Most White Americans that still have any sense are at least well aware of the massive problem of Mexican immigration. What they're ignorant of, however, is what influential group continually fights for the "rights" of the incoming hoards. The Jews, of course, are the driving force, and without their help, the mestizo mixed races never would've been able to easily cross the southern border in the first place, let alone reach the point of demanding mass amnesty and full government sponsorship.
For any minutely successful opposition against the wave of non-White immigrants to exist, it will first have to take the initial step of hiring only native White labor instead of creating more opportunity for their enemies. Furthermore, the acknowledgement of the source of the problem (the Jews that opened the door) is absolutely instrumental in reaching a sound resolution. Finally, without a consistent message in direct contrast to the liberal talking points, namely an unfettered call for deportation of all non-White immigrants, it would be unlikely to see a significant reversal in the current trend towards citizenship.
"Both Jews and Latinos cannot afford any longer to lead separate lives. Based on present realities but impelled by the force of their historic encounters, both communities need each other’s support to advance their common and individual agendas.– Dina Siegel Vann, Director, Latino and Latin American Institute, AJC
To sustain a pluralistic yet socially cohesive America, it is critically
important that the United States develop sensible policy responses to the
challenges posed by immigration.”– David Harris, Executive Director, AJC
As two communities with rich immigrant legacies, Jews and Latinos are
natural allies in fighting for reforms that secure a fair, just, and inclusive
society for all groups in America. By ensuring a robust relationship between Latinos and Jews we strengthen the effort to achieve those goals for the country.
AJC holds workshops for Latino and Jewish leaders with the goal of
building relationships that foster mutual understanding, enhance coalitional
readiness for advocacy, and create awareness of the core values and concerns of each group. Workshops focus attention on issues that are common to both groups, such as immigration, while aiming to develop enduring partnerships.
High-level leaders of Latino and Jewish communities throughout the country convene in Washington DC to build the next chapter of our collaborative relationship. Opportunities for expanded interaction include an exploration of the state of Latino-Jewish relations, Diaspora-Homeland interactions, foreign policy issues and a conversation with the bi-partisan Latino-Jewish Congressional Caucus.
This ground breaking program focuses on initiating and developing positive relations among Latino and Jewish clergy, as significant and influential leaders of their respective communities. Designed to build understanding of respective religious teachings, history and communal structures, it is also intended to identify shared values and break down stereotypes while strengthening commitments by Latino and Jewish clergy to assert leadership on social justice issues including immigration.
One of the most prevalent commonalities between Latinos and Jews is their transnational sense of identity with close connections to their original
homelands. These roundtables are designed to provide space for exploration by top Latino and Jewish leaders of diaspora issues affecting each community. By examining our multiple identities and the obligations that that arise from those linkages, we deepen knowledge, build understanding and promote support for each other’s core concerns.
AJC affirms that immigration reform is in the best interest of America’s
economy, security and values. As its signature contribution to the immigration debate, the Bridging America Project engages leaders from mainstream sectors of society (including business, labor, education, healthcare, faith and law enforcement) to form coalitions of “unlikely allies” in support of fair and pragmatic immigration reform.
In cities around the country, Bridging America Task Forces convene,
connect and engage new and experienced voices from mainstream sectors that can bring additional access and new political power to policy makers, influence the public debate, and promote, support and enable the passage of immigration reform.
AJC and its partners work with leaders in business, faith and law
enforcement to enlarge the base of support for immigration reform by designing statements of principles to guide the discussion around immigration. Based on the successful Utah Compact, these documents are values-based and customized to capture the essence of each state.
The Cost Savings from Implementing Immigration Reform examined the
positive economic impact of changes in five key sectors: social services, health care, law enforcement, education and business. Over 300 diverse stakeholders impacted by the U.S. immigration system attended the one-day conference co-sponsored by AJC's Bridging America Project and Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research.
As the culmination of the first two years of AJC’s Bridging America
Project, a diverse group of high-level stakeholders came together for an
exciting and dynamic conference, Building a Bridge to the Future: A Summit for Stakeholders on Immigration Reform. AJC sponsored and organized the summit in cooperation with National Immigration Forum, ImmigrationWorks USA and Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. The co-sponsoring organizations represented a wide spectrum of political persuasions and this set the tone for a program with a broad and inclusive scope. The summit convened 120 influential leaders from across the country to strengthen their network, find common ground and consider new strategies for immigration advocacy. The invited participants came from 14 states and the District of Columbia representing a variety of professional sectors, communities and political beliefs. Among them were alumni of Bridging America Project workshops and regional task forces, including leaders of business, labor, law enforcement, health care, education, ethnic and religious groups, as well as immigration advocates and AJC lay leaders – all of whom have a stake in the immigration debate."
"The Jewish community has benefited beyond measure from the immigration policies of this nation, which allowed Jews to immigrate to these shores for centuries. We are compelled to act because we remember our core story: We were strangers in a land that was not our own. The imagery of the Exodus and the Jewish story of immigration and rejection, of landlessness and powerlessness, continues to animate us and guide our consciousness of the fate of others. We have experienced the pain that comes from the separation of families, of closed borders, of inhumane immigration policies. Because Jewish memory is both eternal and inspirational, we believe that we must act to achieve immigration reform. We are proud to bring our own set of values to the forefront as we stand beside our many partners in the Asian, Latino and other faith communities on behalf of the undocumented and to seek justice for immigrants in California and throughout the United States."
"AJC's reason for supporting immigration is simple. It is in our own self interest. The best way to make the Jewish community stronger is to make America stronger. And that is what immigration does."
"In the midst of the Jewish holiday season, more than 1,200 rabbis and cantors have urged Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
“We thought it was a particularly good time to speak out as rabbis and
cantors on this issue that really speaks to us as Americans and as Jews,” said Barbara Weinstein, associate director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, the Reform movement’s Washington office that coordinated the effort.
“For centuries, Jews were guests in others’ lands and not always treated
Rabbis and cantors from the Reform, Conservative, Orthodox and
Reconstructionist streams of American Judaism made their appeal in a letter issued Sept. 12.
The rabbis called for legislation to create a clear path to citizenship,
reunite separated families, further humane border protection, open legal
opportunities for immigrant workers and create avenues for refugees and asylum seekers.
According to a survey released last March by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Brooking Institution, two-thirds of U.S. Jews support allowing immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally to become citizens after meeting certain requirements.
The letter was issued the day before the start of Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, and just days before Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival that commemorates the 40 years the Israelites dwelt in the wilderness after their exodus from Egypt.
The letter described Jewish history of having “over millennia continuously
been expelled, been rejected, been freed and been welcomed,” portraying
immigration reform as a reflection of Jewish values.
Weinstein said Jewish leaders had noticed slowed momentum on immigration reform. During Yom Kippur, a time for introspection, these leaders decided to make immigration reform a priority for the coming year.
