Wednesday, October 07, 2009

American Jews are progressive, secularist, pluralistic, tolerant and democratic, right? That’s what everyone keeps saying

But apparently not when it comes to their own tribal interests.

The latest American Jewish Committee survey of American Jewish opinion finds that 94% of U.S. Jews demand that the Palestinians recognize Israel as an officially Jewish state in any final peace agreement. (See question #12 at the link.)

So what? Plenty of Middle Eastern states officially identify themselves as “Islamic.” Why can’t the the Jewish state officially identify itself as Jewish?

Well, it can. But it can’t do that and simultaneously declare itself Western and democratic, and expect the U.S. to continue to routinely veto U.N. resolutions on its behalf, go to war to protect its interests, and underwrite its Jewish exceptionalist existence indefinitely (tiny Israel is already by far "the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. aid since World War II" according to think-tank WRMEA).

Or should I say, it shouldn’t have expected to receive such coddled treatment from pre-Zionized America, back when the U.S. still attempted to stay true to its founding political ideals. In today’s America, there are no ideals left other than money worship on the Right, and Leviathan worship on the Left, so I guess anything goes.

After all, America itself has already become a Jewish exceptionalist country by fiat of its Isreal lobby-engineered, decades-long unconditional support for Zionist Israel completely divorced from the maintenance of any political or human rights standards for minorities or the occupied people at its mercy.

Why, next the federal government will open departments in the U.S. specifically oriented towards enforcing Zionist and Jewish exceptionalism domestically.

Whoops, looks like it's already happened. The State Department has established the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, which “develops and implements policies and projects to support efforts to combat anti-Semitism,” and does so “both in the U.S. and internationally.”

Christian scholar Ted Pike asks: "Are you an unintentional anti-Semite? The US State Department’s “Office of Global Anti-Semitism” warns not just of conscious, intentional anti-Semitism but of another lurking form of potential bigotry: unintentional anti-Semitism. According to our government, this consists of criticisms of Israel which, though true, might be manipulated by others to Israel ’s detriment. To avoid assisting Israel ’s enemies, the state department recommends that every comment about Israel (including its leaders and military) first be scrutinized for whether it could put Israel in a bad light. If so, it shouldn’t be said. Only then can we consider ourselves both consciously and unconsciously free from anti-Semitism."

Can anyone imagine a U.S. federal office of anti-Christianism, or anti-Islamicism? Under such a scenario, large factions within the federal government would have to investigate, indict, arrest, and imprison themselves (not to mention the legions of Jewish groups systematically working towards the construction of monolithic anti-Christian and anti-Islamic racism in America).

I guess in Zionized America, all animals are created equal, but some are more equal than others…

-- By Chris Moore

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