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August 18, 2009




Jewish Defence League of Canada and Shalom International of Miami Beach to lead a Protest to Expose and Confront J Street in Washington DC


President Obama is more concerned with a few homes built for Jews in Israel, than Radical Iran building a Nuclear Bomb pointed at Israel !!

The Jewish Defence League of Canada and Shalom International of Miami Beach are calling upon all supporters of Israel to join with us, as we will Confront and Expose J Street at their 1st National Conference in Washington DC. 
In Late October, J Street will have a major conference in Washington DC. Many of their supporters fund groups that call for a boycott of Israel and refer to Israel as an  “Apartheid State”. In an effort to apply pressure on Israel, President Obama has given support to J Street and wants J Street to represent the Jewish People. It should be understood that much of J Street’s monetary support comes from Arabs and Muslims.


J Street’s Moslem, Arab Donors are Revealed

Sunday, October 25, 2009 at 9:00am –Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 7:00pm
Jewish Defence League of Canada
Tel: 416-736-7000
Shalom International of Miami Beach
Tel: 305-864-5110,  

Grand Hyatt Hotel,  1000 H Street NW,  Washington, DC

For information call  how you can help, please call

The Misrepresentation of J Street
August 18, 2009

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The Misrepresentation of J Street

By Matthew M. Hausman

There has been a surge of liberal to leftist organizations who claim to be pro-Israel, but who actually boast agendas that undercut the legitimacy of the Jewish State. The most well-known of these is J Street, because of its visibility in the press, which has vastly overstated its significance as a gauge of Jewish opinion. J Street claims to advocate equally for both the Arab and Israeli positions. But in reality, it espouses an aesthetic that belittles genuine expressions of Jewish political self-determination while legitimizing the revisionist and unhistorical Arab narrative.

Moreover, J Street is not above deception, as for example when it was exposed for misrepresenting poll data in claiming that the majority of Israelis favor negotiations with Hamas, when in fact objective polls showed precisely the opposite. Its motives are suspect and critics believe that its claim to represent a legitimate pro-Israel point of view is showmanship worthy of P.T. Barnum.

At a glance, J Street seems to be a study in contradictions. Its members claim that they support Israel, but they rigorously advance the Arab historical myth. Some of them view Israel as racist for affirmatively asserting her Jewish character, but fail to level the same criticism at the 22 Arab-Muslim states of the Middle East in which Jews either have no substantive rights or are not permitted to reside. They pontificate that Israel must recognize the dubious historical rights of the Palestinians, but do not insist with equal vigor on an Arab obligation to acknowledge Jewish historical claims. Moreover, they routinely equate Arab aggression and terror as morally equivalent to Israel’s legitimate acts of self-defense.

And yet, these seemingly conflicting positions really present no contradictions at all. Rather, they are perfectly consistent with the usual treatment of Israel by the political left. The difference between J Street and other left-leaning groups is that it attempts to camouflage its inclinations under layers of general declarations of love and support for the State of Israel, although not for the political expressions of its government. J Street’s critics do not believe that this position is truly pro-Israel, however, and an analysis of its executives and advisors gives weight to their criticism.

One of the spiritual mentors of J Street, although not its financial sponsor, is George Soros, who is not known as a friend to Israel. Soros reportedly opted not to fund the group because his identification with liberal causes, and one assumes his positions on Israel, would have been imputed to J Street. Nevertheless, a review of its website indicates that J Street is no less liberal than Soros, and has a typical leftist slant with respect to military or governmental actions taken by Israel. The bias is often expressed as patronizing criticism of Israel for taking actions that, while perhaps understandable (e.g., the action in Gaza), are not deemed to be in Israel’s “long-term interests.” Of course, the determination of Israel’s long-term interests appears to be based on the naïve presumption that more concessions and impossible restraint will garner Arab respect and acceptance, despite the deadly results of past concessions — from the Intifada that followed the Oslo folly to the inevitable war following the unilateral disengagement from Gaza.

