Tips on Beating Down the Conservative Menace
Those who speak out against the current state of Netanyahu's Israel show a lot of ingenuity in getting their message of "Israeli Apartheid" out. Since they are not officially part of Pride Week, they pay little to no fees to the Pride organizers. At the same time, they get a lot of media exposure.If I could give advice to the ardent supporters of Israel, I would tell them to lie low. Their current actions give the Palestinian supporters more exposure. Because of this verbal conflict, the Palestinian supporters get media exposure, and are able to express their opposition against the "Apartheid" state of Israel.
I agree with Skinny Dipper. Despite the talk about pro-Israel advocacy shutting down dissent, it's really the opposite, and silence is a better tactic. That's especially true when the "dissent" is on the fringe and the publicity makes it seem like it isn't.
One sign? That's it? Has any Jewish leader made a comment? Can't imagine so?I far prefer the fact that the gay and Jewish community seem to be at a spot where they recognize each other's painful past http://www.thestar.com/opinion/editorialopinion/article/1017972--jews-and-gays-taking-the-road-less-travelled
Nah, deboaned. From pics I've seen looks like a couple of dozen people with various signs and the same banner that was used by QuAIA.Still not a lot to get fussed over, IMHO. But certainly more than you could ask pride organizers to physically remove.
Here's the youtube clip:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7h0Ej3yaDs
Get used to it. Time is on the side of Israel and the Arab oil curse is very real.
Yo Meir: what is the health issue you keep bitching about? Is it a bum hip, as I keep hearing?
Health is great. Back to heavy work outs at the gym and matial aets.
How do you guys feel about the Nazi ideology of the Muslim Brotherhood.
I have no problem discussing these issues with you. But first things first. Remove your mask, show some honesty of who you are and then we can discuss.
I don't have to reveal my identity for you to respond to a simple question and my choice to remain anonymous should be irrelevant.Ms. Moore has decided to leave the EDL, followed soon after by Ms. Geller. I'm wondering what your position is. That's all.
Meir, I'm not anonymous. Assume the question came from me: will the JDL maintain its association with the EDL after this latest?
I'm more concerned with far left "activists" who seem to think Israel is to Gaza as white segregationists were to southern blacks, as if the latter had ever made common cause with the likes of the racists and neanderthals of Hamas or anything like it. Since those activists, unlike anyone in the JDL, are prominent among union leaders and academics, I'd say it's a far more noteworthy phenomenon than what goes on along the fringe.
I still did not get an honest answer. And remember, I have a very good history of hunting Nazis.
"I still did not get an honest answer."You did, but since you want bluntness, here ya go.Muslim Brotherhood = Misogynistic, undemocratic, religious extremists. In other words, bad guys whom I would want nothing to do with. Good enough, or is this too obtuse?"And remember, I have a very good history of hunting Nazis."Well that I have nothing to be concerned about then (and my group does a pretty good job of tracking down Nazis as well), though that does bring me back to the original question. Given recent events, are you sticking to your guns and supporting the EDL?
Okay, my honest answer is that I am checking out these allegations about the EDL.
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