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J Street = F U Street, NJDC = KAPO

The Jewidicals rejoice. "J Street" is a vile group that represents the a "jewish perspective" reflected by "jews" like Noam  Chomsky and NormanFinklestein. And while it has been denied, I believe this group is backed by Jew hating "jew" George Soros. He promised for some time the formation of a group to counter AIPAC. It is my opinion this is it. He is the black hand. MoveOn financier  Soros was on the record as an initial backer of the concept for the
group and then  "pulled out of it". I don’t buy it.
Among the Jew haters on their advisory council Arab funded Lincoln Chafee, Obama adviser Rob Malley, Air America moneyman Shelby Drobman


We collected over 20,000 signatures in 24 hours asking Iran Unity rally
organizer Malcolm Hoenlein to take Sarah Palin off the schedule for Monday’s
rally, and he caved to our pressure on Thursday afternoon citing the fact that
the rally had become too partisan

This is the right decision.  A unity rally to express communal solidarity is
no place for partisan politics.  And to give such prominence to Sarah Palin
alone would have spoken neither to, nor for, the American Jewish community.

This is a victory not just for the 20,188 others who signed J Street’s
petition.  It’s a victory for the broader community.  And we’re pleased the
rally’s organizers came to their senses so quickly.

Victories like these don’t come easily – or often. But when they do, we
should savor them, at least briefly.

We’ll be back at it tomorrow, because our next task is making sure that the
messages at the rally reflect the view of a majority of Americans – Jewish and
otherwise – that the best way to deal with Iran is through tough, smart
diplomacy – not saber rattling and threats of force.

The Democraps have a lot to answer for.

NJDC Commends the Withdrawal of Palin’s Invitation to the Iran

Yesterday, NJDC said that Monday’s protest against Ahmadinejad was too
important to be tainted by partisanship. Today, NJDC commends the Conference of
Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, the National Coalition to Stop Iran
Now, The Israel Project, United Jewish Communities, the UJA-Federation of New
York and the Jewish Council for Public Affairs for making the right decision by
withdrawing their invitation to Governor Sarah Palin.

Great comment from Michele, "Obama wants to meet unconditionally with Ahmadinejad, but the Democrats won’t attend a rally with Sarah Palin. Now they understand how a public meeting can legitimize their adversary.
The rally organizers, Barak Obama and the Democratic party have made this protest into a George Soros wet dream. J Street triumphs and ascends as a major mainstream Jewish group which is a sub-text of this whole thing. They have been accredited. They come away from this greatly empowered by the event organizers. This has obviously also been an Obama and Biden goal to disempower the so-called "Jewish Lobby" by supporting a Jewish group. Soros has made this possible.  Biden has been quite clear in his comments on the Jewish Lobby. This is the real life application of Mersheimer and Walt’s writings. The organizers of this event through their lack of courage have done a great disservice to the Jewish community and the cause they supposedly avow. I know people who were going to but will now not attend, what a shame.  This rally, while it should still go forward, is tainted to say the least.   "

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