“High Holy Days are the prime moment where we reflect on the year past and think about how we want to do better in the year to come,” Weinstein said. “For a long time now our immigration system has been broken and as we reflect on that we see we are in a unique moment where it needs to be fixed.”
Weinstein said the push to lawmakers is one part of a broader effort on the part of the American Jewish community to push for immigration reform, including rabbis reaching members across the country and speaking individually with representatives in Congress."
"Jewish organizations praised President Obama’s immigration reform proposals, as well as similar measures offered by a bipartisan group of U.S. senators.
In addressing the problem of the 11 million undocumented people in the United States, Obama at a speech Tuesday in Las Vegas stressed the need to enforce current laws and create a path to citizenship.
Mark Hetfield, interim president and CEO of HIAS, an organization that deals with migration and refugee resettlement, said he “is more encouraged than we have been in years that our leaders will finally create a just system for immigrants and refugees.”
Now is the time to “fix a broken system” that includes “all kinds of
artificial, technical barriers that deny asylum to persecuted people,” he
The Jewish Council for Public Affairs also welcomed the proposals.
“We are eager to work with both Republicans and Democrats, both Congress and the president, to finally see immigration reform passed," said chair Larry Gold. "Not only will these proposals strengthen our country, but the bipartisan cooperation behind them could mean the start of a new era.”
The American Jewish Committee also applauded the efforts for immigration reform, calling them encouraging.
“Immigration is a key factor in bolstering America’s economic strength and democratic pluralism,” said Richard Foltin, director of national and legislative affairs for AJC.
B’nai B’rith issued a statement saying that it “will continue to advocate for
a constructive outcome to the legislative process.”
Nancy Kaufman, CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women, said her
organization “is heartened by the newfound energy to pass comprehensive immigration reform after years of inaction. NCJW will continue to work for immigration reform that ends the second-class status of immigrants without papers and ensures that a viable path to citizenship is finally at hand.”
Also weighing in was the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism.
Associate director Barbara Weinstein called the proposals “important steps toward resolving the challenges that have plagued our immigration system for far too long." She noted that Jewish tradition “commands us to welcome the stranger.”"
"An array of Jewish groups urged President Barack Obama and Congress to ease the path to citizenship for undocumented Immigrants.
Nineteen national groups and dozens of local groups and clergy signed on to a letter sent March 22 that was timed for Passover.
“American Jews know too well the impact of restrictive immigration policies, and we have seen how the immigration issue can become a flashpoint for xenophobia,” said the letter, which was spearheaded by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
Signatories represented all four major Jewish religious streams as well as the major Jewish civil rights groups, and the federation and public policy umbrellas.
“We are concerned the failure of national leaders to fix the broken immigration system has fueled racist, nativist and extremist groups who blame immigrants for our country’s problems, and has been a central factor in the spread of state and local policies and laws that legalize discrimination against immigrants,” the letter says.
It calls for legislation that “brings undocumented immigrants out of the shadows by providing a pathway to citizenship, creates safe and legal avenues for future flows of immigrants, reunites families, establishes border protection and enforcement policies that enhance our national security, and accord all immigrants the responsibilities and rights required for full integration into American society.”"
As usual, in their own articles and interviews, the Jews are open about their agendas, this time how hard they're working to flood immigrants into Europe under the banner of "diversity", for the purpose of revenge on the White race, whom they perceive as evil. It's well-known that Arab and Black immigrants have been becoming an increasing threat to the survival of native Europeans, however due to politically correct media rhetoric the word "Muslim" is used, rendering the talking points focused on religion instead of the reality of race. This allows the enemy to loosely label White people as "Christians", despite non-Whites comprising half of the Christian population of the world. Unsurprisingly, the mainstream "solutions" for these problems lead to the same conclusion. They suggest "integration", as if mixing the races will somehow preserve the identity of the former. But then again, what more can be expected from the Jew-dominated media whose goal is to lead Whites to the slaughter.
Today we're experiencing the drawn out downfall of Christianity as a unification mechanism for the White race. Just a few hundred years ago, and expanding into the ancient past, Whites have always held their territory just as every hoard of Black, Arab, and Asian did. Only now, heavily under the influence of Jews, does the White race fall down short of a murmur from the kosher conservatives.
"Britain and the rest of the European Union are ignoring a demographic time bomb: a recent rush into the EU by migrants, including millions of Muslims, will change the continent beyond recognition over the next two decades, and almost no policy-makers are talking about it.
The numbers are startling. Only 3.2 per cent of Spain's population was
foreign-born in 1998. In 2007 it was 13.4 per cent. Europe's Muslim population has more than doubled in the past 30 years and will have doubled again by 2015. In Brussels, the top seven baby boys' names recently were Mohamed, Adam, Rayan, Ayoub, Mehdi, Amine and Hamza.
Europe's low white birth rate, coupled with faster multiplying migrants, will
change fundamentally what we take to mean by European culture and society. The altered population mix has far-reaching implications for education, housing, welfare, labour, the arts and everything in between. It could have a critical impact on foreign policy: a study was submitted to the US Air Force on how America's relationship with Europe might evolve. Yet EU officials admit that these issues are not receiving the attention they deserve.
The countries of the EU have long histories of welcoming migrants, but in
recent years two significant trends have emerged. Migrants have come
increasingly from outside developed economies, and they have come in
The growing Muslim population is of particular interest. This is not because Muslims are the only immigrants coming into the EU in large numbers; there are plenty of entrants from all points of the compass. But Muslims represent a particular set of issues beyond the fact that atrocities have been committed in the West in the name of Islam.
How dramatic are the population changes? Everyone is aware that certain neighbourhoods of certain cities in Europe are becoming more Muslim, and that the change is gathering pace. But raw details are hard to come by as the data is sensitive.
EU numbers on general immigration tell a story on their own. In the latter
years of the 20th century, the 27 countries of the EU attracted half a million more people a year than left. "Since 2002, however," the latest EU report says, "net migration into the EU has roughly tripled to between 1.6 million and two million people per year."
The study for the US Air Force by Leon Perkowski in 2006 found that there
were at least 15 million Muslims in the EU, and possibly as many as 23
million. They are not uniformly distributed, of course. According to the US's Migration Policy Institute, residents of Muslim faith will account for more than 20 per cent of the EU population by 2050 but already do so in a number of cities. Whites will be in a minority in Birmingham by 2026, says Christopher Caldwell, an American journalist, and even sooner in Leicester. Another forecast holds that Muslims could outnumber non-Muslims in France and perhaps in all of western Europe by mid-century. Austria was 90 per cent Catholic in the 20th century but Islam could be the majority religion among Austrians aged under 15 by 2050, says Mr Caldwell.
