.

    So yes, Max, these kids do represent a certain ignorance that comes with growing up in a homogeneous neighborhood. But doing this documentary is shooting fish in a barrel. It’s not impressive or noteworthy.

  7. theaetetus

    I am not impressed not surprised by The Huffpost for omitting this.

    This is indeed embarrassing to all Americans and while fingers are being pointed at Blumenthal for irresponsible journalism I hope American Jews who send their kids to the holy land realize that they are emissaries and when they go over there just to get drunk and show that that land is their land they are not immune from criticism.

    The ADL has refused to commenton this video which only demonstrates that they are not an organization dedicated to ending racism and bigotry as they claim.

    I would like to see pressure put on the Huffpost, the ADL, Birthright and other organizations to address the viewpoints given by these young adults.

  8. matt

    hophmi, the world has seen an untold number of video clips showcasing Arab and Muslim extremist hate speech. if these can air regularly on fox news, why is it dishonest for max to create a video documenting racism (which you admit to be endemic) when it issues from the mouths of American Jews? i’ll bet you don’t jump to the defense of Muslim civilization every time the mainstream media shows a mob of Pakistanis burning the American flag and cursing the Jewish World Conspiracy. Its only a “misrepresentation” when it happens to white people.

  9. jacob

    Thank you for posting this video, and thank you for your thoughtful commentary. Sadly, nothing in your video surprised me, as I am constantly subjected to this sort of bigotry and hatred in the orthodox jewish community I live in.

    It sickens me, and my grandparents also survived Auschwitz.

    I hope the world also knows how many of us jews are absolutely outraged by this. Maybe in your journalistic endeavors you could try to capture that as well – those of us who want peace and love our neighbors and care about the rights and dignity and well-being of all. Or is that not as juicy a story?

    Thanks.

  10. jayjay72

    Hi Max, I want to thank you for an excellent portrayal of Jews. Obviously, based on your observations and your especially accurate reporting, perhaps you can help educate more people about the hateful Jews. I suppose you can only hope that your video promotes more incidences like the shooting that happened today at the Holocaust Museum in Washington. Keep up the good work!

    http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-holocause-museum11-2009jun11,0,2810109.story

  11. Michal

    jayjay72 is delusional freak! Hey jayjay are you trying to claim that this gunman with white supermacist ties did that horrible crime in Holocaust Memorial Museum because of this video? – hmm that’s “interesting”, considering that idiot who is shouting “white power” in this very video? If anything – video like this would stop that gunmen – If he saw this he would realize how much he has in common with some American-Israeli duall citizens! Maybe he would even unite with some of them against Obama.

  12. jayjay72

    Michal, you’re spot on! I can only hope that Max Blumenthal can get his video about the Hateful Jews in front of as many crazy wingnuts, white power supremacists, Palestinians, and Al Qaeda sympathizers as possible. Only then will they be truly educated. Especially the KKK! If they saw this video, they would start inviting Jews into their organization instead of trying to kill them, right? I’m sure this would be the case. Maybe CNN should broadcast the video so that more people can see it. Max, have you thought about getting this on CNN? I’m sure that there’s no crazy people out there who will see it and get the wrong impression of the Jews, because everyone should know that all Jews hate Palestinians and definitely hate black people. Max gets major kudos for reporting on the Jews and telling the world what they’re REALLY like.

  13. Michal

    jayjay72 – no one is saying here that all Jews hate Palestinians or African-Americans. You on the other hand have no problems with generelazing whole group of people. Its more then clear that you hate Palestinians (Let me quote from your previous post)

    jayjay wrote “….can get his video about the Hateful Jews in front of as many crazy wingnuts, white power supremacists, Palestinians, and Al Qaeda sympathizers as possible.”

    That is “very nice” of you to cast Palestinians as a group amongst crazy wingnuts, white power supermacists, KKK and Al Qaeda sympathizers. It speaks volume about your opinions and biases! And it is clear sign that there is no point in trying to discuss with you and in adressing your delusional points.

  14. jayjay72

    Obviously most Jews are hateful and racist, otherwise there would have been some non-hateful/racist Jews in the video. But there wasn’t a single one. I wonder why that is? This should show everyone that Israel is a waste of our money. I want to thank Max Blumenthal for showing everyone the truth, once and for all.

  15. anon

    @jayjay: of course it can always get more polemic. here we go.

    i don’t know what truth you are after, but whoever learns from that video that most jews are hateful and racist is out of his/her mind.

    there are actually two (seemingly jewish) people in the video who are not talking in a racist way about obama.

    the haters probably went crazy because it was the night of the speech and they were scared what obama’s speech exactly meant for israel. altough they are (judging by accent) americans.

  16. anon

    @jayjay: you are trying to twist my words. what exactly is your point? i cannot see it. i said “whoever learns from that video that most jews are hateful and racist is out of his/her mind”.

    this evil man who is responsible for this shocking and very sad incident hated jews and blacks all his life.

    “He has an extremely long history with neo-Nazis and white supremacists. He’s written extremely incendiary publications raging about Jews, blacks and the like.[...] by the late 1970s [...] he had become a “hardcore neo-Nazi” and an associate of William Pierce — the white supremacist leader whose 1978 book, “The Turner Diaries,” is blamed for inspiring Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.” (cnn)

  17. cdwriteme

    The whole “well, other people say more hateful things” argument is goofy. Hell yeah it’s true, but goofy. I’m gonna go drink six beers and drive, blow a .15, and then, when I’m in front of a judge, I’m gonna say, “But, other people blow a .30″. Just silliness.

    Look, it’s obvious that hateful anti-Semitism is a reality and that Jewish people are always in danger of being scapegoated. So, there are, of course, the usual suspects pouncing on this video to spout hate.

    However, I think there are some reasonable people that take interest for other reasons that I will describe here. First, it is clear that American Jewry is VERY overrepresented (relative to population) in key positions in finance, media, and government. Naturally, people like me are concerned about the conduct of any and all people that influence our economic system, news, and policies.

    Some people, including me, perceive a little clan’ishness and a lot of nepotism among the Jewish people. Some people, again including me, feel strongly not that “Jews control the media”, but that the influence is excessive and distorts our news. Bluntly, we think Jewish people and the state of Israel get special treatment in the American media.

    So, when the “fluffy” image of American Jewry and the state of Israel is chronically projected in the media and when we constantly see people like Abe Foxman assuming the moral high ground, we take interest in videos like this not because we hate Jews but because we relish honesty. I know that Jews and the state of Israel have fuc#ed up problems like everyone else; so, it’s nice to see some reality instead of just the usual public relations garbage that treats fellow Americans like children.

  18. hophmi

    “hophmi, the world has seen an untold number of video clips showcasing Arab and Muslim extremist hate speech. if these can air regularly on fox news, why is it dishonest for max to create a video documenting racism (which you admit to be endemic) when it issues from the mouths of American Jews? i’ll bet you don’t jump to the defense of Muslim civilization every time the mainstream media shows a mob of Pakistanis burning the American flag and cursing the Jewish World Conspiracy. Its only a “misrepresentation” when it happens to white people.”

    Matt: Nowhere did I say racism amongst American Jews was endemic.

    The reason it is fair for Fox News and many others to showcase Muslim hate speech is because, unfortunately, many of these opinions are mainstream in the Muslim world. Holocaust denial is mainstream. Classification of suicide attacks on Israeli Jews as legitimate resistance is not only mainstream; it is the view of most Middle Eastern Muslims.

    This has nothing whatsoever to do with Jews being white; that’s ridiculous. Jews are white and black and brown in the US and in Israel.

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