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The anti American Left and Islamofascism

Old Feb 17th 2007, 12:08 am
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Editorial to be published Feb 20 , 2007


"Venezuela's defense minister said Thursday that the nation would
reinforce security measures after a branch of al Qaeda called for
attacks on suppliers of oil to the United States," Reuters reports
from Caracas. But one Venezuelan official isn't worried:

Luis Cabrera, a military adviser to the president, earlier had
questioned the authenticity of the threat in comments published by
local media.

He said it was illogical that "al Qaeda, which is against North
American imperialism, would go against a state that is fighting,
though in a different way, against that hegemony."

Cabrera may be right that al Qaeda views Hugo Chavez's Venezuela as a
de facto ally and thus fairly low on its hit list. But what's
interesting about his comment is how he ascribes his own ideology to
the terror group. As we noted in September, Chavez himself, speaking
before the U.N. General Assembly, slyly claimed the 9/11 attacks as an
example of "rising up against American imperialism."

In truth, al Qaeda's leaders do not see themselves fundamentally as
fighting against "American imperialism," much less for Third World
socialism. Theirs is a movement based in religion; their grievance
against America is infidelity, not imperialism.

There is a certain ideological parochialism among many on the hard
left (and some on the right, if the reviews of Dinesh D'Souza's new
book are accurate). For them, al Qaeda is essentially an inkblot.
Recall Michael Moore's immediate reaction to 9/11: He was flummoxed
that al Qaeda would attack a part of the country that had not
supported George W. Bush--as if the only motive for the attack that he
could understand was American domestic politics. Or remember George
McGovern's analysis of a few years ago:

President Bush has said repeatedly that the terrorists hate us
because of our freedom. I don't believe that. The world's people have
always admired our freedom. What they don't like is the arrogance and
indifference to world opinion inherent in so much of our international
policy. Plenty of my fellow citizens don't like that either. I'm not
alone . . .

Note how McGovern equates "terrorists" with "the world's people," then
moves on quickly to "plenty of my fellow citizens" and finally to
himself. It seems he is simply unable to imagine someone seeing the
world through anything but a McGovernite prism.

After 9/11, we kept hearing: Why do they hate America? It's an
important question, but the inquiry is pointless if the only answer it
yields is: For the same reasons I do. Obviously!

Pelosi Wants Our Job
"The House of Representatives today plans to pass a nonbinding
resolution supporting U.S. soldiers in Iraq but opposing the
president's plan to send more combat troops to the war zone," the Los
Angeles Times reports:

The vote caps an historic week of debate, in which Democrats and
some Republicans have inveighed against the cost in lives and dollars
of President Bush's war in Iraq.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) said in an interview
Thursday that the House is reflecting the will of the American people,
70% of whom oppose the war.

Until now, she added, "the president has had a blank check--no
accountability, no responsibility. The days of the blank check are
over."

And the days of the nonbinding resolution have only just begun!

In an interview with Larry King the other night, Rudy Giuliani offered
some trenchant comments on all this nonsense:

Giuliani: We have a right of free speech in this country and we
elect people to make decisions.

Here's what I would prefer to see them do, though, if you ask me
what's my view on that. The non-binding resolution thing gets me more
than are you for it or against it. I have tremendous respect for the
people who feel that we either made a mistake going to war, who voted
against the war, who now have come to the conclusion, changed their
minds--they have every right to that--that it's wrong. You should, in
a dynamic situation, keep questioning.

What I don't like is the idea of a non-binding resolution.

King: Because?

Giuliani: Because there's no decision.

King: But it's a--making a--it's a statement.

Giuliani: Yes, but that's what you do. That's what Tim Russert
does. That's what Rush Limbaugh does. That's what you guys do, you
make comments. We pay them to make decisions, not just to make
comments. We pay them to decide. . . . And maybe it's because I, you
know, I ran a government and I tend to be a decisive person. I like
decisions. And I think one of the things wrong with Washington is they
don't want to make tough decisions anymore.

In fairness to our friends in Congress, what Giuliani is describing
here is partly just the nature of the institution. A body made up of
535 people can't possibly be "decisive" in the way that one man can.
Even if every member of Congress were as decisive as Giuliani, they
would still have to compromise in order to get anything done.

But the character of the institution does reflect itself in the
character of the individuals in it, either because they learn to
adjust or because the most successful lawmakers are those who master
the art of compromise.

Being president calls for a different set of skills and strengths than
being in Congress, and this may be why America has elected only three
sitting congressmen as president (Rep. James Garfield and Sens. Warren
Harding and John F. Kennedy). It's also why we're skeptical of all the
senators seeking the White House this time around, and why in our
estimation Giuliani has the best shot at being the next president."
 
