Support Lara Kollab!


Lightning: (Please read the article!)

We need more like her. If anyone reading this works in healthcare, please follow her excellent example, one that she was willing to blow her own cover in order to inspire us with.

‘The mission of Touro College is to educate, perpetuate and enrich the historic Jewish tradition of tolerance and dignity.

‘We are shocked that one of our graduates would voice statements that are antithetical to Touro and to the physicians’ Hippocratic Oath.’

The Hippocratic Oath, part of Western civilization (which must die), should be replaced by the Kollab Principle.

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First anti-Zionist harvest of 2019

A familiar face from our Backlash Herders list is threatened:

City, state and federal agencies are taking a look at a vicious, hateful email sent a restaurant frequented by talk radio icon Michael Savage that threatens to shoot up the establishment if he’s not denied future service.




Anti-racist – check. Owns firearms – check. Jew-aware – check. Not bad. At least part of our message is getting through.

But honestly, if this is a guy willing to apply the Second Amendment, why not target ICE/CBP instead? Sure, Savage promotes unethical ideas, but the correct way to defeat inferior ideas is with superior ideas. Jumping the gun to assassinate Savage merely deprives us of the chance to first confront and defeat him in debate, without which we cannot fully show what is wrong with his ideas. On the contrary, it would only amplify his message by making it seem like we must resort to silencing him because we do not know how to rebut him. For now, retaliatory violence should be reserved for those on the front lines of initiated violence (e.g. ICE/CBP). Savage defends ICE/CBP on his show, so of course he is supportive of the violence they initiate and hence he is morally deserving of the same retaliation, but on account of him being a professional propagandist, he must at least be incontrovertibly exposed as defending the indefensible prior to being punished for doing so.

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Last anti-Zionist harvest of 2018

Last weekend, LeBron James, the biggest name in basketball, posted on Instagram the lyrics to a song by the rapper 21 Savage.

The line James typed out to his followers feeds off the ancient libel against Jews, that they control the world’s money supply: ”We been getting that Jewish money, everything is Kosher.”

Alice Walker, African-American novelist (“The Color Purple”), is being called out for her embrace of the notorious British Jew hater David Ickes, and for a poem she penned condemning Israel. It’s a fair argument that criticizing Israeli policies in regards to the Palestinians, as Walker does in her poem, doesn’t automatically equate to anti-Semitism. But the author confirms her bigotry by rambling on about the evils of the Talmud, the Jewish holy book.

Leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement have shunned Jews, who played such a critical role in the struggle for civil rights, and produced a manifesto declaring Israel guilty of genocide and apartheid.

Tamika Mallory, co-chairman of Women’s March Inc., is accused of marginalizing Jewish women. A women’s march scheduled for next month in Chicago blew up over charges of anti-semitism.

What we have to do now is defend these people – and in so doing teach others how to defend them – from those who seek to discredit them, as the remainder of the linked article attempts to do:

I know nothing of the rapper 21 Savage. But he also apologized for the lyrics of his song and, like James, expressed amazement they were deemed offensive. Would he be as nonchalant if a white singer threw around such trite stereotypes about blacks?

This is a false equivalence which we have covered on the main site. Jews invented Jewishness for themselves, thus can blame none but themselves for all retaliation from those whom their identity is designed to exclude. “Blacks”, in contrast, had “blackness” forcibly imposed upon them by “whites” (including Jews!), thus justly attack those who saddled them with an identity they never asked for. The correct equivalence is between Jewishness and “whiteness”, both being identities invented by the tribe members for themselves. The correct question to ask, therefore, is whether 21 Savage would be as nonchalant if a “black” singer threw around trite stereotypes about “whites”. In fact, this occurs rather often, and is widely sympathized with, because all people possessing even the most basic sense of honour intuitively understand what I have just explained, even if not all of them are yet able to articulate it quite as precisely.

Years ago I wrote a column asking when Jews got moved to the back of the bus of victimhood. I questioned then why folks can say hideous things about Jews and not be driven from the spotlight (the Rev. Jesse Jackson). The question persists today.

