In Re: [Islam in Europe] Antwerp: Report on extremist mosques and organizations

September 3, 2009

I added the following comments to Antwerp: Report on extremist mosques and organizations:

Comment 1:

Just a wee bit tendentious. 

The Deobandi Movement started as a modernizing anti-colonial Islamic reform movement that supported the creation of an independent India and rejected the Islamic separatism the resulted in the creation of Pakistan.

Comment 2:

It is good to have such intelligent comments. 

Yes, many of the students recruited by Mullah Omar come from Deobandi funded schools because the Deobandi movement created schools in Waziristan in order to alleviate poverty. 

Yet the Taliban tended to be close to the Saudi and Pakistani government while Deobandi affiliated groups and parties albeit generally moderate have generally tended to be distrustful of the Pakistani government. 

The Saudis have generally been dubious of Deobandi-affiliated groups because of the sufi origins of the original Deobandi movement.

The material in the report above is so confused that I have to consider it part of a generalized effort to demonize any intellectual movement among Muslims.

Comment 3:

One could write books about Deobandi thinking and its influence. That particular article is so misguided that it is hard to know where to start. 

Take a look at Shasha Rejects Kavon’s Zionist Apologetics for a similar problem. (Kavon was probably less wrong than this article about Deobandis.) 

In any case, the key word is influence. Just as one cannot escape the influence of Martin Luther in protestantism, one that hangs out at Mosques with an Indo-Pak membership, simply will not escape the influence of Deobandi thought.

Comment 4:

The Deobandi School of thought emphasizes service to God, spiritual improvement, scholarship, modernization, coexistence with non-Muslims, knowledge of secular subjects, good citizenship, democratic principles, anti-colonialism, and opposition to terrorism. 

Darululoom, Deoband

Darul Ulum Online

I went over the websites. To put it in the Jewish context, the ideology could be described as a combination of torah im derekh eretz (Hirsh) with musar (Salanter). 

The actual Darululoom Deoband could be analogized to the famous Novardok Yeshiva with the qualification that Darululoom is more open to secular learning and puts greater emphasis on the ethical treatment of non-believers.

Comment 5:

Sounds like Orthodox Judaism. I guess Orthodox Judaism should be considered primitive and pitiless.

Comment 6:

Ulama denounce Taleban decision provides the closest I can find to a Darululoom Deobandi official statement on Bamiyan: 


True to his habit, Maulana Rabey Nadwi, rector of the world-famous Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, who spoke to the MG from his Rai Bareli residence, said that it is a political as well as religious issue; so I am nobody to comment upon the matter. I am not a Mufti so I cannot issue a fatwa and I am not a politician so I cannot make any comment .


BTW, Thornton’s History of the Middle East Database: Persecution of the Jews in Europe puts him in the realm of fantasy and mythology.

Comment 7:

Darululoom Deoband and educating women

Comment 8:

It is worth mentioning that ambiguous attitudes toward the education of women are found in Judaism.

Check out Mishna Sota 3:4.

Ben `Azzai takes the position that “a man ought to give his daughter a knowledge of the Torah.”

Rabbi Eliezer states: “Whoever teaches his daughter Torah, it is as if he teaches her wantonness.”

Shabbat 33b tells us that women are light-minded and is exactly paralleled by a hadith from the Prophet Muhammad (SAAS — al-Bukhari, al-Jami` al Sahih Kitab al-Hayd, Bab 6), who refers to women as naqisat `aql wa-din.

Comment 9:

I find no evidence of major inherent male female mental variation, but the issue of differences between men and women is something on which Christian, Muslim, and Jewish believers tend to agree (as does Larry Summers).

Obviously, when I was trying to drive Summers out of the Harvard presidency terminology like ignorant misogynist and stupidity might have been appropriate — I didn’t use it, but others did.

In sociological and political economic discourse, such terminology is less useful.

Comment 10:

It hardly takes a Harvard education to recognize Thornton’s specious argument.

A bunch of unfortunate incidents, whose context is absent and which are widely separated in time and space, is nothing but propaganda to distract from the crimes that Zionists are committing right now

  1. by brutalizing the native population of Palestine and
  2. by undermining the political and economic system of the USA via corruption, conspiracy and manipulation.

In addition, if I am willing to ignore context as well as separation in space and time, I could come up with an even more impressive list of sufferings of Christians.

