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Re: Anti-semitism & Jews
« Reply #800 on: August 25, 2020, 09:08:25 AM »
I sick and tired of hearing from these Jews who are so infatuated with their beloved Dem Party


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« Reply #801 on: August 25, 2020, 03:59:48 PM »
I sick and tired of hearing from these Jews who are so infatuated with their beloved Dem Party

To clarify, our ccp is Jewish.  Judaism is a fine, fine religion full of great people.  Our frustration is with their politics.

Almost 3 out of 4:  In 2016, 70% voted Democrat (Hillary Clinton) and 25% Republican (Trump).
https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/clinton-won-majority-of-jewish-american-vote-polls-say-1.5459522
How the Leftward politics of this group is in their own best interest or in our national interest is a mystery to me.

Trump has many accomplishments advancing the US alliance with Israel including moving our embassy to their capital city as promised and negotiating a major Middle East peace and security agreement.  For all that, he will likely win over zero liberal Jewish voters. 

I guess we can feel good that they don't carry a dual allegiance.

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/03/ilhan-omars-dual-loyalty-charge-was-anti-semitic/584314/

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Re: Anti-semitism & Jews
« Reply #802 on: August 26, 2020, 09:25:31 PM »


Well, I'm Jewish and I can't stand my fellow Jews who have made progressivism their true religion. :-D

PS:  Check out the rabbi's opening prayer for tonight's Rep Convention.

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Re: Anti-semitism & Jews
« Reply #803 on: August 26, 2020, 09:35:56 PM »


Well, I'm Jewish and I can't stand my fellow Jews who have made progressivism their true religion. :-D

PS:  Check out the rabbi's opening prayer for tonight's Rep Convention.

Leftist Jews are the Neo-Hellenes.


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some jews think they can buy love I guess
« Reply #805 on: August 27, 2020, 03:21:29 PM »
furthermore, to think that jews would donate money to Al Sharpton.  :-(

are they cowards ? think they will be called racist?

are they really believers in Al Sharpton? 

or is it all because they are demo crats ?

is this a way to advance the party ?  keep the minorities happy and in line with the Dems?

may be all the above ?  not sure .

wonder if they donated to some of the black organizations we have seen mentioned at the RNC or on Mark Levin show and other conservative outlets .

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Center_for_Public_Policy_Research#Project_21

I bet they don't.

I just can't help thinking Al Sharpton must be laughing behind our backs at what fools we are.
Could anyone imagine he would really appreciate their (certainly would never get a cent from me) generosity?





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Re: Anti-semitism & Jews
« Reply #806 on: August 27, 2020, 04:11:20 PM »
https://nypost.com/2019/04/03/democrats-are-so-afraid-to-piss-off-al-sharpton/

he must have a huge mob behind him

or is it everyone is that terrified of being called "racist" by this charlatan with a megaphone?


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« Reply #807 on: August 27, 2020, 05:13:56 PM »
I just got called a "Nazi" on FB  :-D

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Two-thirds of US young adults unaware 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust
« Reply #810 on: September 16, 2020, 05:52:08 AM »
Nearly two-thirds of US young adults unaware 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust.

Almost two-thirds of young American adults do not know that 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust, and more than one in 10 believe Jews caused the Holocaust, a new survey has found, revealing shocking levels of ignorance about the greatest crime of the 20th century.

According to the study of millennial and Gen Z adults aged between 18 and 39, almost half (48%) could not name a single concentration camp or ghetto established during the second world war.

Almost a quarter of respondents (23%) said they believed the Holocaust was a myth, or had been exaggerated, or they weren’t sure. One in eight (12%) said they had definitely not heard, or didn’t think they had heard, about the Holocaust.

More than half (56%) said they had seen Nazi symbols on their social media platforms and/or in their communities, and almost half (49%) had seen Holocaust denial or distortion posts on social media or elsewhere online.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/sep/16/holocaust-us-adults-study
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18-39 is a pretty broad range of young people!

Reasonable people should be shocked at what young people are taught and not taught.  If you're not a far Leftist, you're probably not involved with setting curriculum.  It's honestly gotten to the point that the longer young people stay in indoctrination school the more they know that isn't so.  Meanwhile social media giants are busy removing perfectly valid opposing viewpoints.
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brother against brother Jew against Jew
« Reply #815 on: November 10, 2020, 06:29:07 AM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPDy-XQarTY

Republican Jews - the new nazis

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Re: Anti-semitism & Jews
« Reply #816 on: January 12, 2021, 06:58:18 AM »
Not a fan of the ADL, and several of  the accusations herein seem bullshit, but this is worth noting:

https://www.adl.org/blog/proud-boys-bigotry-is-on-full-display?fbclid=IwAR29eHETA-9LaFOiKaYsEYZ3Q6EQql0bmBYxW99ZQ1Ej12Q-_9kct3284EM

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another Jewish patriot
« Reply #817 on: January 12, 2021, 09:01:42 AM »
there are a few of us

though I don't know what he was thinking trespassing into the Capitol

should have stayed outside
like the rest

"https://www.yahoo.com/news/ny-judge-son-pictured-capitol-151721419.html"

I can only here it now
Shame shame shame !
threat to democracy
Jew turned Nazi

etc

yes , it is Jew against Jew.



