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Thursday, 25 August 2016

Syria a graveyard for foreign terrorists, we owe Assad a huge debt of gratitude

More than 360,000 Foreign Fighters have fought the Syrian Army”
More than 360,000 Foreign Fighters have fought the Syrian Army” Firil Center For Studies FCFS, Berlin, Germany

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More than 360,000 Foreign Fighters have fought the Syrian Army” Firil Center For Studies FCFS, Berlin, Germany

 360,000 Foreign Fighters have fought the Syrian Army
Berlin 19/02/2016
Firil Center For Studies FCFS, Berlin, Germany
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 A statistics-based study that covers what has happened in Syria between April 10, 2011 and 31 January 2016. The study focuses on the Syrian opposition, in general, and the number of the foreign fighters, in particular. Some of the numbers mentioned here are approximate due to the disappearance of the bodies. The study literature builds onwhat has been published by websites, media and internet pages, both inside Syria and outside it. It also depends on other 51 sources, some of which are listed at the end of the research.
Key Findings:
  1. The number of foreign fighters who have fought the Syrian army between April 2011 and the end of 2015 is 360.000. The number does not indicate a totality of all the fighters who fought together rather it refers to the total number in the time span of the study. The figure includes men and women, all those who participated in the fighting directly, by taking up guns, or indirectly, by providing military and logistic support, in addition to doctors, nurses, marriage  jihad women, drivers who took up arms, and the people involved in digging tunnels or building soil mounds. It is found that 95.000 were killed, and that 120.000 have departed, either temporary or permanently, to their home or other countries, and 24.000 were missing. The missing person, by definition, is the one who has not shown for more than 6 months.
  1. The number of the foreign fighters who are fighting the Syrian army is estimated to be 90.000 in Syria, most of them fight within the ranks of ISIS and al Nusra Front, compared to those fighting with other factions.
  1. More than 3000 children under 18, of those who took up arms and fought mostly with ISIS and al Nusra, are killed.
  1. 23000 of suicide bombers are killed, most of whom are affiliated with ISIS and Al Nusra.
  1. The largest numbers of the armed opposition, including the foreign fighters, died in Syria were killed by the Syrian army, with the Lebanese Resistance (Hezbollah) coming in the second rank  after the Syrian Army with regards to the reason behind their deaths.  In addition, the conflicts amongst those factions as well as the Russian strikes have   increased this death toll. By contrast, the US-led coalition killed only 2500 fighters of ISIS despite what the commanding general of U.S. Central Command Lioyd Austin has said to CNN of killing 27000 ISIS fighters, as a result of the coalition strikes.
  1. The number of fighters who hold the Syrian citizenship, of those who have fought the Syrian army, including clandestine inactive cells, is 600.000 as of March 2015. This number decreased largely starting from the end of spring 2015 as a result of the following factors:
  • The defeats suffered by various armed factions in the provinces of Homs, Daraa, Latakia, Aleppo, Damascus and Hasaka, in addition to Russian airstrikes, have caused together the fleeing of tens of thousands of fighters to Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Egypt, or to Europe where they have got residencies through asylum.
  • The reconciliations made by the Syrian government with the militants in a number of cities and neighborhoods. The militants, as a result of that, abandoned their weapons or were moved into other areas.
  • Tens of thousands of militants who hold the Syrian citizenship were killed in the five years of fighting. Clandestine inactive cells still exist in all cities, including those cities under the control of the Syrian army.
  1. The highest number of foreign fighters was in September 2015, reaching 150.000; the figure has decreased after the Russian intervention and the intensive airstrikes.
  1. The largest rally of foreign fighters in history happened in Syria; the fighters came from 93 nationalities and from all continents, including Oceania. The militants also came from all Arab countries without exception.
  1. The number of fighters who hold European and American citizenships is 21,500, and 8,500 of whom returned to their countries.
  1. Turkey occupies the first rank regarding the overall number of fighters; this includes members of the Turkish army, the intelligence, the Organization of the Gray Wolves, and Turkmens Turks.