After studying Judaica for over 40 years, I can safely say that there simply is no unified phenomenon of anti-Semitism extending back in time for thousands of years.

Anyone peddling such intellectual snake-oil probably has a sinister agenda.

Comment 11:

Controlling the terminology is a way of manipulating or dominating the discussion.

Obviously Zionists attempt to give negative connotations to Wahhabi because the Saudis are competitors with Israel for the status of most important ME ally.

Likewise, Zionists want to make it easier for the US military to kill Afgans and Pakistanis. Thus Deobandi must be given a negative connotation.

I prefer the following terminology.

Westernizing Islamism,

Salafism,

Revolutionary Islamism,

Arab Jihadism,

Revolutionary Jihadism.

Collision: Jewish-Zionist, Arab-Islamic Transnational Politics shows how to use this terminology.

Comment 12:

Whenever I check out one of these ridiculous stories, it invariably turns out to be a complete fabrication or so distorted that it might as well have been a complete fabrication: Disinformation from ABC News.

If you want to engage in anecdotal demonization, we can discuss Jewish black-market organ-vending in the NY NJ area.

And any discussion of murderous terrorism in the ME has to start with the murderous genocidal program of racist E. Europeans to steal Palestine from the native population with justification through the slicing and dicing of Christian and Jewish scripture.

Comment 13:

No, you are the vicious racist bigot that must be treated with scorn and derision by all decent human beings.

The easiest way to explain Islamic practices is by references to Judaism because both religions are sacred law based, and the sacred laws of both religions are very similar.

Yet if one tries to follow the natural procedure, one gets accused of racism or anti-Semitism because Zionists don’t want either an honest discussion of Judaism, Jewish history, or Zionist behavior.

The subtext of the Islamophobic discourse is demonization of Islam in order to legitimize and to justify the continued existence of the State of Israel as a Jewish ethnic fundamentalist state.

I am tired of this dishonesty and prefer that the Zionist subtext be brought out into the open for public discussion.

Comment 14:

Zionists believe that Jews have the right to plunder and to kill non-Jews with impunity. I can identify statements to that effect from Zionists (e.g., Vladimir Dubnow) at least as far back as 1881.

To put the racist inhumanity of Zionism into perspective, referring to the principles of post-WW2 Nuremberg Law can elucidate.

Nuremberg Law clearly criminalizes the territorial Judaization that Zionists have planned since the 19th century and that they have undertaken since the first war of Zionist aggression in 1947-8 . The Nuremberg indictment of the Nationalist Socialist Government charges (International Military Tribunal, vol. 1, p. 63):

In certain occupied territories purportedly annexed to Germany the defendants methodically and pursuant to plan endeavored to assimilate these territories politically, culturally, socially, and economically into the German Reich. They endeavored to obliterate the former national character of these territories. In pursuance of their plans, the defendants forcibly deported inhabitants who were predominantly non-German and replaced them by thousands of German colonists.

If State of Israel replaces GermanyZionist State replaces German Reich, and Jewish replaces German, this count applies to Zionist goals from the start of the Zionist movement until the present day.

In Re: [Err…Whateverz] Revolutionary Hypocrisy, Cultural Relativism, and Arab Gayness

September 2, 2009

I commented on Revolutionary Hypocrisy, Cultural Relativism, and Arab Gayness:

I have suggested to Professor Massad that his analysis would have more universal applicability if he learned more about the history of European sexual identity politics and if he were to use a comparison to elucidate the situation in the Arab world: Origins: Zionist Gay Pubic Diplomacy.

In Re: [Stephen Walt] Huckabee in the Holy Land

August 28, 2009

I added the following comments to Huckabee in the Holy Land:

Not Concerned about Palestinians

I am chiefly concerned with the damage that Zionist subversion does to the American political, economic, and legal system:

  1. Freeman, American Naiveté, Israel Lobby
  2. Jewish Financial Aggression, Worldwide Economic Nakba
  3. MSM Monitor: Mun Murder Cover-Up Complete

Obviously, I am not the only person becoming disgusted with Zionist subversion of American society: Shocker: Number of Americans Who Say U.S. should support Israel drops from 71% to 44% in one year.

I point out in Jewish Peril: 1933 Versus 2009:

Zionists have proven to be much smarter Nazis for they have built their thousand year Reich as a virtual state entity and have piggy-backed on US power and influence since 1947 in an effort to conquer not merely territory but to thoroughly colonize the minds of their Western victims, who are being lead like sheep to some sort of apocalyptic slaughter in confrontation with the Islamic world.