When the Jewish claim to victimhood got discredited? Probably from the moment we exposed Judaism as a racist religion, and hence that the Jewish gene pool has been self-selecting for racist traits for millenia.

Why we can respectably express disgust towards Jews? Is racism not disgusting? The correct question should be: could we remain respectable – indeed could we even respect ourselves – if we were willing to refrain from condemning it?

Anti-Semitism is the most murderous force in history. It’s not OK to engage in it as casually as James did, nor as whole-heartedly as Farrakhan does.

Firstly, we are anti-Jewish, not anti-Semitic (a linguistic category). Secondly, if there were something unethical about being anti-Jewish, Jews should complain about the unethicality itself. They do not because they know perfectly well there is nothing unethical about it, exactly the same as how WNs have been trained (including by Jews!) to call anti-racism “anti-white” because they too cannot oppose us on ethical grounds.

You don’t get a pass because you’re a member of a group that has also endured racism and discrimination. Hate is hate.

No, Jews don’t get a pass just because WNs dislike George Soros. Racism is racism, and all racism deserves our hatred.

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Support Patricia Okoumou!

Firstly, our respect and gratitude:

Magistrate judge Gabriel Gorenstein convicted Therese Patricia Okoumou, who goes by Patricia, on Monday afternoon after a one-day bench trial in New York, asserting that the protester’s political and moral motivations did not trump the law.

Okoumou had grown teary on Monday as she told a judge in New York about how the treatment of children at the US-Mexico border prompted her to scale the statue in a high-profile protest on the Fourth of July this year.

“I wanted to send a strong statement that children do not belong in cages,” said Okoumou, on Monday morning at the start of her trial at the Manhattan federal court.

After the trial, Okoumou stood outside the courthouse, thanking friends, her fellow members of the activist group Rise and Resist and supporters in an upbeat tone.

“We stand on the right side of the history. I am not discouraged,” she said.

“While migrant children who simply came to this country, like our ancestors did, to seek happiness, freedom and liberation. Instead of welcoming them like Lady Liberty symbolizes, instead of treating them with kindness, what we showed them is cages. So if I go in a cage with them, I am on the right side of history.”

Okoumou, a Congo-born naturalized US citizen who lives in Staten Island, was found guilty on charges of trespassing and interfering with government agency functions, as well as disorderly conduct, in relation to her climb. She pleaded not guilty.

The charges collectively carry punishment of up to 18 months behind bars. She will be sentenced at a later date.

Okoumou’s main concern – as it has been since her climb, when she had to be retrieved by law enforcement officers attached to ropes – is the children, she said.

Several thousand migrant minors are being held at a growing detention camp near El Paso, Texas. Meanwhile, many children languish in deteriorating conditions on the Mexican side of the border.

“It would never happen in my country – we don’t treat children like political bait,” she said. “I just have had nightmares and night sweats.”

Lawyer Michael Avenatti, who has joined Okoumou’s legal team, sat in the front row of the gallery.

Avenatti said the verdict was not surprising.

“But sometimes you have to stand on principle. History will be incredibly kind to Patricia,” he said.

But Avenatti’s remark requires qualification. History will be incredibly kind to Okoumou only if we are the ones who write it. First we must prevent our enemies from becoming the ones who write history, which with every refugee they eliminate they improve their chances of becoming. Peaceful protests alone will not stop them from continuing what they do every day. If Okoumou was willing to go to prison for climbing the Statue of Liberty, why was she not willing to go to prison for the much more consequential activism of shooting ICE and/or Border Patrol agents, who are the ones, as we speak, physically throwing the children into the cages where they subsequently starve to death? Does she seriously think ICE/Border Patrol will see her on the Statue of Liberty and suddenly decide by themselves to free the children? Rachel Corrie let an IDF bulldozer roll over her body. Did Israel care?