Founder and spokesman Jeremy Ben-Ami routinely proclaims J Street’s support for the Jewish State, but these public affirmations are diluted by the organization’s stated positions and the clear presence of radical leftists or anti-Israel ideologues on its Advisory Council. This Advisory Council includes individuals who belong to and represent other organizations that have documented biases against Israel. Many of these organizational co-travelers go out of their way to fault Israel for legitimate acts of self-defense, and often express the simplistic yet politicized view that Israel has the obligation to demure to opponents who have historically rejected her existence on religious, political and cultural grounds. Thus, J Street proclaims among its advisors a number of individuals whose “pro-Israel” credentials are suspect in light of the organizations they represent.

Executive Director Jeremy Ben-Ami has experience in both politics and government. Among other things, he served as Howard Dean’s policy director during his presidential campaign and worked for President Bill Clinton from 1992-1996, serving for two years as the President’s Deputy Domestic Advisor. He is also on the board of Americans for Peace Now. Although not on J Street’s Advisory Council, he serves as its Executive Director and spokesman, and his views can be gleaned from his many public statements. In an on-line Q & A interview with Haaretz, Mr. Ben-Ami said a few things that should give even neutral observers pause. When asked whether he supported negotiating with Hamas, for example, he had this to say:

Hamas as a significant political force in that society isn’t going away. I found it very compelling that we were talking to a Lebanese government that included Hezbollah representation. Why wouldn’t we do the same with a Palestinian government that includes Hamas and is willing to engaged in negotiations and abide by the results? Don’t forget 69% of Israelis support the Israeli government talking to Hamas. (Emphasis added.)

As has been reported, however, the poll results upon which J Street relies are misleading or inaccurate. As reported by CAMERA and others, objective polls actually show that a significant majority of Israelis reject negotiations with Hamas, whose charter still calls for the eradication of the State of Israel.

Moreover, a poll recently published by the Israeli Institute of Democracy shows that 43% of Israelis oppose any evacuation of the so-called settlements, while 35% support the evacuation of only isolated settlements and the annexation of the four large settlement blocks. Perhaps most significantly, only 22% of Israelis favor a total evacuation of the West Bank settlements.

Regarding the war in Gaza, Mr. Ben-Ami had this to say:

We had reservations about the Israeli response in Gaza because we felt that, while military action was justifiable and understandable, the action as carried out was not in Israel’s long-term interest.

Certainly a nation under military attack has every right to respond militarily, but we felt that the overwhelming military force used and the consequent devastation that it caused did not advance Israel’s interests. Hatred in Gaza was only deepened and anger in the broader Arab community heightened. Meanwhile, Israel’s standing in the broader international community sunk even further. In return, none of the stated objectives of the operation were achieved as rocket fire wasn’t stopped and Hamas remained in charge.

Left out of this analysis is any indication of what J Street believes Israel could have done differently that would have been consistent with her “long-term interests,” aside from unilateral capitulation, or any indication of what those long-term interests actually were.

Arab Peace Initiative

And when asked J Street’s position on the so-called Arab peace initiative, Mr. Ben-Ami had this to say:

Yes, we support the idea behind the Arab Peace Initiative — which is that resolution of the conflict needs to be regional and comprehensive. It should be possible for Israel to make peace not simply with its neighbors but with all 22 Arab nations and the broader Muslim world.

The proposal is itself not a “peace plan” or a resolution of the conflict. It is an offer that lays out the basis for ultimate resolution to the conflict – which still leaves a lot to be negotiated.

Omitted from this colloquy was any discussion of the nature of this so-called “peace initiative,” which as proffered by the Saudis calls for Israel to retreat to indefensible borders, cede all of the Golan, and recognize the Arab “right of return,” while receiving nothing but the promise of normalization after these unilateral concessions. Interestingly, this promise does not guarantee recognition and will include no acknowledgment that Israel is a Jewish nation or the historic Jewish homeland. Insistence on the Arab “right of return” is consistent with this rejection, insofar as its purpose is to use a flood of Arab immigration to dilute the Jewish majority.

Mr. Ben-Ami apparently believes that being pro-Israel does not require one to agree with any and all actions of the Israeli government and military, and frankly he is correct in this assessment. There are many legitimate areas upon which supporters of Israel can disagree with the Israeli government and with each other. However, there is a world of difference between objective criticism of Israel’s actions and the acceptance of positions that are antithetical to her continued viability and the safety of her people. Further, any endorsement of the Saudi plan — particularly without critically assessing its actual intent, recognizing that it requires only Israel to make concessions, and conceding that formal recognition by the Arab nations is not guaranteed and will include no acknowledgment of her Jewish character — cannot be construed as “pro-Israel.”

