ed note–a nice, steaming cup of reality coffee to sip on for those lingering doubters concerning the aims and claims of Judaism and whether or not it is merely a tangential matter involving a small group of people craving a small slice of land along the eastern shores of the Mediterranean rather than a group of Messianic nutcases out for world domination and control.
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ed note–Now remember, despite the fact that this is prima efface evidence that indeed Jews as a group demand and get preferential treatment and PARTICULARLY when they run afoul of Gentile legal strictures, the very notion that such preferntial treatment exists is an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory and a ‘canard’. Please note the section highlighted in red where others from the black and hispanic communities only learn of the amnesty program AFTER it has become a fait accompli.
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A call to expel Jewish activists from Labour was greeted with cheers at a packed fringe meeting at the party’s conference in Brighton.
Members of the Jewish Labour Movement and Labour Friends of Israel were targeted at the meeting today, held by the Free Speech on Israel group, and chaired by leading Jewish anti-Zionist Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi.
Wimborne-Idrissi, who won a standing ovation on Monday morning when, speaking in the international debate, she told Conference: “There is no problem with Jews in the Labour Party”.
Keynote speaker at the meeting was Miko Peled, a Jerusalem-born anti-Zionist who lives in America. His book, The General’s Son, describes his change of heart from growing up in the family of one of Israel’s most decorated soldiers, General Matti Peled.
Today, sporting a large pink Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions badge, Miko Peled and his enthusiastic audience roamed through every anti-Israel trope in the canon, from…
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Valerie Plame Wilson, a former CIA agent and author, announced that she was resigning as board member of a prominent American foundation, after she came under fire for tweeting a link last week to an article that argued that American Jews were a driving force behind US wars.
Wilson had initially defended the piece, urging followers on Thursday to “put aside” any biases and read the article — titled “America’s Jews are driving America’s wars” — but then apologized profusely, saying she had “messed up” and had only “skimmed this piece.”
On Sunday, in a series of posts, she said she was resigning from the Ploughshares Fund.
“Actions have consequences, and while I have been honored to serve on the board of the Ploughshares Fund…to avoid detracting from their mission, I have resigned,” Wilson said in consecutive tweets.
“I take full responsibility for my thoughtless and hurtful actions, and there…
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