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  • 'Heart-wrenching, harrowing, transfixing' -- NYT needs to end blackout on Blumenthal
    • || Donald: Sandy Tolan’s book The Lemon Tree is very empathic to both sides, but when I last looked at the Amazon reader comments many Zionist readers hated him ... ||

      They hate those who don't play Zio-supremacism's game of "nuances" and "humanizing the 'Other'": You're being unreasonable. That's anti-Semitic!

      And they hate those who do: You're making us seem unreasonable. That's anti-Semitic!

  • 'This land is ours. All of it is ours': Meet the Netanyahu cabinet members focused on fighting BDS & annexing the West Bank
    • || jon s: The real meaning is that God can give us the land , and can also take it away. ||

      And yet, in intentional defiance of your god and his will, you fight the people he has sent to take the land from you*. "Thy will be done...when I feel like it." Interesting.

      (*Actually, you fight the people who want to take back the land you've stolen from them...but we'll set that fact aside for the moment.)

    • || eljay: The rapist and his victim ... ||

      Correction: The rapist and his soon-to-be victim ...

    • || neggy: ... I will give you the logic (via Jabotinsky) ... ||

      The rapist and his victim were "walking down the road" one day when they came upon her womanhood so, of course, he was entitled to no less than half of it...

      Zio-supremacist "logic" - funny stuff! :-)

      There's nothing "gentlemanly" - or just or moral - about the past and on-going (war) crimes perpetrated by Zio-supremacists to secure (i.e., steal, occupy and colonize) as much of Palestine as possible in order to establish and maintain a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" of (Greater) Israel.

    • || Kay24 @ May 27, 2015, 11:39 am ||

      Zio-supremacists - whether they're "liberal Zionists" or full-on, hard-core supremacists - are hateful and immoral precisely because they knowingly and wilfully advocate, engage in, support, justify and/or excuse doing unto others acts of injustice and immorality they would not have others do unto them.

  • Netanyahu's new Foreign Ministry aide gets $226,000 from Sheldon Adelson shop in U.S.
    • “Gilad Erdan, who was newly installed as public security minister, told Israel Radio on Tuesday that the government would be willing to make “territorial concessions” to the Palestinians “if a partner ever emerges.”

      "A partner," he hastened to add, "who doesn't *ahem* mysteriously disappear, wind up in a permanent coma or die."

  • Corey Robin revisits Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem
    • || Mooser: Poor misunderstood Irgun! If only we made some effort to understand them, and their “reasoning”. ||

      Irgun's "reasoning" and actions are easily explained by JeffB's handy Zio-supremacist formula:

      "Morality" = goal + methods

  • The crisis of the American Jewish community
    • || hophmi: ... JVP Jews by and large are just leftists who happen to be Jewish ... They ... will by and large not perpetuate Judaism ... ||

      Judaism is a religion and - as you have repeatedly pointed out - Jewish is about more than just religion: It is a tribe, a collective, an ethnicity, a culture, a people, a nation and a civilization.

      Therefore, given that JVP Jews are Jewish, they will continue to perpetuate Jewish.

      Or are you now (again) suggesting that Jewish is fundamentally a religious identity?

    • Howard Lupovitch: “ ... Jews have an obligation to criticize the state, but this criticism has to be constructive.” He appeared to question the existence of “the occupation,” and said Jews must “engage the gray” of what Israel is, rather than take extreme positions. “The goal is to be a Zionist and a critic of the state simultaneously.”

      People have an obligation to criticize the rapist, but the criticism has to be constructive. (E.g.: He should bathe more often. He should lengthen his victims' chains a bit.) Criticize the rapist, yes, but "engage the gray" and do not take extreme positions. The goal is to be in favour of the rapist and to be a critic of the rapist simultaneously.

      Mr. Lupovitch is a hateful and immoral person.

  • Like it or not, Obama is a liberal Zionist
    • America has benefitted from Jewish American values.

      Which values are "Jewish American values"? And how are they different from "non-Jewish American values"?

      Jewish American values speak for equality and justice for all.

      Two problems with this statement:
      1. Jewish Americans are not the only ones whose values speak for equality and justice for all.
      2. We are told that most Jewish Americans support Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State". This indicates that:
      - Jewish American values are not consistent with equality and justice for all; and/or
      - most Jewish Americans are hypocrites.

      5. We must recognize the unique history that brought Israel about, and that Israel has the right to exist as a majority Jewish state in light of this history.