  1. Saudi Arabia still occupies the first rank in the number of fighters killed, with 24,500 Saudi identified as participating, 5990 of whom were killed.
  1. Tunisia is still the first with regard to the number of women, with 180 Tunisia women and female teenagers identified as participating in the fighting, 45 of whom were killed.
  1. The participation of foreign women in fighting is very limited and was restricted to their role in sex and amusement for the fighters.
  1. The year 2015 witnessed a significant rise in the number of Islamic fighters from central Asian states (Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Turkistan) including China’s Xinjiang province, as a result of the Turkish and Saudi activities in these countries and the calls for Jihad which have been active there by Turkish and Saudi intelligence.
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  1. About $ 45 billion were paid to fund military actions against the Syrian army; these billions covered monthly salaries, weapons, ammunition, vehicles, SUVs, flight tickets, accommodation in transit countries, forged passports and treatment in hospitals. The price of weapons was six times the real price, while the price of a forged passport reached to 12 thousand dollars. Syrian armed opposition leaders, both Syrians and foreigners, fled with $ 3.7 billion to other countries like Turkey, Germany, Jordan and Egypt. The first murder by a leader of an armed group was upon the payment of salaries of armed men in Daraa.
  • There is a great exaggeration about ISIS financial revenues from oil trade and the sale of looted relics; this is meant to cover up the real supplier of funds from donors from the Arab Gulf states and governments there.
  • The Gulf States come first in funding Syrian and foreign fighters in Syria, with Saudi Arabia occupying the first rank by 18 billion while Qatar coming in the second rank with 17 billion dollars. Funding has been under the supervision of intelligence from all Gulf countries, except for Oman as there is no evidence on the involvement of any of its officials, whereas, officials from Kuwait have participated in fighting.
  • Unprecedented activity in Europe by the Turkish organization the Grey Wolves, especially in Germany, attempting to recruit fighters to fight the Syrian army. This organization has an effective role in the fighting in Syria and particularly in the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo.
  • All factions and armed opposition groups fighting the Syrian Army adopt Sunni Islamist and sectarian slogans with similar goals: establishing an Islamic religious state based on Sunni Islamic Sharia (law), as its constitution.
  • Chechen fighters are the most trained amongst the foreign fighters.
  • Syrian fighters in the countryside of Aleppo are the first in fleeing the fighting, with the fighters from Lebanon coming next.
  • ISIS fighters are the steadiest because of the punishments imposed on the escapees.
  • Saudis fighters are the least trained, experienced and the most frightened fighters.
  • Both the Turkish intelligence and the Turkish army have lost more than 350 soldiers, officers and pilots. Their deaths are attributed, in the Turkish media, for the following reasons: car accidents, PKK attacks in southeast Turkey, food poisoning, cold and snow. It was found that three officers from Saudi Arabia and a Qatari officer along with two officers from the French intelligence were killed after the Russian warplanes have bombed  one of the   armed opposition sites in the countryside of Aleppo. 
  • Drug trade is active in Syria across Turkey, Lebanon and Iraq, making Syria amongst the first ten countries in the world in consuming drugs. The fighters of the Syrian opposition, Syrian and foreigners, take cheap drugs like: Tramadol, Fenetyllin or Cannabis.
  • The Turkish hospitals come first in the world in human organs trafficking; this trade has spread within the ranks of the Syrian and foreign fighters. The disappearance of hundreds of dead bodies, hostages and refugees who drowned in the Aegean Sea is attributed to the removal of their organs. The bodies were burnt and buried in unknown locations, or thrown into wells and deep ground wholes.
  • The first military action carried out by the Syrian opposition against the Syrian Arab Army, with the participation of foreign fighters, was on 04/10/2011. It took place in the highway of the coastal city of Banias and the foreign fighter was from Akkar in Northern Lebanon.
Dr. Jameel M. Shaheen, Berlin 19/02/2016 Firil Center for Studies FCFS, Berlin, Germany
A table of the countries from which the fighters come, their numbers, the death toll and the number of the missing, according to the death toll
Firil Center for Studies FCFS, Berlin, Germany
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TERRORISTS FIND HELL ON EARTH IN WESTERN ALEPPO; DAARAYYAA CHAPTER COMING TO A CLOSE

