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  • Haaretz joins Rush Limbaugh and company in trying to link Max Blumenthal to KC shooter suspect
    • MJ (Mike) Rosenberg‏@MJayRosenberg·59 mins
      The BDS and Mondoweiss Israel haters succeed at nothing except driving us evil liberal Zionists far far away. Brilliant strategy!'s everyone else's fault but his own that he's unable to embrace justice, equality and accountability over Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State". Interesting.

  • Palestinians can have an embassy in Jerusalem, but God forbid not a capital -- Israeli mayor
    • >> The Arabs have Mecca and Medina (which used to be a Jewish city until the Muslims killed all the Jewish men in the 7th century).

      A Zio-supremacist looks to another group's 7th century acts of injustice and immorality to justify his group's 20th and 21st century acts of injustice and immorality. Amazing.

      >> Let the Jews keep Jerusalem.

      Jerusalem was a city of its inhabitants. It should remain a free city of its (current and ethnically-cleansed indigenous) inhabitants, not a city of and for "the Jews" (or "the Palestinians", for that matter).

    • >> BARKAT: There are solutions to that, but there is not a solution of, God forbid, dividing the city of Jerusalem.

      Dividing Jersualem is far less unjust and immoral than all of the past and on-going (war) crimes committed by Zio-supremacists. I wouldn't put too much weight on anything "god" has to say about this matter.

      >> It will never function. It’s against the DNA of the city.

      Which DNA is that? Jewish DNA? Is that was justifies not only the "Jewish State's" decades-long occupation of the city but also its sense of entitlement to Jerusalem? What happened to the city's non-Jewish DNA - has it all been scrubbed away?

      >> ... I think it’s a demand that has to be off the table, because whoever raises such a demand doesn’t understand the importance of the city of Jerusalem as a united city.

      Alright, then, make Jerusalem united under the Palestinians, and let Israelis have an embassy there.

      Or maybe adhere to international law, get your Zio-supremacist paws off Jerusalem and let it be the free city it was supposed to be.

      Oh, right, "god forbid".

  • Alleged K.C. killer: 'If Jews can have a state of their own, why can't we have a White Christian state?'
    • >> Sorry eljay, meant this for downthread. Great comment, btw.

      No worries. And thanks. :-)

    • Correction (based on more-recent information):
      >> I condemn Frazier Glenn Miller’s killing of Jewish Americans.

      Not that it makes either his actual crime or his intended crime any less heinous. He must be held to account.

    • I condemn Frazier Glenn Miller's killing of Jewish Americans. He must be held accountable for his crime.

      >> If the Jews can have a Jewish state of their own, then why can’t we have a White Christian state of our own?

      A "Jewish State" is a supremacist construct. A "White Christian State" is a supremacist construct. No group is entitled to have a supremacist state, and no state has a right to exist as a supremacist state. That's why.

      It's interesting - but not surprising - to see Mr. Miller taking the Zio-supremacist approach of using injustices committed by others to justify injustices committed by him or his co-collectivists. That approach is not valid for Zio-supremacists and it's not valid for white supremacists, either.

  • Amid 'climate of fear' at Vassar, president comes out against 'action and protest' re Israel
  • 'Not a single person in this room would accept living as Palestinians do, generation after generation'
    • >> The Israeli Law of Return was enacted so that never again will Jews be faced without a safe haven ...

      An Israeli "Law of Return" that applies not to Israelis, but to Jews. IOW, a supremacist "Law".

      Fail #1.

      >> Funny I don’t hear you whining about ethnic Germans being granted German citizenship when they move to Germany (it’s called jus sanguinis).

      Why would I? I have nothing against ethnic Israelis being granted Israeli citizenship when they move to Israel.

      Fail #2.

      Chin up - maybe next time you'll manage to convince me that Jewish supremacism and past and on-going Jewish (war) crimes have something to do with justice, equality and accountability.

    • >> Eljay
      >> I just love fatuous declarations ! Here is mine: “I condemn all supremacist states.”

      Glad to hear it.

      >> Is Israel a “Jewish” state ? Yes. ... Is it a supremacist state ? No.

      Israel was devised as, created as and exists as a state fundamentally of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews, and not as a state fundamentally of and for all of its Israeli citizens - and immigrants and ex-pats and refugees - equally. That makes it a supremacist state. But you won't condemn it. Surprise, surprise.

      >> Now let’s ask all these questions about the role of Jews in Arab and Moslem countries. And while you’re at it check their ratings on Freedom House’s index. Then rush back and tell me again about “supremacist” states !

      What's to tell? That "Arab and Moslem countries" are, overall, worse places to live than Israel? So what? The fact that Israel is somewhat better than the worst doesn't mean Israel is anywhere near as good as the best*. And it certainly doesn't mean that Israel as a "Jewish State" is not supremacist.

      *I simply can't understand why Zio-supremacists think that comparing their "Jewish State" with countries even they despise is somehow supposed to make right everything about Israel that is wrong.

      It's like supporters of a serial wife-beater thinking that defending him because he's not a serial rapist or a serial killer - rather than condemning him for not being a good, honest and law-abiding citizen - somehow makes him a better person.

