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Post Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:11 am
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Jews Attempt To Destroy 1st Amendment


The Jewish Torah and Talmud state Goyim are cattle with no human rights. Only Jews have rights as they are the only humanity in Judaism.

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The Torah also states any who criticize the Jewish Race are to be destroyed.

You understand even mild criticism of what Israel is doing to people in Palestine which is ethic cleansing. Is "Anti-Semitism". Because its telling Jewish People that acting Jewish is wrong and that is forbidden for the Goyim to ever do.

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Telling Jews its wrong to murder, abuse, rob, rape and torture other people for not being Jewish, is basically now a Hate Crime. The Jews are saying so themselves with this new Bill they passed. What does that tell you they want to possible do to other people for not being Jewish........Maybe this?

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This is what their Torah tells them to do to all the Gentile Nations which is what their doing to the Palestinians....Because Palestinians are Goyim, thus not Jewish. And the Jews are warring on them to steal their lives and homeland. As the Torah commands.

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This is just being another day in being Jewish and its always costing us our Freedoms.

http://mondoweiss.net/2016/12/legislation-rights/
New anti-Semitism legislation may stifle campus activism for Palestinian rights - See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2016/12/legislati ... PFhlX.dpuf

Increasingly, students on American campuses perceive advocating for justice in Palestine as a moral imperative. The steady growth of the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement for Palestinian freedom has been met by a wave legislation aimed at punishing or suppressing our 1st amendment rights to free speech and silencing student activism. The latest of these bills is the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act, introduced yesterday by U.S. Senators Bob Casey (D-PA) and Tim Scott (R-SC), which redefines anti-Semitism to include criticism of Israel.

Ostensibly, according to Senators Casey and Scott, the purpose of the legislation is to “ensure the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) has the necessary statutory tools at their disposal to investigate anti-Jewish incidents”, implying previous investigations by the DOE, which failed to substantiate accusations of anti-Semitism, lacked sufficient tools to criminalize activism critical of Israel on campus.

Jewish Voice for Peace says the bill would “codify a controversial State Department definition of anti-Semitism that broadly defines criticism of the state of Israel as anti-Semitic.” And Kenneth Stern, the American Jewish Committee’s specialist on anti-Semitism and one of the drafters of the State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism, thinks “official adoption of the State Department’s definition would do more harm than good.” He doesn’t think the definition should be used as a speech code for university students and rejected that proposal in an op-ed in the Jewish Journal last year:


“… official adoption of the State Department’s definition would do more harm than good. I say this sadly, as the lead author of the somewhat more detailed European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia’s (EUMC) “working definition on anti-Semitism,” upon which the State Department definition is based, and as a strong advocate of State’s use of the definition in its global work.

The EUMC definition was crafted as a tool for data collectors in European countries to identify what to include and exclude from their reports about anti-Semitism, and to have a common frame of reference so that data might be compared across borders. …

But to enshrine such a definition on a college campus is an ill-advised idea that will make matters worse, and not only for Jewish students; it would also damage the university as a whole.

(JVP), press release: Instead of fighting anti-Semitism, new Senate bill threatens free speech



Instead of fighting anti-Semitism, new Senate bill threatens free speech

Fast-tracked “Anti-Semitism Awareness Act” designed to condemn criticism of Israel

December 1, 2016 – The United States Senate is due to consider the “Anti-Semitism Awareness Act,” a bill that, rather than fight anti-Semitism as it purports to do, will enable a crackdown against activism for Palestinian human rights on college campuses. Introduced and fast-tracked this week by Senators Bob Casey (D-PA) and Tim Scott (R-SC), the bill would codify a controversial State Department definition of anti-Semitism that broadly defines criticism of the state of Israel as anti-Semitic.

The bill is supported by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Jewish Federations of North America, the Anti-Defamation League, and the Simon Wiesenthal Center. “Given the silence of most of those organizations on the appointment of Bannon, an actual white supremacist anti-Semite to a position of power in the White House, and their poor track records of Islamophobia, it is outrageous that they are pushing through this legislation targeted at student activism for Palestinian human rights,” said Tallie Ben Daniel, academic program manager of Jewish Voice for Peace. “Instead of fighting the anti-Semitism entering the White House, this bill will go after 19-year-old students carrying protest signs against human rights abuses. This is not how to fight anti-Semitism, this is a recipe for restricting civil liberties like the right to criticize a government for its policies.”