Projected growth rates are a disputed area. Birth rates can be difficult to
predict and migrant numbers can ebb and flow. But Karoly Lorant, a Hungarian economist who wrote a paper for the European Parliament, calculates that Muslims already make up 25 per cent of the population in Marseilles and Rotterdam, 20 per cent in Malmo, 15 per cent in Brussels and Birmingham and 10 per cent in London, Paris and Copenhagen.
The population changes are stirring unease on the ground. Europeans often tell pollsters that they have had enough immigration, but politicians largely avoid debate."
"As concerns grow over the increasing number of Muslims in Europe, it appears not everyone is bothered by the issue, including an Israeli rabbi who even welcomes the phenomenon.
Rabbi Baruch Efrati, a yeshiva head and community rabbi in the West Bank settlement of Efrat, believes that the Islamization of Europe is actually a good thing.
Rabbi Efrati was asked to discuss the issue by an oriental studies student,
who inquired on Judaism's stand toward the process Europe has been going through in recent years.
Following the election of a hijab-wearing Muslim woman as the mayor of the Bosnian city of Visoko for the first time in continent's history, the student asked the rabbi on the Kipa website: "How do we fight the Islamization of Europe and return it to the hands of Christians and moderates?"
Efrati wrote in response that the Islamization of Europe was better than a
Christian Europe for ethical and theological reasons – as a punishment against Christians for persecuting the Jews and the fact that Christianity, as opposed to Islam, is considered "idolatry" from a halachic point of view.
"Jews should rejoice at the fact that Christian Europe is losing its identity
as a punishment for what it did to us for the hundreds of years we were in exile there," the rabbi explained as the ethical reason for favoring Muslims, quoting shocking descriptions from the Rishonim literature (written by leading rabbis who lived during the 11th to 15th centuries) about pogroms and mass murders committed by Christians against Jews.
"And now, Europe is losing its identity in favor of another people and another religion, and there will be no remnants and survivors."
Efrati ruled, therefore, that "even if we are in a major war with the region's Arabs over the Land of Israel, Islam is still much better as a gentile
culture than Christianity."
He added, however, that Jews must pray that the Islamization of most of
Europe will not harm the people of Israel."
Whether or not Bill De Blasio is really an Italian or just a crypto-Jew from Italy is of little importance. What only matters is his relationship with the Jews, because if it's strong then he'd be enforcing their anti-White agenda in either circumstance.
Considering that the Jews hold the most power in this country compared to any other group, and have a significant presence in New York in particular, it goes without saying that the resident mayor of Jew York City is in the palm of their hands. Nevertheless, it will be shown using their own articles and interviews that De Blasio is not only good for the Jews, but that he even attends their children's bat mitzfahs...something you would rarely find a non-Jew doing.
"Bill De Blasio’s win in the New York mayoral race showed him sweeping across every demographic over Republican rival Joe Lhota, including in the Jewish sector. The Democrat’s appeal crossed all color, cultural and religion lines, according to a report by the New York Daily News.
During his campaign he gained momentum in the Modern Orthodox communities of Manhattan’s Upper West Side, to the non-Orthodox communities of Washington Heights, all the way to Brooklyn Hasidic communities.."
"Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch, spiritual leader of the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in Manhattan, said he’s “sure that the new mayor will be sympathetic to Jewish groups and the Jewish community.” He pointed out that due to the large Jewish presence in the city, “It’s impossible to be the mayor of New York without doing so.”"
Rabbi Yitzchok Fleischer, the founder and executive director of Bikur Cholim D’Bobov, a Hassidic aid organization, and a well known friend of de Blasio’s, expressed delight at the election results, saying de Blasio had “helped us [the Bobov sect] out, and I think he will continue doing whatever he can for us according to the law.”
Fleischer noted that it was de Blasio, as the Bobov community’s local councilman from 2002-2009, “that originally got the [yeshiva] vouchers for us.”
According to Matt Taylor of Tablet Magazine, because of Fleisher and the Bobov influence, de Blasio won the endorsement of prominent members of Agudath Israel, the central organization of the ultra-Orthodox community, including representatives from Williamsburg’s Satmar community and the Gerer Hassidic dynasty in New York.
Jeff Leb, the New York state director of political affairs for the Orthodox Union, a modern Orthodox organization aimed at engaging and inspiring Jewish leaders and the greater Jewish community, welcomed the new mayor on behalf of his organization. “The OU is excited about the opportunity to work with mayor-elect de Blasio.”"
"Bill de Blasio ain't Jewish, but considering the mandate given he can definitely earn the title given to others -in different circumstances – The King of the Jews in New York City."
"Jewish leaders gathered last night in lower Manhattan to push their vision
for a more just New York City as newly elected Bill De Blasio prepares to take office.
Nine speakers, including a hospital executive, soup kitchen director, and the head of New York’s Jewish Federation, focused on a range of economic and social justice issues, spoke at the Talking Transition event in a massive tent at the corner of Sixth and Canal St.
“A mayor of this city needs to understand that we are one people with many voices,” said moderator Andy Bachman in his introduction. Bachman is senior rabbi at Congregation Beth Elohim in Park Slope, which organized the event.
The speakers voiced a range of concerns about the wellbeing of the city’s
overlooked constituencies. The poor received particular attention.
“There are still too many structural inequalities,” said Ruth Messinger,
president of the American Jewish World Service. “I pray that the new government has the vision, courage, and faith to address them all.”
Many speakers also wanted to celebrate New York’s diversity and build better relationships with other communities. “We have an obligation to reach out beyond our community,” said Michael Miller, CEO of the Jewish Community Relations Council. “As diverse as we are, New York is diverse on steroids.” Messinger joined Miller in calling for stronger relationships between City Hall and Muslims and urged de Blasio to hire a diverse staff. Dava Schub of JCC Manhattan, who highlighted challenges facing the disabled, asked de Blasio to employ New Yorkers with disabilities.
“I was excited to hear about the idea of reaching outside of our communities to build bridges,” said Jonathan Chapman, who attended the
“People touched on a lot of really core issues,” Kent said. “I hope this conversation continues in a way that is much more deep and
The event was part of the “Talking Transition” project, which was launched on November 7, following Bill de Blasio’s election as mayor. Ten foundations organized the project to encourage public involvement during the post-election transition period, when the mayor-elect and his team usually make far-reaching decisions. Talking Transition, which runs November 7 to 23, sends crews into neighborhoods around New York to ask residents how to improve their city.
At its glittering, climate-controlled tent on Canal Street, Talking
Transition is hosting a range of conversations about New York’s future under a de Blasio administration. Yesterday’s schedule included conversations about the elderly, public schools, organizing in communities of color – and Jewish viewpoints on city policy."
What you'll find below is a condensed list of the "top Jews" in American culture that advanced Jewish interests this year. The recognition, in their words, is described as follows: "The Forward 50 is our annual look at the American Jews who made a difference in the past year."
