A Jewish ‘sickness’: Israeli journalist explains young American Jews’ support for Palestinians

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I ought to be grateful that after Israeli journalist Ben-Dror Yemini began his talk at a Reform synagogue in New York last week by saying that he had asked for seven hours to address us, he proceeded to speak for only 90 minutes, passing over many of the slides in his power point on the Industry of Lies against Israel so that he could get us home at a respectable hour. I really thought we were in for a Castro-like drubbing!

Even at its abbreviated length, though, the talk was unsettling. There was one urgent question all evening: Why are so many young American Jews being drawn into criticism of Israel? Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch introduced Yemini in the sanctuary of the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue by saying that Jewish children are “succumb”-ing to lies put forward by Omar Barghouti, a founder of the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement.

Even Jews, even our own children, often succumb or are at least tempted by this industry of lies.

That concern was restated from the floor several times, by many of the 60 Jews gathered there, almost all about my age or older (60s). Why have our children fallen for Palestinian celebrities in their tailored suits?

Yemini, an advocate and author of 63, explained that in today’s leftwing politics of “intersectionality,” Israel is linked to colonialism and racism, and it doesn’t matter to young Jews that far more people are dying in Somalia or Nigeria than in Palestine, or that Russia and Pakistan kill more civilians in combat. No, it’s not about human rights, it’s about who you are against: Israel. And these Jews are suffering from a Jewish sickness:

How is it that Palestinians took over the whole phenomenon of intersectionality? It’s amazing. . . . You don’t need me, you need a psychiatrist to understand this phenomenon.

And you see so many Jewish organizations that are part of the problem!. JVP for example. How they are celebrating a Palestinian terrorist. They are making a reception and honor her [Rasmeah Odeh] like if she is a big hero. . .  And what she says in her speech, in the JVP: the destruction of Israel. And they’re all clapping!

I mean, it’s a sickness. It’s not much more, it’s a sickness. And part of the sickness is — it’s we, the Jews.

What is this Jewish sickness? Yemini went on to say that young Jews are looking for tikkun olam, or social justice, but they are misguided.

I tell those Jewish students who look for tikkun olam as a part of their identity, if you look for tikkun olam, the best place is Israel. Because the contribution of Israel to humanity per capita is the highest in the world. But they don’t know it! They have no idea. For  them Israel  is occupation. . .  They just don’t know!

He blamed Jewish charismatics for feeding these delusions.

We have to admit that some of the leaders of the whole phenomenon are Jews, from Chomsky to Norman Finkelstein to Judith Butler and Richard Falk and many others, and Sara Roy from Harvard — so many. And some of them define themselves as children of Holocaust survivors. Ah! Now we legitimate whatever they say which is almost antisemitic against Jews. Because demonization was the main tool of anti-Semites — and what they do now is demonization. It’s a kind of a paradox, but it’s happening.

This guy thinks about Jews more than I do, I have to admit! When someone criticized the New York Times, Yemini promptly pointed out:

And we also have to bear in mind that we are speaking about a Jewish newspaper.

Yemini’s overall point was that Israel is not nearly as guilty of human rights abuses as other countries, but it is “paying the price for being a democracy.”

When a man pointed out that Israel also lies about Palestinians, Yemini, a favorite of the rightwing Zionist Israeli American Council, dismissed the point:

You cannot compare an elephant with a mouse — you cannot. And the amount of lies against Israel — it’s huge, it’s really huge. And the amount of lies against Palestinians — I cannot compare it.

The crowd loved the presentation, but I found it embarrassing. Here is a liberal synagogue in New York performing acrobatic tricks of Nigerian and Russian whatabouttery to try and diminish the human rights abuses that are being done in our name, as Jews, and approved by our government, as Americans, under the pressure of the Israel lobby. That’s why the young Jews are succumbing. Because they know this racket is the Jewish cosa nostra — our thing — and they want no part of it going forward. If Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch had any intellectual integrity he would invite these young Jews and JVP, the people he said are succumbing to lies, and Yemini said are sick, in to his synagogue to explain themselves. Let’s see. . . .

