Reminder: we exist

Now, with violence in Israel and the Palestinian territories forcing the issue back to the forefront of American politics, divisions between the leadership of the Democratic Party and the activist wing have burst into public view. While the Biden administration is handling the growing conflict as a highly sensitive diplomatic challenge involving a longstanding ally, the ascendant left views it as a searing racial justice issue that is deeply intertwined with the politics of the United States.

For those activists, Palestinian rights and the decades-long conflict over land in the Middle East are linked to causes like police brutality and conditions for migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. Party activists who fight for racial justice now post messages against the “colonization of Palestine” with the hashtag #PalestinianLivesMatter.

on Friday, nearly 150 prominent liberal advocacy organizations issued a joint statement calling for “solidarity with the Palestinian residents” and condemning “Israeli state violence” and “supremacy” in Jerusalem.

The statement was signed not just by groups focused on Middle Eastern and Jewish issues but by groups dedicated to causes like climate change, immigration, feminism and racial justice — a sign that for the party’s liberal faction, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has moved far beyond the realm of foreign policy.

“The base of the party is moving in a very different direction than where the party establishment is,” Mr. Zogby said. “If you support Black Lives Matter, it was not a difficult leap to saying Palestinian lives matter, too.”

This is a debate which Jews cannot win:

Daniel Gordis, senior vice president at the Shalem College in Jerusalem

the history of Jews and Israel should not be viewed through the same lens as the racial and political history of the United States. Israel’s experience is distinct, he said, because of Judaism’s biblical ties to its land

Translation: “Because we stole the land the first time, we should be allowed to steal it a second time.” Yes, really:

Book of Joshua – Wikipedia

A powerful multi-national (or more accurately, multi-ethnic) coalition headed by the king of Hazor, the most important northern city, is defeated with Yahweh’s help. Hazor itself is then captured and destroyed.

Joshua “carries out a systematic campaign against the civilians of Canaan — men, women and children — that amounts to genocide.”[61] In doing this he is carrying out herem as commanded by Yahweh in Deuteronomy 20:17: “You shall not leave alive anything that breathes”. The purpose is to drive out and dispossess the Canaanites, with the implication that there are to be no treaties with the enemy, no mercy, and no intermarriage.[7]:175 “The extermination of the nations glorifies Yahweh as a warrior and promotes Israel’s claim to the land,” while their continued survival “explores the themes of disobedience and penalty and looks forward to the story told in Judges and Kings.”[42]:18–19

Joshua has become an iconic figure for the Jewish Zionist movement,[78] and many Israeli settlements sit on land taken by force from Palestinians.[79] David Ben-Gurion saw in the war narrative of Joshua an ideal basis for a unifying national myth for his new State of Israel, framed against a common enemy, the Arabs.[80] He met with politicians and scholars such as Bible scholar Shemaryahu Talmon to discuss Joshua’s supposed conquests and later published a book of the meeting transcripts; in a lecture at Ben-Gurion’s home, archaeologist Yigael Yadin argued for the historicity of the Israelite military campaign pointing to the conquests of Hazor, Bethel, and Lachish.[80] Zionism thus presented the 1948 war (the war which saw the creation of the State of Israel) as a “miraculous” clearing of the land based on Joshua, and the Bible as a mandate for the expulsion of the Palestinians.[81]

The most important thing now is to expose Jews who claim to be “sympathetic towards Palestinians” but who are actually promoting the Two-State Solution (which amounts to requiring us to declare Israel legitimate):

“What most American Jews desire is to see Israelis and Palestinians living in dignity, in a just and equitable society,” said Rabbi Sharon Brous, the leader of IKAR, a large progressive synagogue in Los Angeles. “It is imperative that we support a third way,” she said, “recognizing the generational trauma and suffering of both peoples and creating a just and shared future for everyone.”

A “just and shared future for everyone” is an oxymoron. Logically, a shared future for everyone would imply the victim sharing the oppressor’s punishment, which is in no way just. A just future for everyone would imply different consequences for the oppressor than for the victim, hence would not be a shared future.

True justice would involve all Jews ever to have lived burning in hell for eternity. In this world, it at least means Israel wiped off the map and all presently existing Jewish bloodlines permanently eliminated (and those who try to deceive us with oxymoronic False Left platitudes having their tongues removed).

And if there is to be justice:

Freelance CNN contributor Adeel Raja, who reported from Pakistan, has been fired by the network over a now-deleted tweet in connection with the Israel-Palestine conflict. The Islamabad-based journalist tweeted Sunday, “The world today needs a Hitler.”