Old Feb 17th 2007, 1:57 am
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"PJ O'Donovan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>
> Editorial to be published Feb 20 , 2007
>
>
> "Venezuela's defense minister said Thursday that the nation would
> reinforce security measures after a branch of al Qaeda called for
> attacks on suppliers of oil to the United States," Reuters reports
> from Caracas. But one Venezuelan official isn't worried:
>
> Luis Cabrera, a military adviser to the president, earlier had
> questioned the authenticity of the threat in comments published by
> local media.
>
> He said it was illogical that "al Qaeda, which is against North
> American imperialism, would go against a state that is fighting,
> though in a different way, against that hegemony."
>
> Cabrera may be right that al Qaeda views Hugo Chavez's Venezuela as a
> de facto ally and thus fairly low on its hit list. But what's
> interesting about his comment is how he ascribes his own ideology to
> the terror group. As we noted in September, Chavez himself, speaking
> before the U.N. General Assembly, slyly claimed the 9/11 attacks as an
> example of "rising up against American imperialism."
>
> In truth, al Qaeda's leaders do not see themselves fundamentally as
> fighting against "American imperialism," much less for Third World
> socialism. Theirs is a movement based in religion; their grievance
> against America is infidelity, not imperialism.
>
> There is a certain ideological parochialism among many on the hard
> left (and some on the right, if the reviews of Dinesh D'Souza's new
> book are accurate). For them, al Qaeda is essentially an inkblot.
> Recall Michael Moore's immediate reaction to 9/11: He was flummoxed
> that al Qaeda would attack a part of the country that had not
> supported George W. Bush--as if the only motive for the attack that he
> could understand was American domestic politics.


Goodness next he'll be telling us that it's not israel at all. And how 6m
died inWWII and other fairy tales. Actually the towers were a target as
heavily populated and owned by jews/zionists/israeli groups so that it
followed their (the arabs) declared policy of seeking out jewish targets.

Of course this idiots besides still quoting the old be kind to jews week
because of the false inflated figure of 6m to entitle themselves to extra
sympathy and co-operation. And mainly the old are you going to believe me or
your eyes and ears. No not stupid, but still treating us like we all are.

But he is jewish/zionist/israeli so speaks out boldly and loudly no matter
how anti christian. And it is anti christian to lie to obhtain support for
policies that are good only for jewish/zionist/israeli interests and leaves
the other 98% of the American population paying with lives, national fortune
and goodwill to please, enrich and idolize any further 2% of the
population??


And so also to embarrassed to bring up to our jewish friends and associates
the nasty things like why did a leering IDF soldier receive no punishment
for running over a defenceless unarmed American girl (
http://www.thenausea.com/elements/thenotforgotten/rachel/index.html)after
all the screaming and yelling for one of theirs (Yankel Rosenbaum)???
http://www.nydailynews.com/front/story/79400p-72974c.html

In fact to make you wonder Rachel is not even mentioned in the American
media or pols, although you can see plenty of israelis obtaining favor by
use of the media like the NCIS show they are dear little israelis that
should be protected and helped by americans in NCIS which should make all a
little more reluctant to bring up the subject of howcome you do that to one
of us ? Not to mention Uss Liberty where the sailors must be burning up to
see how openly the media can use them while shit on them and win favor for
the israelis?? Easy isnt it?? (http://www.ussliberty.com/challenge.htm )


AND THEY COMPLAINED ABOUT LONDONS LORD MAYOR???
Everyone please go here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK2xKURltqE&search=israelis%20

Yes and you have no quarrel with the US?
They dont have to, they use their army to shoot, run over and mistreat
physically and sexually helpless children. What can a Palestinian do when
the mighty money contributing yanks cannot protect their citizens.

http://www.thenausea.com/elements/thenotforgotten/rachel/index.html
http://edition.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/meast/03/16/rafah.death/
http://www.nydailynews.com/front/story/79400p-72974c.html
One guy gets 10 years, the other gets a raise and promotion??

http://electronicintifada.net/cgi-bin/artman/exec/view.cgi/7/1248




http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/01AA7ECA-7018-447B-A10D-9E4139D4788A.
htm
_
American and Australian shot by Israelis
Chris McGreal talks to the relatives of three British and American victims
http://www.guardian.co.uk/israel/Story/0,2763,1066817,00.html
http://edition.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/meast/03/16/rafah.death/
http://www.guardian.co.uk/israel/Story/0,2763,1066817,00.html
http://www.rachelcorrie.org/

http://www.thenausea.com/elements/thenotforgotten/rachel/index.html

http://www.guardian.co.uk/israel/Story/0,2763,916299,00.html
http://www.omjp.org/rachelphotos.html

