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Jewish journalist gets hate on videotape as he strolls streets of Paris

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posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 02:37 AM
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Im just going to say I am done feeling sorry for Jews. No other ethnic group has it better in America for sure (except maybe Cubans
). It probably goes the same in Europe (except maybe Muslims
) . I don't mean this to be any kind of hate speech, and if you want to call me anti-semetic, go right ahead. I live in America I really don't care about labels. I can be and say whatever I want. I never said I hate Jews, I don't wish them ill-will or malice of any kind, I am not making stereotypical broad judgments or accusations. I simply am done feeling sorry for one group attempting to demand all of the worlds sympathy go exclusively to their group, there cause, their alleged "plight" of people name calling and vandalizing. Did someone scribble graffiti on a synagogue? Well thousands of other houses of worship are vandalized every year, many by atheists, but mostly just young punks being rebels.

Some of them are genuine hate speech, others is just juvenile bullsnap. The whole country does not need top be blasted with hearing about it as if it were an immediate danger to all of the general public. Anyone anywhere is going to be harassed. This man had to walk 10 hours just for 90 seconds of footage. Oh wow, I can feel the hate brewing in Paris now.


Woah watch out Jews, there is a boogey man around every corner. Christians, be the good little bulldogs you are and come to their aide.

Of course this has nothing to do with the continuing attempt of the state of Israel asking all Jews to immigrate to their "homeland" in order to counter a slow population increase being threatened by the Arab and Muslim culture. Its culture war, and the only way Israel as a Jewish state can survive this century is by replenishing their population with more immigration. The natural birth rate is not high enough there. Its all about economics. Well to do families with outstanding debt will produce smaller birth rates than families who want, but live outside of the debt system.

Isarael is not only an unnatural and dangerous cultural experiment started by the power brokers of finance and industry after WW2, it simply is not sustainable into multiple centuries. At least not with the self-destructive policies it continues to enact. Imagine if America never bothered to try and end slavery. The energy of rebellion would have eventually been released in a bloodier conflict that may have torn EVERYTHING apart. European finance would have captured our policy makers much sooner, of course they got it anyways. It would not be nearly the same as it is today.

This is Israel's fate if it does not choose to change, and it will not. Therefore it will be erased from the pages of time, and something better will come of it. But it will come further down the road, because right now the most powerful empire that has ever existed is destroying itself to keep it alive. Anyone see how this is bad for everyone yet???

As far as this video goes, this man was treated better than the homosexual who walked down New York, and mind you in a neighborhood that big media would have us believe is populated exclusively with people who want them destroyed and have only utter contempt.

SORRY BIG MEDIA, YOUR BRAINWASHING HAS FAILED. "Try again mutha #a!!!" -angry customer from a music shop.




posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 05:43 AM
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a reply to: DYepes

In the same way, I paste here the point-of-view I found on an internet anti-zionist blog :



The man who made this video said he felt fear and disgust while walking the streets of Paris as a jew. His name is Zvika Klein. The French media described him as a normal and simple israeli journalist and his video has been viewed almost 2 millions times.

He is of course more than a simple israeli journalist. He is a dual US-israeli citizen, he comes from the jewish settlement of Ginot Shomron (West Bank). He has been an active member of different ultra-religious (terrorist) organisations, has worked at the israeli ministery of Foreign Affairs before becoming a journalist for NRG (owned by Sheldon Adelson).

For those who do not know, the current and previous French presidents are jews, all the main ministers are PRIDE jews, the current French PM, Manuel Valls is married to a jew and went as far as declaring in an interview that thru his wife, he has an ETERNAL bond with the jews and israel. That PM has declared Dieudonne and Alain Soral public enemies, has declared that the jews were the ‘Forefront (‘avant garde) of the French Republic while we, the people, are only the rear guard of it. This jew wannabe wears his kippah at any opportunity and asked the jews to wear their kippah in the streets and everywhere with pride and dignity.

The truth is that jews have never had it better than they have it now in France: this video is meant to prove them wrong and convince them to make their aliyah.


Source : 10 HOURS OF WALKING IN PARIS AS A JEW



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 06:41 AM
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a reply to: theultimatebelgianjoke

Not sure how much of post made on a blatantly anti Jewish blog (saying it's anti Zionist is just the usual cop out) is factual as there are no citations, plus as I know Sarkozy was raised as a Catholic it immediately alerts my BS meter.

I'm also not aware of the point. People with limited intelligence from some communities make hate speech against people from other communities - are you saying that isn't the case? By making your post are you implying that if a Jewish person is insulted or spat on in Paris then that's ok because 'Jews have never had it better'?

Even the guy who made the video conceded other people did come to his defence and he also agreed that this is by no means an issue facing Jewish people alone. The Chelsea fans in Paris last night proved racism is still sadly an issue that doesn't look like going away anytime soon.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 06:55 AM
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a reply to: uncommitted

I'm not calling for insults towards the Jews, I'm wondering why a french (for ex.) jewish individual needs to enforce his claims of being Jewish above his current french citizenship.
How does the jewish ethnical proselytsm fit into the french republican frame (liberty-equality-brotherhood), please explain.

