How They Do It–U.S. Jewish groups say Putin’s statement about Jews sabotaging American elections is ‘eerily reminiscent of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion’
‘Why Is Trump Silent?’ U.S. Lawmakers Demand After Putin Says ‘Jews’ May Be Behind Election Meddling
ed note–remember that way back when Trump suggested that it was Jews responsible for all the fake bombing scares at Jewish centers that the reaction was the exact same–HOW DARE HE!!! HOW DARE YOU!!!! THIS IS JUST LIKE THE PROTOCOLS!!!! IMMINENT HOLLERCO$T!!!!
And then it turned out that Trump was 100,000% correct.
Again, the real significance of this event is as follows–
1. Putin throwing out the possibility that it was Jews or organized Jewish interests with ‘dual citizenship’–Putin’s words–monkeying around with the US elections means that he has hard intel that this was in fact the case, and all can rest assured that given Putin and Trump’s ‘shared values’ in averting WWIII as Israel intends that if and when the Russkies bring forth the information that Jews WERE monkeying around with the US elections that it will be focused on what these Jews were doing in trying to PREVENT a Trump presidency in favor of a Clinton one.
2. An example of ‘how they do it’–Whenever a Jew or a group of Jews is accused of something, the automatic and autonomic response on the part of GAAAWD’S chosenoids is the reflexive charge of ‘anti-Shemitism’ and ‘conspiracy theory’ and ‘Protocols’ and ‘This is just what Hitler did’ as if the possibility that they could EVER be involved in anything criminal or underhanded is as removed from reality as the notion that water can burn. As we like to say here, rather reflexively ourseleves, is that there are laws of nature every bit as powerful as those governing gravity at work here and can be summed up thus–Fish swim, birds fly, and Jews lie’.
3. What it also shows (once again, for about the billionth time now) is that all the various talking heads within ‘duh muuvmnt’ making the idiotic claim that ‘Putin is a Joo’ and ‘Drumpf’ (Trump) is ‘a joo’ need to be avoided as if they were any typical street crazy in the middle of either a bad acid acid trip or in the throws of delerium tremens for all the validity that their opinions hold. These people–only by virtue of having a computer hooked up to the internet and an overly-inflated sense of their own intellectual importance and accumen–have as much business rendering commentary on complex and complicated political events today as they do in performing brain surgery.
No, we take that back. They are actually more qualified for performing brain surgery and stand to do less damage by sawing into someone’s head than they do in rendering their political opinions.
Democratic legislators called on President Donald Trump to take a tougher stance towards Russia following remarks by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who suggested in an interview over the weekend that perhaps it was “Jews” who stood behind Russia’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
Putin said in an interview with NBC News that perhaps the people responsible for Russia’s interference in the election “are not even Russian. Maybe they’re Ukrainians, Tatars, Jews, just with Russian citizenship. Even that needs to be checked. Maybe they have dual citizenship. Or a Green Card.”
Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) said in response to the interview: “Repulsive Putin remark deserves to be denounced, soundly and promptly, by world leaders. Why is Trump silent? Intolerance is intolerable.”
Meanwhile, Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) said that the remarks highlighted Trump’s refusal to sign into law the tough sanctions that the U.S. Congress approved against Russia last year in retaliation to its election meddling.
“Putin suggests that Russian attacks on US elections may have been made by ‘Jews, just with Russian citizenship.’ This man is not our friend and the Trump administration needs to move on the sanctions Congress passed,” Beyer said on Saturday.
The American Jewish Committee took a more cautious approach, stating that “Putin suggesting that Russian Federation minorities, be they Ukrainian, Tatar, or Jewish, were behind U.S. election meddling is eerily reminiscent of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. He should clarify his comments at the earliest opportunity.”
Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, also criticized the Russian president for his controversial statement. “It is deeply disturbing to see the Russian president giving new life to classic anti-Semitic stereotypes that have plagued his country for hundreds of years, with a comment that sounds as if it was ripped from the pages of the ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion.'”
“We live in a moment when anti-Semitic violence is on the rise and words can have profound consequences, particularly when spoken by public figures or elected officials like President Putin,” Greenblatt continued. “We hope he swiftly clarifies his words before they cause further damage to those communities he has singled out.
A poll that was released last week, prior to Putin’s statement, showed that a majority of Americans are worried about future Russian aggression against the U.S. Most are also not convinced that Trump is doing enough to address the problem.
The poll was conducted by John McLaughlin, a veteran political pollster affiliated with the Republican party, who has advised Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu in the past. According to its results, 52% of the respondents were “not convinced” that Trump was doing enough to protect the U.S. and its allies from Russia, and want him to do more on the subject. Only 34.5% believe Trump is doing enough on the subject.
The poll also showed that just over 60% of American are worried of more attacks by Russia against the United States and its allies, in light of Russia’s conduct in recent years. 72% of the respondents said they believe Russia poses “a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States, our NATO allies in Europe, and our Mideast allies, such as Israel.”
The poll was ordered by Joel Rosenberg, an author and Evangelical activist residing in Jerusalem, who recently published a new political thriller on U.S-Russia relations calls “The Kremlin Conspiracy.” The poll showed that even among Evangelical Christians, who are usually very highly supportive of Trump, no less than 39% said they are not convinced Trump understands the threat posed by Russia, while only 46% said they were convinced that he does.
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