For many Jews, “Never Again!” trumps “Never Trump!”

Lisa558

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Biden’s horrible betrayal of Israel, in obstructing her determination to exterminate the HAMAS savages (done of course to win over Muslim votes), has some Jews who had sworn “Never Trump!” rethinking their position.

Why? Because if there‘s anything that scares never-Trump Jews more than the prospect of another Trump term, it’s the prospect of another Holocaust - or something approaching that. With antisemitic protests tolerated, if not outright supported, by leftists on college campuses, and Biden’s unwillingness to condemn the nightmarish treatment of Jews, Jews who were “never Trumpers” are considering a vote for Trump.

(Or, at least, “Never Biden!”)

How many remains to be seen, but if it’s even 10% in swing states, or even blue states!, it can spell the difference in the election.

 
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Never again should really focus more on voting out Benji rather than Biden.
 
For those with TDS, the reelection of Trump is worse than the holocaust because it means the destruction of the entire planet.
Did you read the article? Apparently, there are “Never Trump” Jews for whom that is not true - and they are becoming “Never Biden” Jews.
 
Americans don’t vote in Israel elections. Focus on the topic.
Yet people like you want to make Israeli politics a centerpiece of American elections.

Benji was asleep at the wheel when Hamas invaded. Yet you think Biden is the one that should pay the price.
 
Did you read the article? Apparently, there are “Never Trump” Jews for whom that is not true - and they are becoming “Never Biden” Jews.
"Never Trump" (or Biden) is a political opinion that can change. TDS is a mental disorder with no known cure.
 
Biden’s horrible betrayal of Israel, in obstructing her determination to exterminate the HAMAS savages (done of course to win over Muslim votes), has some Jews who had sworn “Never Trump!” rethinking their position.

Why? Because if there‘s anything that scares never-Trump Jews more than the prospect of another Trump term, it’s the prospect of another Holocaust - or something approaching that. With antisemitic protests tolerated, if not outright supported, by leftists on college campuses, and Biden’s unwillingness to condemn the nightmarish treatment of Jews, Jews who were “never Trumpers” are considering a vote for Trump.

(Or, at least, “Never Biden!”)

How many remains to be seen, but if it’s even 10% in swing states, or even blue states!, it can spell the difference in the election.

I wouldn't call it a horrible betrayal, but he isn't making any friends in Israel that's for sure. This is the problem with politics, I hate when people make decisions not based on what is right but what is popular.

That isn't to say that Israel is getting the best advice in some corners.
 
A caveat contained in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance working definition of antisemitism states:
  • holding Jews collectively responsible for actions of the state of Israel.
That needs to work both ways. Those that are against the actions of Israel against the civilian population in Gaza who limit their criticism to the Israeli government and its officials, are not antisemitic.

Using "Never Again" to support the government is straddling the fence in keeping that separation between the government and its people.
 
A caveat contained in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance working definition of antisemitism states:
  • holding Jews collectively responsible for actions of the state of Israel.

This is a foreign, non-governmental agency.

The organizaton has no business whatsoever dictating American legislation or defining the terms in our laws or the enforcement thereof. None.

Our so-called representatives in the House have effectively contracted our legislative process out to foreign agents/special interests.

 
A caveat contained in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance working definition of antisemitism states:
  • holding Jews collectively responsible for actions of the state of Israel.
That needs to work both ways. Those that are against the actions of Israel against the civilian population in Gaza who limit their criticism to the Israeli government and its officials, are not antisemitic.

Using "Never Again" to support the government is straddling the fence in keeping that separation between the government and its people.
Except that the anti-Israel protests have the antisemites yelling “Death to Jews!,” “go back to to ovens!” and bullying and assaulting Jews and blocking them on their way to class.

And tell me….were the Vice-principals of the middle school who took their sixth-graders out of class to go over to the Jewish Community Center and scream “Death to Jews!” -to preschoolers there - just about Israel policy?

Let’s not pretend that all this Israel hate is not driven by antisemitism.
 
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A caveat contained in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance working definition of antisemitism states:
  • holding Jews collectively responsible for actions of the state of Israel.
That needs to work both ways. Those that are against the actions of Israel against the civilian population in Gaza who limit their criticism to the Israeli government and its officials, are not antisemitic.

Using "Never Again" to support the government is straddling the fence in keeping that separation between the government and its people.
And finally, the hateful protests against Israel began within a week after their children and babies were decapitated, burned alive, put in an oven.

Israel is simply trying to eliminate HAMAS, so it doesn’t happen again. Considering the monsters hide behind their own children, Israel has a good record of reducing civilian casualties.
 
Except that the anti-Israel protests have the antisemites yelling “Death to Jews!,” “go back to to ovens!” and bullying and assaulting Jews and blocking them on their way to class.

And tell me….were the Vice-principals of the middle school who took their sixth-graders out of class to go over to the Jewish Community Center and scream “Death to Jews!” -to preschoolers there - just about Israel policy?

Let’s not pretend that all this Israel hate is not driven by antisemitism.
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Biden’s horrible betrayal of Israel, in obstructing her determination to exterminate the HAMAS savages (done of course to win over Muslim votes), has some Jews who had sworn “Never Trump!” rethinking their position.

Why? Because if there‘s anything that scares never-Trump Jews more than the prospect of another Trump term, it’s the prospect of another Holocaust - or something approaching that. With antisemitic protests tolerated, if not outright supported, by leftists on college campuses, and Biden’s unwillingness to condemn the nightmarish treatment of Jews, Jews who were “never Trumpers” are considering a vote for Trump.

(Or, at least, “Never Biden!”)

How many remains to be seen, but if it’s even 10% in swing states, or even blue states!, it can spell the difference in the election.

I get it. It's a tough read though. The media still seems reluctant to take sides and support Israel . Maybe it's part of the effort to support a mentally impaired fool.
 
I get it. It's a tough read though. The media seems reluctant to take sides and take Israel's side though. .
Of course the media is reluctant to take Israel’s side. The media is overwhelmingly liberal.
 
It's horrible that the Biden administration just shipped Israel $1,000,000,000.00 worth of weapons.

How could he abandon Israel like this?

He waited until the last minute. Biden knows abandoning Israel is not the best interest for the administration and the Middle East. You could say Bibi is placing the administration in a no win situation.
 
Except that the anti-Israel protests have the antisemites yelling “Death to Jews!,” “go back to to ovens!” and bullying and assaulting Jews and blocking them on their way to class.
If the US is so dangerous and full of anti-semites.
Why don't you relocate to Israel and live in safety with your fellow Hebrews?
 

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