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Jews In Space

Richard Falk, FORMER  United Nations Human Rights Council’s Rapporteur on the Palestinian Territories.

Richard Falk, FORMER United Nations Human Rights Council’s Rapporteur on the Palestinian Territories.

Anna Baltzer, U.S. activist. Baltzer heads the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation (an International Solidarity Movement front), sits on the boards of several other such groups, and tours the U.S. telling audiences how evil Israel is and extolling Palestinians’ “armed struggle against illegal occupation.”

Frequently accused of fabricating accounts of Israeli misdeeds and of claiming to have witnessed events that are, in fact, mere hearsay, Baltzer continued to promote the tale of the Jenin massacre long after it had been discredited; the details of another of her stories, about a pregnant Palestinian who purportedly lost twin babies because she was held up at an Israeli checkpoint, have changed repeatedly.

Max Blumenthal, U.S. writer. In the space of just a few years, Blumenthal, the son of Clinton consiglieri Sidney Blumenthal has made a name for himself as an anti-Israel attack dog. Blumenthal’s 2013 book Goliath slams Israel as a nightmare tyranny awash in Islamophobia, mob violence, and Orthodox Jewish fanaticism; meanwhile, visiting Arab countries, he sings their praises – asserting on Lebanese TV, for example, that owing to U.S. media censorship of anti-Israel views, “no mainstream American television program…would allow me to speak as freely as I’m speaking to you right now.”

In August 2013, Breitbart’s William Bigelow said he “not only should be shunned, but reviled” and called him “possibly the most self-hating Jew on the planet.” Hey, he said it, not me.

About the Author: Bruce Bawer is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and the author of “While Europe Slept” and “Surrender.” His book “The Victims' Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind” is just out from Broadside/Harper Collins.


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10 Responses to “Jews In Space”

  1. Sick bunch of self hating Jews that are a disgrace to the religion and an affront to any intelligent person. If a time machine could only take them back to the Holocaust- oh well, once a fool, always a fool.

  2. Jews! Wake up truly – shame on you!!
    What happened to Peace, respect your own people let alone other nationalities !
    Shame in you all

  3. They suffer from some stupid blind belief that they can change the enemy by joining their side but in fact you can’t change anyone the change has to come from within.

  4. denying reality does not make our enemies love us. while i am unfamiliar with the others, i have read a number of pieces by roger cohen. often he is misguided,but i don’t see him as a j h j. he has sometimes expressed his strong identity as a jew and does care about israel. what some jews don’t understand is that by over criticizing israel they embolden its enemies. all jews should be thankful that israel has a very capable military.

  5. j h js should follow lev yitzchak who said that we can’t believe in G-d unless we love our fellow jews. israel can’t make peace with people who only aim for its destruction. this is not about liberal/conservative. it’s the bottom line.

  6. If there was an ugly contest he would win every year! Does the UN have a quota for employing ugly people that is part of some human rights organization? “Equal opportunity for ugly people”!

    Or the equivalent of Affirmative Action for Ugly people.. giving the Ugly preference over people who earned the education that the UN requires to actually do their job in assuring human rights in the world?

    Catherine Ashton was no coincidence… her neck stops at her other neck… her neck could be a commercial for slinky… except slinky had a purpose…

  7. Alvaro Gerardo grow up. No one is interested in your oppressed sense of fashion. It just doesn’t belong here. Try some fashion blogs and leave these concerns to the adults.

  8. Ken Man says:

    That drunk… His brains so addled he wouldn’t know Arthur from Martha

  9. Ken Man says:

    I call them ‘needy Jews’ I mean I do understand it after centuries of persecution & libellous attack many Jews just want to be accepted, loved even, they become so needy to be loved by the world they sell out their own in the process to win that love & acceptance, truth is they will just be used and down the line have their throats cut when they no longer serve a purpose, psychiatric assessment needs to be done on these fruit loops

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