Advisory Council

The J Street website describes its Advisory Council as including “over 160 prominent former public officials, policy experts, community and academic leaders.” Two interesting names that immediately jump off the page are Marcia Freedman, the founder of Brit Tzedek v’Shalom, and Steve Masters, the President of that organization. If one can assume that their identification with Brit Tzedek provides insight into their views on Israel, then a review of the organization’s goals and actions would seem to be a legitimate barometer of those views.

Among other things, Brit Tzedek has collaborated with anti-Zionist groups, such as Jewish Voice for Peace, the Bay Area Women in Black, and the International Solidarity Movement, in and around San Francisco. Brit Tzedek refuses to identify itself as pro-Zionist and is reported to have criticized the singing of Hatikvah at a rally in support of the Annapolis Conference. It also lobbied against the Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Bill in 2006, and reportedly accused the IDF of committing war crimes by using white phosphorous during the war in Gaza (even though Israel was found by the International Red Cross, which is usually highly critical of Israel, not to have committed war crimes by the use of phosphorus).

It is difficult to see how such actions by Brit Tzedek can be construed as “pro-Israel.” Rather, they appear to run counter to Israel’s interests and would seem, in the absence of any repudiation, to reflect the views of the organization’s representatives. Consequently, it is curious that J Street could include representatives of Brit Tzedek on its Advisory Council without undercutting its supposedly pro-Israel credentials.

Another member of the Advisory Council is Ricken Patel, the co-founder and Executive Director of, which describes itself as a “new global web movement with a simple democratic mission: to close the gap between the world we have, and the world most people everywhere want.” A review of the mission statement shows that the organization is devoted to left-wing causes across the globe. Avaaz claims to support a two-state solution to the Middle East conflict, promotes the Palestinian national myth, and fails to identify Arab rejectionism as a core obstacle to peace. HowAvaaz truly regards Israel can be inferred by reviewing the statement it posted during the war in Gaza. The posting states, in relevant part, as follows:

The people of Gaza are being squeezed to death. This week’s blackouts have finally reached the attention of the world — and the international community could help end the blockade. Our obligation is clear. This isn’t about Israel vs Palestine or Hamas vs Fatah: this is about 1.5 million human beings locked up in the biggest prison on earth…. The humanitarian crisis of sealed-off Gaza is only getting worse, and a rain of missiles is falling.

Of course, Avaaz posted no such proclamations condemning Hamas for precipitating the war by its daily missile and terror attacks against Israeli civilians in the years following the disengagement from Gaza. Nor did it release any denunciations of Hamas for using Arab civilians as shields, or for locating artillery and other weaponry in homes, schools and hospitals. Again, it is difficult to see how J Street consolidates its position as a supposed advocate for Israel by including on its Advisory Council the Executive Director of an organization with such an apparently slanted view of the Middle East.

The Advisory Council also includes Peter Edelman and Norman Rosenberg, who are, respectively, the Board Chair and former CEO of the New Israel Fund. This organization is known for its support of radical groups that have attacked Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria, and for funding Arab groups, such as Adala, Mossawa, and the Arab Human Rights Association, which are committed to the destruction of Israel as a Jewish state. In particular,Adala is uncompromising in its demand for the unlimited Arab “right of return,” the purpose of which is to destroy Israel demographically.

A true Israel advocacy organization should marginalize groups such as the New Israel Fund, and by extension the radical associations they sponsor. Yet, J Street actually legitimizes the New Israel Fund and lends it an air of credibility by including its executives and representatives on the Advisory Council. J Street’s endorsement by inclusion extends to other ultra-liberal Jewish groups who claim to speak for Jewish values, but whose understanding seems to be informed more by a secular left-leaning perspective or perversion of those values.

