The genuine racists

“One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail.”
– Rabbi Yaacov Perrin

“Israelis like to build. Arabs like to bomb crap and live in open sewage.”
– Ben Shapiro

“One Jewish Life Is Worth More Than 10,000 non-Jews.”
– Birthright staffer, Haaretz

“A thousand non-Jewish lives are not worth a Jew’s fingernail.”

– Rabbi Dov Lior, Chairman of the Jewish Rabbinical Council

“It is important to make one thing clear – the life of one yeshiva boy is worth more than the lives of 1,000 Arabs.”
– Sephardi chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu

“It should be clear to us that there is no room for two peoples in this country.”
Yossef Weitz

“The power of the administration to exile anyone is unlimited … it is not necessary to commit any type of infraction, a decision made in some office is sufficient.”
-Dov Joseph, Israeli Minister of Justice

“Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world; only to serve the People of Israel.”
– Rabbi Ovadia Yosef

Keep these quotes in mind when you hear Jews crying about people criticizing and feeling less than enthusiastic about them. And do share with me, if you think you can, any race or religion that is more observably and demonstrably racist than the Jews. And as far as their playing the eternal victim goes, by my count, the Jews are among the six most genocidal nations in human history, with the Mongols leading the list.

These are historical facts. Deny them if you like, but delusion is never a safe refuge from reality for long.

Now, everyone has to live somewhere and the establishment of the state of Israel is also a fact. Which is precisely why I support Israel and the nationalist Israeli parties. I’ll consider crying about the Palestinians after all the surviving American Indian tribes get their original lands back from the U.S. government as per the original treaties. The point of quoting these individuals is not to claim that Jews are uniquely bad, only that there is absolutely no basis for pretending, as Ben Shapiro, Dennis Prager, and other deceitful Neo-Palestinians do, that the Jewish people are a uniquely moral people, a uniquely victimized people, or even an example for any other nation on Earth.


On racial supremacy

From The Times of Israel:

Israeli lawmaker proclaims supremacy of ‘Jewish race’

A lawmaker from the ruling Likud party said Wednesday that the “Jewish race” is the smartest in the world and possessing of the “highest human capital,” which is why, he said, the Israeli public did not buy into the allegations of wrongdoing by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “I can tell you something very basic,” Zohar said during the Radio 103FM debate. “You can’t fool the Jews, no matter what is the media writes. The public in Israel is a public that belongs to the Jewish race, and the entire Jewish race is the highest human capital, the smartest, the most comprehending. The public knows what the prime minister is doing for the country and how excellent he is at his job.”

In a follow-up interview with Hadashot TV news, Zohar at first denied that he had spoken about the supremacy of the “Jewish race,” but, presented with a recording of his earlier comments, doubled down and reiterated: “The Jewish people and the Jewish race are of the highest human capital that exists.”

“What can you do? We were blessed by God… and I will continue to say that at every opportunity,” he said. “I don’t have to be ashamed about the Jewish people being the Chosen People; the smartest, most special people in the world.”

A gaffe, as they say, is when one accidentally speaks the truth.

And yet, the average Jewish IQ in Israel is 98.7. The average GDP per capita in Israel is 53.4 percent that of Norway, despite the fact that the Norwegians do not receive $3.8 billion in annual handouts from the USA.

As Mr. Zohar demonstrates, whatever their racial genius may be, it does not appear to be in public relations.


No duel-citizenships for legislators

Israel doesn’t permit dual-citizenship legislators. Why does the USA?

Approximately one-third of the Knesset members who will be sworn in at a special ceremony on Tuesday are newcomers to the Israeli parliament. Among them are five who, before pledging to serve the Israeli people, had to formally renounce foreign citizenships.

The requirement to give up non-Israeli citizenship did not take Rachel Azaria (Kulanu), Ksenia Svetlova (Zionist Union), Haim Jelin (Yesh Atid), Abdullah Abu Maaruf (Joint Arab List), and Yoav Kisch (Likud) by surprise. While Israelis may hold dual citizenship, a Basic Law passed in 1958 states that Knesset members cannot pledge allegiance as parliamentarians unless their foreign citizenship has been revoked under the laws of that country….

