Re: Why your revolution is no liberation!

" I am sick of antisemitic thoughts within the left. maybe this is a beginning"

Why would you be sickened only by antisemitic thoughts? Maybe it's anitsemitism that also needs to be clarified or re-defined. Clearly, there has been a problem here. For example, if a person is anti-nuke and exposes Israel([search]) as a country that is a nuclear threat, somehow this expose gets spun into an antisemitic remark.

I've often wondered if Israel would even be an ally if that country was located anywhere else on the planet. For whatever reason the U.N. plunked Israel down NEAR massive oil fields and without oil fields of their own and created Iraq out of three distinct tribes on top of massive oil fields. Voila! Israel is our friend in a neighborhood on the other side of the world.

The question "Why the hatred for Israel and the Jews?" reminds me of the question, "why do they hate us?" that was asked after 9/11. It called for self-examination of the U.S. as a country and culture. Few people were willing to consider this IMO. Does anyone wonder why FDR ignored the plight of the Jews prior to the Pearl Harbor attack? Hatred abounds these days. So, I ask again, why limit the discussion to hatred of the Jews?

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