Monday, September 4, 2017

Michael Lumish

The Day of the Dhimmi is Done.

It is long past time for the Jewish people, both in Israel and throughout the diaspora, to draw a hard-line at anti-Zionism.

We need to make it understood that anti-Zionism is antisemitism and that it will not be tolerated.

We will stand up against it in our political parties and we will not allow it representation in our organizations.

It is time to say, "No."


  1. True, and the proof is everywhere you look.

  2. How high up on the current hierarchy of victimhood do you think this will land? America is saturated with minority grievances these days. Plus, with so many "progressive" Jews distancing themselves from Israel - and even actively demonizing it - how can we (as a People) argue our case convincingly?

    1. Arguing the case is probably futile. Ideologies and biases get set and few ever change their minds. What is needed is unwavering nonacceptance of such views and prices to be paid. Already, many politicians, reporters, professors, etc worldwide have been made to pay a price; loss of reputation and careers. More of this will help altho it will certainly reinforce the all-powerful Jew meme held so many of these morons. These types can never be led to change so marginalization of their influence and power is all that helps.