For example, the J Street Advisory Council also includes Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, a member of “Rabbis for Human Rights.” Rabbi Firestone’s orientation with respect to Israel can be inferred from her effort in organizing the “Jewish Fast for Gaza.” A description of the fast appears at the website, and states in relevant part the following:

The Jewish Fast for Gaza is an ad hoc group of rabbis, Jews, and people of conscience who have committed to undertake a monthly daytime fast in support of the following goals:

1. To call for a lifting of the blockade that prevents the entry of civilian goods and services into Gaza;

2. To provide humanitarian and developmental aid to the people of Gaza;

3. To call upon Israel, the US, and the international community to engage in negotiations without pre-conditions with all relevant Palestinian parties – including Hamas – in order to end the blockade;

4. To encourage the American government to vigorously engage both Israelis and Palestinians toward a just and peaceful settlement of the conflict.

Rabbi Firestone rationalizes the fast with citations to Jewish sources. For example, she cites the Mishnah (Avot 1:18), for the maxim stating: “On three things the world stands: on justice, on truth and on peace,” to justify the use of moral equivalence. Concerning this verse she states:

From this we learn that justice, truth and peace are interdependent and irrevocably intertwined. Thus we cannot separate our call for justice in Gaza from the painful truth of this conflict and the ongoing tragedy of war in this tortured region. We condemn Hamas’ deliberate targeting of Israeli civilians. Out of the same ethical commitments we also condemn the use of much greater violence by the Israeli government, causing many more deaths of Palestinian civilians. Since the end of Israel’s recent military campaign, the severe humanitarian crisis in Gaza has grown all the more dire.

Like many liberal or left-wing critics of Israel, she also seems to employ the logic of moral equivalence to place the actions of Hamas and Israel on a level ethical playing field. With respect to the ascendancy of Hamas in Gaza she says:

Since Hamas’ electoral victory in January 2006, Israel has subjected the Gaza Strip to an increasingly intolerable blockade that restricts Gaza’s ability to import food, fuel and other essential materials, and to export finished products. As a result, the Gazan economy has completely collapsed. Most of Gaza’s industrial plants have been forced to close, further contributing to already high levels of unemployment and poverty and rising levels of childhood malnutrition. (

There is no need to parse the foregoing statements for intent or deeper meaning. The words plainly speak for themselves. The only question is how the views expressed or fairly implied by these words can be reconciled with J Street’s claims of pro-Israel advocacy.

Perhaps most telling for J Street’s supposed pro-Israel credentials is the inclusion of Robert Malley on its Advisory Council. There is simply no way to construe Malley as pro-Israel or even politically neutral. The son of anti-Israel ideologue Simon Malley, the younger Malley apparently did not fall far from the tree. As a writer, he has produced articles misrepresenting fact and history regarding Israel, including a New York Times op-ed entitled, “Fictions about the Failure of Camp David,” in which he blamed Israel exclusively for the failure of Clinton’s attempt to coerce a deal at Camp David. Malley expunged or minimized Arafat’s responsibility for the Camp David fiasco and the preplanned intifada that followed. He co-wrote this article with frequent collaborator and former Arafat advisor Hussein Agha, and his revisionist account contrasts sharply with the recollections of Dennis Ross and Bill Clinton.

Moreover, Malley is associated with the International Crisis Group funded by George Soros, and was alleged to have served as Barack Obama’s special envoy to the Middle East, although both Malley and the President denied that he served in any official capacity. Nevertheless, he reportedly met with representatives of the Syrian and Egyptian governments and allegedly with members of Hamas (although that too was denied) despite Hamas’ inclusion on the U.S. terror watch list. He is also well known as an apologist for Hamas and Hezbollah, with whom he advocates dialogue despite their continued pledges to eradicate Israel; and has been criticized for actively seeking to weaken America’s relationship with Israel.

Given Malley’s apparent animus toward Israel, and his espousal of revisionist views, it is difficult to reconcile his inclusion on the Advisory Council with J Street’s claimed affinity for Israel. Although Mr. Ben-Ami is certainly correct in his belief that support for Israel does not require agreement with all actions of the Israeli government, pro-Israel advocacy cannot be reconciled with the public words and deeds of individuals like Robert Malley.