      The solution to acts of injustice and immorality suffered by Jewish and other citizens of European countries was justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied.

      The solution was not a new set of acts of injustice and immorality against the indigenous population of Palestine for the purpose of establishing a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" in that region.

      Israel does not have a right to exist as a supremacist "Jewish State". No state has a right to exist as a supremacist state.

    • || Bornajoo @ May 25, 2015, 5:37 am ||
      || bintbiba: Thank you, Bornajoo . +1 on wheels !! ||


  • Israel will imprison soldier, 19, for publicly criticizing the occupation
  • Kim Philby's last straw
    • || Qualtrough: ... Good liars need good memories, particularly in this Internet age. ||

      Which means that hophmi either is a terrible liar or he just doesn't care.

      Or maybe he sees himself as some sort of noble "Truth Adjuster", forever tweaking Truth to suit his purpose:
      - Today, Israel is one of the best nations in the world; tomorrow, it's not as bad as Saudi Arabia, Mali and African "hell-holes".
      - Today, Jewish isn't about religion; tomorrow, Jewish is about religion.
      - Today, Israel is the nation state of and for all Jews in the world; tomorrow, it's wrong to conflate Israel with all Jews.
      - Etc.

    • || eljay: ... you attribute a non-existent purity to her motives. ||

      Correction: ... you appear to attribute a non-existent purity to her motives.

    • || jon s: So exposing a traitor is wrong, if it’s done by a “Zionist”? ||

      Flora Solomon later maintained that her motives in exposing Philby were strictly political: he was writing anti-Israel articles and she wanted him sacked from the “Observer”.

      Exposing him wasn't wrong, but you attribute a non-existent purity to her motives.

  • The grotesque injustice of Obama's speech at the Washington synagogue
    • || eljay: ... (Sure, it also contains “fuck Canada”, but that’s not important right now.) ||

      I just noticed that it actually doesn't contain "fuck Canada", which means that the blurb must be anti-Semitic.

    • || Kris: Hophmi, is this why you think the Americal Educational Trust ... is “anti-Semitic”: “In general, AET supports Middle East solutions which it judges to be consistent with the charter of the United Nations, international law, the Geneva Conventions, and traditional American support for human rights, self-determination, and fair play.” ||

      At first glance, that blurb appears benign. But if you re-arrange some of the letters you'll see that it contains "Jew-hatred".

      (Sure, it also contains "fuck Canada", but that's not important right now.)

    • || Abdul-Rahman: Max Blumenthal just recently made a point on his Twitter page; who would have imagined Obama coming to this ... ||

      The Barry O. dream ended when, upon his election, he essentially absolved all of the previous administration's war-mongers of their (war) crimes: " ... we need to look forward as opposed to looking backwards ... "

      The new boss was the same as the old boss.

    • Israel’s prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, thanked the US secretary of state, John Kerry, for blocking an Egyptian-led drive on a possible Middle East nuclear arms ban at a United Nations conference, an Israeli official said on Saturday.
      . . .
      Netanyahu spoke with Kerry “to convey his appreciation to President Obama and to the secretary”, a senior Israeli official said on condition of anonymity.

      “The United States kept its commitment to Israel by preventing a Middle East resolution that would single out Israel and ignore its security interests and the threats posed to it by an increasingly turbulent Middle East,” the official added.

      No nukes for any country but Israel: Zio-supremacists will no doubt express tremendous outrage at the fact that Israel is being singled out and treated differently from other countries in the region.

    • || hophmi: ... The Israelis have deep connections with the United States on every level – political, economic, military. ... ||

      Folks, you know - you just know - that had a non-Zionist made this comment, hophmi would have immediately:
      - distorted the comment into "The Jews control the United States on every level"; and
      - smeared the commenter with accusations of anti-Semitism and/or "Jew-hatred".

      Funny stuff.

  • Sam Harris and the dangers of false atheism
    • Sam Harris was writing things like “Some beliefs are so dangerous that it may be ethical to kill people for believing them”.

      Does Mr. Harris accept that it is ethical for them to kill people who hold beliefs that they find dangerous? Or is he - like Zio- and other supremacists - simply another hateful and immoral hypocrite who is content to do unto others things he would not have others do unto him?

