Monday, 14 November 2016

Occasionally, when the question of Jewish support for immigrationism and multiculturalism is raised, someone will dispute it or say the case for the prosecution hasn't been proved. But look carefully and you will see Jews often boastfully acknowledge these things themselves. Here, for example, is an article from the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, reproduced in the American newspaper Forward.
Whatever differences American Jews may have had with Barack Obama over the Iran nuclear deal and Middle East peace, they’ve never had a president who was more in tune with their Jewish and liberal essence. 
Obama was the realization of the American Jewish vision of a multicultural society, a dream come true for a generation of civil rights activists. He promoted and embodied the liberal ideals that American Jews are more attached to than any other religious group in America. 
And he was more knowledgeable about American Jewish culture and Yiddishkeit than any previous president, bar none. Even when they disagreed with him, most American Jews, with the exception of the vocal minority that hated his guts, viewed Obama as a mensch. 
It is probably no coincidence that during his tenure, American Jews reached a pinnacle of social and cultural acceptance. Being American Jews was hip. It was cool. It was the thing to be. From Jon Stewart to Jerry Seinfeld, from Joe Lieberman to Bernie Sanders, Jews seemed to be more entrenched than ever before in the American mainstream.
...Trump’s triumph has unleashed the pent up resentment against Jews. His reluctance to tackle manifestations of racism and white supremacism among his supporters has energized and empowered it. If he and his advisers don’t take assertive steps soon, anti-Jewish agitators will feel they have a license from the White House to do as they please. They will get bolder, grow stronger, recruit new adherents and increasingly resort to violence: we’ve seen it before. 
But even if brazen anti-Semitic incidents are quelled or die down by themselves, there is no denying that Jews have transformed virtually overnight from insiders to outsiders. Not only did they vote overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton, prominent conservative Jews who could have allayed their concerns are the ones who have distanced themselves from Trump over the course of the campaign and will play no role in his administration. 
American Jewish liberals are bound to feel alienated from their own government in way they’ve never felt before. Most of the values, goals and policy objectives of the Trump administration, even if they turn out to be a paler and more palatable version of his campaign rhetoric, are diametrically opposed to those of most American Jews. They support immigration, pluralism, multiculturalism, social reform, government intervention, separation of church and state, gay marriage, abortion rights and on and on. It is easy to see, in fact, why so many of Trump’s radical supporters would view the Jews as their mortal enemies.

He also notes a gulf between diaspora Jews and Jews in Israel. Jews, in possession of their own country, tend to want to keep it. Jews, in possession of someone else's country, tend to want to give it away.
As Shmuel Rosner rightly points out for the wrong reasons, Trump may ultimately divide Israeli and American Jews. But the reason for that is not limited, as Rosner asserts, to the yet to be proven assumption that American Jews will resent their Israeli counterparts for liking Trump because he is pro-Israel. It is because Trump’s core message, his reactionary, nativist, chauvinistic, anti-foreigner, anti-immigrant and mainly anti-Muslim worldview is shared by far too many, though far from all Israelis, and is embraced by its ruling coalition. And because many Israeli Jews are indifferent to right-wing anti-Semitism and indeed share right-wing disdain toward the liberalism of American Jews.


  1. "He also notes a gulf between diaspora Jews and Jews in Israel. Jews, in possession of their own country, tend to want to keep it. Jews, in possession of someone else's country, tend to want to give it away."

    This is a very important point, as i also mentioned several times. Jews tend to become very nationalist, when in the majority. And to support measures that support group cohesion: for example by shaming and lashing out at jewish women dating arabs, by having high birth rate, family values, etc.

    Therefore, one could say that they are not genuinly liberal or concervative. They simply do whatever is good for the jews. And that depends on the surrounding environment.

    Jews are "liberal" when in the minority, and nationalist when in the majority. It all depends on the circumstances. Those are not some ingrained beliefs, but simply adaptive behaviors that exist in order to serve narrow jewish ethnic interests, depending on the changing circumstances and environments the jews are in.

    When you are the minority, it serves jewish interests to be a liberal and to ask for more diversity. When you are the majority, it serves jewish interests to be a nationalist and to ask for less diversity. There is no genuine morality or liberalism here. Only what's good for the jews.

  2. Dentro de Alt Rigth también hay gente con un perfil cercano a la comunidad judía, digamos que son facciones rivales dentro de La Masonería y las élites conservadoras en EUA para oponerse a la otra rama rival ; como es Killary y amigos ( véase Soros ).

    Pero, Trump antes de ganar las elecciones consiguió el apoyo y soporte de algunas figuras importantes relacionadas con el Sionismo ( o La Masonería ) ; gente con mucho poder en EUA, se puede consultar y buscar en Internet, si lo prefiere.

    En España continúa la Prensa ( de Soros ) bombardeando a la población española con todo tipo de propaganda negativa contra Trump. Se ha dicho de todo ; racista, xenófobo, dictador, déspota, negrero, y otros insultos. Pero la gente ya se rie de la Prensa en España porque ni es prensa ni es libre. Naturalmente hay otras empresas con pocos recursos ( casi siempre de signo liberal ) que apoya a Trump o simpatiza con él ; pero es minoritaria esa Prensa ( casi marginada y perseguida. )

    España es hoy es una nación gobernada por socialistas-comunistas y liberales ( masones casi todos ) y con representación de independentistas en el Templo de la Democracia, de forma consentida desde hace décadas, y es por eso que España no habrá nunca un Trump, ni siquiera la opción de presentarse alguien con ideas similares y con tantos recursos financieros.

    Los estadounidenses han elegido la opción del mal menor, en el 2016, y todos tendrán que aceptarlo, toda la nación, al igual que antes se aceptó al primer presidente negro de EUA y sus políticas pro-inmigracionistas y LGTB, etc.

    Gracias por compartir.