Most Americans probably don’t give it much thought, but Jewish federations are tax exempt, nonprofit organizations. That means that it’s legal to donate money to them and then write it off on your taxes. In a lot of cases, money donated through these organizations end up supporting illegal Israeli settlements. Under US law, however, this is “legal.”
[ Ed. note – Below is an article I wrote back in 2014 regarding a Hollywood film entitled “The Interview,” just then released. Putatively a “comedy,” the film starred Seth Rogen and James Franco and depicted the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
[ Ed. note – In the article below, Ariadna Theokopoulos offers some thoughts on how ordinary Jews might be helped to break the tribal bonds holding them to those Jewish elites who own the banking cartels and the media and who seem intent on saturating the world with skunk water. It is a much needed liberation…not only for the sake of ordinary Jews but all of humanity. ]
By Richard Edmondson
Tulsi Gabbard, the US congresswoman from Hawaii who introduced the “Stop Arming Terrorists Act” earlier this year, has been winning a lot of accolades (including on this blog) for her opposition to the war in Syria and US efforts to overthrow the country’s president, Bashar Assad. But of course in America, the real measuring stick of any politician, the litmus test if you will, is where they stand on Israel.
If immigration to the US continues at its present rate, we Americans may one day in the not-so-terribly-distant future find ourselves in a predicament not unlike that of Swedes, Germans, and other European populations–that is to say with our culture and traditions in danger of being supplanted by tides of newly arrived immigrants.
By Richard Edmondson
It was maybe five to seven years ago I first came across that now rather famous video of Barbara Lerner Spectre being interviewed in Sweden on the subject of multiculturalism. Here was an American Jewish woman condescendingly giving advice to a group of Swedes about embracing multiculturalism, and stating unequivocally that “Jews are going to be at the center” of a “huge transformation” that Europe was about to undergo.
Now here we are in the year 2017. Europe is experiencing a swelling migrant invasion–due in no small part to wars in the Middle East and North Africa initiated and promoted by Jews–and traditional European culture is under threat.
What to make of the emergence of yet another group of Jewish activists protesting the policies of Israel while openly and pointedly identifying themselves as Jews?