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Why are the left so beholden to anti-Semitism?

Posted by avideditor on February 3, 2011

From http://eye-on-the-world.blogspot.com/2011/01/why-are-left-so-beholden-to-anti.html?zx=d51fd4f842f9e065

One of the more disturbing things about the UK today is how it is fashionable for the left to be anti-Semitic. Which explains why so many Unions/Church groups and such have no problem going out of their way in which to attack the Jews (not physically) because they belong to the same religious group as the people of Israel. So we have idiots walking free from court (in Scotland at that) after a racially aggravated conduct against members of an Israeli orchestra. As I mentioned the other day, the former mayor of London was sanctioned for referring to a Jewish reporter as a Nazi death camp guard, and we have the case of how protesters who broke into a factory in the south of England casing £180,000 of damage, walked free from court because the judge accepted their reason for doing so was because they believed that the company EDO makes components used by the IDF (not weapons, not ammunition but components) during its then war against Gaza in 2009.

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Spencer on the Glenn Beck Show with Eric Bolling, on Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood

Posted by avideditor on February 2, 2011

The Egyptian Revolution is Jihadi

Shame of Beck for allowing the anti semite Michael Scheuer on his show. I hope he had no control over it. I thought beck was better then this.

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Disgusting!… Media Matters Blames Jews for Egyptian Crisis

Posted by avideditor on February 1, 2011

The Egyptian Revolution is Jihadi

From http://gatewaypundit.rightnetwork.com/2011/01/sick-batard-media-matters-blames-jews-for-egyptian-crisis/

Will the 400 leftist rabbis refute this?
This was some sick stuff. Anti-Semitism is alive and well at Media Matters.

The Soros-funded Media Matters blamed the Egyptian crisis today on the US Jewish lobby and media-owning Jews.
Yid With Lid reported this from Media Matters.

If one needs additional proof that the “pro-Israel” lobby and the policies it dictates to US policymakers are bad for both the U.S. and Israel, look no further than what is happening in Egypt.

The regime that the Israeli government and its U.S. lobby have depended upon to enforce the status quo is going down. It is not clear when, but it’s going to be soon, much sooner than anyone ever anticipated. And you can be sure that any democratic government that takes Mubarak’s place is not going to play the role of America’s (let alone Israel’s) enforcer in the Middle East.

Hopefully, the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty will survive — thousands of lives on both sides have been saved by President Carter’s Camp David Treaty — but there are no guarantees. Far from it.

Of course, no one would even be worried about the peace treaty if the Israelis had agreed to implement the critical second part of the Camp David Accords.
That was the part that would have ended the occupation. But the Israelis chose to ignore it and the lobby and the ever-faithful Congress blocked Carter’s efforts to push it through.

Write Media Matters here and demand that they retract this awful anti-Semitic attack against American Jews.

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#JIDF is starting it campaign against the jew hatred on #Reddit

Posted by avideditor on January 31, 2011

Silence.is.Acceptance.jpg hopefully they change things there. It seems as if the Jew hating Jihadis took over. http://www.thejidf.org/2011/01/have-you-seen-jewisrael-hatred-on.html to find out more about the new campaign

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UN Human Rights Council’s Richard Falk Discredited as Truther

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

What more evidence is there to disband the jihadi controlled UN?

From http://blog.camera.org/archives/2011/01/un_human_rights_councils_richa_1.html

falk.jpgRichard Falk

In 2008, Richard Falk began a six-year term as the UN Human Rights Council’s permanent investigator on “Israel’s violations of the principles of international law”– a position that itself is a manifestation of clear bias, as it is meant to investigate only Israeli actions and not Palestinian ones. Now the person who holds this position is exposed as a conspiracy theorist, or “truther” who believes he knows the “truth” about 9/11, namely that the U.S. government, and not Al Qaeda, was responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center. It is not surprising that these lunatic fringe views are suported by one who has expressed similar fringe views about Israel, for example, comparing Israeli actions to those of the Nazis. And it is not surprising that the UN Human Rights Council, specifically selected someone with such objectionable views as their resident condemner of Israel.

