Marxism Jewish Style. Marxism Infiltration of Jewish Religion


First this: Leo Rennert writes this blog at American Thinker

Sabotaging the U.S.-Israel Relationship

March 25, 2010

Two weeks ago, President Obama and his foreign policy team went bananas over Israeli plans, still awaiting final approval, to build more housing units in a nearly two-decade-old Jewish neighborhood in East Jerusalem. It didn’t matter that Prime Minister Netanyahu wasn’t even aware of what turned out to be action by a low-level bureaucracy in the Interior Ministry that merely advanced the project to the next planning-review level. Netanyahu immediately was charged with a provocative move, an insult to the U.S. — and worse.

Now comes another crisis-in-the-making, this time manufactured and exquisitely timed by Peace Now, an Israeli group heavily financed by European governments to advance the Palestinian agenda against Israel.

As Netanyahu made his way to the White House for a summit with Obama, Peace Now leaked a fabricated report that the Israeli government had just given final approval to a project for twenty Jewish housing units in the Shepherd Hotel area of East Jerusalem — the former residence of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hitler’s No. 1 Arab ally who instigated lethal pogroms against Jews in the 1930s.

Peace Now timed the leak to cause maximum PR damage to Israel. As the U.S.-Israel summit got under way in Washington, it planted its report about more housing for Jews in East Jerusalem to Yedioth Ahronot, the biggest-circulation daily in Israel, whose coverage is distinctly unfriendly to the government.

From Yedioth Ahronnot’s website, the story immediately bounced to the wires and triggered headlines across the world that Israel again had yanked Obama’s chain in thwarting progress toward a two-state solution.

The White House predictably demanded a “clarification” from Israel, while again huffing and puffing that Israeli building in Jerusalem is “destructive” to the peace process.

Except the story was concocted as a tissue of gross distortions and falsehoods. 

The Israeli government didn’t give final approval to the twenty housing units as an accompaniment to the Obama-Netanyahu summit. The project received final approval from the Jerusalem municipality — after years of legal and planning reviews — in July 2009. And it was so widely reported at the time.

From that moment on, all that was needed was payment to the Jerusalem Municipality of a requisite construction fee for an automatic go-ahead for building the new units. The payment of that fee took place on March 15 — eight days before the U.S.-Israel summit.

Except that Peace Now injected a couple of falsehoods in its leak to make it appear that this final, automatic pre-construction step occurred on March 23. They further converted the payment of the fee into an official green light for the project — something that occurred eight months ago.

The mainstream media, however, had another anti-Israel feast with the false Peace Now report, and the U.S. administration took another swing at Netanyahu.

 There’s a particular irony in this entire affair for anyone with a sense of history. As Lanny Ben-David, a former Israeli diplomat noted, the new units may eventually be occupied by descendants of Jews who escaped the Grand Mufti’s pogroms, orchestrated from the site of their new homes, or by descendants of Jews who survived the Holocaust. “Maybe, just maybe,” he observed, “there are consequences to aggression.”

While the mainstream media zero in piecemeal on Jewish housing projects in Israel’s capital, they mislead viewers and readers by failing to provide the full historical context and demographic projections for Israel’s capital.


Here’s what they are determined not to report:


1. Since Israel captured East Jerusalem in 1967, the Arab population of Israel’s undivided capital has grown appreciably faster than the Jewish population — a result of an outflow of Jews to other parts of the country, coupled with a sizeable inflow of Arabs from the Palestinian territories. By mid-century, the number of Arab residents of the city is expected to reach parity with the number of Jewish inhabitants. That hardly accords with the misleading media-generated impression that there’s a campaign to “Judaize” Jerusalem.

2. Jerusalem Mayor Barkat’s long-range plans for more housing in the next twenty years envisage construction of 50,000 housing units — with Jerusalem’s total population expected to rise from 800,000 to 1 million by 2030. Barkat has set aside one-third of these new units — about 17,000 — for Arabs, in conformity with the current two-thirds-to-one-third Jewish-Arab ratio.

A measly twenty housing units for Jews grabs headlines, but 17,000 new homes for Jerusalem’s Arabs remains carefully censored by mainstream media.

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[Note here: Emboldened areas added/ highlighted for focal points]


WHO is Peace Now you ask?

Peace Now is the leading voice of Israeli public pressure for peace.

• support the right of Israel to exist within secure borders and the right of our neighbors to do the same;

• advocate for a politically-negotiated 2-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict;

• believe that Israel’s unique status as a free and open democratic society in the Middle East endows the Israeli public with a special responsibility to promote the basic human rights of freedom, justice, and equality for all people in this region; and

• work to break down divisive stereotypes through education on both sides of the conflict.

We are Israel’s most veteran and diverse peace movement with over 10,000 members from the Middle East and around the world.  Our work has been supported and endorsed by hundreds of prominent academics, politicians, and philosophers, including Amos Oz and David Grossman. 

The majority of Israelis and Palestinians support a peaceful 2-state solution.  Peace Now insists that politicians on both sides of this issue serve their constituencies by creating the reality of peace NOW.


