posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 01:22 AM
reply to post by WashingtonGrewHemp
The ADL doesn't see things that way, they see any criticism of Israel, Zionism, criticism of anything or policy that benefits Zionism all as
anti-semitic. They even consider discussing things that are not specifically targeted at Zionists like Bilderberg or the FED as being anti-semetic.
Many can't see past the holocaust and have let them get away with abusing that sympathy for so long, but it does seem like that is changing. I think
that the internet which lets us get past the Zionist media helps, and also the fact that most people who were alive when the holcaust happened are
This is also the reason many are also researching the holocaust and finding out that everything we are told about that wasn't completley accurate
either. It did happen, but many figures were estimated and rounded up whenever possible, stories exagerated, people that died of old age or disease in
prison camps were all said to have been gassed, all emphasis of the holocaust being only placed on Jews when many other peoples died also. More
people on all sides died, Russians, Ukranians, Germans, none of them get the same status.
Also we are made to feel guilty for not stopping Hitler soon enough, and always reminded of UK's "appeasement" and our "Isolationist" policy
like it was our fault, in fact many Jewish groups now criticize the Zionist leadership of the time including the Rothschilds for not evacuating Jews
even when Hitler gave them chances to do so.
Chaim Weizman a Jewish statesman said "The most valuable part of the Jewish nation is already in Palestine, and those Jews living outside Palestine
are not too important". Another named Greenbaum said "One cow in Palestine is worth more than all the Jews in Europe".