Board Of Dhimmis Of British Jews Destroying British Jewry

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On Facebook Melanie Phillips has this to say:

It is hard to exaggerate the stupidity of the UK Jewish Board of Deputies in what it has just done. It has signed a joint statement with the Muslim Council of Britain condemning antisemitism andIslamophobia and urging that the Middle East conflict should not prevent good community relations in Britain. Apart from the false equivalence between antisemitism and Islamophobia, which equates a metaphysical global derangement – the cause of centuries of pogroms and genocide against the Jews – with a spurious thought-crime invented to silence legitimate criticism of Islam, these were unexceptionable pieties.

The editor of the Jewish Chronicle, the official voice of British Jewry, Stephen Pollard,writes the following too:

On one level, it is entirely admirable that the Board of Deputies (the representative body of British Jews) and the Muslim Council of Britain have agreed a joint statement, released today. They condemn Islamophobia and anti-Semitism. And they urge followers of their respective faiths not to import the battles of the Middle East into Britain.

As the statement puts it: “In spite of the situation in the Middle East, we must continue to work hard for good community relations in the UK. We must not import conflict. We must export peace instead.”

No one but a bigot or fanatic could object to that.

OK, well I’m going to be a bigot or fanatic then because I’m convinced that, as is believed by Muslims, a number of times in his life did Muhammad engage in dialog with infidels to buy himself time to grow strong enough to attack them. But that’s somewhat of a side issue in our world today where “multi-faith dialogue” is seen as the ultimate answer to all the world’s problems.

Stephen continues:

As well as being admirable in many ways, the statement also reveals just how naive – not to say incompetent – some of Anglo Jewry’s leaders really are. Because there is a sentence in the statement that is so downright bizarre that it beggars belief any serious communal leader could ever have imagined it would survive a moment’s scrutiny.

Here’s the passage:

The death of every civilian is a tragedy, and every effort should be taken to minimise such losses. The targeting of civilians is completely unacceptable and against our religious traditions.”

Had they left it at the first sentence then the sentiments would have been echoed across the two faiths. The death of civilians, Israeli or Palestinian – or indeed of any nationality, anywhere – is certainly a tragedy.

But it’s the next sentence which is so utterly inept – to put it kindly.

Stephen then points out that he called the Muslim Council of Britain to ask what they meant and, yes, they confirmed they believe the second sentence of that JOINT statement indicates that the Israeli Defence Forces were “targeting of civilians” and that “is completely unacceptable”.

Except of course the IDF does not TARGET CIVILIANS! So the Jewish Board of Deputies has signed a statement condemning the IDF for something it categorically does not do. To wit, it even is more careful about not targeting civilians than any other army.

But, and this is why I object to the whole enterprise of trying to find common ground here, not just with the fact that the Muslim Council of Britain represents some groups that are as close to Hamas as it’s legal to be in the UK. Melanie Phillips goes into some detail on the past crimes of the MCB in her Facebook post and remember, these are the same kinds of people who objected to the cancelling of a venue for the Jewish film festival with a kind of craven “don’t punish London’s Jews” where the unwritten extra is “Israeli crimes”.

It’s about the word “civilians”. I do not think this word means, for the MCB, what it means for the Jews.

Hamas and other Arab and Islamic terrorists have a long and distinguished history of regarding all Israelis as illegitimate colonial settlers in all of Israel and as such none are civilians.

Every single Israeli is a valid target for Islamic terror in their eyes just as every Muslim killed (even by Islamic terrorists) is a martyr or shahid.

So yes I’m a bigot or a fanatic because I believe even the first statement will be read by very many of the people the MCB represents as not including myself and my children living in Tel Aviv today.:

The death of every civilian is a tragedy, and every effort should be taken to minimise such losses.

It should never have been signed by Jews without defining civilians to include ALL Jews including those living in Efrat or Oranit or Ariel or any other large Israeli town in the heartland of the Jewish state. Because if they’re not civilians and I’m not a civilian, what’s the point of this statement?

Jews lose when these idiots sit down at the table with evil people like the Muslim Council of Britain.

