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Posted 6/27/2017 6:06 AM


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The Antifa (short for "anti-fascist") protesters on the far-left are anti-Trump, anti-Republican, and largely anti-American.

And despite their name, they're also anti-Semitic!

The "Fascist" ideology began in Benito Mussolini's Italy, a dozen years before Adolf Hitler rose to power in Germany! Fascist political-tactics included disrupting opposition rallies, censorship, and illegal activities like blocking highways, both of which have been adopted by Antifa & the #BlackLivesMatter protest movements.

But anti-Semitism? Have they REALLY adopted that specific hatred, so dear to Hitler's own heart? Charles Lipson posted the following today on the RealClearPolitics.com web-site:

Fancy Names for Left-Wing Anti-Semitism

It was a Chicago weekend filled with gay pride events, with friends and families cheering on the marchers. But a dark cloud loomed over one event. When some lesbians showed up at the “Dyke March” with banners that included a Star of David, they were booted out.
The Jewish symbol “made us feel unsafe,” the organizers said.

As the blues-rock singer Delbert McClinton once wrote, “If you can’t lie no better than that, you might as well tell the truth.”

Noxious in its own right, this incident highlights several problems that are now pervasive on the left and increasingly pollute the public sphere. They deserve exposure and censure.

There’s no mistaking the Star of David’s meaning. It’s the universal symbol for Judaism, one seen at every synagogue—and on every “Coexist” bumper sticker. It is the centerpiece of Israel’s flag, marking it as the Jewish state. It was pinned as the mark of Cain on Jews in ghettos and concentration camps.

When the organizers of Chicago’s “Dyke March” prohibited its display, they were saying, “Jews are not welcome here if they display any symbol of their faith or cultural history.”

The irony, of course, is that gays themselves were treated this way for years. They were told to keep their heads down and never say who they really are, much less display their orientation openly, proudly. They are still treated this way in many countries, the very ones embraced by the Dyke March organizers. It’s a bizarre contortion of “progressive ideology,” one they could test by marching through Ramallah or Gaza City.

The organizers were open about why they prohibited the Jewish symbol. They loathe Israel and love Palestinian opposition to it. Of course, you could hold those views and still let others march. But that wasn’t “progressive” enough for them.

Incidents like this are not confined to a few wackos. They occur regularly at leftist protests and on college campuses. For the first time since the 1950s, anti-Semitism is voiced openly, well beyond fringe groups and “restricted” country clubs.

This resurgence of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism has been growing in Europe for more than a decade. On the right, it’s a return to age-old hatreds in an age of globalization and dislocation. On the left, it’s a fashionable way to show solidarity with Muslim immigrants—without actually dealing with the serious (and increasingly lethal) problems of integrating them into modern European life.

Like so many bad ideas, this New Anti-Semitism jumped the pond, landing first in universities and spreading from there. On campus, the vanguard has been Muslim activists from the Middle East and North Africa, especially Palestinians, with little regard for free speech if it conflicts with their political aims. They show up to protest at virtually all pro-Israel events (okay), and routinely disrupt them (not okay).

They have many fellow travelers, as the Dyke March shows. What they share is contempt for the First Amendment. They think views that diverge from theirs should be suppressed. Of course, they alone are allowed to make those decisions.

The Dyke March incident reveals several other disturbing trends, as well. It shows how easily the disparagement of Israel, which is nearly universal on the left, spills over into denigration of all Jews.

Ah, you say, but aren’t many Jews active on the left? Yes, but too few have fought back against their comrades’ scorn of their religion or the Jewish state. Some don’t care because they are thoroughly secular. Judaism may have been their parents’ or grandparents’ religion, but it is not theirs. Others are aggressively anti-Israel. Their presence as Jews (which they highlight) gives political cover to others’ hatred. How could we be anti-Semitic if we welcome these Jews?

We could point to other lessons: the heckler’s veto, where a few voices can prevent others from being heard and still others from listening and engaging. That happened at the march. A few people objected to the Star of David and that was enough for the organizers.

The veto is also a sad reminder of the “blackball” veto at restrictive clubs, where a single negative vote could exclude Catholics, blacks, women, or Jews. On the left today, the black ball is dropped by Palestinians, Muslim student groups, and other anti-Israel activists.

To buttress their political position, they mouth the magic words, “I feel unsafe,” and demand protection. They don’t mean some genuine physical danger or threat of intimidation, which is non-existent. They mean exposure to ideas they don’t like.

How does this odd coalition hang together? Awkwardly. They have few common goals, mostly common enemies — and often not even that. If lesbian marchers were really interested in Middle East affairs, they would know that Israel is by far the most tolerant country in the Middle East for people with varied sexual orientations. The West Bank and Gaza are lethally dangerous.

The left has handled that awkward reality in three ways. First, they ignore it. If they are forced to acknowledge Israel’s tolerance, they resort to a second technique. Instead of praising it as tolerance, they smear it as “pink-washing,” meaning it is whitewashing directed at gays. It is only a ruse, they say, to obscure how awful Israel is in other ways.