The only effective counter to initiated violence is retaliatory violence, because retaliatory violence is the only thing that those initiating violence cannot ignore. Yes, we have to stand on principle. That is what the Second Amendment was intended to enable. If you will not use your firearm to rescue children caged in torturous conditions for no fault of their own, what will you use your firearm for?

Bonus video 1 (what Okoumou’s activism reminded me of):

Bonus video 2 (what needs to follow):

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Anti-Zionist harvest: Women’s March edition

Reclassifying Jews into the oppressor category continues apace in increasingly mainstream leftist circles:

as the women were opening up about their backgrounds and personal investments in creating a resistance movement to Trump, Perez and Mallory allegedly first asserted that Jewish people bore a special collective responsibility as exploiters of black and brown people—and even, according to a close secondhand source, claimed that Jews were proven to have been leaders of the American slave trade.

Questions also began to emerge about the ideological values upon which the movement was being built. On Jan. 12, the Women’s March made public their Unity Principles, which asserted: “We must create a society in which women, in particular women—in particular Black women, Native women, poor women, immigrant women, Muslim women, and queer and trans women—are free and able to care for and nurture their families, however they are formed, in safe and healthy environments free from structural impediments.” Numerous observers noted the absence of “Jewish” from the list of signifiers, and began questioning whether it signaled something about whether and how warmly American Jews—the vast majority of whom vote and identify as Democrats—would be welcomed in a changing left.

I noticed the energy in the room changed. I suddenly realized that Tamika and Carmen were facing Vanessa [Wruble], who was sitting on a couch, and berating her—but it wasn’t about her being white. It was about her being Jewish. ‘Your people this, your people that.’ I was raised in the South and the language that was used is language that I’m very used to hearing in rural South Carolina. Just instead of against black people, against Jewish people. They even said to her ‘your people hold all the wealth.’ You could hear a pin drop. It was awful.”

Reached by Tablet, Wruble declined to comment on the incident. Multiple other sources confirm that soon after, Wruble was no longer affiliated with the Women’s March Inc.—as the nascent group was starting to be known.

When Tablet asked Morganfield whether she believes the co-chairs are anti-Semitic, she offered a terse answer: “There are no Jewish women on the board. They refused to put any on. Most of the Jewish people resigned and left. They refused to even put anti-Semitism in the unity principles.”

Do you honestly believe this happened all on its own? And this is why a decade ago crypto-Jews tried to convince me that feminists would never care about anti-Zionism and were therefore not worth liasing with. Of course I did not listen to them. Now we know who was correct:

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Still waiting for Turkey to join the EU

Our enemies remind us why Turkey needs to join the EU ASAP:

Gabay discussed President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s establishing nine councils, the members of which he appointed, and who are responsible for “offering policy proposals, ideas and strategies to the president” on the economy, foreign policy, education and law.Among those appointed to official positions within these councils, Gabay wrote, are well-known public figures who have made blatant anti-Semitic statements.

In an interview with the Turkish journal Yörünge in August, for instance, author Alev Alatl?, now a member of Erdogan’s culture and art council, said that the “anti-Erdogan forces of the world” are led by Jews and motivated by millennia-long Jewish teachings. “The real project [of the Jews] is to cleanse the universe of goyim,” she said, referring to “goyim” as those “for whom there is no place in the world unless they serve the Jews.”

In another interview the same month with the newspaper Takvim, Alatl? said:

“American imperialism and Jewish alliance (Evangelism and Jewish) have once again stepped into action today and are dragging the world into chaos. Their first target is Turkey.”

Last year, Professor Burhan Kuzu, a former MP of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), tweeted:

“Kennedy took the mandate for printing the U.S. dollar from the Jewish bank and gave it to the state’s central bank and got killed; the killer remains unidentified.”

Kuzu is also now a member of Erdogan’s law council.

Erdogan’s appointment of anti-Semites, such as those mentioned above, should not come as a surprise. When U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Erdogan responded by referring to a hadith (a saying by Islam’s prophet, Mohammed) about Judgement Day:

“Those who think they are the owners of Jerusalem today will not even be able to find trees to hide behind tomorrow,” he said, during a Human Rights Day event in Ankara on December 10.

