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eljay

I'm a happily-married, vegetarian and atheist Canadian with two wonderful cats. :-)

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  • Iran is going to nuke your dog, pro-Israel group warns
    • Well, Iran might nuke your dog, but Israel actually does pour gasoline down your son's throat and burn him to death.

  • Obama and the Zionists
    • || yonah fredman @ September 1, 2015, 9:26 pm ||

      That's an awful lot of words just to say that you believe in Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State".

      || ... The Jews in Israel are a vulnerable people vis a vis, the exertion of Iranian power as in support for Hamas and Hezbollah. ... Plus, the Jews in Israel could quite conceivably become vulnerable vis a vis, Iran, once Iran has a bomb ... ||

      The Jews in Israel are Israeli. The non-Jews in Israel - 20% of the Israeli population - are also Israeli, and they are also vulnerable people v-à-v the exertion of Iranian power and could also quite conceivably become vulnerable v-à-v Iran once it has the bomb.

      Sure, I get that non-Jewish Israelis aren't worth as much as Jewish Israelis, but IMO they do merit some small measure of consideration nevertheless.

    • || hophmi: Are we anywhere close to this? No. We are not remotely close, and Jews should not have to wait until then and be asked to live as if this era was already upon us. ||

      So what you're saying is that any time non-Jews feel that they are being fucked over by Jews, they should not appeal to justice, accountability or equality; instead, they should simply fuck Jews over. Careful what you wish for, you Jew-hater you.

    • || Annie Robbins @ September 1, 2015, 3:55 pm ||

      Hey, Annie. The accuracy of hophmi's numbers don't matter to me as much as the fact that he consistently uses acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews as justification for all the (war) crimes and other acts of injustice and immorality that he and Zio-supremacists like him have been advocating, undertaking, supporting, justifying or excusing for almost 70 years.

      Every time he screams anti-Semitism and promotes Zio-supremacism, he demonstrates that he is nothing more than a hateful and immoral supremacist and hypocrite.

    • || hophmi: ... Jews are quite “empowered” in France, and yet, they’re 40% of the victims of racist violence there. Jews in Sweden have been essentially forced out of Malmo, Sweden’s second largest city. Throughout Europe today, Jews are advised not to walk around with their heads covered because it’s dangerous. ... the followers of your blog have denied that there’s a problem. ... ||

      I don't deny that there's a problem but, unlike you, I believe that the solution to acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews is the universal and consistent application of justice, accountability and equality.

      Unlike you, I do not believe that:
      - acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews justify acts of injustice and immorality committed by Jews;
      - Jews are entitled to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them; and
      - acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews justify the creation of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and/or religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

  • 'They tried to kill me': Nonviolent activist recounts brutal encounter with Israeli military
    • I offer my respect as well.

    • Zio-supremacists - whether they are engaging in acts of injustice and immorality against others or "merely" advocating, defending, supporting and/or justifying those acts - are truly hateful and immoral people.

  • The 'Pallywood' smear: Viral images of Palestinian boy's brutalization brings backlash
    • || hophmi: So what you’re saying is that all criticism of the Palestinians is racist because they’re an ethnicity. Got it. ... ||

      The more worked up you get, the more your stupid* shows. He didn't say that ALL criticism of Palestinians is racist - you said that.

      (*Your hatefulness and immorality also shows more but, in this instance, stupid has taken center stage.)

      || ... As long as you admit that this means that all criticism of Israel is racist, since, by the ridiculous definition you’re using, the Israelis are also an ethnicity. ... ||

      Since he didn't say that all criticism of Palestinians is racist, he doesn't have to admit that all criticism of Israel is racist. But just as some criticism of Palestinians is racist so, too, is some criticism of Israelis racist.

    • || hophmi @ September 1, 2015, 4:37 pm ||

      hophmi's four-paragraph post is a lovely bit of apologetics for Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State" and related past and on-going (war) crimes. He ignores almost seven decades of theft, occupation, colonization, oppression, torture, murder, intransigence and belligerence, and mixes in a bit of whataboutism for good measure.

  • U.S. is even more implicated in Israeli settlement project than we thought
    • || amigo: ... When your pip squeak tin pot nation enacts nationality laws like real democracies do , then come back and brag about Israel allowing citizenship . ||

      "What we have here is...failure to communicate. Some men you just can't reach. So you get Israel as a religion-supremacist 'Jewish State', which is the way he wants it. Well, he gets it. I don't like it any more than you men."

      (With apologies to Strother Martin.)

  • Israeli minister says IDF should have fired on unarmed Palestinian protesters for humiliating a soldier
    • || erer: So thats where I can get slapped and kicked by 12 year old girls as much as I like and get away with it. Interesting. Going to apply for israeli army ||

      Yup, it's all good fun until you're confronted by armed "Aye-rabs", at which time you shit your pretty Captain Israel uniform and cry like a little baby. :-(

  • NY's Center for Jewish History to host Ayelet 'Little Snakes' Shaked in conversation with Bret 'Hiroshima' Stephens
    • || Steve Grover: ... It’s a good thing I’m the only Jew that reads mondoweiss. ||

      Or so your diminished, Zio-supremacist IQ leads you to believe... :-P

    • ... Behind every terrorist stand dozens of men and women, without whom he could not engage in terrorism. Actors in the war are those who incite ... who give shelter, who provide vehicles, and all those who honor and give them their moral support. They are all enemy combatants, and their blood shall be on all their heads. ... They should go, as should the physical homes in which they raised the snakes. Otherwise, more little snakes will be raised there.

      And with that comment, Ms. Shaked legitimizes the destruction of every Jewish person in the world who engages in or supports the Jewish terrorism of oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

      With friends like her - and Jeff "all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews" B - who needs enemies?

  • Videos: Brave Tamimi women of Nabi Saleh take down Israeli soldier assaulting injured child
    • || Mooser: Lookin’ gooooood, “Irvi”! ... ||

      Is he prancing about in his Captain Israel outfit again?

    • || ivri: Well, this clearly represents a state of desperation – when only extreme demagoguery and propaganda is the last thing left in trying to save a ruined cause. ... ||

      And yet you and Zio-supremacists like you keep trying to save the ruined cause of Zio-supremacism*. How sad. :-(
      __________________________
      (*A ruin of justice, morality and equality since its inception.)

  • God is on Israel's side, but not the United States, says Israel's new U.N. ambassador
    • || RoHa: Danon quotes a book written by Jews to claim that God supports Israel. Has God confirmed elsewhere that he did indeed say the things attributed to him? ... ||

      I'm pretty sure God has confirmed it with most - if not all - Zio-supremacists. Since they will no doubt vouch for Him, God can stay Home and enjoy lounging around in his Captain Israel outfit.

  • Why did a Jewish Day School student cry hysterically when she learned about the Deir Yassin massacre?
    • || Froggy @ September 1, 2015, 12:40 am ||

      Thanks for your post, Froggy. For all his blustering - and he sure does do a lot of it - hophmi is a moral midget.

      (With apologies to midgets.)

