Red Hot Chilli Peppers at the Wailing Wall

American legendary band Red Hot Chili Peppers has now reacted to the BDS call to cancel their scheduled concert in Tel Aviv. As they landed this morning in the Holy Land, the band hurried straight to the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem – the band will also, I’m sure, visit Yad Vashem and the Museum of Jewish Tolerance.
By now I’d expect that some within the BDS movement would have gathered the obvious: that ‘show-business’ like banking, media and so much other ‘business’ is controlled by tribal interests. Show-biz, as the Red Hot Chili Peppers today proved, is just a continuation of Hasbara. Understanding this might just help BDS enthusiasts around the world achieving a little more next time.

Red Hot Chilli Peppers at Chabad Centre in Jerusalem. Click to enlarge
Gilad Atzmon – September 10, 2012

1 comment:

  1. Never liked a group that could get on stage only wearing socks on their male protuberances. This group has always thrived on satanic symbolism that creeped me out... right from their beginnings. No surprises here.

    Today on the car radio I actually heard an ad on a Bellingham, Wa, station to celebrate Rosh Hoshana at the local Chabad centre. Blew me away.


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