Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Western-contrary Jewish states, Sunni states, Islamic states, all mooching off of American taxpayers...time to cut the lot of them loose?

Weiner said Egypt will be an Islamic state, and Israel will be a Jewish one

(Mondoweiss) -- by Ali Gharib --

More reaction to last Thursday night's debate between Brooklyn congressman Anthony Weiner and former Washington State congressman Brian Baird at the New School, moderated by Roger Cohen.

I just transcribed this piece of one of Weiner's responses. It's begging to be unpacked, a very interesting train of thought from Weiner about the first amendment and the Jewish State, after Baird expressed concern about the intolerant discourse in Israel.
Weiner: I do see discussions and debate and votes in the Knesset, in the democratically elected legislature of Israel. I do see good ideas and I see crazy ideas. But when my friend Brian Baird describes the first amendment; it's a Jewish state. It's a Jewish state. That's what it was created to be, and it has a right to be a Jewish state, just like in Egypt it's going to be an Islamic State. That is -- [jeers]

Oh no? Oh, it's not going to be? In Egypt? Really? Okay. how about this. I apolo-- Lemme stipulate. Lemme stipulate that it probably will be. The idea of a first amendment, it shows a little bit of a blind spot. It's not going to be--

Cohen: What do you mean by an Islamic state?

Weiner: I imagine that it's going to have many of the precepts of Islam, and that's going to be the prevailing religion. It's not? I mean, you were there. I'd be certainly surprised if the Coptic Christians emerged as a Coptic Christian state. But the idea, somehow, that Israel is not a Jewish state is part of the problem here. Some people believe that it shouldn't be. They have their right, but it is. And it's going to be.
Imagine a Likudnik making a statement like this about the Islamic Republic of Iran: But the idea, somehow, that Iran is not an Islamic state is part of the problem here. Some people believe that it shouldn't be. They have their right, but it is. And it's going to be...MORE...LINK

Chris Moore comments:

Typical Jewish-supremacist double standards: the Jews are entitled to their own ethno-religous state, but no one else is. (Iran, for instance, or any Western state that wanted to set itself up as White-ethno-Christian).

This goes to messianic Judaism, which believes that Jews should rule the world, and Jewish (supremacist) law should prevail over the entirety of mankind:
"The mashiach [Jewish messiah] will bring about the political and spiritual redemption of the Jewish people by bringing us back to Israel and restoring Jerusalem (Isaiah 11:11-12; Jeremiah 23:8; 30:3; Hosea 3:4-5). He will establish a government in Israel that will be the center of all world government, both for Jews and gentiles (Isaiah 2:2-4; 11:10; 42:1). He will rebuild the Temple and re-establish its worship (Jeremiah 33:18). He will restore the religious court system of Israel and establish Jewish law as the law of the land (Jeremiah 33:15)." -- From "Mashiach: The Messiah", Judaism 101
The world has seen how messianic Judeofascism would rule mankind through Jewish Zionism's treatment of the Palestinians and other Levant dwellers under its control or hegemony, through Judeofascist neoconservatism's treatment of the Iraqis and other Middle Easterners, and prior to all that, through Judeofascist Bolshevism's murderous treatment of Christians under it's control in the Soviet sphere.

Messianic Judaism is either a death sentence, or sentence to slavery or subjugation for all non-Jews unwilling to sell their souls, which is why the world increasingly wants nothing to do with the malignant Judeofascists, or their soulless, evil goy collaborators.

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