Falk’s exposure as a conspiracy theorist comes as a result of UN Watch’s 3-year campaign “to expose and combat Falk’s denial and justification of Hamas and Al Qaeda terrorism, and his material support for 9/11 conspiracy theorists.” Read about ithere.

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Study: Rampant anti-semitism at the Huffington Post

Posted by avideditor on January 27, 2011

The pro jihadis lefties turn out to hate Jews too.

From http://olehgirl.com/?p=6256

“Jews are evil. Israel runs the world. Lets kill ‘em all and give the land back to Islam; result-perpetual peace. Seig Heil.” A comment by prominent commenter “pedrothemigrant,” 5/23/08
Front Page magazine provides an in-depth look at what is business as usual over at the Huffington Post: “In its four years of existence,The Huffington Post (aka “HuffPost”) has grown from obscurity into the world’s most-visited blogsite, and one of America’s most popular news sites. It now has more monthly visitors than the Washington Post, and is supported by some of the largest advertisers in the world. Its representatives have been allowed to ask questions at presidential press conferences, and one was even given preferential treatment. It now enjoys access to, and influence over, the top levels of the U.S. government. Top members of the U.S. Senate are among HuffPost’s official bloggers, including John Kerry, Carl Levin, Chris Dodd, Barbara Boxer and others.
A significant reason for HuffPost’s success and “legitimization” are its claims that it is a nonpartisan “newspaper,” dedicated to “ferret(ing) out the truth,” and “debunking the left-right way of thinking.”
HuffPost also claims to be non-partisan in its moderation of user comments. Arianna Huffington, the site’s founder and Editor-In-Chief, claims HuffPost has “a zero tolerance policy” for hate speech, and that it acts vigilantly to keep its comment threads free of offensive content, 24-7.
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Leftist Rabbis to Protest Becks’s Use of Holocaust Imagery

Posted by avideditor on January 27, 2011

Why don’t the complain about the Jihadi’s anti Semites that is transparent instead of making things up? There is a pure political motive behind this.
From Leftist Rabbis to Protest Becks’s Use of Holocaust Imagery

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Newsmax

Four hundred rabbis will publish a letter Thursdaycalling on Fox News to sanction host Glenn Beck for repeated use of Nazi and Holocaust imagery and for airing attacks on World War Two survivor George Soros.

In an open letter to Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of News Corp, which owns Fox, the rabbis also demand an apology from Fox News chief Roger Ailes for characterizing Beck’s Jewish critics as nothing more than “left-wing rabbis.”

The letter will appear as an advertisement in the News Corp-owned Wall Street JournalThursday for which the rabbis spent more than $100,000, a spokesman said.

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Anti-Semetic Turkish film on jihad flotilla to be released on Holocaust Remembrance Day

Posted by avideditor on January 25, 2011

Do they have no shame. anti-Semitic pro jihadi flotilla propaganda to be released on Holocaust Remembrance Day?

From here http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/01/antisemitic-turkish-film-on-jihad-flotilla-mavi-marmara-to-be-released-on-holocaust-remembrance-day.html
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Turkey continues to slide away from secularism and toward Sharia — and after all, the Qur’an says that the Jews are the “strongest in enmity” to the Muslims (5:82).

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The jew hater “Young Turk” goes after fox news

Posted by avideditor on January 25, 2011

Previously posted Anti Semite accuses Beck of Having a jewish problem The “Young Turk” hypocrisy
The Blaze has a clip where the raging anti Semite “Young Turk” goes after fox news as a whole here http://www.theblaze.com/stories/olbermann-replacement-young-turk-cenk-uygur-compares-beck-to-a-nazi-says-his-plan-is-to-go-after-fox-news/

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Anti Semite accuses Beck of Having a jewish problem The “Young Turk” hypocrisy

Posted by avideditor on January 25, 2011

A strait up Jew hater pedaling in Jew hatred and lies says Glenn Beck has a jewish problem. I agree in a part. Lefty jews keep attacking him even though he is a big supporter of Jews and Israel. Beck regularly features a Rabbi on his show. Oh does the anti semite “Young Turk” is using the anti semites code words when saying Jewish problem, like Marx wrote about? I think that is what he is saying. It is laughable that some one that really hates Jews is accusing Beck of hating jews.

