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    L.A. Rabbi: Those We Marched with on Racism, LGBT Issues Are Ignoring Us.

    You know what I find inexplicable: is why Jews attacked and belittled and fought against the only political bloc in this country that did support you, post WW2 - "right wing" conservatives.

    And now you're whining that the monster you created, yes, you, Jews, the intellectual bloc that set the stage for and unleashed full scale Marxist revolution in the US were/are almost universally, Jews, now you are rending your garments as the wolf prepares to tear your throat out.

    Well, don't look to me for help, my people are utterly de-moralized, weak, stupid and self loathing, they won't lift a finger to save themselves, let alone you, because of you.

    Go whip up support from the coloreds and queeers you love so much.

    Good luck...you'll probably end up with a punch in the face or shot.


    L.A. Rabbi: Those We Marched with on Racism, LGBT Issues Are Ignoring Us, It’s Easier to Virtue Signal than Be Virtuous

    https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2023...n-be-virtuous/

    IAN HANCHETT 10 Nov 2023

    On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Laura Coates Live,” Senior Rabbi of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles Steve Leder stated that “most people are better at virtue signaling than they are at behaving virtuously. And that’s what we’re experiencing and that our brothers and sisters with whom we marched after George Floyd, with whom we marched for women’s rights, for LGBTQ+ rights, we were marching on a one-way street for the most part.”

    Leder stated, “The Palestinian people have been the doormat of the Middle East for a century, and they deserve better. They deserve better from their own leaders, they deserve better from their Arab brethren and other Arab nations, they deserve better from Israel, and they deserve better from us.”

    He continued, “However, that admittedly complex, nuanced, difficult dynamic that needs to be addressed, has nothing, I repeat, nothing to do with what happened on October 7, 2023, that Hamas made the decision to murder…we have to bifurcate…because conflation is the enemy. When you start to conflate a clear act of murderous terrorism, with an admittedly complex and difficult issue, you begin to obscure the truth of the matter. So, the only way forward, I think, is the following: Can we all agree that what Hamas did was morally repugnant and wrong, and can we all see how they are trying to flip the script? And by that I mean, attack Israel and murder, force Israel to defend itself and respond, hide behind innocent Gazans — behind them and underneath them in tunnels, 300 miles of tunnels below the ground — and then use the death of those civilians to claim that you, the perpetrator, are the victim, and the real victim is now the victimizer. If we can at least agree that what Hamas did was wrong, morally repugnant, then we have a conversation that we can actually have. But if we conflate what happened on October 7 with the other complicated issues in the Middle East, we will make no progress, and it will be a race to the bottom, my tragedy is worse than your tragedy. We have got to stop conflating these two issues, that’s the only way I think we can address them, one at a time.”

    Host Laura Coates then asked, “I just have to ask you this question, because I am a scholar of the Civil Rights movement. It was a calling of mine to be in the Civil Rights Division in the Department of Justice, and one of the things that was always so ingrained in my household growing up…is about [the fact] that, sometimes, the people who don’t look like you or believe what you do or have had your personal life or journey, can be and ought to be your staunchest defenders and champions, and you should be one for them as well. I wonder, what has been the experience of support you have gotten from communities where we are accustomed to having coalitions? Do you feel that there is support from other groups?”

    Leder answered, “Some, but not anywhere near what I had hoped for. I’ll tell you what I said — I spoke to a bunch of Millennials and Gen Zers a couple of weeks ago, Laura, about this issue — and I said, the harsh reality that you are bumping up against is that most people are better at virtue signaling than they are at behaving virtuously. And that’s what we’re experiencing and that our brothers and sisters with whom we marched after George Floyd, with whom we marched for women’s rights, for LGBTQ+ rights, we were marching on a one-way street for the most part. Because they are not marching with us now. In fact, any feminist marching for Hamas is a feminist marching for rape, it’s inexplicable to me. And I don’t have a good answer for you, other than to say, sadly, that Jew-hatred is trumping, is subverting and subordinating the values they claim to stand for and live by. There’s a blindness that comes with groupthink, there’s a blindness that comes with Jew-hatred, and you end up subordinating all the values you say you stand for. And when your professed values and lived values are not the same, that makes you a hypocrite, full stop.”
    Another mark of a tyrant is that he likes foreigners better than citizens, and lives with them and invites them to his table; for the one are enemies, but the Others enter into no rivalry with him. - Aristotle's Politics Book 5 Part 11



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    Gee, a Jew trying to lay a guilt trip on somebody. How unexpected.