Peace Now works to ensure that both Israelis and Palestinians embrace the only viable solution to the conflict: the creation of a Palestinian state in the territories adjacent to Israel, which were occupied as a result of the 1967 war – A Two State Solution.

A Blogger at Huffington Post:

Hagit Ofran

Hagit Ofran is the director the Settlement Watch project of the Israeli Peace Now movement (Shalom Achshav). Widely-recognized as Israel’s foremost expert on West Bank and East Jerusalem settlements, Hagit is responsible for monitoring, scrutinizing and analyzing of Israeli construction and planning of settlements in the West Bank. Her work includes traveling daily throughout the West Bank and East Jerusalem monitoring settlement-related developments, commissioning and examining aerial photos of settlements and scrutinizing official Israeli documents.


Then ADD THis:

The Jewish labor movement. Rick Sloan condemns anti-semitism over AFL-CIO split

July 28, 2005

Between the AFL-CIO split and the Gaza disengagement, it’s a bit wrenching to be a Jewish labor type. With at least one prominent Jew (SEIU President Andy Stern) involved in the AFL-CIO split-up, it’s not surprising to learn about an ugly undercurrent of anti-semitism. Thankfully, though not surprisingly, his labor union opponents — like Rick Sloan (IAM) — strongly condemn anti-semitism and other hate speech. Rick wrote:

There are lots of valid reasons to oppose what Andy Stern and his allies want to do within the AFL-CIO. But the most grotesque reason cited on this blog is the fact that Andy Stern is Jewish. Anti-Semitism has absolutely no place in the American Labor Movement. None. Ours is a movement built over more than a century, a movement built by the brains and brawn and deeply held beliefs of millions of Jewish workers. Hopefully, their contributions to what we have today will be respected and valued.

      And while we are at it, we should respect and value the pantheon of exceptional Jewish labor leaders — Sidney Hillman, Al Shanker, Andrew Stern and so many others – who fought (and still fight) for a better life for their members. Hopefully, in this new century, new names will be added to that pantheon.

       As the IAM’s Communications Director, I will use every tool in our toolbox to oppose what Andy Stern, Jim Hoffa, Bruce Raynor and John Wilhelm are trying to do at the AFL-CIO. To me and to thousands of Machinists Union members, the stakes for the American Labor Movement are high and growing higher. But nothing, absolutely nothing, justifies such a vile attack and it must be condemned it in the strongest possible terms. As trade unionists, let us put aside our differences and stand shoulder to shoulder with Andy Stern on this. After all, an injury to one is an injury to all. (5/12/05)


This is exactly what must be spoken: solidarity even in disengagement. Yasher koach!

Since I’m reading about work in tractate Shabbat, I want to blog about Jews and the labor movement.

Re: shabbat, Orthodox and Reform Rabbis used the Sabbath in the labor struggle w/ILGWU et alia for a 40 hr/5 day work week. Reform Judaism is still very active on labor issues. (The Orthodox much less so, letza’areynu.)

Still, I suspect “secular” (“cultural”?) Jews are those most involved in groups like The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (Boston), Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston , Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (Chicago), Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (NYC), Jews United for Justice (DC area), Progressive Jewish Alliance (L.A.), the Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring (founded in 1900), and the Jewish Labor Committee (see photo, also bibliographies of the Jewish labor movement and labor and rabbinic texts).

Kaspit  כספית


So now we can confirm that Andrew Stern of the SEIU is Jewish.

Andrew (Andy) Stern visited the White House 22 times between January and June 2009.  HOW MANY MORE times has Stern visited the White House between June 2009 and today?

What do Andy Stern and Obama discuss? 



From the Leftist blog Open Left:

Netanyahu Faces Choice: Peace Or Settlements

JERUSALEM – Following a seemingly chilly reception at the White House, Benjamin Netanyahu is learning the hard way that he can’t have it all.

The Israeli leader will not likely be able to settle east Jerusalem with Jews and maintain strong relations with the Obama administration, to pander to far-right coalition partners and negotiate credibly with the Palestinians, or to alienate important allies and expect decisive international action against archenemy Iran.


With Israel’s international standing in tatters and its relationship with Washington at a low point, Netanyahu’s moment of truth appears close.

Read on HERE:…

(“settlements” in the title may also be read “Apartheid” after Jimmy Carter’s book)


Then THis:


Updated March 25, 2010

Reports: Netanyahu ‘Humiliated’ by Obama Snub

Times of LondonAccording to Israeli reports, Obama walked out of his meeting with the prime minister for a private dinner.

For a head of government to visit the White House and not pose for photographers is rare. For a key ally to be left to his own devices while the President withdraws to have dinner in private was, until this week, unheard of. Yet that is how Benjamin Netanyahu was treated by President Obama on Tuesday night, according to Israeli reports on a trip viewed in Jerusalem as a humiliation.

After failing to extract a written promise of concessions on settlements, Obama walked out of his meeting with Netanyahu but invited him to stay at the White House, consult with advisers and “let me know if there is anything new”, a U.S. congressman, who spoke to the Prime Minister, said.