Israel is about to proclaim itself the jewish state after next month election. A new apartheid state for a new millenium ?
Not for me thanks.

And about the strange relation between french Jews and catholicism :




Extract from show 'Bibliothèque Médicis'
Public Sénat
21st June 2013

J : For the first time, you confess a few family stories : your sister Véronique – can I talk about it ? - your sister, who convert to christianity.
BHL : You do it … You can apparently.
J : Have you been surprised ?
BHL : Yes, I've been surprised, yes.
J : You can't do anything against her choice ? You went along. The christ …
BHL : Well, listen, she's my younger sister – a lot lot lot younger than I'm – but she is legally responsible. She does what she believes she should do.
The only point through which this relates to me is …
First there are questions of …
I'm Jewish and deeply Jewish. And my judaism is a way to remain in line with a certain legacy.
J : And universality ?
BHL : Yes legacy and … universality of course. And …
J : OK. Legacy.
BHL : So I must consider that by doing she breaks some legacy chain. She helps breaking it.
And this come at the time when I happen to be struggling with myself …
Well, This little sister name is Véronique – the daughter of my mother and father – and I just happened to learn about her conversion at the time when I'm chasing all museums of France and Europe in order to find portraits of Véronique's – thus the young jewish girls present at the 6th station of christ in order to wipe his face. And thus printed the christ face on a towel.
For me it's a key moment because that's the moment where iconography – previously evilish – becomes holy.
And then I learn about this news and it fells on me like I'm thunderstruck …
J : Véronique Levi maybe understands better judaism and the jews today ?
BHL : …
J : Well, ...



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 07:08 AM
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a reply to: theultimatebelgianjoke
I really don't understand the response you just made. If you are referring to the guy in the youtube video, where is he trying to enforce his claims of being Jewish? What does that actually mean? What does "jewish ethnical proselytsm" mean in the context of the video?

Your point about Israel becoming a Jewish state after the next election? No idea, haven't heard of that before and not sure why it implies it means apartheid, although I guess it could be saying that Judaism will be the 'national' religion in a similar way the England has the Church of England as the commonly acknowledged religion. Regardless of the fact that the American constitution seeks to separate church from state, many Americans on ATS insist the their country is Christian and therefore not suitable for those of Islamic faith (you really don't need to look far on ATS to find examples).

What strange relation between French Jews and Catholicism? The text you have quoted is where a Jewish person is talking about his sister converting to Catholicism and his initial unease about that - what do you find strange?



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 07:18 AM
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originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: theultimatebelgianjoke
I really don't understand the response you just made. If you are referring to the guy in the youtube video, where is he trying to enforce his claims of being Jewish? What does that actually mean? What does "jewish ethnical proselytsm" mean in the context of the video?


Walking down the street with a kippa on your head.


originally posted by: uncommitted
Your point about Israel becoming a Jewish state after the next election? No idea, haven't heard of that before and not sure why it implies it means apartheid, although I guess it could be saying that Judaism will be the 'national' religion in a similar way the England has the Church of England as the commonly acknowledged religion. Regardless of the fact that the American constitution seeks to separate church from state, many Americans on ATS insist the their country is Christian and therefore not suitable for those of Islamic faith (you really don't need to look far on ATS to find examples).


Feel free to drop your comments in this thread then :
Religious consequences of Israel jewish state proposal


originally posted by: uncommitted
What strange relation between French Jews and Catholicism? The text you have quoted is where a Jewish person is talking about his sister converting to Catholicism and his initial unease about that - what do you find strange?


The amount of hypocrisy expressed by BHL.





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posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 07:20 AM
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Here in the Uk the Orthodox Jews get away with a lot because of the fear of being called Anti Jewish we had a big scandal here about schools being taken over and being islamified, yet the government knows 1000's of jewish children are taken out of the School systems and disappear into Orthodox Jewish illegal schools, which teach pretty much the same values as the islmaified ones. The government knows and yet does nothing about it, nobody else would get away with taking their children out of school and disappearing them like this.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 09:24 AM
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What will happen to a Muslim in Hasidic neighborhood? will be willing to wear a turban and try your luck?



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 09:53 AM
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originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke

originally posted by: uncommitted
a reply to: theultimatebelgianjoke
I really don't understand the response you just made. If you are referring to the guy in the youtube video, where is he trying to enforce his claims of being Jewish? What does that actually mean? What does "jewish ethnical proselytsm" mean in the context of the video?


Walking down the street with a kippa on your head.



That is one of the most absurd comments I've read on ATS. He is wearing a garment he is legally entitled to wear that is part of his faith - he isn't enforcing anything. Sheesh, this site is really something sometimes.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 09:59 AM
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a reply to: uncommitted

You mean like a burqa for a Muslim woman or red nose for a clown ?



