NEW YORK (JTA) — A group of 10 rabbis has traveled to Texas to examine detention facilities for separated families on the U.S.-Mexico border.
The group, which is aiming to visit the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Centralized Processing Center on Thursday, includes rabbis from all four major Jewish religious movements and is part of a larger delegation of 40 interdenominational clergy.
The group also includes Catholic, Protestant and Muslim leaders. Among them was the Rev. Al Sharpton, onetime provocative civil rights activist.
The clergy are at the border to protest the policy of separating families that crossed into the United States illegally. More than 2,000 children have been separated from their parents since the policy was instituted in early May.
Following widespread outcry, including from a broad range of Jewish groups, President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Wednesday stating that families who cross the border illegally will be detained together.
Rabbi Jill Jacobs, executive director of the liberal rabbinic human rights group T’ruah, is on the delegation and said Trump’s executive order Wednesday was “chutzpahdik” — a Yiddish word that means galling.
“We want to see the conditions there, come back, report to our communities and mobilize our religious communities to stop these policies separating children and families,” Jacobs told JTA. “At most, the executive order means that children will be imprisoned with their parents, which is inhumane and a violation of international law.”
Also on the trip was Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner of the Religious Action Center, the Reform movement’s legislative arm, who called family separation a “moral travesty.”
~ Is it time yet folks? How long are we going to take this?
The bottom line every white person needs to know is “The Jew is the enemy of mankind and that means their women too” especially their women. You can believe the treasonous media or you can seek the truth and you will find that our media has indeed been made into twice the children of the devil. Nazi this Naazi that, every time you hear that word Nazi you need to add another round to the chamber.
The narrator obviously doesn’t know the difference between a Hebrew and a Jew. I was going to do another thread called “Moabite Dick” but I think that would have been a bit too sleazy, however if you get in a debate with a Jew and tell him he is a mongrel and therefore cannot enter the congregation of YHWH he will become upset and then will claim Jesus was a mongrel because Ruth was a Moabite which most of us here know this was not being used as a biological term, but a geographical term. Obviously Israelites were not Canaanites because they lived in the land of Canaan. But this is where the Jew rubber hits the mongrel road!
You see Jews want us to believe that anyone can be a Jew if they come from the biological Moabite Jew sperm and this is Gods way. They will tell you that Jesus was a mongrel, David was a mongrel, Solomon was a mongrel and Mary was a mongrel, but Deuteronomy says no mongrel shall enter Gods congregation. So you see the Jew does not defend that it is a pure race, they know they aren’t, however it isn’t because of Ruth because if God said no bastard shall enter the congregation he would certainly know who the bastards are and were. God does not change!
Every white man and woman should know that the Bible is about white men and white women, a man took his brother’s wife if he died to keep the race going and pure. This had nothing to do with Jews because they could mix with anyone and remain impure. So our churches are teaching that a Jewish man has magic sperm that create all things Jewish when the Bible says absolutely nothing like this. Every one of the women of the Bible were white women with the exception of Esther, but the odd fact about Esther is she was depicted of the tribe of Benjamin and not Judah which Jews have renamed “the Jewish people” because they obviously don’t want to discuss Israelite people.
Folks you can see the Jew lies every which way you turn and the bottom line is they have a death wish for us and our women…..and our God. Know this all day long and seek the truth! These Jews did not go to the Frankfurt school to learn how to shaft us, they have been doing it from the beginning of time on planet earth.
Illustrative: US President Donald Trump signs a Presidential Memorandum on the Iran nuclear deal from the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House, on May 8, 2018. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
US President Donald Trump has reportedly signed a secret letter pledging not to strong-arm the Jewish state into relinquishing its nuclear weapons.
The US president’s backing came after Israel’s ambassador to the United States reportedly pressured the administration last year, raising the ire of American officials.
The rare moment of tension between the Israeli government and Trump White House in February 2017 came a month after Trump entered office and was said to devolve into yelling and profanity, according to a report by The New Yorker on Monday.
“This is our fuckin’ house,” an unnamed US official was quoted saying in response to Ron Dermer’s demands.
According to the report, Israel was looking for the fledgling Trump administration to sign off on an understanding first reached between prime minister Golda Meir and US president Richard Nixon, whereby Israel would neither declare, test or threaten to use nuclear weapons in exchange for the US not pushing Israel to join the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) with Israel’s Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer, at the president’s guest house, in Washington, DC, February 14, 2017. (Avi Ohayon/GPO)
Although the oral agreement continued to be honored through the Reagan administration, Israel grew concerned over whether the unwritten deal would hold during the presidency of George H.W. Bush, after calls by the US leadership for the Middle East to be free of weapons of mass destruction in the wake of the 1991 Gulf War.
