What are we to make of people who refuse to acknowledge that 2 plus 2 equals 4?
I guess I shouldn't be terribly surprised. Any Jew who blames other Jews for our own persecution cannot be counted on to acknowledge the obvious. And that's the problem, really. Progressive-left Jews, like Fizziks, think that the conflict is because some Jews choose to live in Judea and that if only we could ethnically-cleanse those Jews from Jewish land then there will be peace.
Is that a mischaracterization?
I do not think so. These Obamabot Slaves honestly believe that the real problem is with Jews who live where Barack Obama does not want them to live. By laying the blame for the conflict at the feet of their fellow Jews they ignore 14 hundred years of Jewish persecution under the boot of Muslim imperialism and supremacy in the Middle East... and they do so in the service of a political movement, the progressive-left, that has made a home of itself for anti-Semitic anti-Zionists.
This would be something akin to black people refusing to acknowledge the history of slavery in the United States because they do not wish to offend white people in today's Republican party.
They have, thus, all the integrity of a hot pastrami sandwich.
School was kind enough to drop in and give us this quick bit of reality:
August 14, 2012 11:36 AM
BDS was born at the 2001 NGO World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, in Durban.
That was NOT a conglomeration of Rightists, but those from the opposite pole.
It is beyond obvious that BDS, and anti-Semitic anti-Zionism, is a sub-movement on the political left. Does anyone in reality doubt this? Do they think that Alice Walker goes bowling with Daniel Pipes?
Or that Helen Thomas plays pinochle with Glenn Beck?
I do not think so.
And while it is obviously true that anti-Zionism is also found on the right, this does not change the fact that as an organized movement of, at least, some significance it comes primarily out of the left.
To deny this, because it is politically inconvenient, is to deny the obvious and to simply make oneself look foolish.