Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by louie888, Mar 17, 2017.
I thought y'all ran out of antisemite cards and had to start playing the Jew hate cards.
There is a difference?
But your stupid cartoon from an IslamoNazi site still doesn't explain why many respected world leaders and UN representatives who aren't Jewish have called your Richard F#*K an antisemite.
Let's call a spade a spade, the report was created by a bunch of career antisemites who are such low forms of life, they are proud of their antisemitism, like you and Fanger flucked.
Do you have some links to back up that allegation?
What respected world leaders have called Falk, a Jew, antisemitic? That would be antisemitic.
Being born a Jew doesn't make one a Jew. Some of the most disgusting antisemites are ones that converted from Judaism.
"Falk was born into an assimilationist New York Jewish family which all but repudiated the ethnic side of Jewishness"
Martin Griffiths, Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations, Routledge 1999 p.74
"the British mission to the United Nations stated that “[this is] the third time we have had cause to express our concerns about Mr. Falk’s anti-Semitic remarks. It is important to the U.K. that special rapporteurs uphold the highest standards in their work and we have twice previously made clear that remarks by Mr. Falk were unacceptable."
Richard A. Falk, "A Commentary on the Marathon Murders", Richard Falk blog, April 19, 2013; reprinted in part as "Collective self-reflection in the wake of a national tragedy" at Al Jazeera, April 19, 2013; reprinted at here, with the original title by Foreign Policy Journal, April 21, 2013.
Canada lambasts UN official for saying Boston bombings caused by ‘American global domination project’, Canadian Press (reprinted in the National Post, April 24, 2013).
US Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, chairwoman of the US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs also called on Falk to resign.
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay "acknowledged the cartoon was antisemitic and objectionable."
United States envoy to the UN Joseph M. Torsella said the posting of the cartoon was "shameful and outrageous" and "an embarrassment to the United Nations", and called on him to resign
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, instructed the UK's concerns Permanent Representative to express concerns regarding the cartoon and said that he would "continue to closely watch any further actions or comments Mr Falk may make
Already posted them earlier. Take your meds.
Separate names with a comma.