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eljay

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

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  • Pelosi blasts Netanyahu speech as 'insult to intelligence of U.S.', Amanpour calls it 'dark, Strangelovian'
    • || Donald @ March 3, 2015, 7:52 pm ||

      Not trying to turn this into a mutual-admiration competition, but I agree with you again. :-)

      (And just to clarify: I specified Zio-supremacists because on MW they represent a very clear - and very vocal - example of the hypocrisy you mentioned.)

    • || Donald @ March 3, 2015, 6:03 pm ||

      I agree.

      || Incidentally, many of the same people who casually support very harsh sanctions or blockades for Iranians, Iraqis (back in the 90’s) or Gazans see the much less harsh proposal of BDS as some sort of anti semitic atrocity. ||

      Zio-supremacists are hypocrites who believe that they are entitled to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality that they would not have others do unto them.

    • || Ellen: It is so sad that Pelosi feels she had to wrap her statement in the standard toxic pablum ... ||

      Yes, it is.

      || “Americans stand shoulder to shoulder with the Israeli people. ... ||

      Americans should stand shoulder to shoulder with the oppressed (the Palestinians), not with the oppressors (the Israelis).

      || ... The state of Israel stands as the greatest political achievement of the 20th century ... ||

      The state of Israel stands as a tribute to the power of injustice and immorality in the 20th and 21st centuries. Hardly something to be proud of.

      || ... and the United States will always have an unshakable commitment to Israel’s security.” ||

      No country should have an "unshakeable commitment" to the security of any other country. All relationships must be open to re-evaluation.

  • Why Iran is not and has never been Israel’s #1 enemy
    • || y.f.: Kay24- Jewish boys do not grow up dreaming of being President of the US. ||

      Interesting: Kay24 didn't say anything about "Jewish boys". Her comment was about the Israeli-born, MIT- and Harvard-educated leader of Israel.

    • || Kay24: Did anyone count the standing O’s? I think he is delusional and pretending he is the POTUS ... ||

      He may be delusional, but he did get 24 standing ovations. His delusions are less troubling than the fact that American (and other) politicians are so desperate to make obeisance to him, to Zio-supremacism and to an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State".

    • || Kay24: Yep, the same old shitty war monger. ||

      And the donkey fellators are loving it:

      “We must all stand together to stop Iran’s march of conquest, subjugation and terror,” Mr. Netanyahu told the lawmakers, who responded with repeated standing ovations.

  • Netanyahu's quick stop in East Jerusalem before heading to Washington
    • || Les: After all, Israel has the right to expand city settlements so long as they are in Jerusalem, Israel and not in Jerusalem, Palestine. ||

      There is no "Jerusalem, Israel", but there is a "Jerusalem under on-going occupation and colonization by Israel".

      Jerusalem was to have been - and, IMO, upon liberation should revert to being - a "Corpus Separatum".

  • Bipartisanship is dead, as Netanyahu, AIPAC, and GOP square off against Obama over Iran
    • || asherpateee: Between “death of bipartisanship” and nuclear attack on my family, I choose the death of bipartisanship. What wud you choose ... ||

      1. Foster peaceful and mutually-beneficial relations with a nuclear-free Iran: Save lives in Iran and Israel.
      2. Wage offensive warfare against Iran on behalf of a nuclear-equipped, colonialist and expansionist Israel: Ensure the slaughter of Iranians and the retaliatory slaughter of Israelis.

      I choose Option 1.

    • || hophmeee: ... Israel is not responsible for America’s problems any more than the Vatican is. ||

      Let's see:
      - Israel is an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist state located in the Middle East.
      - The Vatican is not.

      - For over 60 years and with impunity, Israel has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians.
      - The Vatican has not.

      - Israel is a nuclear-equipped state.
      - The Vatican is not.

      - Israel is economically, financially, militarily and politically supported by the U.S.
      - The Vatican is not.

      - The U.S. has an "unshakeable bond" with Israel - a bond that comprises "shared common values" with "no light between".
      - I don't know the status of America's ties with the Vatican, but I'm pretty sure they're not as tight.

      I think it's safe to say that Israel is more responsible than the Vatican for America's problems.

  • Netanyahu's speech and the American Jewish condition
    • || y.f.: ... this is no excuse for antiZionists to blind themselves to the reality that both situations can exist at the same time. ||

      It's also no excuse for the Zio-supremacists to blind themselves to the reality that the simultaneous existence of both situations does not justify aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture, murder and supremacism.

      (If "dialog" is good enough for the powerless-and-oppressed, surely it's good enough for the powerful-and-vulnerable...right?)

    • || steven l: ... Zionism means ONLY a country for Jews which was promised by G-D as Eretz Israel ... ||

      Thank you for confirming that Israel is a religion-supremacist construct.

      || If one does not believe in the rights of Jews, then Christians and Muslims have no rights either. ||

      Jews are not entitled to a supremacist "Jewish State". Christians are not entitled to a supremacist "Christian State". Muslims are not entited to a supremacist "Muslim State". No state has a right to exist as a supremacist state.

      || This goes also of course for the seculars. ||

      Secular: of, relating to, or controlled by the government rather than by the church

      The state should be controlled by the government rather than by the church (or other religious institution). But secularism alone isn't enough: The state should also be democratic and all citizens of, immigrants to and ex-pats and refugees from the state should have equality under the law.

    • || steven l: I wonder what kind of Kool-Aid you ingest? ... Can you cite one offer of true peace as a starting point for discussion from the Palestinian side? ||

      You know a guy is hard-core Zio-supremacist when:
      - he talks about "peace" instead of justice, accountability and equality; and
      - he puts the onus on the oppressed and dispossessed Palestinians rather than on the Israeli oppressors, occupiers and colonizers.

      It's like insisting that the rapist's victim is responsible for "true peace" even as the rapist continues to keep her captive and to brutalize her.

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    • || DaBakreee: @ej@ms your like a child running around calling names ... ||

      Says the guy who calls people "crackpots".

      || ... Israelis offer help all over the globe to peoples who either need aid or solutions to technical/health problems which plague their people.