    • || RoHa: I see that poor hophmi is so busy that he has not had chance to answer your question yet, eljay.
      But I’m sure he will. Aren’t you? ||

      I'm pretty sure that as soon as he finds the time in his busy schedule, he'll ignore the question. :-)

    • || hophmi: I can, unlike most here, admit when my own community is doing something wrong. ||

      Which "community" is your "own community"? Is it:
      - the people in your neighbourhood;
      - the people in your country;
      - the people in the country of Israel;
      - people throughout the world who are Jewish;
      - all of the above;
      - some of the above;
      - a subset of one of the above;
      - subsets of some of the above; or
      - subsets of all of the above?

    • || hophmi: ... Now tell me when Muslim day schools are making their documentary ... ||

      Israel is a "moral beacon" except for when it's rolling around the bottom of the barrel with all those Mooslim and the Aye-rab states. Zio-supremacists sure do love their whataboutery...

  • Calling Herzog and liberal Zionism ‘racist,’ Gideon Levy instigates a reckoning
    • || Teapot: I may be wrong here, but to me it sounds as if you think there are forms of Zionism that are not racist. If so, could you please elaborate? Because I thought that Zionism was a racist ideology no matter whether it’s liberal, modern, of the right-wing variety or whatever other form there is. ||

      Good point. Zionism is religion-based Jewish supremacism. It isn't compatible with equality.

      || ritzl: You’re all good, Bornajoo. Imho. ||

      +1.

  • Israel's destruction of Mamilla cemetery part of effort to remove Palestine from Jerusalem
    • It is truly disgusting for hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists to build a museum of "tolerance" - in occupied territory, no less - even as they and their oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist state continue with their decades-long campaign of intolerant Jewish supremacism and related (war) crimes.

  • One year later, Gaza is still in crisis
    • || Annie Robbins: hmm, i’m thinking the holocaust gave zionism a boost. ... ||

      The Holocaust, the "thousands of Jews" killed by Palestinian suicide bombs in (greater) Israel, acts of anti-Semitism in Paris and elsewhere - all of them are used by Zio-supremacists:
      - not as reasons to advocate the universal and consistent application of justice, accountability and equality; but
      - as justification for Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State" and related past and on-going (war) crimes.

  • For the high holidays, Bernie should bring his presidential campaign to Tzedek Chicago
    • || Steve Grover: ... (1) There’s nothing tzedek about a few Israel hating “Jews”. ... ||

      Tzedek (charity)

      Tzedek is a UK-based registered charity[1] organization which aims to provide a Jewish response to the problem of global poverty.

      The Meaning of "Tzedakah":

      "Tzedakah" is the Hebrew word for the acts that we call "charity" in English: giving aid, assistance, and money to the poor and needy or to other worthy causes. ... The word "tzedakah" is derived from the Hebrew root Tzade-Dalet-Qof, meaning righteousness, justice, or fairness. In Judaism, giving to the poor ... is simply an act of justice and righteousness, the performance of a duty, giving the poor their due.

      Loving an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, intransigent, belligerent, nuclear-armed and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" does not appear to be a requirement of either Tzedek or Tzedakah.

  • 'NYT' and Chris Matthews are frank about Jewish role in Iran Deal debate
    • || lysias:

      it puts in danger our biggest ally in the region, which is Israel

      Israel’s population is 8 million. Saudi Arabia’s is 29 million. Turkey’s is 78 million. Pakistan’s is 192 million. ||

      "Biggest" as in "most fellate-able".

  • Videos: 'Vanity Fair' story about anti-Semitic pogrom in Paris is falling apart
    • || Annie Robbins: ... eljay, i don’t pay him much mind. ... ||

      Props to you for withstanding his hypocritical and supremacist wind, even when it blows hard (as is often the case). :-)

    • || hophmi: ... Do you ever listen to yourself, Annie? Do you realize how stupid you sound and how offensive you are? ... ||

      hophmi huffs and puffs about anti-Semitism, but he never advocates the universal and consistent application of justice, accountability and equality.

      A die-hard Zio-supremacist, he instead uses acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews as justification for acts of injustice and immorality committed by Jews - including Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State" and decades worth of related (war) crimes.

      I don't think he ever listens to himself because if he did he would hear how offensively hateful and immoral - and hypocritical - he sounds.

    • || Kay24: “Full Definition of ANTI-SEMITISM : hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group” ... ||

      1. I thought Jews weren't a race. (If they are, I hope someone can explain to me how a religious conversion - either undertaken or inherited - causes a racial transformation.)
      2. The definition doesn't include hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a tribe, a collective, a people, a nation or a civilization.

      || ... Any criticism of Israel, it’s officials, zionists, or it’s policies, IS NOT ANTI-SEMITISM ||

      I agree. At most, it is anti-Israeli and, therefore, no better or worse than the criticism of any other country and/or its officials, ideology or policies.

    • || ivri: Annie: “An industry of bigotry”
      Are you kidding Annie? Are you not aware of the massive anti-Jewish bigotry in Muslim circles? ... ||

      The existence of anti-Jewish bigotry does not invalidate the existence of anti-Muslim bigotry. Both are unjust and immoral, and both must be condemned.

      || ... And what about the totally-out-of-proportion demonizing- industry of Israel? ... ||

      Israel is an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, intransigent, belligerent, nuclear-armed and religion-supremacist state that has been flouting international laws and committing (war) crimes with impunity for almost 70 years and shows no sign of slowing down. Demonization appears to be proportional.

      And, no, the existence of murderers does not justify serial rape.

    • || hophmi: ... You’ve either been completely silent here on French antisemitism, or, when the subject has been raised, you’ve questioned every account. It’s just another example of your callousness toward the lives of Jews in Europe. ... ||

      Whether they be Jewish or non-Jewish, all citizens of all countries deserve to be served and protected by governments that believe in justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied.

      The callousness of Zio-supremacists leads them:
      - to use acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews as justification for acts of injustice and immorality committed by Jews; and
      - to behave as though Jews are entitled to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them.

  • How my return to Zimbabwe redoubled my enthusiasm for BDS in Israel/Palestine
    • || Mikhael: I clearly wrote that Approximately 2,500 Israeli deaths, the majority civilian, can be attributed to terror attacks since 1948 ... ||

      hophmi asserted that Palestinians have killed "thousands of Jews with suicide bombs" in (greater) Israel.

      He got called out on his assertion.

      In his defence, you moved the goal-posts and clearly wrote "Approximately 2,500 Israeli deaths, the majority civilian, can be attributed to terror attacks since 1948. So yes, it is literally 'thousands'."

      Your statement does not support hophmi's assertion that Palestinians have killed "thousands of Jews with suicide bombs" in (greater) Israel.

      || ... Probably only slightly under one thousand Israeli civilian deaths, the vast majority of them Jews ... ||

      Correct: hophmi's assertion is false.

    • || Mikhael: Approximately 2,500 Israeli deaths, the majority civilian, can be attributed to terror attacks since 1948. So yes, it is literally “thousands”. ... ||

      hophmi wasn't talking about Israeli deaths, he was talking about Jewish deaths. (Non-Jewish deaths appear not to interest him.) His initial assertion was this: "Killing thousands of Jews with suicide bombs ... "

      Could you please link to your source supporting his assertion that Palestinians have killed "thousands of Jews with suicide bombs" in (greater) Israel? Thanks.