  • Pro-Israel wealthy Jews feature in 'Forward,' Christie roast, and U of Michigan censorship
    • “The positions of BDS leaders advocating the unqualified right of return of all Palestinian refugees [to Israel], a one-state solution, would lead to the demise of Israel as a Jewish state,” Brysk said. “People who advocate that promote an idea that at its core is anti-Semitic.”

      My understanding is that BDS advocates a right of return of all Israeli refugees to Israel, and not of non-Israeli refugees to Israel. Is my understanding incorrect, or is Mr. Brysk lying?

      The existence of Israel as a supremacist "Jewish State" is unjust and immoral. No state has a right to exist as a supremacist state. For Israel to cease being a religion-supremacist "Jewish State - a state primarily of and for Jewish Israelis and non-Israel Jews - and instead to become a secular and democratic state of and for all of its Israeli citizen, immigrants, expats and refugees, equally, would be a just and moral development.

      “Though he concedes that not everyone involved in BDS is anti-Semitic, Brysk cites examples of supporters using incendiary rhetoric ... For example, he says, some BDS adherents charge Israel with perpetrating a “holocaust” against Palestinians, and he points to a new anti-Israel term du jour — Zizis, short for Zionist Nazis, used to describe Israelis and their supporters.

      Zio-supremacist Israelis and their Zio-supremacist supporters, yes.

      “Even when activists temper their rhetoric, Brysk says the BDS movement makes anti-Semitic acts and speech “acceptable and more inevitable,” creating an atmosphere that normalizes anti-Jewish behavior.”

      A moment ago, he was talking about Israelis, and now he's anti-Semitically conflating Israel and Zionism with all Jews.

      “And since making Israel disappear would require the disappearance of seven million Israeli Jews, that would amount to anti-Semitism, Rossman-Benjamin argues.”

      No Jews would have to "disappear" - they'd still be Jews. Or is Ms. R-B suggesting that Jews are not Jews unless they support and live in a supremacist "Jewish State"? If 'yes', shame on her for anti-Semitically de-legitimizing Jews who do not support or live in a "Jewish State".

  • Obama equates Israel's creation to African-Americans gaining right to vote
    • Obama: You know, I think a good baseline is: Do you think that Israel has a right to exist as a homeland for the Jewish people, and are you aware of the particular circumstances of Jewish history that might prompt that need and desire?

      It's a terrible baseline, Barry O. Jewish citizens of countries around the world - like all citizens of countries around the world - are entitled to justice, accountability and equality, universally and consistently applied.

      Jewish people are not entitled to a supremacist "Jewish State". No group of people is entitled to a supremacist state.

      [T]o me, being pro-Israel and pro-Jewish is part and parcel with the values that I’ve been fighting for since I was politically conscious and started getting involved in politics. There’s a direct line between supporting the right of the Jewish people to have a homeland and to feel safe and free of discrimination and persecution, and the right of African Americans to vote and have equal protection under the law. These things are indivisible in my mind.

      The direct line is between:
      - justice, accountability and equality for blacks; and
      - justice, accountability and equality for Jews (and not a supremacist "Jewish State" for Jews).

      Your inability to correctly draw a direct line indicates that you are either an idiot or a sycophant toward Zio-supremacism, Barry O.

  • The final straw: The real reason why Palestine wants Israel out of FIFA
    • || oldgeezer: Not soccer but what goes around comes around.

      link to ... ||

      The unhappy stay began immediately with the delegation’s arrival. The Israelis were held for eight hours at the airport in a room without food, water or chairs, with local officials claiming that there was a problem with their visas.

      The athletes and coaching staff were ultimately afforded entry into the country following pressure by the International Judo Federation, but when they arrived at the competition’s venue they discovered that the Israeli flag was missing alongside the flags of the rest of the countries.

      If any of these actions were undertaken intentionally, I condemn them. Israel's disgraceful behaviour does not justify disgraceful behaviour by Moroccan officials.

      “What happened in Morocco was a disgrace,” said Israel’s former world champion Yarden Gerbi, who finished the under-63 kilogram competition in fifth place on Saturday.

      “As an Israeli, I’m embarrassed to have had to wait eight hours at the airport ... And all of this because we are Israelis.

      I wonder if Ms. Gerbi cares about - or ever even thinks about - how Palestinians (citizens, refugees, individuals living under occupation and visitors) must feel who are treated at least as disgracefully by her own government.

  • Zionism is tired
    • Zionism is like an evil version of a little child who wants what others have, not because he is entitled to have it, but because he believes he is entitled to have it.