The recipients of honor from The Jewish Forward operate in many spheres of influence. Ranging from gay and anti-racist activists, to school lunch providers, to sexual degenerates, one thing they all have in common is their individual efforts in maintaining steady Jewish pressure on the lingering status and values of White people in American society, as well as the world.
Alan Van Capelle
"“I speak to you as an American Jew,” stated Alan van Capelle as he addressed a crowd of thousands standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial at the event marking the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
His representation of the Jewish community at this historic event was a clear sign of van Capelle’s rising profile. The young progressive activist, who serves as CEO of Bend the Arc: a Jewish Partnership for Justice, was chosen by organizers to be the event’s central Jewish speaker because they viewed him as the new voice of Jewish social justice activism.
Van Capelle, 38, was born in New York to a father of Dutch-Jewish origins and a Brooklynite mother. He came to the professional Jewish world in 2011 with an impressive record of fighting for gay rights and for organized labor. He headed a New York lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights lobby and had worked prior to that as a labor organizer for one of the city’s largest unions.
On the day of the Supreme Court landmark ruling rejecting the Defense of Marriage Act and paving the way to legalizing gay marriage, van Capelle joined dozens of cheerful activists outside the court, celebrating the moment. From there he rushed back to New York to share the news with his partner and son.
Bend the Arc, formed from the merger of Jewish Funds for Justice and the Progressive Jewish Alliance, has grown significantly under van Capelle’s leadership, by forging partnership agreements with local Jewish social justice organizations and by lobbying in Washington. It advocates for a wide variety of causes, including the establishment of social safety net programs, immigration reform and LGBT rights."
"There is one question on the mind of media folks these days: What works
online? And at the moment, the website that seems to have the answer is
BuzzFeed. Its editor, Ben Smith, 37, is at the center of an experiment that
tries to fuse the most entertaining and viral elements of the digital age with a commitment to old-fashioned journalism.
It’s not an easy balance, but so far, Smith, who made his name at the website Politico, seems to be doing something right. BuzzFeed doubled its traffic in Smith’s first year, hitting 40 million visitors a month by the beginning of 2013. And though on any given day, the site is bursting with “listicles” (articles posing as lists) like “The 15 Most Patriotic Dogs in America,” these jostle against political and even international coverage that can be described only as serious. Most people get their news today on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, where articles are shared, and Smith’s BuzzFeed has figured out how best to harness that news-consuming habit by creating the most shareable posts possible.
Before delving into the world of political blogs, Smith worked at the New
York Sun and was even briefly an intern at the Forward. He grew up on
Manhattan’s Upper West Side and now lives in Brooklyn. From those roots onward through Politico, his reporting has always shown a deep interest in the American Jewish story — and particularly Israel’s role in American politics."
"Of the Three Horsemen of Jewish sexual misdoing of 2013, Bob Filner was by far the worst.
Anthony Weiner’s sexting episode, which came repeatedly to attention during his botched New York City mayoral run, was weird and embarrassing. Eliot Spitzer’s dalliance with hookers, which came up again during his failed New York City comptroller campaign, was hypocritical.
Former San Diego Mayor Filner made them both look like choirboys.
Filner, 71, resigned as mayor in August after 18 different women accused him of sexual harassment. He pled guilty in October to three charges of sexual harassment perpetrated in early 2013, one of them a felony. He was sentenced to three months of confinement in his home."
"David Coleman, president of the College Board, finds himself at the heart of the latest culture wars, entangled in the struggle between conservatives and liberals over the role of government in education reform.
Coleman, 43, is widely referred to as the architect of the Common Core State Standards Initiative, a set of academic goals that aim to trace a student’s progress in math and language arts from kindergarten through 12th grade. The standards strive to prepare students for college equally across the states. But opponents of Common Core are concerned that the standards demand too much of young children, and would lead to a rise in testing, handing the federal government control of classrooms. So far, public schools in 47 states have implemented the Common Core Learning Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy."
"When David Stern was named commissioner of the NBA in 1984, television ratings were so low that playoff games were shown on tape delay. By 2012, Game 7 of the NBA Finals, which were part of a television deal worth $1 billion, drew more than 26 million viewers in the United States.
During his 30 years as commissioner, overseeing the eras of Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan and LeBron James, Stern, 71, has revolutionized the league. In addition to founding the Women’s National Basketball Association in 1996, he has vastly increased the NBA’s worldwide appeal. In 2012, the finals were broadcast in 215 countries, and the 2013-14 season opened with a record 92 international players, including players from Israel, the Republic of Macedonia and Turkey.
Breadth of support gave the league the resilience to survive labor stoppages. After the most recent lockout, in 2011, television ratings actually jumped when play resumed."
"Who would have predicted that one of America’s most crucial battles for gay and lesbian rights would be won by an 84-year-old bottle blond Jew?
On June 26, Edith Windsor won her suit at the Supreme Court, a decision that struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Because of DOMA, Windsor was prohibited from the benefit of a tax exemption for surviving spouses, and she was compelled to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax on Spyer’s estate.
In 2010, with the help of her lawyer, Roberta Kaplan, also a Jewish lesbian, she filed suit to recoup her money.
According to Ariel Levy’s profile of Windsor in The New Yorker, Kaplan saw her client as the ideal plaintiff to defeat DOMA. A feminine octogenarian whose lifelong partner was deceased was unlikely to be painted as a political radical in the press. Windsor was the “perfect wife,”
As the case made its way to the Supreme Court, Windsor became a celebrity in the marriage equality movement. She served as the grand marshal of the New York City Gay Pride Parade just seven days after the ruling. Windsor was also a hero to many in the Jewish community: The Conservative movement’s Jewish Theological Seminary filed the first amicus brief in its history in favor of Windsor’s plea.
Kaplan told the Forward that Windsor shared many Jewish holidays with her family over the years that the pair worked on the case. She also spoke about Windsor at Congregation Beth Simchat Torah, Manhattan’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender synagogue:
“I think the best way for me to sum up this historic Pride Shabbat in the
year 5773 is with Edie’s own words on the steps of the Supreme Court when she was asked to explain why such dramatic change has taken place: ‘I think what happened is, at some point, somebody came out and said, “I’m gay.” And this gave other people the guts to do it.’” Her words echoed those of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel when he wrote, “All it takes is one person… and another… and another… and another… to start a movement.”"
"Foer’s first stint as editor at The New Republic (owned by Facebook) from 2006 to 2010, began when he was just 31. Foer — whose brothers include novelist Jonathan Safran Foer and journalist Joshua Foer — had previously been a senior editor at the magazine and was also the author of a 2004 book titled “How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization.” Under his leadership, TNR was credited with regaining much of its former vitality, especially during the 2008 presidential election.
Since his return, Foer, now 39, has again helped reinvent the once-struggling magazine, which launched a redesigned website and print publication in January. But despite its spiffy new look, the magazine has also retained its longstanding concern with Jewish interests and ideas, including an influential cover story, “The Feminists of Zion,” and back-of-the-book essays on subjects like “the strange history of antisemitism in western culture” and “how FDR hurt would-be Jewish immigrants.”"