    • || hophmi: How callous people here are to refer to the murders of thousands of people as “superhuman restraint.” ... ||

      1. That's an interesting comment, coming from a Zio-supremacist who callously advocates, supports, justifies and/or defends Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State" and decades worth of associated (war) crimes.

      2. I don't recall hophmi ever taking to task any of the Zio-supremacists who callously refer to the murderous Israeli Forces of Occupation and Oppression as "the world's most moral army".

    • || Rafi: Mondoweiss and bds will not rest until israel turns into zimbabwe. ... ||

      As far as I can tell:
      - MW and BDS advocate justice, accountability and equality.
      - Zio-supremacists advocate Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State" in as much of Palestine as possible, a "peace" that lets them keep most (if not all) of what they have stolen, and absolution of responsibility for all their past and on-going (war) crimes.

      The world needs a lot more of what MW and BDS are doing, and a lot less of what Zio-supremacists (or supremacists of any kind) are doing.

  • Beinart's fear of 'Israstine'
    • || hophmi: ... It all boils down to whether you’re intelligent and humble enough to understand that the Middle East and America are different places ... ||

      I wonder when Zio-supremacists are going to become intelligent and humble enough to understand that:
      - Israel is not a "Western-style democracy", a "moral beacon" and a "light unto the nations";
      - Israel is an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, intransigent, belligerent and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" that has been committing (war) crimes with impunity for almost 70 years; and
      - they are hateful and immoral people.

      I suspect it won't happen any time soon.

    • || eljay: ... I don’t see why Palestinians and non-Zionist Jews couldn't be loyal...

      Correction: ... I don't see why Palestinians, non-Jewish Israelis and non-Zionist Jewish Israelis couldn't be loyal...

    • ... To imagine that Israelis and Palestinians can live together peaceably and freely in one country (let’s call it “Israstine”), you have to believe that the “Israstine” army, composed of joint Jewish-­Palestinian ­brigades, would hold together under enormous stress because its members are more loyal to “Israstine” than they are to being Jewish or Palestinian. That’s even more delusional than the two-state solution. More likely, “Israstine” would be civil war under a common flag. ...

      I don't see why Palestinians and non-Zionist Jews couldn't be loyal to a secular and democratic state of Palestine (in Palestine) of and for all of its citizens, immigrants, expats and refugees, equally.

      I don't see how Zio-supremacists - who believe that all Jewish people in the world are entitled to a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" in as much of Palestine as possible - could ever possibly be loyal to a secular and democratic state of Palestine (in Palestine) of and for all of its citizens, immigrants, expats and refugees, equally.

  • Omar Barghouti on Matisyahu: 'Perfectly reasonable to oppose performance by any bigot'
    • || ivri: ... in the end you cannot thrive on Negatives only. BDS, terror, missiles, mortars, violent demonstrations, hate talk, disruption of events and what not, cannot be a substitute for positive acts. ... ||

      Yup. Jewish terrorism, ethnic cleansing, oppression, colonialism, expansionism, torture, murder, intransigence, belligerence and sundry (war) crimes cannot be a substitute for positive acts. Unfortunately, Zio-supremacists and the "Jewish State" have no intention of engaging in positive acts.

  • Senator Booker and Rabbi Boteach's Iran Deal poetry slam
    • Yesterday Rabbi Boteach responded with three quotes justifying toughness:

      “The pacifist is as surely a traitor to his country and to humanity as is the most brutal wrongdoer.” – Theodore Roosevelt

      “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.”- Albert Einstein

      “Those who are kind when they should be cruel will end up being cruel when they should be kind.” Insight from the Talmud

      It's good to see that Mr. Boteach finally understands and respects Hamas' fight against the on-going (war) crimes of the "Jewish State".

  • Citing 'everlasting commitment' to Israel, 26 Jewish bigs come out for Iran deal
    • || Kay24: ... U.S. President Barack Obama will reportedly address the American Jewish community on the Iran nuclear deal ... ||

      Barry O. appears to be anti-Semitically conflating all Jews with Israel and Israel with all Jews. If anything, he should be addressing the Israeli-American community - a community comprising Jewish and non-Jewish Israeli-Americans - and not the community of all Americans who happen to be Jewish.

  • Netanyahu Asks GOP Candidates: What kind of contortions will you do for Israel?
    • || RoHa: Interesting view of the person I think will be your next president. ||

      I was about to reply with "Do you think Americans are actually ready to elect a cartoon president?"...and then I remembered Dubya. ;-)

      Nicely done, Ms. Miranda. :-)

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  • 'There is no Jewish terror': Conspiracy theory that Palestinians committed Duma firebombing spreads among Israelis
    • || talknic: @ DaBakr August 20, 2015, 11:45 pm

      WOW !!! What a big turgid Ziowad of whataboutery ||

      Yup. Zio-supremacists seem to think that as long as murderers exist, serial rape is perfectly acceptable. They never - ever - advocate justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied.

      Zio-supremacists are truly hateful and immoral people.

    • At that point, the soldier became agitated by the term “Jewish terror.” “Stop using the term ‘Jewish terror.’ There is no Jewish terror,” Rotem said. “Remove this word from your lexicon. It doesn’t exist. They made it up for the leftist media.”

      "There is no brutal and physical and sexual assault," said the rapist. "It doesn't exist. Now if you will excuse me, I must return to my basement. I'm entertaining a couple of female guests and I'm anxious to get down to business with them."

  • End of lockstep US Jewish support for Israel is a triumph not a tragedy
    • || Kay24: ... It is unbelievable to think that the worlds greatest superpower is controlled so much by a conniving little rogue nation. ||

      It's depressing to think that the people who run the world's greatest superpower are so willing - so desperate, actually - to sell their souls to a (war) criminal and supremacist state.

  • ‘The strategic implications of these demolitions are clear’: UN slams Israeli home demolitions and settlement expansion
    • || jon s: The Rototom Sunsplash festival organizers have apparently reversed their decision:

      link to jpost.com ||

      ... Dropping the singer from the lineup was widely viewed as anti-Semitism, and the apology came after the festival’s organizers came under sharp criticism for demanding that only Matisyahu – an identifying Jew who in the early years of his career performed in the traditional garb of a Chabad hassid – issue a political statement as a condition to performing. ...

      ||just: ... For those who might be interested, Ali A. has a good article up with some ‘interesting’ information about this guy’s pov.

      link to electronicintifada.net ... ||

      ... BDS País Valencià have explained in a statement why they contacted the festival: “The reasons for our outrage was clear in our messaging: Matisyahu’s repeated defense of Israeli war crimes and gross violations of human rights, incitement to racial hatred and connections to extremist and violent fundamentalist groups in Israel stand in direct contradiction to the human rights and peace principles and spirit of this festival.” ...

      So...was the festival contacted about multiple artists whose actions contradict its principles and it chose to ban only Matisyahu? If 'yes', that smacks of anti-Semitism. If 'no', I don't see a problem.