      He covets, grabs, clutches, lashes out and won't let go. "Why?!?!" he'll wail and moan when he is told that what he has taken does not belong to him. "But I WANT it!! It's MINE!! I HATE you!!"

      It would be merely pathetic if it weren't for the fact that:
      - for almost 70 years it has been the source of countless acts of injustice and immorality; and
      - it shows no sign of abating or ending.

  • Netanyahu cancels controversial 'apartheid' buses plan, but there have been segregated West Bank buses for years
    • || talknic: ... Sorry, I promised not include credits for the same reason I use a pseudonym link to ||

      Understood. :-)

    • talknic, could you please tell me who performs that "O, Lord / O, God" song that's part of your video? I found its "raw-ness" curiously captivating. Thanks.

  • US press blacks out Israeli defense minister's citation of 'Nagasaki and Hiroshima' as model for dealing with Iran
    • ... Ya’alon suggested that Israel might have to nuke Iran in order to prevent a long war ...

      Once again, a belligerent Israel issues overt existential threats against Iran.

      Once again and according to Israel's own logic, Iran has every right to lauch pre-emptive self-defense strikes against Israel.

  • Edward R. Matthews
    • || RobertHenryEller: I came to a decision the other day. I will no longer refer to Israelis and/or Zionists as Jews. At best, I will refer to Israelis and/or Zionists as Israelis and/or Zionists. At worst? Well, at worst, I will not refer to them as Jews. ||

      To my mind, Jewish and non-Jewish Israelis are Israelis - just as Jewish and non-Jewish Americans / Germans / Italians / Canadians are Americans / Germans / Italians / Canadians.

      Jewish and non-Jewish Israelis and non-Israelis who advocate, justify and defend a religion-supremacist "Jewish State" are Zio-supremacists.

  • Why Ship to Gaza is sailing again
    • What’s so horrifying about understanding that the entire Palestinian people is the enemy? Every war is between two peoples, and in every war the people who started the war, that whole people, is the enemy. A declaration of war is not a war crime. Responding with war certainly is not. Nor is the use of the word “war”, nor a clear definition who the enemy is. Au contraire: the morality of war (yes, there is such a thing) is founded on the assumption that there are wars in this world, and that war is not the normal state of things, and that in wars the enemy is usually an entire people, including its elderly and its women, its cities and its villages, its property and its infrastructure.

      And yet you can bet your bottom dollar that a hateful and immoral Zio-supremacist hypocrite like Ms. Shaked would not for a second consider acceptable:
      - a declaration of war on all Jewish people;
      - war against all Jewish people under the guise of morality;
      - branding all Jewish people as enemies; and
      - the destruction of everything belonging to Jewish people.

  • International calls rise for FIFA to suspend Israel
    • || hophmi: ... Yes, please kick Israel out of this corrupt, horrible organization that ... includes human rights luminaries like the DPRK, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and many others. ||

      Birds of a feather. Looks like Israel is right where it belongs.

  • Hundreds of academics call on State Dept to revise its definition of anti-Semitism, respect criticism of Israel as protected speech
    • || JeffB: Funny that BDSers are pretty much willing to admit that without “demonizing,” “delegitimizing,” and “applying a double-standard to the state of Israel,” they can’t say anything against Israel. ||

      The problem is not that BDSers have no legitimate criticisms of Israel - the problem is that the State Department seems to want to criminalize those legitimate criticisms. But you knew that.

      || It is easy to avoid those points: a) Hold Israel only to those law you would apply equally to all ||

      Agreed. And that's a good lesson for Zio-supremacists, too.

      || b) Avoid being deliberately misleading. ||

      Agreed. And that's a good lesson for Zio-supremacists, too.

      || Try and present facts both pro and con. ||

      Present the facts that are relevant to your criticisms. To sugar-coat Israel's past and on-going (war) crimes is to be deliberately misleading and that, as we have agreed, is a no-no.

      || c) Be charitable and fair in your interpretation of the evidence ||

      No, be accurate in your evidence. To "charitably interpret" evidence is to be deliberately misleading.

      || And that’s it. That’s not a high bar for normal people. ||

      The bar's not very high, but Zio-supremacists prefer to limbo beneath it than strive to surmount it.

    • In particular, the letter takes issue with provisions in the U.S. State Department definition of anti-Semitism that refer to “demonizing,” “delegitimizing,” and “applying a double-standard to the state of Israel.”

