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Feb 9, 2011
Kevin MacDonald, Long Beach State Hate Professor, Claims Jews are Blocking Interview He Did With The Daily Show From Airing
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ATHENS, Greece (JTA) -- Mikis Theodorakis, the Greek composer who wrote the music for the film "Zorba the Greek," said in a television interview that he is an "anti-Semite and anti-Zionist."
Theodorakis, 86, a hero in Greece, also said in the interview on Greece's High channel that "everything that happens today in the world has to do with the Zionists." He added that "American Jews are behind the world economic crisis that has hit Greece also."
The composer, a member of the Greek Communist Party for 60 years, once was a supporter of Israel but gradually became a major critic. He has gone from criticizing Israel to making anti-Semitic remarks and holding anti-Semitic positions.
In 2003, Theodorakis declared that "Jews are at the root of all evil." When the Greek Jewish community reacted strongly to his statement he apologized, but nothing really changed.
Oddly, during the television interview he said that "I'm an anti-Semite but I love Jews."
Theodorakis criticized Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou for meeting with his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, who the composer says is a persona non-grata in Greece due to his "war crimes in Lebanon and Gaza."
In the interview, Theodorakis had a warning for the Greek people.
"We are in danger. In a few days the Zionists will gather in Greece for a conference," he said, referring to the visit by the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, which began Tuesday.
I suggest in this article that America's old nemesis in the region and the world, Russia, will be the immediate beneficiary, will be inheritor of the region. Other repercussions will follow. For those you will have to read the article.
By David Turner on 9 February, 2011
The Middle East after
"There is always the possibility that the
President Obama exuded confidence when he had his press secretary suggest that President Mubarak leave "immediately, and that means yesterday!" He was confident when he decided that democratic elections whose outcome would be fair and achieve stability was possible "even before" the constitutional date for elections in September. And he is confident in suggesting the possible inclusion of the Muslim Brotherhood in a democratic government, even though anti-American, anti-Israel, because it has relatively little support at the polls. Very likely Jimmy Carter was equally confident in 1979 in his support of the student protesters in the streets of Teheran. That president also turned his back on its hapless ally of that day, the shah. Carter was likely also confident that the Islamists could be included in a democratic government because, as in 2011, they were believed too electorally weak in 1979 to affect events on the ground.
George W. Bush was always confident, as when he chose to replace Sadam's tyranny with a democracy to be the model for the region. Today his Shiite-controlled democracy is increasingly under the sway of its Shiite neighbor to the east,
Even following that debacle Bush set out three years later to introduce democracy in
And today President Obama confidently welcomes the prospect of a democratic
American crisis management over the past weeks of Egyptian protests raises questions not only regarding judgment by the present administration, but of American policy in the
1978-9, Iran: Within months of the revolution the "democratic aspirations" of the students were replaced by a theocratic counter revolution by Islamists previously considered by American policy makers to be friendly towards the United States, and electorally marginal. And those students who overthrew
2003, Iraq: President Bush ignored the warnings of the CIA and Israeli and Saudi intelligence that attacking Iraq would create a military vacuum that would leave the Arab world at risk from Iran. But, according to the president, "[i]t is the policy of the United States to seek and support the growth of democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture, with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny in our world." Bush chose to set
2008, Palestine: Once again Bush chose to ignore the warnings of leaders on the ground and insisted on full and fair elections, including Muslim Brotherhood offshoot Hamas. "After failing to anticipate Hamas's victory over Fatah… the White House… backed an armed force under Fatah strongman Muhammad Dahlan… leaving Hamas stronger than ever."
2008, Washington, DC: Several days into the protests working themselves out on the streets of Cairo today, the London Daily Telegraph disclosed that in 2008 the Bush Administration recruited an Egyptian student leader with the intention of deposing President Mubarak (see State Department memo). With or without awareness of the Bush Administration's provocateur-in-place, three years later the Obama White House sought the same outcome.
So there is a clear American policy stream at work today on the streets of
If 1979 did not represent the beginning of the end for
In mid-20th century the
There are indications that Israeli leaders are coming to terms with the problem.
To the south of
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ULTRA-ORTHODOX DEFEND RIGHT TO KILL GENTILES
By Rev. Ted Pike
9 Feb 11
In the past two weeks, two more Palestinians have been murdered by Ultra-Orthodox settlers. (See Haaretz articles: "Palestinians: Rock-throwing teen shot dead by West Bank settlers" and "Palestinian killed after settlers open fire in West Bank village") Now "a senior figure in religious Zionism," Rabbi Dov Lior, chief rabbi of Arba, is being sought by police for questioning. Dov Lior publicly agrees with the controversial book The King's Torah, that Jews have the right to kill Gentiles.
The rabbi refuses to report to police headquarters, saying he "will not take part in the dishonoring of the Torah." Two thousand of his supporters gathered around his home Tuesday, barring police from serving the warrant. Haaretz reports that Knesset member Michael Ben-Ari also supports the rabbi and calls the warrant a travesty. "This is a regime of fear…The issuance of an arrest warrant against a great Torah figure of such magnitude, when all this is about is the backing he gave to a book, is a crossing of a red line, McCarthyism…" he said.
Actually, this is just mild unpleasantness between the Israeli government and Ultra-Orthodox Jews who interpret the Talmud and Zohar (Kabala) literally—as the Pharisees who wrote these books intended. The government also venerates the Talmud. But it must appear to protect the rights of Palestinians and Arabs in the Occupied Territories. That isn't made easier by the facts that Israel's chief rabbinate is now largely controlled by Ultra-Orthodox or that Orthodoxy is the official religion of Israel.
How intent is the government on prosecution of Lior? As could be expected, the case againstRabbi (and former MK) Yaakov Yosef, who coauthored The King's Torah and was arrested in January 2010, was thrown out because of "incorrect procedures" by the police.
For much more background on this developing conflict, read my article, "The Complete Guide for Killing Gentiles."
Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watchdog organization.
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