Following Bill Clinton’s election as president, the US signed the first such letter in exchange for Israel’s participation in the 1998 Wye River peace talks with the Palestinians, with Clinton pledging any US-led nonproliferation efforts would not “detract” from Israel’s “deterrent,” a reference to Israel’s nuclear program, the New Yorker reported.
While foreign sources have estimated Israel has an arsenal of dozens to hundreds of nuclear weapons, Israel has neither publicly confirmed or denied such reports in keeping with its policy of so-called nuclear ambiguity.
The report said Israel later added to the covert document a clause saying that the Jewish state would “defend itself, by itself,” meaning it did not require the US nuclear umbrella in light of its own arsenal.
This photo taken on September 8, 2002, shows a partial view of the Dimona nuclear power plant in the southern Israeli Negev desert. (AFP/Thomas Coex)
Similar letters were later signed by US presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, the report said, despite the latter initially sparking concern in Israel after voicing support for a nuclear weapons-free world.
Shortly after US President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Israel’s Ambassador to the US Dermer came to the White House to discuss adding Trump’s signature to the letter in talks with former national security adviser Michael Flynn, the report said. Unbeknownst to Dermer, Flynn would resign later that day for lying to Vice President Mike Pence over his contacts with the Russian ambassador.
Trump aides were caught off guard by Dermer’s request and told him they needed some time to study the issue, suggesting it was unclear whether Obama administration officials talked about the Israeli letter with their successors.
Furthermore, Israel’s desire to minimize the number of officials who took part in conversations about the letter rankled US officials, who felt Dermer was behaving as if he was in charge, according to the report.
“This is our fuckin’ house,” a US official was quoted as telling Dermer.
The feeling in the White House, added a former aide, was that “there is a lot of good will, but don’t take advantage of us.”
Despite the initial tensions, Trump would go on to sign the letter, the report said.
Although Israel saw the letters as guaranteeing the US would not pressure Israel on its nuclear arms, US officials said the document was not unequivocal in its language.
“It was not a blanket ‘We’ll never ask Israel to give up its nuclear weapons.’ It was more, ‘We accepted the Israeli argument that they’re not going to disarm under current conditions in the Middle East,” the New Yorker quoted a former US official as saying.
~ I wonder what other dirty deals our elected presidents are doing without our knowledge. Hey if we don’t know it it doesn’t hurt us, right?
Israel gets a dveal, everyone else “no dveal”!
“Hey I’ll make ya a deal, you let us keep our nukes and we’ll ehhhh promise never to use them” elbow in the side ehh? ehh?” “Of course if you don’t like the dveal we might just let one go off and we’d hate to see that happen.”
Or scenario two, Trump is working for the Jews and America is #2 not #1 like he has the lemmings believe. Jews not only get special dveals they get unwritten special dveals.
Is it intermission yet? Our leaders are Sci Fi characters and our media is the most treacherous entity that ever lived.
TEANECK, N.J. (The Jewish Standard via JTA) — A sociology professor at William Paterson University of New Jersey in Wayne has been recorded on video espousing a series of anti-Semitic beliefs about Jews. They include the ideas that Ashkenazi Jews are not genetically related to the ancient Israelites; that 175,000 German Jews found safe harbor in the German army during the Holocaust; and that Judaism has degenerated from a universal religion, with roots in ancient Egypt, to a racist religion.
Benny Koval, 18, of Fair Lawn, recorded the videos. Koval, a freshman, was enrolled in Clyde Magarelli’s course, Sociology 1020, “Social Problems.”
It is not the first time Magarelli has stirred controversy in the classroom.
Last year, another student complained to the department head and filed a formal complaint with the school.
And in 1994, Magarelli was rebuked by his department after handing students a document that downplayed the number of deaths in Nazi concentration camps. According to the Feb. 7, 1994 issue of the Beacon, the school’s newspaper, Magarelli’s handout said: “In relationship to the media theme of six million concentration camp deaths … a figure of between 700,000 and 800,000 appears more realistic.”
The exposure of Magarelli’s comments in the classroom comes as Jewish groups have criticized Rutgers University — like William Paterson a New Jersey state university — for continuing to employ two professors who made anti-Semitic and anti-Israel remarks, as well as social media postings outside the classroom.
Just two week ago, staff from the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, accompanied by New Jersey Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg of Teaneck, met with Rutgers President Robert Barchi to express their concerns.