      1. Demonizing, de-legitimizing and applying double-standards to Israel might be anti-Israeli, but it's not anti-Semitic.

      2. Is the U.S. State Department equally concerned when other countries are demonized and de-legitimized and have double-standards applied to them? If not, why does it apply a double-standard to Israel?

      3. Israel has been in violation of international laws for almost 70 years. Does the U.S. government defend all countries that routinely, intentionally and for prolonged periods of time violate international laws? If not, why does it apply a double-standard to Israel?

  • Congress and state legislatures are on the warpath against BDS
    • || Bornajoo: Well stated Eljay! +1 ||

      Thanks, Bornajoo. :-)

      || Eljay please forgive me. I’ve been misspelling your name from the very start by leaving out the ‘L’. You are very gracious for not mentioning it. Sorry about that! (Bintbiba pointed it out to me). Apologies ||

      No worries. Had I thought you were doing it on purpose, I would have been >:-(

      But I know you weren't, so I'm :-)


    • || JeffB: There we go. A perfect example of where you didn’t use the perm “Persian supremacist” when mentioning Iran. ||

      Neither did I use "Jewish supremacist" when mentioning Israel.

      || Proving yet again it ain’t the supremacist but the Jewish in Jewish supremacist that is what bothers you. ||

      Wrong again (and as usual). It's the supremacist. If Israel were to become a Gentile-supremacist state, I would condemn it the same way as I condemn it now for its Jewish supremacism. It really does gall you that I'm not a hypocrite like you are. :-(

      || As for colonialist you are also factually wrong ... ||

      Nope, not wrong at all. Israel has been occupying and colonizing land outside of its (Partition) borders since it was created.

      || Iran at the same time that Israel was cleaning out the Palestinians was cleaning out non Persian peoples from territory they coveted. ||

      Both acts of injustice and immorality were wrong and I condemn them equally. Unlike you, I don't believe that acts of injustice and immorality committed by one group should be used as justification by another group to commit similar (or dissimilar) acts of injustice and immorality.

    • || DaBakr: @ej so…bds bigots, Israel-haters and many anti-semites among them are fuming that boycotts are being implemented against boycotters. rich. ||

      I can't speak to what "bigots, Israel-haters and many anti-semites" feel, but it seems incredibly hypocritical to promote sanction and boycott of a non-colonialist, non-expansionist and nuclear weapons-free Iran, but to oppose boycott of a colonialist, expansionist and nuclear-armed Israel that has been intentionally and with impunity violating international laws for almost 70 years.

      || ... and whining about it all being ‘illegal’ and having nothing to say about the fact that Israel is again being singled out among all the nations of the world ... ||

      Israel isn't being singled out. It's a rogue state that - like any other rogue state - must be held accountable for its actions.

    • || Steve Grover: It passed U N A N I M O U S L Y!!! ||

      1. Leave it to a Zio-supremacist to cheer unanimous support for injustice and immorality.
      2. Who knew that the Illinois state legislature was comprised entirely of Zio-supremacists?

    • || DoubleStandard: The Palestinian “right of return” spells the end of the Jewish people’s recognized right to a national homeland. ||

      1. Jewish and non-Jewish Israeli refugees from within Israel's (Partition) borders have a right to return to their homes and lands. Their return does not spell an end to the state of Israel.

      2. No group of people - not even Jewish people (who currently have many homelands around the world) - is entitled to a supremacist state or supremacist "national homeland".

    • || shalom: If you look at the page you will see the three original goals enunciated by the international movement in 2005 which include #3; “Respecting, protecting and promoting the rights of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and properties as stipulated in UN resolution 194.” This goal in effect would eliminate the state of Israel and as such is not only anti-Zionist but anti-Semitic. ||

      Honouring the right of refugees from within Israel's (Partition) borders to return to their homes and lands within Israel's (Partition) borders:
      - does not eliminate the state of Israel (although it may put an end to supremacist "Jewish State", which would be a just and moral effect of that repatriation); and
      - is in no way anti-Semitic (or even anti-Israeli).

  • Netanyahu: Jerusalem was always the capital 'of the Jewish people alone'
    • || zaid: @eljay Actually i was laughing while writing. ... ||

      It's good to know he wasn't succeeding at driving you insane. :-)

    • || zaid: Jeff B Let it go Jeff….Just let it go. ||

      zaid, Jeff "morality=goal+methods" B is a hard-core Zio-supremacist and MW troll/spammer, and he has clearly found which one(s) of your buttons to push. He's toying with you, and you're expending a lot of energy (and, it seems, accumulating much frustration) responding constructively to his taunts.

