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Why Jews will vote for Trump-Israel, Israel, Israel
On October 1, 2020, the Post ran Douglas Bloomfield's opinion piece "Why Jews won't vote for Trump." Well excuse me, Mr. Bloomfield, here is one Jew out of many that will vote (I already did) for Trump. The reason is simple. Israel, Israel, Israel.
How can anyone forget that under Trump's competitor, Biden, was the vice-president under President Obama, who was the most anti-Israel president we have had in years.
Bibi's main claim to being a leader was his willingness to stand up to Obama, when he threatened to return us to our 67 borders and divide Jerusalem. He flew to the United Nations to fight this idea and kept our future alive. Do you think that our memory is so short we can forget just four years ago, when Israel's future looked over, under Obama?
The Golan heights, the US embassy in Jerusalem, the respected place that Israel now has in the world, is due to the support that Trump has given Israel. The claim that Biden is an Israel supporter does not chive with the facts in his term as Obama's vice president.
The coffee is brewing. We better wake up and smell it, or we will return to cowering Jews, losing the state of Israel, when we have a chance to vote for a man who supports Israel.
Great Barrington Declaration gains traction as an endorsement, support grows
8th October 2020 by Jarryd Neves
The recently published Great Barrington Declaration has set tongues wagging across the world, as people take to Twitter to express their support behind the science-backed declaration.
The declaration – written by three medical professionals – believes that low-risk individuals should not be restricted by the rules and regulations enforced by many lockdowns globally. While it strongly believes that the young and healthy should be able to resume their pre-Covid lives, it hasn't forgotten about those who still remain vulnerable to the virus.
The declaration refers to 'focused protection'. Those who are deemed high risk should adopt the measures outlined by the declaration, with examples given. 'Nursing homes should use staff with acquired immunity and perform frequent PCR testing of other staff and all visitors. Staff rotation should be minimized. Retired people living at home should have groceries and other essentials delivered to their homes. When possible, they should meet family members outside rather than inside.'
The declaration has gained phenomenal traction, supported by those who are concerned about the future issues that further lockdowns may have on society and the economy:
The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings, and deteriorating mental health – leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden. Keeping students out of school is a grave injustice. – The Great Barrington Declaration
South African businesswoman Magda Wierzycka and PANDA co-founder Nick Hudson, have already taken to Twitter to express their support for the cause.
Since then, a number of notable individuals have spoken in favor of the declaration, including British politician, Steve Baker MP.
UK commentator Toby Young has also spoken positively about the declaration, stating that those who believe in the idea of focused protection should sign it.
Despite the reinforcement of many influential supporters, the cause is not without its detractors. British journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark said on his Twitter page that 'It still thinks the elderly and 'vulnerable' should stay at home & only meet other family members outdoors.'
Figures on the website indicate the declaration has been signed by over 76,500 members of the general public, while over 8,000 medical practitioners, medical and public health scientists have put their name behind it.
What is the strangest archaeological object ever found?
Al-Naslah Rock in Saudi Arabia
It's a historical rock located in Timaa. The rock has historical patterns of the Thamudic Civilization, which was, according to the Quran and islamic belief, destroyed by heavy winds after they killed a holy camel of the prophet Saleh. The winds destroy almost everything but this rock, which still has inscriptions of the Thamudic language and patterns.
But there is also a signature of Pharaoh Ramses The Third from the period between 1192- 1160 BCE. This is the only signature of Egyptian pharaohs in the Arabian Gulf which could only have meant that the pharaoh had been in the country.
the rock have a romantic story of Anter bin shdad and his cousin A'abla , Anter was Poet and he wrote alot of beautiful words to his lover by this rock.
The king Nabû-nāʾid patterns was founded also but till now there is cleaning operations to clean Rock and discover new patterns .