    • >> I can hardly wait the 30-40 years when Moslems form the majority in England and France, and declare them Islamic republics ...

      Moslems have no more right to a supremacist "Islamic republic" than do Jews to a supremacist "Jewish State". All forms of supremacist states should be condemned. I condemn them. Do you? Or are you just one more Zio-supremacist hypocrite who thinks supremacism is acceptable only when it favours Jews?

  • Simon Schama's Israel whitewash
    • >> ... “it was not just what the Nazi’s did to the Jews, but what everyone else failed to do that made the moral case for Israel”.

      There was not, there is not and there cannot ever be a moral case for a supremacist "Jewish State" or for any supremacist state.

      It's amazing how hard Zio-supremacists fight against justice, equality, accountability and morality.

  • 'There's a lot of anti-Semitism out there' -- Johansson reviews her role as 'new face of apartheid'
    • >> But if you want an example of how those countries formed ...

      Weak attempt at diversion. I didn't ask for an example of how those countries formed one or more centuries ago.

      >> OK, there you go the 3 examples you picked.

      OK what? You have completely failed to demonstrate that Israel is or strives to be anywhere near as good as Canada, Austria and Denmark - none of which is a supremacist state - currently are.

      Better luck next time...unless you're busy comparing Israel to Mali, Saudi Arabia or African "hell-holes". Again.

    • >> To pick a relevant example in Mali ...

      It's funny how Zio-supremacists never pick a relevant example such as, say, Denmark, Austria or Canada when it comes to defending their oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist state.

      It's always Mali or Saudi Arabia or African "hell-holes", and always about being just a little bit better than the worst rather than being as good as the best.

      It's always about justifying past and on-going (war) crimes, land theft, colonialism and supremacism rather than sincerely striving to make peace, honour obligations and accept responsibility.

    • >> The notion that BDS and anti-Sodastream activism is anything other than thinly veiled antisemitism is absurd.

      Fighting for justice, equality and accountability is anything but absurd.

      What is absurd - what's hypocritical and obscene, actually - is the Zio-supremacist fight against justice, equality and accountability and for an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State".

  • 'In every generation they rise up against us' -- Passover and the Jewish imagination
    • >> This is exactly how classical antisemites talk, using pronouns like “they” and claiming that Jews are always out to “beat” everyone. Disgusting. This entire discussion should give Phil an idea of just how his blog is a magnet for bigots.

      I see that hophmeee has conveniently overlooked the fact that this blog site has attracted Zio-supremacist bigots who - in addition to defending and justifying past and on-going Jewish (war) crimes and Jewish supremacism - use pronouns like "they" and claim that non-Jews (especially Palestinians / Arabs / Muslims) want nothing more than to kill Jews. Disgusting.

    • >> Killing Gentiles is how God liberates Jews. F16s, drones, angel of death – they all work. Just celebrate!

      In the words of one "liberal Zionist": "The nakba that occurred in 1948 was accompanied by the independence, the liberation, of the Jewish community. So, I primarily celebrate … "

  • 66 years ago today 42 members of my family were slaughtered in Deir Yassin
    • >> That kind of rhetoric leads to no possibility of a humane solution.

      Only in the mind of a Zio-supremacist can a call for justice, equality and accountability not lead to a humane solution.

      Only in the mind of a Zio-supremacist is the continuation of oppression, land theft, occupation, colonization, destruction, torture, murder and supremacism required in order for a humane solution to be reached.

      The Zio-supremacist mind is a truly ugly place.

    • >> You make peace with enemies not friends. Dialogue comes first.

      Ah, yes, the victim chained in the rapist's bunker is supposed to "dialog" with her captor and oppressor even as he continues to physically and sexually assault her. To insist that he first release her and turn himself in is "maximalist" and "destabilizing". Why does this horrible woman hate that nice man so much?!

  • Australia opposed Palestinian UN bid because foreign policy was 'subcontracted to Jewish donors' -- report
    • >> The fact is that this brand of rhetoric is the definition of antisemitism.

      hophmeee may be right but, seeing as how he considers just about anything to be "the definition of anti-Semitism", it's hard to know for sure.

  • Appeals court upholds dismissal of anti-BDS lawsuit against Olympia Food Co-op
    • >> ... I am the Hasbara newbie, I am sitting here in Jerusalem with my horns sticking out the side of my head, drinking Palestinian children s blood whilst I work out how many international laws to break because I am evil…. What a ridiculous statement you make!

      Not nearly as ridiculous as yours. You don't have to have horns or drink the blood of children to be a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist justifies and/or advocates terrorism, ethnic cleansing, land theft, occupation, colonialism, destruction, torture and murder.

  • 'Poof' -- Kerry blames Israel for breakdown of talks (Updated)
    • >> ... the unwillingness of the Arabs to accept Israel as a Jewish state is the fundamental blocker ...

      Spoken like a true-blue, hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist.

      "Jewish State" is a supremacist construct. No-one should be expected or required to recognize or accept "Jewish State" or any other supremacist state.

      For over 60 years, "Jewish State" has been engaged in terrorism, ethnic cleansing, land theft, occupation, colonization, destruction, torture and murder. Those actions - and not the unwillingness of Palestinians to recognize "Jewish State" - are the "fundamental blockers".

