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Monday, September 07, 2015

The Democrats' defense priority

I don't know about you, but I doubt the average American will be much reassured by the idea that the "leaders" responsible for national defense are inclined to burst into tears or that the security of another nation appears to be their primary concern:
The head of the Democratic Party, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., choked up while discussing her "gut wrenching" decision to vote in favor of the Iran nuclear deal.

"There's nothing that's more important to me, as a Jew, than to ensure Israel's existence is there throughout our generations," she said Sunday, choking back tears. Wasserman Schultz announced her vote for the deal, which will ease economic sanctions in return for Iran scaling back its nuclear program, on CNN's "State of the Union" and in an op-ed for the Miami Herald.

Holding back tears, Wasserman Schultz said that in her op-ed, she talks about her "Jewish heart and how important this [decision] was to me ... as a Jewish mother."

"In weighing everything, all the information, I've concluded the best thing to do is vote in support of the Iran deal and put Iran years away from being a nuclear state," she said. The Obama administration secured enough votes this week to ensure the deal will survive efforts to kill it.

In making her decision, Wasserman Schultz met with President Obama, Vice President Biden, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, Secretary of State John Kerry and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, as well as dozens of intelligence experts. She has been to the Situation Room twenty times in the past two years, she said, and has personally verified with the Obama administration that Iran will have to allow inspectors in to verify that it is scaling back its nuclear capacity and cannot self-inspect.

Wasserman Schultz said there are "a number of things" in the deal that gave her "angst and pause" and made her decision to vote in favor of it very difficult.

"I worry that the vigilance over the life of deal may wane ... that complacency could set in," she said. "I worry that the additional resources, no matter how little ... Iran could divert to terrorist activity that could cause harm to Jews and others around the world. I worry that we have to make sure that the monitoring is really as gap-free as possible."

Despite her discomfiture with the deal, Wasserman Schultz said she is "confident" that she made the right choice.

"I am confident that the process I have gone through to reach this decision is one that will ensure that Israel will be there forever," she said.
Being pro-Zionist, I, for one, am pleased to know that Israel's safety and security is important to American political leaders. I merely regret that America's safety and security are observably such a trivial matter as far as they are concerned.

 To be fair, Ms Wasserman Schultz did mention in passing that she believes "fervently in protecting America's national security interests", they just don't happen to be as important, or as emotionally moving, to her as ensuring "Israel's existence is there throughout our generation".

It would certainly be nice if America's political leaders cared even one-half as much about America's borders as they do about Israel's.

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Anonymous Lawyer Guy September 07, 2015 8:16 AM  

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America,

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.


***

He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harrass our people, and eat out their substance.

***

He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of Israel, the merciless Conniving Jew, whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.

***

In every stage of these Oppressions We have Petitioned for Redress in the most humble terms: Our repeated Petitions have been answered only by repeated injury. A Prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 8:45 AM  

Democratic Party, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla. is at least in this respect a good person. She's loyal to her own race, and passionate about it. That's admirable.

On the count of loyalty, she could even be qualified to be a Prime Minister of Israel, though of course since Israel is the Jewish State, that would be for Jews to decide.

Blogger Salt September 07, 2015 8:54 AM  

Such an impassioned vote. Why, one would think she'd have moved there already.

Anonymous DJF September 07, 2015 8:55 AM  

Some people say that Israel is the 51st State. No, its not a mere State, it’s the Capitol of the USA. Washington DC is merely where they keep the Goyim bureaucracy.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan September 07, 2015 9:09 AM  

I for one am pleased with her devotion to blood and soil, and I say that as a zionist supporter. I am also pleased that the light of nations is showing the way into the era of identity politics for all. And I also wish for a much better class of anti semite, good lord are they trivial

Blogger Dexter September 07, 2015 9:15 AM  

The amazing thing to me is that an American Jew thinks the deal is good for Israel. For some reason believing and advocating such an obvious falsehood is more important to her than Israel...

Anonymous zen0 September 07, 2015 9:34 AM  

@4 DJF

> Some people say that Israel is the 51st State. No, its not a mere State, it’s the Capitol of the USA

So following your scenario, Israel is in fact FOR the Iran Deal put publicly denounce the Iran Deal so we don't get wise.

Clever, devious bastards.