      Israelis have also been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians for over 60 years.

      || We are not claiming to be any more or less of anything but human. ||

      Except for when you proclaim yourself a "moral beacon" and a "light unto the nations".

      || ... A negotiated settlement of the i/p conflict will obviously not change your view of Israelis as ‘zio..supreme’ ... ||

      1. Not all Israelis are Zio-supremacists. I've never claimed otherwise.

      2. Zio-supremacists will continue to exist:
      a) even if a just and mutually-beneficial peace is negotiated between Israel and the Palestinians; and
      b) especially if Israel continues to exist as a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews - rather than as a secular and democratic Israeli state - a state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally.

    • || hophmeee: But Kathleen said Jews do it. Just as generations of antisemites before her have. And just like past generations, she offers not an iota of proof that her assertion is accurate. ... And I keep thinking of all that American Jews have contributed to American society, and I wonder how people like Kathleen could be so stupid, let alone so hateful. ||

      What's stupid and hateful is your typical distortion of what was actually said into what you wish had been said so that you can smear the person who said it with an accusation of anti-Semitism.

      Please point out precisely where Kathleen said that all Jews engage in serious and destructive abuse of power to benefit their group. Fact is, she didn't say that.

      At most, she can be accused of saying that some Jews with power abuse it for the benefit of their group - which could mean other powerful people, Jewish people or both. So are you actually suggesting that no powerful Jewish person in the U.S. has ever abused power for the benefit of other powerful and/or Jewish people?

    • || kalithea: ... Zionism is a runaway, crazy train, loaded with fanatics on a suicide mission intent on taking all of us with them. ... ||

      And Zio-supremacists like King Bibi and JeffB are doing their best to ensure that everyone associates all Jews with Zionism and the "Jewish State" project, so that when the blowback hits, they (the Zio-supremacists) have non-Zionist Jews to "throw under the bus" in an attempt to save their own hateful and immoral skins.

    • || Mooser: Judaism in America is a voluntary association of like-minded people. Any person who styles them self (and legally, I’m pretty sure that’s all there is to it.) a Jew has the right to modify, attenuate, recreate, reconstruct, re-imagine and re-organize his or her relationship with the religion they espouse, or reject it entirely. ||

      Wait a minute, are you daring to suggest that each Jewish person can define on his own what his Judaism means to him? Are you actually saying that a Jewish person's Jewishness is not determined by that person's attachment to Zionism or the existence of a "Jewish State" in Palestine?

      What other crazy things are you going to say? DaBakr, hophmi and JeffB aren't entitled to excommunicate you? You as a Jew are not equally responsible for the actions of Zio-supremacists? "Goal + methods" is not the definition of morality?

      C'mon, Mooser, who do you think you're kidding?!

      ;-)

    • || Kathleen: However I believe what most people resent is the abuse of power. Serious and destructive abuse of power. Generally only operating for the welfare of one group of people. ||
      || hophmeee: Again, this is such a classically antisemitic trope; Jews care only about Jews and not about the people in the countries in which they live. ||

      The wind stirs a fallen leaf and hophmeee cries "Anti-Semitism!" Serious and destructive abuse of power by a group of people to benefit a group of people is morally wrong, regardless of which group of people does it.

      Leave it to a Zio-supremacist to defend serious and destructive abuse of power.

      || hophmeee: Again, this is such a classically antisemitic trope; Jews care only about Jews and not about the people in the countries in which they live. ... It’s anti-American and it’s bigoted. ||

      What's anti-American and bigoted in the U.S. is a hard reality in the religion-supremacist "Jewish State" of Israel...and in the non-Israeli (i.e., outside of Partition borders) territory the "Jewish State" has been occupying and colonizing for over 60 years.

    • || DaBakreee: one of the great lessons many of the most thoughtful and perspicacious Jews gained from the rise from utter destruction out of ww2 was to never again feel the kind of guilt that obviously PW is so concerned about in the face of Jews rising to prominence (in ALL spheres not especially the ones Jews pioneered in the first place) in both American society and in other areas of the world and despite what a few prominent crackpots like James Baker, Jimmy Carter, Kissinger and a bunch of commenters here on mw think as well. ||

      One of the great lessons of WWII that Zio-supremacists completely missed was that "Never again!" must apply to all people. So what you have is crackpots like DaBakreee arguing that Jews have a right to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality that they would not have others do unto them.

      Zio-supremacists are hateful and immoral hypocrites.

    • || hophmeee: ... There are several clear American national security interests in maintaining a strong alliance with Israel. Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East, and more importantly, it is only stable country in the region. It is the only one that reflects anything approaching American values. It is the only one where people can speak freely, and do. It is the only one where democratic elections are routine, rather than American-engineered one-time events. It is only place where gay people are not kept in the closet or thrown off of the buildings and stoned to death. It is the only place in the Middle East where Americans can go to conduct joint research in any number of fields, including military technology. It is the only place America can count on, and for that reason alone, the amount of change possible because of a tiff between two leaders is extraordinarily limited. ||

      Nothing in the above paragraph explains why a strong alliance with Israel is of value to the U.S.

      But in typical Zio-supremacist fashion, hophmeee glosses over the fact that Israel:
      - was envisioned and established and has been maintained as a religion-supremacist "Jewish State";
      - was established as such by means of Jewish terrorism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands;
      - for over 60 years and with impunity has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians;
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law;
      - 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.

      hophmeee is a typically hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist who argues that Jews have a right to do unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others to do unto them.

    • Norman Finkelstein’s mother, who survived the Nazi concentration camps, told him that the lesson of the Holocaust was that this should happen to no people.

      What the Zio-supremacists took away from the Holocaust was "Never again...unless Jews are doing it to non-Jews, in which case it's 'full steam ahead'!"

      Zio-supremacists are truly hateful and immoral people.

    • || hophmeee: So Annie, you believe Jews have too much power and you resent it. ||

      Perhaps she believes that people shouldn't do unto others things they would not have others do unto them. And, unlike you, she doesn't make an exception for Zio-supremacist Jews. Hers is a very moral* position.