  • Zionism has distorted American Jewish life
    • >> The way you define those terms. Yes you do.

      Really? Could you tell me where I can find:
      - the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Women State"?
      - the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Homosexual State"?
      - the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Roma State"?
      - the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Dalit State"?

      (To name just a few.)

    • >> The Jews of the US and elsewhere should internalize the fact that there is no logic to antisemitism and the hatred of Israel.

      Anti-Semitism - like all prejudices - is an injustice, the answer to which is justice. All people should internalize that fact.

      Additional injustices include:
      - terrorism and ethnic cleansing;
      - land theft, occupation, colonialism;
      - oppression, torture and murder; and
      - abrogation of obligations under international law and accountability for (war) crimes committed.

      Israel as supremacist "Jewish State" is guilty on all counts. The answer to the injustice of supremacist "Jewish State" is justice.

      Jews of the US and elsewhere should internalize that fact.

    • >> No other people on this planet have been persecuted the way Jews have and for the length of time this has continued.

      And Jews haven't been persecuted the way other people on this planet have and for the length of time this has continued. But you don't see these other people using terrorism and ethnic cleansing to establish oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist states.

    • >> The great Jewish wish for many centuries was for a messiah who would gather the exiles back to Zion. That’s happened. It has been fulfilled, the fulfillment is Israel. ... The Holocaust was our crucifixion and Israel our resurrection.

      - Jews (the exiles) wished for messiah (a person) to gather them together.
      - Israel is this messiah, even though Israel is a state.
      - But Israel is also a resurrection (an act).
      - The crucifixion (the Holocaust) which should have happened to the messiah (Israel, when it's not busy being the resurrection) happened instead to Jews (the exiles).

      That's a pretty lousy analogy to justify the existence of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine.

      >> Judaism cannot exist in the form it did prior to those events.

      Sure it can. You just gotta have faith. :-)

    • >> History should teach Jews that the goy who wants to knock them on the head is not too far away.

      What history teaches is that the answer to injustice is justice.

      Seen through the lens of hateful and immoral Zio-supremacism, history's lesson becomes:

      The answer to injustice is justice unless the injustice is committed against Jews, in which case the answer to injustice is:
      - Jewish terrorism;
      - the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands; and
      - the establishment of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine.

      History is a good teacher. Zio-supremacists are lousy (and hateful and immoral) students.

  • 'The struggle for Palestinian liberation has become a mainstream global civil rights movement of our time': CUNY panel discusses the BDS movement
    • >> ... a crank-filled terror cult that attracts racist morons. It’s the fraud, racism and terrorism.

      An excellent description of Zio-supremacism by one of its own.

  • Maryland legislature passes toned down anti-BDS language
    • >> No bigger “shut up” action than BDS.

      Zio-supremacists like hophmeee are so very proud of their struggle against justice, equality and accountability.

    • >> Thank G-d, a moment of fresh air amongst a sea of global Antisemitism ...

      "a sea of global Antisemitism" - that's a new one. Very catchy.

      >> ... and Anti Israel

      Nothing wrong with anti-supremacism. You're just upset because you think your brand of supremacism is better or more legitimate than everyone else's.

  • Where is Sarah Ali?
    • >> Thats right, Israel is nothing but ‘mean mean and more mean’. Nasty and horrible country and people. Nothing as mean has ever existed like Israel before-on this Earth.

      What a stupid thing to say. Of course something as mean - that is to say, as oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist - as Israel has existed before.

      The point of progress is to move away from such mean things - to move toward justice, equality, accountability and morality.

      Zio-supremacists seem determined to fight progress. As long as they can be just a little bit better than the worst, they seem to have no interest in being as good as the best.

  • 'For me, Palestine is paradise': An interview with Leila Khaled
    • >> It’s been offered to her [= her movement] without a gun repeatedly ...

      When has Israel repeatedly - or even once - offered to withdraw to within its / Partition borders and to repatriate all refugees?

    • >> Mizrahi Jews are Arabic, whether they’re Israeli or not. Mizrahi Jews who identify as Israeli Jews, still have an Arabic heritage & I dare say DNA

      IMHO: If they choose to identify as Israeli Jews, they are Israeli Jews. No-one can or should require them to identify as "Mizrahi Jews" or as "Arabic (Jews)".

    • >> I wonder what would have happened if Israel had honestly and truthly negotiated peace with the Palestinians, recognizing the crimes of the Nakba, offering reparations but at the same time insisting that it cannot absorb more than a symbolic number of refugees into Israel proper. I wonder if the Palestinians would have accepted this path and ceased all practical plans to liberate the whole of Palestine.

      Had Israel done those things and also...
      - withdrawn to within its / Partition borders or, at the very least, '67 borders; and
      - transformed itself into a secular and democratic Israeli state of and for all of its citizens, equally (rather than remain a supremacist "Jewish State" primarily of and for all Jews),
      ...I would like to think that the Palestinians would have accepted the situation and offered peace and co-existence in return.

      Other than offer a limited return of refugees, Israel didn't do those things - and it appears to have no intention of doing those things - so we'll never know.