    • U.N.: "Okay, Israel, you'd better stop that. Right now. I mean it! Don't make me mad, or else...well, let's just say you'd better not make me mad! I'm not joking! Do you understand?! Okay, so...stop that. Right now. I mean it! ... "

  • Over 1,000 Black activists, scholars and artists sign statement supporting freedom and equality for Palestinian people
    • || Annie Robbins: omg! complete with checkpoints , i can’t stop laughing. ||

      Yup, they sure nailed it. Unintentionally, but effectively. :-)

  • Aftermath of Iran Deal: a divided lobby, but Biden's camp says he has 'Jews'
    • Dunno about mutts, but my wife sometimes tells me I'm nuts. :-)

      (And I don't think it has anything to do with being a first-generation Canadian of Croatian and Italian descent.)

  • 'NYT' gives new life to old propaganda -- Terror Tunnels from Gaza
    • Funds that were intended to aid Holocaust survivors
      were instead used by Israel's government
      to build weapons of mass destruction
      to murder Palestinian children.

  • Leading Israeli journalist says Israel is an Apartheid state
    • || yonah fredman: ... It’s “apartheid” on the West Bank. ... (but when I travel in Israel and the quickest bus from Beit Shean to jerusalem is through the west bank I travel through the West Bank despite the politics. I purchase items in the Old City of Jerusalem and not only from the indigenous, although I prefer to purchase a water for five shekels from the indigenous rather than pay 6 shekels to the settlers in the Rova, Jewish quarter. ... ||

      Apartheid in the West Bank, occupation in Jerusalem and a turkey shoot in Gaza. But the water's a shekel cheaper. Hallelujah.

  • Pittsburgh Jews say Obama will allow 'Second Holocaust' while Israel's ambassador openly lobbies Capitol Hill
    • || hophmi: It’s only a Jewish discussion because most others do not prioritize the safety of Jews. That’s why there’s an Israel. Jews aren’t depending on other people to keep them safe anymore. ||

      1. All people should be safe. People who are Jewish are not entitled to "priority safety".
      2. Why do you anti-Semitically lump all Jewish people together? There are Jewish people in many places in the world (like, say, you in America) who depend on others to keep them safe.
      3. People who are Jewish are safest in Israel...except for when they're perpetually on the verge of being wiped off the map and pushed into the sea. That's a strange concept of safety.
      4. Once again, the 20% of Israelis who are not Jewish don't count. That's shameful - but unsurprising - bigotry on your part.

  • Skunk water for Palestinian protesters, not right-wing Jews, in roads near Mohammad Allan's hunger strike
    • || Marnie: ... What is it about peace that drives the GoI nuts? ||

      Zio-supremacists detest peace - and justice, accountability and equality - but love the idea of a "peace" that:
      - lets them keep most (if not all) of what they have stolen; and
      - absolves them of their past and on-going (war) crimes.

      Zio-supremacists appear to operate under the belief that:
      - acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews justify acts of injustice and immorality committed by Jews; and
      - Jews have a right to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them.

      Zio-supremacists are truly hateful and immoral people.

  • Kerry's stirring speech in Cuba was jammed with Iran echoes
    • Kerry: "Freedom, friendship, blah, blah, blah. But make no mistake - if you do something we do not like, condone or authorize, we will f*ck you up. And we will f*ck you up bad. Thank you, and God bless America."

  • A Tale of Two Beaches: Tel Aviv and Gaza
    • || Steve Grover: ... Hamas is the reason Gaza is in the situation it is in. ... ||

      In the same way that the victim chained in the rapist's basement is to blame for the situation she's in. If she would lie back and enjoy it - rather than keep trying to harm the rapist - things would be much better. (Zio-supremacists refer to that condition as "peace", which they prefer to justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied.)

  • Someone Else’s Normal: The Dawabshe tragedy and picturing Palestine
    • ... Israeli soldiers are acting with outrage tonight after news that the military has temporarily revised the rules of engagement for combat soldiers in the occupied West Bank ...

      What are they complaining about? It's not as though they've been told that they have to stop:
      - enforcing the on-going occupation and colonization of Palestine; or
      - oppressing and torturing Palestinians.

  • Jeffrey Goldberg's melodramatic apology for Chuck Schumer
    • || hophmi: ... Hitler didn’t try to murder all of the Jews in Germany until the war was well underway. So the notion that the regime is not anti-Jewish until it murders its Jewish minority is nonsense. ... ||

      Exactly. So the notion that the Zio-supremacist "Jewish State" regime is not genocidal until it eliminates its non-Jewish minority is nonsense.

      || ... There really is no end to the apologetics people will go through here to defend ... ||

      ...an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, intransigent, belligerent, nuclear-armed and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" that has been committing (war) crimes for almost 70 years and shows no sign of slowing down.

  • Roundtable on the Palestinian solidarity movement and Alison Weir
    • || Stephen Shenfield: ... I would question her assertion that Jews in the US and other countries outside Israel are outsiders to the conflict. First, every Jew is a potential Israeli under the Law of Return. At any time he or she can become a direct participant in the conflict. ... So I would argue that Jews outside Israel ARE participants in the conflict. ... ||

      That sounds far too much like JeffB's assertion that all Jews (even non- and anti-Zionist Jews) are responsible for the actions of some Jews. I disagreed with his assertion and I disagree with yours.

  • Dear Freshmen Members of the House of Representatives
    • || Kay24: ... I think these congress people who keep going on their pilgrimage to pay homage to their zionist masters are blind when it comes to the Palestinians and completely wrong when they show this devotion to them. ||

      Intentionally blind, yes, and utterly shameful.

      They're like the rapist's friends, hanging out at his house, hearing the cries of the women chained in the basement, but nodding in agreement with him when he tells them that:
      - he's entitled to those women;
      - he takes good care of them; and
      - any harm that comes to them is strictly due to self-defence on his part in response to irrational hatred on theirs.

      And it doesn't hurt that, from time to time, he'll let them "sample the goods". Wow, what a great "moral beacon" of a guy he is!

  • President Obama wants us to argue about the special relationship
    • || RoHa: ... Hold on, there. I thought it was anti-Semitic to suggest that Jews were not really part of the country they live in. ... ||

      Don't worry, I'm sure hophmi will be along any moment now* to condemn Mr. Abrams' statement as anti-Semitic and perhaps even self-loathing.

      ____________
      (*or not)

    • || mcohen: ... peace for Israel is a dream ... ||

      It doesn't help that Israel is an openly belligerent, intransigent, nuclear-armed and supremacist state that refuses to:
      - halt its 60+ years and on-going occupation and colonization of Palestine;
      - withdraw to within its (Partition) borders;
      - honour its obligations under international law;
      - accept responsibility and accountability for its past and on-going (war) crimes; and
      - enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

      Aggressor-victimhood sure is a tough gig... :-(

    • I agree with oldgeezer that tokyobk appears to have gone off on a bit of a tangent, but I agree with tokyobk's tangent: A sovereign Palestine, just like a sovereign Israel, should be a secular and democratic state of and for all of its citizens, immigrants, expats and refugees, equally, and not a supremacist state of any kind (religious or otherwise).

  • Former Iranian political prisoners urge U.S. support for Iran Deal
    • ... It is not too late to hold the Iranian regime accountable for their continued human rights violations. ... When the Iranian regime no longer fears its people, then the world will no longer have a reason to fear the Iranian regime. ...

