Saturday, June 23, 2018

Quisling Jews Seek to Disrupt Birthright Travelers

Well, they would, wouldn't they?

Yes, Let's All Be Doing This

Celebrating the 'Haley Effect'

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

"Progressive" Jew's Lame Explanation for Canada Abstaining From UN's Vile Anti-Israel Motion

It doesn't get lamer than this:
However, Karen Mock, the president of JSpace Canada, a progressive Zionist organization, is not as concerned with how Canada voted on the resolution.

“Canada’s support for Israel is clear and long-standing, so it should not be judged by any one vote. Canada is walking a diplomatic tightrope to regain a spot on the security council, which will allow Canada to do far more good than on the sidelines,” she said.

Mock also pointed out that once it was clear which way the vote was going, there was no point in Canada voting in favour of the resolution. She said that strategic voting will put Canada in a position to play a stronger role in the peace process going forward.
"Strategic voting" my adorably dimpled arse. The only strategy to be seen here is the Trudeau government's desire to suck up--big time--to the heinous UN. And if that means shafting Israel in the process, well, that's something that the Liberals (and let's remember that the "progressive" Ms. Mock numbers herself among their ranks and, indeed, was once a Liberal candidate in a Canadian election) are only too willing to do. 

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

U.S. To UNHRC: We're Outta Here!

Kudos to the Trump administration for hightailing it out of what is arguably the UN's most odious body, its absurdly misnamed "Human Rights Council." (It should be called the "UN Let's Bash Israel Using the Pretext of Human Rights Council.")

The numbers say it all:

UN Human Rights Council Condemnations, 2006-16:
Israel 68
Syria 20
Burma 11
North Korea 9
Belarus 6
Iran 6
Eritrea 5
Sudan 3
Sri Lanka 3
Libya 2
Burundi 1
Honduras 1
Algeria 0
China 0
Iraq 0
Pakistan 0
Russia 0
Somalia 0
Turkey 0
Venezuela 0
Vietnam 0

Yemen 0


Despite these sickening stats, the EU remains unwavering in its support.

Arms and the (Orange) Man

This does not sound good:
The divergence between the Trump administration’s desire to increase arms sales to the Middle East and the capacity limits of Arab clients for what the US currently markets makes the release of new types of advanced US weapon systems to the region more likely. This could undermine Israel’s qualitative military edge. While the Trump administration’s global arms export drive may increase US-Israel competition for certain markets, it could also offer opportunities for joint arms export cooperation. But Israel should be wary of following the American lead in relaxing export standards for approving arms sales.

Jews With Backbone Defy Anti-Israel Jews

A refreshing--and all too rare--occurrence these days.

A Royal Rose By Any Other Name...Stinks To High Heaven

Prince William’s Israel itinerary refers to Old City Jerusalem as ‘Occupied Palestinian Territories’

Monday, June 18, 2018

Beam Him Up, Scotty

Trump announces plans for Pentagon to create 'Space Force'

Unpacking "Juche," North Korea's Ideology

Sounds a lot like Trumpism, if you ask me (my bolds):
Juche, which roughly translates as “self-reliance,” is an odd blend of several different ideas. It borrows much of its language from Marxism but also draws on Confucianism, 20th-century Japanese imperialism, and traditional Korean nationalism. Its core idea is that North Korea is a country that must remain separate and distinct from the world, dependent solely on its own strength and the guidance of a near-godlike leader.