The name is clever, but the logic is paranoid. Yet that is exactly how the Dyke March Collective justified banning the Star of David, singling out a Jewish organization for “using Israel's supposed 'LGBTQ tolerance' to pink-wash the violent occupation of Palestine." Notice that even Israel’s tolerance is “supposed.”

Their final card is “intersectionality.” The idea is that progressive politics should grow out of the intersection of different groups: blacks, gays, Palestinians, transgenders, women, and others. Of course, there are some genuine intersections and common interests, but there are too few to forge a coherent movement around positive goals.

So, they resort to the oldest technique in interest-group politics: You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours. That’s what “intersectionality” means in practice. You support reparations for slavery, I’ll support a Native American Studies Center on campus. You support transgender bathrooms, I’ll support affirmative action. You support “free Palestine,” I’ll support “gay marriage” (at least in America; I’m not exactly announcing that in Pakistan).

No one openly acknowledges this kind of horse trading. Far better to claim ideological purity, especially if you can give it a fancy name like intersectionality. That’s what the Dyke March Collective meant when they said their march for gay pride was “anti-Zionist and pro-Palestinian.”

What kind of coalition are they building? Unfortunately, it is one designed to delegitimize Israel, demonize opponents, and suppress any discordant views, not only about Israel but about a wide range of other issues. It’s intellectual Leninism in the benign guise of emancipation.

It has no place in a tolerant, constitutional democracy. It should have no place at a gay pride march, either.


- The only Jews even TOLERATED by the modern political-progressives on the far-left are "self-loathing Jews" - and they're too frightened to ever display the Star of David!
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Posted 7/4/2017 12:11 PM


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Face Down Ass Up is the proper way for women to pray. Sadly, I can't be a Muslim and bang some hot Muslim chicks because I can't kneel like that on my beat up old knees, but I can admire their conservative hotness.
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Posted 7/10/2017 2:03 PM


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Mano a mano the Iraqui forces backed of course with U.S. logistics strategy equipment have driven the rats out of Mosul and in Syria the rats are cornered and fleeing. They are left with desperate pathetic lunatics driving trucks into crowds in Europe or suicide bombers outside teen centric concerts in Euroland.

The West in the form of Merkel and the weakened French leadership coupled with the PC "Enlightened" left in America seem hell bent on suicidal captiualtion in the form of irrational immigration of low skill high service cost floods of traffic from around the globe. It's the only path for the likes of ISIS, the self serving surrender from a West power grid that Trump seems a bump in the road. A 4 or perhaps 8 yr respite from the previous 8 of not a melting pot but of meltdown.
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Posted 7/25/2017 8:32 AM


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Of course, we all know that MOST Muslims are non-violent & peaceful people who would NEVER condone the rape & murder of a young woman - UNLESS that young woman had done something to violate Islamic Sharia Law - which, of course, would lead to her being stoned-to-death in public, as per the dictates of the Holy Prophet Muhammed...

Teen girl kidnapped, raped, & murdered in 'honour killing' after starting relationship with Arab Muslim

A British court has heard evidence about an Indian Muslim teenaged girl being kidnapped by two men in balaclavas before then being raped and murdered after she had began a relationship with an Arab Muslim.

The body of Celine Dookhran, 19, was found inside a £1.5-million home after a woman in her 20s who had had her own throat slit, alerted police from the hospital, it is said.

Ms. Dookhran was allegedly tasered and dragged from the shower on July 19, while being kidnapped with the other woman, bound and gagged before being taken to an address in Kingston-upon-Thames where both women were both raped and Ms. Dookran was killed.

A post mortem gave the cause of death as an incised wound to the neck.

Mujahid Arshid, 33, appeared in court charged with the murder, rape and kidnap of Ms. Dookhran. He has also ben charged with the rape, attempted murder and kidnapping of the second woman.

He appeared alongside his co-defendant, Vincent Tappu, 28, who has also been charged with the kidnapping of both women.

Prosecutor Binita Roscoe said: “The deceased was involved in a relationship with an Arab Muslim and the family members didn’t approve of this relationship because they are Indian Muslims.”


- Remember when our President Obama said (with a straight face) that Islam "is woven into the fabric that is America" - as he urged us to take in more Muslim refugees?

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Posted 7/30/2017 6:48 AM


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Australia apparently has made arrests in a conspiracy to bring down an airliner and a known Islamist in Germany a Palestinian national stabbed a shopper to death in a Hamburg supermarket among other goings on for the religion of " peaceful " gospel they are outsourcing to the globe. No thanks.

Oh and an African national taken in by Italy stabbed a bus driver in Turin i believe , don't know if it was because the driver wouldn't make change or drove by the blokes bus stop by I'm certain the Italian police are working the case to get to what " motivates " someone to stab a bus driver while mumbling some ancient religion of " peace " nonsense.
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