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8853425952359751341&q=Palestinian+p
eople
http://mindprod.com/politics/israel.html
http://www.nogw.com/israeliatrocities.html
http://www.palestinefacts.org/index.php
http://www.palestinechronicle.com/story-2003112917164320.htm
http://thirdworldtraveler.com/Israel/IsraelsTortureBan.html
http://www.uruknet.info/?p=m25048&l=i&size=1&hd=0
http://www.washington-report.org/backissues/0197/9701007.htm

AND THEY COMPLAINED ABOUT LONDONS LORD MAYOR???
Everyone please go here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK2xKURltqE&search=israelis%20



Christian homes being knocked down???
The new homes were built by a group of limited income Palestinian Christian
families who banded together as the Arab Orthodox Housing Project to build a
new life. They obtained a 99-year lease from their Church, the Greek
Orthodox Church, 22 years ago and then began the agonizing process of
organizing and saving enough money to start construction.

"We were renters for 40 years," Dalal Awad, a mother of five told me. "We
saved for 22 years and built this home with our neighbors. It cost $42,000.
We built it with our hearts, our own labor. Now the Israelis want to kill
our dream."
http://sf.indymedia.org/news/2003/05/1607911.php


(Wanderer, Oct. 12, 1989, p. 7; National Review, March 16, 1992, p. S-5).

Israeli soldiers can beat up a priest on the West Bank, then shoot up his
church during Mass, and only the Catholic press takes note...If Christians
had done such a thing to a synagogue, anywhere, it would have been
front-page news, everywhere. (Wanderer, Oct. 12, 1989, p. 7; National
Review, March 16, 1992, p. S-5).

Farmers harassed and shot in israel
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/3757004.stm
http://www.itszone.co.uk/zone0/viewtopic.php?tS042


Zionist settler deliberately hits and kills Palestinian old man
http://www.palestine-info.co.uk/am/publish/article_3293.shtml
http://www.palestine-info.co.uk/am/publish/article_3396.shtml
http://judicial-inc.biz/School_shooting.htm

AND THEY COMPLAINED ABOUT LONDONS LORD MAYOR???
Everyone please go here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vK2xKURltqE&search=israelis%20




http://groups.google.com/group/alt.politics.nationalism.white/msg/20deae4bed
c378ab?q=&rnum=1



Marlon Brando.

http://www.theunjustmedia.com/ben%20stein%20on%20jewish%20media%20control.ht
m
WARNING To People in Austria; Belgium; France; Germany;
Israel; Spain and Switzerland. You can be fined, imprisoned or both for
discussing the topics set forth in this article.

The Jews declared war against Germany
On March 24, 1933, the Jewish World Congress, then under the leadership of
Chaim Weizman, declared war on Germany on behalf of the Jews of the world.
http://www.corax.org/revisionism/misc/encampment.html

Like the yanks who rounded up all Japs and Germans?

Immediately after Japan declared war on the United States of America, the
order was issued to round up all Americans of Japanese ancestry and imprison
them in large camps.
http://www.corax.org/revisionism/misc/encampment.html




CPT Hebron Chronology
February 1995 - September 2003
February-March 1995
Wendy Lehman and Kathleen Kern go on a fact finding tour of the West Bank,
Gaza and Israel, talking to Palestinians, Israelis and internationals who
are working for human rights and for peace. They make several trips down to
Hebron. After they talk to the Public Relations Director of the Hebron
municipality about CPT's work in Haiti, she tells them that such a team is
exactly what Hebron needs. http://www.cpt.org/hebron/HebChronology.htm

http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/talmud.htm

http://www.iahushua.com/JQ/talmud.html
http://www3.stormfront.org/jewish/talmud.html
I would point out that stormfront is the only critical of the Talmud.
Like the holocaust no non jew cared enough to really study the matter till
we found our freedoms encroached and our lives threatened by the Talmud
driven jews.
http://stormfront.org/jewish/talmud.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talmud
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Judaism/talmud_&_mishna.html
NEWS YOU WON'T FIND ON CNN

http://informationclearinghouse.info/article12642.htm
George Galloway: Israel is a Terrorist State
http://kurtnimmo.com/?pP8

Israeli Terrorism In Pictures
http://informationclearinghouse.info/article14273.ht


http://www.masada2000.org/list-TUVWXYZ.html

THE ZIONIST PROTECTION RACKET.
http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID940

He escaped and fled to Israel only to discover that the anti Semitism and
bombings had been engineered by his fellow Zionists to dupe Iraqi Jews into
going to Israel. An ancient community was deprived of its wealth and reduced
to second-class citizen status in Israel, replacing Palestinian labor. See
my "Zionists Double Crossed Iraqi Jews"

http://www.savethemales.ca/000889.html
http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID940
http://www.lastsuperpower.net/docs/nzc6backgroundtocollaboration

In a letter to the conference host, UNESCO Director-General Koichiro
Matsuura, the protesters said the Wiesenthal center, "under the deceitful
cover of the struggle against anti-Semitism, is on the contrary
encouraging intolerance and racism in our societies."

