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originally posted by: Muninn
Lol, this thread comes off as a "I have a black friend and they are well spoken."
Watchitburn has it right.
The use of the concept of self-hatred in Jewish debates about Israel has grown more frequent and more intense in the US and the UK, with the issue particularly widely debated in 2007, leading to the creation of the British Independent Jewish Voices. The Forward reported that the group was formed by "about 130 generally leftist Jews."
It was the Rosenfeld essay, which did not use the term Jewish self-hatred, that led to the 2007 debate. Critics claimed the charge of antisemitism implied Jewish self-hatred to those criticizing Israel. Rosenfeld responded that such claims were "disingenuous" and for some a "dialectical scam validating themselves as intellectual martyrs." The New York Times reported that the essay spotlighted the issue of when "legitimate criticism of Israel ends and antisemitic statements begin."
especially on this site, continue to attack George Soros.
The foreign ministers of the 10 ASEAN countries believed that the well co-ordinated manipulation of their currencies was a deliberate attempt to destabilize the ASEAN economies. Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad accused George Soros of ruining Malaysia's economy with "massive currency speculation". Soros claims to have been a buyer of the ringgit during its fall, having sold it short in 1997.
self-enrichment and self-perpetuation than the needs of the Citizens who created it? These are surely the questions of our time Our saving grace is that history has shown, from the revolution to the civil war to the civil rights era...those on the side of more liberty and more rights eventually win T
Media Censorship During Gulf War
ARTHUR KENT, reporting (from Saudi Arabia):
The Pentagon has all but transformed the news media here into another branch of the military. The press office says it doesn't want too many reporters cluttering up the battlefield. The result, Americans are seeing the Pentagon's version of the war.