From Before Making False Claims Against Glenn Beck, Perhaps Cenk Uygur Should Fix His Own “Jewish Problem”

Gee whiz everyone is trying to get into the act. People keep popping out of the woodwork wanting to be spokesmen for the Jews just so they can attack Glenn Beck with false claims of Antisemitism. Most of the attacks come from the hypocriticalMedia Matters who is funded by the famous “spooky dude,” George Soros.
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Sometimes the Beck haters enlist Jewish groups, such as the ADL or the Jewish Funds for Justice to spread the Antisemitic myths obviously hoping that because they have Jewish names the charges will stick, but make no mistake about it, neither the ADL or the Jewish Funds for Justice give a “rats arse” for their Jewishness their real priority is advancing their progressive agenda.

But yesterday, the Beck haters went way beyond the pale, they enlisted Cenk Uygur to accuse Glenn Beck of Antisemitism.

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Exploring Anti Israel Rhetoric, Radical Islamic Propaganda and Anti Semitism

Posted by avideditor on January 23, 2011

Anti Semitism is on the rise fueled by growing anti Israel rhetoric. Just a few weeks ago, a former European Commissioner and a prominent Dutch politician, Frits Bolkestein, called on orthodox Jews to leave Holland because of “the anti-Semitism among Dutchmen of Moroccan descent, whose numbers keep growing”. Reading this statement propelled me to learn more about the state of Anti Semitism in Europe and its connection to the efforts to de legitimize Israel’s right to exist. I asked Professor Dina Porat, the founder and former head of the institute for the study of contemporary Anti Semitism and Racism in Tel Aviv University, for an interview to explore the connection between Anti Israel rhetoric, Radical Islamic propaganda and anti Semitism.
Anti semitism incidents graph

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Head of small Jewish community in Germany under Police Protection from Islamist’s death thre at

Posted by avideditor on January 22, 2011

It is sad that they have protect them. Jihadis are crazy psychos that only belong in the dust bins of history.

From http://olehgirl.com/?p=6183

A German Islamist has reportedly issued death threats against Wolfgang Seibert, the head of the small Jewish community of Pinneberg, a town near Hamburg. On the internet, the man, named as Harry S., called Seibert a “dirty Jew”, crossed out Seibert’s photo with red ink and wrote: “Be careful, Allah might punish you with death already in this world. That is not a threat from me, but from Allah the Almighty.” Harry S., a native German who converted to Islam and now calls himself Isa al-Khattab, also wrote on a webpage: “May Allah destroy the infidels.”
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Anti-Jewish Insanity in the Middle East Transcends All Previous Limits

Posted by avideditor on January 17, 2011

From Anti-Jewish Insanity in the Middle East Transcends All Previous Limits‏

After more than 30 years working professionally on Middle East history and politics, I can still be astonished by things that happen in the region. Yet, precisely as William Shakespeare wrote in his play about Cleopatra:

“Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale/Her infinite variety:”

Well, not exactly “infinite variety.” It’s just more of the same, to an infinite extreme. Who would have thought, say 20 year ago, that the Arabic-speaking world’s obsession with demonizing Jews might go even further than where it was at that time?For one thing, in the 1990s, history seemed to be moving toward moderation; for another thing, who could believe it could become even more intense.
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Frum: Why Democrats Recoil from Gaza

Posted by avideditor on January 8, 2009

I just received this in an email from the RJC  “We should all hope that President Obama can overcome the institutional flaws in his party-and the gaps in his own record-in order to sustain the U.S.-Israel friendship through the very great dangers ahead, writes David Frum. Barack Obama will be forming policy toward the Jewish state in a political environment where a Rasmussen poll conducted in the last week of 2008 found that 62 percent of Republicans backed Israel’s action in Gaza, while only 31 percent of Democrats did. Friends of Israel should find this worrying to say the least.” Read the whole article.

