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  • Dr. Kristol's curriculum: US 'special responsibilities' include 'ancient longings' of Jewish nationalists
    • Why is it that most Jews I've ever known supported humanist values but now they despise those values? The UN gave Israel it's home, but now the UN is viewed as anti-semitic. Not hard to see and old pattern, manifested by the question, "Is it good for the Jews?" Nobody else matters. Oddly, some people are catching on. Bill Kristol is a mirror of Joe Goebbels--the names have been changed to protect the guilty.

    • @ lysisas
      When I was growing up it was all about the starving people in China--that was the reason given to clean your dinner plate. Now the US is a debtor of China. One of the reasons is that the US borrow money from China at interest to give endless funds to Israel, and the US then gives Israel interest on the money it borrowed for Israel. How f***** up is that?

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  • Israel's actions 'unjustified' in eyes of women, non-whites, Dems, indy's, and those under 50 -- Gallup
    • I think the post-grad educated mostly seek to join the 1% & they know the litmus test in professional careers is to at least be silent about what Israel does. The really ambitious loudly rubber-stamp Israel. I'm speaking about the Goy portion of this group.

    • @ Vikram
      Americans are no different than Germans back in the Nazi era; the White Rose was the exception.

    • @ Paldi5
      Yes, I and my brother are two like you, though we are both voluntary Catholic rejects and default agnostics.

    • @ Rational Zionist
      I think you have a good point. All the Cable TV & Infotainment shows are Pro Israel and render endless hasbara talking points with very little counter talking heads. Chris Hayes on MSNBC bucks that trend a little bit. And of course the younger folks get their news from the internet where pros and cons can actually be sorted out since both are easily available. Women generally are empathic to children--Gaza's average age is 17. African Americans don't trust the government, for good reason. The result of all this mainstream media POV is it puts PEP Jews in the same seat as Hagee's dupes & the GOP, starting with McCain, Krauthammer, and Kristol. You'd think they would closer at that pattern, eh?

    • @ jijj
      I think you have a good point--same as all those who think Snowden is a traitor, not an honest whistleblower acting in behalf Americans' best interests; they say, "What do you have to worry about if you're not doing something wrong?" So they impliedly say it's ok for Big Bro to dragnet en masse our privacy so Big Bro can use peruse the metadata content at whim to blackmail dissenters. I'm sure if they had lived in Germany back in the day they'd think it was good The White Rose was murdered by the government.

    • @ just
      Yeah, it seems those Americans who get post undergrad higher education, i.e., lawyers, doctors, MA & PHD types--mostly all follow the Hasbara 101 talking points. Why is that? Is it part of a de facto professional career litmus test? Is it because they all want to joint the 1%? My brother and I, being lawyers, and over age 50, support the Palestinians--I guess we're an aberration? I wonder why.

  • 'Israel is wrong by any moral standard' -- Robinson says, as US media pile up
    • 70% of Gaza is already refugees of #NAkba. Now the US wants to kill more of them due to #AIPAC BRIBES.

  • In photos: Over 1,000 New Yorkers protest Israel's attack on Gaza
    • Why isn't this on the TV news shows? Chicago had a really big protest turnout too. That didn't make the news either.

  • Berkeley rabbi mounts a soapbox in my living room
  • 'No food, no water to revive awaiting certain death...': Horrifying report from Khuza'a village following Israeli attack
    • Yep, gracie fr they've laid out the formula for continue US enablement--it's interesting that nevertheless , Bibi N still finds it hard to do.

    • The system how the US gets its elected government really needs to be changed. That future US foreign policy depends on the whims of the younger generation of 2% of its citizens is an acute Achilles heel, as it is currently in the hands of the Jewish Establishment orchestrated by AIPAC. Future history books about America will tell readers the USA lost it's soul and went beyond repair to the dismay of the whole world--due to this flaw, this flaw which enabled a tiny foreign state without oil to rule the lone superpower in the world. The readers of history in the future will see that the US electoral system was a form of bribery with no cut-off for this foreign country of Israel's proxy cash via a 5th column in the USA.

    • Obama still has to answer to Peny Pritzer.