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Re: another Jewish patriot
« Reply #818 on: January 12, 2021, 01:48:37 PM »
Judah Macabee fought who?


there are a few of us

though I don't know what he was thinking trespassing into the Capitol

should have stayed outside
like the rest

"https://www.yahoo.com/news/ny-judge-son-pictured-capitol-151721419.html"

I can only here it now
Shame shame shame !
threat to democracy
Jew turned Nazi

etc

yes , it is Jew against Jew.

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Obviously Trump's fault!
« Reply #819 on: May 19, 2021, 02:16:11 PM »

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A Jew I can be proud of
« Reply #823 on: May 25, 2021, 04:17:22 PM »

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Orange County Muslim leader incites more hatred
« Reply #824 on: May 25, 2021, 08:09:15 PM »
Amid a Spate of Anti-Semitic Attacks, Orange County Muslim Leader Incites More Hatred
by Steven Emerson
IPT News
May 25, 2021

https://www.investigativeproject.org/8869/amid-a-spate-of-anti-semitic-attacks-orange

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Donna Brazile (?!?)
« Reply #825 on: May 28, 2021, 07:11:08 PM »
OPINION  COMMENTARY
The Pandemic of Anti-Semitism
Jew-hatred is wrong whether it comes from neo-Nazis or left-wing activists.
By Donna Brazile
May 27, 2021 12:01 pm ET
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As if the coronavirus pandemic isn’t bad enough, another sickness is breaking out across the world—a pandemic of anti-Semitism. Hatred of the Jewish people is only one expression of the virus of prejudice. Even our most brilliant scientists can’t develop a vaccine for this disease. All of us—citizens and government officials—need to do our best to stamp it out.

“The recent attacks on the Jewish community are despicable, and they must stop,” President Biden tweeted Monday. “I condemn this hateful behavior at home and abroad—it’s up to all of us to give hate no safe harbor.” All Republicans and Democrats should applaud Mr. Biden’s firm stance.

Hours later, the president signed the Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act into law, in response to racist attacks against Asian-Americans carried out by bigots who blame them for the coronavirus pandemic.

The latest eruption of anti-Semitism has been sparked by fighting between Israel and Hamas, the terrorist group that controls the Gaza Strip. But the perpetrators of these vile anti-Semitic attacks, in the U.S. and elsewhere, use the actions of Israel as an excuse to mount assaults against Jews.

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There is nothing anti-Semitic about policy disagreements with the government of Israel. Jews themselves, including Israelis, are sharply divided in their opinions of the government, just as Americans are sharply divided in our views of the U.S. government. But attacking people because they’re Jewish isn’t about a policy dispute—it is about simple hatred.

Those on the left who profess to champion Palestinian rights are sorely misguided if they believe praising Adolf Hitler, beating up Jews in New York and elsewhere, and defacing synagogues in the U.S. and Europe with swastikas will aid Palestinians.

Those on the right who embrace Nazi mass murderers—such as participants at the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., who marched with tiki torches while chanting “Jews will not replace us!”—are motivated by the same fanatical anti-Semitism that motivated Hitler and his Nazi followers long before the founding of the modern state of Israel in 1948.


Likewise, the gunman who murdered 11 congregants at a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018 was motivated by a burning anti-Semitism that had nothing to do with Israel. Police said he shouted, “All Jews must die!” as he opened fire and had earlier posted on social media denouncing “filthy EVIL jews” and making many anti-Semitic slurs.

The synagogue shooting came three years after a white racist murdered nine black congregants during a Bible study at the Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston, S.C. Both mass murders were rooted in the same evil.

I am the descendant of enslaved Africans who were bought and sold like farm animals and denied the most basic human rights because white racists considered them subhuman. My grandparents and parents weren’t enslaved, but they were subjected to horrific discrimination in the Jim Crow South, which still refused to recognize them as full-fledged human beings.

As a black woman, I’ve experienced plenty of discrimination, though far less than my ancestors suffered. And in the past year I’ve watched the same videos and read the same accounts that millions of people around the world have seen—images of police killing unarmed black people in American cities. I cried over these horrific killings, as I cried for the victims gunned down at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh and Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston.

Anti-Semitism is based on the same belief as racism and other forms of prejudice—“the other” is inferior and not entitled the same human rights as the “superior” class. So while I’m not Jewish, I can empathize with the pain and the injustice anti-Semitism inflicts in the same way Jews have expressed empathy for the racist oppression black Americans have suffered for centuries.

Jews were among the most prominent and important nonblack supporters of the civil-rights movement, helping found and fund the NAACP, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and numerous black colleges and universities. Jewish Americans remain among the strongest supporters of African-American causes.


A few years ago I attended a Remembrance Day ceremony at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. I was among those asked to read aloud the names of a few of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis. I was overcome with emotion, but the Holocaust survivor who stood next to me read names stoically, showing remarkable strength. It is something I will never forget, along with my three visits to Israel and the time I met Holocaust chronicler Elie Wiesel.