Anti-Semitism and physical assaults against Jews have a long history in Turkey. In Istanbul’s Neve ?alom Synagogue, for example, Jews were victims of three terrorist attacks: in 1986 (by the Abu Nidal Organization); in 1992 (by Turkish Hizballah); and in 2003 (by Al-Qaeda). There are currently fewer than 15,000 Jews in Turkey and their number reportedly keeps declining.

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Falangism back in Spain?

A far-right party has won seats in a Spanish regional election for the first time in decades.

The Vox party took 12 parliamentary seats in Andalusia on Sunday, beating expectations that it would win five.

In some respects Vox resembles other parties on Europe’s far-right. Its success has been at least partly due to its call for tougher immigration controls. That strategy has worked particularly well in Andalusia, the region that has received the vast majority of the nearly 53,000 migrants who have crossed the Mediterranean to Spain so far this year.

But there is another, uniquely Spanish, factor behind the party’s recent rise – the recent attempt by Catalonia to become independent.

Although all mainstream parties take a unionist stance, Vox has gone further.

It has called for much tougher action against the independence movement and has even taken legal action against Catalan leaders

Who are Vox?

Founded in 2014, the party has struggled to make an impact on Spain’s political landscape.

Vox has been derided as far-right and populist, anti-immigrant and anti-Islam but its leader Santiago Abascal believes its recent surge of support is because it is “in step with what millions of Spaniards think”.

Its leaders reject the far-right label, insisting it is a party of “extreme necessity” rather than extremism. Its overall support for Spain’s membership of the EU, it says, differentiates it from many populist and far-right movements across Europe.

The party proposes to “make Spain great again” and critics have described its ideology as a nationalist throwback to the dictatorship of Francisco Franco.

And of course:

By the way:

Further analysis here:

Vox – a Falangist split from the PP in 2013 – won 12 seats, 11 per cent of the vote, up from 0.5 per cent in 2014.

How did Vox do it? The two obvious sparks for the far-right’s rise have been the increasing number of refugees from North Africa and the Middle East coming to Spain and the Catalan independence crisis.

50,000 migrants have arrived in Andalucía this year with Spain, rather than Italy or Greece, now the main destination for refugees travelling to Europe. Central to the pitch of Santiago Abascal, leader of Vox, is tough talk on deporting refugees and virulent opposition to “extreme Islam”.

The 2017 Catalan crisis led to the first Francoist protest movement in Spain since the dictator’s death, with PP and PSOE both accused of not being tough enough on the independence movement, despite the jailing of elected Catalan ministers and suppression of the independence referendum.

Election analysis of the Andalucían election by Europe Elects found Vox did “stronger in urban municipalities with high average age, high average income, high average education”. This rings true with the general analysis of the Vox base being generally older, upper middle class Francoists, fed up with the PP. But it has also won some votes from the new anti-establishment forces of Podemos and Ciudadanos.

What emerges is a fractured picture in Spanish politics, with strong pro-independence forces (generally progressive in nature) in the Basque Country and Catalonia, two Spanish parties of the left and three of the right and far-right. Spanish politics, previously a stable if corrupt entity in the post-Franco era, has exploded all over the political map.

And as a final note: it may be time for those on the Spanish left who saw Catalonia as the nationalist threat to have a re-think. Spanish nationalism is where the real danger for progressives lies.

You may recall that we supported Catalan secession from the beginning, not least as the only way to take Spain off the trajectory that would otherwise lead sooner or later to far-right ascent:

At the time many people did not understand the significance of this, and as usual it is now too late. As I keep saying, it is useless for us to be able to see several steps ahead if no one believes us:

Cassandra was cursed to utter prophecies that were true but that no one believed. … Her cursed gift from Apollo became a source of endless pain and frustration to Cassandra. She was seen as a liar and a madwoman by her family and by the Trojan people.

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Make Israel Greater Again?

