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People Vs. AIPAC: Mighty Pro-Israel Lobby Loses Grip in US – Sputnik

March 20, 2016 9:52 pm
Well if you absolutely had to vote,  which fascist would you vote for? Remember when you were singing Gen Sisi praises in the second revolution and all for his imprisoning  the actually duly elected President and slaughtering the Muslim Brotherhood. protestors?  I said he was a common thug who would  make himself president. Where I saw your typical ME despot and thug you saw an Egyptian hero who would be good for the Egyptian 'people.' Whether Trump as a fascist would be good for the American 'people' or not we don't know---but we sure as hell know the other fascist wouldnt be good for the American people. People will choose even a fascist if they think he will be good for whatever their own wants and desires are ------even though they get fooled most of the time.
March 20, 2016 8:37 pm
Campus Anti-Semitism Prompts New York Lawmakers To Slash Funds – News – Forward.com  New York State Senate has voted to slash $485 million in funding to senior colleges in the City University of New York system to “send a message” that not done enough to fight campus anti-Semitism. On March 14, a state budget resolution championed by Republicans passed after a sprawling 2-hour debate on the Senate floor, Capital New York reports. Source: Campus Anti-Semitism Prompts New York Lawmakers To Slash Funds – News – Forward.com   Still doesn't look like a demise to me....AIPAC is more than just 'aipac', its all  of them. America is being 'dismantled.' Only taken Jewish- Zio-dom 70 years to dismantle it....Wall Street dollar by dollar, colleges by college, media by media, politician by politician, courts by court,, freedoms by freedom, economics by economics .......poof!.....  I thought listening to Hillary today how easily people are fooled... Hillary is fascism, Cruz and Rubio are fascism----the people behind them are fascism-----but the poor dumb sheep don't get it because its sold to them as democracy, liberalism and diversity----with a free gift basket for every voter.
March 20, 2016 9:56 pm
These two comments are priceless...lol' Ossinev March 20, 2016, 9:10 am It is reported that Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton hosted a pre AIPAC conference dinner for special invitees during which she gave a 20 minute address to the ticket only guests regarding the race for the White House and the importance of Israel in the ongoing debate. Tickets were reported to cost from $20,000 upwards with top table tickets going for around $100,000 and all of the proceeds going to her election campaign. 'During her speech Mrs Clinton launched a stinging attack on her likely Republican rival for the Presidency Mr Donald Trump. " Donald Trump has said time and time again that if elected he will put the interests of America and the American people before all others. This is an outrageous and abhorrent position bordering on Anti – Semitism. It is not so much a question of throwing Israel under a bus. Mr Trump is proposing to throw Israel under a train. If elected I can assure you that I will rightfully put the interests of Israel and the Israeli people before all others including America and the American people. If elected from my first day in office I will pursue those interests as a priority and plan to meet my dear friend and political ally Mr Benjamin Netanyahu within a few days of my inauguration to discuss how Israel`s interests can best be served , including the question of annual American financial support for Israel and the Israeli people which at a measly $3 billion is clearly in need of a significant boost " She is reported to have received 40 standing ovations during her 20 minute speech Satire: http://dailycurrant.com kalithea March 20, 2016, 2:43 pm Hillary will never say what’s really on her mind: power at any price even if it’s America at the beck and call of Zionism. And to the black community she’s really saying: Look only at what I’m promising and what I tell you you’ve benefitted from, but don’t look at all that I helped to deprive you of and all that I’ll fail to do for you once I get what I’ve been after since my husband left office, because I’ll exploit your desperation if I have to; to get what I’ve been after for too long and you and the Lobby are my ticket there.  
March 20, 2016 8:43 pm
;; he's seen fit to blacklist various people(O'Keefe,Atzmon,Weir etc.) within the pro-Palestine movement. They must kill everyone who tells the WHOLE truth---->that Israel kills Palestine by its control of the US.
March 20, 2016 2:26 pm
Max,Phil and crew have been announcing the demise of AIPAC and the turning away of US Jews from Israel for the past 10 years. Yet the US is ready to now increase Israeli aid to 5 billion and 3/4 of congress and at least three US Presidential candidates are speaking at AIPAC's convention. Doesn't look like a demise to me.
March 20, 2016 10:14 pm
Have to give Max some credit.....follower his twitter for the March Against AIPAC in DC...looks strong and rowdy...started out at WH and marched to AIPAC front door.. https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal  