Azaria, a 38-year-old Jerusalem deputy mayor, renounced her American citizenship, which she had held by virtue of her mother having been born in the US…. Two years ago, when the 19th Knesset was sworn in, there were also five new MKs who had to give up foreign citizenships in order to take their seats. Like Azaria, two of them — Jewish Home leader Naftali Bennett and Yesh Atid’s Rabbi Dov Lipman — gave up their US passports.

One can’t help but notice that Israel also has a wall….


The Wall 2029

The Israeli Prime Minister shows Americans what they can look forward to on their southern border, hopefully in less than 10 years. 

Completed in 2012, the 200km Egyptian border fence cut illegal immigration to almost zero.


Neo-Palestinian priorities

I’m not sure whose grasp of American political realities is more tenuous and delusional, the Republicans in the Senate or the Neo-Palestinians who are pushing this blatant attack on American liberties:

WHEN EACH NEW CONGRESS is gaveled into session, the chambers attach symbolic importance to the first piece of legislation to be considered. For that reason, it bears the lofty designation of H.R.1 in the House, and S.1 in the Senate.

In the newly controlled Democratic House, H.R.1 – meant to signal the new majority’s priorities – is an anti-corruption bill that combines election and campaign finance reform, strengthening of voting rights, and matching public funds for small-dollar candidates. In the new 2017 Senate, the GOP-controlled S.1 was a bill, called the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” that, among other provisions, cut various forms of corporate taxes.

But in the 2019 GOP-controlled Senate, the first bill to be considered – S.1 – is not designed to protect American workers, bolster U.S. companies, or address the various debates over border security and immigration. It’s not a bill to open the government. Instead, according to multiple sources involved in the legislative process, S.1 will be a compendium containing a handful of foreign-policy related measures, a main one of which is a provision, with Florida’s GOP Sen. Marco Rubio as a lead sponsor, to defend the Israeli government. The bill is a top legislative priority for AIPAC.

In the previous Congress, that measure was known as S.170, and it gives state and local governments explicit legal authority to boycott any U.S. companies which themselves are participating in a boycott against Israel. As the Intercept reported last month, 26 states now have enacted some version of a law to punish or otherwise sanction entities which participate in or support the boycott of Israel, while similar laws are pending in at least 13 additional states. Rubio’s bill is designed to strengthen the legal basis to defend those Israel-protecting laws from constitutional challenge.

Punishment aimed at companies which choose to boycott Israel can also sweep up individual American citizens in its punitive net, because individual contractors often work for state or local governments under the auspices of a sole proprietorship or some other business entity. That was the case with Texas elementary school speech pathologist Bahia Amawi, who lost her job working with autistic and speech-impaired children in Austin because she refused to promise not to boycott goods produced in Israel and/or illegal Israeli settlements.

Thus far, the two federal courts that have ruled on such bills have declared them to be unconstitutional violations of the First Amendment speech rights of American citizens.

One almost suspects this to be a stealth plan being pushed by Israeli nationalists to force all the reluctant Neo-Palestinians in America to finally make good on their repeated vows to go home to Jerusalem.

Do they want Holocaust 2.0? Because this strikes me as being a very good way to go about getting Holocaust 2.0. Consider what Americans did to the Japanese just because they bombed some of our island real estate. Now the idiot Neo-Palestinians are dive-bombing basic American liberties – apparently the Israeli attack on the U.S.S. Liberty was a symbolic warning – and they think Americans will just smile and take it because a few Neo-Palestinian lawyers can produce some pharasaical reasoning to pseudo-rationalize it?

Look, I don’t support BDS. I have never supported it. I actively violate it on a regular basis. I’ve been working on two book deals with Israeli authors in the last week alone. But this outrageous, infuriating, disgusting attempt to literally FORCE Americans to economically submit to the Israeli economy makes me want to put every single God-damned Neo-Palestinian on a boat tomorrow. And I am pretty sure I know exactly where those Americans who are less well-inclined to Israel will want to put them. The mere fact that the Neo-Palestinian lobby in the USA could even entertain such an abominable action, let alone imagine that it is even remotely Constitutional and attempt to put it into effect, makes five things eminently clear to every single American.

  • Jews are not and can never be Americans. They are a distinct nation with their own homeland and their own interests, some of which are totally incompatible with American interests and values.
  • Jews do not understand the first thing about America. They don’t fathom the core American concept of liberty any better than the average Amazonian tribesman or Swedish socialist does.
  • There was never any such thing as a “Judeo-Christian” heritage. There are no “Judeo-Christian” values. That is propaganda created in the mid-20th century and utilized to help pass the 1965 Naturalization Act that demographically destroyed the USA.
  • All those nations that kicked the Jews out over the last two thousand years probably had good reasons for doing so.
  • Marco Rubio is an enemy of the American people. This is exactly why you should never elect immigrants and the children of immigrants to rule over you.