Jon and David Kimche
http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v13/v13n4p29_Weber.html
The SS was particularly enthusiastic in its support for Zionism. An
internal June 1934 SS position paper urged active and wide-ranging support
for Zionism by the government and the Party as the best way to encourage
emigration of Germany's Jews to Palestine.

The Jewish Agency delegation headed by Golda Meir (Meirson) ignored a
German
offer to allow Jews to emigrate to other countries for $250 a head, and
the
other Jewish groups made no effort to influence the United States and the
32 other countries attending the conference to allow immigration of German
and Austrian Jews.

http://www.jews-for-allah.org/Jews-not-for-Judaism/Jews-who-helped-nazis-hit
ler.htm


Reviewed by Sara Powell
It's no secret that Zionism embraced political expediency to advance
the cause of carving Eretz-Israel from the land of its native
inhabitants. In his 1983 book, Zionism in the Age of the Dictators,
Lenni Brenner shows that 20th century Zionists observed shockingly few
limits to that expediency. Not surprisingly, the book received little
coverage in the American media.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1569802351/103-1175775-5239804?v=glance&n=2
83155
http://www.counterpunch.org/brenner05252005.html
http://sf.indymedia.org/news/2002/12/1553622.php
http://www.marxists.de/middleast/brenner/index.htm

Now, in 51 Documents, Brenner has compiled a wide variety of letters,
statements, articles, and judgements?some of which appeared in his
earlier book?by a broad array of activists and authors, that documents
Zionist
cooperration with the Nazis.

On the face of it, the notion seems absurd. However, Brenner
presents the case?made in many Zionists? own words?that the Nazi
agenda of expelling the Jews from Germany fit nicely with the Zionist
plan for enticing those Jews into settling in Palestine and creating a
new Jewish nation.

In addition to introductory and concluding chapters, the book is
organized into five sections which lead the reader through early,
pre-Zionist documents; pre-Holocaust ideological factions; the
Holocaust era itself; and a chapter on the Stern Gang and the Nazis.

Readers should note that a few documents are not indicative of
collaboration in and of themselves, but provide the background to
others written in response.

These latter do indicate levels of collaboration between Zionists and
fascists, both the Nazis in Germany, and those in Mussolini's Italy.
Brenner's brief explanatory notes at the beginning of each document
are helpful, as are the glossary and index.

51 Documents assumes a certain knowledge of Zionist history, and
requires a close reading and some deconstructive efforts on the part
of the reader. Those willing to commit the time and effort, however,
are rewarded with some stunning revelations. The reason some Zionists
eschewed the boycott against Hitler?s Germany, for instance, is that
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-060706mideast,1,7895295.story?c
oll=chi-news-hed&ctrack=1&cset=true
they had a financial deal?Ha'avara?with Germany allowing Jews to
exchange their wealth for goods to be exported to Palestine at less of
a loss, as an incentive to emigrate. Those wondering why Zionists
today are so organized and experienced in their public relations
efforts discover that these battles have been fought before. Moreover,
the section on Nazi and Zionist understandings of 'nationality' versus
citizenship reveals how German and Israeli practices are based on the
same concept.

51 Documents also sheds a whole new light on the term Holocaust
guilt, frequently understood to mean Western, non-Jewish guilt for
not acting against the Holocaust earlier. However, these documents
make it clear that Holocaust guilt began with those Zionists who made
the undoubtedly difficult, but politically expedient choice to place
Eretz-Israel at the top of their priorities, above the lives of their
threatened European brethren.

From a Zionist Executive Meeting speech by Yitzhak Gruenbaum on Feb.
18, 1943:

And when some asked me: Can't you give money from Keren Ha Yesod
(Palestine Foundation Fund) to save Jews in the Diaspora? I said:
?No! And again I say no....And, because of these things, people
called me an anti-Semite, and concluded that I'm guilty, for the fact
that we don't give ourselves completely to rescue actions.(p. 211)

However difficult it may be, the reader must confront some rather
disturbing conclusions. The most unsettling realization for this
reviewer is that pre-Holocaust Zionists were able to politically align
themselves with the Nazis because both groups fundamentally saw race
as an important dividing line?and, moreover, were determined to keep
it that way.


