Organized Jewish Community Almost Unanimously Condemns American Hero Donald Trump
The various organizations and institutions comprising the organized Jewish community will at times disagree on certain public policy and religious and/or cultural issues. However, on critical issues pertaining to the overall agenda of the international Jewish community – namely, the cultural perversion and destruction of Western civilization, the promotion of “diversity” and massive Third World immigration to the West, and White genocide generally – organized Jewry will come together and stand united. There are many examples I could cite.
For instance, the organized Jewish community almost unanimously supported the proposed invasion of Syria just over a year ago, a topic Dr. Kevin MacDonald highlighted and discussed in an important article. The Jewish Daily Forward has published rather revealing articles documenting the overwhelming Jewish support for both homosexual rights and gay “marriage” as well as amnesty for illegal aliens occupying and parasitizing off of the American taxpayer, subjects I have written about in the past. More recently, I have highlighted and exposed the organized Jewish community’s demand that America and Europe accept an unlimited number of Middle Eastern “refugees” (read: invaders) into their countries. On all of these critical issues, the Jews stand together united and determined.
The Jewish Telegraph Agency recently provided us with yet another example of the organized Jewish community standing united on a key issue: the condemnation of American hero and leading GOP presidential contender Donald Trump.
Donald Trump’s call last week to bar all Muslims from entering the United States “until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on” has set off a deluge of criticism in America and around the world, from U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“Prime Minister Netanyahu rejects Donald Trump’s recent remarks about Muslims,” Netanyahu’s office said in a statement. “The State of Israel respects all religion and strictly adheres to the rights of all its citizens.”
Trump’s Dec. 7 remark also spurred numerous Jewish organizations to speak up. Here’s a roundup of some of the more notable Jewish organizational responses, as well as some of those that have stayed silent.
Jewish defense organizations:
Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt: “A plan that singles out Muslims and denies them entry to the U.S. based on their religion is deeply offensive and runs contrary to our nation’s deepest values.”
American Jewish Committee Associate Executive Director for Policy Jason Isaacson: “We are deeply disturbed by the nativist racism inherent in the candidate’s latest remarks.”
B’nai B’rith International: “Singling out an entire religious community for diminished rights amounts to bigotry, and it should not be accepted.”
Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the public affairs arm of the organized Jewish community: “There is no place in America, a nation founded on religious freedom, for discrimination on the basis of religion — or any other immutable characteristic, for that matter. … Recent statements are misleading to voters, because they imply that sacrificing our values will advance our security, which is a fallacy.”
Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the umbrella organization of the American Jewish community on foreign policy matters, did not issue any public statement after Trump’s remarks. But reached by telephone, Executive Vice Chairman Malcolm Hoenlein told JTA, “Obviously we reject what he said. It’s a given.”
Orthodox Union Executive Vice President Allen Fagin: “We call on all Americans to reaffirm that discrimination of any group solely upon religion is wrong and anathema to the great traditions of religious and personal freedoms upon which this country was founded.”
Rabbinical Council of America (Orthodox) President Rabbi Shalom Baum: “The complex issues that face us in ensuring the safety and security from terror of innocents and free societies throughout the world need to be addressed, but need to be done in sober and responsible ways. We call upon all Americans and the United States government to recognize the threats posed by radical Islamists, while preserving and protecting the rights of all people who seek peace, no matter how they worship God.”
Rabbinical Assembly (Conservative): “We recognize the need to be vigilant in providing security and protection from those who seek to do our country harm, but discriminating against an entire religion is wrong and dangerous.”
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism Director Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner: “While we take no position on Mr. Trump’s candidacy for president, we condemn in the strongest terms his comments calling for barring the entry of Muslims into the United States. As Jews who too often suffered persecution because of our faith, we cannot abide religious bigotry.”
Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association: “We call on all Jews and all Americans to denounce hate speech and fear-mongering against Muslims in politics and the media, and to reach out in support of Muslim Americans in every way that we can.”
J Street, the “pro-Israel, pro-peace” lobbying group that has positioned itself as a left-wing alternative to AIPAC: “Donald Trump’s statement today calling for a ‘total and complete shutdown’ of Muslim immigration to the United States is repugnant and unacceptable. This statement is the latest in a string of deeply bigoted and Islamophobic remarks by Mr. Trump and others seeking to stoke and take political advantage of rank hatred.”
National Jewish Democratic Council: “It is long past time for leading Republicans, especially Jewish Republicans, to strongly speak out against the bigotry coming from its leading candidate. No single religion is our enemy — terrorists and all those who seek to destroy us are our enemies.” […]
I’ve been writing about the hysterical assault on Donald Trump by the mainstream political establishment generally and the organized Jewish community specifically (see here and here) somewhat regularly.
As I noted in a blog post just over one week ago highlighting the efforts of the Jewish mayor of St. Petersburg, Florida to ban Trump from the city:
It’s very clear the mainstream mass media and political establishment – which of course are entirely dominated and controlled by organized Jewish interests hostile to the well-being and future prospects of the White race – absolutely hate Donald Trump. Everything Trump stands for runs contrary to the Jewish agenda to destroy the sovereignty of the United States, which at this point has largely been accomplished.
The Jews see in Trump a man who has the potential to redirect American policy on matters pertaining to immigration, trade, and foreign policy in a direction that actually serves the interests of America, rather than international Jewry and the Jewish state of Israel.
A Donald Trump presidency would throw a major wrench in the Jewish agenda to demographically and racially destroy the White race and its traditions, history, and culture in the United States. That should be clear to all at this point.