Blogger Eric September 07, 2015 9:39 AM  

"There's nothing that's more important to me, as a Jew, than to ensure Israel's existence is there throughout our generations," she said Sunday, ...

Apparently, her dedication to the false narrative to the leftist party in power is more important, clearly. There is no possible way this 'deal' makes Israel safer.

Anonymous Transitory zen0 September 07, 2015 9:39 AM  

@4 DJF

> Some people say that Israel is the 51st State. No, its not a mere State, it’s the Capitol of the USA

So following your scenario, Israel is in fact FOR the Iran Deal, but publicly denounce the Iran Deal so we don't get wise.

Clever, devious bastards.

Anonymous Quartermaster September 07, 2015 10:01 AM  

Wasserman is an idiot. If she had any real attachment to Israel, she would have voted against the rotten deal. She thinks as little of Israel's security as she does ours. She's a standard leftist "Jew."

Anonymous Michael of Charlotte September 07, 2015 10:04 AM  

It is amusing watching the American Jews tell us how much this deal will make Israel safer while watching Israeli Jews tell us the exact opposite.

Blogger Chris Mallory September 07, 2015 10:08 AM  

What does it matter if the deal is good for Israel? What is "good for Israel" is no business of the US government or responsibility of the US taxpayer. The deal is good for the US. It opens trade and brings more oil onto the world market. Cheap oil is better for the US than oil at $400 a barrel that a war would bring.

Another thing that would be good for the US and the average American citizen would be a complete end to all aid to Israel. We get no benefit from the billions in welfare we ship to Tel Aviv.

Anonymous Anonymous September 07, 2015 10:12 AM  

And Israel is building another wall too. I wonder why?

- Bricky

Blogger justaguy September 07, 2015 10:18 AM  

Without getting into any conspiracy theories, can someone above who is positing support for Israel in THIS CASE--the Iran agreement, is against American interests, explain succinctly why acquiescing to a nuclear escalation in a very volatile region is a good thing?

The region has had a series of utterly inept Western policies since at least the 1950's and Western waning influence means little now. The Middle East is already in a widespread war and now seems to be heading irreversibly to a more violent series of wars. Is it in our interest to be on the same side as Iran? Can we be neutral or should we be?

I actually haven't put much thought into what now at this point would be a sane US policy toward a region that hasn't modernized and seems to still be in a series of wars akin to Europe's 1500s and 1600s. My best quick guess is that the direction the region is heading is actually in the US interest , but only if we can stay out. Anything that makes Russia and our resources more valuable is a good thing.

Anonymous Achilles September 07, 2015 10:20 AM  

I understand the tears. She voted to let Israel sizzle. She betrayed the Israeli people. Not surprising. She's been betraying the American people for decades.

Blogger Doom September 07, 2015 10:21 AM  

I am trying to think back to when America, or her security on any front, from borders to national interest, to simple security of peasants... I mean civilians. Reagan sort of seemed interested. Though, from what I have seen, Republicans are mostly interested in business interests, now much more into crony than standard capitalism. They finally realized, once they were allowed to legally engorge themselves through insider trading, that government choosing winners and losers made it much more profitable to be crony. Still, they are business, of a socialist nature at this point.

Democrats have never cared for American security or welfare. When they lost the Civil War, their whole motive has been revenge. It's blind and insane, at this point, even outlawing the flag they used to wave. When some significant portion of a government is out to gut the nation, I just don't think it can work.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 10:22 AM  

Working out what is best for Jews is a problem for Jews, not whites.

Why would intelligent, highly ethnocentric Jews think whites were the experts on survival? We're not acting like it, or thinking like it, are we?

Whites are being g-worded by a ruling class within which Jews are "us" but whites, unless specially qualified by anti-white opinions and either wealth or power, are a disliked "them".

When whites who live under this system see that Jews are loyal to Jews and not to whites, these whites commence to wondering whether these Jews who rule over whites are doing a good enough job of protecting Israel.

If we would really learn from how the smarter people do it, and care for our own race with passion, then we might have opinions worth respecting.

Blogger Michael Maier September 07, 2015 10:31 AM  

Muslims are craven jackals and will not nuke Israel. If they did, Mecca would immediately follow.

Though I am starting to think both would be a good thing.

Blogger Student in Blue September 07, 2015 10:36 AM  

If they did, Mecca would immediately follow.