As a very good friend to Israel, President Trump HAS GOT to veto this bill if it ever crosses his desk, and he should promise to do so right now. In fact, even on its way out, the Netanyahu government would be wise to order the morons in AIPAC to reverse course on this legislation immediately; even the ADL understands that this is going to backfire, explosively, on the people of the very nation it is intended to help.

S.1 is not good for the Jews, it is more akin to assisted suicide. I will not support any politician who supports it, votes for it, or signs it, no matter what party they claim to be. Furthermore, I strongly suspect that the decision to push this provocative and obviously unconstitutional law now is part of the Republican establishment’s plan to kill the Wall, defend the Swamp, and primary President Trump in 2020.


Why Israel is Auschwitz

Much more elegantly than I could have explained it, in The Virtue of Nationalism, Yoram Hazony explains why nationalists and Israelis are intrinsic allies, and why the liberal imperialists of the neo-liberal world order, of every heritage, hate Israel and equate Zionism with Nazism.

In taking up arms in the name of their own national state and their own self-determination, the Jews, as many Europeans and others now see it, have simply taken up the same evil that led Germany to build the camps. The details may differ, but the principle, in their eyes, is the same: Israel is Auschwitz.

Try to see this through European eyes. Imagine being a proud Dutchman today, whose nation held high the torch of freedom in that hopeless uprising against Catholic Spain, a war of independence that lasted eighty years. “Yet I am willing to give this up,” he says to himself, “to sacrifice this heritage with its dreams of past glory, and to say good-bye to the state founded by my forefathers, for the sake of something higher. I will make this painful sacrifice for the sake of an international political union that will ultimately embrace all humanity. Yes, I will do it for humanity.” Yet who is it that stands against him? Who, among the civilized peoples, would dare turn their backs on this effort, blessed by morality and reason, to attain at last the salvation of mankind?

Imagine his shock: “The Jews! Those Jews, who should have been the first to welcome the coming of the new order, the first to welcome the coming of mankind’s salvation, instead establish themselves as its opponents, building up their own selfish little state, at war with the world. How dare they? Must they not make the same sacrifices as I in the name of Enlightenment and reason? Are they so debased they cannot remember their own parents in Auschwitz? No, they cannot remember—for they’ve been seduced and perverted by the same evil that had previously seized our neighbors in Germany. They have gone over to the side of Auschwitz.”

Thus it is not just by coincidence that we constantly hear Israel and its soldiers being compared to the Nazis. We are not talking about just any old calumny, chosen arbitrarily or for its rhetorical value alone. In Europe, and wherever else the new paradigm has spread, the comparison with Nazism, absurd though it may be, is natural and inevitable.

This answers the question of how it can be that, at some very fundamental level, the facts do not seem to matter: How it can be that even where Israel should easily be recognized as having justice on its side—where it acts in self-defense, and with painstaking restraint—the country can be pilloried in campaigns of vilification that bite deeper and hit harder with every passing year. How it can be that after the destruction of the Israeli security zone in South Lebanon, and after Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, the hatred of Israel only grows more full-throated.

The answer is that while hatred for Israel may, at a given moment, be focused quite sincerely on certain facts about the security zone or the Gaza Strip or the Turkish blockade runners, the trajectory of international disgust or hatred for Israel is not driven by these facts. It is driven by the rapid advance of a new paradigm that understands Israel, and especially the independent Israeli use of force to defend itself, as illegitimate down to its foundations. If you believe that Israel is, in some important sense, a variant of Nazism, then you will not be very impressed by “improvements” in Israeli policies or public relations. An improved Auschwitz is still Auschwitz.

One may well ask: If this is right, and the comparison between Israel and the most odious political movement in European history is hardwired into the new paradigm of international politics that is quickly advancing upon us, then will not individuals who subscribe to this paradigm reach the conclusion that Israel has no right to exist and should be dismantled?