  • Friedman says Iran's friends include BDS and Jews in Open Hillel movement
    • >> This is a defense of liberal Zionism ...

      Liberal Zionism is Zio-supremacism "lite". It is not defensible.

      >> ... trying to push all of the threats to 2 States ... into one category, however strangely shaped.

      Aside from making it easier for Zio-supremacists to vilify all opponents of supremacist "Jewish State", there's no reason for all (alleged) threats to be lumped into one strangely-shaped category instead of into separate, properly-shaped categories.

    • >> Israel’s 47-year-old occupation of the West Bank has led it to build more settlements there and in doing so make itself look like the most active colonial power on the planet today.

      Proof positive that aggressor-victimhood is a really tough gig... :-(

  • Bill de Blasio gives Avigdor Lieberman the Big Apple
    • >> When you’ve got the refusenik credentials of Natan Sharansky and Yuli Edelstein, maybe someone will take the nonsense you say seriously.

      I wonder how seriously hophmeee takes all those Palestinian refuseniks who were or currently still are victims of the supremacist "Jewish State's" system of imprisonment and/or torture. Probably not very seriously. He is, after all, a Zio-supremacist.

  • Distracted by the peace process: What really happened during the talks
    • Foreign minister Avigodor Lieberman’s plan to redraw the borders to strip part of Israel’s large Palestinian minority of its citizenship received a major fillip last month. For the first time government lawyers rejected the opinion of international law experts and gave their blessing to what the liberal Haaretz daily called Lieberman’s programme of “ethnic cleansing” of its own citizens.

      And when it finally does happen:
      - hard-core Zio-supremacists will pump their fists in the air, cheer wildly and celebrate; and
      - "liberal Zionist" Zio-surpemacists will wring their hands, cluck their tongues, shake their heads...and then, discreetly, they will "primarily celebrate".

      ("Liberal Zionists" don't necessarily advocate for ethnic cleansing, but they do admit that they "cannot consistently say that 'ethnic cleansing is never necessary'".)

  • When Anja Niedringhaus went to Gaza
    • >> I’d like to point out, in case anyone is unaware, that “martyr” in the Palestinian context means anyone killed by the occupation ...

      I suspect that to many (most?) Westerners the word "martyr" has a somewhat more menacing connotation, which plays nicely into the pro-Israel framing of Palestinians as "scary Aye-rabs".

      >> If the US were occupied and treated the way Palestinians are treated ... I imagine we might also harken back to the days of Christian martyrs ... and bestow the honorific on anyone killed in this manner.

      No need to await that harkening: America already has the word "hero", a word it has seriously de-valued through over-use.

      (Unlike "martyr", the word "hero" isn't scary...but it can be quite nauseating.)

  • Narendra Modi, a politician who presided over anti-Muslim pogrom, may be India's next leader, and U.S. cozies up to him
    • >> The paper said the three got "upset" when immigration officers asked them to wait. They responded by screaming at him and accused him of intentionally delaying them.

      They forgot to accuse him of anti-Semitism. Weird.

  • Ehud Olmert's JNF-sponsored tour nixed after corruption conviction
    • >> If Hamas had been willing to declare the West Bank a separate cause, then the independent country of Gaza could make peace with Israel and its situation would be radically different than what it is.

      If Israel had been willing to...
      - halt its on-going occupation and colonization of Palestine;
      - honour its obligations under international law; and
      - declare Israel a secular and democratic state of and for all its Israeli citizens, equally,
      ...Israel could make peace with the Palestinians and with its neighbours and its situation would be radically different than what it is.

      But Israel is more worried about remaining a supremacist "Jewish State" and retaining as much as possible of what it has stolen.

      Shame on the Palestinians (in Gaza and elsewhere) for not accepting this truth and simply moving on with their lives.

  • 'A Painful Price': The escalating war on Palestine solidarity at U of Michigan and beyond
    • >> Israel is a democracy.

      Israel is an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" that:
      - refuses to halt its 60+ years, on-going and offensive (i.e., not defensive) campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder;
      - refuses to be held accountable for past and on-going (war) crimes;
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law;
      - refuses to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace; and
      - refuses to be a secular and democratic Israeli state - a state of and for all of its Israeli citizens (and immigrants, refugees and ex-pats), equally.

    • >> The anti-Semities would then be analogous to those who reject the legitimacy of a Jewish state under any circumstances. Judaism being a sin that even forming Israel (analogous to baptism) can’t wash off.

      Oh, the melodrama! :-(

      There is one way a "Jewish State" can be legitimate: Make Jewish a bureaucratic nationality and grant it to all citizens of, immigrants to, and ex-pats and refugees from the geographic region comprising Jewish State - the secular and democratic state of and for all Jewish people, equally.

      Anything else is just religion-based supremacism defended by hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists wielding accusations of anti-Semitism.

    • >> y.f.: Kathleen- This sounds like. They called Hitler an antisemite, maybe it was inaccurate. They call Torquemada an antisemite, maybe it was inaccurate. Makes me wonder about you.

      Oh, c'mon, just call her an anti-Semite. You know you want to.

      And if she gets upset, you can always accuse her of having a defective sense of humour (like you did with Freddy P here).