      Also: It is not too late to hold the Israeli regime accountable for their continued human rights violations and sundry (war) crimes. ... When the Israeli regime no longer fears its people, then the world will no longer have a reason to fear the Israeli regime.

      Therefore, let's apply more pressure to both regimes until they have:
      - embraced justice, accountability and equality;
      - been held accountable for their past and on-going (war) crimes; and
      - fully divested themselves of all weapons of mass destruction.

  • Israeli Banks flipping out over looming European boycott
    • || jon s: The festival organizers have reversed their decision regarding Matisyahu, and reinvited him, so maybe I had a point… ||

      If the festival was contacted about multiple artists whose actions contradicted its principles and it chose to ban only Matisyahu, I agree that anti-Semitism could have been at play. (And by not banning the other artists, the festival would have been selectively ignoring its principles.)

      If that's not the case, I don’t see a problem. (And reversing the decision means that the festival ignores its principles.)

    • || jon s: ... If Matisyahu is the only performer required to do so, if, as a Jew, he’s judged by different standards, that is, by defintion, Anti-Semitism. ||

      If all Zionist performers are being required to do so, it's not anti-Semitism, it's anti-Zionism.

      But if he is the only Zionist performer being required to do so, and he's being singled out because he happens to be a Jewish Zionist, then I agree that it's anti-Semitism.

    • || jon s: ... This isn’t a performace by an Israeli artist , or a performance by an artist in Israel. Matisyahu is just a performer who happens to be Jewish. ||

      According to jpost:

      ... Valencia has developed a strong BDS campaign and organizers have accused the Jewish artist of being a "Zionist" who supports the practice of "apartheid and ethnic cleansing." ...

      In April of this year: Matisyahu headlining pro-Zionist festival in New Orleans

      Reggae star Matisyahu is headlining this year’s DYF 3.0, a pro-Zionist festival held at Tulane University on April 12. ... The festival was endorsed by Alan Dershowitz ...

    • || gamal: ... “On August 13th, 2015, Paris-plages (Paris-beaches) will become, for 12 hours, Tel Aviv-sur-Seine ... " ||

      Wow, what a stupid idea.

      || ... Bruno Julliard, the glorious Deputy Mayor of Paris, warned against “amalgams between the brutal settlement policy of the Israeli government and the city of Tel Aviv which is a progressive city, a symbol of peace ... ||

      As the capital city of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, intransigent, belligerent, nuclear-armed and religion-supremacist state that has been committing (war) crimes with impunity for almost 70 years, Tel Aviv cannot be a "symbol of peace" any more than WWII Berlin could be a "symbol of peace".

    • || ivri: Since 70 years now there is always the next Big Move that will bring Israel to its knees. ... In the meantime…. ||

      1. Every new empire is the Thousand Year Empire...until it's not. The "Jewish State" is no different. :-(

      2. Once again, your usually-fluent English has slipped. Interesting.

  • Congressman Ted Lieu, are you really in bed with AIPAC?
  • Celebrating Hiroshima, WSJ columnist insinuates US should nuke Iran
    • First, George Jonas in the National Post last week, on why nuking Hiroshima was necessary and why the west should be prepared to do it again:

      Dropping the bomb is a harsh but possible method of stopping proliferation; banning the bomb through international treaties is not. Ban-the-bomb campaigns and negotiated agreements ensure only that the most aggressive and fanatical regimes possess the most destructive weaponry.

      According to Mr. Jonas, nuclear-armed America and Israel are among "the most aggressive and fanatical regimes". I would have to agree.

  • Israel's 'blame the hand' excuse for settler violence
    • || RobertHenryEller @ August 11, 2015, 9:56 am ||

      Good post. When the soft-core Zio-supremacists aren't overly-troubled by their country's past and on-going (war) crimes - including on-going occupation, colonization and oppression, as well as periodic mass murders - it's hard to believe that the hard-core Zio-supremacists lose any sleep over the deaths of a couple of "Arabs".

  • Netanyahu for president? He's been a citizen-- twice!
    • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has irritated some Americans by injecting himself into our debate over the Iran deal, though many Republicans have treated Netanyahu with more respect than the president. Well, Netanyahu may have more standing than we thought. He has been an American citizen twice, and has twice renounced his citizenship, according to his former aide, Michael Oren.

      If I were American, I wouldn't want as president a man:
      - who has twice abandoned his and my country; and
      - who values Jews and Israel more than he values America and Americans.

      Thankfully, I'm not American, so I'm only stuck with a donkey-fellating Prime Minister.

  • It's not bigoted to call out the Israel lobby over Iran Deal
    • || hophmi: ... The practice of referring to elected officials by their religion ... ||

      There you go again, reducing Jewish to just a religion, when it's just as likely that he was being referred to by his ethnicity (given that Jewish is also an ethnicity), his peoplehood (what, you've never heard of the Jewish people?) and/or his nationality (given that Jewish is also a nation).

    • || hophmi: ... Israel, which has, in a region without a democracy where countries regularly imprison/kill/expel minority groups, remained a democracy with a strong civil liberties record. ||

      In "a region without a democracy where countries regularly imprison/kill/expel minority groups", Israel has remained an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, belligerent, intransigent and religion-supremacist state that:
      - continues to steal, occupy and colonize Palestinian land and to oppress, torture and kill Palestinians;
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law (including allowing ethnically-cleansed refugees to return to their homes and lands);
      - refuses to accept responsibility and accountability for its past and on-going (war) crimes; and
      - refuses to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

      That's quite the track record for a "moral beacon" and "light unto the nations" state. Give credit where credit is due.

    • || hophmi: ... And of course, the idiocy of Eljay’s statement ... ||

      My statement is factual. The idiocy is entirely yours.

    • || hophmi: ... This ain’t about Israel, which has faced terrorism for 80 years ... ||

      1. Israel hasn't been around for 80 years.
      2. Israel has been committing terrorism and (war) crimes since its founding. Give credit where credit is due.

    • || hophmi: ... Tell me how many times you’ve seen a Republican Senator voting against the deal referred to as “Christian Senator so-and-so.”. And yet, Schumer is now routinely referred to as, to quote NPR, ” the most powerful Jewish Democrat.”. That’s bigotry, pure and simple. ||

      When it suits their purposes, Zio-supremacists will tell you that Jewish is much more than just a religion: It's a tribe, a culture, an ethnicity, a people, a nation and a civilization.

      But when it suits their purposes, Zio-supremacists are mighty quick to reduce Jewish to just a religion.

      That's interesting, pure and simple.

  • Schumer defection raises fears about firewall on Jewish support for Iran Deal
    • A liberal, Jewish-born lawmaker from Hawaii ...

      1. According to Wiki, he was born in Michigan, not in Jewish or Hawaii.
      2. Ha'aretz mentions his religion* - why is Ha'aretz so bigoted?
      ________
      (*At this time and according to hophmi, Jewish is a religion.)

  • Shocker: 'NYT' runs front page press release for AIPAC warning Obama to cool his jets
    • || italian ex-pat: ... Either he is an insomniac or, more likely, he is writing from the good old USA, and is in Jerusalem only in his dreams. ||

      Perhaps he's been too busy this year to steal his share of Palestine. But maybe next year in Jerusalem, eh?