Anti-Defamation League Circulates Petition Urging Jews to Denounce Trump
T. Belman. Pollack said the petition "says nothing about Antifa or about extremists in the Black Lives Matter movement," I find this wanting. Why not refer to "Antifa and Black Lives Matter"? Furthermore by doing so, he equated the harm done by white supremacy groups which is miniscule, with that done by these movements which has been estimated between one and two billion dollars. There is no comparison. He should have said so. He also should have mentioned that over 700 police have been injured in the BLM "peaceful protests". He also should have called out Democrats, including Jews, and the mainstream media for encouraging the riots and running cover for them by calling them "peaceful protests".
The left constantly plays the white supremacy card in order to change the subject from the real problem (Antifa and BLM).
By Joel Pollack, BREITBART
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is circulating a petition among Jewish organizations urging them to criticize President Donald Trump for failing to denounce white supremacy during the first presidential debate on Tuesday — though he did so then, and has done so, often, before.
The petition, which was leaked to Breitbart News, states (original emphasis, links removed):
In Tuesday's Presidential debate, when asked a simple question about condemning white supremacists, the President could not simply disavow these groups. After their mention, the Proud Boys could barely contain their excitement. This is extremely dangerous.
We are gathering support for the Jewish communal statement below in which we urge political leaders and fellow Americans to unequivocally and explicitly denounce white supremacy, white supremacist organizations, and the individuals and groups who adopt and act on white supremacist and right-wing extremist ideologies.
Please sign on here to the Jewish communal statement below by Friday, October 2 at 10:00 AM ET.
We join today as representatives of Jewish American communal organizations in response to President Trump's refusal to denounce white supremacy during the September 29, 2020 Presidential Debate. The call to organizations like the Proud Boys, violent extremists with a long record of bigotry, to "stand back and stand by" immediately and dangerously galvanized groups and individuals supporting white supremacist ideologies.
White supremacy is a public safety emergency, a threat to American democracy and a global crisis. When white supremacists are encouraged by our own administration on the national debate stage, the security of the 2020 U.S. election is at stake as are the lives and safety of those routinely targeted by those groups. And the problematic impact of white supremacy in America exists both on the ground and online. Social media companies allow white supremacist groups to grow their membership. Algorithms and engagement metrics augment their voices. Troll storms torment their victims. Platforms are a mechanism for white supremacists to plan their attacks and even broadcast their violence.
We urge all our political leaders and all our fellow Americans to unequivocally and explicitly denounce white supremacy, white supremacist organizations, and the individuals and groups who adopt and act on white supremacist and right-wing extremist ideologies.
Jews as a people have a long history of being singled out, stigmatized, and blamed without basis during times of societal crisis. The Jewish community is not alone in experiencing these stigma. In times of great fear, uncertainty and unrest, the demonization of the other has had the capacity to encourage extreme violence fueled by bigotry, racism, hatred and antisemitism. Knowing the perilous reality of incitement compels us to call on all people and particularly all leaders to reject white supremacy and right-wing extremism.
Now is the time to condemn violence, not incite it. Now is the time to denounce white supremacy, not sustain it. Now is the time to encourage democracy, not jeopardize it.
As Breitbart News noted in a fact check on Wednesday, Trump said "sure" several times when asked by moderator Chris Wallace. whether he would denounce white supremacists and militia groups, and tell them to "stand down." Democratic candidate Joe Biden brought up the "Proud Boys," and Trump told them to "stand down and stand by."
On Wednesday, Trump further said that he did not know who the Proud Boys were, and clarified that he meant they should stand aside and allow law enforcement to do its job.
Trump has repeatedly denounced white supremacy before.
The ADL's petition says nothing about Antifa or about extremists in the Black Lives Matter movement, who have carried out vandalism against synagogues in Los Angeles, California and Kenosha, Wisconsin during protests against police brutality.
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt, who took over the organization in 2015, is a former Obama administration official.
The ADL refused to call our Democratic nominee Joe Biden by name for comparing Trump to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
As a 501(c)3 charity, the ADL is "absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office," according to the IRS.
Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News and the host of Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot on Sunday evenings from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET (4 p.m. to 7 p.m. PT). His newest e-book is The Trumpian Virtues: The Lessons and Legacy of Donald Trump's Presidency. His recent book, RED NOVEMBER, tells the story of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary from a conservative perspective. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.
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