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  1. Rusty Pipes
    January 30, 2018, 1:31 pm

    Haven’t they been told about the cherry tomatoes?

    if you look for tikkun olam, the best place is Israel. Because the contribution of Israel to humanity per capita is the highest in the world. But they don’t know it! They have no idea. For them Israel is occupation… They just don’t know!

  2. eljay
    January 30, 2018, 1:49 pm

    Even Jews, even our own children, often succumb or are at least tempted by this industry of lies.

    The BDS “industry of lies” ain’t got nuthin’ on the industry of lies known as Zionism, which has successfully deceived most of the world’s Jews as well as a great number of non-Jews.

    • LHunter
      February 1, 2018, 8:47 pm

      Hear hear – the Palestinians are mere novices. As one I’ll venture a lie – Zionism is good for the Jewish people. This is fun – I’ll try again – Bibi is a human being.

  3. Philip Weiss
    January 30, 2018, 2:11 pm

    And the Nobel Prizes! And drip irrigation, and getting water from the air, and desert-blooming

  4. zaid
    January 30, 2018, 3:40 pm

    Ben Dror Yemini is from Yemen (Yemini)

    He always expresses extreme views as a way to deny his Yemini roots and enforce the false claim that he and the Ashkenazi Jews (Khazars) are the same people.

    If he could just look at the mirror.

    • Jerry Hirsch
      January 30, 2018, 11:12 pm

      Zaid, so you claim that the author of this article and founder of this website, Philip Weiss, who is Jewish, is a actually descended from Khazar converts?

      • Eva Smagacz
        January 31, 2018, 8:27 am

        Jerry Hirsch, you said

        Zaid, so you claim that the author of this article and founder of this website, Philip Weiss, who is Jewish, is a actually descended from Khazar converts

        Very likely, although he is likely to have Slavic female ancestor. There is also a chance that he is originally, via his paternal line, from Anatolia, via Khazaria.

        You are not implying that this makes him any less Jewish, do you?

        And by the way, how do YOU think his ancestors arrived in Eastern Europe? Parachuted by Romans to Rus?
        80/90

      • eljay
        January 31, 2018, 8:55 am

        || Jerry Hirsch: Zaid, so you claim that the author of this article and founder of this website, Philip Weiss, who is Jewish, is a actually descended from Khazar converts? ||

        It doesn’t matter how he acquired the religion-based identity of Jewish. What does matter is that he understands what Zionists like you (deliberately?) fail to understand – namely, that the religion-based identity of Jewish does not grant to those who choose to hold it the right:
        – to a religion-supremacist “Jewish State” in as much as possible of Palestine (or anywhere else in the world); or
        – to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them.

      • Misterioso
        January 31, 2018, 10:18 am

        @Jerry Hirsch

        News flash!!:

        http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fgene.2017.00087/full
        Front. Genet., 21 June 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fgene.2017.00087

        “The Origins of Ashkenaz, Ashkenazic Jews, and Yiddish”

        EXCERPTS:
        “Recent genetic samples from bones found in Palestine dating to the Epipaleolithic (20000-10500 BCE) showed remarkable resemblance to modern day Palestinians.”

        Furthermore:
        “The non-Levantine origin of AJs [Ashkenazi Jews] is further supported by an ancient DNA analysis of six Natufians and a Levantine Neolithic (Lazaridis et al., 2016), some of the most likely Judaean progenitors (Finkelstein and Silberman, 2002; Frendo, 2004). In a principle component analysis (PCA), the ancient Levantines clustered predominantly with modern-day Palestinians and Bedouins and marginally overlapped with Arabian Jews, whereas AJs clustered away from Levantine individuals and adjacent to Neolithic Anatolians and Late Neolithic and Bronze Age Europeans.”

        “Overall, the combined results are in a strong agreement with the predictions of the Irano-Turko-Slavic hypothesis (Table 1) and rule out an ancient Levantine origin for AJs, which is predominant among modern-day Levantine populations (e.g., Bedouins and Palestinians). This is not surprising since Jews differed in cultural practices and norms (Sand, 2011) and tended to adopt local customs (Falk, 2006). Very little Palestinian Jewish culture survived outside of Palestine (Sand, 2009). For example, the folklore and folkways of the Jews in northern Europe is distinctly pre-Christian German (Patai, 1983) and Slavic in origin, which disappeared among the latter (Wexler, 1993, 2012).”