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 10:01 AM
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originally posted by: mangust69
What will happen to a Muslim in Hasidic neighborhood? will be willing to wear a turban and try your luck?


You are missing the point, although the turban isn't actually something specifically associated with the Islamic faith. The guy in the youtube video actually said that this isn't a 'Jews are the only victims' issue, he says in the link to the BBC website I posted earlier in this thread that such casual racism is common against people from many creeds/colours and of course by extension, gender, gender preference, physical ability age etc.

He made that point - I don't understand why people aren't reading the background but are focussing on posts by some people that appear to suggest that Jews think they are the only victims of such provocation when they guy who posted the video didn't even suggest that.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 10:04 AM
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originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
a reply to: uncommitted

You mean like a burqa for a Muslim woman or red nose for a clown ?


The red nose thing is I assume your attempt at a joke as it's not a token of faith, but with the burqa, I guess so, but that's a moot point in France. Wearing a cross to show you are Christian is possibly a better example.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 10:07 AM
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a reply to: uncommitted



 


The next question you should dare to ask yourself is : why does it trigger so much more hate to label yourself as a Jew with a Kippa ornament rather than as Christian with a cross ?



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 10:12 AM
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originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
a reply to: uncommitted



 


The next question you should dare to ask yourself is : why does it trigger so much more hate to label yourself as a Jew with a Kippa ornament rather than as Christian with a cross ?




Why should I dare to have to ask myself that question? I have never walked through those areas of Paris wearing garments or items that would associate myself with either faith so how could I say what the reaction would be from those people to someone who is making it clear they are Christian - have you? If not, how do you know it triggers more hate?



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 10:21 AM
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originally posted by: uncommitted

Why should I dare to have to ask myself that question?


Because you defended the action a few post back.



That is one of the most absurd comments I've read on ATS. He is wearing a garment he is legally entitled to wear that is part of his faith - he isn't enforcing anything. Sheesh, this site is really something sometimes.



originally posted by: uncommitted
I have never walked through those areas of Paris wearing garments or items that would associate myself with either faith so how could I say what the reaction would be from those people to someone who is making it clear they are Christian - have you? If not, how do you know it triggers more hate?


But you never did it yourself. I didn't either.
And it happens only in some areas of some places you said ...
That's why there are more and more anti-semite attacks now ...
In places famous for their Antisemitism like Copenhague for ex ...

So you defend the kippa from a religious perspective. No problem for me, everyone is free to have it's own beliefs.
But the fact that ethnical proselitism gets backed by religious fundamentalism doesn't make it more acceptable for me.


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posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 10:59 AM
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Totally agree with this statement.

How sad things are.




originally posted by: FlyersFan
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

a reply to: TinfoilTP

Interesting. No wonder it's been reported that Jewish folks want to leave France. A French man minding his own business, wearing a Jewish yarmulke takes a walk and gets verbal stuff (and spit) tossed at him for no reason. He's a fellow Frenchman and people go out of their way to make comments about Palestine toward him. Palestine is irrelevant to this man walking around his own country. How very sad.

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.





posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 11:09 AM
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a reply to: theultimatebelgianjoke
I don't defend this guy wearing a symbol of his faith - I don't need to, he's legally entitled to so why should I have to defend it? I still don't understand what the comment -

"But the fact that ethnical proselitism gets backed by religious fundamentalism doesn't make it more acceptable for me."

Is supposed to mean. Showing you are a Jew/Sikh/Christian/Muslim (if you choose to do so) is not proselytising.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 11:22 AM
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The child asking the mother why the Jew doesn't know he will be killed is chilling when European historical context is applied. It doesn't resonate with some but it does with others. You should be at least willing to concede that much.


There you see. Even a child knows, Jews will be killed. No news there. (pun intended)

Das zing is, had the guy been a non-jew and had a tophat on, with a sign on his chest "Koran stinks" ... He still might have gained some looks and comments from that same audience.

It is a no-brainer to incite violence.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 11:39 AM
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a reply to: uncommitted

You can be of any ethnicity and convert to Islam, Christianism, Buddhism, ...
Will you become Jewish if you convert to Judaism ?
No, you will become a Gentile Goyim.
Why, because cats and dogs are not supposed to mix. That's the key to understand Judaism.

Get it now why there are more and more 'self-hating Jews' ?
People are getting tired of these silly claims.



posted on Feb, 18 2015 @ 11:45 AM
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originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
a reply to: uncommitted

You can be of any ethnicity and convert to Islam, Christianism, Buddhism, ...
Will you become Jewish if you convert to Judaism ?
No, you will become a Gentile Goyim.
Why, because cats and dogs are not supposed to mix. That's the key to understand Judaism.

Get it now why there are more and more 'self-hating Jews' ?
People are getting tired of these silly claims.


Actually, no, I think your posts are getting increasingly strange. Judaism is a religion. Not sure if this discussion should continue as you are showing some very strange views.



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