Which religion is infamous for suicide bombers again?

Blogger Jourdan September 07, 2015 10:36 AM  

I was born of an Irish mother and hold Irish citizenship as well as U.S. So, a mental exercise: if I were a Member of Congress and Ireland was under threat, how would I act with regard to Irish matters?

The only honorable answer I can give is that I would recuse myself from matters touching upon Ireland's security or--if the matter came up repeatedly--I would find myself unable to perform a Congressman's job due to who I am and where I am from.

What strikes me about the Jewish folks in Washington--and this is a horrible town filled with horrible people, so this is not much different than non-Jewish folks here--is that rather than seem upset by such issues, they rush to get positions of influence over matters in which they simply cannot be neutral. It's not a question of "dual loyalty," it's a question of human nature: how can one dispassionately weigh this matter when it touches upon one's people's ancient homeland?

Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 10:46 AM  

I don't believe that the Jewish members of Congress--or the Fed, IMF, TLC, or any other power group--have ever been very interested in preserving the State of Israel (which isn't the same as the Jewish people). Like every other member of all of those groups, no matter what their ethnic or religious persuasion, they are primarily interested in the furthering and preservation of their own power and wealth. I interpret everything they do through that lens. Follow the strings; follow the money.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 10:49 AM  

12. Achilles: "I understand the tears. She voted to let Israel sizzle. She betrayed the Israeli people. Not surprising. She's been betraying the American people for decades."

You think you understand her, but why?

Jews have a different temperament and a much more ethnocentric and collectivist religion and culture, compared to whites. Jews take care of Jewish interests much better than whites take care of white interests; they have an explicit and much stronger sense of collective identity, they exhibit more aggression to their out-groups, and they fight harder as well as smarter.

Whites are poorly qualified to understand Jews. Historically, whites have underestimated Jews, who have repeatedly attained positions of power, influence and wealth vastly disproportionate to their numbers. That is in white nations; in Jewish collectives such as Israel, whites are excluded or insignificant. So how can it be that they rule and we are ruled (to our very great hurt), but we are the insightful ones?

If a white sees a powerful Jewess weeping with passion as she talks about doing what is best for her true nation, Israel, and the white assumes he knows what that is, and that she is betraying her people, that looks to me like projection based on what whites too often do.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 10:54 AM  

@18. jay c: "I don't believe that the Jewish members of Congress--or the Fed, IMF, TLC, or any other power group--have ever been very interested in preserving the State of Israel (which isn't the same as the Jewish people)."

I doubt very much that whites in such positions of power are fighting for the best interests of their race.

Jews, those brilliant, indomitable people, are better than that.

Blogger Dexter September 07, 2015 10:58 AM  

Muslims are craven jackals and will not nuke Israel. If they did, Mecca would immediately follow.

The Iranians would be so sad if the Saudis (as well as the Arab residents of Israel) had to take one for the team...

Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 11:15 AM  

@20 "I doubt very much that whites in such positions of power are fighting for the best interests of their race."

I doubt that either Jews or whites in positions of power are fighting for the best interests of their race. Powerful Jews might place a slightly higher priority on preserving or promoting other Jews, but much like everyone else, they are out for themselves first and foremost.

Anonymous Godfrey September 07, 2015 11:23 AM  

Why are the Jews the only people allowed to have a state of there own? While the borders of everybody are required to be wide open.

Blogger RCR_Chris September 07, 2015 11:26 AM  

Suicide bombing never damages, destroys, or even threaten their holy sites.

Blogger RCR_Chris September 07, 2015 11:28 AM  

Suicide bombing never damages, destroys, or even threaten their holy sites.

Anonymous LES September 07, 2015 11:31 AM  

I understand Zionism and the desire of all people to be governed by their own race, ethnicity, religion, etc.

Israel is an expansionist country. How much more land are they intending to take from the people of the neighboring countries? Does Israel intend to expand "from the river in Egypt to the Euphrates River (in Iraq)?" Genesis 15:18 If not, why not?

Perhaps causing the wars in the Middle East to cause refugees to leave was the plan all along.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 11:31 AM  

But everyone is not the same; neither are all groups the same.

Some are smarter and some are less smart, some are more aggressive and some are less aggressive, some are more intense and some are less intense, some are more ethnocentric and some are less ethnocentric, and some are more collectivist and some are less collectivist.

