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Reyes and Zagdanski Denounce the Racism of CircumcisionMichel Hervé Navoiseau-Bertaux Salem-News.com
The revelation of the automatic induction of an artificial racism provoked by circumcision into the mind of a child is an awesome psychological finding.
(PARIS, France) - Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings truth comes forth. Three lines of a childhood memory of Zagdanski in the "The unadorned truth", a dialogue between both authors, denounce circumcision with the straightforwardness of childish logic:
"A feeling of great difference, thus, on the one hand between me and women, anatomically, and between me and non-Jews, the majority. Otherwise between me and all others. With all the same a slight complex of superiority because of that disclosure, namely that the penis of non-Jews looked like sexes of dogs." 
Lost inside an essay of 300 pages, this report went unnoticed by the general public but was disparaged by the right-wing extremist Alain Soral, in "Socrate à Saint Tropez" (see: sigismond.multiply.com/journal/item/24/Antigoyism_or_Judeophobia_the_A.M.E._and_Soral_against_Zagdanski)
and by his friends of the Association contre la mutilation des enfants in its internet site: (enfant.ovh.org/commu4.htm)
All the same, the revelation of the automatic induction of an artificial programming provoked by circumcision into the mind of a child is an awesome psychological breakthrough.
So, Reyes et Zagdanski denounce religions of the rod, the knife and the stone – when it is not the pedophile penis – much more than of the book.
 Reyes A., Zagdanski S. La vérité nue. Paris: Pauvert; 2002. p. 145-46.
Michel Hervé Navoiseau-Bertaux is an Independent psychoanalysis researcher (Chercheur indépendant en psychanalyse) based in Paris, France, who works with Salem-News.com to help raise awareness of the massive societal problems connected to the blindly accepted, mutilating practice of circumcision. He says, "Non violence is as fundamental as violence, love and hatred, justice and injustice. But power is at the tip of the tongue and the sweet violence of speech, if one takes hold of it, can silence weapons."
(La non violence est aussi fondamentale que la violence, l'amour et la haine, le juste et l'injuste. Mais le pouvoir est au bout de la langue et la douce violence de la parole, si l'on s'en empare, peut faire taire les armes.)
Michel Hervé Navoiseau-Bertaux is also known as Sigismond.
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