In comparison with the Jewish Zionist peril of 2009, the real albeit anti-Semitically tainted Jewish peril of the 20s and 30s, the German Nazi threat during the 30s, and the post-WW2 Communist Menace all fade into insignificance.

A Balanced View and the Facts

I had this discussion with Linda Gradstein a few years ago after a talk in which she claimed to report the news about Israel and Palestine in a balanced fashion, and she just could not understand how I could argue — as a former newspaper reporter — that balanced reporting cannot possibly be objective reporting.

Every poll of the Muslim world shows that something like 70-80% of Muslims are personally offended by the continued existence of the State of Israel, and why shouldn’t they be?

A bunch of racist murderous genocidal — according to their own primary literature, which I have read — Eastern Europeans stole Palestine from the native population and have justified Zionist crimes against humanity in a number of ways including defamation of the whole Islamic world.

I don’t know if the overwhelming majority of the planetary population wants to see the State of Israel abolished, but I would wager that it is a respectable majority.

Why does the US have to be on the wrong side of history?

At the very least it is expensive, and it probably occasions a periodic horrendous terrorist attack.

Herein lies the problem. We are unable to have a rational discussion of the issue because at this point some racist Jewish Zionist invariably interjects with “the balanced view” and accuses those in disagreement of anti-Semitism and paranoia (the tip off that we are dealing with a Jewish hypocrite).

Guess what! Unless we start scrutinizing Jewish history, politics, and religion the way racist Jewish Zionists trash Arab and Muslim history and politics, we don’t have a balanced view.

In fact, I have to ask our racist Jewish “Balanced View” Zionist, whether he has been studying Judaica for the last 40 years?

How much time has he spent in a Yeshiva?

Does he at the very least read Classical Hebrew, Mishnaic Hebrew, Modern Israeli Hebrew, Yiddish, Polish, Russian, and German without which it is not really possible to have a good understanding of modern Jewish political economy?

Because a lot of the issues are related to finance and economics, how much background does he have in mathematical economics and financial modeling?

Does he have a good background in demography and statistics?

Anyone that starts flinging around epithets like anti-Semitism and paranoia is trying to shut down the discussion.

By any reasonable standard hating Zionists and Jews refusing to condemn Zionism is completely justified on the part of Arabs, Muslims, and their sympathizers.

Because Americans are particularly dense on this subject after decades of Zionist brainwashing, I will reiterate.

A bunch or murderous racist genocidal E. Europeans stole Palestine from the native population and justified their crimes with a lot of ridiculous nonsense including

1) slicing and dicing Christian and Jewish scripture,

2) vilifying Arabs, and

3) demonizing Muslims.

It has little connection to realist foreign policy (except possibly issues of soft power), but hating Zionism is not anti-Semitism or paranoia. It is the natural reaction to Zionist villainy and the transparent mendacity of dishonest Jews like “A Balanced View.”

In Re: [Islam In Europe] Rotterdam: City to fire Tariq Ramadan (UPDATE)

August 22, 2009

I commented on Rotterdam: City to fire Tariq Ramadan (UPDATE):

Meaning of Fascism

Actually, fascism was not precisely a right-wing ideology but — as Zev Sternhell — points out was a revision of Marxism. 

The rise of fascism (and Nazism) does not take place in the 30s. At that point these two ideologies have already arrived. 

The Holocaust according to most scholars starts in January 1942, and most immigrants in Central and Western Europe during the 20s and 30s were not Jewish but were fleeing either the Soviet Union or newly created states of E. Europe. I would guess that most refugees were probably Ostdeutsch but there were also a lot of anti-communists fleeing from the Bolsheviks. 

In general Jewish sympathies lay with the Bolsheviks with the exception of the minority religious Jewish group that was subjected to severe persecution by the Yevsektsia and secular Soviet Jews: 


Der Nister witnessed … religious and political persecution during his lifetime, he must have been certain that this sect [Bratislaver Hassidim] would vanish for good, forever to be misunderstood. In the 1920s, the mainstream Jewish community had even turned on its own religious sects in the Soviet states, echoing the government’s pogroms, and Der Nister’s novel reflects that internal feud. As Book Two ends, the town seeks to drive out the sect, suspecting that somehow the group’s strange habits have brought the curse of financial ruin upon everyone. [Elizabeth Mitchell in The Lies of Yiddish Studies


A few of my relatives abandoned the New Yishuv in order to return to Russia and take part in the consolidation of the Soviet state — to wit, in order to participate in massive crimes against humanity. 