  • Palestinian forced to strip to underwear before attending briefing at Israeli Embassy in Washington DC
    • || TonyRiley: Because no Palestinian could be a terrorist. ||

      Palestinians can be terrorists. Jews have proven that they can be terrorists, too. You're absolutely right to demand that Jews (like Palestinians) be strip-searched at random and simply for being Jewish (or Palestinian).

  • Obama ushers in the crisis of the Israel lobby
    • || unverified__5ilf90kd: ... Mark Shields on PBS last night ... said the words “the Jews” twice. This is indeed a breakthrough. Even white people these days feel emboldened to talk about “the Jews” who are causing so much fuss and bother ... ||

      Zio-supremacists have done a bang-up job of conflating their unjust and immoral ideology and enterprise with all Jews and Judaism. Somewhere, JeffB is rubbing his hands together in anticipation of all Jews being held responsible for the actions of hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists like him.

  • Obama tells Americans it is 'abrogation of my constitutional duty' to defer to Israel on Iran Deal
    • || hophmi: ... You’re the type of callous person who would ask a father whose wife and children were murdered by a home invader to move back into the house where they were killed. ||

      Your indignation is amusing, given that you're the type of hateful and immoral person who would encourage a co-collectivist father whose wife and children were murdered by a home invader to invade someone else's home, drive out or kill most of the family and then claim the home for himself.

    • || RoHa: ... All [hophmi] can see is the Holocaust, and he blames the world for that. ... ||

      Zio-supremacists like hophmi look to acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews and conclude not that the world would be a better place if justice, accountability and equality were universally and consistently applied, but that:
      - acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews justify acts of injustice and immorality committed by Jews; and
      - Jews are entitled to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them.

      Zio-supremacists like hophmi - who advocate, support, justify and/or excuse Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State" and related past and on-going (war) crimes - are truly hateful and immoral people.

    • "'Forward!' he cried from the rear and the front rank died
      The general sat and the lines on the map moved from side to side"

  • The two-state pipedream: Israel will move 100s of 1000s of settlers
    • || yonah fredman: Jewish bad behavior repeatedly in the past required correction. What does this mean? ... ||

      Dunno about "Jewish bad behaviour", but past and on-going (war) crimes committed by hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists and their oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, belligerent, intransigent and supremacist state do require correction.

    • || hophmi: ... You seem to always forget that Palestinians who have proposed a one-state solution over the years have done so because they believe the mirror image of what HaCohen believes – that Palestinians will become the demographic majority. ... ||

      There's nothing wrong with a demographic majority in any country as long as it isn't achieved or maintained by means of:
      - ethnic cleansing, genocide or other (war) crimes; and/or
      - more/different/special rules or laws for the group comprising the majority.

      That's part of the problem with Israel as a religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

  • Understanding the Partition plan
    • || David Gerald Fincham: ... unfortunately Jewish sovereignty has been a reality since 1948, and once Israel had been recognized as a sovereign state by the two superpowers, there was no possibility of getting rid of it. In fact, at Lausanne in 1949 the Arabs did almost accept the existence of Israel ... ||

      Is the sovereignty Israeli / Israel's, or is it Jewish / Judaism's?

    • || hophmi: Israel’s security problems predate any occupation. Arabs do not accept the idea of Jewish sovereignty in their part of the world ... ||

      For almost seven decades, "Jewish sovereignty" has consisted of:
      - Jewish terrorism;
      - ethnic cleansing of non-Jews;
      - Jewish supremacism in a religion-supremacist state;
      - occupation and oppression;
      - colonialism and expansionism;
      - disregard for international law;
      - belligerence and intransigence; and
      - sundry (war) crimes.

      There's no reason why "Arabs" or anyone else in the world should accept that sort of "sovereignty" or behaviour from any Jewish or non-Jewish religion, tribe, collective, ethnicity, culture, people, nation or civilization (or floor wax or dessert topping).

  • Did the BBC cover up the anti-Semitism of Gaza's children?
    • || RoHa: Sorry, echinococcus. I can’t find it. ||

      Same here.

    • || echinococcus: Finally some sense. Let’s add one more thing: if anyone out there is not even a bit ashamed of being Jewish, something is wrong in his make-up. ||

      IMO, non-Zionist Jews should not be ashamed of the actions of hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist Jews and non-Jews.

      Therefore, I would say: If anyone out there is not even a bit ashamed of being a Zio-supremacist, something is wrong in his make-up.

  • Palestinian toddler killed in settler price-tag attack
    • MR TONER: And we’ve spoken about this before. We have confidence – Israel is a vibrant, strong democracy with strong institutions and a very strong legal system ...

      ...as well as a staggeringly strong history of past and on-going (war) crimes including terrorism, ethnic cleansing, theft, occupation, colonization, oppression, torture and murder. And let's not forget that Israel is intransigent, belligerent and has nuclear weapons. Thank you.

    • || yonah fredman @ July 31, 2015, 12:48 pm ||

      I agree: Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State" - and all past and on-going (war) crimes committed in their pursuit and defense - are unjust and immoral.

  • Pelosi says Iran deal has the votes, and Podhoretz urges Israel to attack Iran
    • Norman Podhoretz: ... I remain convinced that ... the two choices before us are ... a conventional war now or a nuclear war later. ...

      1. Norm, what is it with you Zio-supremacists that you can't refrain from routinely making existential threats against Iran?

      2. Given that you are openly calling for war against Iran, you agree that Iran has every right...
      - to develop nuclear weapons for defensive purposes; and
      - to launch pre-emptive self-defence attacks,
      ...right? If not, why not, Norm? You're not some sort of Zio-supremacist hypocrite, are you, Norm?

  • John Kerry, please don't act like Israel's foreign minister
    • John Kerry: ... Look, I’ve been around this thing for a long time, 29 years in the Senate, and I’m very proud of the 100 percent voting record for Israel in the course of that time. And nobody, I think, has worked harder to try to bring peace to the Middle East or to Israel than I did over the last few years. ...

      Mr. Kerry, by voting 100% for Israel you have worked harder than others to pleasure the Zio-supremacist donkey, but you have not worked hard enough to try to bring peace to the Middle East.

  • Cruz says Iran could set off Electro Magnetic Pulse over east coast, killing 10s of millions
    • || michelle: one might also be concerned that they could ride over America
      on their fire breathing dragons …. if they had fire breathing dragons that is
      everyone knows Iran wants fire breathing dragons it’s just a matter of time ... ||

      Good one... :-)

    • Ted Cruz: ... The single greatest threat if Iran acquired even a single nuclear weapon would be that they would place that weapon on a rocket on a ship anywhere up and down the Atlantic and they would fire that rocket straight into the air into the atmosphere and if it got high enough and they could detonate a nuclear war head, it would set off what’s called an Electro Magnetic Pulse, an EMP. An EMP would take down the electrical grid of the entire eastern seaboard. ...

      I thought the single greatest threat if Iran acquired even a single nuclear weapon was that they would wipe Israel off the map and push it into the sea. Since when is Zio-supremacist-bootlicker Cruz more concerned about the U.S. than he is about Israel? Why does he hate Jews so much?!