“It was awful,” the congressman said. One Israeli newspaper called the meeting “a hazing in stages”, poisoned by such mistrust that the Israeli delegation eventually left rather than risk being eavesdropped on a White House telephone line. Another said that the Prime Minister had received “the treatment reserved for the President of Equatorial Guinea”.

Left to talk among themselves Netanyahu and his aides retreated to the Roosevelt Room. He spent a further half-hour with Obama and extended his stay for a day of emergency talks to try to restart peace negotiations. However, he left last night with no official statement from either side. He returned to Israel yesterday isolated after what Israeli media have called a White House ambush for which he is largely to blame.

Sources said that Netanyahu failed to impress Obama with a flow chart purporting to show that he was not responsible for the timing of announcements of new settlement projects in east Jerusalem. Obama was said to be livid when such an announcement derailed the visit to Israel by Joe Biden, the Vice-President, this month and his anger towards Israel does not appear to have cooled.

Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary, cast doubt on minor details in Israeli accounts of the meeting but did not deny claims that it amounted to a dressing down for the Prime Minister, whose refusal to freeze settlements is seen in Washington as the main barrier to resuming peace talks.

Continue reading at The Times of London


Israel-US Row to Iran’s benefit; Sanctions Regime Watered Down

The far rightwing government of Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu may have a choice between expanding settlements in the West Bank or achieving a global consensus on the need to sanction and coerce Iran into giving up its nuclear enrichment program. Netanyahu is so dedicated to the settler project that he cannot see the ways in which it forestalls other, broader Israeli objectives.

The serious policy differences between Binyamin Netanyahu and the Obama administration are helping Iran,and reducing pressure on that country.

The Times of London reports that Netanyahu was put firmly in his place by President Obama during his visit to Washington earlier this week. At one point Obama is said to have left Netanyahu for dinner with Michele and the girls after urging the prime minister to contact him if anything changed.

Read on HERE:


End notes:

Is Obama trying bullying tactics on Netanyahu?

Is Andy Stern Obama’s cheering section? Do Rahm Emanuel and David Axelrod (both Jewish) belong to the Leftist faction such as Peace Now? 

Just as the uber left is trying to drive a wedge between the Tea Party movement, the Conservatives and Independents, Obama seems to be trying the same tactics in Israel (driving a wedge between the Right wing and Left Wing of Israel’s people).

Obama’s good friends are Rashid and Mona Khalidi; both Pro-Palestinians.

Obama bows to the Saudi King.

The Obama Administration has several Muslims within its “Politburo”…..


Repeated here:

“It was awful,” the congressman said. One Israeli newspaper called the meeting “a hazing in stages”, poisoned by such mistrust that the Israeli delegation eventually left rather than risk being eavesdropped on a White House telephone line.


Because of this, we now have a president who is not only pro-Arab and anti-Israel, but one who thinks America is better off if it became a true Socialist country.  Never mind that Socialism has never really worked anyplace else in the world, or where health care is socialized to include all the population, taxes go sky high.  Beyond this, let’s not worry that we have an individual sitting in the Oval Office who believes that acting like a three-year old is the way to get things done.  Forget politics.  Ignore diplomacy.  Treat other leaders in the world as if they owe you their allegiance, in spite of the fact that you have given them absolutely nothing at all.

In essence, President Obama is attempting Netanyahu to do it Obama’s way, or else.  In the end, this is a man who apparently believes that he is the one that those who have not favor with him, answer to.  It does not matter that Israel’s capital has been Jerusalem for the better part of 3,000 years.  What matters is that President Obama has intended to embarrass and humiliate Netanyahu and his government.

For a head of government to visit the White House and not pose for photographers is rare. For a key ally to be left to his own devices while the President withdraws to have dinner in private was, until this week, unheard of. Yet that is how Binyamin Netanyahu was treated by President Obama on Tuesday night, according to Israeli reports on a trip viewed in Jerusalem as a humiliation.

“After failing to extract a written promise of concessions on settlements, Mr Obama walked out of his meeting with Mr Netanyahu but invited him to stay at the White House, consult with advisers and ‘let me know if there is anything new’, a US congressman, who spoke to the Prime Minister, said.”[1]

I’m sorry, but this type of behavior from the president of the United States is not only rude and chirlish, but inexcusable.  There is no reason for a leader of one country to treat another like they are scum.  This type of behavior was not even evidenced toward Ahmadinejad.


In a surprise move in June, the White House announced it decided to send a U.S. ambassador back to Syria, a dramatic sign of reconciliation between the two countries.

The U.S. withdrew the American ambassador to Syria in 2005 after the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri. Syria was widely blamed in the murder.

Syria, in a military alliance with Iran, is also accused of supporting the insurgency against U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Syria openly supports Palestinian terrorism and hosts the leaders of the Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorist groups.

Just last week, the International Atomic Energy Agency demanded an urgent and immediate visit to suspected illicit nuclear sites in Syria. The White House has yet to comment on those accusations.


Is Obama trying to incite an infintada between Israel, Syria, Palestine and Egypt?




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