    • >> The “I have a righteous cause so therefore I can act like an asshole” attitude is rather key to BDS.

      At least they're acting like assholes for a righteous cause. Zio-supremacists have been doing it for over 60 years for the hateful and immoral cause of Jewish supremacism in Palestine.

    • “Only the threat of civil lawsuits, federal investigations of civil rights violations, and alumni threats to withhold gifts will force university administrations to take action against the anti-Semitic thugs that are instituting a reign of terror at university after university,” Glick wrote.

      With a staggering lack of self-awareness, yet another Zio-supremacist advocates for a reign of terror in support of injustice, immorality and (Jewish) supremacism.

  • From Portland to Portland, and Amman to Lahore, 'NYT' letter-writers are sharper than 'NYT' writers
    • Great comments. The one by "Ibaad in Lahore" nailed it for me:
      >> " ... Essentially, they were trading one side’s moral and fundamental rights for a recession in the other side’s atrocities."

      Palestinians want justice. Zio-supremacists want to keep as much as possible of their ill-gotten gains.

  • MJ Rosenberg’s conundrum
    • >> We are left with a unitary Zionist state. The answer to the question of whether such a state is compatible with justice for the Palestinians is simply no.

      A Zionist state or "Jewish State" is not just incompatible with justice for Palestinians, it's incompatible with justice.

  • Liberal schizophrenia and moral myopia: On Ari Shavit's 'My Promised Land'
    • ... One can look at the history of almost state in the world. They all went through some period of something similar and they aren’t today in a constant source of conflict. Eventually one of the national claimants drops off or is unable to continue the struggle. The fight ends. The controversy ends. ...

      But the Palestinians haven't dropped off. They're not unable to continue the struggle. The fight isn't over.

      Zio-supremacists want the referee to call the fight now in favour of Israel because they're afraid that the Palestinians will get back up off the mat and ultimately win it.

    • >> Shavit is ... so devoted to liberal Zionism that he excuses ethnic cleansing, a war crime, because it enabled the Jewish state. ... "I know that if it wasn’t for them [the militias who cleansed Lydda], the State of Israel would not have been born…They did the dirty, filthy work that enables my people, myself, my daughter, and my sons to live."

      "Liberal Zionist" R.W.:

      "I cannot consistently say that 'ethnic cleansing is never necessary'."

      " ... I feel that the nakba was a necessary wrong … "

      "If I was an adult in 1948, I probably would have supported whatever it took to create the state of Israel, and held my nose at actions that I could not possibly do myself."

      "The nakba that occurred in 1948 was accompanied by the independence, the liberation, of the Jewish community. So, I primarily celebrate … "

      Coincidence? I think not.

  • Both Sides: Anti-BDS concerns on campus vs. life in the occupied territories
    • >> I am not about to aplogise that we created a Jewish state ...

      You're a Zio-supremacist - of course you aren't about to apologize for Jewish terrorism; the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands; the establishment of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine; and the "Jewish State's" 60+ years, on-going and offensive (i.e., not defensive) campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder.

    • >> Katie, the entire history of Zionism and its principles were nullified because you had tea with a Palestinian family?

      She didn't say that the cup of tea washed away Zio-supremacism - she said it washed away the irrational fears that it had instilled in her.

      Zio-supremacism is clearly alive and as hateful and immoral as ever.

    • >> Regarding Zionist Colonial claims. a Colony is when a country sends its citizens to another country to claim that land. Now I ask you, if a Polish Jew in 1897 goes to Israel to escape the pogroms and Antisemitism in Europe that ultimately led to the Holocaust. Is this a colonial action?

      1. There was no Israel in 1897.
      2. A single Polish Jew escaping to Palestine is not colonialism.
      3. Jews employing terrorism and ethnic cleansing to rid Palestine of much of its indigenous population, encouraging mass migration of Jews to Palestine, and establishing a "Jewish State" of and for people of the Jewish faith anywhere in the world - that's Jewish colonialism.
      4. Israel's theft and occupation of land outside of its borders and its colonization of that land by Jewish Israelis is Israeli colonialism (for the benefit of Israeli Jews).

    • >> If only Katie were honest. ... I’m sorry you can only see the humanity on one side, Katie. It’s a shame.

      hophmeee chastises Katie for her lack of honesty and humanity...and then proceeds to expand on how Israelis and Jews are made to feel unsafe, but doesn't do the same for Palestinians and Muslims.

      How dishonest. How shameful. How typical.

    • >> Very distorted cartoons, not that one expects anything different here. Drones in Gaza wouldn’t be an issue if Israel wasn’t being attacked day and night with rockets, mortars, and border shootings ...

      Israel is being attacked day and night. Very distorted comment, not that one expects anything different from a Zio-supremacist.

      >> So that really doesn’t compare meaningfully with the fraudulent, sometimes violent campus shenanigans of BDS cultists.

      It's always amusing when the cauldron calls the kettle 'black'.

  • It's the borders, stupid
    • This article - link to - was in my local paper this morning. I was surprised by how much of it was devoted to the details of the Palestinian side of the story, and how little to the usual - and seemingly mandatory - pro-Israel *ahem* "balance".