During the 30s Jews definitely number far more among the victimizers than among the victims when proper consideration is given to Soviet Ashkenazi mass murderers and to the Zionist Ashkenazim, who took part in the targeted assassinations of the Special Night Squads. 

The work fo Koonz and Herf both show that the German Nazis were not really focused on anti-Semitism until at least 1939, for the Nazi leadership was far more concerned externally with the Soviet Union and internally with the Marxist fifth column. 

Spanish, French, and Italian fascist leaders were on the whole far less interested in the Jewish question than the German Nazis, and a good part of the Spanish, French, and Italian fascist leadership explicitly repudiated anti-Semitism during the 30s. 

I have not seen Changing Europe and Islam, but a deemphasis on the discussion of anti-Semitism during the 30s would in general be a good corrective to the historical distortions to which pop culture usually subjects us.

Restricted Discussion of 1930s History

I have spent decades in studying the 30s. 

While I not particularly thrilled with Revisionist historians, I find even more offensive the nonsense that Jews believe about the period. 

I attended the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) exhibition on German Nazi book-burnings. 

I told the USHMM rep that I was offended as anybody about Nazi book-burnings. 

Then I asked whether he thought it might have been relevant to mention that while the German Nazis were burning books, the Soviets were shooting authors, and the killers were usually Jewish. 

He agreed and told me that USHMM spokespeople were not allowed to discuss this particular aspect of 1930s politics. 

I am an expert in the field. I can tell you on what day Eichmann was where, and I do not like to deal with Jewish ranting on the issue. 

Unless Ramadan spends the time to develop expertise at my level — approximately 30 years of work, he should probably avoid the topic. 

A few years ago, I showed off with the Italian consul at a showing of PerlascaSometimes Emailings Makes a Difference.

Hitler and Wilders

I have listened to Hitler’s speeches of the 30s and gone through a large chunk of Nazi and fascist writings. 

Generally, non-Jews throughout Europe were angry at Jewish economic, business, and financial misbehavior, but the main object of hatred and fear was the Soviet Union. 

This hostility redounded upon the Jews because Jews were perceived not completely incorrectly as the force behind the Soviet Union. 

The problem with this thinking was the belief in monolithic Jewish conspiratorial politics. 

I attribute refusal to take Jewish politics seriously — as one might look at Polish politics — to prejudice. 

Likewise the refusal to look at Soviet and fascist politics seriously — they are very different — also looks like prejudice. 

Anyway, I also appear on Iranian PressTV. It does not take the position that the Holocaust did not happen. The issue even came up in an interview I did a few months ago. 

My opinion about the USHMM is hardly unique. Yuri Slezkine has said as much as has the eminent Princeton scholar Arno Mayer. (Winston Churchill had a fairly similar opinion.

European Muslims certainly are not treated like German Jews in the 30s or 40s. (Palestinians are.) 

Yet I have listened to Geert Wilders’ battle-for-civilization sthik. He does do a pretty good Hitler imitation, and I can understand why there is a superficial comparison with the 30s. 

Ramadan simply does not have the skill set to look at the money trails and understand them, but I do. 

Geert Wilders and friends are getting piles of money from the principals of the American Republican Jewish Coalition. 

While the NSDAP did receive money in the 1920s from wealthy Jews like Arthur Trebitsch, we are seeing a completely different sort of Jewish politics in the pumping up of the new radical right. 

You should know. I think I’ve seen your stuff on MEF.

Serious Historians

I don’t take Gilbert seriously as an historian when Jewish subjects are involved. 

Anyway, I verified Churchill’s authorship of the article that I quoted in Jewish Peril: 1933 versus 2009. I recommend reading the whole article (the link is there) in order to get a sense of how poor an historian Gilbert really is. 

There is a fairly open debate here in the USA about the anti-Semitism of the Iranian government. (Take a look at the Roger Cohen link of Roya Hakakian: Shadow of Recollections.) 

The anti-Semitism accusation belongs to Jabotinskian-Neocon-Bomb-Iran politics, to which MEF belongs. 