      (*Actual morality, not Zio-supremacist "goal + methods" morality.)

  • White House says Netanyahu offers no alternative but military action (and Liz Warren won't say if she's attending speech)
    • || DaBakr @ February 28, 2015, 9:32 pm ||

      I agree that Madonna is an intelligent and talented woman. Unfortunately, her sense of morality is warped.

    • || Giles: ... It is about pushing America towards war with Iran and demonizing Arabs so we look away from what Israel is doing ... ||

      That (distraction) and removing Iran as a threat to Israel's regional hegemony. IMHO.

  • Leading NY institutions discuss the Nakba -- and there is not a Palestinian in sight
    • || RoHa: ... I will institute a Commission of Inquiry for my fingers, which might lead to disciplinary action and a spell in the re-education camps in the North. ||

      No need to go that far - a simple rap across the knuckles with a ruler will suffice. ;-)

    • || jon seee: It is true that in 1937 ... Ben Gurion was considering a population transfer. His thinking at the time was that if the Jewish state was going to be tiny, and would also contain a significant Arab population , it simply would not be viable ... ||

      Yup, you can't have a viable "Jewish State" if it's full of undesirable non-Jews. Thanks for once again making it very clear that Israel was and remains a religion-supremacist construct.

    • || RoHa @ February 26, 2015, 11:47 pm ||

      Well said.

      Re. the comma in your first paragraph: Should it be there given that:
      - the phrases "from 1920" and "with the assumption that the establishment of a Jewish State was morally justified" refer equally to "the story"; and
      - "with the assumption ... was morally justified" is not an independent clause?

      Just curious. :-)

    • || RoHa: I sometimes think that Zionists cannot distinguish between legal and moral because they simply do not understand morality. If they understood morality, they would not be Zionists. ||

      JeffBeee understands - and perhaps many (most? all?) other Zio-supremacists similarly understand - morality to be "goal + methods". This (re-)definition of the word fits in nicely with his (and their) supremacist world-view, ideology and immoral and unjust behaviour.

    • || Neil Schipper @ February 26, 2015, 10:12 pm ||

      That's a lot of words (y.f. would be proud) essentially to say what "liberal Zionist" R.W. managed to state with one very classy sentence: "I cannot consistently say that 'ethnic cleansing is never necessary'."

  • Right-wing bomb thrower David Horowitz behind anti-SJP posters
    • Horowitz is a right-wing bomb-thrower ...

      I get that "bomb-thrower" doesn't refer to actual explosive devices, but it strikes me as unnecessarily provocative (if that's the right term) when other, perfectly-good words exist to describe him:
      - hate-monger
      - fear-monger
      - Zio-supremacist
      - @sshole

  • Israel gives out 'security Oscars' at the UN to Iran, Hezbollah, Saudi Arabia and PA
    • || Walid: Speaking of the enlightened ones, today they took sledge hammers to the archeological museum of Mosul destroying vestiges of Assyrian art, among them a statue from 1000 B.C. ||

      Motherf*ckers! Mentally hobbled by religion and hatred. >:-(

    • In the Best Actor Category – for acting like a peace loving country while developing nuclear capabilities, denying the Holocaust, and threatening the destruction of another member state… the Oscar goes to Iran.

      Israel - which claims to be a "moral beacon" and "Western-style democracy" - was hoping to snag the Best Actor award, but its acting sucked. :-(

      It did, however, get to take home the Best Aggressor-Victimhood award. :-)

  • Netanyahu speech is 'destructive' of 'bipartisan, immutable relationship' between US and Israel, Rice says
    • || Giles: ... from this reality, hophmi concludes that Iran, not Israel, is the coddled country!

      You can’t make this stuff up. ||

      And yet there it is. Zio-supremacists seem to enjoy re-defining words:
      - Demonizing, destabilizing and imposing crushing sanctions on a non-aggressor, nuclear-free country is "coddling".
      - Goal + methods = "morality".
      - To engage in aggression, theft, occupation and colonization is to act "defensively".

    • || hophmeee: Only if you believe that the American people benefit from coddling a country like Iran. They don’t. Neither do the Iranian people, who will now have a tougher time dislodge the radical regime in Iran. ||

      The American people also don't benefit from coddling an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist country like Israel. Neither do the Israeli people (including Israeli refugees) or the occupied Palestinians, who will now have a tougher time dislodging the radical regime in Israel.

    • Rice: ... We want the relationship between the United States and Israel to be unquestionably strong, immutable, regardless of political seasons in either country, regardless of which party may be in charge in each country.

      The relationship between any two countries - or between any two people - should never be "unquestionably strong, immutable". It should always be open to re-evaluation.

  • Israel turns off power to hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in the dead of winter
    • || Cheyn-Stocks: ... the sole purpose of this article is to slander and incitement of hatred towards Israel and the Jews ... ||

      The sole purpose of your anti-Semitic comment is to conflate Israel with all Jews in order to ensure that all Jews are held responsible for the actions of Zio-supremacist Jews and the state of Israel. Why do you hate Jews so much?

    • || steve48: ... So I shut off your power for 45 minutes as a warning that I’m not going to keep on giving you free power forever at my expense. ... ||

      I agree that as soon as Israel...
      - ends its 60+ years, ON-GOING and offensive (i.e., not defensive) campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder;
      - withdraws to within its / Partition borders; and
      - permits the Palestinians to develop their own natural resources and build their own infrastructure to deliver their own electricity to their own citizens,
      ...it should stop giving Palestinians free power.

  • Israel's new Asian allies
    • || tree: More often than not Hophmi, Yonah and TBK ... ||

      I believe TBK when he says he's not a Zionist. I certainly wouldn't put him in the same category as guys like hophmi, y.f. and jon s.

      But that's just me. :-)

    • One might assume that, faced with these drastic calculations, Israel would reconsider its obstructive approach to peace negotiations and Palestinian statehood. Not a bit of it.

      For decades, the unjust and immoral actions ((war) crimes) of the oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" of (Greater) Israel have been defended, excused, supported, justified, glossed over and ignored by far too many countries, governments, politicians, communities and people.

