So i guess he could’ve said “zionist” however, Jewish is accurate enough as well.
Ok, just imagine; say there is some policy to be enacted and Cardin is presiding over this hypothetical subcommittee – let us also say this “policy” entails zero sum situation between USA and Israel, i.e. one of them is gonna have their national interest subordinated, how do you think Mr. Cardin will vote?
To be fair, my answer is i don’t know. However, to ask the question itself is quite telling.
Well call me anti Jewish but sorry, I am not willing to take a chance on any official in government that has a conflict of interest, particularly a emotional attachment to a foreign country.
We have seen way, way, way too many examples of the damage Jews in US agencies and positions with policy power have done to the US because of their tribal and Israel attachments.
None of our Jewish friends would support this guy or empower other goyim to pursue this line of speech. Just like mondoweiss frowning on the NPR skiksa asking Bernie if he was a citizen of Israel.
We must exile the bigots among us, which unfortunately constitutes 91% of the goyim. So be it, for we are the true prophets of authentic universalist Judaism.
Cardin’s main contention and counterpoint is: “I am American, and my religion shouldn’t matter, so I am offended“.
Let’s examine that for a minute to examine if that is really true. If he was a buddhist, his statement would be true, because we have no precedence of a buddhist nation that takes priority over the US for buddhists. If he were catholic, and there was a precedence of the Vatican taking priority over the US, which there isn’t, he would have had a point.
But, what we have is a Jew, and we have ample examples of Jews, even those who profess to be non-Zionist or even anti-Zionist, finding conflict of interest between Israel and the US, and more importantly, usually resolving the conflict in favor of Israel, and so, it is a perfectly reasonable question to pose whether there is a conflict of interest for a government representative.
This should not even need to be stated. Cardin is an elected representative of the US government who, like other Jewish congressmen, has taken this job to serve the people of the US, to the exclusion of all other princes and potentates. We have 1000s of examples of Jews in government who continually place the interests of Israel above those of the US.
I am going to call a spade a spade in no uncertain terms.
If you are a Jew in the US government, I assert that you do have to prove that your loyalties lie with the US.
I am disappointed that it has to be so, but by your actions over the last 70 years and beyond, you have demonstrated that we cannot take your patriotism at face value. There is a point where the word “canard” is no longer an appropriate response, and your cult passed that point many years ago. Bernie Sanders is frequently hailed as putting the US over Israel, and yet even he had conniptions in his town hall meeting when someone called out the crimes of Israel, and he got into angry retorts in support of Israel. The fact that there is such a visceral reaction when Israel is challenged, says that we cannot take their patriotism at face value.
My above statement can potentially be categorized as anti-semitic and I would not have been able to post this at Mondoweiss or almost any jewish site despite their protestations of being America-firsters, since I am demonstrating collectivism by condemning all American Jews in government rather than individuals. I will argue, however, that if you are unable to find too many exceptions to the rule, then collectivism is justified.
It is no longer appropriate or patriotic for the rest of us to assume political correctness and restrain ourselves from calling it as we see it for fear of “offending” the guilty. I believe that Jews in this country have given up the right to be offended for being questioned about their dual loyalty – in fact their loyalty has been demonstrated to be singular and it has not been for the US.
When a man like Adelson can bemoan the fact that he served in the US armed forces rather than the IDF and is still able to function as a privileged elite who shepherds our politicians to do his bidding for Israel, against the best interests of the US, then the gloves have to come off and we need to call him a traitorous vermin.
When a man like Shumer, who draws a salary and benefits paid for by our taxes to represent the interests of his state and of this country, declares that his role is to be a “guardian” for the foreign nation of Israel, then he should be stripped off his job as senator and ostracized as the traitor that he is.
When people like Joe Lieberman can take this nation to war for Israel, sacrificing the blood of our children and the prosperity and prestige of our nation, and then traipses away to a luxurious retirement, while still lobbying for Israel, we should be able to strip him of all the wealth that he has acquired during his lifetime in that pursuit and emigrate his sorry ass to the Israel that he holds so dear.
And while I am on this rant, I don’t spare the non-Jews like McCain who has aided and abetted these treasonous Jews to do what they have done and been their mouthpiece in the destruction of this great nation. People like him should be lined against a wall and shot, because we are at war with Israel, and he has been a traitor to this nation and caused it great harm.
So, fuck you if you are offended when we ask you if you are loyal to the US or loyal to Israel. Unlike for the rest of us, that answer is neither obvious nor one that can be taken at face value.
America – love it or leave it. That phrase from the past should still be employed today. I would love for a Joe McCarthy to reappear today and ask Cardin: Do you now, or have you ever, placed the interests of Israel above those of the US?. If his mouth moved, he would be lying.
Sorry for the long post – I guess I have been bottling up that rant for a while…
Chutzpah! A word invented to illustrate the exhibitionism and audacity of jewish bullshit.
They wear their ‘chutzpah’ with sneering pride. Yet at the end of the day, it’s this very excessive chutzpah that will be their downfall.
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