      • Talkback
        January 31, 2018, 10:29 am

        @Jerry Hirsch

        Ask Boris. He is a nose and skull expert.
        http://mondoweiss.net/2018/01/narratives-palestinian-dispossession/#comment-905634

      • Mooser
        January 31, 2018, 12:23 pm

        “Philip Weiss, who is Jewish, is a actually descended from Khazar converts?”

        Of course not! Phil Weiss is descended in a direct line from Moses and Solomon, through King David.

        Go ahead “Jerry”, prove him wrong on that!

      • Mooser
        January 31, 2018, 6:48 pm

        “At a Reform synagogue in New York last week…”

        …the zelig of anti-Zionist journalism struck again!

      • Jerry Hirsch
        February 4, 2018, 2:20 pm

        Mysterious, where is the source for this excerpt?

        “The Origins of Ashkenaz, Ashkenazic Jews, and Yiddish”

        EXCERPTS:
        “Recent genetic samples from bones found in Palestine dating to the Epipaleolithic (20000-10500 BCE) showed remarkable resemblance to modern day Palestinians.”

        I don’t see it in the document you linked to. I don’t see it on Google either except in your own comments on numerous websites.

      • Jerry Hirsch
        February 4, 2018, 3:49 pm

        Eva Smagacz, the first Khazar skeletons have finally been analyzed and show no genetic similarity to Jews. Your Khazar theory has been proven false!

        http://file.scirp.org/pdf/AA_2017011815275855.pdf

      • Eva Smagacz
        February 4, 2018, 6:41 pm

        Jerry Hirsch,

        you wrote about to Misterioso:
        I don’t see it in the document you linked to. I don’t see it on Google either except in your own comments on numerous websites.

        You didn’t see it, because Misterioso did not quote the paper verbatim . If you read it, rather than use google, you will realise that Misterioso refers to the folowing:

        “(…) ancient DNA analysis of six Natufians and a Levantine Neolithic (Lazaridis et al., 2016), some of the most likely Judaean progenitors (Finkelstein and Silberman, 2002; Frendo, 2004). In a principle component analysis (PCA), the ancient Levantines clustered predominantly with modern-day Palestinians and Bedouins and marginally overlapped with Arabian Jews (…)”

        Obviously, it was not correct to say “excerpt” about something that is not verbatim. 83/94

      • Eva Smagacz
        February 4, 2018, 7:15 pm

        Jerry Hirsch,

        You said:
        Eva Smagacz, the first Khazar skeletons have finally been analyzed and show no genetic similarity to Jews. Your Khazar theory has been proven false!

        Khazar theory is not mine – it is considered leading hypothesis between, amongst others, Russian history experts.

        (And don’t knock Russian sciences, because behind almost every Jewish Nobel price there is a Soviet education system in the background)

        Two unrelated skeletons, from early Khazar period and from late Khazar period, whose DNA compared with haplotypes that is present in 10% of Ashkenazi Jews is hardly a revolutionary proof, able to prove something as “false”. Its just too narrow an analysis.

        And independently of the presence or absence of Khazaria/Turkic ancestry we must not loose sight that such presence or absence is not in itself a carte blanche allowing Eastern European Ashkenazi Jews to colonise Palestine at the expense of natives. 84/95

  5. Citizen
    January 30, 2018, 4:25 pm

    Leave it to the Jewish Establishment to never think that “Never Again!” might become a universal principle of conduct post WW2, considering the totality of innocent lives lost, not just a tribal loss, considering only the Jewish. BTW how Many CENTURIES did Jews live in prosperity with Muslims, and how many CENTURIES did Jews live with a monopoly on Usury–before they were kicked out by England, Spain Portugal, France? Five? It’s always interesting for a non-Jew, like me, to compare world history with Jewish history, as written, taught by Jews. Note that Alexandr Solzhenitsyn’s 200 Years Together is yet to be published in English translation, although that’s been done in French & German….