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An Anti-Semitic Nazi sign is now selling on T-shirts in Paris

Posted by avideditor on August 13, 2008

I found this disturbing news at Eye On the World. I hope European Jews make it out before it is too late.

Islamophobic T-shirts on sale in Paris

 

(France) Imagine the outcry from the Muslim world if T-shirts which bore the words “Muslims forbidden from entering the park” were on open sale in Jewish areas of France (never mind Golders Green in London). Why there would be riots, protests, a number of Western embassies would get burnt down, the odd num would get stabbed to death and the libbies would be up in arms (still haven’t seen any anti-Russian protests over Georgia yet?) over how racist the Jews are.

But here’s the catch. The scenario I depict has actually transpired, yet instead of “Muslims” insert “Jews”.

Yes, folks, in a trendy fashion store in Paris, which just happens to be situated smack bang in the middle of the Belleville district of Paris (better known for Islamic riots and car burning than for fashion), the hottest thing that is going out of the door is anti-Semitic T-shirts.


I just want to ask: Where is the liberal outrage?

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Jewish Internet Defense League takes down another anti-Semitic facebook group

Posted by avideditor on August 12, 2008

The heroes over at Jewish Internet Defense League took down another anti-Semitic Face book group. It looks like they need some funding to help defeat the cyber jihadis. It looks like they need some more funding. I highly recommend giving to this charity. The Jewish Internet defense league are the machabbees of our time IMHO. 

related stories

The Jewish Internet Defense Force are the Maccabees of our time G-d bless them

**UPDATE** A sad update form the JIDF site.

The JIDF has just learned that apparently Facebook GAVE THE GROUP BACK TO THEM (by re-enabling the old-admins account after it was originally disabled for promoting this type of hatred….hmmmmmmm….):

Maybe the JIDF can take down self hating jewish sites that promote future Hitlers like The National Jewish Democratic Council  I guess one can only dream.

Self Hating Jewish Council AKA National Jewish Democratic Council continues to lie and try to mislead the jewish people about Obama

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Olmert: Time for a change in personnel

Posted by avideditor on April 6, 2008

Olmert is a traitor to the Jewish people and the state of Israel. I think he should step down now. Anyone that is not stepping out of his coalition is spitting on the Torah and has blood on their hands, Shas I am looking at you. It is just sick what Olmert is doing to the State of Israel. Some people blame Rice but I blame Olmert. After hearing this story yesterday I find that Rice is just a pawn and Olmert is the true problem for Israel. He said someone asked Bush something like: Do you think the American President that causes policies to devide Jeruslem will be blessed or cursed? Bush said cursed and he is doing all he can to make sure Olmert doesn’t do that. I hope the Jerusalem post story bellow is wrong and Olmert loses his coalition or loses his ability to be the PM this week.

Politics: Time for a change in personnel: “Gil Hoffman
THE JERUSALEM POST
The Knesset’s winter session marched in like a lion and out like a lamb.

It began in October, amid speculation about whether Prime Minister Ehud Olmert would survive the impending release of the 629-page Winograd Report. It ended Wednesday, with a 117-second Olmert speech in which he thumbed his nose at the people who six months earlier were sure that they would oust him.

Now Olmert has six weeks free of any annoying no-confidence votes, sordid speeches and pesky parliamentary perfidy. But he is not free of politics. This week proved that even when US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice comes to town to talk peace, and Syrian President Bashar Assad drafts reserves to hint at war, the lead headlines in the Hebrew press and the general public discourse will still focus on whether there will be war or peace in internal Israeli politics.