And I have a direct question to Stephen Pollard: how about calling the MCB again and asking what definition of civilian they had in mind. Are residents of Jerusalem (all of it) civilians? Are residents of Haifa civilians? Are residents of Gush Etzion civilians? What about residents of Herzliyah who happen to be waiting for a lift while standing in the hills of Judea or Samaria?

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On Facebook Melanie Phillips has this to say:

It is hard to exaggerate the stupidity of the UK Jewish Board of Deputies in what it has just done. It has signed a joint statement with the Muslim Council of Britain condemning antisemitism and Islamophobia and urging that the Middle East conflict should not prevent good community relations in Britain. Apart from the false equivalence between antisemitism and Islamophobia, which equates a metaphy sical global derangement – the cause of centuries of pogroms and genocide against the Jews – with a spurious thought-crime invented to silence legitimate criticism of Islam, these were unexceptionable pieties. 

The editor of the Jewish Chronicle, the official voice of British Jewry, Stephen Pollard, writes the following too:

On one level, it is entirely admirable that the Board of Deputies (the representative body of British Jews) and the Muslim Council of Britain have agreed a joint statement, released today. They condemn Islamophobia and anti-Semitism. And they urge followers of their respective faiths not to import the battles of the Middle East into Britain.

As the statement puts it: “In spite of the situation in the Middle East, we must continue to work hard for good community relations in the UK. We must not import conflict. We must export peace instead.”

No one but a bigot or fanatic could object to that.

OK, well I’m going to be a bigot or fanatic then because I’m convinced that Jews shouldn’t be engaging in this kind of duplicitous interfaith dialogue. It is believed by Muslims that a number of times in his life, Muhammad engaged in dialog with infidels to buy himself time to grow strong enough to attack them. But that’s somewhat of a side issue in our world today where “multi-faith dialogue” is seen as the ultimate answer to all the world’s problems.

Stephen continues:

As well as being admirable in many ways, the statement also reveals just how naive – not to say incompetent – some of Anglo Jewry’s leaders really are. Because there is a sentence in the statement that is so downright bizarre that it beggars belief any serious communal leader could ever have imagined it would survive a moment’s scrutiny.

Here’s the passage:

The death of every civilian is a tragedy, and every effort should be taken to minimise such losses. The targeting of civilians is completely unacceptable and against our religious traditions.”

Had they left it at the first sentence then the sentiments would have been echoed across the two faiths. The death of civilians, Israeli or Palestinian – or indeed of any nationality, anywhere – is certainly a tragedy.

But it’s the next sentence which is so utterly inept – to put it kindly.

Stephen then points out that he called the Muslim Council of Britain up to ask what they meant and confirmed they believe the second sentence of that JOINT statement indicates the Israeli Defence Forces were “targeting of civilians” and that “is completely unacceptable”.

Except of course the IDF does not TARGET CIVILIANS! So the Jewish Board of Deputies has signed a statement condemning the IDF for something it categorically does not do. To wit, the IDF is even more careful about not targeting civilians than any other army.

But, and this is why I object to the whole enterprise of trying to find common ground here, not just with the fact that the Muslim Council of Britain represents some groups that are as close to Hamas as it’s legal to be in the UK. Melanie Phillips goes into some detail on the past crimes of the MCB in her Facebook post and remember, these are the same kinds of people who objected to the cancelling of a venue for the Jewish film festival with a kind of craven “don’t punish London’s Jews” where the unwritten extra is “Israeli crimes”.

It’s about the word “civilians”. I do not think this word means, for the MCB, what it means for the Jews.

Hamas and other Arab and Islamic terrorists have a long and distinguished history of regarding all Israelis as illegitimate colonial settlers in all of Israel and as such none are civilians.

Every single Israeli is a valid target for Islamic terror in their eyes just as every Muslim killed (even by Islamic terrorists) is a martyr or shahid.

So yes I’m a bigot or a fanatic because this whole business of talking to Islam’s representatives won’t go well if you don’t understand Islam. I believe even the first statement will be read by very many of the people the MCB represents as not including myself and my children living in Tel Aviv today:

The death of every civilian is a tragedy, and every effort should be taken to minimise such losses.