The answer to this question is plain. Of course this comparison leads to the conclusion that Israel has no right to exist and should be dismantled. And why not? If Germany and France have no right to exist as independent states, why should Israel? And if so many are prepared to remain dry-eyed on the day that Britain and the Netherlands are finally gone, why should they feel differently about Israel? On the contrary, while Jews and their friends continue to speak in dread of “Israel’s destruction,” this phrase is no longer feared among those who have embraced the new paradigm—some of whom are already permitting themselves to fantasize in public about political arrangements that will permit the Jewish state to cease to exist.

The logic is perfectly straightforward and clear. If Israel has the right to exist, so does Germany, France, England, the Netherlands, and America. If the European nations do not have the right to exist, sovereign and secure in their own homelands, neither does Israel.

This is why there is no longer a place for Neo-Palestinian supremacists like Ben Shapiro and Dennis Prager among the nationalists of Israel or the USA. Philosemites and Christian Zionists would be very well advised to reject those deceptive wormtongues and pay attention to Israeli nationalists like Hazony, Feiglin, and van Creveld instead.


Is Israel the real enemy of America?

Because I don’t see Russia or China or Iran actively attempting to interfere with and eliminate the Constitutional rights of U.S. citizens. And anti-BDS laws are intrinsically anti-American.

A CHILDREN’S SPEECH PATHOLOGIST who has worked for the last nine years with developmentally disabled, autistic, and speech-impaired elementary school students in Austin, Texas, has been told she can no longer work with the public school district after she refused to sign an oath vowing that she “does not” and “will not” engage in a boycott of Israel or “otherwise tak[e] any action that is intended to inflict economic harm” on that foreign nation. A lawsuit on her behalf was filed early Monday morning in a federal court in the Western District of Texas alleging a violation of her First Amendment right of free speech.

The child language specialist, Bahia Amawi, is a U.S. citizen who received a master’s degree in speech pathology in 1999 and, since then, has specialized in evaluations for young children with language difficulties (see video below). Amawi was born in Austria and has lived in the U.S. for the last 30 years, fluently speaks three languages (English, German, and Arabic), and has four U.S.-born American children of her own.

Amawi began working in 2009 on a contract basis with the Pflugerville Independent School District, which includes Austin, to provide assessments and support for school children from the county’s growing Arabic-speaking immigrant community. The children with whom she has worked span the ages of 3 to 11. Ever since her work for the school district began in 2009, her contract was renewed each year with no controversy or problem.

But this year, all of that changed. On August 13, the school district once again offered to extend her contract for another year by sending her essentially the same contract and set of certifications she has received and signed at the end of each year since 2009.

She was prepared to sign her contract renewal until she noticed one new, and extremely significant, addition: a certification she was required to sign pledging that she “does not currently boycott Israel,” that she “will not boycott Israel during the term of the contract,” and that she shall refrain from any action “that is intended to penalize, inflict economic harm on, or limit commercial relations with Israel, or with a person or entity doing business in Israel or in an Israel-controlled territory.”

Regardless of what you may think of Israel, or any other country, a U.S. citizen absolutely has the right to personally boycott any business he wants for any reason at all. And a freaking SCHOOL DISTRICT has no right to act in this inquisitorial, conscience-violating manner on behalf of a foreign nation. This direct legal assault on the core Constitutional rights of Americans is an absolutely insane overreaction on the part of the Israel First fifth column in the United States to the growing anti-Israel BDS movement.

If I was Benjamin Netanyahu or any other Israeli leader with influence over AIPAC, the various Jewish organizations, or the media neocons, I would tell them to retreat immediately from this ludicrously self-destructive and obviously unconstitutional policy of attempting to ban the anti-BDS movement, or face being entirely disavowed by Israel. This attack on American rights will not only justify anti-semitism more than any quantity of blood libels or historical complaints about usurious money lenders ever have, it will render it almost mandatory for every single genuine American and U.S. citizen who respects the U.S. Constitution.

Now, I support Israel. I do not support the BDS movement. But I am 100 percent opposed to this insane, egregious, offensively stupid assault on the unalienable rights of Americans. And if these anti-American laws are not overturned for their blatant unconstitutionality, as I expect they will be, then every single US supporter of Israel will have to seriously consider endorsing the BDS movement on principle.

This anti-BDS legal campaign goes far beyond the concept of an own goal. In sports terms, this is Jim Marshall running with the ball towards his own end zone.