The most notorious case of Nazi-Zionist collaboration is
that involving Rudolf Kastner.

Most Jewish people have never heard of Rudolf Kastner.
Those who have, are generally under the impression that
there is some "controversy" about negotiations he undertook
for "the purchase of Jewish lives for money and military
equipment," but that he was "fully rehabilitated" by the
Supreme Court of Israel.

The Accusations

Briefly, the accusations against Kastner are as follows:

Dr. Rudolf Verba, a Doctor of Science now serving at the
British Medical Research Council, was one of the few
escapees from Auschwitz. In his memoirs published in
February, 1961, in the London Daily Herald, he wrote:

I am a Jew. In spite of that - indeed because of that -
I accuse certain Jewish leaders of one of the most ghastly
deeds of the war.


While I was prisoner number 44070 at Auschwitz - the number is still on my
arm


Eichmann not only agreed, but dressed Kastner up in S.S.
uniform and took him to Belsen to trace some of his friends.







Or remember George
> McGovern's analysis of a few years ago:
>
> President Bush has said repeatedly that the terrorists hate us
> because of our freedom. I don't believe that. The world's people have
> always admired our freedom. What they don't like is the arrogance and
> indifference to world opinion inherent in so much of our international
> policy. Plenty of my fellow citizens don't like that either. I'm not
> alone . . .
>
> Note how McGovern equates "terrorists" with "the world's people," then
> moves on quickly to "plenty of my fellow citizens" and finally to
> himself. It seems he is simply unable to imagine someone seeing the
> world through anything but a McGovernite prism.
>
> After 9/11, we kept hearing: Why do they hate America? It's an
> important question, but the inquiry is pointless if the only answer it
> yields is: For the same reasons I do. Obviously!
>
> Pelosi Wants Our Job
> "The House of Representatives today plans to pass a nonbinding
> resolution supporting U.S. soldiers in Iraq but opposing the
> president's plan to send more combat troops to the war zone," the Los
> Angeles Times reports:
>
> The vote caps an historic week of debate, in which Democrats and
> some Republicans have inveighed against the cost in lives and dollars
> of President Bush's war in Iraq.
>
> House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) said in an interview
> Thursday that the House is reflecting the will of the American people,
> 70% of whom oppose the war.
>
> Until now, she added, "the president has had a blank check--no
> accountability, no responsibility. The days of the blank check are
> over."
>
> And the days of the nonbinding resolution have only just begun!
>
> In an interview with Larry King the other night, Rudy Giuliani offered
> some trenchant comments on all this nonsense:
>
> Giuliani: We have a right of free speech in this country and we
> elect people to make decisions.
>
> Here's what I would prefer to see them do, though, if you ask me
> what's my view on that. The non-binding resolution thing gets me more
> than are you for it or against it. I have tremendous respect for the
> people who feel that we either made a mistake going to war, who voted
> against the war, who now have come to the conclusion, changed their
> minds--they have every right to that--that it's wrong. You should, in
> a dynamic situation, keep questioning.
>
> What I don't like is the idea of a non-binding resolution.
>
> King: Because?
>
> Giuliani: Because there's no decision.
>
> King: But it's a--making a--it's a statement.
>
> Giuliani: Yes, but that's what you do. That's what Tim Russert
> does. That's what Rush Limbaugh does. That's what you guys do, you
> make comments. We pay them to make decisions, not just to make
> comments. We pay them to decide. . . . And maybe it's because I, you
> know, I ran a government and I tend to be a decisive person. I like
> decisions. And I think one of the things wrong with Washington is they
> don't want to make tough decisions anymore.
>
> In fairness to our friends in Congress, what Giuliani is describing
> here is partly just the nature of the institution. A body made up of
> 535 people can't possibly be "decisive" in the way that one man can.
> Even if every member of Congress were as decisive as Giuliani, they
> would still have to compromise in order to get anything done.
>
> But the character of the institution does reflect itself in the
> character of the individuals in it, either because they learn to
> adjust or because the most successful lawmakers are those who master
> the art of compromise.
>
> Being president calls for a different set of skills and strengths than
> being in Congress, and this may be why America has elected only three
> sitting congressmen as president (Rep. James Garfield and Sens. Warren
> Harding and John F. Kennedy). It's also why we're skeptical of all the
> senators seeking the White House this time around, and why in our
> estimation Giuliani has the best shot at being the next president."
>
 
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