Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Pagan Asslibs and the "Trans"-pseudo-rabbis
1. JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT THE PAGAN ASSLIBS (ASSIMILATIONIST LIBERALS) OF THE US JEWISH COMMUNITY (AS WELL AS THE COMMIES FROM THE FORWARD) COULD NOT POSSIBLY GET ANY MORE IDIOTIC:
Meet the "transgendered" pseudo-rabbis!
In the next few years, the number of transgender rabbis in America is expected to double — from three to six.
The tiny cohort makes up a miniscule percentage of the rabbis graduating rabbinical school (sic), but these individuals have already played a big role in their respective seminaries to provoke conversations about gender and Judaism. They're also paving the way for more transgender rabbis to come….
The asslibs will no doubt soon be debating which bathrooms these trans-pseudo-rabbis need to use. I personally think they should be told to use fire hydrants.
If Bruce Jenner joins this pagan cult, would his genitals be usable as the Afikoman?
How 'bout if we eliminate all "gender reassignment" treatments and funding, take all the money saved, and use it for treatments that might take the tranny lobby and similar PC leftist twits and reassign them as earthlings?
2. The "Nakba" Debunked
by Steven Plaut
The world media are filled with Big Lies
about the "Nakba," the supposed "catastrophe"
and "ethnic cleansing" of Arabs when Israel was
created in 1948.
But now an interesting source has come
along to debunk this massive campaign of
Consider the following citation (emphasis
added): "The Arab armies seemingly entered
Palestine (in 1948) to protect the Palestinians
from the Zionist tyranny but, instead, they
abandoned them, forced them to emigrate and to
leave their homeland, imposed upon them a
political and ideological blockade and threw them
into prisons similar to the ghettos in which the
Jews used to live in Eastern Europe, as if we were
condemned to change places with them. The
Arab States succeeded in scattering the
Palestinian people and in destroying their unity."
OK, current events students, name the
source for that quote.
The answer is … (drumroll) … Abu Mazen
(Mahmoud Abbas), the "President" of the
Palestinian Authority, in an article he wrote in the
Beirut magazine Falastin el-Thawra, in March
1976 (cited in the weekly column by Ben Dror
Yemini in Maariv, May 27, 2011).
And that is not the only useful citation
from Abu Mazen. Last week the very same Abu
Mazen had an article in the NY Times, in which he
tells his own personal "Nakba" family story.
There he claims that the Jews expelled the Arabs
right after the UN's partition resolution of 1947
(which called for creating two new countries, a
Jewish and an Arab state, in the area of the
British Mandate). Abu Mazen writes that he and
his family were expelled (from Safed) to Syria and
forced to live there in an old canvas tent.
Well, Ben Dror Yemini does some
homework. The UN resolution, first of all, was in
November 1947. The battle for Safed took place
in May 1948. Second, Abu Mazen's family in
Safed was very wealthy, with more than enough
ready capital to coast along comfortably for quite
some time. But most significantly, Abu Mazen's
family went to Jordan, not Syria. Only much later
did they move to Damascus. In addition, Safed
Arabs fled in large part in 1948 because they
were expecting retaliation for the pogroms they
themselves had launched against the Jews of the
city in 1929.
And just who is the source for claiming
that Abu Mazen was lying through his fangs in
that NY Times piece?
Why, none other than Abu Mazen
himself, again! In 2009 he gave an interview to
the Palestinian Authority TV channel, telling of his
family's wealth and their move to Jordan.
Oh, and the same week, Haaretz, that
Palestinian newspaper published in Hebrew,
quotes one Ismail Fahr a-Din from the Golan
Druse village of Majdal Shams as claiming to
remember very clearly the Palestinian refugees
arriving in that town (back then still under Syrian
occupation). Only one itsy bitsy problem though.
Turns out the "witness" is 57 years old and so
was born six years after Israel's War of
More generally, I think that any time
anyone suggests that we need to empathize with
the "Nakba" of the "Palestinians," they should be
directed to contemplating East Prussia.
East Prussia, where in many ways World
War II began (in Hitler's campaign for Danzig),
was emptied out near the end of the war, with
hundreds of thousands of Germans fleeing the
approaching Red Army and with hundreds of
thousands more evicted after the Soviets pushed
through East Prussia into Berlin. In all, 1.8 to 2.2
million East Prussians were driven out or fled.
That is four times the number of "Palestinian
refugees" from 1948-49. Parts of East Prussia
were annexed by Russia, the rest being
incorporated into Poland.
And what about mourning for their
"catastrophe?" No one in the West has ever
believed East Prussians deserve any sympathy or
support or compensation for their "plight." They
were part of the German monstrosity that had
launched the war and they became refugees as a
direct result of the crimes and aggressions of the
German people, crimes they enthusiastically
endorsed and in which they participated. Exactly
like the circumstances under which "Palestinian
Arabs" became refugees as a result of launching a
genocidal war of aggression and then losing.
Think the "Palestinians" deserve
compassion? Sure, right after the East Prussians
are granted a "Right of Return."
3. Zionist students ordered not to wave Israeli flags at University of Haifa. You know, the same University of Haifa where the Law School prohibits the singing of Hatikva:
4. Makor Rishon over the weekend published a survey of the political views of Russian-Israelis, a huge and growing portion of the population.
The big news is the utter failure of the Left to make any inroads with them. Of Russian-Israelis claiming to have some political identification (most of them), 62% identify with the Likud, 30% with the Rightish party of Avigdor Lieberman, 7% with Bennett's party.
Only 4% identify with the Labor Party and none at all with Meretz.