Anti-ethnonationalism is anti-semitism

Consider this summary of the Israeli nation-state law:

  • Israel is the historic homeland of the Jewish people, who have the unique right of national self-determination
  • The flag and the menorah are national symbols. The national anthem is ‘Hatikva’.
  • Jerusalem is the united capital of Israel
  • Official language is Hebrew. Arabic has special status
  • Israel will be open to Jewish aliyah.
  • Israel will work in the Diaspora to preserve the affinity between Israel and Jewish people.
  • Israel will ensure the safety of the Jewish people and work to preserve the cultural, historical and religious heritage of Jews in the Diaspora.
  • The state places national value on development of Jewish settlement and will act to encourage and promote its establishment and consolidation
  • The Hebrew calendar is the official calendar of the state. The Gregorian calendar will also have official status

If you’re opposed to those things, for the Jews as for any other nation, then you are, without question, an anti-semite. It’s time for nationalists to be forthright about attacking the intrinsic anti-semitism, anti-Americanism, and anti-nationalism of the globalists.


A sound model

Israel defines itself as a nation.

The Israeli Knesset has approved the ‘nation-state bill’ that promotes Jewish-only settlements, downgrades Arab language status and limits the right to self-determination to Jews. Arab MPs chided the law as racist.

The bill, which has the status of a basic law (approximately the same as a constitutional law in countries with a written constitution), was passed overnight to Thursday with 62 votes in favor and 55 against after hours of fierce argument and debate. It will now come into force as soon as it’s published in the Knesset’s Official Gazette.

The law, which had been in the works since 2011, has sparked a wave of protests, which spilled over the Israeli border and angered the influential Jewish diaspora in the US.

The bill formally defines the main principles that should stand at the core of the Israeli state and its symbols, such as the flag, the anthem, its capital and language. In a clause that set Arab lawmakers off, the bill explicitly states that “the right to exercises national determination in the State of Israel is unique to the Jewish people.”

The critics of the bill argue that such wording makes some 1.8 million Israeli Arabs, a quarter of the population, second-class citizens.

Another contentious clause strips the Arabic language of its official status, instead granting it “a special status” and leaving Hebrew as the only official state language. Although the bill specifically points out that “this clause does not harm the status given to the Arabic language before this law came into effect,” its opponents have been up in arms over the wording change.

At the center of the controversy is the part of the law aimed at promoting the “establishment and consolidation” of Jewish settlements, which is being castigated by the opposition as a shorthand for segregation bordering on apartheid.

The divisive nature of the new legislation that saw thousands of people, including Arabs and secular Jews flocking to streets in protest, has not stopped Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from hailing its adoption as a huge success.

“With this law we determined the founding principle of our existence. Israel is the nation state of the Jewish people, and respects the rights of all of its citizens,” Netanyahu said, as cited by Haaretz.

What a pity the United States of America doesn’t have anything that defines the founding principle of its existence. Wait a minute….

We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. 

The reason the “influential Jewish diaspora” is angered by this perfectly sensible law is because with one fell swoop, the nationalists in Israel have just underlined the case for the nations in the West that the diasporans have been trying to adulterate and dispossess for the last fifty years. Given that Netanhayu is an intelligent man who has been openly telling Jews around the world that it is time to move to Israel, it’s very unlikely that he is unaware of this.

It’s the right model. Respect the basic rights of all the paperwork citizens, but don’t permit the non-nationals have any significant say in how the nation is governed or pretend that they are part of the nation proper. The US and the European nations should follow suit, and eventually, they will. The universalist age is at an end.

The Israeli Arabs shouldn’t get too upset. After all, the lunatics of San Francisco will be happy to let them vote there should they feel the need.

San Francisco began registering non-citizens, including undocumented immigrants, to register to vote Monday in the November election for the city school board, reported The San Francisco Chronicle.

The move follows passage of a 2016 ballot measure by San Francisco voters opening school elections to non-citizens who are over the age of 18, city residents and have children under age 19, reported the publication.

“This is no-brainer legislation,” Hillary Ronen, a San Francisco supervisor, told the Chronicle. “Why would we not want our parents invested in the education of their children?”

“We want to give immigrants the right to vote,” Norman Yee, also a county supervisor, told KGO.

Immigrants, the children of immigrants, the grand-children of immigrants, and the great-grandchildren of immigrants should never be given the right to vote on anything. No one forced them to immigrate, and they always vote to change – and usually to ruin – the societies into which they have immigrated.