      It's no surprise that Israel and the Zio-supremacists who run it, fund it, enable it and defend it are of the opinion that Israel is right and everyone else is wrong.

  • The importance of Palestinian recognition
    • || eljay: I don’t see a religion-supremacist “Jewish State” ever agreeing to any sort of a union. ||

      (For the wrong reason: To ensure continued Jewish supremacism in a supremacist "Jewish State".)

      And I don't see a secular and democratic Israel ever agreeing to a union with a non-secular and -democratic Palestine.

      (For the right reason: To ensure that Israel's secular and democratic nature remains intact.)

    • || David Gerald Fincham: ... I am proposing a one-state solution based on a union of two autonomous nations with a defined but open border between them, along the lines of the England-Scotland model. ||

      I can see a secular and democratic Israel agreeing, at some point, to a (re-)union with a secular and democratic Palestine.

      I don't see a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" ever agreeing to any sort of a union.

  • Inflammatory posters at UCLA call Students for Justice in Palestine 'Jew haters' (Updated)
    • || hophmeee: You guys have a long history of either acting as apologists for antisemitism, denying it is a serious problem, and engaging in it. ||

      Says the guy with a long history of acting as an apologist for Zio-supremacism, denying it is a serious problem, and engaging in it.

      By the way, what's your take on JeffBeee's anti-Semitic assertion that all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews. Do you condemn it - as I do - or to you agree with it?

    • || Mooser: ... I received word through the fillings in my teeth that Israel plans to make a public, international proclamation declaring that only Israeli Jews are responsible for the actions of Israel ... That should really ratchet down the tension. ... ||

      Yup...until JeffBeee decides to state (again) that all Jews are indeed responsible for the actions for some Jews.

      At which time the Zio-supremacists here on MW (y.f., jon s, hophmi, Mayhem, Mikhael, ivri, DaBakr, Palikari, etc.) will choose (again) not to denounce his anti-Semitic assertion...an assertion they'd be tripping over themselves in their haste to denounce were a non-Jew to make it.

  • Ten year old Palestinian boy attacked by settlers and abducted by Israeli soldiers while playing in the snow in Hebron
  • Racism is in the air: Video showing racist exchange between Israelis and a flight attendant goes viral
    • || Tal Shapira: ... Judging by your tweeter account and previous articles it is clear that you have a beef with the state of Israel, more specifically with all Israelis. ||

      Israel and all Israelis (Jewish and non-Jewish) - good.

      || This video represents a vocal, ignorant, uneducated minority in Israel that does not represent all Israelis. ||

      Israel and all Israelis (Jewish and non-Jewish) - again, good.

      || Judging by your encouragement of the hate comments, you are content with smearing the name of Israelis ... ||

      Israelis (Jewish and non-Jewish) - still good.

      || I will say though, that Israel has a thriving coexistence of arabs and jews ... ||

      Israel and a thriving co-existence of non-Jews ("Arabs") and Jews - wow, he's almost there. Is he going to make it all the way?

      || Until that day, people like you who are one sided in their hate for Jews ... ||

      Aaaannnd he blows it!! :-(

      You Zio-supremacists really can't help yourselves, can you?

    • || piotr: My theory on Israeli rudeness is that Israel is a society formed by immigrants, and successive waves were absorbing dominating customs. So probably the initial big wave of immigrants was pretty rude. ||

      Being a simple man, I have an even simpler theory: Supremacism breeds rudeness. When you think you're better, when you're told you're better, when you KNOW you're better than the people around you, you have no reason to be polite, especially not to those human pukes who fail to make proper obeisance.

  • Netanyahu flips off Harry Truman
    • || y.f.: I consider it stupid to blame anyone for a policy that they do not support just because major ethnic organizations of their ethnicity support that policy. It is stupid and racist. I do not consider it acceptable. ||

      Thank you for your reply.

      || y.f.: I disagree that there are implications to the individual Jew. ... to imply that this action is therefore automatically the responsibility of all individual Jews is stupid. ... ||

      The answer in its entirety is not quite as clear as the previous answer, but I'll take it to mean that you disagree with JeffB that:
      i) Jews are a monolithic group;
      ii) all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews; and
      iii) you, as a Zionist, accept this.

      Again, thank you for your reply.

    • || y.f.: If I am not clear, I will try to be ... ||

      Sorry to say, but you didn't succeed. You did type an awful lot of words, but you managed not to answer the very straightforward questions I posed. So I'll try again:
      __________________________

      1. JeffB wrote: "There is nothing anti-Semitic with blaming Jews for stuff that Jews institutionally support. ... Not holding the Jews responsible for Jewish policy on the excuse that “well some Jews didn’t agree” is denying them agency."

      a) Do you consider this assertion - that all Jews can be blamed and should be held responsible for the actions of some Jews - to be anti-Semitic, or do you consider it to be acceptable?

      b) If the latter, would it be just as acceptable for a non-Jew to make the same assertion? If not, why not?
      __________________________

      2. JeffB wrote: "Hopmi and Yonah are Zionists. They get that Israel is the agency by which Jews as a nation take collective action. … What we do, we do as a people."

      In other words,
      i) Jews are a monolithic group;
      ii) all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews (see point 1., above); and
      iii) you, as a Zionist, accept this.

      a) Do you agree with JeffB's assertion?

      b) If 'no', with which part(s) - i, ii and/or iii - do you disagree?
      __________________________

      Thanks! :-)

    • Hi, y.f. How's the judging coming along? I'm very curious to know what you think of JeffB's comment and of his assessment of you.

    • I'm especially curious to read your response in light of JeffBeee's seemingly certain appraisal of you:

      @Eljay

      (And still not a word about JeffBeee’s anti-Semitic assertion that all Jews are responsible for the crimes of some (Zio-supremacist) Jews. Interesting.)

      Not that interesting. Hopmi and Yonah are Zionists. They get that Israel is the agency by which Jews as a nation take collective action. ... What we do, we do as a people.

      So, according to JeffBeee:
      - Jews are a monolithic group (anti-Semitic comment #1);
      - therefore, all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews (anti-Semitic comment #2); and
      - you accept this (bull's eye painted on your back).