"Each man stands (or more likely flees) for himself above all" is not a universal constant.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 11:33 AM  

23. Godfrey: "Why are the Jews the only people allowed to have a state of there own? While the borders of everybody are required to be wide open."

Who does the allowing and the forbidding?

Blogger Lovekraft September 07, 2015 11:34 AM  

except for maybe a 300 flaming gay dude, I can't think of anyone who would represent the opposite of everything I am than this Wasserman-Shultz.

I actually think I would break out in hives were I to be within 20 feet of her.

Anonymous Samuel Scott September 07, 2015 11:36 AM  

LES,

Israel is an expansionist country.

Israel gave the Sinai back to Egypt after defensively taking it after being invaded by Egypt during the Six Day War. Now, ISIS is in Sinai and causing trouble for both Israel and Egypt.

Israel left southern Lebanon after staying there as a security buffer. Now, Hizbollah has -- and probably will again -- rained thousands of missiles onto northern Israel.

Israel defensively took the part of Jordan called the West Bank after Jordan invaded during the Six Day War. Later, Israel offered to give the territory back. Jordan declined and took away the Jordanian citizenship of many the Arab residents of the area.

Israel left the Gaza Strip -- which it had also taken defensively from Egypt -- and now Hamas rains rockets down on Israel.

Yes, Israel is clearly expansionist.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 11:41 AM  

26. LES: "I understand Zionism and the desire of all people to be governed by their own race, ethnicity, religion, etc."

What a natural and harmonious thing that is!

Anonymous LES September 07, 2015 11:44 AM  

President Eisenhower forced Israel to give back the Sinai to Egypt.

Israeli leaders are on record as saying they intend to expand Israel's borders from "the river in Egypt to the Euphrates River."

Until Israel defines its borders I will continue to believe that is their goal.


Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 11:45 AM  

@30 "Yes, Israel is clearly expansionist."

Israel has been taking land and then giving it right back again for 60 years. I suspect that if they really wanted to take Syria, Lebanon, or Jordan, they could have taken it by now.

Blogger JaimeInTexas September 07, 2015 11:48 AM  

Do you know who/where suicide began?

Blogger Dan in Tx September 07, 2015 11:55 AM  

Israel for Jews.
Africa for Africans.
Moslem countries for Moslems.
White countries for everyone. And which ethnic group disproportionately runs white countries again? It never ceases to amaze me how naive white goys think they have some shared interest with Jews.

Blogger Tommy Hass September 07, 2015 12:00 PM  

Sometimes I fail to understand if Vox is trolling.

I understand the idea of being a "Zionist" as in, "believing that Jews, like others, should have their own nation rather than poluting the airwaves of other nations". By that definition, even I am a Zionist.

Now I hear that he is pleased by the fact that America gives a shit about, I quote, "that shitty little country".

WHY? They're not even Christian.

Blogger Tommy Hass September 07, 2015 12:01 PM  

Btw I was quoting not Vox, but that French diplomat who coined this immortal phrase.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 12:05 PM  

Tommy Hass, don't do that. That quote is not from Vox Day. The way you used it might lead someone who dropped by here to think that he said or seconded that, which he did not.

Blogger JaimeInTexas September 07, 2015 12:06 PM  

Israel lays claim to a specific area and, currently, it is yrying to expand into those areas. Sinai, for example, is not part of Israel's expansion plan.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 12:08 PM  

OK.

Again, Vox Day did not say that, and he didn't endorse it either.

It's good that you corrected.

Blogger JaimeInTexas September 07, 2015 12:09 PM  

Suicide bombings, that is.

Anonymous LES September 07, 2015 12:12 PM  

@39 OK, please be specific about the specific area Israel lays claim to.

Is it from "the river in Egypt to the Euphrates River?" (Genesis 15:18)

If not, why not?

Blogger JaimeInTexas September 07, 2015 12:13 PM  

Israel preemptively bombed and invaded Egypt in '67.

Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 12:14 PM  

@41 "Suicide bombings..."

Ignaty Grinevitsky, a Pole if I'm not mistaken, is generally credited with being the first effective suicide bomber.

Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 12:17 PM  

@42 Is it from "the river in Egypt to the Euphrates River?" (Genesis 15:18)

If not, why not?


