OP-Ed–Anti-Semitism is a confirmation that the Jews are successfully fulfilling their mission of ‘the Chosen’

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ed note–no, this is not a joke, it is the real deal.

We run it here as yet another piece of evidence concerning the type of mental illness we are dealing with here when it comes to Jews, Judaism, and organized Jewish interests. As much as writers, polemicists, and others within the group constantly ask the question aloud ‘why are we so persecuted’, at the same time, they truly don’t want to hear the answer, and when forced to come up with some kind of ‘rational’ explanation as to why there has ALWAYS been this historically-documented backlash against them, the inevitable diagnosis is not because they are so bad, but rather because they are so good.

Is it any wonder then why there can be no progress in ‘debating’ with people of this type? They are so in love with themselves that they ascribe all negative reaction to them as being the inevitable…

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How They Do It– ‘David Friedman Is Unfit to Be U.S. Ambassador to Israel. Fire Him’

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Friedman’s recent comments show the ‘moderate’ positions he adopted during his nomination were entirely fake. How can the U.S. ambassador to Israel smear opponents, act as a representative of Israel’s settlers and misrepresent U.S. policy?

ed note–The only–repeat–ONLY reason there is Judaic opposition to Friedman as USAMB to Israel is because the elements opposing him know he is there as a showpiece for an American administration that does indeed intend to push through a ‘peace deal’ and utilizing a well-known Judaic figure at the head of it in order to circumvent what would otherwise be a wall of noise generated by professional screechers working in the service of Judea Inc alleging that the entire peace deal was dreamt up by ‘anti-Shemites’ out to being about another Hollerco$t of GAAAAWD’s chosen people.

But these same elements can’t come right out and say this, that they know exactly what it is that…

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How They Do It–Are Muslims the ‘New Jews’ for Today’s Far Right?

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With anti-Muslim prejudice central to Europe’s ascendant ultranationalists, is Islamophobia the ‘new’ anti-Semitism?

ed note–many, many moons ago, not too long after 9/11 when the Judaically-contrived/concocted/created/conjured up lie that ‘DEM MOOZLUMS’ are a-comin’ to GETCHA’ was migrating like a fever from the brains of average, addle-minded Americans into the addle-minded brains of various individuals proudly holding membership in various ‘white nationalist’ groups and who claimed at the time (and continue to claim to this day) a high-degree of ‘wisdom’ when it comes to understanding the ways, means, and strategies of Judea Inc, Mike Piper, yours truly and a handful of other sane voices were warning that this was a trap and that by jumping on the anti-Islam bandwagon these various individuals and groups were in effect only slitting their own throats in exactly the manner that their Judaic enemies wanted, a real-life/real-time fulfillment of Lenin’s infamous prediction that ‘we will sell…

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Al Franken accused of sexual impropriety by two more women

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ed note–as we have suggested since this original scandal began, Franken is being made an example to the rest of those whose votes are needed in impeaching Trump that if they do not play ball, they will suffer similar fates (or worse). Trump stands to gain nothing from Franken–one of the lone Jewish voices in the Senate who very publicly opposed impeachment of the President and therefore it is highly unlikely that it is Trump’s people who are behind all of this. 

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House Dem pledges vote to impeach Trump next week

Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) said Thursday that he will force a House floor vote to impeach President Trump next week.

The actual House vote will likely only be a procedural vote, but it will still serve as the first referendum in Congress to impeach Trump. It comes when Trump has spent less than 11 months in office.

“Next week, there will be a vote to impeach,” Green announced in a House floor speech.

“I refuse to stand idly by as a billionaire bigot does irreparable harm to my country. A billionaire bigot who tolerates the KKK, but won’t tolerate Islam. A billionaire bigot who tolerates anti-Semitism, racism, sexism, ethnocentrism, xenophobia and homophobia,” he said.

Green plans to force a vote on a “privileged” resolution that lays out his case for impeaching Trump. Under House rules, privileged resolutions must receive floor action within two legislative days.

The impeachment effort is sure to fail given opposition from the House GOP majority, as well as most Democrats, who think it’s premature to push impeachment at this point.

It’s unclear how Republicans would move to dismiss Green’s resolution, but the formal vote may specifically move to table it, send it to committee or move directly on its contents.

Green is among a handful of Democrats who have been agitating for Trump’s impeachment for months.

He unveiled his articles of impeachment in October, which state that Trump is “fueling an alt-right hate machine” that’s “causing immediate injury to American society.”

The articles of impeachment cite as examples Trump’s equivocating response to the violence stemming from a white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Va., over the summer and attacks on NFL players kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality.

Green declined to force a vote at the time he originally introduced the articles, citing a desire to let the public and fellow lawmakers review them. But he later pledged to force a vote on impeachment by Christmas.

Green’s plans to force a vote on impeachment comes after Trump retweeted anti-Muslim videos from a fringe British nationalist group on Wednesday. Trump’s retweets drew backlash from British leaders, including Prime Minister Theresa May.

A handful of other Democrats have also unveiled articles of impeachment, but haven’t gone as far as promising to force their colleagues vote on them.

Six House Democrats introduced articles of impeachment earlier this month, with Reps. Steve Cohen (Tenn.), Luis Gutiérrez (Ill.), Marcia Fudge(Ohio), John Yarmuth (Ky.), Adriano Espaillat (N.Y.) and Green as its sponsors.

Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) also filed an article of impeachment in July arguing that Trump obstructed justice by firing James Comey as FBI director amid the agency’s investigation of whether the president’s 2016 campaign colluded with the Russian government.