“Exclusive to SyrPer” by Canthama
Aleppo: Yesterday, August 23rd, was a very bad day for the terrorists in western Aleppo where,arguably, they suffered one of their toughest defeats in the 5-week battle, both strategically and from the standpoint of fatalities.
Strategically: the terrorists failed to regain lost ground in the Artillery Academy and Air Force Technology College and in the very important hill of ‘Umm al-Qar’.  This hill provides fire control over the Khaan Toomaan-Al-Raamoosa Road so vital for the terrorists to get in and out of Aleppo. For the past 4 days, the Syrian Government forces and allies have managed to hold the ground after consecutive waves of attacks. The combined efforts of Special Forces (Tiger Force and Hezbollah) and outstanding communication with SAAF and RuAF for CAS has proven to be devastating for the terrorists.
Terrorists’ losses: the day was ending when the Syrian forces counted the terrorists’ losses at 200+ KIA with many more wounded, 3 tanks and 1 BMP captured, literally left by the terrorists who desperately fled the onslaught.  2 BMPs and 1 VBIED were destroyed.

Picture by @NatDefFor
Besides, the Western-backed terrorist coalition is collapsing in Western Aleppo. Defections from the 20+ terrorist groups, that made up the core of the battle 5-weeks ago, are mounting. Harsh measures such as executions are on-going in order to hold the remaining rodents together.  It seems that money and lavish promises of an eternity with 72 angels is not enough to keep the rats inside the Aleppo pocket anymore, and, on top of that, many terrorists are joining the advance toward Jaraabulus.  The situation is rapidly deteriorating and a final showdown is getting closer.
The impressive videos below show how the supposedly open corridor has served the purpose so far for the terrorists as a killing ground and shooting gallery for the Syrian Army waiting behind unbreached fortifications.

Videos by @C_Military1
Damascus: The battle for Daarayyaa is rapidly evolving. The besieged terrorists remaining inside this very large city are losing ground at a fast pace. The latest advance by the 4th Mechanized Armored Division aims to cut the terrorists in two which would speed up their defeat. The Syrian Government forces have finally reached the railroad and are right now fighting their way to link up with the army coming from the northern part of the city.
Map credited to @hamza_780
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“The Awful Clarity” of Israeli Oppression Becomes Murky Spin in the NYT

Posted on August 22, 2016
When writer Michael Chabon visited the West Bank city of Hebron earlier this year, the brutal reality of the Israeli occupation hit him with force. During an interview with the Forward, he appeared “visibly jarred,” and he pulled no punches in describing his reaction.
“Once you see for yourself,” he said, “it is pretty obvious, I think, to any human being with a heart and a mind, it is pretty clear what to feel about it. It is the most grievous injustice I have ever seen in my life.”
His reaction echoes in the words of another author, Ben Ehrenreich, who recently published a book about the occupation,
“The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine.”
In his introduction Ehrenreich refers to “the awful clarity of the injustice,” and his book portrays Palestinian resistance under Israel’s state-sponsored system of oppression.
Both these American writers are saying that…

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“The Awful Clarity” of Israeli Oppression Becomes Murky Spin in the NYT

Posted on August 22, 2016
When writer Michael Chabon visited the West Bank city of Hebron earlier this year, the brutal reality of the Israeli occupation hit him with force. During an interview with the Forward, he appeared “visibly jarred,” and he pulled no punches in describing his reaction.
“Once you see for yourself,” he said, “it is pretty obvious, I think, to any human being with a heart and a mind, it is pretty clear what to feel about it. It is the most grievous injustice I have ever seen in my life.”
His reaction echoes in the words of another author, Ben Ehrenreich, who recently published a book about the occupation,
“The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine.”
In his introduction Ehrenreich refers to “the awful clarity of the injustice,” and his book portrays Palestinian resistance under Israel’s state-sponsored system of oppression.
Both these American writers are saying that…

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#Assange Pledges to Release New #Clinton Documents before #US Election



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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange pledged to release new “significant”documents from US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign before the election is held in November.
“We are working around the clock, we have received quite a lot of material,” Assange told the Fox News broadcaster.
When asked whether the US electorate will see the new leaked documents before the election is held, Assange said “Yes, absolutely.”
In July, the whistleblower website published nearly 20,000 of hacked emails that apparently showed Democratic National Committee [DNC] members discussing ways to undercut Bernie Sanders in the race for the ruling party’s nomination.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

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Iraq Parliament Impeaches Defense Minister as Mosul battle looms