Countering Israel’s ‘Firewall’–A Call for the Formation of a New Political Party – Richard Edmondson/Veterans Today

March 20, 2016 3:08 pm
'' ''Sick but true. If it was framed as taking much needed money out of the pockets of desperate Americans living in poverty it would have a greater effect in my opinion."……..] Said it a million times. To get people to 'take action' it must be made 'personal'. The public sees and hears hundreds of 'appeals' to help this and that horror and injustice every single day---they are deluged with these appeals. So they give a few dollars but they don't get 'actively involved. To get them to 'do something' they have to believe THEY are being treated unjustly' ..being stolen from, cheated and so on.
March 20, 2016 2:52 pm
'' They were surprised at how much poverty and crumbling infrastructure they saw. '' I could elaborate on this but will  just say unless people get out and travel the country side and back roads they cant understand that its not just the 'cities' and highly populated areas and infrastructure that are rotting away, its every where.

Do Jewish Grandchildren Solve Trump’s Israel Problem? – Ron Kampeas/Foreign Policy

March 16, 2016 5:12 pm
All I want if he is elected is for Netanyahu and the US Jews to really 'piss him off.'

Orthodox Jews Set Sights on N.J. Town and Angry Residents Resist – Elise Young/Bloomberg Business

March 16, 2016 12:33 am
Bornajoo Wasn't it the Orthodox of the Jews that were the subject of the Pottsville exposé  ?