It should never have been signed by Jews without defining civilians to include ALL Jews including those living in Efrat or Oranit or Ariel or any other large Israeli town in the heartland of the Jewish state. Because if they’re not civilians and I’m not a civilian, what’s the point of this statement?

Jews lose when these idiots sit down at the table with evil people like the Muslim Council of Britain.

And I have a direct question to Stephen Pollard: how about calling the MCB again and asking what definition of civilian they had in mind. Are residents of Jerusalem (all of it) civilians? Are residents of Haifa civilians? Are residents of Gush Etzion civilians? What about residents of Herzliyah who happen to be waiting for a lift while standing in the hills of Judea or Samaria?

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Tomorrow i get back on track … these last two months i have sucked at life and only lost 5 pounds … It was shark week this past week and i had donuts 3 times. that’s unexceptionable because it literally made me feel bloated and gross .. my body is no longer used to eating food with no nutritional value. In the beginning of march i changed my eating lifestyle to be more of a clean low carb way of eating. these two months i’ve slacked hardcore and feel nasty … also my skin is breaking out more. don’t let me fool you i love having a curvy body but i am not comfortable physically this large . so im 36 lbs down i’m hoping to knock off another 25 by January 1st and then another 15 by April for our Hawaii trip

Week 5: What is Blue?

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Sunday. 24 August 2010. Afternoon.

Blue can be spotted everywhere around us. It can be seen on flowers, fruits, jewelries, animals, furniture, etc. It is also use to represent many things such as a male toilet sign or even freedom. Nonetheless, blue also has many definitions to it.

Blue can be plainly be described as a colour. A colour which is complicatedly simple as it looks. Colour also holds various meanings. Unexceptionally, blue has many emotions attached to it. When one is feeling rather dispirited and uninterested to his or her surroundings. In this case, ‘blue’ can be regarded as ‘sadness’. This feeling can be caused by many issues, for example, the after effects of being in a quarrel with someone or even the stress caused by heavy workload. However, if this gloominess starts settling in, one might face undesirable consequences like depression or even self-harm. Thus, negativity is portrayed.

Not only, blue can also be define as a clam and quiet tone. Whenever one walks on the beach; looking into the far ends of the oceans or glazing your eyes upon the shades of the sky, one will instantly feel more relaxed. Serenity is the positive feeling which we get across the colour- blue. Moreover if one observe, the logo of social media like Facebook, Twitter or MySpace are in tones of blue. Blue also holds the power of trust and security. Hence, many businesses or medias uses this colour to reflect their intended image.

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Week 6: Personification?

Friday. 28 August 2014. Afternoon.

"Please meet your new family."

Finally, I murmured. I was accepted into the world. Since birth, I was different from the others. I had super abilities which allows me to have an extensively powerful memory. I remembered the time when I was first handed over to them. I curled into loving arms as look at me with their glistening eyes.

Receiving love, care and warmth are factors of life. Unexceptionally, it was my turn. Since that day, I have always been well taken care of and loved whole-heartedly. I am always welcomed with a warm embrace. My bubbliness was what they love. Being blessed with an approachable character, this has given me a wide range of social connections. Opinions vary, having great companion is my choice of resolution to everything. At times, whenever I tend to feel a little upset or tense, some might say that I get a little dramatic. Or I would call it being ‘expressive’. Well… It isn’t that bad. I just get a little more agitated compared to my usual self.

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Yesterday, we visited the Singapore Night Festival. It was my first trip to a night festival. I could still picture vividly the amazing lightings. When we got there, I have already grasped the entire image of the place. Even the route there. Slowly, the place started filling with people. It was almost time to view the finale. We jostled through the crowd to catch a glimpse of the performance. Being so little in size, I was lifted up and I could see the orchestra playing away.

(To not be continued…)
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Michigan establishment on the ropes

In Michigan, Liber-TEA party folks are working together and have had enough of establishment games.

They are building up numbers to send a clear message to a legislature and executive branch dominated by republicans that excepting Obama-Care through expanding medicaid is unexceptionable.

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