I believe most Orthodox and Hassidim believe that the expansion of Israel (or even the existence of a State of Israel) to those borders should be left for Messiah.

Anonymous LES September 07, 2015 12:20 PM  

@45 That is why Orthodox and Hassidim are not Zionists.

Also, they are not Zionist Israel's policy makers.

Anonymous Eric the Red September 07, 2015 12:29 PM  

This vignette epitomizes the quintessential issue that always seems to rear its ugly head... there is a large contingent of Jews in the upper echelons of Western societies who seem hell-bent on destroying said societies. No matter how much we try to shy away from this conclusion, inevitably a new example appears.

Hitler was wrong, of course. He and his final solution were monstrous. But if instead he had instructed Rommel to capture the Levant from Syria down through Egypt, then forcibly migrated all Jews to a new homeland where they could be allowed to thrive under limited self-rule albeit contained, watched, and kept in check, he might have even ended up with a humane, workable alternative.

As it stands now, we have yet another blatant example of a Jewish quisling undermining yet one more foundation of Western Civilization.

Anonymous Paynim Pussy September 07, 2015 12:32 PM  

Sometimes I fail to understand if Vox is trolling.

I understand the idea of being a "Zionist" as in, "believing that Jews, like others, should have their own nation rather than poluting the airwaves of other nations". By that definition, even I am a Zionist.

Now I hear that he is pleased by the fact that America gives a shit about, I quote, "that shitty little country".

WHY? They're not even Christian.


Allahu Akbar and Jeff!

Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 12:35 PM  

I am a Zionist and have a soft spot for the Jewish people, but my geopolitical priorities are Texas, the USA, then the nation of Israel, in that order.

I would be just fine with outlawing dual citizenship and barring Jews & Muslims from holding political office in the USA. I think that would be in everyone's best interest, including Jews & Muslims, but more importantly, it would be in the best interests of Americans.

Anonymous George of the Jungle September 07, 2015 12:37 PM  

@1
Why not form official Committees of Petition? By itself they would elicit no change, but they could lay the formal groundwork for ramping up into the next stage of resistance, a la 1776 or thereabouts.

Anonymous LES September 07, 2015 12:42 PM  

Are Jews Superior People?

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 12:46 PM  

@49. jay c: "I am a Zionist and have a soft spot for the Jewish people, but my geopolitical priorities are Texas, the USA, then the nation of Israel, in that order."

Why should the third slot not go to New Zealand, whose inhabitants are probably more related to you?

Or England, or Sweden, or Greece, or France, or Poland, or Russia, or Latvia, etcetera?

Blogger Chris Mallory September 07, 2015 1:00 PM  

"after defensively taking it after being invaded by Egypt during the Six Day War."

Israel invaded Egypt, not the other way around. That was after the Israelis launched a massive air campaign against Egypt.

The Israeli cries out in pain while he is hitting you in the face.

Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 1:02 PM  

@52. I don't always, but this time I chose my words carefully. I wish all of those countries/nations well, and I certainly hold them higher than Syria or Iraq, but I have no part in them.

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 1:15 PM  

@54. jay c: "I don't always, but this time I chose my words carefully. I wish all of those countries/nations well, and I certainly hold them higher than Syria or Iraq, but I have no part in them."

I do.

My question is: why don't you?

Was I wrong in guessing that the people of these nations were related to you, as they are related to me?

If you are highly related to Israelis but not to Estonians, that would make sense.

Anonymous Discard September 07, 2015 1:48 PM  

53. Chris Mallory: In 1967, Egypt blockaded the Straits of Tiran, stopping all ships headed to the Israeli port of Eilat. A blockade is an act of war. Egypt struck first, and Israel hit them back harder.

My views on Jews are what is generally called "anti-Semitic", but facts are facts.

Blogger VD September 07, 2015 2:01 PM  

WHY? They're not even Christian.

They're a) not Muslim, and b) not invading Europe.

Blogger Dave W. (#0257) September 07, 2015 2:36 PM  

Wasserman-Schultz is nuttier than squirrel crap. I work in her district and had the misfortune of meeting her once when she was given a tour of my workplace. Talk about crazy eyes.

Blogger maniacprovost September 07, 2015 2:53 PM  

Are Jews Superior People?

