Saturday, 5 November 2016

Jewish writer seeks atonement for having co-written Donald Trump's book "The Art of the Deal". (link
Speaking to Kirsty Wark on BBC Newsnight last week, Mr Schwartz said: "Trump has no social graces whatsoever, they are utterly absent." 
He added: "I created a version of Donald Trump far more appealing than he actually is. I absolutely feel the need to atone for that, and that's why I am speaking out now." 
On Friday, Mr Schwartz spoke at the Oxford Union and then attended Shabbat dinner with 200 students at the Slager Jewish Student and Community Centre, run by Oxford Chabad. Rabbi Eli Brackman, who runs the centre with his wife Freda, said: "We were absolutely thrilled to have Tony Schwartz come to join us in a warm and friendly Jewish atmosphere. He was very happy to be here, he spoke and then took questions from the students."
Jews ripping off even themselves over kosher food (link)
A Jewish Chronicle investigation has revealed that some kosher caterers appear to be overcharging customers for the services of a shomer by as much as three times — and falsely blaming the Kosher London Beth Din (KLBD) for the increased prices. 
One customer said the caterers seem to simply “make up figures”. 
The kosher authority, which supervises more than 40 catering companies, admitted that it has received reports of caterers attempting to exploit consumers by overcharging for the shomer, the person responsible for ensuring the food preparation is in accordance with kashrut laws.
From the same link comes the interesting information that Stephen Rosenthal, Google UK’s former head of social media, is a Jewish Chronicle columnist.

Jews suddenly care about free speech when it allows hatred to be incited against goyim. As I've noted before, the Poles are essentially playing the Jews at their own game of criminalising free speech and seeking to prescribe the bounds of acceptable historical memory, and the Jews don't like it one bit.
Poland’s nationalistic leadership is refusing to give up a fight against a Polish-American scholar who has claimed that more Jews than Germans were killed by Poles during World War II, a hugely controversial statement in a nation proud of its resistance against the Nazis. 
The question is whether Princeton professor Jan Tomasz Gross publicly insulted Poland, a crime punishable by up to three years in prison. A prosecutor recently ordered a yearlong investigation be continued until April, overriding a lower-ranking prosecutor who recommended dropping the case after finding no intent to defame Poland.

Chucky Schumer may be next Democratic leader in US Senate. (link)

An African Jewish family makes "aliyah" from France to Israel. Hehehe. (link)

Jewish immigration propaganda conveniently leaving out the fact that the "stranger" referred only to other Jews.
“The Other” always has been a convenient target. Too often that “other” has been us. Therefore, it is incumbent upon us to be among the first to speak up. We have been instructed on how to treat the stranger. Leviticus 19:33-34 teaches us: “When a stranger resides with you in your land, you shall not wrong him. The stranger who resides with you shall be to you as one of your citizens; you shall love him as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.” This commandment is mentioned 36 times. That’s more than any other commandment or prohibition. No other commandment in the Torah — not to love God, and not to keep the Shabbat, not to circumcise our sons and not to refrain from eating non-kosher foods, not the prohibition against lying or stealing — is mentioned as many times as the commandment to treat strangers with respect. We as the children of Abraham must stand and welcome the stranger as he did.

Jew wants to use £50m Holocaust shakedown money (intended to pay for a Holocaust memorial centre) to fund scholarships for "Syrian refugees". (link)

Also at the same link, the Holocaust shakedown being extended back into the Middle Ages. A new memorial centre is to be constructed to commemorate the massacre of Jews in 1190.

Baroness Tonge resigned from the Liberal Democrat party after being suspended following a House of Lords event in which someone claimed Jews had provoked the Holocaust through their own behaviour.
In video clips of the event posted online, one man in the audience was shown describing Zionism as a "perversion of Judaism", and implying Rabbi Stephen Wise, a leading figure in the United States in the 1930s, had provoked Hitler into murdering six million Jews in the Shoah. The man - reportedly from the anti-Zionist strictly Orthodox Neturei Karta sect - claimed Hitler was "pushed over the edge" by the rabbi's comments, and went on to talk about boycotts.

The good Baroness insists she is not antisemitic.
"I am at last free of being told what I must and must not say on the issue of Palestine, lest it offends the Israel lobby here, who like to control us, as they do in the USA. "They are trying to destroy the Labour Party with spurious accusations of antisemitism and now they have set their sights on the Lib Dems. I have never been antisemitic, and never will be."
This begs the question: why not? If you believe Jews "control us", control the USA and are trying to destroy one of Britain's great political parties with "spurious accusations", why would you not be prejudiced against them?


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