Wednesday, January 23, 2019

NY Times confirms American Jewish beliefs

Jewish NY Times editor Bari Weiss writes in behalf of Jewish-American leftist ideology:
The conspiracy theory of the Jew as the hypnotic conspirator, the duplicitous manipulator, the sinister puppeteer is one with ancient roots and a bloody history. In the New Testament, it is a small band of Jews who get Rome — then the greatest power in the world — to do their bidding by killing Christ. Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor, speaks to the Jews about Jesus in the book of John: “Take him yourselves and judge him according to your own law.” But the Jews punt the decision back to Pilate: “We are not permitted to put anyone to death.” And so Pilate does the deed on their behalf. In the book of Matthew, the implications of this manipulation are spelled out: “His blood is on us and our children,” the Jews say — a line that has been so historically destructive that even Mel Gibson cut it from his “Passion of the Christ.”
This is pretty crazy for Jews to be so preoccupied with blaming the Romans for killing Christ. Maybe hypnotism is not the right word, but Jews aggressively silence any narratives they don't like.
Those who call themselves anti-Zionists usually insist they are not anti-Semites. But I struggle to see what else to call an ideology that seeks to eradicate only one state in the world — the one that happens to be the Jewish one — while empathetically insisting on the rights of self-determination for every other minority. Israeli Jews, descended in equal parts from people displaced from Europe and the Islamic world, are barely 6.5 million of the world’s 7.7 billion people. What is it about them, exactly, that puts them beyond the pale?
This is where Jews are the world's biggest hypocrites. Whites are only about 10% of the world's population, but Jews are adamantly against self-determination for Whites.

Most White Christians accept Jewish self-determination in Israel, and even support it. But you never see any Jews like Weiss supporting White self-determination.
In the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump blamed “globalists” with names like Lloyd Blankfein and George Soros for America’s economic woes.
Weiss is a Trump hater who says it is anti-Semitic to oppose globalism.
The particular challenge in the case of Ms. Omar is that she is exactly the kind of politician a vast majority of American Jews, who overwhelmingly vote Democratic and who have long aligned themselves with liberal causes, want to celebrate: Here is a refugee, a mother, a Muslim and a woman of color — the first woman of color to represent Minnesota in Congress. It’s no wonder she has already landed on the cover of Time magazine and in front of Annie Leibowitz’s camera. Who wouldn’t want to cheer her on?

Indeed, her identity seems to have fogged the minds of some Jewish commentators, who have insisted that we ought not to criticize Ms. Omar and other people of color ...
Now this is really sick. Weiss here confirms the suspicions of the nastiest of the so-called anti-Semites. American Jews suffer from an emotional groupthink that leads them to be overwhelmingly anti-man, anti-White, and anti-Christian. If American Jews like Weiss have to choose between a White Christian man who supports Israel, or a non-White Moslem woman who wants to exterminate the Jews, then their hatred of White Christian men is so great that their instincts are to side with the Jew-hater.

No, I do not want to cheer on a Somali immigrant with such horrible beliefs. The woman never should have been allowed into the USA. Only Jews, Somalis, and misguided liberals would think that it was a good idea to let her in.

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