Anti-Zionist harvest: New York 16th & 17th congressional districts

This is Eliot Engel (Jew):

Engel was born in the Bronx, the son of Sylvia (née Bleend) and Philip Engel, an ironworker. His grandparents, of Ukrainian Jewish background,[1] were immigrants from the Russian Empire.[2]

Engel is one of the leading congressional supporters of Israel. Although he has supported resolutions critical of both Israelis and Palestinians, his criticisms of Israeli policies have usually been couched as warnings of their harm to Israel itself. In 2008, he was the lead Democrat on a resolution condemning Palestinian rocket attacks on Israeli civilians by Hamas and other Palestinian terrorist organizations.[53] Shortly after entering Congress, he sponsored a resolution declaring Jerusalem the undivided capital of Israel.[54] A very pro-Israel position, this was contrary to official American policy until President Donald Trump adopted it in December 2019. He also wrote the Syria Accountability and Lebanese Sovereignty Restoration Act, which was signed into law by President George W. Bush on December 12, 2003.[55] This law authorized restrictions on American relations with Syria, and penalties for its occupation of Lebanon, and for its relationship with terrorist groups.

This is Nita Lowey (Jew):

Lowey is a supporter of Israel.[19]

Jewish members of the United States House of Representatives

They are out:

The three-decade tenure of New York Rep. Eliot Engel is set to end after losing the Democratic primary to progressive challenger Jamaal Bowman.

“I’m a Black man who was raised by a single mother in a housing project,” said Bowman on Friday after the Associated Press officially called the June 23 race. “That story doesn’t usually end in Congress. But today, that 11-year-old boy who was beaten by police is about to be your next representative.”

“From the very beginning, we anchored our campaign in the fight for racial and economic justice,” said Bowman on Friday. “We spoke the truth — about the police, about systemic racism, about inequality — and it resonated in every part of the district.”

Meanwhile, in the race to replace retiring Rep. Nita Lowey north of the city, progressive favorite Mondaire Jones, a 33-year-old attorney, was victorious in a crowded field.


And the more Demographic Blueshift occurs:

the faster this can proceed. Remember that Demographic Blueshift not only generates a Blue advantage over Red, but also generates within Blue politics a hard-left advantage over centre/liberal, as the above examples illustrate. Turning support for Israel from bipartisan to Red-only is practically a done deal by now. Furthermore, the One-State Solution has, in just the short time since Tlaib took office, become mainstream enough that even Peter Beinart (Jew) is now trying to infiltrate our camp early in order to ensure it is a Jew like himself (rather than a non-Jew like Tlaib) who gets to define the terms of the One State should it become inevitable in the future:

None of this would have happened in absence of Demographic Blueshift. If you want more to happen, we need more Demographic Blueshift ASAP.

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2 Responses to Anti-Zionist harvest: New York 16th & 17th congressional districts

  1. RP says:

    According to Jews, a “one state solution” means Israel simply shedding its “religious” identity (i.e. secularism) and granting “equal rights” such as suffrage to Palestinians (i.e. democracy). Do you agree with this assessment? If so, how does our version of a”one state” solution differ?

  2. AS says:

    I agree with what is overtly stated, but if Jews are left to fill in the details, it is quite certain that they will include built-in legislation that protects the indefinite continuation of practical Jewish power. For example, the IDF rather than the EQB will be the official military, and even if Palestinians are allowed to join the IDF, they may be denied promotion at the discretion of the existing (Jewish) hierarchy.

    Our ideal version of the One-State Solution would involve retracing to before the Nakba:

    and continuing from there while voiding the Balfour Declaration (and hence Resolution 181). In practice, this would mean dissolving the IDF and handing over its WMD arsenal to EQB control, all current Israelis returning to the status that Jews had in 1947, and so on.

    By the way:

    the Second Polish Republic provided military training and weapons to Zionist paramilitary groups, including Haganah.[6] Envoys from Haganah headed by Yehuda Arazi received dozens of shipments with military supplies, including 2750 Mauser rifles, 225 RKM machine guns, 10,000 hand grenades, two million bullets for rifles and machine guns, and a large number of pistols with ammunition. … Members of the Haganah were also trained in a military camp in Rembertow along with Betar members between the years 1931 and 1937; it is estimated that training courses at the camp were attended by around 8,000 to 10,000 participants during their existence.[8]

    Hitler admirably invaded Poland, but too late.

    It goes without saying that nothing has changed:

    During his first term, Duda spoke positively of Jews and maintained a good relationship with its Jewish community. As president, he visited Israel twice, once in 2016 and again in 2017.

    Within hours of the election results, World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder issued a congratulatory statement, noting that Duda had “worked to improve relations with both the Polish and international Jewish communities, as well as with the State of Israel.”

    “Duda recognizes the importance of celebrating the 1,000-year-old heritage of Polish Jewry and the fact that Polish Jews made immeasurable contributions to Poland,” he said. Duda “has sought to preserve the site of Auschwitz-Birkenau – the killing field of European Jewry – for future generations,” he added.

    Duda has spoken out in the past against antisemitism, “and we remain hopeful that he will continue to do so,” Lauder said.

    “The president has consistently been very pro-Israel,” Schudrich said. “It is clearly our hope that in his second term, these relations with Israel will be strengthened and that he will consistently fight against antisemitism in Poland and around the world.”

    Duda has secured his second term, so he is no longer beholden to his party and is much more free than he has been to take steps in support of the Jewish community and Israel, Daniels said.

    We need to increasingly view anti-Zionism and anti-Duginism as two aspects of a deeper anti-Turanism.

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