The foregoing represents only a few of the 160 members of J Street’s Advisory Council; and to be fair, many of J Street’s constituents probably truly consider themselves to be pro-Israel. However, the inclusion on the Advisory Council of individuals representing organizations with often extreme views provides a sobering counterbalance to J Street’s pretension to speak for Israel’s “long-term interests.” The danger is that J Street’s claimed support for Israel will be taken at face value by those with limited knowledge of world history in general and Jewish history in particular, as well as those with minimal Jewish self-awareness. And by claiming that it represents a mainstream Jewish view, despite what objective polls might actually suggest, J Street will continue to be used by the Obama administration to justify its efforts to undercut Israel. A review of J Street’s supporters, mentors and advisors, however, provides a more realistic measure of the organization’s attitudes regarding Israel, which are not objective and which, according to recent polls, do not represent the majority view.

Lori Lowenthal Marcus

Z STREET co-founder

Protesting Jewish Sellouts of Israel
August 18, 2009

There are so many enemies out there, but when the Jewish Kapos are also a part of it, we must respond.

On Aug. 9, 2009, we had 300 protest in Chicago “For Israel and Against Obama/Rahm Emanuel/David Axelrod for their treachery. Caroline Glick was our honored speaker and we had 8 media.

Emanuel/Axelrod led the July 13 meeting with Obama and the Jewish organizations, on how to sell their sellout policies towards Israel. As you know AIPAC, “J St.” and 12 other Jewish groups were there betraying us all. Imagine advancing their own careers while jeapordizing Israel’s security and that of the Jewish world?

Of 47 Jewish members of Congress, they too have kept their mouths shut on Obama demanding no ‘natural growth’ and the division of Jerusalem. It couldn’t be more dangerous.

Tues., Aug. 18, will be our 133 rally/event and 1000 news media later, when we again meet at the Federal Bldg., 3rd Ave. and Broward Blvd., Ft. Laud, 5P.M. to 7P.M..

However, we have added two more opportunities this week to expose the shameful politics of two S. Fla. ‘Jewish’ Congressmen, who are part of the Obama/Emanuel/Axelrod, cabal to undermine Israel.

Each made the Obama vote possible in Fla. which helped win this state and the national election.

So we will expose the shameful and treacherous sellouts:

Wed., Aug. 19, 8:30 AM, when Rep. Ron Klein goes to the Ponte Vecchio West Club House, 7550 Boynton Beach and Shalom International will be outside with posters on his inexcusable behavior with Obama against Israel.

Thurs., Aug. 20, 11:00 AM, Shalom International will be in front of S. County Civic Center on Jog Rd., Delray Beach, when Rep. Robert Wexler appears for his ‘closed’ town hall meeting. Wexler has been Obama and Emanuel’s key player in Fla., who actually doesn’t even live here, but in Maryland ,who has been lying all over the place that we could trust Obama, who turns out to be worse than we ever dreamed possible.

Sun., Sept. 13, 2009,, Shalom International of Boca Raton will sponsor a huge rally for Israel at Sand Bourne Square, 2nd St. and Federal Hwy., in Boca Raton,4P.M. to 7P.M.

Oct. 20 and 21st., Shalom International will be protesting the National Jewish Democratic Council starting at 9AM both days. at the Hilton, 1919 Conn., Ave., Wash., D.C. Supporting the Dem. Party at any cost including the dumping of Israel is an outrage.

See the statement below on “J St”, supported by Arabs, Muslims, George Soros, who collaborated with the Nazis and confiscated Jewish property in the Holocaust. “J St” is that phony Jewish group Obama is basing his politics on to divide Israel and Jerusalem.

We are pleased to join with JDL Canada to protest and expose the “J St. Jerks and Frauds” at their lst collaborating sellout of Israel convention. See below.

Please, as you can see we are swamped with events and they all cost money. We need your donations. Please go to and donate on paypal or by mail to: Defend Jerusalem, P.O.Box 402263, Miami Beach, Fla. 33140.

Yours in Shalom,

Bob Kunst

Pres., Shalom International


Subject: JStreet, their goals and Florida Congressional supporters


The following article by Matthew Hausman explores the duplicity of J-Street in trying to change U.S. policies from being pro-Israel to supporting Palestinian goals targeting Israel. A little research has disclosed that some Jewish lawmakers, who claim to their constituents of their support for the Jewish State, actually have close connections with J-Street. JTA’s Eric Fingerhut, in an article (May 25, 2009), reported that on May 13, 2009, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) hosted a J-Street evening during which she was even presented with an award. Congressman Ron Klein (D-FL), was an honored guest at this event as well. So let’s see if I’ve got this right : You can run for office with a Jewish electorate and tell them you support Israel, while at the same time, you are endorsed by and give encouragement to an organization that calls for Israel to submit to Palestinian demands. I’ve got it!!!