At William Paterson, Koval complained to Jacob Felson, the chair of the sociology department, who urged her to file an official complaint. But after learning that a complaint filed last year had no effect, Koval decided to wait until the course was over before expressing her concerns and posting videos publicly on Twitter over the weekend.
According to Koval, and as verified by the videos she recorded, Magarelli’s traffic in alternative facts is not limited to discussions of Jews. Magarelli tells his students that the moon landings were faked, and that human space travel beyond the Van Allen radiation belts is impossible. (In the real world, this fear was debunked when the radiation was first directly measured in the 1960s, living on mostly as a key plot point in the Fantastic Four comic books.)
~Jews will make truths into land mines!
Magarelli’s unorthodox beliefs extend to his politics. According to campaign donation records at opensecrets.org, Magarelli has been donating to the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee since at least 2010. In 1979, Lyndon LaRouche lost a $26 million libel suit against the Anti-Defamation League, which had declared LaRouche “anti-Semitic.” The New York state Supreme Court ruled that it was reasonable to apply that label.
LaRouche, who ran for president several times, has long trafficked in conspiracy theories, some centering on the queen of England. Many of those theories have anti-Semitic overtones.
None of the videos of Magarelli that Koval recorded include full-fledged Holocaust denial. But the snippets, which she recorded because they seemed bizarre, reflect the beliefs of Holocaust deniers.
In one video, Magarelli explains that German Jews found safety in the German army during the Holocaust.
“One hundred and seventy five thousand German Jews served in the German army — this is not the SS — the Germany army — in World War II and occupied positions from private up to field marshal, the highest ranks. Now the leader of that himself was a Jew,” he said.
Magarelli, who has a doctorate from SUNY Binghamton, did not respond to requests for comment.
Michael Berenbaum, a professor of the Holocaust at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles, rebutted Magarelli’s assertion.
“There were 525,000 Jews in Germany in 1933,” Berenbaum, who played a key role in the creation of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, wrote in an email. “Most emigrated between 1933-1941 when emigration of Jews was shut down. 183,000 German Jews are known to have been murdered.
“What he may be saying is that there were some mischlinge (mongrels, partial Jews) who served in the German army. There were hundreds, not 175,000,” he said. “My student and friend Bryan Rigg can probably name them. He wrote an important book with an unfortunate title ‘Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers’ detailing the mischlinge who served in then Wehrmacht. But the number is 1 percent at best of what the professor quotes.”
Magarelli “knows not of what he speaks,” Berenbaum said. “He should know better.”
In another video, Magarelli asserts that Ashkenazi Jews “have no biological links to the original Judaism. They claim to have it, though there’s no link at all. DNA follows that.”
In fact, however, as Science magazine wrote in 2012, “three of the major Jewish groups — the Middle Eastern, Sephardic, and Ashkenazi Jews — share a genetic connection going back more than 2,000 years, and are more closely related to each other than to nearby non-Jewish groups.”
Felson, the department chair, said he is glad that Koval is speaking out.
“That’s important,” he said. “I encourage students to speak up when they have a problem in the classroom. There are not enough students speaking up. On some campuses there would have been a lot more discussion and debate about something like this much earlier.”
Magarelli has been teaching at William Paterson for more than 50 years, Felson said.
“He was probably tenured when I was in elementary school,” he said.
“Unfortunately, particularly post tenure, the only kind of thing that can be done is when there are multiple complaints from students. It’s unfortunate that, partly out of apathy or just ignorance, not many students have complained. Professors are given a wide latitude in what they teach in their classes. If they have some wild and erroneous things thrown in, it’s very difficult for the department chair to do much about it.”
The student who filed a complaint last year declined to speak to the Standard, citing a confidentiality agreement she signed with the university. She also declined to use her name.
Talia Mizikovsky, the director of Hillel of Northern New Jersey, said that she had encouraged the student to file a complaint, and followed up with a meeting with the university administration to express her concerns over “the anti-Semitic and racist comments” in the student’s account of Magarelli’s classroom.
Eventually the student received a response from the dean who had investigated the issue.
“I found that Professor Magarelli’s statements would likely be protected under the First Amendment and viewed as generating a healthy classroom discussion/debate,” the response said. “I did, however, find that Professor Magarelli (and consequently his students), would benefit from a discussion to determine whether he was improperly veering off the topic[s] of his Criminal Investigations syllabus/outline. I was advised that a discussion was had between Professor Magarelli and the Sociology Department Chair. He was generally notified (no student name was mentioned) about complaints regarding some of his statements made during class. The Department Chair also counseled Professor Magarelli about the dangers of veering off the topic/subject matter while teaching his courses.”