MEF is one of the organizations that is encouraging the funding of Wilders and friends. I attended fundraisers for him in Boston: Collection: Wilders Visit to Boston

BTW, Pipes also appears on Iranian PressTV although he has yet to appear with me on a program even though the producers have tried to make it happen in the past. 

I have also appeared in the pages of the Volkskrant

Media appearances don’t say anything about a person. 

I write political economics. Conspiracy is part of political economics. I write about transnational political conspiracies among Arabs and Muslims when it is relevant to the discussion at hand. 

Hannah Arendt was accused of anti-Semitism because she wrote historical analysis of Jews instead of panegyrics. Obviously, I am going to catch more flak because I deal directly with the economic and finance issues.

In Re: [Stephen Walt] Safe Haven (2): A response to Peter Bergen

August 21, 2009

I commented on Safe Haven (2): A response to Peter Bergen:

Need to Discuss the Jewish Zionist Aspects of Afghanistan Policy

I have been quiet because I have be plowing through the publicly available information on 9/11 and Arab Jihadism.

It is far from clear that Bin-Ladin and al-Qa`ida have really committed the terrorist acts ascribed to them.

Unlike most of the alleged experts whether a journalist like Lawrence Wright or foreign policy wonk Peter Bergen, I actually read Arabic.

I also have been studying Jewish Zionist transnational politics for twenty years.

In order to marginalize growing Western Muslim populations, the Zionist intelligentsia has desperately been trying to fabricate the bogey man of a centralized Islamic terrorist organization even though the terror attacks like the those on the African embassies, the USS Cole and 9/11 have been relatively low-tech and relatively inexpensive with no real need for an organization like al-Qaeda to plan and to organize them.

I can understand why al-Qaeda might want to take credit for the attacks (it’s good for fundraising).

Yet the Arab Jihadist smoking gun simply isn’t there while the construction of the Zionism-serving official story has involved far too many Jewish Zionist Islamophobes to take seriously without first investigating the pre-conceived notions of government officials or consultants like Steven Emerson, Matthew Levitt, Rachel Ehrenfeld, Daniel Pipes, Douglas Feith, David Wurmser, Richard Perle, the AJCommittee, the ADL, and many others.

There is a good possibility that the USA has been conned bigtime by Zionist subversives, among whom Peter Bergen should probably be counted if only because he flings around accusations of anti-Semitism as randomly as any Zionist Neocon.

In the globalized world with globalized cash flows, blowing up a genocide-supporting Zionist anywhere on the planet is no different from blowing up a Nazi anywhere in occupied Europe during the 1940s, and realists must reject the sort terminological promiscuity in which Bergen indulges.

I would really like to see a good cash accounting of money flows and beneficiaries of shoveling 100s of billions of dollars into attacking al-Qaeda in the AfPak region.

I am fairly certain that US subsidies (not foreign aid) to the State of Israel are running at approximately $100 billion/year.

Here is my summary that tries to analyze the political situation from the standpoint of domestic and transnational politicsl considerations: Collision: Jewish-Zionist, Arab-Islamic Transnational Politics.

Looking at Fundamental Premises Not Relevant?

Excuse me, but why isn’t my comment relevant?

Professor Walt wants to do some cost-benefit analysis.

More power to him.

I want to look at the basics with a minor extension to the Mearsheimer & Walt Israel Lobby thesis.

I know that the Israel Lobby is not just another Lobby, but then I come at the issue from Eastern European studies, where it is a truism that the Polish Socialist Party constituted a 40 year conspiracy to create an independent Polish state.

Yet if we accept the M&W thesis of a super-Lobby that occasionally engages in behavior that looks like espionage, why couldn’t it engage in the occasional subversion?

Pipes has been working on his grand unified Islamic threat theory since the early 1980s. It only takes enough people in the right place to turn it into an essential component of the epistemic culture of the US governmental bureaucracy.

I have looked in detail at the three critical anti-American actions attributed to directly to Bin-Ladin and his al-Qaeda “command center”:

  1. The African embassy attacks,
  2. The Cole attack, and
  3. 9/11

Alleged al-Qaeda member Haroun Fazul, whose whereabouts is unknown, is supposed to connect the operation to Bin-Ladin. Without him, of course, there is no proof of a connection.