    Oy, I do and do and do for you, and willya look at the thanks I get, go figure...

    Dude's a walking stereotype.

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    True.

    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Gee, a Jew trying to lay a guilt trip on somebody. How unexpected.

    Oy, I do and do and do for you, and willya look at the thanks I get, go figure...

    Dude's a walking stereotype.
    This made me laugh. I guess we're both antisemites

    (I'm stealing that line to post at breitbart.)
    Last edited by Valli6; 11-10-2023 at 10:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Gee, a Jew trying to lay a guilt trip on somebody. How unexpected.

    Oy, I do and do and do for you, and willya look at the thanks I get, go figure...

    Dude's a walking stereotype.
    I'm LMAO...I read that in Archie Bunker's voice.
    Another mark of a tyrant is that he likes foreigners better than citizens, and lives with them and invites them to his table; for the one are enemies, but the Others enter into no rivalry with him. - Aristotle's Politics Book 5 Part 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    You know what I find inexplicable: is why Jews attacked and belittled and fought against the only political bloc in this country that did support you, post WW2 - "right wing" conservatives.
    So, I don't really find this inexplicable at all. The left-leaning Jews (which is by no means ALL Jews) like to make themselves feel better by labeling someone else a victim, then standing beside them. This serves two purposes... It makes them feel like they're a better person, AND it puts the victim label on someone else. They don't want that label applied to their own children. God forbid!!

    But yeah, when they actually are the victim, they expect sympathy and retribution from the very ones they were using in the first place. It's the poetic justice of the social justice farce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valli6 View Post
    This made me laugh. I guess we're both antisemites
    LOL...nahh...I can't speak for everybody, but I'm tired and have had quite enough of this bull$#@!.
    Another mark of a tyrant is that he likes foreigners better than citizens, and lives with them and invites them to his table; for the one are enemies, but the Others enter into no rivalry with him. - Aristotle's Politics Book 5 Part 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    I'm LMAO...I read that in Archie Bunker's voice.
    That is funny. Not exactly what I heard when I wrote it. I was thinking more in terms of Artie Auerbach's voice.

    He was a particularly funny man who did a particularly nasal little New York Jewish accent. You might just remember him as Jack Benny's Mr. Kitzel.

    Not surprisingly, he has been scrubbed from YouTube.



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    "Oy, I do and do and do for you, and willya look at the thanks I get, go figure..."

    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    That is funny. Not exactly what I heard when I wrote it. I was thinking more in terms of Artie Auerbach's voice.

    He was a particularly funny man who did a particularly nasal little New York Jewish accent. You might just remember him as Jack Benny's Mr. Kitzel.

    Not surprisingly, he has been scrubbed from YouTube.
    I read it in the voice of an actress playing a jewish grandmother in a 60s or 70s sitcom.

    But you're reference to Artie Auerbach and Mr Kitzel is better. While the names don't immediately ring a bell, I know exactly what voice you're referring to. (Was that an actual quote? Sounded familiar.) Sometimes I listen to old Jack Benny episodes at the Old Time Radio internet archive. https://archive.org/details/oldtimeradio
    It's a pleasant escape from all the stupid of nowadays.

    Jewish comedians did the most hilarious accents back then.
    Last edited by Valli6; 11-10-2023 at 12:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valli6 View Post
    Was that an actual quote? Sounded familiar.
    Maybe. Probably a mish mash of several such routines I've heard. I don't know. An actress playing a Jewish grandmother, or Harvey Kormann doing it in drag on Carol Burnett, yeah, that works.

    Quote Originally Posted by Valli6 View Post
    Sometimes I listen to old Jack Benny episodes at the Old Time Radio internet archive. https://archive.org/details/oldtimeradio
    I don't know if they have it, but there is an episode starring Jim Backus as a car salesman. And, of course, Mel Blanc as Benny's Maxwell. It's funnier if you remember that both Kaisers and DeSotos were still being produced at the time (Maxwell gave up the ghost a quarter century before).