The dean concluded that “if Professor Magarelli (or any other professor for that matter) engages in behavior or makes statements that are deemed discriminatory in nature (as opposed to protected under academic freedom), the University will (and has as recently as this school year) act accordingly to take action against that professor.”
A call to the dean of the college of humanities and social sciences was returned by the William Paterson press office.
“We are aware of the student’s social media posts and have reached out to encourage her to use official university channels to voice her complaint,” Mary Beth Zeman, the university director of public relations, wrote in an email. “The university policy is to investigate individually each student’s complaint and then determine what action may be warranted.
“Sometimes disciplinary action is taken against a professor. When that occurs, it is a private matter between the university and an individual faculty member.”
Ari Cohn, who works at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education and regularly defends college faculty members’ First Amendment rights, said the William Paterson faculty would have ample grounds to sanction Magarelli for trafficking in disproven conspiracy theories.
“Professors do not lose the right to participate in public conversation simply by virtue of their government employment,” Cohn said. “The First Amendment generally forbids retaliating against that.” But “classroom speech is a different situation.”
Magarelli’s remarks, Cohn said, raise two problems: bias and competency.
“One issue that comes up is when someone says something unpopular,” Cohn said. “The question then is, can the teacher who said X fairly treat students of category Y. It’s often brought up when a faculty member says something and people just imply that he will treat someone from that group unfairly.
“If a faculty member opposes same-sex marriage, is it automatically true that he can’t treat gay students fairly? Universities must be circumspect in imputing discrimination based on views. In the absence of complaints, we have to be skeptical about accepting that logic.”
On the other hand, he said, “If he’s not teaching the material they’re supposed to be teaching, the university certainly has the right to step in. If what he was saying was germane to course content, you get into the question of competency. If a history professor were teaching that the South won the Civil War, there’s a competency issue.”
That said, “It’s imperative those decisions be left to the faculty,” Cohn said. “It’s reasonable for a faculty member to be concerned and want to figure out what’s going on. When faculty members see their colleagues are unfit, they tend to take action.”
Perhaps. Student comments describing Magarelli as a “paranoid conspiracy theorist” who talks about 9/11 being “an inside job” are found on RateMyProfessors.com as long ago as May 2004. A more recent review warned, “This man will not teach you anything but conspiracies without any backup evidence to support what he says!”
Benny Koval, however, did not think to check out Magarelli before enrolling in his class.
“I looked on RateMyProfessor after I had already chosen the course,” she said. “Which was a mistake.”
~ How are we ever going to shed light on what a Jew really is when our own self proclaimed white leaders think Jews are a race? It isn’t even all Jews who claim it is a race it is only some Jews who will claim this especially when discussing mass murdering Jews. For instance Wikipedia will claim that Yagoda, the biggest mass murderer of all time “was born into a Jewish family” in other words it wasnt his fault he was born into a Jewish thinking family. Jews are hypocrites and claim they are a race when it benefits them and claim they are a religion when it benefits them, they don’t care about truth one iota. However David Duke and his imbecile followers all believe Jews are a race and the race of Israel all the way back to Judah through David (they dont care what Jew even means only what the Jews say it means). How can people be that stupid? How can they be that stupid and also keep the phone lines cut off at the same time? What do they fear? They work for the Jews is the only explanation.
Why cant we have a wide open debate on what a Jew is? What is its origins? What are our origins and how do we differ? How come two whites can never produce a Jew, but a Jew and a white can only produce a Jew? It takes two whites to make a white, but only one Jew to make a Jew, how can we call this a RACE for Gods sake let’s get rid of these imbecile David Duke clowns. Duke said today that the Cohens are racially pure Jews, please think about that folks real hard. The Cohanim were supposed to BE LEVITES, we need to shut this clown up once and for all he is poison to the white movement. He doesn’t know the Bible therefore he is clueless in History. Some Jew gave him a diploma and now he does the Jews dirty work for them. Andy Hitchcock, whom none of us know follows this BS and claims to be a Christian Identist.
Why do we let this guy blaspheme our Bible? This coward wont go anywhere near open phones because he is a damned liar. And I will tell him to his face. Duke says Khazars AND Shefardics (he cant even say the word correctly) are Judah because you see Jews have the DNA. What DNA folks? Where is the DNA? Up his lying arse that’s where!
To get the sheep into the slaughterhouses they use “leader sheep” or shill sheep. This works with the White movement too. How else would White people still be so ignorant as to what is going on around them? The leaders and media tell you everything is alright or sometimes they tell you some things are partially alright, but the truth is we live in a more and more evident slaughterhouse by the Jews and our leaders are telling us to stay calm and run for congress. It’s too late folks! It’s time to stampede together.