Wednesday, March 6, 2019

We Stand with Ilhan

We are Jews who stand with Representative Ilhan Omar. She has been falsely accused of anti-Semitism since tweeting that GOP threats against her and Representative Rashida Tlaib for criticizing Israel were “all about the Benjamins baby.” When asked to clarify who is paying members of Congress “to be pro-Israel,” Omar replied, “AIPAC!”

There is absolutely nothing anti-Semitic about calling out the noxious role of AIPAC (the American Israel Public Affairs Committee), which spends millions each year to buy U.S. political support for Israeli aggression and militarism against the Palestinian people. As the NYC chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace summed up: “Accurately describing how the Israel lobby works in this country is not anti-Semitic. The never-ending smear campaign against Ilhan Omar is racism and Islamophobia in action.”

8 comments:

Alan said...

The members of congress aren't supporting Israel because AIPAC gave them money! That's absurd! Most of them are open Jews, crypto Jews, or freemasons who completely believe in this international Jewish globalist movement, and they are all more than happy playing their roles. The world is, as the title of Zbigniew Brzezinski's book reads, a grand chessboard. America's role is to position themselves as fanatical supporters of Israel regardless of what Israel is doing, and how publicly exposed Israel are. This is a big part of how they are destroying the international reputation of the US. The relationship between Russia and Israel is just as close if not closer, just that this relationship isn't so well advertised in the Jewish international media. At the moment anti-Zionist political figures are portrayed like the victims of a completely dominant pro-Zionist establishment. This is how these anti-Zionist candidates are being built up. In the UK Jeremy Corbyn has benefited most from this tactic. It seems that Ilhan Omar is benefiting most in the US. What it really means regarding these characters is that the Jews have major roles for them in politics going forward.

Omar is the new centrefold for Jewish Voices for Peace. Have a look on their website and you'll find a page dedicated to "refugees welcome". https://jewishvoiceforpeace.org/refugees-welcome/ It's full of typically Jewish communist rhetoric. JVP is an example of the same Talmudic Jews running the anti-Israel movement. You'll notice that they don't oppose anything Jews are doing internationally other than the state of Israel.

Alan said...

1240 Jews can't be wrong about Omar! Hahaha

Bill Bolwell said...

There is an elephant in the room. It is called religions who run countries will have non-democractic tendencies, no matter what religion. Look at those countries and how they act.

zapoper said...

Jews control the elephant in the room.

Bill Bolwell said...

I do not want to live in a any place that says what religion or belief system I have to be whether it it be Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, vegan, Hindu, etc. Separate church (or belief system) from state (government).

spoonful said...

"The members of congress aren't supporting Israel because AIPAC gave them money! That's absurd!" In the off chance that you are sincere in your comment, I invite you to listen to what former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney has to say on the subject. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImFMcbF2MYY

Alan said...

Cynthia McKinney is another Jew-backed deceiver. Her father was also a politician brought to power by Jews. Have a look into their history. Cynthia McKinney still sits on the board of Jew-dominated institutions, like for instance the Russell Tribunal. http://www.russelltribunalonpalestine.com/en/about-rtop/jury

Bill Bolwell said...

The Talmud has the golden rule, like most religions evidently.

What is hateful to you, do not to your neighbor. That is the whole Torah; the rest is commentary. Go and study it.

[d’`alakh sani l’khaverkha la ta`avid. Zo hi kol hatora kulahh, v’idakh peirusha hu: zil g’mor]

(Noted elsewhere as tractate Shabbat 30a.) See also the Bible, Matthew 7:12.

Alt. Trans.: “What is hateful to thee, do not unto thy fellow; this is the whole law. All the rest is a commentary to this law; go and learn it.”

The Talmud (AD 200-500) Collection of Jewish rabbinical writings
Babylonian Talmud, Shabbat 31a (Rabbi Hillel)

(Noted elsewhere as tractate Shabbat 30a.) See also the Bible, Matthew 7:12. Alt. Trans.: "What is hateful to thee, do not unto thy fellow; this is the whole law. All the rest is a commentary to this law; go and learn it."