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The Protocols of the Daily Kos

Posted by avideditor on March 28, 2008

Charles of LGF has found some really offense lies being spread at the Daily Kos.

The Protocols of the Daily Kos: “

Jew-hatred bubbles and ferments just beneath the surface at Daily Kos, erupting from time to time in gaseous diary posts like this one: Daily Kos: What’s Wrong With Being Anti Israel?

There seems to be such a taboo in the media about anyone or any story that is critical of Israel.  Witness the recent attacks on the Obama campaign via activities by his ex-pastor that was considered ‘Anti-Israel’.  Remember the vicious treatment that Jimmy Carter got for mentioning the words ‘Apartheid’ and Israel in his book title? Candidate after candidate has to pay lip service and claim his blind allegiance to that state… and why?  why is it the ‘kiss of death’ to be critical of Israel.

[…blah, blah … apartheid … blah, blah … concentration camps … blah, blah…]

Israel continues to deny the right of return to over 2 million refugees spread all over the world for more than 50 years… can you imagine living in shanty towns and tents for over 50 years??

– Israel maintains a racial based system of government based on the failed ideology of Zionism. An ideology that at heart is based on racist nationalism granting rights to one ‘ethnic’ (or is it religious?) group only

– While Israel claims to be living in the constant fear of terrorism, the death ratio of Palestinians vs. Israeli is roughly 13 to 1. Yet, somehow, they are the victims, and our media pushes that notion on us (and we wonder why the world hates us).

– Israel has TWICE invaded its northern neighbor, Lebanon and continues daily violations of its air space. Complaints to the UN are constantly blocked by, guess who?, the USA.

[…blah, blah … criticism of Israel is not antisemitism … blah, blah … Jimmy Carter rocks … blah, blah…]

I am anti-Israel and anti-Zionist and proud of it. Anyone who spends time looking at the history and facts of the region would come to the same conclusion. We should not be made to feel like a pariah in our own country for believing so.

(Via avideditor’s shared items in Google Reader.)

One Response to “The Protocols of the Daily Kos”

  1. trajan75 said

    Hey I see your posting still! Cool!

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