      It was a refreshing change from the usual format of:
      - 90-95% Israel (peace-loving, "Jewish State", Jewish homeland, risen from the ashes of the Holocaust); and
      - 5-10% Palestinians (terrorists, Hamas).

    • >> But that’ll be their attempt, unilateral annexation. Expect a lot of shoot-and-cry “liberal” Zionists crying crocodile tears the coming year or two.

      The original Nakba was good enough for "liberal Zionists" like RW:

      "I cannot consistently say that 'ethnic cleansing is never necessary'."

      " ... I feel that the nakba was a necessary wrong … "

      "If I was an adult in 1948, I probably would have supported whatever it took to create the state of Israel, and held my nose at actions that I could not possibly do myself."

      "The nakba that occurred in 1948 was accompanied by the independence, the liberation, of the Jewish community. So, I primarily celebrate … "

      There's no reason to expect that a second "necessary wrong" - this one to "preserve the independence, the liberation, of the Jewish community" in Israel - wouldn't also be "primarily celebrated".

  • In Philly, rightwing Zionists call Dershowitz anti-Semitic for opposing settlements
    • Speaker after speaker stepped to the mic to lambaste Dershowitz, often in the most abusive terms, for a wide variety of crimes: for referring to the “West Bank” instead of “Judea and Samaria”; for Dershowitz’s anti-Semitic denial of the right of Jews to colonize the Palestinian city of Hebron; for encouraging his followers to vote for the Jew-hater Barack Obama; and, of course, for his failure to comprehend the savage, homicidal nature of Islam. Dershowitz attempted to defend himself, comparing his assailants to Meir Kahane and denouncing their racism. But his appeals were barely audible over the shouted cross talk and frenzied cheers of the audience.

      Wow, I never realized just how much of an anti-Semite and a self-loathing Jew Dershowitz actually was!

      It's quite something when a supremacist and hate-monger like Dershowitz is taken to task not for being hateful and immoral, but for being insufficiently hateful and immoral.

      Zio-supremacism is truly ugly stuff...

  • Boteach posts censored videotape of Columbia debate
    • >> Boteach and Beinart

      Did someone take the "love prophet" up on his "follow me to the bathroom" offer...? ;-)

  • Let Pollard go. But first get answers from Tel Aviv
    • >> The biggest foreign policy mistake U.S. politicians made was indulging Zionism and submitting to Zionist control.

      "They drove a dump truck full of money up to my house! I'm not made of stone!"

      (with apologies to Herschel Krustofski)

    • >> ... if Israel needs heroes that bad, and of his character, they must be in short supply.

      Where is Captain Israel and why isn't he enough hero for them?!

  • Jewish National Fund lures singles to Israel with tasteless sexual joke in NYT
    • >> Israel is a living breathing state of a living nation.

      Presumably, you mean "the Jewish nation". IOW, Israel is a supremacist "Jewish State". Pity. What it should be is the secular and democratic state of and for all its Israeli citizens, equally.

      >> That nation resolves cultural issues and change’s its opinions. One of the opinions it has shifted on is its attitude towards Judaism. Judaism has changed in response to Israel and Israel has changed in its relationship with Judaism.

      How has Judaism - the religion - changed? What has the "Jewish nation" added to and/or removed from Judaism? Who decided which changes were permissible and which changes were not?

  • Reports: Abbas faults Israel for 'procrastinating,' says Palestine will move to join int'l organizations
    • >> Below is the full list of conventions the Palestinians want to sign ...

      They've chosen to walk a straight and narrow path. I sincerely hope they manage to remain on it.

  • Pollard was in it for money, and sold so many dox Cap Weinberger wanted the death penalty
    • >> giladg @ April 2, 2014 at 2:44 am

      Israeli Zio-supremacist giladgeee's concern with justice for American citizen Jonathan Pollard would be a lot more believable if it weren't for his well-documented lack of concern regarding past and ON-GOING injustices committed by Zio-supremacists like him against non-Jews in Palestine.

  • Boteach stops reporter from videotaping Columbia University debate
    • >> tree: And clearly, yonah, your comment, even if meant humorously, implied anti-semitism on Frankie’s part. Not surprising, given your penchant here ...

      Agreed. hophmeee may be the heavy-weight champ of anti-Semitism accusations, but y.f. is a strong contender. It's not at all surprising that Frankie P's sense of humour failed him.

      >> bintbiba: And I am most pro THIS Shmueli !!Correction …. THIS Shmuel !!!

      +1. This Shmuel is a class act.

  • Settler seizure of Hebron house signals gov't effort to splinter Palestinian community
    • >> So, since the building was willing sold, you now ask whether it should have been.

      Are you joking or just being stupid?

      If the Palestinian owner, a member of the community under occupation by Israel, had no right to sell his property to Israeli colonists -and/or- Israeli colonists had no right to buy non-Israeli land from a member of the community under occupation by their country, the transaction cannot be valid.

      I ask because it matters, and because I want to be able to hold a better-informed opinion.

    • >> I was confused by your position.

      I can't edit my previous comment, so I'll try again here:

      I did a quick bit of reading on the situation and it appears that the property was freely sold by its Palestinian owner to Israeli colonists. (Apparently the buyers have a video of the owner counting the money he was paid by them.)