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12 Responses to Reminder: we exist

  1. AS says:

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans trying to drive a wedge between Democrats and chip away at President Joe Biden’s support are zeroing in on the violence in the Middle East, laying blame on his administration and aiming to make his liberal critics the face of the party heading into the midterm elections.

    This is what we want them to do. It might just drive more leftists to embrace anti-Israel attitudes just to annoy rightists.

    The violence in the Middle East is unfolding at a time when Democratic views on key foreign policy issues are shifting.

    Beyond Ocasio-Cortez, who has called Israel an “apartheid state,” and Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, who has labeled Israeli airstrikes “terrorism,” moderate Democrats have notably grown more willing to question Israeli policy, reflecting the changing views of the party’s voters.

    A Pew Research Center poll from 2018 showed a widening partisan gap in Middle East sympathies, with an overwhelming percentage of Republicans, 79%, saying they sympathized more with Israel than Palestinians, versus just 6% who said they sympathized more with Palestinians. Among Democrats, 27% said they sympathized more with Israel, while 25% sympathized more with the Palestinians.

    It was a dramatic change from 2001, when 50% of Republicans and 38% of Democrats sympathized more with Israel.

    This is a much more satisfying outcome than if both parties had become less pro-Israel together. Ensuring that anti-Zionism would be associated exclusively with leftism was one of our main objectives from the late 2000s onwards. Back then, there was a large BS camp (condemning Israel while demanding “white” ethnostates). It was only due to our attacks on them that they switched to ZC (demanding “white” Gentile ethnostates and hence, in order to be consistent, supporting Israel as a “white” Jewish ethnostate). While this superficially strengthens Israel, I considered it a worthwhile tradeoff in exchange for cleaning up anti-Zionism into a pure anti-racist movement, which is indeed what has happened. Now we are starting to see this cleanup pay dividends as we draw support from across the leftist scene thanks to our morally strengthened ideological foundations.

    Republicans, meanwhile, have tried to present a united front, echoing Trump’s campaign trail attacks that Democrats “hate” Jews and have become the “anti-Israel party.”

    Yes, we do. Why do you not hate racists?

    Yes, we are. Why are you not against an apartheid state?

    America once led the world to topple Apartheid South Africa:

    Those who support Israel are not Americans, but rather Westerners.

  2. Dawid says:

    What about the Havaara-agreement? Wasn’t Hitler a Zionist though?

  3. AS says:

    The Haavara agreement never said anything about a Jewish state. It was purely a trade agreement:

    Under the agreement, Jews emigrating from Germany could use their assets to purchase German-manufactured goods for export, thus salvaging their personal assets during emigration.


    The Trust and Transfer Office “Haavara” Ltd. places at the disposal of the Banks in Palestine amounts in Reichmarks which have been put at its disposal by the Jewish immigrants from Germany. The Banks avail themselves of these amounts in Reichmarks in order to make payments on behalf of Palestinian merchants for goods imported by them from Germany. The merchants pay in the value of the goods to the Banks and the “Haavara” Ltd. pays the countervalue to the Jewish immigrants from Germany. To the same extent that local merchants will make use of this arrangement, the import of German goods will serve to withdraw Jewish capital from Germany.
    The Trust and Transfer Office,

    —?Example of the certificate issued by Haavara to Jews emigrating to Palestine

    Only Palestine is mentioned in the text, never Israel. Hitler’s plan for Jews in Palestine (certainly including those who had migrated there under the Haavara agreement) was:

    Back in the summer of 1940 and again in February 1941, al-Husseini submitted to the Nazi German Government a draft declaration of German-Arab cooperation, containing a clause

    Germany and Italy recognize the right of the Arab countries to solve the question of the Jewish elements, which exist in Palestine and in the other Arab countries, as required by the national and ethnic (völkisch) interests of the Arabs, and as the Jewish question was solved in Germany and Italy.[175]

    Encouraged by his meeting with the Italian leader, al-Husseini prepared a draft declaration, affirming the Axis support for the Arabs on 3 November. In three days, the declaration, slightly amended by the Italian foreign ministry, received the formal approval of Mussolini and was forwarded to the German embassy in Rome. On 6 November, al-Husseini arrived in Berlin, where he discussed the text of his declaration with Ernst von Weizsäcker and other German officials. In the final draft, which differed only marginally from al-Husseini’s original proposal, the Axis powers declared their readiness to approve the elimination (Beseitigung) of the Jewish National Home in Palestine.[176]