    • || y.f.: eljay- I do not read many of JeffB’s comments. If you link me to the comment itself rather than your paraphrase of what he said, I will be able to judge and tell you what I think. ||

      OK, here you go:

      There is nothing anti-Semitic with blaming Jews for stuff that Jews institutionally support. ... Not holding the Jews responsible for Jewish policy on the excuse that “well some Jews didn’t agree” is denying them agency.

      1. Do you consider this assertion to be anti-Semitic, or do you consider it to be acceptable?
      2. If the latter, would it be just as acceptable for a non-Jew to make the same assertion? If not, why not?

    • || David Gerald Fincham @ February 24, 2015, 2:38 pm ||

      Thank you for your reply.

    • Gimpel the Fool

      A good - though somewhat depressing - story. The people of Frampol are a hateful and immoral bunch - reminiscent of Zio-supremacists - but Gimpel is a hell of a decent human being.

    • || Mooser: eljay, I’m not the expert, I’m the gimpel who is asking the dumb questions! “Talknic” seems to know what Israel has gotten away with so far. Maybe Dr, Fincham knows how much Israel should get away with. I certainly don’t. ||

      Sorry for the confusion, Mooser, but I wasn't trying to put you on the spot. I was just "asking out loud". :-)

    • || Mooser @ February 24, 2015, 1:08 pm ||

      That made me smile and gave me a good chuckle. Thanks, Mooser! :-)

    • || Mooser: ... I guess the moral of the story is not to confuse what is actually the law, and what actually happened with what Israel can get away with. ||

      So how much does Israel get to get away with?

      1. Just the additional territory outside of its / Partition borders?
      2. Absolution of most or all of its obligations under international law?
      3. Absolution of most or all accountability for past and on-going (war) crimes?
      4. Control of or a controlling say in all of the region's natural resources?
      5. Control of or a controlling say in the land borders / air space / maritime boundaries of a new Palestinian state?
      6. Control of or a controlling say in the defence aspects (military, air force, navy, police) of a new Palestinian state?
      7. Some of the above?
      8. All of the above?

    • || just: Thanks for the [Shmuel] update, Annie. ||

      +1. :-)

    • || y.f.: A discussion of Ben Gurion’s motives and results is perfectly on topic, but irrelevant to the point being made by Bibi in his ads. ||

      Since you haven't replied elsewhere, could I please get your take on JeffBeee's anti-Semitic assertion that all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews?

      I'm perplexed that not a single one of you guys (by which I mean Zionists - liberal, regular or hard-core) has condemned or even commented on his assertion, despite the fact that you regularly condemn as anti-Semitic even the most unlikely comments made by others here at MW.

      Thanks.

    • || Mooser: Gosh, old Ben’s in a funky mood, says “We must have our own state” and then the Nakba happened. Ah, the chance connections and wild choices of fate! ||

      Haven't you heard? The Palestinians brought the Nakba upon themselves.

      Had they agreed to a supremacist "Jewish State" of (Greater) Israel in Palestine, not a single non-Jewish inhabitant would ever have been displaced from - or prevented from returning to - his home or land, and not a single Zio-supremacist would ever have been bothered by the "existential threat" of non-Jewish demographics in (Greater) Israel.

    • || Mooser: Exactly, Hophmi! Everybody voted for it! So in that case, why didn’t “Israel” abide by it?? ||

      Because it wasn't enough. Everybody voted to give the man half of some woman's house, but she objected to the vote so the man felt that that entitled him to take over the entire house, chain the woman in the basement and start raping her. To this day, he continues with his "self-determination".

    • || y.f.: [Ben Gurion] was single minded in his determination to see the birth of a Jewish state. ||

      Like all hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists, he wouldn't let himself be distracted by justice, accountability and equality.

  • Jewish groups that blindly support Israel make US and European Jews potential victims of violence -- Avnery
    • || Mayhem: Half-wit Avineri is no better than the Swedish radio interviewer who asked the Israeli ambassador to Sweden, “Are Jews causing anti-Semitism?” Sweden state radio took the rare step of publicly apologizing, and even wiped the question from the recording of the interview found in its digital archive ||

      The interviewer was wrong to ask such a question and to press the ambassador for an answer, and the radio station was right to remove the discussion from its archive.

      The interviewer should have asked "Are all Jews responsible for the crimes of some Jews?" Apparently JeffBeee thinks so, and not one of the Zio-supremacists who frequents this site has disagreed with his assertion. I'd be curious to know the ambassador's thoughts on the matter.

    • || hophmeee: ... if your argument is that because a member of a religious group does something you don’t like in one place, other members of that group should die in another place, then you’re just making an argument for why Westerners should slaughter Arabs and Muslims en masse. Disgusting. Disgusting and shameful, Phil. ||

      It's interesting that you expressed no disgust - that you said nothing, actually - when JeffBeee anti-Semitically stated that all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews. Why is that, hophmeee? Why did you give JeffBeee a free pass on anti-Semitism?

      I've drawn your attention to it on at least to other occasions, but you have yet to say anything about his blatantly anti-Semitic assertion. Why is that, hophmeee? Why do you continue to give JeffBeee a free pass on anti-Semitism?

  • 'Large group' of indigenous Indians are cleared to immigrate to Israel and convert to Judaism
    • A former Netanyahu aide is the key figure behind an unprecedented government decision to allow an indigenous people from north-eastern India to immigrate to Israel and convert upon arrival. ... “Though little, if any, proof exists of their Jewish lineage”, the paper writes, “the Israeli government voted in October 2012 to allow “a large group” to move to Israel, and, a year later, “voted to bring in an even larger group.” Such a move required “special government permission” since the Bnei Menashe “don’t qualify as Jews under the Law of Return and are, therefore, not eligible for automatic citizenship.”

      And the Zio-supremacists claim that "Jewish State" isn't a religion-supremacist construct. They and their supremacist state are a bad - and hateful and immoral - joke.