  6. JLewisDickerson
    January 30, 2018, 10:57 pm

    With tonight’s superb, historic ‘State of the Union’ address, Donald Trump truly became “America’s President”! ~ John-Lewis Dickerson of Atlanta, Georgia

    P.S. Wasn’t that a phenomenal speech, folks?
    I can’t hear you!
    Again, wasn’t that a phenomenal ‘State of the Union’ address?
    OK people, I still can’t hear you!
    One last time, wasn’t that a phenomenal, superb, historic ‘State of the Union’ address by President Donald Trump?

    Reply|
    Today, 10:36 PM

    • JLewisDickerson
      January 30, 2018, 11:46 pm

      REVISED/ENHANCED VERSION:

      With tonight’s superb, historic ‘State of the Union’ address, Donald Trump truly became “America’s President”! ~ John-Lewis Dickerson of Atlanta, Georgia

      P.S. • Wasn’t that a phenomenal speech, folks?
      People, I can’t *hear* you! [NOTE: “*hear*” means ‘hear’ is said with emphasis.]
      • Once again, wasn’t that a phenomenal ‘State of the Union’ address?
      OK people, I still can’t *hear* you. Consider yourselves to have been warned twice now!
      • One last time, wasn’t that legendary, phenomenal, superb, historic ‘State of the Union’ address by President Donald Trump absolutely the very best ‘State of the Union’ address ever given, bar none, since the beginning of all time, so help you God? [Before you answer, a word (i.e., reminder) to the wise: you’ve been thrice warned, now!]

      You’ve been warned! | The Warning | TEDxUniversityofNevada

  7. Elizabeth Block
    January 31, 2018, 10:39 am

    A couple of things:
    a) Isaac Asimov (I’m quoting from memory) wrote that it turns out that he might be descended from the Khazars of central Asia, not the ancient Palestinians, and said “Who knows? And who cares?”

    As for young Jews turning against Israel, I went recently to a couple of events held by the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (i.e. Canadian Jewish Zionists). Low attendance – 30 and 20 – and mostly not young. I think people are voting with their feet, young and not young. They won’t criticize Israel to their friends and family and rabbi, but they are no longer willing to try to defend the indefensible.

    • Nathan
      January 31, 2018, 3:29 pm

      Elizabeth Block – Just as the late Isaac Asimov is quoted as saying “who cares” when asked if he is a descendant of the Khazarians or of the Israelites, so too should be our reaction when confronted with the issue of the lessening support for Israel. So what? What difference does it make if a young American Jew speaks up for Israel or if he remains silent? It’s really quite similar to all our comments here at Mondoweiss. We can write the most amazing comments, and yet nothing changes. Reality is created by those who actually take action, and actually troubling oneself or dedicating one’s life for a cause is not the calling card of American Jews.

      • Mooser
        January 31, 2018, 4:39 pm

        ” and actually troubling oneself or dedicating one’s life for a cause is not the calling card of American Jews.”

        Sure, you bet “Nathan”. Israel, Zionism, has no need of active support from American Jews. If American Jews did nothing else but simply stop supporting Israel, it would make no difference at all. Zionism would roll on regardless.

    • Mooser
      February 5, 2018, 12:32 pm

      .” They won’t criticize Israel to their friends and family and rabbi, but they are no longer willing to try to defend the indefensible.”

      People gotta choose their battles, and nobody wants to lose the battle of wills.

  8. [email protected]
    January 31, 2018, 11:42 am

    So, if Philip Weiss, and most Ashkenazi Jews are descended from Khazarians, or whatever, and that — somehow — makes them not really Jewish, then we would have to say the same about the majority of people who claim Israel as their “homeland.”

    • Mooser
      January 31, 2018, 12:32 pm

      You know, I remember when I was a kid in the 50’s in NY. I was told, in no uncertain terms, that so many Jews of all kinds had died in the Holocaust, and so many families been shattered, that it was extremely rude to talk about or ask about lineage.
      But I guess things have changed. Now we are an aristocracy, with pedigrees to brag about.

      • eljay
        January 31, 2018, 12:48 pm

        || Mooser: You know, I remember when I was a kid in the 50’s in NY. … ||

        You can’t fool me – you were never a kid. A calf, maybe, but never a kid. ;-)

      • Mooser
        February 5, 2018, 12:42 pm

        “You can’t fool me – you were never a kid”

        I was a normal, healthy youngster, as these home movies show.