Clearly, you've never actually met a Jew.

I have no problem with disproportionate representation of Jews in the plutocratic ruling elite. Not all of them are parasites. And Nepotism has its silver linings.

Blogger Floyd Looney September 07, 2015 3:04 PM  

I wouldn't be surprised to find out that US taxpayers helped fund Mexico's southern border wall.

Blogger Floyd Looney September 07, 2015 3:07 PM  

American leaders have just assured that Iran will get nukes and we're paying for them. I don't think I would say that is in Israel's best interests.

Blogger jay c September 07, 2015 3:16 PM  

@55 I do.

My question is: why don't you?

Was I wrong in guessing that the people of these nations were related to you, as they are related to me?

If you are highly related to Israelis but not to Estonians, that would make sense.


My ancestry is German-English-Scots-Irish, but that's not what I meant by "I have no part in them."

I (we) have been grafted into the Nation of Israel and, according to Ezekiel, if I live long enough to see Jesus return, I will have an inheritance within the expanded borders of the Messianic Kingdom of Israel. I put the "Nation of Israel" third and not first because until Jesus returns it remains a spiritual kingdom and only a promise of a geopolitical entity. If the Messiah were reigning personally from Jerusalem today, then my priorities would shift dramatically. I am a subject of the King of Israel & Judah. One day I could be a resident and citizen of the Kingdom of Israel in the Land of Israel. I'm curious to see what that will be like, but I don't expect it to be this year or even this decade.

The Jews will be part of that Kingdom because God promised to restore them to His affections and to the Land. Whether it will be in this iteration or some future iteration of the return of the Jews to the Land, at some point, they will repent from their apostasy and God will forgive them. I see the State of Israel as the future Kingdom of Israel in embryonic form. They are the instrument through which the future "mixed multitude" (including many "Jews" who aren't genetically descended from Jacob or who are only descended through their mothers) are given an inheritance.

I have no part in England or Germany despite my genetic inheritance from those peoples because I am not a citizen of either state and neither own nor stand to inherit any property within their borders, current or future. I support them. I pray for their continued prosperity and integrity. But I am a citizen of Texas, not Germany.

(Yes, I am aware of the various alternative interpretations of the numerous prophecies concerning the restoration of physical Israel to the physical land. However, I suspect Vox would consider it too far OT, and I'm not interested enough in the debate to pursue it.)

Anonymous Whitey McWhite September 07, 2015 3:31 PM  

@62. jay c...

Ah.

I try not to tell Christians what their religion is, and you would certainly be the expert on your own beliefs, so I'm done.

Blogger Jew613 September 07, 2015 4:03 PM  

LES, most Orthodox Jews and some Hasidim such as Chabad are Zionist though the extent varies. Some such as Satmar are not though that is a religious disagreement and they are still our brethren.

Blogger Dan in Tx September 07, 2015 4:05 PM  

Jay C......... man, ugh never mind.

Blogger rcocean September 07, 2015 4:18 PM  

Yes, its amazing how emotional Jewish Congressman and Pundits will get over Israel as opposed to something just involving the USA.

Blogger Chris Mallory September 07, 2015 5:10 PM  

@53

So Israel is committing acts of war in it's blockade of Gaza? Do you consider sanctions that are effectively blockades to be acts of war? Such as the sanctions on Iraq during the 1990s and the current sanctions on Iran?

But no matter, the comment I was referring to, said "after being invaded by Egypt". Is a blockade in your mind the same thing as an invasion? Do you often confuse the two terms?

Anonymous Jeffrey Quick September 07, 2015 6:15 PM  

I’m glad for Washerwoman Schultz’ Jewish heart. Now, if she only had a Jewish mind to go with it...

Anonymous Jim Milo September 07, 2015 7:35 PM  

DWS is an idiot, if only for her position on the prohibition of canna bosem.

Anonymous Jim Milo September 07, 2015 7:48 PM  

@17 Peter King had no problem supporting the provos.

As a mostly Irish mutt, I grok the Jewish loyalty, but I have little use for the old country, and the Irish mob isn't as powerful as it once was. That's why I laugh a lot reading /pol/ - a lot of the same greivances the edgelords say about Jews apply to 'my people' too.

Blogger ray September 07, 2015 8:29 PM  

"It would certainly be nice if America's political leaders cared even one-half as much about America's borders as they do about Israel's."