  • Is flying a nationalist flag ever a progressive act?
    • || Stephen Shenfield: “For Palestine and the Palestinians anything and everything.” What does that mean? ... However much we may sympathize with the plight of any group, such carte-blanche indulgence is potentially dangerous and does them no real service. ||

      I agree.

      Flying a flag in defense of justice, accountability and equality: No problem.

      Flying a flag in defense of injustice and immorality (including theft, occupation, colonization, oppression, torture, murder and supremacism) : Big problem.

  • In Their Own Words: Four residents of Yarmouk speak
    • || TonyRileyeee: If Abbas goes to the ICC, it will be as a defendant, charged with passing money to a terrorist organisation – Hamas. ||

      Works for me. Charge him and try him, along with every hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist - past and present - who has engaged in or enabled (war) crimes.

    • || TonyRileyeee: There is no legal “right of return” to a place you have never been to. ||

      You might want to inform your Zio-supremacist co-collectivists of this.

      || Jews are not moving to Israel as part of a “right of return”. ||

      That's right, they're moving to Israel as part of a religion-supremacist "Law of Return" which has no basis in justice, accountability or equality.

      It is even less valid than a "right of return" to a place you have never been to.

  • Netanyahu claims to know 'details' of Iran deal -- and State Dep't mocks him
    • Perdue was just elected in Georgia; this is his first trip as a sitting senator. He’s been boning up on foreign policy:
      “In my opinion the most dangerous thing to mankind’s future is a nuclear Iran.”

      Perdue is an idiot.

      And he is clearly a Zio-supremacist, given how he glosses over the fact that Iran is located near an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist, religion-supremacist, intransigent and nuclear-equipped Israel that, among other things:
      - refuses to stop stealing, occupying and colonizing land outside of its / Partition borders (something it's been doing for over 60 years);
      - refuses to stop oppressing, torturing and killing civilians outside of its / Partition borders (something it's been doing for over 60 years);
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law; and
      - refuses to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

  • Hate in the aftermath of Chapel Hill
    • || Mayhem @ February 24, 2015, 1:11 am ||

      Since you're here, would you please share with us your thoughts on JeffB's anti-Semitic assertion that all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews?

      I've condemned his assertion, but not a single Zio-supremacist here on MW (you, jon s, y.f., DaBakr, Mikhael, Palikari, ivri, Mayhem, etc.) has yet to say anything about it. Why is this?

      So: Do you approve of his assertion or do you condemn it? I'd really like to know. Thanks!

    • || jayn0t: Nice – but is it really true? ||

      Nice, yes, but true only for those who protect their brothers and sisters regardless of which religion they belong to.

      IMO, there's considerably more value in saying "Justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied, are about protecting everyone."

    • || y.f.: ... (“Blowback” as it is used by these enemies in terms of Paris and Denmark means that you are drawing a bull’s eye on my back here in the golus. and thus you are threatening the peace of me and my city with its mixed Jewish and Muslim populations.) ||

      JeffBeee recently stated quite anti-Semitically that all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews. I denounced his statement.

      But not a single Zio-supremacist who frequents this site - including you - has bothered even to comment on JeffBeee's blatant anti-Semitism, despite the fact that his statement draws a bull's eye on your back and threatens your peace.

      Why is that, y.f.? Why do you get worked up over the most questionable instances of anti-Semitism, but find it acceptable for a Zio-supremacist like JeffBeee to overtly make statements that are clearly anti-Semitic?

    • || y.f.: These are brave and righteous people. ||

      I agree. These are good people in the same way that Jews who support justice, accountability and equality in Palestine - that is to say, Jews who are not Zio-supremacists - are good people.

    • The event garnered attention after a state legislator, Molly White posted on her Facebook page that Muslim constituents should be required to take a “loyalty oath.”

      Better yet, have every citizen - including the Zio-supremacists - take an oath to uphold the universal and consistent application of justice, accountability and equality.

  • Mike Huckabee's 'welcome to Israel' bash was in a settlement
    • “I’m not a Jew. I didn’t even play one on TV. But you’ll be hard pressed to find a more full-throated defender and supporter of the Jewish state than me,” Huckabee added.

      "And the reason I say this," he continued, "is because I believe that Jewish people have a right to commit acts of immorality and injustice against others that no-one else should ever be permitted to commit against them or, hell, even against me!

      "Terrorism, ethnic cleansing, theft, occupation, colonization, oppression, torture, murder and supremacism: All of them nasty, all of them utterly unacceptable...unless Jews are doing it. Praise Jesus and pass the matzo! Israel forever, baby!"

      Huckabee is a hateful and immoral person.

  • Liberal Zionist arguments against one state are born of moral or political weakness
    • || JLWarner: ... both favor a Palestinian state alongside Israel. ||

      AFAIK:
      - both favour Israel as a supremacist "Jewish State"; and
      - neither favours Israel within its / Partition borders.

  • NY City Council trip to Israel leaves out occupied Palestine
    • It's mystifying, disappointing and, quite frankly, disgusting that so many people are willing to approve of, validate, advocate and defend past and ON-GOING acts of injustice and immorality simply because they are being committed by Jewish people.

  • My invitation to speak at Hebrew Union College
    • || Mooser: You know me, “eljay”, I’m nuts about TU! Keep the TU intact, and we can do anything! Has it ever failed us before? ||

      I quit drinking many months ago, but if you were ever to wander into my neck of the woods, I'd buy you and drink and have one with you. :-)

    • || Mooser: Well, there you go, Seafoid! See, we just need a little more practice and experience and we will get it right! ||

      Anything and everything for the Thousand Year Reich "Jewish State", eh? ;-)

    • || DaBakreee: ... the accusation shipman makes about misuse of holocaust for political gain. ||

      The accusation is valid: The Holocaust has been and continues to be misused and abused by Zio-supremacists for their supremacist "Jewish State" cause.

      || All we know for sure is MLK equated Zionism WITH the civil rights movement in a positive way ||

      Which indicates that MLK was unaware of - or chose to ignore - the religion-supremacist nature of Zionism.