Hardly anyone noticed.  The Trump administration quietly changed America’s long-held position on Syria’s strategic Golan Heights while attention was focused on the raucous political carnival in Washington.  Though barely noticed, the policy change had enormous importance and will lead the United States into a lot of future Mideast misery.

Israel seized Golan in the 1967 Arab-Israeli War and annexed the plateau in 1981. Almost all of Golan’s Arab population was driven out by the Israelis.   The UN and US demanded that Israel return Golan to its rightful owner, Syria.  After 1981, Israel moved over 20,000 settlers onto Golan to cement its control of the strategic heights and its water sources.

Since 1973, America’s policy has been to demand Israel relinquish Golan while quietly allowing US tax deductible funds to expand Jewish settlements on the plateau. Israel even reportedly offered to return Golan in exchange for a peace deal with Syria, but the secret terms of the deal were too onerous for Damascus.

The Trump administration abruptly changed US Mideast policy.  First, it announced the US Embassy would move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, meaning that it rejected the idea of a Palestinian state with its capital in the old city of Jerusalem.  Now, the White House has quietly accepted permanent Israeli control of Golan, though it violates international law and past US policy.

what the change in US Golan policy means is that Trump & Co are giving a green light to further Israeli territorial expansion.

This link was previously posted several times in comments:


In the video, the woman can be heard saying that she wants “the whole freaking nation to be white.” When Bermudez answered how that won’t happen, the woman responded “it will. You will be wiped out.”


President Donald Trump said Thursday that U.S. troops he dispatched to the nation’s border will use lethal force to stop migrants attempting to enter the country “if they have to.”Earlier this week, Trump authorized the military to use its rules of engagement, rather than those of domestic law enforcement agencies, at the border.

Today’s homework: join the dots.

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Accidental justice

It goes without saying that Robert Bowers has nothing to do with us:

The cover picture was a photo with the number 1488, which is used by neo-Nazis and white supremacists to evoke David Lane’s “Fourteen Words” and the Nazi slogan Heil Hitler.

We hate Lane and especially his Fourteen Words. Lane was a member of the KKK despised by National Socialist Germany:

Bowers’ social media posts also attacked African Americans with racial slurs and images related to lynching, and attacked women who have relationships with Black men.

We oppose Jim Crow laws. (But what can we infer from the observation that Bowers, despite his declared hostility to Jews, does not attack women who have relationships with Jewish men?)

Bowers is reported to have claimed that Jews were aiding members of Central American caravans moving towards the United States border and to have referred to members of those caravans as “invaders”.

We strongly support the caravans. As for Jews aiding the caravans, what we have always encouraged in response is for non-Jews to provide so much more effective aid to the caravans that they need no longer depend on Jewish aid out of lack of choice. This is the only correct way to cut out Jews who infiltrate good causes.

Of course, a broken clock is still correct twice a day:

he criticized President Donald Trump for being a “globalist, not a nationalist”[44] and for supposedly being controlled and surrounded by Jews.

Trump is indeed not a nationalist, as relatively educated journalists have pointed out:

only not in the way Bowers thinks, just as globalism (a purely economic ideology aimed at elimination of autarky) also does not mean what Bowers thinks it means. And yes, Trump is indeed controlled by Jews, specifically Jews who are even more anti-immigrant than he himself is:

With that said, all the Jews killed by Bowers deserved a far worse fate than what they got:

The shooting occurred while Shabbat morning services and a bris were being held inside the building.

because anyone who turns up at an event to celebrate an eight-day-old, utterly helpless baby being irreversibly mutilated without his own consent, expressly in order to subject him to pain:

Most prominent acharonim rule that the mitzvah of brit milah lies in the pain it causes, and anesthetic, sedation, or ointment should generally not be used.[15]

Eliezer Waldenberg, Yechiel Yaakov Weinberg, Shmuel Wosner, Moshe Feinstein and others agree that the child should not be sedated, although pain relieving ointment may be used under certain conditions; Shmuel Wosner particularly asserts that the act ought to be painful, per Psalms 44:23.