(Officially a White House Designated Dissident)

August 9 – 300 Rally in Chicago For Israel and Against Obama/Emaneul was a Great Success
August 13, 2009

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We are now organizing in Chicago, Milwaukee and Detroit and Toronto as a result of this event. July 31, 2009, 35 rallied with us at the U.S. Consulate in Toronto against Obama/Emanuel’s anti-Israel politics, a first in Canada.
The Jewish Tribune in Toronto mentioned our next event being in Chicago.

Emanuel has been Obama’s ‘cover’ and with David Axelrod and also Rep. Wexler in Fla. were the keys to convincing the Jews nationwide that we could trust Obama. Bibi Netayahu was quoted in Haaretz on July 10 that both Emanuel and Axelrod were “Self-hating Jews”.

Obama has proven to be even worse than we imagined.

At the Chicago Rally some of our signs read: “Color Obama Yellow”; “Obama/Emanuel Betrayed Us”; “Can’t trust Obama/Emanuel”; “Obama/Hillary Betrayed Israel and America”.

The jerks at “J St” and the rest of the Jewish organizations that met with Obama/Emanuel on July 13 to try to convince the Jewish community to stick with Obama have failed miserably. What kind of Jew would divide Jerusalem? Are they nuts? We are going to make sure that these groups no longer get the financial and political support for their treacherous sellout politics to advance their own careers while doing the most heinous politics that would give the Nazis a key victory. A divided Jerusalem is the end of Israel.

Meanwhile, Fatah and Abbas this weekend, while we rallied in Chicago, now upped their demands to not only keep the killing of Jews going but to do it till they get ALL of Jerusalem, and ALL of Israel.

Obama in Cairo ‘morally equated’ the Holocaust with Arab humiliation, while Obama/Emanuel cowardly ignored 5 Arab wars and 2 intifadas to kill all the Jews, and also that the Mufti of Jerusalem was alligned with Hiter to kill all the Jews back then. Today, the Arabs cowardly deny the Holocaust but want to finish the job and Iran will have its nukes within six months and we could be in a nuclear war by then, without any effort on Obama/Emanuel/Hillary to stop it.

Yet they blackmail Israel, that to attack Iran, Israel would have to give up Judea and Sumaria and East Jerusalem.

Telling Jews not to have babies in their land for 5000 yrs. is racist, anti-semitism and genocide politic.

Obama wouldn’t ask Muslims to give up Mecca for peace, but has no problem slamming our faith and Covenant with G-d, our history, our identity and the fact that Jerusalem is 3000 yrs. old and Jewish.

So if the Gaza fiasco didn’t work and only produced 10,000 missiles fired on Israel from Gaza, via 300 tunnels the Egyptians have allowed Hamas to smuggle weapons through, then why would Obama/Emanuel/Hillary think that 500,000 Jews would leave Judea, Sumaria and East Jerusalem? Therefore, the only conclusion is to isolate Israel and allow the anti-semites to reign as part of the Obama/Emanuel scam we are exposing.

We see Emanuel as the “Bernie Maydoff” of White House treachery against Israel and by rewarding the Islamic Nazis with Obama groveling and bowing to Saudi Arabia, responsible for ‘9/11’, global terrorism of over 12,000 attacks since ‘9/11’ and global oil blackmail of the world’s economies, this endangers America as well, since we are the “Great Satan” and Israel’s the “Little Satan”.

Now Obama/Emanuel/Hillary tell the Arab world that they will offer them a nuclear umbrella, but leave out Israel, should Iran attack.

The whole stinking mess is ‘Munich II”. Munich I was England’s Chamberlain and his ‘peace in our time’ paper from Hitler after giving away Czechoslovakia and Sudentenland. This resulted in WWII and 60millions dead and the Holocaust with 7 million Jews murdered.