    Germany has resolved, step by step, to ask one European nation after the other to solve its Jewish problem, and at the proper time, direct a similar appeal to non-European nations as well’. When Germany had defeated Russia and broken through the Caucasus into the Middle East, it would have no further imperial goals of its own and would support Arab liberation… But Hitler did have one goal. “Germany’s objective would then be solely the destruction of the Jewish element residing in the Arab sphere under the protection of British power“. (Das deutsche Ziel würde dann lediglich die Vernichtung des im arabischen Raum unter der Protektion der britischen Macht lebenden Judentums sein). In short, Jews were not simply to be driven out of the German sphere but would be hunted down and destroyed even beyond it.[181]

    A separate record of the meeting was made by Fritz Grobba, who until recently had been the German ambassador to Iraq. His version of the crucial words reads “when the hour of Arab liberation comes, Germany has no interest there other than the destruction of the power protecting the Jews”.[182]

  4. nottelling says:

    please tell me one thing jews have done that other races have not

  5. Mza9 says:

    “please tell me one thing jews have done that other races have not”

    1. Claimed to be the victims of historical racism when in actuality they are the perpetrators of historical racism. This is a unique behavior associated with “whites” that no other group has done.

    2. Helped drive Western colonialism, a phenomenon unique to “whites” and Western civilization.

  6. Aryan Aim says:


    Tell that to whites who don’t identify Jews as white, who see Jewish behavior as destructive of Western Civilization – which they romanticize as orderly and usual expressive of Christianity or some Norse form of paganism. Not saying they’re correct, just that THAT is THEIR perspective.

    I was just on the Renegade Tribune reading an article on how transgender agenda is pushed top down by billionaire Jews; this is something John Alan Martinson II regularly talked about. I too oppose the agenda, and think it’s ironic for the Left – who supposedly understands gender as a patriarchal construct – to be pushing what is essentially sexual appropriation and a patriarchal construct.

    You’d think they, like myself, would not want people to identify their interests and manner to a gender, but simply to their individual interests and personality. I distinctly remember this being a motive with self proclaimed leftists back before trans agenda railroaded everything – i.e. to REMOVE gender. When “the true left” took on the LGBTQ+ identity of the perverse, Jewish, corporate agenda, I think it spelled the end of this network’s relevance. Prominent members left mainly for this reason.

  7. Aryan Aim says:

    The Twitter post in this post is one exame of how much the actual left hates Aryanism and any form of fascism. I’ve worked for years in comments trying to open their eyes only to see Marxism / communism, media pushed sexual identity agendas, anti-radicalism that calls itself radicalism, and “Jewish voices against Zionism”, proliferate and dominate social justice, leftist discourse. The radical circles in which it doesn’t dominate the discourse is a small minority, namely Abby Martin and her growing camp of radicals. Also Jill Stein and Syrian Girl Partisan. Richard Medhurst is also great, albeit all but Syrian Girl identify as leftists, therefore all but her seem obligated to make covid scamdemic and LGBTQ a part of their narrative / platform. I really hate politics and the binaries and obligations it brings.

  8. . says:

    @Aryan Aim

    Maybe not embracing trannies is the reason the Third Reich failed. When everyone is getting spitroasted by shemales we will finally defeat the jews.

  9. AS says:

    “to REMOVE gender.”

    “When “the true left” took on the LGBTQ+ identity”

    Can you link to examples of where (you think) we do this?

    “The Twitter post in this post is one exame of how much the actual left hates Aryanism”

    The actual left is the pro-Palestinian rally (including the swastika flag) discussed by the Twitter post. The Twitter post is critical of the pro-Palestinian rally, therefore not leftist.

  10. Aryan Aim says:


    Thanks for the context of the twitter post and addressing misconceptions.

  11. nottelling says:

    i support sexual revolution. but not in the way leftists do. ironically it is traditonalist christians fault that the modern lgbt movement even exists. because it was sex hating prudish traditionalists who started ascribing arbitrary gender roles to physical gender. beginning with clothing. i never understood why everyone cant just be nude. if everyone were nude, there would be no such thing as a man wearing a dress to feel feminine. also there would be no distinction between rich and poor, but that is another thing. anyway, i love my white brothers, and sisters, and i dont care if one of them is gay or not

  12. nottelling says:

    past totalitarian governments have always had a negative view o n sex. wether it was feudal europe or communist russia. its ironic how white traditionalists bemoan the low birth rates if white people. they blame sexual revolution, yet india never had anti sex laws like europe. and their birth rates are well above replacement level

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