  • Israel sentences Palestinian teen Lina Khattab to 6 months in prison for protesting
    • 6 months in prison, 3 years probation, a $1,500 fine and a bunch of abuse (torture) at the hands of supremacist goons...all for "throwing stones" and protesting. Wow.

      Oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" keeps sinking beneath the weight of its immorality and the injustices it has committed and continues to commit.

  • One-state 'fantasy is very dangerous' because it cannot tell us what the military looks like -- Manekin
    • || Mayhemeee: ... perhaps the deadlock remains because there is an unwillingness from the Palestinians and their Arab brethren right across the Middle East to let go, to truly resolve the conflict, to lay to rest fundamental enmities that were born and bred in Islam, to permit has ve halila a Jewish sovereign presence in their midst. ||

      Israel was conceived as a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine. It was realized and established by means of Jewish terrorism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands. For over 60 years and with impunity, Israel has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians. It refuses to end its occupation and colonization of Palestine. It refuses honour its obligations under international law. It refuses to accept responsibility and accountability for its past and ON-GOING (war) crimes. And it refuses to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

      But "the Palestinians and their Arab brethren" are to blame. Un.Freakin'.Believeable.

      Aggressor-victimhood is a tough gig, but Zio-supremacists won't be deterred! :-(

      || Mayhemeee: ... to permit ... a Jewish sovereign presence in their midst. ||

      "Jewish State" is, fundamentally, a religion-supremacist construct. No state has a right to exist as a supremacist state, and no-one should be expected or required to recognize or accept any state as a supremacist state.

    • || LarryDerfner: Mooser, you are a goddamn fucking idiot ... ||

      That may be true, but I'd take a world full of Moosers who advocate justice, accountability and equality over a world full of hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists any day. :-)

    • ||talknic @ February 20, 2015, 7:56 pm ||

      It really is quite amazing that Zio-supremacists cannot:
      - content themselves with a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" within Israel's (Partition) borders;
      - refrain from stealing, occupying and colonizing land outside of Israel's (Partition) borders;
      - refrain from oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians outside of Israel's (Partition) borders;
      - bring themselves to engage in sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

      Their desire to continue committing (war) crimes seems just as insatiable as their desire for Jewish supremacism in Israel.

    • || JeffBeee: 1) Flood the country with a hostile foreign population allied with a domestic population which is hostile to the state. ||

      The Zio-supremacist chooses the permanent dispossession of non-Jewish refugees from the geographic region comprising Partition-borders Israel over justice and accountability.

      || JeffBeee: 2) Enfranchise everyone with the vote equally so minority rule becomes impossible. ||

      The Zio-supremacist chooses religion-based, "minority rule" supremacism over equality for all Israelis.

    • || y.f.: ... it is natural for Israel vis a vis its army to define itself as a Jewish state. ||

      It is natural for Israel to define itself as an Israeli state - a state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally.

      It is religion-supremacist for Israel to define itself as a "Jewish State" - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews.

    • || JeffBeee: ... There is no comparison between the Nazis and the Israelis. Not remotely. ||

      Since you brought it up: Sure there is. Both were/are driven by an ideologies of supremacism and expansionism.

      Also - and contrary to your apologetics - Zio-supremacist Israelis aren't magically transformed into law-abiding citizens simply because they haven't managed (yet) to kill as many people as Nazi Germans did.

    • || JeffBeee: ... (and I’m not a liberal Zionists) ... ||

      Of course you're not. You've made it abundantly clear that you are a full-on, hard-core Zio-supremacist who advocates for as large as possible a supremacist "Jewish State" in Palestine.

    • || LarryDerfner: ... I think the situation can be resolved reasonably well with a (sane) Jewish state next to a Palestinian state. ||

      I think it can be resolved with a secular and democratic (and even "culturally Jewish") Israeli state next to a secular and democratic Palestinian state.

      "Jewish State" is a religion-supremacist construct, and no state has a right to exist as a supremacist state.

    • || Kris: It is delusional ... ||

      It is very, very Zio-supremacist.

    • Beinart and Manekin prefer a two-state solution under which Israel:
      - is absolved of most - if not all - of its obligations under international law;
      - is absolved of all - or almost all - accountability for its past and on-going (war) crimes; and
      - continues to exist as a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews - rather than as a secular and democratic Israeli state - a state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally.

      Beinart and Manekin prefer "Zio-supremacism lite".

  • Boteach and Israeli ambassador say everything from BDS to Abbas places Jews under threat
    • || y.f.: A desire to punish Germany for its mistreatment of Jews is not Zionism ... ||

      I agree. And a desire to punish Israel for its past and on-going mistreatment of Palestinians is not anti-Semitism, but Zio-supremacists won't hear of it.

      || ... and to use the term Zionist to describe a Jew of such a policy is to confuse Zionism and Jewish identity. And such a confusion leads to Jew hatred. ||

      I agree that it is wrong to hold all Jews responsible for the crimes of Zionism. JeffBeee, however, disagrees...and none of the Zio-supremacists here at MW seems bothered by his position on the matter.

    • || eljay: ... I feel the same way when innocent non-Jews are murdered and non-Jewish institutions are attacked ... ||

      That is to say: I feel that the attacks are targeted, not that they're anti-Semitic.

    • || jon s: When innocent Jews are murdered just because they’re Jews, when Jewish institutions are attacked – that’s Anti-Semitism . ||

      I agree.

      I feel the same way when innocent non-Jews are murdered and non-Jewish institutions are attacked, but some people prefer to refer to those crimes as "(pre-emptive) self-defense" or "collateral damage".

      || jon s: By calling it “blowback” you seem to be implying that somehow they had it coming. ||

      According to your co-collectivist, JeffB, all Jews are responsible for the actions of some Jews. Neither you nor any of your Zio-supremacist co-collectivists have bothered to condemn or even to express disagreement with his blatantly anti-Semitic assertion. Why is that?

    • || Mayhemeee @ February 18, 2015, 10:23 pm ||

      Once again, a Zio-supremacist glosses over the fact that Israel - an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist "Jewish State" born of Jewish terrorism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands:
      - remains engaged in a 60+ years, ON-GOING and offensive (i.e., not defensive) campaign of aggression, oppression, theft, colonization, destruction, torture and murder;
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law;
      - refuses to accept responsibility and accountability for its past and ON-GOING (war) crimes; and
      - refuses to engage in sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace.