  • Sheldon Adelson bankrolls NBA player trip to Israel to fight BDS
    • Education Minister and Habayit Hayehudi chairman Naftali Bennett called the stabbing a "moral crime that cannot be forgiven."

      "Whoever did it harmed Jewish and moral values ...

      1. The cauldron calls the teacup 'black'.

      2. Is Mr. Bennett suggesting that Jewish and moral values permit terrorism, ethnic cleansing, occupation, colonization, devastation, torture, murder and supremacism? Or do they only permit these things when they're committed by Jews against others?

  • Israeli forces kill third Palestinian in less than a week
    • || just: Unholy hell. ... ||

      That is an excellent summary of the situation.

    • Zio-supremacists - from the goons who cleanse, colonize, destroy, assault, torture, maim and murder to the "liberal" types who "hold their noses" and support them - are truly hateful and immoral people.

  • 'This is our Israel, this is for the Jews. No Palestinian should come to Israel': A Palestinian-American's story of being detained at Ben Gurion airport
    • || DoubleStandard: ... No Israeli talks like this. This story has BS written all over it. ||

      Actually, it has DS written all over it: Every Zio-supremacists says Israel belongs to all Jews.

    • || RobertHenryEller: I would love to be able to bar Israelis from travel to the United States. “This is for Americans.” ... ||

      America for Americans makes sense. Israel for Israelis makes sense. Israel for Jews is...what's the word? Oh, that's it: Supremacist.

    • || Basilio: Well, I visited Ben Gurion airport two years ago from Istanbul. I was kept at the airport for 6 hours. My situation was somewhat different, because I was born in Canada. ... ||

      Curious: Was the six-hour delay due to the fact that you were born in Canada or that you arrived from Istanbul? Or was there some other *ahem* "reasonable" explanation?

    • Agent: “ ... This is our Israel, this is for the Jews. ... "

      No justice, accountability or equality - only Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State".

  • In wake of January attacks, French Muslims have been demonized in manufactured 'clash of civilizations'
    • || DoubleStandard: ... it wasn’t that they were more moral. They were just too primitive to figure out how to effectively organize and wage war. ... People are animals at bottom, and the strong trample over the weak. Food chain stuff and all.

      There is nothing inherently evil and violent about the West. The West was just the most powerful, therefore it used violence against inferior civilizations. ||

      And yet you Zio-supremacists keep wailing and moaning about Iran trying to develop nukes to wipe out Israel when you should be admiring them for trying to be less-primitive and more powerful and to effectively organize and wage war in order to commit acts that aren't inherently evil or violent.

      Funny stuff. It's as though you guys don't bother to think through the crap you spout before you spout it.

    • || catalan: I support hate crime legislation against depictions of the Prophet. ... ||

      I don't. Depictions - of humans, animals, inanimate carbon rods, etc. - should not be criminalized.

    • || DoubleStandard: ... A populist uprising means a revolution grounded in mutual understanding of the dangers that radical Islam poses to Western civilization. ... ||

      A belligerent, intransigent, fanatical and nuclear-armed "Jewish State" that encourages - nay, demands - war against other nations also poses a danger to Western civilization. It's time for a populist uprising.

    • || DoubleStandard: ... We are at the point where people in Europe cannot criticize a non-indigenous religion for fear of being violently shut-up. ... ||

      Whether it's Judaism, Islam or some other religion - "indigenous" to Europe or not - people in Europe should be able to criticize it without fear of their property, their lives or their careers being damaged or destroyed.

      || ... We can only hope that the masses are rebelling against the rule of political correctness and embrace of destructive multiculturalism. ... ||

      The masses should rebel against all forms of injustice and immorality - including Islamic fundamentalism and Jewish supremacism and colonialism - and embrace justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied.

  • Huckabee's 'oven' comment echoes many Netanyahu statements equating Iran to Nazis
    • || catalan: So unless all Jews have your opinion on politics, you are threatening us with murder. ... ||

      Zio-supremacists have done and continue to do their best to conflate Israel with all Jews and all Jews with Israel; to insist that Israel is the only true homeland of all Jews; and to assert that loyalty to the "Jewish State" an essential part of being Jewish.

      On top of that, you've got Zio-supremacists like JeffB asserting that all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews.

      Why do Zio-supremacists hate Jews so much?

      || ... One question – who is a Jew? ... ||

      No-one seems to know for certain who is a Jew, but Zio-supremacists are eager and quick to tell you who they think isn't one.

  • You be the judge
    • || Mooser: Shorts, sandals-and-socks are “Jewish traditional clothing”? ... ||

      They must be, because catalan wouldn't lie about such a thing...would he?

    • || catalan: One day the Mondo crowd is holier than though, castigating everyone for daring to make fun of the Amish. The next day is open season on Jewish traditional clothing, sandals with socks, etc. ||

      I agree completely: Let's stop making fun of Jewish traditional clothing and focus on holding hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists and the "Jewish State" of (Greater) Israel accountable for their past and on-going (war) crimes.

    • Life and times in the territories occupied and colonized by the "Jewish State" of Israel.

  • The great Highway 17 billboard contest
    • ... The contrast between the two signs seems to me both striking and telling. The BDS sign points to a hard objective reality, that of occupation and oppression. It asks onlookers to boycott Israeli goods, and the group behind the sign identifies itself. The attempt to counter this offers nothing more than an emotional attachment. ...

      Sadly, the emotional plea to love an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" is likely more effective than the factual plea to support justice, accountability and equality.

  • Huckabee plays the Iran Holocaust trump card
    • || Mooser: Remember that awful “JeffyB”s moral equivalency: “The Holocaust justifies the Nakba, completely” ||

      This is the same JeffB who essentially asserted that "morality" = goal + methods. When it comes to actual morality, he was/is totally out to lunch.

    • How often can the Holocaust ovens be invoked before people everywhere begin to see that, while Jews suffered terribly in Europe, it is the Palestinians in the Middle East who are suffering now?

      Zio-supremacists believe that:
      - acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews justify acts of injustice and immorality committed by Jews; and
      - Jews are entitled to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them.

      And if that means whoring out the Holocaust, they're happy to do it.

  • Israeli forces enter Al Aqsa mosque compound with gunfire to allow rightwing Jewish tour
    • || amigo: ... Yeah we know, there is International Law and then there is Israeli law. ||

      As Mr. Bennett points out, that is the Zio-supremacist way...

    • || Kay24: ... “the Prime Minister spoke again about the three before a security cabinet meeting, saying, “May God avenge their blood.” “Whoever was involved in the kidnapping and the murder will bear the consequences,” Netanyahu said Tuesday evening. “We will neither rest nor slacken until we reach the last of them. And It does not matter where they will try to hide ... ||

      Looks like jon s hasn't gotten around to telling "King" Bibi that there's no such thing as "perfect justice" and that "peace" - not justice or accountability - is therefore the proper reaction to the murder.

  • Iran deal is overwhelmingly supported by American voters -- 54 to 38 percent
    • || y.f.: Some here have scoffed at fears for the population of Israel. ||

      1. You're really loving the word "scoff" these days.

      2. Perhaps I missed them, but the only fears I've seen expressed here are for Jewish Israelis and not for "the population of Israel", 20% of which is not Jewish. (Why do people hate non-Jewish Israelis so much?!)