    He might never have scored his job at Warner and voiced Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Porky, Yosemite, Speedy, Tweety, Sylvester, Foghorn, Marvin, Pepé... if Mel Blanc hadn't been heard playing Jack Benny's Maxwell.

    Benny eventually put him in front of the camera...

    Last edited by acptulsa; 11-10-2023 at 01:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    That is funny. Not exactly what I heard when I wrote it. I was thinking more in terms of Artie Auerbach's voice.

    He was a particularly funny man who did a particularly nasal little New York Jewish accent. You might just remember him as Jack Benny's Mr. Kitzel.

    Not surprisingly, he has been scrubbed from YouTube.
    Try the Aardvark instead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Try the Aardvark instead...
    John Byner imitating Art Carney and Dean Martin. Classic. When I was a kid I was convinced Dino truly did the voice of the ant.

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    to: https://twitter.com/ElanaNYC1/status...57658451988755


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    to: https://twitter.com/rondeaulivia/sta...74000602222912


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    Somebody with a twitter account--no a current one, an ex account--no, not an ex account, that would probably be a twitter account, I mean an X account--should "borrow" my response...

    Oy, I do and do and do for you, and willya look at the thanks I get, go figure...

    Guilt trips. Walking stereotypes.
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    Jack Benny, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson and Mel Blanc all together.

    Freaking hilarious listening to Bugs Bunny as a gas jockey breaking Benny's and Rochester's balls.

    LOL - and where have I seen that Jaguar before???

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    https://twitter.com/ferryman4747/sta...19841193894291

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    Cope and seethe, Schlomo, cope and seethe.

    Another mark of a tyrant is that he likes foreigners better than citizens, and lives with them and invites them to his table; for the one are enemies, but the Others enter into no rivalry with him. - Aristotle's Politics Book 5 Part 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    John Byner imitating Art Carney and Dean Martin. Classic. When I was a kid I was convinced Dino truly did the voice of the ant.
    I always thought it was Jackie Mason doing the voice of the Aardvark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    I always thought it was Jackie Mason doing the voice of the Aardvark.
    It was Byner imitating Mason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    It was Byner imitating Mason.
    Yeah, I learned that many years later. Just like I found out that Clapton didn't play the famous guitar intro to Layla...
    "Foreign aid is taking money from the poor people of a rich country, and giving it to the rich people of a poor country." - Ron Paul
    "Beware the Military-Industrial-Financial-Pharma-Corporate-Internet-Media-Government Complex." - B4L update of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
    "Totally free immigration? I've never taken that position. I believe in national sovereignty." - Ron Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptUSA View Post
    This serves two purposes... It makes them feel like they're a better person, AND it puts the victim label on someone else. They don't want that label applied to their own children. God forbid!!
    ...
    And as the article makes clear, there was an expectation of reciprocity.
    "Foreign aid is taking money from the poor people of a rich country, and giving it to the rich people of a poor country." - Ron Paul
    "Beware the Military-Industrial-Financial-Pharma-Corporate-Internet-Media-Government Complex." - B4L update of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
    "Totally free immigration? I've never taken that position. I believe in national sovereignty." - Ron Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    Yeah, I learned that many years later. Just like I found out that Clapton didn't play the famous guitar intro to Layla...
    It was magic with all of them.

    Another mark of a tyrant is that he likes foreigners better than citizens, and lives with them and invites them to his table; for the one are enemies, but the Others enter into no rivalry with him. - Aristotle's Politics Book 5 Part 11

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    The Israelis are trying to use the sympathy from happened to the Jews 75 years ago to commit genocide on the Palestinians. They are surprised it isn't working? Not even all Jews support the Israeli government.

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    https://twitter.com/rondeaulivia/sta...71881891480062
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    "Beware the Military-Industrial-Financial-Pharma-Corporate-Internet-Media-Government Complex." - B4L update of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
    "Debt is the drug, Wall St. Banksters are the dealers, and politicians are the addicts." - B4L
    "Totally free immigration? I've never taken that position. I believe in national sovereignty." - Ron Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    https://twitter.com/ferryman4747/sta...19841193894291

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Cope and seethe, Schlomo, cope and seethe.

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