I want to thank the Elder of Ziyon for publishing my most recent Sunday piece entitled, Hankus Pankus, the Jewish Question, and the American Dream.
Here is an excerpt:
But while Greenberg was one of the greatest baseball players of all-time, he also risked his own relatively tentative acceptance on the field through actively welcoming African-American ballplayer Jackie Robinson into professional baseball. What Greenberg would not have known is that although he stood up for the rights of Black athletes to join the bigs in 1947, the year Robinson broke into the major league, just a few years earlier the very icon of American liberalism, FDR, was indifferent to the fate European Jewry.
Greenberg stood up for Robinson when he had the opportunity, but Roosevelt certainly did not stand up for the Jews when he had his.
Franklin Roosevelt could have saved the Jews aboard the S.S. St. Louis in 1939, but he callously refused and thus effectively sentenced them to death in Europe at the hands of the Nazis. He could have bombed the railroad tracks leading to the extermination camps, as we all know, but likewise refused.
By the way, there is an absolutely terrific article just published at the Gatestone Institute by Guy Millière called Radical Islam, Israel and Agitprop that is probably the best overall assessment of the history and current state of the never-ending Arab-Israel war that I have read in a single article.
You guys should check it out, but here is an excerpt from that piece:
In every Western country, even in the United States, almost nobody sees that the raw invention of the "Palestinian people" transformed millions of Arabs into a genocidal weapon to be used against Israelis and even, in Europe this year, the Jews. Almost nobody sees that transforming people into a genocidal weapon is essentially a barbaric act.
Terror attacks have not stopped and will not stop so long as Arab nationalism and radical Islam exist. Israel will continue to exist at the price of eternal and strict vigilance.
Diplomatic attacks have not stopped and will not stop so long as Western countries do not break with the Arab vision of the Middle East and the "Palestinian" vision of Israel.
Disinformation attacks also have not stopped and will almost certainly increase. They could stop if, and only if, Western media admitted they had lied or been lied to -- not a high probability.