I am proud to stand with Jews against anti-Semitism, just as many Jews have stood and continue to stand with black Americans against racism. We haven’t stamped out the virus of hatred yet, but all people of goodwill must continue trying to achieve this vital task.

Ms. Brazile is a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

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Re: Donna Brazile (?!?)
« Reply #826 on: May 28, 2021, 07:20:00 PM »
https://www.upi.com/Top_News/2005/02/27/Black-leaders-discuss-state-of-their-union/94941109555669/

OPINION  COMMENTARY
The Pandemic of Anti-Semitism
Jew-hatred is wrong whether it comes from neo-Nazis or left-wing activists.
By Donna Brazile
May 27, 2021 12:01 pm ET
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Anti- and pro-Israel demonstrators in New York’s Times Square on May 20.
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As if the coronavirus pandemic isn’t bad enough, another sickness is breaking out across the world—a pandemic of anti-Semitism. Hatred of the Jewish people is only one expression of the virus of prejudice. Even our most brilliant scientists can’t develop a vaccine for this disease. All of us—citizens and government officials—need to do our best to stamp it out.

“The recent attacks on the Jewish community are despicable, and they must stop,” President Biden tweeted Monday. “I condemn this hateful behavior at home and abroad—it’s up to all of us to give hate no safe harbor.” All Republicans and Democrats should applaud Mr. Biden’s firm stance.

Hours later, the president signed the Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act into law, in response to racist attacks against Asian-Americans carried out by bigots who blame them for the coronavirus pandemic.

The latest eruption of anti-Semitism has been sparked by fighting between Israel and Hamas, the terrorist group that controls the Gaza Strip. But the perpetrators of these vile anti-Semitic attacks, in the U.S. and elsewhere, use the actions of Israel as an excuse to mount assaults against Jews.

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There is nothing anti-Semitic about policy disagreements with the government of Israel. Jews themselves, including Israelis, are sharply divided in their opinions of the government, just as Americans are sharply divided in our views of the U.S. government. But attacking people because they’re Jewish isn’t about a policy dispute—it is about simple hatred.

Those on the left who profess to champion Palestinian rights are sorely misguided if they believe praising Adolf Hitler, beating up Jews in New York and elsewhere, and defacing synagogues in the U.S. and Europe with swastikas will aid Palestinians.

Those on the right who embrace Nazi mass murderers—such as participants at the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., who marched with tiki torches while chanting “Jews will not replace us!”—are motivated by the same fanatical anti-Semitism that motivated Hitler and his Nazi followers long before the founding of the modern state of Israel in 1948.


Likewise, the gunman who murdered 11 congregants at a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018 was motivated by a burning anti-Semitism that had nothing to do with Israel. Police said he shouted, “All Jews must die!” as he opened fire and had earlier posted on social media denouncing “filthy EVIL jews” and making many anti-Semitic slurs.

The synagogue shooting came three years after a white racist murdered nine black congregants during a Bible study at the Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston, S.C. Both mass murders were rooted in the same evil.

I am the descendant of enslaved Africans who were bought and sold like farm animals and denied the most basic human rights because white racists considered them subhuman. My grandparents and parents weren’t enslaved, but they were subjected to horrific discrimination in the Jim Crow South, which still refused to recognize them as full-fledged human beings.

As a black woman, I’ve experienced plenty of discrimination, though far less than my ancestors suffered. And in the past year I’ve watched the same videos and read the same accounts that millions of people around the world have seen—images of police killing unarmed black people in American cities. I cried over these horrific killings, as I cried for the victims gunned down at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh and Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston.

Anti-Semitism is based on the same belief as racism and other forms of prejudice—“the other” is inferior and not entitled the same human rights as the “superior” class. So while I’m not Jewish, I can empathize with the pain and the injustice anti-Semitism inflicts in the same way Jews have expressed empathy for the racist oppression black Americans have suffered for centuries.

Jews were among the most prominent and important nonblack supporters of the civil-rights movement, helping found and fund the NAACP, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and numerous black colleges and universities. Jewish Americans remain among the strongest supporters of African-American causes.


A few years ago I attended a Remembrance Day ceremony at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. I was among those asked to read aloud the names of a few of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis. I was overcome with emotion, but the Holocaust survivor who stood next to me read names stoically, showing remarkable strength. It is something I will never forget, along with my three visits to Israel and the time I met Holocaust chronicler Elie Wiesel.

I am proud to stand with Jews against anti-Semitism, just as many Jews have stood and continue to stand with black Americans against racism. We haven’t stamped out the virus of hatred yet, but all people of goodwill must continue trying to achieve this vital task.

Ms. Brazile is a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

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Omar and Dems
« Reply #827 on: June 10, 2021, 04:22:20 PM »
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/06/10/house-democrat-leadership-to-omar-no-moral-equivalency-between-u-s-israel-to-terrorists/

did google search on omar looking for comments on boko haram
nothing comes up

only anti semitic comments
only anti american comments