You are dreaming. At best. And Witch Wasserman is lying. Her 'tears' are as fake as her patriotism. As fake as Jenner's tits. One look at Debbie's skank face tells the vile story.

Aren't you the people who keep assuring me that SJWs always lie? But not this time eh? Hm lol

Debs is Poster Girl for the Synagogue of Satan, U.S. branch. She's a screeching, psychotic NWO feminist/commie, and the only nation she hates more than the U.S. is Israel. Not new improved secular/godless Israel, of course. She loves that. What she hates in traditional Israel, its God, its leader (Christ) and its prophets. Trotting her out as an advocate for Israel is ludicrous. The only people buying are the ones who demand to be sold.

Witch Wasserman belongs to the long line of feminist/commie 'Jews' who have helped destroy every Godly and good aspect of America over the past half-century. By pretending she represents Judaism, she and her fellow-travellers provided vast ammunition for the Joo-hating forces now gathering across the planet.

So, naturally, she is placed in political power in New Tranceformed Amerika! As a voice of 'reason' who 'speaks up for Israel'.

It's hard to imagine, but Debbie Wasserman Schultz perhaps is even more disgusting than Barry, Mooch, Hitlery, and the usual gang. With whom she is extremely chummy, btw.

They'll have to dig a new level in hell for Deb and the Crew.

Anonymous Sheila September 07, 2015 8:52 PM  

@62 jayc - I have a friend (wonderful, warm, funny, devout Christian from West Virginia) who shares your beliefs. Whereas I (genetically Jewish, culturally White European, politically alt/right, religiously Christian) am always telling her she oughtn't to feel that way. She may love the Jews, but the Jews don't love her (and don't deserve her affection or respect). I'm getting nowhere, but I'm not giving up.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (whom one now defunct blogger used to refer to as "Whatsinherhair Shits) is a vile creature. She's truly as fugly on the inside as she is on the outside. Other than by accident of birth, there's nothing American about her.

Anonymous DeepThought September 07, 2015 9:47 PM  

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/09/07/exclusive-displaced-cast-member-how-disney-replaced-me-other-americans-with-cheap-foreigners-on-h1b-visas/

Anonymous Discard September 07, 2015 11:23 PM  

67. Chris Mallory: I don't pay much attention to Israel and Palestine and their ongoing war, so I don't know what their current tactics are. Blockades, rocket attacks, air strikes, terrorist bombs, it's all just somebody else's war to me.

I wasn't responding to "after being invaded by Egypt", an incorrect statement by 30. Samuel Scott, but to your comment "The Israeli cries out in pain as he is hitting you in the face". In 1967, Israel was the threatened party, not the aggressor. Egypt blockaded their port, and Syria was shelling Israel's northern farms from the Golan Heights. Those are legitimate reasons to attack.

Blogger ray September 08, 2015 12:30 AM  

LES -- "Does Israel intend to expand "from the river in Egypt to the Euphrates River (in Iraq)?" Genesis 15:18 If not, why not?"


Hadn't heard this as State of Israel policy. Doubt they're planning it.

But you ask a great question, and I couldn't agree with you more, why not indeed?

LES is more! :O)

First you'd need an Israel that wasn't half secular, mammonic, talmudic, and/or outright babylonian. You'd need Christ's Israel basically, not some rebellious modern polity. Then your plan could go forward, with inheritances as described by Ezekiel.

After that, heck, sky's the limit. Thanks again for the support.

Anonymous BGS September 08, 2015 9:51 AM  

Ms Wasserman Schultz did mention in passing that she believes "fervently in protecting America's national security interests",

Yes she believes it is most important that white goyim be a minority in white nations.

Some people say that Israel is the 51st State. No, its not a mere State, it’s the Capitol of the USA.

8 billion a year in aid goes to it, with some coming back to bribe politicians.

If we would really learn from how the smarter people do it, and care for our own race with passion

They are not smarter they are doing the same scams ever since Martin Luther wrote his book about them.

Israel preemptively bombed and invaded Egypt in '67.

"The Lavon affair and the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty where attempts to get the US to go to war with Egypt my love"

They're a) not Muslim, and b) not invading Europe.

Just like before the inquisition jews are instrumental in moslems invading.

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