From Hitler to Hamas the Holocaust Continues. Obama going to Buchenwald, another Emanuel public relations stunt, after Cairo was again a major slap in the face. The Holocaust was based on Europe and the world being Jew Free, or ‘Judenrein’, which is exactly the politics of Obama/Emanuel/Hillary in demanding that Israel give up what belongs to all Jews and to all Jews murdered for being Jews, and for Judea, Sumaria and East Jerusalem to be “Jew Free” as in Gaza.

So we will be at Rep. Wexler’s town hall meeting with all of this in Palm Beach on Aug. 20, as part of our exposing all those supporting and keeping quiet about Obama/Emanuel/Hillary anti-semitism and anti-Israel politics, that is hurting America as well.

Those screaming ‘death to Israel’ are also screaming ‘death to America.’ Is Obama/Emaneul/Hillary this naive, stupid or just plain evil?

Evil is the issue. Hillary as Senator and candidate called for Jerusalem to be United and now has sold out competely and even telling Jews, no births in lands we’ve ‘occupied’ for 5000 yrs. What an insult and outrage.

Even today’s attacks from this White House and the unDems. to disparage the grassroots with name calling from ‘nazis’, to ‘kkk’, to ‘mob’, to ‘unAmerican’, all of it has the dirty hands of Emanuel all over it.

I as a registered Democrat all of my life who have fought for everyone’s civil and human rights and have been to 31 death camps in the Holocaust am ouotraged and appalled at the venal politics of this undemocratic party. I never voted GOP before this last election, but I knew Obama/Emaneul couldn’t be trusted and it is worse than I have ever dreamed it could become.

As a result, Israel and America are in great danger.

We are going to mobilize a “MILLION MENCH(and-ettes)MARCH” in Washington, D.C. to expose this scam once and for all in 2010. “Throw the bums out”, and that includes every member of Congress who wants to divide Israel and Jerusalem. We have already been at several key ‘tea parties’ and know the grassroots is with us on this level as well. We’ll mobilize all the ‘infidels’ for 2010.

We are not going to let Obama/Emanuel/Hillary/Wexler ad nauseum go unchallenged with their Jewish leaders, all selling us out.

The Jewish vote in 2008, made Obama President. “Obama-Never Again”, is our motto for the future. Please see our web site for background.

Shalom International/ broke the silence, has been the catalyst for activism and is replacing those selling out Israel, Jerusalem and America. We led the rallies at the White House, 14 times, and against “Annapolis”; this this to both national conventions and the lst Pres. debate.; Took this to AIPAC, the General Assembly and Christian Broadcasting Conventions; Took this to Israeli Consulates in NY, Miami; to the Carter Center in Atlanta; Against Rev. Wright in D.C.; Against the UNazis in Durbin II in Geneva and rallied for Jerusalem when the Pope was in Israel. We had 2000 at Holocaust Memorial on Miami Beach on Jan. 4, 2009, and have taken on the pro-Hamas gangsters with over 40 rallies at the Fed. Bldg. in Ft. Laud., that started in Dec. with the pro-Hamas gang screaming at us: “Jews into the ovens”. There is much more on our web site.

Emaneul is a ‘Kapo’. He’s the one who would push the Jews into the gas chambers. What a disgrace and we are letting the world know it. If Obama/Emanuel only has 6% support in Israel, they have blown and we need now to move the 78% of Jews who voted for Obama into voting against him. “Obama-NEVER AGAIN”!

No small task, but our 133 rallies/events and 1000 news interviews since Oct. 2007, has given us the unique expertise and insight as to where the grassroots are really at, versus what is being reported in the media.

We know that the grassroots are not buying Obama/Emanuel/Hillary and their anti-Israel and anti-American politics. We are witnessing, via ‘town halls’, real opposition to them. When we rallied at the White House on July 5, we saw clearly how many visiting there were on our side and only 3 negatives.

We are exposing these frauds for what they really are.

At the Chicago rally we gave out “Obamination” buttons and “Obamination, scares the hell out of me” buttons and “Keep Jerusalem United” buttons and stickers as well as “Protect and Defend” Israel and America stickers, and we made 10,000 of them already being circulated around the nation and world.

Will stay in touch.

Yours in Shalom,
Bob Kunst
Pres., Shalom International

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