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A comment left on a post (lost the source):

I heard a phrase of late, that goes something like this:

“It used to be that an ‘anti semite’ was something you called someone who hates ‘Jews’, nowadays, it’s something you’re called when ‘Jews’ hate you!”


A listener to Uri Avnery’s speech on March 8th

I was a bit disturbed by the speaker’s apparent definition of ‘post-Zionism’ as meaning what’s happened has happened and it is all water under the bridge now, Israel exists, the Palestinians have been dispossessed and there is nothing we can do about it. This implies that today’s ongoing theft of Palestinian land and resources will also ultimately be (very reluctantly) accepted by the Israel Left as unfortunate ‘facts on the ground’ in more or less the same terms as GW Bush’s famous letter to Sharon. So why have we been struggling all these years if in the end we are going to throw in the towel and say to Israel: we are post-Zionists so everything that you have stolen is now your’s to keep? –source–


The CV of Obama’s Budget Director:
– Advisor, Russian Finance Ministry During the Reign of the Jewish Oligarchs
– Advisor, Central Bank of Iceland — Before the Crash of 2008
– Advisor, Rahm Emanuel and Bill Clinton on the disastrous NAFTA bill that devastated U.S.

Orszag is an economist who served six years in the Clinton administration (1993-8) under Robert E. Rubin, the former treasury secretary who recently resigned from his senior position at the woefully mismanaged and nearly bankrupt Citigroup. The fact that Orszag was a protege of the now disgraced Rubin certainly does not bode well for the Obama administration. –more–

Written by morris

March 14, 2009 at 1:34 am

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