Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Anti-Semitic Kossack Slams Jews

Jewish Law for a Jewish State

i never understood why some people claiming to believe in a faith work so hard to avoid obeying the teachings they find most difficult to live out...They use Holy Scripture to justify the political positions they hold which are contrary to the teachings of their faith. Nevertheless, in their own minds, they alone are the just, the pure, the most holy, the good; everyone else is beneath them, deserving only of their contempt. i wonder on what basis they believe this about themselves?

This is what we find on the progressive-left.

It is pure hatred and nothing else.

This guy is telling the world that Jews look down upon others with contempt when the obvious truth of the matter is that this person is looking down upon us with contempt and has 7 recommendations of his hate-filled sentiments.

Why in this world would Jews want to support a political movement in which the above is acceptable and recommended?

It makes no sense and we need to free ourselves from the progressive movement, precisely because that movement absolutely does not have our best interests at heart.

Quite the contrary, I am afraid.


  1. One look at the tippers tell us all we need to know bout this antisemite:

    Tip Jar (8+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    Lefty Coaster, PeterHug, Kimball Cross, Brecht, Christy1947, RJDixon74135, petral, Diane Gee

  2. It's just so blatant.

    He seems to be slamming Jews in general, and Israelis in particular, for not living up to the Bible.

    Can you imagine?

    He clearly thinks of himself as morally superior even as he condemns Jews for thinking of ourselves as morally superior, despite the fact that we don't.

    You do know that we would not have to put up with this kind of stuff among conservatives.

    I may not be a conservative on the issues, but I definitely prefer them to vicious, hypocritical progressives.

  3. That the left wing has taken up the whole "chosen people," aspect of antisemitism does not bode well, Karma.

  4. Tevye: I know, I know. We are Your chosen people. But, once in a while, can't You choose someone else?


  5. "The Engage website has a timely piece by Eve Garrard about the "Chosen People" trope:
    "Things are different now, and this trope has been resurrected for the same old use: to denigrate Jews and stir up dislike, or worse, against them. In fact it’s very effective for that purpose: most people (very understandably) dislike anyone who claims to be inherently superior to everyone else; and so to attribute such a claim to Jews is a very economical way of making people dislike and distrust them. By referring to the Chosen People you can, without saying another word, tell your listener that Jews are an arrogant supercilious bunch who despise the rest of the human race, and that you yourself don’t much like that kind of thing; and indeed your listener (or reader, as the case may be) probably doesn’t much like that kind of thing either, being a decent honest person; and so you and she together can enjoyably agree that there’s something pretty obnoxious about Jews, or they wouldn’t be claiming to be ‘chosen’, would they, or insisting that one Jew is worth 1,000 other people, which of course they must believe, since Gilad Shalit was exchanged for 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, and there’s no other possible explanation of that ratio, is there, eh?......."