Iraq Parliament Impeaches Defense Minister

Iraqi Parliament

Iraqi lawmakers on Thursday voted to impeach Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi over corruption allegations, MPs said.
Two members of parliament told AFP that lawmakers voted to withdraw their confidence from Obeidi by 142 votes to 102 in a secret ballot, while 18 abstained.
Source: AFP
25-08-2016 – 17:53 Last updated 25-08-2016 – 17:53


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Such a Long Silence on Yemen

Early this August, the Pentagon announced plans to sell weapons worth $1.15 billion to Saudi Arabia. The news itself was not surprising as the Arab kingdom is one of America’s biggest arms buyers, but the timing of the announcement was rather conspicuous.
yemen war
The Saudis had resumed heavy bombardment of Yemen after a lull as part of the peace process. By deciding to send in more tanks and armaments to Saudi Arabia at a time when the kingdom faces severe international criticism for rights violations in Yemen, including the killing of children, the US was unmistakably sending a message that it’s with Riyadh in this war.

Descent into chaos
Saudi Arabia went to war in Yemen in March 2015 only after getting permission from the US Adel al-Jubeir, the then Saudi Ambassador in Washington, went to the White House in March 2015 to discuss the war plan with the administration officials. Houthis had already taken over Yemen’s capital, Sana’a, and toppled the government of Mansour Hadi. Mr. Jubeir, now the kingdom’s Foreign Minister, argued that Iran had moved to Saudi Arabia’s backyard through its proxy Houthis and a military intervention was inevitable. Within days, Saudi bombers started pounding “rebel” locations in Yemen.
But after 16 months of air strikes that have killed thousands of civilians and displaced millions, the Saudis haven’t managed to meet any of their strategic goals.
Regionally, with or without the Houthis, Iran remains a powerful force. The Saudi bombing may have weakened the Houthis’ firepower, but they still control much of the territories they have captured, including Sana’a.
Saudi Arabia’s border security has also worsened. The Houthis have retaliated by staging border raids and firing rockets into Saudi villages. The presence of al-Qaeda has spread in Yemen while much of the country’s northern parts has been plunged into anarchy and chaos.
In other words, the war has turned Yemen into a humanitarian catastrophe, worsened regional security and helped terror groups, while the invader has been dragged deeper into the conflict. In such a scenario, two questions beg answers. Why doesn’t Saudi Arabia end the war despite the setbacks? And why is it allowed to continue a disastrous war with impunity?
West Asian Cold War
The Saudi interests in continuing the war are not hard to figure out. The intervention itself was a result of a “Saudi-Iran” Cold War. Riyadh believes that Tehran is consistently trying to expand its Shia influence across West Asia. Iraq has already embraced Shia rule. Lebanon has the Hizbullah. Saudi Arabia doesn’t want a country in its backyard to have a Shia-dominated government. If the Saudis pull out of Yemen, that would obviously strengthen the Houthi forces.
In today’s Yemen, there’s no proper army that could effectively challenge Houthi advances. The forces loyal to President Mansour Hadi are only a fraction of the strength of the Yemeni army till a few years ago. When former President Ali Abdullah Saleh joined hands with the Houthis, a major faction of the army did the same. Therefore, the only thing that prevents further advances of the Houthis is Saudi bombing and a blockade of Yemen.
So the Saudis would prefer staying the course, at least till they put together a credible force on the ground that could defend the Hadi regime, now based in the southern city of Aden. But during its course, the Saudis, given the profundity of their campaign and little regard for human cost, will push Yemen further into anarchy.

