Random Quotations – Israel – March 10th, 2019

Seven items in total…

“What has been taking place is not hatred of Jews but rather a confluence of two factors. First is the undeniable fact that Israel has been behaving particularly badly, even by its admittedly low standards. Its slaughter of Palestinians in Gaza has been unusually observable in spite of media attempts to avoid mentioning it, plus its support of terrorists in Syria and attacks on that country have also raised questions about the intentions of the kleptocratic regime in Tel Aviv, which is currently pushing for an attack on Iran. That all means that the perception of Israel, which boasts that it is the exclusively Jewish state, inevitably raises questions about the international Jewish community that provides much of its support. But the shift in perception is driven by Israeli behavior, not by Jews as an ethnicity or a religion.” – Philip Giraldi, “The growing anti-Semitism scam” – The Unz Review, Feb. 19th, 2019.

“Washington’s political establishment went berserk when US Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) publicly noted that US-Israel relations are ‘all about the Benjamins’ – slang for $100 bills, referring to money shoveled at American politicians by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)… (she was) bullied into apologizing…Her real offense was publicly mentioning the irrefutable fact that many members of Congress take their marching orders from a foreign power’s lobbying apparatus (an apparatus not, as required by law, registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act), at least partly because those marching orders come with promises of significant donations to those politicians’ campaigns.” – Thomas Knapp, “The first rule of AIPAC is: You do not talk about AIPAC” – AntiWar.com, Feb. 19th, 2019.

“Israel’s record of war crimes and its racist attitudes have no precedent. The Jewish state is institutionally brutal, discriminatory and racist towards the indigenous people of the land and towards African immigrants. Jewish institutions around the word reflect the same attitudes. As the mainstream media reports on a regular basis, the Jewish bodies that oppose racism are not necessarily fighting against racism on a universal basis. Instead, they are focused on the sensitivities of one group that happens to be themselves.” – Gilad Atzmon, “Why do some people keep repeating the same mistakes?” – The Unz Review, March 7th, 2019.

“Most significantly, France would adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s ‘working definition of anti-Semitism,’ which ludicrously includes anti-Zionism as an integral part of anti-Semitism. Thus, Jewish organizations and the French government are moving to outright criminalize opposition to Jewish ethno-nationalism (the definition of Zionism) all the while criminalizing all Western ethno-nationalisms as being discriminatory, hateful, xenophobic, etc.” – Guillaume Durucher, “In face of Yellow-Vest critics, France moves to criminalize anti-Zionism” – The Unz Review, Feb. 24th, 2019.

“Over a third of Palestinian communities in Area C do not have primary schools as of July 2017, according to the UN, forcing children to travel long distances, sometimes on foot, to reach the nearest school About 1,700 children had to walk five or more kilometers to school due to road closures, lack of passable roads or transportation, or other problems and 10,000 children attend school in tents, shacks, or other structures without heating or air-conditioning, according to 2015 UN estimates. The long distances and fear of harassment by settlers or the military lead some parents to take their children out of school.” – The Unz Review, “Submission by Human Rights Watch to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights on Israel – 64th pre-sessional, 2019” – January 28th, 2019.

“The JTA ( Jewish Telegraph Agency) subsequently reported that the teenager was found guilty of ‘desecrating a monument’ and fined ‘5,000 zloty ($1,350)’ by ‘a regional court in the town of Oswiecim, where Auschwitz is located.’ He wasn’t present for the hearing, so maybe he was back in Israel, the nation founded after the Holocaust to protect Jews from the irrational hate of gentiles. But I wonder whether he would be safe there after committing a horrible crime like that. After all, the Polish court found him guilty of desecration, which suggests that there was no excuse for what he’d done. So why did he do it? Why on earth would an Israeli Jew do something so foul and degraded to a ‘monument’ at a ‘Nazi death camp’ where millions of his fellows (sic) Jews had been slaughtered in the most brutal and inhumane fashion?”

And…

“Holocaust Memorial Day takes place only once a year, but it’s the foundation for two other HMDs that run every day of the week: Holy Minority Day and Hate-filled Majority Day. Jews never miss an opportunity to accuse the White majority of hate and to present minorities as sacred innocents who are persecuted without cause. Tobias Langdon, “Holy minority day: Holocaustianity, hysteria and the hotel of hate” – The Unz Review, Feb. 5th, 2019. (You can read this vital treatise here.)

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