"The biggest story of 2013, and possibly the decade, has been the exposure of the National Security Agency’s domestic and international surveillance program, including the extent of intelligence-sharing between America and Israel. At the center of this story — its conduit — is Glenn Greenwald.
As a columnist for the Guardian, Greenwald came into contact with the NSA security contractor Edward Snowden in May. Snowden was ready to reveal the extent of the agency’s spying, and Greenwald’s first story ran on June 6. At that point, Greenwald became the world’s most important journalist — though some question whether he is a journalist or an advocate.
Greenwald, 46, is based in Brazil, where he lives with his partner, but he
grew up in New York and Florida and worked as a constitutional and civil rights lawyer before he started a blog in 2005 and saw his career take off."
"Poised to be the first woman ever to lead America’s central bank, Janet
Yellen comes to the post with a wealth of knowledge and experience accumulated in years of scholarly and public work.
Yellen, 67, was nominated by President Obama following an unusually open and intense search process. She has vowed to work to reduce unemployment despite the risk that it could lead to an increase in inflation.
Born in Brooklyn, Yellen grew up in a non-observant Jewish family. Her
religious beliefs remain private even now. Yellen and her husband,
When confirmed by the Senate, Yellen will be the first woman to serve as
chair of the Federal Reserve, but she will join a long list of Jewish Americans who have held this top economic position in the past, including her immediate predecessors Ben Bernanke and Alan Greenspan.
Press reports describe Yellen as mild-mannered but ready to speak her mind. Stepping in as America’s top banker, Yellen’s policies could shape the American economy for years to come."
"“Orange Is the New Black” is this year’s new paradigm-shifting television
show. The daring comedy-drama about a well-to-do woman from New York who serves a year in a minimum security prison has been a critical hit. Though not eligible for a 2013 Emmy, it is the most successful series to have streamed on Netflix. And the mastermind behind the 13 episodes is director Jenji Kohan.
Kohan’s candid approach to dealing with issues of race, class and sexuality was appreciated by viewers, who saw an accurate reflection of wider social issues in her depiction of a women’s prison.
Kohan, 44, has her own Jewish family to rebut stereotypes. Her brother David created “Will & Grace”, and her father Buz Kohan won 16 TV awards. She earned her first Emmy for “Tracey Takes On…” and is the creator of the award-winning series “Weeds.” Netflix renewed “Orange Is the New Black” for a second season even before the first episode aired in July."
"Joseph Neubauer is a data-driven kind of businessman. That’s how this
immigrant son of Holocaust survivors parlayed a scholarship to business school into a lifetime of achievement in the corporate world, topped off by running one of the largest privately owned companies in America.
It was this belief — that, as he put it, “the best decisions are driven by
data and facts” — that persuaded him to provide the key financial support for the ambitious survey of American Jews conducted by the Pew Research Center.
In Philadelphia he is best known for his role at Aramark — a private
conglomerate that provides foodservice, facility management and clothing to businesses and institutions — and for his deep support of museums and other cultural institutions, especially the recently relocated and reopened Barnes Foundation. At Aramark he rose to become president and CEO, retiring in 2012; now he is chairman of the board.
And he’s not finished. Neubauer has already agreed to fund another Pew
survey, this one on Israeli Jews — another example of using facts to better understand the people and issues he values most."
"The choice of Josh Block, 40, to head The Israel Project, one of the Jewish community’s fastest growing pro-Israel organizations, marked a clear shift for the group and in Block’s professional trajectory.
A former media relations professional, Block was best known as the combative spokesman for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, where he served for nine years, until 2010. Both during his time as the lobby front man in the press and afterward, Block struck a tough position against those critical of Israeli government policies."
"Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis dubbed her June 2013 bat mitzvah Torah reading “a perfect portion for me."
“It’s about people being told they can’t do something, and they were able
to,” she told Chicago magazine.
In her ongoing battle with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, critics have doubted Lewis at their peril.
Ultimately, both Lewis and Emanuel — two Jews whose battle dominates
Chicago’s political landscape — won some and lost some in the final contract.
Lewis, a 60-year-old African American who converted to Judaism two decades ago, is sharply aware of race and class divisions. Asked if the city should boost property taxes, Lewis said: “Yes. If you look at a majority of the tax base for property taxes in Chicago, they’re mostly white, who don’t have a real interest in paying for the education of poor black and brown children. We don’t want to say that out loud.”"
"On the hit series “Homeland,” Mandy Patinkin plays CIA Division Chief Saul Berenson, a father figure with a strong sense of ethics.
In 1980, he won a Tony Award for his role as Che Guevara in the Broadway musical “Evita,” and in 1995, an Emmy Award for his starring role on “Chicago Hope.”"
"Political scientist Wallace Stanley Sayre once said: “Academic politics is
the most vicious and bitter form of politics, because the stakes are so low.” When it comes to Jewish studies professor Ruth Wisse, the politics have certainly been fierce, but the stakes have hardly been low.
Wisse, 77, is the Martin Peretz professor of Yiddish literature and professor of comparative literature at Harvard University, where she has taught since 1993. During her career she has nurtured generations of Jewish academics, writers and educators. At the same time, she has spurred controversy with essays in Commentary Magazine about issues ranging from Middle East politics to feminism."
"The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum stands out as a notable
collaboration between the Jewish community and the federal government: It is a national museum, mandated by Congress and located on the National Mall.
Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, this experiment has been clearly deemed a success, to a great extent thanks to its director, Sara Bloomfield."
Sheryl Sandberg’s singular achievement in 2013 was to embed that phrase into the contemporary lexicon, and prompt a new conversation about family life, women in the workplace, and the demands and price of professional success.
The chief operating officer of Facebook, and the only woman to serve on its board of directors, Sandberg, 44, used her lofty (and wealthy) perch atop the corporate world to remind women that the barriers to success are not only systemic and societal — they also come from within.
Her central message — that the movement for equality in the workplace is stalled partly because women are not ambitious and determined enough to “lean in” to their careers — was uncomfortable and controversial, especially given the marketing hype that greeted the March publication of her book, “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will To Lead.”
The book has spent 33 weeks so far on The New York Times Best Seller list. And a spokeswoman from leanin.org said that there are now 10,000 “circles” — Sandberg’s word for self-help groups — across America, and in at least 50 countries, devoted to enhancing women’s advancement.
After graduating from Harvard, Sandberg worked for Larry Summers at the World Bank, and then, after graduating from Harvard Business School, she worked for the famed McKinsey & Company consulting firm. She logged four years as Summers’s chief of staff when he ran the Treasury Department, and then took a leap of faith and moved to Silicon Valley, where in 2001 she went to work for a little-known tech company named Google.