Kid-glove treatment
Generally, Western nations present themselves in the international system as guardians of human rights. The US and its European allies have even gone to war in the name of defending human rights, Libya being a recent example. They have imposed sanctions on several other countries for aggression. Even President Vladimir Putin of Russia has not been spared after his annexation of Crimea from Ukraine two years ago. But no such moral outrage is seen in the case of Saudi Arabia.
Part of the reason for this is historical. US-Saudi cooperation goes back to the Roosevelt era when the American President promised security to Saudi King Abdulaziz in 1945 in return for oil. Though the US’s oil dependence on Saudi Arabia has come down in recent years in the wake of the shale oil boom, the geopolitical and economic aspects of the “special relationship” are ever more significant.
Geopolitically, the Americans see their support for Saudi Arabia, even in the backdrop of the carnage in Yemen, as a factor that will help them balance ties between Tehran and Riyadh. The Saudi royal family is genuinely upset with US President Barack Obama’s nuclear diplomacy with Iran.
The kingdom fears that an Iran without global sanctions and isolation will emerge as a stronger regional rival to its interests. Even the timing of the attack on Yemen is self-explanatory. The Iran nuclear talks were in the final stages when the Saudis went to war. So the US decided to chug along in Yemen, trying to mollify some of the Saudi security concerns.
Arms and the war
Second, Saudi Arabia is too big a market for any arms exporting country to ignore. For the US, the world’s largest arms exporter, ties with Saudi Arabia are particularly important. Almost 10 per cent of US arms exports goes to Saudi Arabia, and 9 per cent to the United Arab Emirates, an ally of Riyadh in the Yemen war.
In 2015 alone, the US sold military equipment and support worth more than $20 billion. In September last year, a few months after the Yemen operation began, Washington announced a $60-billion arms deal, the largest such sale in US history, which includes the supply of 84 F-15 fighter planes, 70 Apache attack helicopters, 72 Black Hawk troop-transport helicopters, and 36 Little Bird surveillance copters.
The cluster bombs the Saudis are accused of using in Yemen today were also bought from the US In 2013, Saudi Arabia bought 1,300 cluster bombs – a weapon which is banned by more than 100 countries as it causes “unacceptable harm to civilians” – from Textron for $641 million. The last thing Mr. Obama would want at a time when US exports are sagging and the economy is struggling would be to say no to arms buyers.
So it’s clear that the international community won’t do much to stop the Saudis from pounding Yemen. No matter how hard the US may talk about human rights, it won’t raise a finger against the Saudis. None other than UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon acknowledged earlier this year that he had taken off Saudi Arabia from a UN list of countries/militias that kill children after Riyadh threatened to defund UN programs.
But will these financial threats, Western-supplied weapons and diplomatic protection be enough for Saudi Arabia to shape the future of Yemen? How long can Riyadh continue a disastrous war at a time when its own border security is worsening and economy struggling with low oil prices?
Besides, it’s not easy to shape Yemen’s politics from outside. Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser sent thousands of troops in 1962 to Northern Yemen to back republican fighters against the royalists in a civil war. Five years later he had to withdraw the troops in ignominy.
The US started a drone war in Yemen against al-Qaeda in 2010. One of the most powerful branches of al-Qaeda is now in Yemen. Saudi Arabia sent troops to Yemen in 2009 to attack the Houthis at the request of then President Saleh. Six years later, Riyadh had to send bombers to attack the same group, which now controls much of the country’s north.
If the Saudis and their partners in this war take the right lessons from this history, they should pull out of Yemen at the earliest, leaving the Yemenis to decide their future.
Source: The Hindu, Edited by website team
24-08-2016 | 14:18
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The Jewish Forward calls Trump’s supporters a bunch of bullies and  losers
The Jewish Forward calls Trump’s supporters a bunch of bullies and  losers
If you want to grasp the level of contempt American ‘progressive’ Jews hold towards their host nation all you have to do is subscribe to the Forward.
Jay Michaelson, a contributing editor for the kosher outlet, proclaims that Donald Trump is the candidate of “the losers.”
The fact that progressive Jews don’t like goyim, especially when they appear in white, is not new, but Michaelson takes Jewish bigotry to a new level.
“As is now well known,” Michelson writes, Trump’s “core supporters are white,undereducated men who have been left behind by technology, globalization and the attendant erosion of America’s manufacturing base. Moreover, their days of white supremacy are coming to a close, and they’re mad as hell about it.”
Why does it seem natural for a Jew to label about half of the American people as ‘white supremacist’ i.e., rabid racists.
Jay Michaelson:  Donald Trump is the candidate of the 'white undereducated' and the 'losers.'