I will grant that a Bin-Ladin connection to the Cole attack makes sense because the US had tried to shove a cruise missile up Bin-Ladin’s butt, but what exactly was Bin-Ladin supposed to have done in the Cole attack? It was committed with a dinghy and explosives, which are not exactly rare commodities in Yemen.

As for 9/11, Khaled Shaykh Muhammad is usually credited as the mastermind. There is one probable meeting between Muhammad and Bin-Ladin in 1997 and one alleged meeting after the operation had already started.

What exactly was Bin-Ladin’s role.

Did Muhammad ask for money in 1997? Bin-Ladin had none.

Did Muhammad ask for Bin-Ladin’s blessing? So what? There are at least a billion people on the planet that hate the USA and would give a blessing to practically any attack on the USA.

Bin-Ladin’s blessing and about $1.10 will get you a coffee at Dunkin’ Donuts.

I have read through the Mary Jo White’s indictment of Bin-Ladin. It is the usual gibberish that I associate with Daniel Pipes.

Obviously, the USA has a real problem, but cost-benefit analysis only scratches the surface of Jewish Zionist subversion.

Here are some relevant blog entries:

Daniel Pipes: Saudia in the Gun Sights

Phil Weiss: Herzl and Normalizing Jewish Power

BTW, I know more about transnational Jewish-Zionist politics than probably anyone.

At this point whether you are Thomas Hegghammer or Stephen Walt, you should probably be looking at this topic in order to make sense of current international politics.

In [wvns] Anti-Islam fascism on rise in France, I mention that Boston Jewish-Zionist Islamophobic politics is seeping into French national controversies and provide a link to my discussion of the manipulation of Dutch national politics by Boston Jewish Zionist hate-mongers.

Anyway, Professor Walt answers his email. Why don’t you write him directly?

In Re: [Islam in Europe] London: MP walks out of segregated wedding

August 19, 2009

I put up a PDF file of London: MP walks out of segregated wedding at Segregated Wedding because I thought the debate in the comments might be useful to those confronting racist Islamophobes.

In Re: [Mondoweiss] Mix the ‘barrage’ with compassion so as to break thru to Jews

August 19, 2009

I commented on Mix the ‘barrage’ with compassion so as to break thru to Jews:

Phil is fighting with identity politics.

It is one of the toughest nuts to crack, but there are successful countermeasures that I can trace at least to the last quarter of the 19th century.

My group is called Ethnic Ashkenazim Against Zionist Israel because a lot of the participants still identify with their heritage but not with Zionism or present-day Judaism.

In the case of Marion Dreyfus

I have the impression that she depends on Jewish Zionist social networks for income.

One can become defensive when one’s livelihood is at stake even if the underlying subtext is never consciously or explicitly part of the discussion. To persuade her, it is not sufficient for Phil to be right or compassionate.

In Re: [Oleh Girl] Now the Palestinians are claiming WEST Jerusalem is theirs

August 18, 2009

I commented on Now the Palestinians are claiming WEST Jerusalem is theirs:

Rattling the Cage: Sheikh Jarrah really says it all from JPost discusses Palestinian property in West Jerusalem.

Zionists Out of the Peace Movement: Shahak on Lying About Judaism discusses the Zionist ethics of stealing from Palestinians.

In Re: [National Post] Downtown bistro hit with controversy over Dead Sea Scroll boycott

August 17, 2009

I added the following comment to Downtown bistro hit with controversy over Dead Sea Scroll boycott.

barad11 is shoveling the usual Zionist disinformatsia.

I just posted my latest blog entry on the subject of ROM and the Dead Sea Scroll’s. The article is entitled Erasing Palestinian and Jewish History.

It links to Ali Mustafa’s analysis of the 1956 Hague Convention,

  1. which Zionists conveniently ignore,
  2. to which Canada has bound itself, and
  3. which certainly applies to the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Israeli Zionists and modern Jews in general have no legitimate claim whatsoever to the Dead Sea Scrolls, which are the cultural product of the ancestors of native Palestinian population.

In Stolen and Occupied Palestine, Zionists are racist, murderous, genocidal invaders, interlopers, thieves, and usurpers, who deserve the scorn and hatred of the entire human race.

In Re: [Mondoweiss] Jewish IQ drop continues, thanks to Israel lobby

August 17, 2009

I commented on Jewish IQ drop continues, thanks to Israel lobby:

The Israel Lobby is not a lobby: [Stephen Walt] Obama meets the Lobby.