  • Israeli general likens attack on Gaza towers to 9/11 attack, as 'symbol'
    • || eljay: ... “Current its [sic] not necessary.” ... ||

      Correction: ... "Currently its [sic] not necessary" ...

    • || amigo: ... Do you get the feeling that in the not too distant future, Israel,s leaders will be ordering the expelling thousands and claiming it is for Israel,s security. ||

      As "liberal Zionist" R.W. put it when discussing the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands: "Current its [sic] not necessary."

      I have no doubt that, at some point, Israel's leaders and its Zio-supremacist supporters will once again consider ethnic cleansing to be "necessary".

    • Speaking at the Future Forces for Homeland Security conference in Herzliya last week, Major General (ret.) Gershon Hacohen said:

      “I need symbols, I’m talking about symbols. It is no simple matter. Because if I destroyed three towers in Gaza towards the end of Operation Protective Edge, and inflicted not only pain in the economic sense but also a symbol, and like the Twin Towers in New York were a symbol, what is significant is not only the physics but the significance of the matter.”

      A Zio-supremacist general (ret.) admits what is already evident to many others: The "Jewish State" of (Greater) Israel wilfully commits acts of terrorism.

  • It's time for American Jews to recognize they have been duped
    • || DoubleStandard: ... Israel is a necessary historical justice, and the injustice that was required to create it does not undermine its fundamental claim to legitimacy. ... ||

      Israel was not, is not and never will be a "necessary historical justice".

      The establishment of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine was an act of gross injustice and immorality. For almost 70 years and with impunity, the "Jewish State" has continued to commit acts of gross injustice and immorality. The state and its Zio-supremacist enablers have yet to be held accountable.

      The only legitimacy Israel has is that it exists and its existence has been accepted by the world. It does not have and should never have any legitimacy as an oppressive state, a colonialist state, an expansionist state or a religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

    • || y.f.: ... Leonard Cohen was not duped. He just doesn’t think of the Jewish people as a cult that needs to wither away. ... ||

      1. The existence of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and/or religion-supremacist "Jewish State" is not required in order for people to be Jewish.

      2. As long as people want to be Jewish, there will be Jewish people. (And if/when they don't, there won't.)

      3. If Cohen was not duped into being a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist, that means he chose to be one. Shame on him.

    • || catalan: ... I just don’t get it – if there is peace in the Middle East coming so soon, why nobody seems to be gearing for it, you know, preparing and joyously celebrating. What gives? ||

      Preparations and joyous celebrations would inevitably be viewed as anti-Semitism and/or Jew-hatred. There's no point drawing that fire any sooner than necessary.

    • Mooser July 27, 2015, 12:15 pm
      “I like your wit.”

      || Mooser: ... There has already been a Ziocaine Syndrome Defense in a murder trial (a bartender served a man a non-kosher drink, and he shot ’em. You think I’m kidding?). ... ||

      I read about that. Apparently imbibing clamato is against his religion, but committing murder isn't.

    • || DoubleStandard: ... In your piece you implied that the foundation of Israel is violent and illegitimate ... ||

      That's because it was.

      || ... therefore the state can never be normal. ||

      IMO, Israel can be a normal state - a secular and democratic state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, expats and refugees, equally.

      Unfortunately, Israel - to the delight of Zio-supremacists - shows no sign of wanting to be anything other than an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews.

  • Greece’s Syriza makes military deal with Israel that only US has made
    • || Scotch @ July 25, 2015, 10:03 am ||

      Another Zio-supremacist joins MW in order to tell people that:
      - acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews justify acts of injustice and immorality committed by Jews;
      - Jews are entitled to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them; and
      - Israel is a "Western-style democracy, a "light unto the nations" and a "moral beacon...except for when it's not as bad as Saudi Arabia, Mali and African "hell-holes".

  • 'If we don't take out Iran,' it will reenact the Holocaust in US and Israel -- Steven Emerson to Times Square rally
    • Steven Emerson: ... So now we have the situation that unless Congress acts, I believe ultimately, it’s going to be left up to a military strike to take out the Iranian capabilities to take out the world. If we don’t take out Iran, they will take out us. ...

      Given the countless existential threats that have been and continue to be made against it by America and Israel (among others) and their respective Iranian-haters, I couldn't blame the world's only Iranian state if it were to develop nuclear weapons to defend itself from being wiped off the map and pushed into the sea.

  • Poll: 51% of Jewish Israelis support reconstruction of Gaza settlements
    • || hophmi: The pullout from Gaza was an agonizing experience for most Israelis, and it was sold to them as a way to avoid the constant conflict Israel found itself in with Hamas on the border ... ||

      Pity the hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists who relinquished a small part of what they had stolen not because it was the right thing to do but in order to avoid conflict with the people from whom they had stolen it. Very agonizing.

      Aggressor-victimhood sure is a tough gig... :-(

  • Scenes from a Sanders presidency
    • || Kay24: ... “REUTERS – The head of the World Jewish Congress sharply criticized German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Wednesday for his recent visit to Iran, accusing him of putting business interests before morals ... " ||

      Has the WJC sharply criticized the countries and corporations that put business interests ahead of morals and do business with an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, belligerent, intransigent, nuclear-armed and religion-supremacist "Jewish State"?

  • Democrats are 'uncomfortable' with Iran deal because Netanyahu is so 'influential in our country' -- Rep. Ellison
    • ivri: ... People here are reluctant to admit that Israel prestige stems from its ability to withstand huge challenges of all kinds ... For many Israel is no less than “the shining place on the hill” ... That` s the only way to account logically for what`s going on. ||

      There are other ways to account for what's going on with this oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, intransigent, belligerent, nuclear-armed and religion-supremacist state, including irrational religious support, financial and media influence, intimidation and guilt.

  • Views of Palestine from an American poolside
    • || DaBakr: that this so-called ‘assistant prof.’ uses iron dome-a strictly defensive missile deterrent program as a way to illustrate the supposed ‘unfairness’ of the i/p conflict shows exactly why the left-wing fringe have their heads up their rears when it comes to Israel. ... ||

      Similarly, anyone who uses the rapist's brass knuckles - a strictly defensive tool - as a way to illustrate the supposed 'unfairness' of the rapist/victim conflict has his head up his ass when it comes to the rapist. After all, he's just a guy exercising his gawd-given right to self-determine himself in women.

      || ... This author is outraged that Israel should have such a defensive system as IronDome when ‘damage and death’ is so ‘minimal’ from rockets fired from Gaza. ... ||

      I bet you the author would similarly be outraged that the rapist has brass knuckles when the 'punches and scratches' from his victims are so 'minimal'. Surely the rapist is man enough to beat his victims senseless using his bare fists!

    • The other day, two ladies were strategizing together about how best to keep out, what they referred to as, the “infiltrators.” The conversation was disjointed and went as follows:
      “We need to do like Israel and put up around the pool one of those…what’s that thing called…dome?”
      “Iron.”
      “Yeah.”

      "We need to do like Nazi Germany and put 'em all in one of those...what do you call those...camps?"
      "Concentration camps?"
      "Yeah."

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