      You might have to be the one to let it go, if only for your own sanity. Peace. :-)

    • || JeffB: ... Under USA law “Since 1950, the city of Jerusalem has been the capital of the State of Israel.” link to ||

      And, yet:

      Embassy of the United States, Tel Aviv

      . . . There is controversy surrounding the Tel Aviv location of the United States embassy because ... [the] United States does not recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

    • || Mooser: ... Talk to “JeffyB” about it. He’s the Lord High Excommunicator, and the Chief Preservationist. ||

      If the increasing volume and verboseness of his posts are any indication, he's now also the Head Zio-supremacist at Hasbara Central. Congrats on the promotion, dude! :-)

  • 'Jerusalem Day' and the sacralization of propaganda
    • || Scandipope: For all of Israels faults, Jerusalem is actually a good example of Israels moral superiority over their neighbors and the Palestinians. ||

      And for all of the serial rapist's faults, his community volunteering is actually a good example of his moral superiority over his law-abiding neighbours.

      Funny stuff. :-)

  • On Nakba day, Palestinian civil society in besieged Gaza decries collective failure to ensure accountability for Israeli massacre 
    • || Down under girl @ May 16, 2015, 9:43 am ||

      I condemn the corruption within Hamas. The criminals must be held responsible and accountable for their crimes.

      But not one of those very interesting facts absolves Israel - an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and religion-supremacist state born of terrorism and the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous population from their homes and lands - of its:
      - responsibility and accountability for its past and on-going (war) crimes; or
      - obligations under international law.

  • Memory (on Nakba Day)
    • || Jackdaw: In February 1948, two consecutive bombings targeted the Jews of Jerusalem – one targeting the ‘ Jerusalem Post’, the other Ben-Yehuda Street. ... Scores died. ||

      A tragedy, one for which the perpetrator(s) should have been held accountable.

      But the tragedy did not and does not justify the creation or existence of an oppressive, colonialist, expansionist and supremacist "Jewish State".

  • What if the Times had sent Rudoren to Selma in 1965?
    • || JeffB: ... Jewish children learn well the alternative to Zionism is Auschwitz. ... ||

      Except that it isn't. Which means that the students are not learning well, and the teachers are doing them a great disservice by poisoning their minds.

    • || Shingo: You are beyond pathetic, but sadly, you are a perfect stereotype of a so called “liberal Zionist”. ||

      Funny, I don't see anything remotely "liberal Zionist" about JeffB. He's as unapologetically hard-core a Zio-supremacist as the worst of them.

      (JeffB is one of the guys who does all the dirty work while his meeker co-collectivists like R.W., jon s, y.f. and the Potato-man "hold their noses".)

    • || bintbiba @ May 18, 2015, 6:25 pm ||

      My respect to you, bintbiba. :-)

    • || DaBakr: there is no such state of :”jewish supremacism” ... ||

      There shouldn't be, but hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists like you keep doing everything in your power to uphold it, justify it and defend it.

      || And comparing Shaket to the US conditions in Selma circa 60s is absurd ... ||

      There is nothing absurd about comparing two types of injustices and condemning both. There is something thoroughly offensive about comparing two types of injustice and using one of them to justify the other. That's what hateful and immoral Zio-supremacists like you do on a regular basis.

    • || JeffB: ... Israeli is the Jewish state in the same way France is a French state ... ||

      Nope. Israel as an Israeli state is the same as France as a French state.

      Israel as a "Jewish State" is a religion-supremacist construct.

    • || DaBakr: got it. and when a Zionist makes a similar analogy-its ‘whataboutism’. you get to decide whats a ‘just’ analogy. i guess your right-that is a bad joke. ||

      Jeezus, man, do you make an effort to be this dense or does it come naturally?

      Comparing Jewish supremacism to white supremacism to show that both are bad and that neither form of injustice and immorality should exist is not whataboutism.

      Comparing the injustices and immorality of "Jewish State" to those of Saudi Arabia, Mali and African "hell-holes" in order to defend and justify the former very much is whataboutism. And it's what Zio-supremacists like you do regularly and consistently.

      Or did I miss your recent condemnation of Jewish supremacism in/and a supremacist "Jewish State"?

      I didn't think so.

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