The Blessed Bigotry of Mr Trump – Israel Shamir/The Unz Review

March 15, 2016 8:16 pm
Further.... ''Your reaction to the Justice's comment is itself choking on PC "crap" and resentment. I mean for Pete's sake, American, what is wrong with saying that you have a sentimental connection to your ethnic brothers and sisters?'' There is nothing wrong with having sentimental connections to one's ethnic brothers, as long as it IS kept out of one professional duties. But ---ONCE AGAIN---that was not the point...the point was Obama's 90% rate of ethnic identity, recent immigrants and Jewish persons appointments and his staff. THAT is not even arguable---its a matter of record. And it is not a matter of WASP vs shaded minorities---its a matter of constitutional interigy. Its further a matter of all those who flock to and clamor to get in the US and then--not having had the whatever it takes to change or improve their own former countries---decide they can --despite not having been able to improve that former country -- improve the US. They are well on the way to getting what they ask for, intentionally or unintentionally---a salad bowl of conflicting interest as opposed to the melting pot of common interest. You are seeing the blowback to that now in Trump..the 73% of America that is still non ethnics having been looking at government and the liberals for two decades and not seeing themselves represented any where in it. And as much as 'others' try to paint this ' not represented' as having to do with white supremacy, its no such thing for the majority--its for them about the government of the nation their welfare depends on . One would have to have the I.Q of a cabbage not to see where this 'ethnic' crap ..yes 'crap' ...is headed. You of all people, being where you are, seeing the ethnic/ religious divide created by rulers in the ME , should understand what I am saying.       ''
March 15, 2016 9:51 pm
 '' Sean, When I first saw 'the pattern' of Obama's appointments and staff I  attributed it to the Jewish influence that had supported his career and helped put him in office. Then I also began to see, correctly I think, that he identified 'emotionally with the Jew's travails as victims of the white  Anglo Saxons as blacks had been. Regarding your idea that Obama seems to be more white in his coolness and thinking there is something very interesting you should read. https://obamaprincetonthesis.wordpress.com/ Michelle Obama's college thesis ''Earlier in my college career, there was no doubt in my mind that as a member of the Black community I was somehow obligated to this community and would utilize all of my present and future resources to benefit this community first and foremost. My experiences at Princeton have made me far more aware of my Blackness" than ever before. I have found that at Princeton no matter how liberal and open-minded some of my White professors and classmates try to be toward me, I sometimes feel like a visitor on campus; as if I really don’t belong. Regardless of the circumstances underwhich I interact with Whites at Princeton, it often seems as if, to them, I will always be Black first and a student second. These experiences have made it apparent to me that the path I have chosen to follow by attending Princeton will likely lead to my further integration and/or assimilation into a White cultural and social structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society; never becoming a full participant. This realization has presently, made my goals to actively utilize my resources to benefit the Black community more desirable.'' SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS The original hypotheses of the study as demonstrated earlier by the causal models in diagram 1, stated that time  would have a positive relationship to the dependent variables such that the more respondents began spending time  with Blacks, the more they would become attached to Black  individuals and the Black community in several respects; and the more respondents began spending time with Whites, the more they would be attached to Whites in several respects.  The findings as demonstrated by the revised causal models below in diagrams 2 and 3, were not far off from these original hypotheses. I began this study questioning my own attitudes as a future alumnus. I wondered whether or not my education at  Princeton would affect my identification with the Black community. I hoped that these findings would help me conclude  that despite the high degree of identification with Whites  as a result of the educational and occupational path that Black Princeton alumni follow, the alumni would still maintain a certain level of identification with the Black community. However, these findings do not support this possibility.'' This should help you make the connection between the black Obama and the white Obama as in who he chooses, as I said, to surround himself with and appoint to offices. Findings show that some respondents did experience a change in their attitudes over the periods of time indicated in this study. By studying respondents who did change, it was shown that respondents’ experiences while attending Princeton caused their identification with Blacks and the Black community to increase as their’ identification with Whites and the White community decreased. However, after Princeton, respondents’ experienced the opposite change in attitude; their identification with Blacks and the Black community decreased as their identification with Whites and   64   the White community increased. Thus, these findings suggest that respondents who experience change as a result of their Princeton experiences are likely to identify less with Blacks and the Black community in comparison to Whites and the Whites community.   It is important to note that it is impossible for me to generalize these findings for all Black Princeton alumni be- cause the sample for this study was much too small to make any kind of generalizations. Therefore, I am only able to draw conclusions from these findings for the respondents to my questionnaire.   What is left to be done now is a further examination of this issue to determine if a Princeton education has unique effects on Blacks or if the effects are common for all col- lege-educated Blacks in general. It is my belief that such a study should be undertaken by developing a new question- naire to be distributed to Black alumni of several different types of universities. Such a study could prove to be inva-     https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/05/09/remarks-first-lady-tuskegee-university-commencement-address https://obamaprincetonthesis.wordpress.com/ Earlier in my college career, there was no doubt in my mind that as a member of the Black community I was somehow obligated to this community and would utilize all of my present and future resources to benefit this community first and foremost. My experiences at Princeton have made me far more aware of my "Blackness" than ever before. I have found that at Princeton no matter how liberal and open-minded some of my White professors and classmates try to be toward me, I sometimes feel like a visitor on campus; as if I really don’t belong. Regardless of the circumstances underwhich I interact with Whites at Princeton, it often seems as if, to them, I will always be Black first and a student second. These experiences have made it apparent to me that the path I have chosen to follow by attending Princeton will likely lead to my further integration and/or assimilation into a White cultural and social structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society; never becom- 3 ing a full participant. This realization has presently, made my goals to actively utilize my resources to benefit the Black community more desirable   The motivation to benefit the Black community is also in- fluenced by time (see table 13). The more respondents in- creased the time they spent with Blacks the more motivated they became to benefit the Black community; and the more the respondents spent time with Whites, the more unmotivated the respondents became to benefit the Black community.   