      So now my questions are:
      - Do citizens of an occupying state have a legal right to purchase property in territories occupied by their state from a member of the occupied community?
      - Does a member of the occupied community have a legal right to sell property to citizens of the occupying state?
      - Is it just for a court of the occupying state to render judgement on whether transactions between citizens of the occupying state and members of the occupied community are valid?

    • >> I was confused by your position.

      No, you weren't.

    • >> The recent decision of the Israeli Supreme Court of March 11, authorizing the purchase of the al-Rajabi house in the H2 area in the city of Hebron by a group of settlers...

      The Supreme Court of the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel authorizes the sale of non-Israeli property to supremacist Israeli Jews. Lovely.

  • My heart bleeds cold borscht over the downfall of liberal hero Olmert
    • >> He hates liberal Zionism.

      Liberal Zionism may be a "kinder and gentler" form of Jewish supremacism, but it's still supremacism. What's to like about it?

  • Cutting thru hysteria over divestment, 'Forward' quotes Jews in favor
    • >> I take Ms. Mindel’s fears seriously. ...

      According to the article:

      "Any time that anybody in our community would say that we’re trying to understand your narrative and we accept your narrative as legitimate, that wasn’t reciprocated in any way," Mindel said. "It’s scary to be targeted like that, and scary to know that how you’re feeling won’t be accepted as legitimate by other people on this campus."

      Ms. Mindel's fear appears to be based on a lack of legitimization of her "Jewish State" narrative. Assuming that you don't accept her narrative as legitimate - and that, therefore, you cannot give her the acceptance she requires in order not to be afraid - how would you go about allaying her fears?

  • Wait, did a 'Washington Post' columnist just call Netanyahu a bad guy?
    • >> No need for the ‘supremacist’ tag even if true. There’s chance you’ll immediately alienate people who might otherwise listen.

      I understand your point, but I will continue to use "supremacist" in conjunction with "Jewish State" because, IMO, the term "Jewish State" on its own is innocuous and does not accurately reflect the nature of the state.

      I would rather have less people listen who understand the true nature of the state, than more people listen who think that a "Jewish State" is no different from a Palestinian state.

    • >> It was Mahmoud Abbas who refused to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.

      Good for him. No-one - not even the Palestinians - should be expected or required to recognize or accept Israel as a supremacist "Jewish State".

      No-one should be expected or required to recognize or accept any state as a supremacist state.

      No state has a right to exist as a supremacist state.

  • Attacks on BDS sharpen as it gains traction in the Jewish community
    • >> You’re calling for denying Jews the right of self-determination...

      Jews have a right - 24/7/365 - to (self-)self-determine themselves as Jews, or as whatever else tickles their fancy.

      What Jews do not have a right to - what no group has a right to - is a supremacist state.

      So sad for you... :-(

  • Christie steps in deep doo-doo, promptly apologizes to Adelson. Whew!
    • >> breathtaking? are you living on mars? it’s business as usual in the weak, pitiful little host of israel, america.

      There's no reason "business as usual" can't also be breath-taking.

    • >> eljay, I don’t think he is sorry or grovelling enough ...

      You may be right. The lengths politicos like Christie are prepared to go to in order to pleas(ur)e their Zio-supremacist masters and to fulfill their ambitions is utterly shameful. And they never cease to amaze me.

    • Not long after his speech, Christie met with Adelson privately in the casino mogul’s office in the Venetian hotel and casino, which hosted the RJC meeting.

      The source told POLITICO that Christie “clarified in the strongest terms possible that his remarks today were not meant to be a statement of policy.”

      Instead, the source said, Christie made clear “that he misspoke when he referred to the ‘occupied territories.’ And he conveyed that he is an unwavering friend and committed supporter of Israel, and was sorry for any confusion that came across as a result of the misstatement.”

      Wow. That is truly breath-taking.

  • A British Jew warns US Jewish orgs to heed rapidly-shifting world opinion
    • Self-righteously and with impunity, over the course of 60+ years, Zio-supremacist Jews have sown injustice, immorality, violence, hatred and death.

      One thing I find disturbing and sad about this is that when the blowback finally hits, Zio-supremacist Jews won't be the only Jews to bear the brunt of it.

      What I find even more disturbing and sad is that Zio-supremacist Jews don't seem to give a shit.

  • 'NYT Book Review' gives platform to Radosh to accuse Judis of writing 'what-if' history
    • >> What disturbs me is that the non-Palestinian members of BDS do not call for extension of the boycott call to Egypt, which is also blockading Gaza.

      I agree that Egypt should be held accountable for its participation in the blockade.

    • >> Israel’s allies in Egypt, the anti MB coalition ,of Liberals, Gulf money, and the Army, is torturing children

      Shameful and disgusting. :-(

      I suppose one could use a variation of the Zio-supremacist defence and argue that what Egypt is doing is no worse than what Israel does, but it's a stupid defence when Zio-supremacists use it and it doesn't work any better for the situation in Egypt.

  • Journalistic malpractice: Washington Post suggests Abbas doesn't recognize Israel's right to exist
    • >> ... what is missing is the reference to a Jewish State.

      The Palestinians are right not to recognize Israel as a supremacist "Jewish State".