      • eljay
        February 6, 2018, 7:39 am

        || Mooser: … I was a normal, healthy youngster, as these home movies show. ||

        Looks like you had a dizzying childhood! ;-)

      • Mooser
        February 6, 2018, 2:43 pm

        “Looks like you had a dizzying childhood! ;-)”

        Idyllic, virtually vertiginous, for a while. But it hasn’t all been swing-sets and smashing up the occasional Subaru. I lost my first rack, went through my first hunting season, they took “Rocky and Friends” off TV…it hasn’t been all tasty water-plants and willow-shoots. Ach, me krechts, me geht veyter. And now I’m a trophy husband.

      • eljay
        February 6, 2018, 3:14 pm

        A little crazy, but a handsome specimen. I can see why your wife wants to keep you (hanging) around. :-)

      • Kaisa of Finland
        February 6, 2018, 4:51 pm

        “And now I’m a trophy husband..”

        I wonder if this Swedish individual is in anyway related to you.. ?

      • Mooser
        February 6, 2018, 7:28 pm

        No, not related, “Kaisa”. That’s real royalty, there. I’m just one of the common herd.

        ” I can see why your wife wants to keep you (hanging) around. :-)”

        She says I appear to best advantage like that.
        But I’m tired of standing on a desk and sticking my head through a hole in the wall when company comes. I once started coughing and frightened her bridge club into conniptions.

    • Talkback
      January 31, 2018, 1:54 pm

      “So, if Philip Weiss, and most Ashkenazi Jews are descended from Khazarians, or whatever, and that — somehow — makes them not really Jewish, then we would have to say the same about the majority of people who claim Israel as their “homeland.””

      It is irrelevant. The whole “homeland” approach is a ruse. Zionist Jews who claim to be descendants of ancient Hebrews that were allegedly exiled (a hoax beyond Jerusalem) think that they have more rights to live in hist. Palestine than Nonjews who either live there or can prove that they did and were expelled or that they are their direct descendents with refugee status.

      The Zionist approach is just blatanly racist. Not only regarding Jews but also by keeping Nonjews expelled.

      • Annie Robbins
        January 31, 2018, 2:04 pm

        i am similarly unimpressed w/the so-called-historical homeland approach to colonialist nation building.

      • Mooser
        January 31, 2018, 4:44 pm

        “i am similarly unimpressed w/the so-called-historical homeland approach to colonialist nation building.”

        Along with the concurrent effort to racinate Jews into an aristocracy.

  9. LHunter
    January 31, 2018, 3:39 pm

    “When someone criticized the New York Times, Yemini promptly pointed out:
    And we also have to bear in mind that we are speaking about a Jewish newspaper.”

    At least the “journalist” got one thing right (can anyone call themselves a journalist these days? or does it just sound better than propagandist?).

    Phil – the name of the talk was “Industry of Lies” but did Yemini speak to these Palestinian lies or disprove any of them? It seems to me that getting rid of the Industry of Lies that young Jewish minds are tempted by or succumbing to is easily done by disproving the very lies upon which the industry is built upon. You’ve got Zionist media darlings like Wolf Blitzer, Ben Shapiro, and Alan Dershowitz to assist – throw in the NYT rank and file as well. These are big names, hired guns, with all the MSM access they want and yet this Industry has not been dismantled notwithstanding that young Jewish minds are at stake.

    There is only one obvious explanation – the lies are truths – young Jewish minds are tempted by or succumbing to the truth. To most people that’s a good thing.

    • pabelmont
      January 31, 2018, 4:44 pm

      Yemini blames Palestinians for running an industry of lies! How single-minded he is. Is he paying attention? Whether or not he is right in what he says, how about the pro-Israel hasbaristas and their own industry of lying?

      Almost every time Israel blames Palestinians for something, I find (and I at least always wonder) if Israelis did it first. (I almost wonder if Palestinians invented cherry tomatoes or, more likely, made hummus, before Israelis did.)

      I wrote about that here, long ago (and copied it into my blog in 2011): My-Double-Plagiarism-With-Apologies-to-Mahmoud-Darwish

      • LHunter
        February 3, 2018, 9:43 am

        Pabelmont – thx for sharing the link to your blog. Good read.