Current and former defense ministers Ehud Barak and Amir Peretz dueled in Labor. Shlomo Benizri became the seventh MK convicted in Shas. Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter unleashed a fierce attack on the government’s diplomatic policies in Kadima. And everyone speculated about how long Olmert would be able to hold onto power in the face of last Friday’s Dahaf Institute poll, which found that 59 percent of Israelis considered him a failure, and which ranked him tied with Barak for last in the ratings of Israel’s best prime ministers.

The latest spin that emerged this week was that Olmert would initiate an election as early as next month, when US President George W. Bush comes to town to celebrate Israel’s 60th birthday. Rice reportedly told an Israeli leader on Sunday that she wanted the Israeli and Palestinian negotiating teams to reach a deal by then on a declaration of principles that Bush could announce during his visit.

Politicians speculated this week that Olmert could take that declaration and immediately initiate an election as soon as possible; during the campaign, he would use the deal as his diplomatic platform to try to win another four years in power.

Senior politicians in all three of the largest parties spoke this week about a ‘May surprise’ as a realistic scenario. The thinking behind such a move would be for Olmert to try to catch his rivals in Likud and Labor when they are down.

The only problems with this thinking are that it makes no political sense for an unpopular prime minister like Olmert to unnecessarily risk ending his political career; that no planning has been done by Olmert or his associates behind the scenes to prepare for such a move; and that Israel never holds elections in the summer.

The following are five more likely scenarios about when the next election will be held, their probability, and what circumstances could bring make them a reality:

• November 2008

Likud faction chairman Gideon Sa’ar has been pushing for months to hold the next general election on November 4, which coincidentally is the date of the American election, and not coincidentally is when Israelis will go to the polls to elect their mayors.

Combining the elections would save the country lots of money and could potentially strengthen the larger parties by encouraging a higher turnout. But it could also create headaches, because the party funding for the two kinds of races is handled differently, and because 17-year-olds are allowed to vote for mayors.

This scenario could come about if Barak decides he needs to initiate an election soon to save his credibility, or if Shas decides to repent by toppling the government over negotiations on Jerusalem that its leaders should know full-well are in fact taking place.

Probability: Low

• February/March 2009

Barak told his associates this week that he does not see himself taking any steps to leave the coalition until after the municipal elections, because government funds give the party an advantage. Shas also needs more time to finagle more funds for its pet causes and ensure that mentor Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s son becomes chief rabbi of Jerusalem.

November 4 is of course not only the date when people will go to the polls in Detroit, Dimona, Deganya and Denver. It is also D-day for the talks with the Palestinians that were initiated in Annapolis.

Olmert will do everything possible to reach a final-status agreement with the Palestinians by that deadline, to ensure his legacy and to give a parting gift to his close friend, US President George W. Bush.

He could then initiate an election 90 days later to run on that deal and try to win support from the entire center-left of the political map.

Probability: Very High

• May 2009

Same scenario as the last one, except that this time, Shas leaves the government when the Annapolis plan is unveiled, and Olmert manages to hang on for a while with a minority coalition, thanks to votes from Meretz and Arab MKs.

Holding on for another couple of months would allow the state budget to pass, and would accomplish an important goal for Olmert: He would last longer as prime minister than his rival, opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu.

Olmert has already passed Barak and Moshe Sharet in longevity. If he passes Netanyahu, he could try to make the case that he was not among Israel’s worst prime ministers.

Probability: Medium

• Fall 2009

No one in Israeli politics is seriously talking about
this possibility, in part because they cannot think so far in advance, and because they doubt that any government could last so long without an upheaval.

But this is the Middle East, where instability is a fact of life. Wars break out that have the power of persuading even Israelis to put politics aside for a while. This could delay an election that looked like it would have been in the spring to the fall.

Probability: Low

• November 2010

This is the actual date set by law for the next election. Olmert says all the time that this is when the next election will be held.

But it is doubtful that even Olmert believes that. Election dates in Israel haven’t been a sign of when an election will be held for decades.

It would take a miracle for Olmert, who hit a nadir of three percent in the polls after the Second Lebanon War, to finish out his term. And though miracles may happen in Jerusalem, they won’t for Olmert.

Probability: Extremely Low”

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

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