      No-one should be expected or required to recognize or accept Israel as a supremacist "Jewish State", or any other state as a supremacist state.

      No state has a right to exist as a supremacist state.

    • >> The Nakba was the legal creation of the Jewish State of Israel by the world.

      "The world" did not create an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine - Zio-supremacist Jews did that.

      The Nakba - the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands - was part of that supremacist project.

      >> ... Israel has not been recognized.

      Israel has been recognized. What has not been recognized - what should never be recognized - is supremacist "Jewish State". No state has a right to exist as a supremacist state.

      >> If the Arabas had not attacked the new State of Israel in 1948 ...

      The "Arabas" did not attack Israel in 1948.

      >> ... just as Abbas says the fiuture “Palestinian State” will have no Jews.

      He said the state will have no Israelis.

      >> Get the facts right for a change.

      You've managed to generate a lot of bullshit in only your second post here on MW. Please do try to get the facts straight for a change.

  • 'The clash of civilizations’ theory is absolutely and completely dead
    • >> The Arab world especially will make sure they have someone else to blame for their shortcomings. They only know how to blame the US and Israel, and this will not change.

      For over 60 years, Zio-supremacists have been blaming non-Jews for:
      - terrorism and ethnic cleansing committed by Jews;
      - land theft, occupation and and colonization committed by Jews; and
      - acts of wanton destruction, torture and murder committed by Jews.

      Zio-supremacists will make sure they continue to have someone else to blame for their shortcomings. They only know how to blame non-Jews, and this will not change.

  • Liberal Zionists are the new front line against BDS
    • If you’re going to tell yourselves that a defeat was actually a victory – you’re not going to have many real victories.
      I know that in the IDF , when an operation fails , it’s debriefed and dissected down to the smallest detail, with brutal honesty, so that lessons can be learned for the future.

      Despite all the debriefing and dissection and brutal honesty, the IDF appears to have learned nothing about justice, morality, equality and accountability.

  • 'I'm reminded of Jackson, MS, closing all public pools rather than integrating them' -- Franke on Barnard's Banner-gate
    • >> There was a fun article about what to do about an Israeli strip club 240 feet under water that’s become an undersea scuba diving resort. That doesn’t sound like an oppressive society.

      Does this Israeli strip club end Israel's occupation of Palestine, repatriate Palestinian refugees and grant equal rights to all Jewish and non-Jewish citizens of Israel? Didn't think so.

      >> Life isn’t great in USA prisons either ...

      The discussion is about the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel, not about its prison system.

      >> As for the rest it comes from pretending the imaginary country of Palestine exists. The colonialism except for the West Bank is over. Same with expansionism.

      It's not over as long as Israel continues to colonize land outside of its / Partition borders.

      >> Zionism is just the belief that Israel should exist.

      Zionism is the belief that a supremacist "Jewish State" named Israel should exist.

    • e·vil: profoundly immoral and malevolent.

      >> You can’t call Israel evil.

      Perhaps not, but you can quite correctly call it oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist.

      >> You can’t call Zionism evil.

      Sure you can. Zionism is a thoroughly supremacist ideology. Supremacism is immoral and malevolent. Supremacism is evil. Zionism is evil.

      >> You can’t call Israelis evil.

      You're right, "Israelis" are not evil. Some Israelis, however, are undoubtedly evil.

  • African asylum seekers in Israel reject 'invitation' to desert prison
    • >> I’m asking why the dozens of African states aren’t helping their fellow Africans. Why?

      I don't know. Maybe it's because, as you so eloquently put it, they're all hell-holes. Regardless, what does the lack of refuge provided by African states have to do with Israel or any other state to providing refuge?

      >> Why ARE African states hellholes? Why is it that not a single one of them is a nice place to live?

      I don't know. Maybe it's because the development of democratic institutions, robust social and physical infrastructures and stable monetary systems has been deliberately hobbled by Western countries for decades (at least) to ensure successful exploitation of Africa's land, labour and natural resources.

      Or maybe it's because Africa is full of black people who, like dirty Aye-rabs, hate Jews more than they love their own children.

      What's your take on it?

    • >> The Jewish state offers guaranteed citizenship to any Jew, any Jew who can go to Israel will be guaranteed his safety.

      Right. You're saying that just as "Jewish State" helps Jews, African states should help Africans. The implication is that "Jewish State" shouldn't help Africans, and no state other than a "Jewish State" should help Jews.

      If that's not the implication, then what is your problem with Africans seeking refuge in Israel?

      >> And tell me, African states are all hellholes, everywhere Africans go they fill their land with crime and poverty, why should we expect Israel to be any different?

      Interesting: The Zio-supremacist defence of Israel has progressed from "It's no worse than Saudi Arabia or Mali" to "Why should Israel be any different than African hell-holes?"

      I can't wait for the "Israel isn't as quite as bad as North Korea" defence...

    • >> Why is it that all those dozens of other African-ruled states, aren’t helping these so-called “refugees?” Could it be that Africans simply don’t care about other Africans?

      You appear to be suggesting that no state in the world should ever again offer assistance to any Jew in need now that a "Jewish State" exists. That's a foolish and dangerous game to play with other people's lives.

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