  10. pabelmont
    January 31, 2018, 4:39 pm

    Gad, wisdom from a slick-suited Yemeni! Oh, so wise. He dresses to persuade! Oh, but so do the slick-suited Palestinians.

    Well, yes. anti-Zionism is, in part, a Jewish sickness. Indeed. And I’d be glad to give up anti-Zionism — such an inconvenient “ism” — were it not for a few things.

    First, the Zionists insist on calling Israel the country of the Jewish People which implies, inter alia, that the crimes of Israel are the crimes of the Jewish People. And altho I don’t agree to most of this blather, it remains a pretty good reason for a guy with Jewish roots to concentrate blame for H/R violations on Israel and pretty much ignore Russia, China, USA (yes USA!) and other bigger players in that dreadful game of HRV.

    In my case, since I know and have friendships with many Palestinians but few Israelis, being Pro-Palestinian is a matter of friendships (and marriage, come to that), and it is hard to be pro-Palestinian without also being vigorously anti-Zionist — try as one might, tho I don’t.

    So I can sympathize with, e.g., Tibetans, , Afghanis, Somails, Vietnamese, Utes, Navahos — but not feel the special magic of friendships and marriage.

  11. yonah fredman
    January 31, 2018, 8:51 pm

    “If Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch had any intellectual integrity he would invite these young Jews and JVP, the people he said are succumbing to lies, and Yemini said are sick, in to his synagogue to explain themselves. Let’s see. . . .”

    There may be some synagogues or temples where such a conversation would be useful. But for the most part, the heavy duty participants in synagogues and temples, whether it is to attend services, perform rituals or discuss politics, are really antipathetic towards JVP. For the most part people participate in the ritual of hearing speakers, in order to confirm their own biases and it is rare that people wish to hear from those they consider enemies. And JVP is an enemy to Jewish statehood. It does not seek to ameliorate, but it seeks to overthrow. So, in rare cases synagogues may seek to enlighten its audience about the reasons for the generation gap, but most synagogues and temples see no reason to give a platform to the enemy.

    • Mooser
      February 4, 2018, 8:42 pm

      ,” but most synagogues and temples see no reason to give a platform to the enemy.”

      So other Jews are now “the enemy”? That should work out well for Judaism. I can see you are very concerned about Jewish survival, “yonah”.

      • yonah fredman
        February 5, 2018, 2:07 am

        I was clear. JVP is an enemy to Jewish statehood. Most synagogues don’t want to hear from enemies to Jewish statehood. (I myself enjoy mud wrestling with neturei karta and jvp, at times, but if I were scheduling speakers, I would consider my customers’ preferences, not my own.)

      • Maghlawatan
        February 5, 2018, 8:29 am

        Jewish statehood could be decent. It could be sustainable. It currently is neither. JVP is an enemy of Israel in the way Sophie Scholl was an enemy of Germany.

      • eljay
        February 5, 2018, 8:29 am

        || yonah fredman: I was clear. JVP is an enemy to Jewish statehood. … ||

        And by “Jewish statehood” you mean Jewish supremacism in/and a religion-supremacist “Jewish State” in as much as possible of Palestine.

        The raw, unsanitized version of Zionism doesn’t sound nearly as noble as “Jewish statehood”.

      • Mooser
        February 5, 2018, 11:48 am

        “Most synagogues don’t want to hear from enemies to Jewish statehood. “

        Oh, so that’s what synagogues are there for. As an adjunct to Zionism. Recruiting, financing and political support for the “Jewish state” are synagogue’s most important business.

      • Mooser
        February 5, 2018, 12:25 pm

        “I was clear. JVP is an enemy to Jewish statehood.” “yonah”

        That’s right, now I remember. “Hostage” used to kick your butt all over the comment threads.

        Anyway here’s the JVP “Missions Statement”, exposing the deep hostility towards “Jewish statehood”:

        “JVP opposes anti-Jewish, anti-Muslim, and anti-Arab bigotry and oppression. JVP seeks an end to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem; security and self-determination for Israelis and Palestinians; a just solution for Palestinian refugees based on principles established in international law; an end to violence against civilians; and peace and justice for all peoples of the Middle East. Current mission statement adopted in 2009.”

        Well, “yonah”, you’ve met the “enemy”, and is he us?

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