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Monday, October 17, 2011

Anti-Semitism Found in "Occupations of Cities": By Product of Wall Street Problem

Nadene Goldfoot
ADL reports that some of this occupying of cities by dissidents has been found to be anti-semitic and or anti-Israel in their blaming.  They have found anti-semitic communications and rabid anti-Jewish ravings on internet.  A Russian TV station has been running anti-Israel essays from Arun Gupta, who is very anti-Israel.  Also they have been showing essays of Noam Chomsky, Rashid Khalidi of Chicago, and Norman Finkelstein, whose material was so anti-Israel that he is no longer welcomed in Israel. 

They found information that the Wall Street accusations could have originated by a far left anti-Israel magazine called Adbusters.  Let's say they at least must have contributed to the blame.   The editor is Kalle Lasen.  Right or wrong, what's horrid is that it comes down to putting the blame on Jews. 

It seems to me that anytime there is a problem in the world, we Jews get the blame.  For being less than 1% of the world's population, we seem to be the tiny population that everyone uses as a scapegoat.  It's time that the other 99.5%  start accepting responsibilty for their own messes. 


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