The legislation would codify a problematic definition of anti-Semitism that right-wing Israel advocates have been trying for years to implement on college campuses in order to police student criticism of Israeli policy. The State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism includes vague wording regarding “demonizing” the state of Israel that can and has been interpreted to stifle legitimate criticism of Israel’s human rights abuses and discriminatory policies. Civil rights groups, free speech advocates and news outlets including the Los Angeles Times editorial board have raised free speech concerns about the implementation of this definition. Kenneth Stern, the lead author of the European Monitoring Centre’s definition upon which the state department definition is based, stated that to use this definition on college campuses would “do more harm than good.”

“We must be vigilant to fight against the intensified racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism that have been unleashed by Trump’s campaign and the threat of racist, anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant policies promised by his incoming administration. It is more essential than ever that our lawmakers and Jewish communal leaders insist that fighting anti-Semitism go hand in hand with fighting racism and Islamophobia, not reinforce them with misguided legislation designed to defend Israeli policies, not Jews.” said Rabbi Alissa Wise, deputy director of Jewish Voice for Peace.

Liz Jackson, civil rights attorney with Palestine Legal and cooperating counsel with the Center for Constitutional Rights: “As Trump calls for jailing flag burners, every lawmaker must stand up to protect cherished First Amendment freedoms to criticize the government. That includes the right of college students to criticize the U.S. and foreign governments like Israel. Regardless of one’s views on Palestine-Israel, we should all be alarmed at this attempt to pile on top of Trump’s attacks on free speech rights. It is plainly unconstitutional for Congress, the Department of Education, a state legislature, or any public school to punish campus speech critical of Israel.”

The Anti-Semitism Awareness Act merits full consideration and a public debate.
- See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2016/12/legislati ... PFhlX.dpuf

Post Wed Dec 07, 2016 11:11 am
Sooo...fuck the Palestinians then, i guess they dont deserve to live. I guess isreal should be excused for all the terrible shit they've done, because now that's anti-semitism. Cool.

Post Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:33 pm

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I haven't read all of the article yet but from what I have read, what seems like a jewish victory, to me seems like opportunity for people to see that jews are the problem by them passing this law. If people submit then this will work great for jews, however if people rebel then they will see more and more that jews are the cause of all the ill's in society. We should definitely use this to our advantage.


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It's like: "Goyim students, you can't just have any opinion you want on Israel, it's illegal!!"
Poor jews, in their million dollar mansions.. Always mistreated. I feel more sorry for the jewish people than for the 17 000 children who starved to death today, because of jewish interests. Poor jews.


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Congress aren't patriots, they are tools to be used to further Jewish thought.

They're misled children.

Post Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:52 am
HP Mageson666 Site Admin

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The jews are losing by the day so they have to drop the mask and come out in public as open jews to double down on the Goyim. Which only speeds up their defeat. The double down didn't even work for them in their USSR were they will killing people in a terrorist state.

MagickEye9 wrote:
I haven't read all of the article yet but from what I have read, what seems like a jewish victory, to me seems like opportunity for people to see that jews are the problem by them passing this law. If people submit then this will work great for jews, however if people rebel then they will see more and more that jews are the cause of all the ill's in society. We should definitely use this to our advantage.


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The State Department’s definition, shared by the European Union, states, “Anti-Semitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of anti-Semitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, towards Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

Examples include, among other things:

• Calling for, aiding, or justifying the killing or harming of Jews

• Accusing the Jews as a people, or Israel as a state, of inventing or exaggerating the Holocaust

• Demonizing Israel by blaming it for all inter-religious or political tensions

• Judge Israel by a double standard that one would not apply to any other democratic nation


https://www.casey.senate.gov/newsroom/r ... reness-act
HAIL SATAN!


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These fking JEWS :x
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