I did not blog about the kapos who descended on the White House to hand over the Jewish homeland to the jihad president. I have been describing these events for some time. It is not incumbent upon me to write of every action taken by enemies of the Jews, even when those enemies are Jews.
Yesterday the kapos signed off on the final solution. At White House, U.S. Jews offer little resistance to Obama policy on settlements.
These self loathing Jews ought to convert to Islam and leave us the hell alone. Instead, they pretend to speak for us, while paving the way for the final solution. But, the slick Obama didn't invite any real Jews to the White House ......... that J Street, the Soros antisemitic "Jewish" group was at the White House, but not ZOA (Zionist Organization of America), speaks volumes as to what Obama's goals are.
There is one piece of good news on the horizon ................
by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz
(IsraelNN.com) A new Zionist organization declaring support for Jewish communities in all parts of the Land of Israel and opposition to negotiations with terrorists was formally launched last week. The group, going by the name Z Street, intends to "serve as an educational force" and "a proud banner" behind which Zionists can rally, according to its founding documents. The group's founders believe the current period is a "time of great danger to the Jewish State of Israel and, increasingly, to world Jewry," warranting the establishment of a new, unabashedly Zionist advocacy group.
"We need to show everyone that it isn't only those on the left who know how to organize," said Lori Lowenthal Marcus, a long-time Zionist activist and, with Allyson Rowen Taylor, a Z Street founder. Her point of reference, and the inspiration for the name Z Street, was the well-known Jewish-American far-left advocacy group J Street and its associated Capitol Hill political action committee.
J Street calls itself "the political arm of the pro-Israel, pro-peace movement," while promoting demands for Israeli territorial concessions and multilateralism.
In contrast, in her inaugural blog post on behalf of Z Street, Marcus declared: "No more appeasement, no more negotiating with terrorists, no more enabling cowards who fear offending more than they fear another Holocaust. Z Street is for those who are willing not only to support - but to defend - Israel, the Jewish State." Members hold the "firm belief that there can be no compromises or agreements with, and no concessions to, any terrorist entity or any individual terrorists."
Furthermore, the organization's charter makes specific note of the right of Jews to live in Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights, Jerusalem and Gaza, all of which it calls "within greater Israel." Support for Israel's sovereignty, in the Z Street view, "necessarily entails adamantly opposing the dismantling of and/or handing over territory to any other entity or entities."
Declaring itself wholly volunteer and independent of any government, Z Street also intends to take a position identifying nations that fail to condemn terrorism against Israel as "active or passive supporters of a second genocide against the Jewish people." The group will reject links with any Israeli or Diaspora organizations or individuals "supporting the diminution or weakening of Israel either because of ideological conviction, animosity towards a strong, Jewish State, cowardice, or the misguided belief that compromise with terrorist entities can lead to peace in the Middle East or global peace."
Z Street's first major public act in the offline world is to be a pro-Israel rally at the White House on October 27, 2009. As noted by Jerry Gordon of The Iconoclast, that is the same week that J Street holds its first annual meeting in Washington D.C.
Previously at Atlas: scroll these categories
UPDATE Here's the list of those that sold us out. They will answer to a higher authority. *spit*
The White House put out a list of who attended the meeting on Monday afternoon. (hat tip Choi)
Alan Solow, Chairman, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations
Lee Rosenberg, President-elect, AIPAC
David Victor, President, AIPAC
Malcolm Honlein, Executive Vice Chairman, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations
Abraham Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League
Jason Isaacson, Director of Government and International Affairs, American Jewish Committee
Nancy Ratzan, President, National Council of Jewish Women
Kathy Manning, Chair, Executive Committee, United Jewish Communities
Andrea Weinstein, Chair, Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Marla Gilson, Washington Director, Hadassah
Stephen Savitsky, President, Orthodox Union
Rabbi Steven Wernick, Executive Vice President and CEO, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
Rabbi Eric Yoffie, President, Union for Reform Judaism
Ira Forman, Chief Executive Officer, National Jewish Democratic Council
Debra DeLee, President and CEO, Americans for Peace Now
Jeremy Ben Ami, Executive Director, J Street