Jay Michaelson:  Donald Trump is the candidate of the ‘white undereducated’ and the ‘losers.’
In case you failed to get the message, the Jewish writer reiterates for you:
“Trump’s supporters are the losers of the new economy on the one hand, and of multiculturalism on the other.”
Trump supporters, pretty much like Bernie Sanders’s betrayed followers, have one thing in common: they crave a radical change. They long for a productive America, a country with a prospect of hope and a future.  They reject the narrative offered by Wall Street’s oligarchy that America is committed to one thing; Mammon. Does this make Americans into losers? Apparently so, in the eyes of the New York Jewish writer.  
The Forward calls Trump’s supporters a bunch of ‘bullies.’ And the losers always become bullies. At this stage, Michaelson realises that he’s gone a bit too far. After all, a Jew throwing gruesome insults at most of the American people can lead to some tragic consequences. The ‘progressive’ editor backtracks a bit. He concedes that Jews are also losers, yet, unlike Trump supporters, Michaelson explains, in the Jewish cultural heritage Jewish losers always prevail: 
“Of course, in each case, the(Jewish) ‘loser’ wins, enacting ancient Israel’s fantasies of triumph.”
And if you want to know why the Jews think they are so good at spotting injustice, Michaelson has the answer.
“Along the way, these biblical stories also instill a keenly felt sense of the injustice of bullying.”
The kosher progressive kindly allows a narrow outlet for criticism of Jewish bad behaviour.
“Often the Jewish state is not so different from what Trump’s would be, particularly in the past few years, as ugly racism has become mainstreamed in Israeli society, as Islamophobic rhetoric insists that ‘they’ are unlike ‘us.’”
This is a typical Jewish progressive spin. Israel is not an occasional mirror of an imaginary Trump America, Israel and Zionism were racist and plunderous from the day of inception. The 1948 Nakba was a barbarian act against the indigenous Palestinians driven by racist ideology that is deeply rooted in Jewish culture.
The Holodomor, the systematic starvation of Ukraine was perpetrated by “Stalin’s willing executioners” as the Jewish historian Yuri Slezkin refers to Stalin’s Jews in his monumental book The Jewish Century.  The Israeli ultra Zionist writer Sever Plocker repeated this line in the Israeli outlet Ynet admitting, “we mustn’t forget that some of greatest murderers of modern times were Jewish.”  In 1936, justice driven revolutionary Jews traveled to Spain to fight ‘Fascism’ by killing Catholics and burning their churches. It took us three quarters of a century to admit that three quarters of the Spanish International Brigade were Jewish volunteers and the Lingua Franca of the Brigade was Yiddish. Time to ask why these moral interventionists always happen to burn Churches and kill Goyim.  Is this their ultimate sense of Justice?
And what about the Neocon school, another Zionist ideological precept that has inflicted global disaster in the name of ‘moral interventionism.’ Also, consider Wilhelm Reich, Marcuse and the cultural Marxists who used their sexualised interpretation of ‘socialism’ to weaken the West and destroy the unity of the labour movement beyond repair.
Michaelson’s Jewish progressive propaganda is consciously misleading. It isn’t just recent Israeli politics that shows a small problem with the notion of ‘Jewish justice.’ We have suffered a century of global disasters. Many of them were and still are driven by Jewish ideologies and political practices. Bolshevism, Cultural Marxism, Ziocons, Zionism, Mammonism a la Soros et Goldman Sachs are just different horrid faces of one tribal supremacy – an ideology that refers to the goyim as a bunch of losers and ‘white supremacists’, as Michaelson does in his Forward article.
Let ‘s examine this progressive Pro-Palestine comment in light of Jewish supremacism: moderate and contained anti Zionism is a maneuver used by the Jewish Left as a diversion. Instead of examining the breadth of disastrous global activity by Soros, Goldman Sachs, Cultural Marxism, Bolshevism and Neocons, we are permitted limited criticism of Israeli politics. Why do they allow us to reproach Israel? Because they know that Israel can easily take it.
Michelson ends his Jewish self loving rant, writing
“Judaism is proudly the religion of losers. It is a faith, and now a culture, of people who remind themselves every year — every day, even — that they were slaves, that might doesn’t make right, and that while it is human nature for the weak to bully the weaker, it is our divine nature to rise above it.”
These words make clear why Michaelson is afraid of the so-called American ‘losers.’ He knows that people who are oppressed by Wall Street’s mammonism and tired of neocon wars may well rise like the Jews and in the name of Justice identify those who bully them for more than a while.  
I do not think that Trump is capable of leading such a move. But Michaelson knows enough Jewish history to gather that the conditions for America’s awakening are ripe.  In fact the rise of the Americans is overdue.   Michaelson knows that Justice may prevail and he is surely aware of the meaning it may carry for himself and his people whom he outrageously labels as of “divine nature.”

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