Then onto Facebook, which had about 500 employees when she started and now has nearly 5,000. Her own worth is estimated to be more than $400 million."
"What was Jewish about Angelina Jolie’s decision to have her breasts
surgically removed? Everything.
The Hollywood superstar stunned million of fans with the stark and eloquent announcement that she had chosen to proactively undergo the procedure to reduce her risk of contracting breast cancer. Jolie, whose mother died from breast cancer, explained that she took the dramatic step after discovering she carries the BRCA gene mutation, which is disproportionately prevalent in Ashkenazi Jews.
It’s a wrenching choice for any woman, as thousands of Jewish families have discovered firsthand.
Jolie, who has made headlines for her A-list partnership to Brad Pitt and
their growing brood of mostly adopted children, could have kept quiet about what is surely the most personal of choices. Instead, she enriched the debate about breast cancer and the conversation surrounding the burden that many Jewish women bear because of the BRCA mutation."
"We learned that the only book he has penned is an extraordinary dialogue with a rabbi who had become fast friends with then-Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio in their native Argentina.
After eight months as head of the world’s 1 billion Roman Catholics (not to mention 10 million Twitter followers), the new pontiff — the first from outside Europe — has made improving relations with the Jewish world a key goal. It wouldn’t be tough to improve on the tone set by his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, who refused all access to the Holocaust archives and fast-tracked sainthood for the controversial Pope Pius XII, who many accuse of staying silent in the face of Hitler’s slaughter.
Francis has wasted no opportunity to denounce anti-Semitism, and plans to visit Israel next year.
It’s a truism to say that Francis has the power to affect how more human
beings view the Jewish people than any one else on earth. It’s reason enough to take him at his word — and hold him to it."
As was pointed out in the post "'Joe Biden 2016' thanks the Jews for liberalizing America", Hillary's step-grandfather is Jewish, as well as her aunt by conversion. But based on the looks of both Hillary and Bill, it's unlikely that they themselves actually have Jewish blood. Instead, it appears that they're also converts, or more appropriately described, White traitors and Jewish underlings.
Of course, the Clintons keep their connections to the Jews as quiet as possible, but they don't feel the need to be bashful about their communist leanings. Bill's quote, "Americans will get used to communism", is well-known, especially among conservatives, who out of ignorance don't make the association between Jews and communism, primarily because a small number of Jews use the Republican narrative to garner support for Israel, which strategically skews the reality of their cohesiveness despite differing political parties.
However, without the help of White race traitors and their ability to appeal to the non-Jew masses, like no Jew could do as easily, the Jews would have a much harder time trying to remain anonymous. In their own words in the articles below the Jews will tell you just how much influence they have over the communist Clinton family, who represent the most dangerous archetype, one which creates the illusion of compulsory White compliance with the anti-White system.
"In Letters to President Clinton: Biblical Lessons on Faith and Leadership, Rabbi Menachem Genack offers insight into the special relationship forged between himself and former President Bill Clinton during his time in the Oval Office. The full extent of his appellation of “Bill Clinton’s rabbi,” with which President Clinton himself begins the foreword of this book, is revealed to the public in this groundbreaking record of official correspondence. Throughout Clinton’s presidency and beyond, Rabbi Genack sent the president scores of divrei Torah on timely issues, elucidating the day’s challenges through the prism of Torah. In turn, President Clinton carefully digested these lessons and often sent back handwritten comments, some of which are reproduced in this volume. Through this remarkable relationship, the Jewish ideas and Torah ideals—reflecting the mission of both the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary and the OU—made their way directly into the Oval Office. This fascinating compendium serves as a moving reminder of just how far American Jewry has progressed when Jewish ideas and Torah ideals may freely enter the intellectual milieu of the most powerful leader in the free world.
Rabbi Genack’s special relationship with President Clinton is a dramatic demonstration of someone able to flavor the president’s thoughts with Torah perspectives. The range of topics covered in this volume demonstrate the various and varied ways in which Rabbi Genack sought to enlarge the scope of President Clinton’s thinking and, presumably, enable him to navigate difficult decisions informed by some of the timeless values of our ancient tradition.
Rabbi Genack saw this unique rapport not as a means to advance his own thoughts, but as an opportunity to expose the president to a variety of
approaches by culling letters and submissions from additional Torah
personalities. The range of prominent Jewish leaders and luminaries—among them Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm, Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, the Honorable Judith Kaye, Cynthia Ozick, Nobel laureate in chemistry Roald Hoffmann, former Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer and others—ensured that the president steadily engaged with Jewish values throughout his years in office.
But Rabbi Genack’s book serves as much more than a documentation of
personal correspondence. As a compendium of short think pieces on many aspects of communal life—and through its discussions of important topics such as leadership, sin and repentance, creation, community and education, faith, dreams and visions and holidays—the book serves as a primer for how the Jewish people can productively and meaningfully infuse our Torah into society.
It demonstrates that when we seek to lead on a national and global
scale—not just within the Jewish community—we only stand to gain from injecting the wisdom of Torah into the intellectual discourse. We cannot relegate Torah to its immediate environment, to the confines of our study halls. We must allow it to spill out of those halls in abundance, as it colors the way our leaders lead, our thinkers think and our society functions, at all levels and in every imaginable way.""
"Bill Clinton was affectionately introduced as so pro-Israel that he was
effectively “the country’s first Jewish president” on Saturday night. In town to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Jewish Federation of Arkansas., Clinton was awarded the group’s Tikkun Former President Clinton (Mark Lennihan - AP) Olam Lifetime Achievement Award.In September, New York Magazine ran a contrarian cover story characterizing President Obama as “The First Jewish President.”
Since his days as governor, Clinton has had a close relationship with the
state’s Jewish community.
But “since I’ve seen you, I acquired a Jewish son-in-law,” he said as the
crowd laughed. He really feels part of the Jewish community, he said, since Chelsea Clinton's 2010 marriage to Marc Mezvinsky.. He even celebrates the Jewish holidays, he said.
“I have a zillion friends here,” he told the crowd in his keynote speech.
He teven told a story about how he used to walk alone in the Jewish cemetery in Hot Springs, Ark., where he grew up."
Take note of the code words such as "apartheid" and "equality" that the Jews use to inflame negative sentiment towards the White founders of South Africa. In their own words they'll tell you how active they were in helping the Black inhabitants overthrow, and proceed to genocide the "privileged" White population. However, what can be gathered in understanding what happened in South Africa is a prime and proven example of what the consequences are for allowing the Jews and other non-Whites to advance their agendaunopposed by any serious adversary.
"The ethos of the new South Africa – stated, practised and celebrated – is unity in diversity. The South African constitution, its government and
indeed the very spirit of the society are all firmly rooted in the equality of
all human beings, irrespective of race, religion or beliefs, affording all
citizens of the country the freedom and dignity to be who they are.