However, once again, this relationship was very weak for the same relationship in the Prin-to-Post Table 24.1. My speculation for this finding is based on the possibil- ity that a separationist is more likely to have a realistic impression of the plight of the Black lower class because of the likelihood that a separationist is more closely associ- ated with the Black lower class than are integrationist. By actually working with the Black lower class or within their communities as a result of their ideologies, a separationist may better understand the desparation of their situation and feel more hopeless about a resolution as opposed to an inte- grationist who is ignorant to their plight.   SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS The original hypotheses of the study as demonstrated ear- lier by the causal models in diagram 1, stated that time would have a positive relationship to the dependent vari- ables such that the more respondents began spending time with Blacks, the more they would become attached to Black individuals and the Black community in several respects; and the more respondents began spending time with Whites, the more they would be attached to Whites in several respects. The findings as demonstrated by the revised causal models below in diagrams 2 and 3, were not far off from these orig- inal hypotheses I began this study questionning my own attitudes as a fu- ture alumnus. I wondered whether or not my education at Princeton would affect my identification with the Black com- munity. I hoped that these findings would help me conclude that despite the high degree of identification with Whites as a result of the educational and occupational path that Black Princeton alumni follow, the alumni would still main- tain a certain level of identification with the Black commu- nity. However, these findings do not support this possibil- ity. Findings show that some respondents did experience a change in their attitudes over the periods of time indicated in this study. By studying respondents who did change, it was shown that respondents’ experiences while attending Princeton caused their identification with Blacks and the Black community to increase as their’ identification with Whites and the White community decreased. However, after Princeton, respondents’ experienced the opposite change in attitude; their identification with Blacks and the Black community decreased as their identification with Whites and 64 the White community increased. Thus, these findings suggest that respondents who experience change as a result of their Princeton experiences are likely to identify less with Blacks and the Black community in comparison to Whites and the Whites community. It is important to note that it is impossible for me to generalize these findings for all Black Princeton alumni be- cause the sample for this study was much too small to make any kind of generalizations. Therefore, I am only able to draw conclusions from these findings for the respondents to my questionnaire. What is left to be done now is a further examination of this issue to determine if a Princeton education has unique effects on Blacks or if the effects are common for all col- lege-educated Blacks in general. It is my belief that such a study should be undertaken by developing a new question- naire to be distributed to Black alumni of several different types of universities. Such a study could prove to be inva-
March 16, 2016 12:20 am
'' '' American, By your own logic, every wte American President who has ever appointed a white Justice is also an ethno-racist bastard.'' Nope I don't make up my own logic to suit my own ideology.  I do the research before I give my opinion. Use this to view appointments. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Justices_of_the_Supreme_Court_of_the_United_States Not since 1939 has  any president except Nixon who had two appointments appointed strictly white Protestants . Kennedy appointed one Jew, one Gentile Johnson appointed one Jew, one Gentile Reagan appointed 2 Catholics even though he wasn't one. Clinton appointed 2 Jews. Bush I appointed the black Clarence Thomas. Bush II appointed two Catholics even though he was some kind of born again Christian. Depending on who Obama appoints he may be three for three on not appointing anyone 'unlike himself or his friends'. By my count  most of the 'white ethnocentric bastards' were more 'inclusive or diverse than Obama has been.  
March 15, 2016 9:21 pm
 '' seanmcbride says: March 15, 2016 at 4:21 pm American, If you want to make the case that Barack Obama is invested in black identity politics — and that he has been promoting a black agenda that is in conflict with white interests and white identity politics >>>>>>>> I didn't say that he was invested in advancing black identity politics--I said he was racist....as in he has demonstrated by who he chooses to  surround himself with --some 'grudge against' and 'distrust of  white or gentile Americans. ..there is a difference in covert and overt racism. If, in his thinking he does not trust  white America to do the right thing then that can be racist itself.--->..*CONSIDERING THAT THE US is still 73% white and put him in the US WH  not once but twice*.  What more good faith does white America have to offer or prove?----if its any more than that Obama  will never get it.
March 15, 2016 8:00 pm
  First.... ''choosing justices that somewhat resonate with the zeitgeist of the time and with one's political ideology too'' We are (idealy) not suppose to choose Judges in line with anyones political ideology--that is the point. I think you would be singing a different tune if a Trump type was president and all his staff and appointments were white anglo saxon Christians whose 'sentiments' lay mostly with their own kind and had made similar statements...not to mention a Supreme gushing over Israel as an example of law.   And... '' You need to provide proof that while she was practicing the laws of the land, she became delinquent with her somber responsibility and made judgements with prejudice. Then you will have to also show that there is a constant pattern of prejudicial judgement in her work – and finally, you will have to show proof that Obama knew of these prejudices within the Justice before he selected her, and that he all along aimed to cynically utilize her ethnic bigotry to advance an anti-white agenda – a kind of ethnic nepotism.'' Actually I dont have to provide proof they have injected their ethnicness into their rulings---that was not the argument. My claim was that Obama has favored ethnic types in 90% of his adm and appointments---and that is a fact---go look up his staff and other appointments. If I, as a business owner got challenged on hiring more white workers and not hiring black workers --I would have to prove there were NO qualified blacks to explain away the discrepancy or be charged with discrimination. So explain Obama's discrepancy.