The “anti-hate” movement in North America is led by Zionists. American Zionist front organizations like the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) are the top “anti-hate” groups. But their main enemy isn’t hatred – it’s people who don’t like Israel.
The SPLC maintains a “hatewatch” website, where it attacks publications not dominated or cowed by Zionists, such as VeteransToday.com. While some of the SPLC’s targets do espouse racism, others are listed as “hate groups” because they speak truths Zionists don’t want to hear.
The SPLC calls Imam Mohammad al-Asi a hate-monger. Why? Because al-Asi tells the truth about 9/11: “In response to a question just after he’d left the podium, al-Asi claimed that five Israeli citizens – suspected members of Mossad, the Israeli intelligence agency – were filming the World Trade Center as the attacks took place.”
What the SLPC won’t tell you is that Asi’s “claim” is true. The Mossad agents set up their cameras ahead of time, pointing them at the World Trade Center. As the Twin Towers exploded, the “dancing Israelis” wildly celebrated the 9/11 operation’s success. After being positively identified as Mossad agents and failing lie detector tests, the dancing Israelis were sent back to Israel by Attorney General Michael Mukasey, a US-Israeli dual citizen, where they bragged on TV of having been sent to New York to “document the event.”
What is so hateful about discussing the evidence that Israel did 9/11? Why is blaming Muslims okay? Why the double-standard? The short answer: Because the “anti-hate groups” are Zionist propaganda operations.
It isn’t as if there is any evidence against the alleged Muslim perpetrators of 9/11. The FBI states that Osama Bin Laden was “not wanted” for 9/11 because there is “no hard evidence” of his involvement. Likewise, there is not a shred of evidence – boarding passes, ticket stubs, security videos, or testimony from airline employees – that any of the 19 alleged hijackers ever boarded any of the four jetliners allegedly used in the attacks. And Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the supposed 9/11 “mastermind,” was brutally tortured into confessing to 9/11 as well as many other crimes he cannot possibly have committed.
But the so-called anti-hate groups don’t care about evidence. All they care about is protecting Zionism.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is even worse than the SPLC. The ADL has repeatedly slandered me as an “anti-Semitic 9/11 conspiracy theorist.” They have never presented any evidence of any alleged anti-Semitism. For the ADL, anyone who mentions the evidence implicating Israel in 9/11 is automatically labeled “anti-Semitic.”
If the Zionists are looking for hatred, they should just look in the mirror. Examples of Zionist hatred are legion.
At Claremont College of California, Professor Yaron Raviv recently called Palestinian students “cockroaches.” The term “cockroach” is commonly used by perpetrators of genocide against their victims; it means that the victimized groups are vermin to be exterminated. Yet the Claremont College administration refused to fire or discipline Professor Raviv.
Raviv isn’t the only Israeli filled with genocidal hatred. Almost all Zionist Israelis supported Operation Cast Lead in 2009. In the middle of Operation Cast Lead, the newspaper Ha’aretz reported: “Despite pictures from Gaza depicting massive destruction and a large number of wounded and killed, including women and children, 82 percent of the public believe that Israel has not ‘gone too far’ with the military force it is exercising against Hamas. This means that almost all Israel’s Jewish citizens warmly support the operation, its goals, firepower, and management.”
In other words, virtually all Zionist Israelis supported the stunningly brutal mass extermination of Palestinian women and children, the intentional targeting of schools and mosques and UN buildings, and the use of white phosphorous and worse against defenseless civilians. It seems that nearly the whole Zionist population of Israel is genocidal; they view their victims as “cockroaches” – just as Professor Raviv views his Palestinian students.
A recent example shows just how extreme Zionist hatred can be. After a tragedy in which 17 Palestinian pilgrims were killed in a bus crash, Israeli Facebook commenters rejoiced.
“I couldn’t ask for a better morning than this. Shame there isn’t another zero at the end [of the number of victims]” wrote Facebook user Kobi Yaacov Saroussi.
“Great! Let’s hope everyone on the bus was an Arab!” said Eitan Wolfer Eifergan.
“I’ve never tolerated Arabs…we should kill them all” wrote Kobi Noga.
Israeli soldier Shenhav Sharbit wrote: “May all Arabs die. I am a proud racist.”
Shenhav Sharbit is a member of Israel’s Golani Brigade – like another soldier named Mor Ostrovski, who recently posted on Instagram a photo of a Palestinian child’s head in the crosshairs of his rifle.
Unfortunately, Sharbit’s photo is not just a fantasy. The Israeli military routinely murders Palestinian children with sniper fire as the children play on sidewalks and schoolyards. Chris Hedges, one of America’s most respected journalists, wrote in Harper’s magazine (October 2001) that he had been in several war zones, but he had never seen soldiers luring children within range of their guns, then murdering them for sport, until he saw Israeli soldiers doing it in the Occupied Territories.
What Hedges witnessed was not anomalous, but part of a larger Israeli policy of slaughtering children. An article in the British Medical Journal (10/16/04) concluded: “Two thirds of the 621 children (two thirds under 15 years) killed at checkpoints, in the street, on the way to school, in their homes, died from small arms fire, directed in over half of cases to the head, neck and chest-the sniper’s wound. Clearly, soldiers are routinely authorized to shoot to kill children in situations of minimal or no threat.”
Shooting children for sport as national policy. Now THAT is hatred.
Many Zionists are so filled with hatred that they say – and write – unbelievably stupid things. Last year Andrew Adler, the Zionist editor of the Atlanta Jewish Times newspaper, actually published an editorial calling on the State of Israel to assassinate President Obama. Why? Because Obama was refusing Netanyahu’s orders to attack Iran for Israel.
That’s not just hatred. That’s out-of-control, over-the-top hatred. The loathing Zionists feel for Israel’s perceived enemies is truly mind-boggling.
Remember, this isn’t about just a few extremists. It’s about Zionism as a whole. As we saw, 82% of Israelis – virtually Israel’s entire Zionist population – supported Operation Cast Lead’s genocide against the Palestinians. Andrew Adler, Shenhav Sharbit, and all the rest of the haters are just like most other Zionists. The only difference is that they say what the others are thinking – and they got caught.
If the Zionists at the ADL and the SPLC really want to stop hatred, they should work to end Zionism.
In reality, the worst hate group on earth is Zionism itself.
About the Author
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror. Dr. Barrett has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications. Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin, where he ran for Congress in 2008. He is the co-founder of the Muslim-Christian-Jewish Alliance, and author of the books Truth Jihad: My Epic Struggle Against the 9/11 Big Lie (2007) and Questioning the War on Terror: A Primer for Obama Voters (2009). His website is www.truthjihad.com. More articles by Dr. Kevin Barrett
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