Numerous studies have objectively verified that, proportionately, South Africa has one of the lowest rates of anti-Semitic incidents of any country in the world. It is, therefore, grotesquely false and deeply insulting to accuse South Africans of harbouring genocidal anti-Semitic tendencies.
The South African Jewish community lives and thrives as a dynamic contributing part of the society, proudly committed to its religious heritage and values, to its Zionism and to its moral duties as good citizens intimately involved in rebuilding a society recovering from apartheid."
"Many Jewish South Africans, both individuals and organizations, helped support the anti-apartheid movement. Most Jews, in fact, had actually voted against the apartheid National Party, casting their votes for either the Progressive Party or the United Party. One organization, the Union of Jewish Women, sought to alleviate the suffering of blacks through charitable projects and self-help schemes. Fourteen of the 23 whites involved in the 1956 Treason Trial were Jewish and all five whites of the seventeen members of the African National Congress who were arrested for anti-apartheid activities in 1963 were Jewish.
One of the great leaders of the anti-Apartheid movement, Nelson Mandela, wrote this about Jews in South Africas: “I have found Jews to be more
broadminded than most whites on issues of race and politics, perhaps because they themselves have historically been victims of prejudice." Mandela's defence attorney, Isie Maisels, was Jewish.
Jewish university students, in particular, vehemently opposed the apartheid movement. Jews, in fact, were largely represented in the percentage of white citizens who were arrested for anti-apartheid protests. A large proportion of Jews were also involved in organizations such as The Springbrook Legion, The Torch Commando, and the Black Sash. These anti-apartheid organizations led protests that were both active (ie.marching through the streets with torches) and passive (ie.standing silently in black). Other Jews sought to teach, train, and include black citizens in South African society. Ian Bernhardt lived in Johannesburg and led the Union of South African Artists in which he helped teach and protect black artists. Jews could be found in the majority of anti-apartheid organizations and protests throughout the apartheid regime.
Two Jewish organizations were formed in 1985: Jews for Justice (in Cape Town) and Jews for Social Justice (in Johannesburg) tried to reform South
African society and build bridges between the white and black communities. Also in 1985, the South African Jewish Board passed a resolution rejecting apartheid.
Jews prospered during the apartheid era. The Jewish population contained a higher than usual percentage of college graduates. More than 50 percent of the Jews were matriculated, compared to the average 23% in the total white population. Ten percent of the Jewish community had university degrees, compared to only 4% of the total white population. Jews were disproportionately represented in the commercial and financial sectors of society. The Jewish population peaked in the early 1970's reaching nearly 119,000 people.
Between 1970 and 1992, more than 39,000 Jews left South Africa, during this same period approximately 10,000 Israelis moved into the country."
As the Jews push to break down the pillars of the noble White cultures that once flourished, take note of how they maneuver through the public relations gauntlet concerning gay issues. In the mainstream media, which they control, they give off the (though often ignored) impression that only atheistic liberal Jews support forced gay integration into society (that they of course use soft-core words to label, such as "gay rights" and "gender equality"). In fact, 3 in 4 Jews support homosexuality, including most religious groups. The Orthodox that adhere to "remaining skeptical" on the issue, clearly are thinking about their own reproductive capacities and the continuation of their bizarre customs, and who undoubtedly support "homosexual advancement" if it didn't apply to them and only on the common "goy" in White countries.
The passage of ENDA through the kosher conservative House could play out into two different scenarios. It will either get passed as seemingly planned and continue to advance the Jewish "equality" agenda even more, or it could possibly be shut down by the Republicans, shaming the symbolic party of White America in the public view, hence creating antagonistic justification for increased liberal media attacks on White values. Regardless of the outcome of the bill, what can be expected is a decrease in the size of the White slice of America's pie.
The only way for White traditionalism to avoid being trampled over and shamed in the media is for it's adherents to stand tall and violently oppose the advances of the enemy, in effect gaining respect from those on the fence of the issue. Any other option results in a losing checkmate.
"U.S. senators were urged to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act by a number of Abrahamic faiths.
The Senate is scheduled to vote Monday on cloture for the Employment
Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA, which would place a short time limit on debate on the bill, preventing a filibuster.
“ENDA is a measured, common sense solution that will ensure workers are judged on their merits, not on their personal characteristics like sexual
orientation or gender identity,” the Nov. 1 letter says. “We call on you to pass this important legislation without delay.
“Our faith traditions hold different and sometimes evolving beliefs about the nature of human sexuality and marriage as well as gender identity and gender expression, but we can all agree on the fundamental premise that every human being is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect in the workplace.”
The bill exempts houses of worship and religiously affiliated organizations
from its requirements.
Among the Jewish organizations signing the letter are the American Conference of Cantors, American Jewish Committee, Anti-Defamation League, Bend the Arc Jewish Action, B’nai B’rith International, Central Conference of American Rabbis, Hadassah-The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Jewish Council for Public Affairs, Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish Women International, Keshet, The Rabbinical Assembly, The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Union for Reform Judaism, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and Women of Reform Judaism."
"An array of liberal Jewish groups lauded the US Senate for passing a bill that would extend federal anti-discrimination protections to gays.
“Today’s bipartisan Senate passage of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act is an overdue and historic accomplishment in our nation’s effort to end workplace discrimination for the LGBT community,” Rabbi David Saperstein, the director of the Reform movement’s Religious Action Center, said Thursday.
“ENDA will extend federal workplace protections to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, who deserve to be judged on the merits of their work, not on whom they love,” said Saperstein, who has for years been among those leading advocacy for such a bill.
The bill was passed 64-32, with the support of all 55 senators in the Democratic caucus and nine Republicans.
Also praising its passage were the National Council of Jewish Women, the Anti-Defamation League, B’nai B’rith International, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs and the American Jewish Committee.
The bill now goes to the Republican-led US House of Representatives. Leaders there have suggested they will not bring it to a vote."
In regards to the cause of White retribution to the Jewish attacker, the information below is on a need to know basis. According to the statistics they present, Anti-Jewism in America is almost insignificant, and on the decline.
Considering the declared-but-ignored plans for genocide of the White race by the Jews, it goes without saying that the general attitude towards them needs to drastically reverse if any chance will be posed to oust them from their seat of power, thereby removing the wellspring of hate for White people.
"Over the past 100 years the Anti- Defamation League was most likely to be active “in the newspapers and in court,” Barry Curtiss-Lusher told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday.
“Today we are more likely to be in schools and training police officers.”
Speaking with the Post on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the ADL’s founding, the organization’s national chairman expressed his belief that as America has evolved over the decades, so has the role of his organization.
How America deals with anti-Semitism, bigotry and hatred of all sorts has changed dramatically, he said.
“A hundred years ago we were focused solely on America,” but today – while the United States remains “our biggest use of resources by far” – the rest of the Jewish world has become an area of concern as well.
While at the time of the ADL’s founding in 1913 Jews were still discriminated against in housing and university admissions, today anti-Semitism is on the decline, according to a recently released ADL survey.