deserves to die a much more painful death than by being shot. So what we have here is one of those cases of a wrong motive (judging by his own statements, I doubt that justice for the circumcision victim was at all on Bowers’ mind when he opened fire) leading to a somewhat pleasing result (11 Jews dead precisely because they made the decision to attend a celebration of violent circumcision, and Bowers himself – a WN who might conceivably have targeted Central American refugees in the future – now locked away). The only disappointment is that all the dead Jews are elderly, which probably means that their deaths will have negligible long-term demographic effect (they were relatively unlikely to have further reproduced even had they stayed alive).

Let us not waste this opportunity to spread awareness about what Judaism actually is. Challenge people to explain how they can possibly feel pity for those who got shot, when every one of the shot was a self-admitted sadist at a gathering that socially normalizes a form of violence against non-consenting children that would be considered criminal if inflicted upon non-consenting adults.

What I would like to see one day is a former bris victim shooting up a synagogue to avenge himself. Someone like that, unlike Bowers, would be someone whom I would wholeheartedly defend against punishment by the law.

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Support Domenico Lucano!

Still remember Riace, the Italian town that I have been praising over and over since the refugee crisis began, and its inspirational Mayor Lucano?

If all of Italy can follow the example of Riace, then perhaps all of the EU will then follow the example of Italy. (please read my entire conversation with MS)

Francis has taken in something like two refugee families in total. Francis is a fucking joke. Here is a serious leader in comparison: If tiny Riace can do so much, how much more could the Vatican do if only it had the will?

Spread the word! The alternative to Angela Merkel is not Viktor Orban, but Domenico Lucano! (Note that the mafia has threatened Lucano over his welcoming of refugees. In other words, the attitude found in Italy’s mafia is the same as that found in Hungary’s government. Think about that for a moment.)

Well, guess what just happened now that Salvini is in power?

Pro-refugee Italian mayor arrested for ‘aiding illegal migration’

His arrest comes a week after Italy’s far-right interior minister, Matteo Salvini, announced a series of anti-immigration measures that included slashing funds for migrant reception and integration.

It also follows the suspension by the public broadcaster, Rai, of a TV show about Riace, which had been lauded as an exemplary model for integration.

Salvini shared news of Lucano’s arrest on Twitter, alongside a comment that also made a dig at the anti-mafia author, Roberto Saviano, a staunch critic of his policies. “Damn, who knows what Saviano and all the other do-gooders who want to fill Italy with immigrants will say now,” the far-right League leader wrote.

Gioacchino Criaco, a writer from Calabria who knows Lucano well, said he foresaw the mayor’s arrest even before the investigation began. “He showed how it was possible to do concrete things with limited means,” Criaco said.

“Efficiency and humanity are not welcomed in a cynical system. This is a system that only takes consensus from politics of fear. In this respect, examples of virtuousness must be eradicated.”

Lucano received a show of support on his Facebook page, with Riace locals calling on each other to rally together in solidarity.

Sergio Bontempelli, a migrant rights campaigner with the Association of Rights and Borders, said that Riace had become too well known as an example of good integration and had been under attack for years. He said other integration projects undertaken by hundreds of people in other Italian towns were now at risk.

Stop calling Salvini a “populist”! Lucano is the populist. Riace is what actual populism looks like: a self-sufficient small town with no power elite wishing to keep power within their own circle, just ordinary people (many of whom arrived owning nothing) all given a chance to contribute in whatever way they can. Salvini, in contrast, sides with the Italian mafia (a small-scale power elite in its own right) in persecuting Riace, all in the interests of Western civilization (the power elite for the last five centuries).

Lucano’s one mistake was in failing to insist that every resident of Riace had a firearm, that they organize paramilitarily and that they shoot Rehabs on sight.

Full-length documentary about Riace:

This is what Salvini wants to destroy. This is what can only be protected by the willingness to use firearms.

Not until you learn to shoot them. Will you?

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