    • @ seafoid
      I have not seen any US mainstream media broadcast of what HAMAS has to say about the situation in Gaza, but Bibi Netanyahu's take is all over US mainstream media news. Why is that? Given AIPAC, is that a rhetorical question? Are we left with Imus In The Morning to explain the why and what is happening in Gaza? Really depressing, this state of Take your pick.

    • @ Ka24
      Is there anyone more ridiculous that Kerry? Consider that Kerry can't say anything officially unless it has Obama's blessing. Obama is a real disgrace. U want reality politics? Obama already got the Noble Prize for Peace. Most Americans are just ignoring foreign policy. If you want to see why, go watch PBS show on Poor Kids in USA. It's delivered through the real voices of American poor kids with no narrative direction. Really hard to support US foreign aid to Israel after watching this show, and I can't help thinking of the crisis in Detroit. That does not seem to bother the US Congress. Sheldon Adleson and Soros reign supreme as to US financial aid to anybody; it's not Americans they care about, just the Jews in Israel. US campaign finance law is killing American kids. It's a real domestic issue, but US mainstream media treats it as a foreign policy deal. The two are connected. Dick and Jane need to wake up.

    • @ SQ Debris
      Israel regime says, on the one hand, that there's no worry about rockets from HAMS regarding BG airport, yet those rockets are its excuse for kiling Gaza civilians at a rate of 75% according to UN, with 33% of those killed by IDF being kids.

    • The zionist rag Algemeiner says Obama is using FAA to harm Israel, directly implying there 's no problem of safety to Americans in flying to and from Israel regardless of HAMAS missiles and the death of the airliner over Ukraine that especially harmed the Dutch.

    • Yeah, Cruz says Obama is screwing Israel--Algemeinier, that Zionist rag, is covering it, saying so.

    • @ yonah freedman

      Y worry? US senate is totally bribed by AIPAC matrix?

    • Me too!

  • 'We know that Israel has no red line when it attacks us': Civilians bear the brunt as Israel’s offensive on Gaza continues
    • It seems to be hopeless. First we have the US political campaign finance system, which determines he who has the most singularly focused donor money determines US foreign policy (special interests rule) --supported by SCOTUS, and then we have the conflation of Zionism with Jewishness, echoing back to the Shoah and the anti-semite card/charge. Barney Frank is a PEP, and he knows the score, sample is he just orchestrated Congress to keep auto dealers immune from the regulation of subprime car loan system enforced on banks, when they are actually partners with the banks. It's even easier when there is no influential opposition, as in the case of giving a blank check to Israel.

  • 'Slate' blames Birthright for indoctrinating American Jew who was killed fighting for Israel
    • According to The Forward, in February of 2011, 37 US jews died fighting terrorism in US military uniforms in the middle east; at the time nearly 6,000 US military were killed fighting there for that government-claimed reason.

    • Rula Jebreal tells U the US main media is totally biased in favor of Israel. It is. She's now booted out.

    • I'd just like to see the US main media tell the US public that a big proportion of Gaza population are refugees from being kicked out of their generationl homes by Israel in the first place. Seems that context is too much to ask of the US mainstream media.

    • From what I've read, one American-born and bred dual citizen young jew volunteered to become an IDF sniper, killing Palestinian civilians trying to help their children, and the other one drove an armored IDF troop carrier into Gaza. Also, from facts given by the Forward, 37 American Jews gave their life as US troops in Afghanistan and Iraq as of February 2011, in context of nearly 6, OOO US youth soldiers who died as of then; there's about 2000 US Jewish youth in the IDF now.

  • US plays decisive role in Israel's attack on Gaza
    • @ Annie Robbins
      I multi-task. I flip the channels to see which are lying the most about the I-P conflict. It amazes me how they all do, so incessantly, with such straight faces. The two favorite "experts" FOX goes to: Krauthammer and John Bolton.

    • @Shingo
      A friendly relationship with the USA requires any country to also be friendly to Israel.

    • UN vote against Israel, Israel says "Get lost"

    • Chris Hayes on MSNBC now show: largest WB protest in a decade. 60 Palestinians injured in street protest. Palestinian death count goes way beyond 700.

    • Those Arab states genuflect to the USA. They may have oil, but they don't have the way to distribute it and make a profit that won't harm them--don't you remember the oil embargo in 1973?

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