      It's everyone's fault but Israel's that Israel continues to steal, occupy and colonize Palestinian land and oppress, torture and kill Palestinians.

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

    • || DoubleStandardeee: Meaning when Israel agrees to dissolve itself. ||

      There's nothing wrong with Israel agreeing to remain in existence and there's nothing wrong with Israel agreeing to dissolve itself.

      There is, however, plenty wrong with - and unjust and immoral about - Israel continuing to exist as an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist state.

    • || jon seee: The consensus on this blog as to the rise in Anti-Semitism ... ||

      ...doesn't change the fact that Israel:
      - was born of Jewish terrorism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands;
      - has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians for over 60 years and with impunity;
      - refuses to honour its obligations under international law;
      - refuses to accept responsibility and accountability for its past and on-going (war) crimes;
      - refuses to enter into sincere negotiations for a just and mutually-beneficial peace; and
      - exists as a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israeli Jews - rather than as a secular and democratic Israeli state - a state of and for all of its Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees, equally.

    • This event was billed as an address by Prosor on how to fight back against the “global demonization of the Jewish state.”

      Defenders of the rapist discuss ways of fighting back against demonization of the rapist.

      For some reason, none of them ever suggests that one option is to have the rapist stop raping his victims, release them, accept responsibility and accountability for his past and on-going crimes and strive to become a law-abiding citizen.

      Instead, they argue that the rapist MUST be permitted to keep doing what he's doing - it's his "right" of "self-determination" - and society MUST instead work to overcome its ingrained "anti-Rapist" hatred and to stop "de-legitimizing" the rapist.

      Zio-supremacists are a truly hateful and immoral lot.

  • Closed-door debate on divestment by U of Toledo student gov't to include officials from Jewish Federation
    • || DoubleStandardeee: What gives land the quality of belonging to someone other than an organized polity representing those people? When the Jews founded their state in Palestine no other people claimed political sovereignty over it. ||

      Palestine was inhabited before "the Jews" came along. That indigenous population had every right to self-determine into one or more states of and for the citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees (CIER), equally, of the new state(s).

      "The Jews" had no right to carve a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" out of Palestine - a state primarily of and for its Jewish CIERs and for non-CIER Jews.

      Like most (if not all) Zio-supremacists, you understand this but you simply don't care because you value Jewish supremacism and a supremacist "Jewish State" above justice, accountability and equality.

    • || Annie Robbins: ... you jumped the shark hops ... ||

      hophmeee is a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist. He'll jump as many sharks as it takes to deflect attention away from the fact that Israel is an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist state that for over 60 years and with impunity has been stealing, occupying and colonizing Palestinian land and oppressing, torturing and killing Palestinians.

    • || DoubleStandardeee: The feelings of non-Jews in Israel is not relevant to the Toledo Administration. The feelings of Jewish students at University of Toledo is. ||

      The rights of all Israeli citizens, immigrants, ex-pats and refugees are relevant to the government of Israel. The "rights" of non-Israeli Jews are not relevant.

      (And if they are relevant, it's only because Israel, unfortunately, operates as a religion-supremacist state.)

  • Warriors for 'the ultimate truth' gather in New York
    • || JeffBeee: You are just repeating platitudes. If there is a nation who has it as their culture then it is a national culture. ||

      What you're saying is that every Jewish person - even if atheist - has the religion of Judaism in his life and, therefore, every Jewish person - even if atheist - requires the existence of a religion-supremacist state in order to avoid living an “almost undead existence” in whatever country in the world happens to be his homeland.

      So:
      - you're showing your anti-Semitic colours again, this time by homogenizing all Jewish individuals into a single, monolithic, "Jewish State"-seeking group of people (a.k.a., "the Jews"); and
      - you're confirming that Israel as a "Jewish State" is a religion-supremacist construct.

      Keep up the good work.

    • || JeffBeee: Yes there is something seriously wrong with a religion like that. There is nothing wrong with a national culture like that. Ergo… ||

      Judaism isn't a "national culture". Ergo...

    • >> JeffBeee @ February 17, 2015, 4:56 pm

      1. The solution to an overly-difficult-to-practise religion is to reform the religion, not to create a religion-supremacist state at the expense of the indigenous population in order to make that religion more manageable for its adherents.

      2. There's something seriously wrong with a religion that requires the existence of a religion-supremacist state in order for its adherents to avoid living an "almost undead existence" in their various homelands around the world.

  • Israeli court's rejection of Corrie family appeal is not fit for print in our leading papers
    • || TonyRileyeee: What he means is that the Palestinians will never defeat Israel, so it should try to make peace. Obviously, that sort of talk will never be popular with the non-Jews such as yourself. ||

      What the victim needs is to be liberated from the rapist's basement and for the rapist to be held accountable for his past and on-going crimes.

      To "make peace" with the rapist is to absolve him of his past and on-going crimes, but it does nothing for the rights of the victim who remains chained in the rapist's basement.

      That's why Zio-supremacists:
      - love and always advocate "peace"; but
      - hate and never advocate justice, accountability and equality.

  • Netanyahu calls on Jews to leave Europe en masse in wake of Copenhagen synagogue attack
    • || michal: True, because ISIS is not foreign government. But al-Baghdadi makes the exact same calls on Muslims. ||

      Jewish supremacists and Muslim supremacists: "Shared common values" and "no light between".

    • || JeffBeee: ... Jewish communities come under pressure. In previous centuries they suffered, died and sometimes managed to partial escape. ||

      Homosexual communities come under pressure. In previous centuries they suffered, died and sometimes managed to partial escape.

      The solution to acts of injustice and immorality committed against Jews, homosexuals and other persecuted minorities was and is justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied. The answer was not and is not the creation of supremacist states.

    • || JeffBeee: ... Netanyahu represents me as a Jew. ||

      As a supremacist Jew, yes. After all, he is your King.

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