Twelve percent of Americans harbor deeply anti-Semitic attitudes, according to the poll, a decline of 3 percentage points from the last time the ADL took such a poll, in 2011, but approximately the same number as in an ADL poll in 2009.
According to Curtiss-Lusher, rising levels of education have helped contribute to this decline.
“The greater the degree of education, the lower the degree of anti-Semitism,” he said. “We know the greatest use of our resources is in education.”
Aside from working with children, he continued, “everybody who goes through the FBI curriculum to be an agent takes a course we put on with the Holocaust museum. Teaching about extremism and hate crimes to law enforcement is a big deal to us [and] I think that this will continue.”
One of the most important focuses of the ADL as it enters its second century is the vast international forum that is the Internet.
“Hate on the Internet is a new and growing problem,” he explained. “It transcends national borders, states. It’s everywhere. It accelerates and amplifies the hatred that’s there.”
The ADL, Curtiss-Lusher said, has built solid relationships with social networking and search giants such as Facebook and Google and is working to monitor and combat hate online.
“We just did a series of civil rights symposiums in the US. One was at the Facebook headquarters,” he said."
As was pointed out in an older post, the egalitarian lyrics and Bolshevik messages of The Beatles were promoted by Jews, by way of the band's Jewish manager. Well, it appears that wasn't their only one. In fact, The Beatles were so in bed with the Jews, literally, that it would deem anyone a fool if they attempted to argue the contrary:
"Sir Paul McCartney recently released “New,” his first album of
original rock songs since 2007’s “Memory Almost Full.” Given the 71-year-old McCartney’s love affair with all things Jewish for the past half-century — including collaborators, business associates, girlfriends and wives — the title could well be meant as a transliteration of the
all-purpose Jewish word nu.
The nu — I mean, new — album, full of Beatlesque confections in a panoply of styles — is co-produced by Mark Ronson, one of the hottest producers in popular music for the last decade or so, and the scion of a prominent English-Jewish family (the name was originally Aaronson). Ronson got the McCartney gig after DJing his 2011 wedding to Nancy Shevell, which took place on the day after Yom Kippur.
Over the holiday, the bride and groom attended services at the Liberal Jewish Synagogue in St. John’s Wood, near McCartney’s home and close to Abbey Road Studios, where the Beatles recorded most of their songs. Reports from the time of the wedding suggested that McCartney was considering a Jewish conversion in deference to his newlywed, but that apparently hasn’t happened - yet.
But Shevell is not the first Jewish Lady McCartney; that honor belonged to
McCartney’s first wife, Linda Eastman. Born in New York City and raised in Scarsdale, N.Y., Linda Eastman was the daughter of Lee Eastman — the son of Russian-Jewish immigrants, born Leopold Vail Epstein — and Louise Sara Lindner.
When Linda Eastman and McCartney’s daughter, Stella McCartney, became a fashion designer, she followed family footsteps into the rag trade; her maternal grandfather, Max J. Lindner, was founder of the Lindner Company, the largest women’s clothing store in Cleveland, Ohio. Lindner was a member of the most prominent Reform temple in Cleveland and president of its Men’s Club; active in the Jewish Welfare Fund and in the Jewish country club; and a major philanthropic force in Cleveland’s Jewish community.
McCartney married Linda Eastman in 1969, and the two famously stayed together as one of rock music’s most stable, loving couples until Eastman’s death in 1998 due to complications from breast cancer. They made music together: first, on the album “Ram,” the cover of which pictures McCartney grasping two ram’s horns, and subsequently, in McCartney’s post-Beatles group, Wings.
Linda’s father, Lee Eastman, was an entertainment lawyer who represented McCartney after the Beatles’ long-term manager — coincidentally also an Epstein, named Brian (but no relation) — passed away. McCartney’s choice of his father-in-law as manager was famously opposed by fellow Beatle John Lennon, who favored the former Rolling Stones manager Allen Klein. The dispute over management of the Beatles (which pitted a Jewish lawyer against a Jewish accountant) became a major factor in the ultimate dissolution of the Fab Four. Linda Eastman’s brother, John Eastman, later took over from Lee Eastman and remained McCartney’s manager for many years.
Linda Eastman wasn’t the first Jewish woman who McCartney had dated That distinction goes to Francie Schwartz, who, as a 23-year-old screenwriter, flew to London from her native New York City on a whim in 1968 to see if she could interest McCartney — who at the time was engaged to be married to Jane Asher — in one of her scripts. The two wound up having an affair during the making of “The White Album,” and were allegedly discovered in bed together at McCartney’s place by Asher upon her surprise return home from a stay in India. Asher subsequently broke off the engagement; McCartney and Schwartz soon split, and McCartney took up with Linda Eastman.
McCartney wasn’t the only Beatle to enjoy a storied and enduring marriage to a Jewish woman. Ringo Starr and one-time Bond girl and Playboy model Barbara Bach — born Barbara Goldbach, a native of Jackson Heights, Queens — recently celebrated 32 years of matrimony."
According to the Jews, Europe (a synonym for "Gentiles") won't be able to survive into the future without "their" superior technology and their "graciousness" to share it.
What this signifies is their motive-driven aggregation of knowledge from White people all over the world, for as long as they've been around. Through their ethnic crime syndicate that uses a religion to remain unsuspected, Jews have always had the goal of erecting themselves higher up on the food chain than the White "Gentile" race. And anyone who observes nature knows that whom ever possesses the most might (technological advantage) is undebateably right in terms of survival.
"After all, when it comes to knowledge-based industries, Israel is one of the most competitive economies on the planet thanks to its remarkable capacity for innovation. Indeed, it is no secret that Israel is a world-leader in the hi-tech and start-up sectors. Israel’s remarkable laboratories and scientific institutes are the envy of the world and a magnet for international investment.
Let’s look at the facts. Israel boasts around 4,000 technology start-ups,
which is more than any other country outside the US. Not surprisingly, half of Israel's exports are of the hi-tech variety. Israel leads the world in patents for medical equipment and is a supplier of inexpensive but crucial medicines to Europe (such as Copaxone for multiple sclerosis and Actos for type 2 diabetes). And it has attracted the most venture capital investment per capita in the world, 30 times more than Europe.
Antonio Tajani, the European Commission’s vice president for enterprise
and industry, has pledged to strengthen industrial cooperation between the EU and Israel. Indeed, the whole point of his recent two-day mission to Israel was to procure Israel’s cooperation in the areas of space technology, communications and water technology. The implication is that without Israeli input, EU industry will lag behind the rest of the world.
Without Israel, Europe is less competitive. And in the aftermath of a
global recession and a continuing Eurozone crisis, a return to economic
competitiveness is vital for the well-being of Europe and the rest of the
The EU leadership must concentrate on building solid relations with the world’s leading innovator, Israel."