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Was Jesus A Jew?


Jesus was born in Bethlehem, spent his childhood in Egypt, and during his adolescent years relocated and settled in Galilee where he lived most of his adult years, until the start of His ministry at the age of thirty.

“The crowds answered, ‘This is Jesus, the prophet from Nazareth in Galilee.’” Matthew 21:11

All in all, He was a Hebrew from the tribe of Judah: hence a Judahite or Judean, not a Jew.

“…behold, the Lion that is from the tribe of Judah, the Root of David…” Revelation 5:5


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Community Activist And Part Time Black Supremacist Arrested For Nazi Graffiti Inside Brooklyn Synagogue

Just days after the awful events of Pittsburgh, disgusting neo-Nazi graffiti was found Thursday inside a Brooklyn synagogue.


NYPD officials told Breaking911 that the suspect entered Brooklyn’s Union Temple around 8:30 p.m. Thursday night and used a black marker to deface three different locations with the messages, “die Jew rats we are here,” “Jews better be ready,” and “Hitler.”

As one would expect, New York’s officials were extremely quick to decry the disgusting actions, with NY Governor Cuomo releasing the following statement – with a clear intent to pin the blame on one side:

“I am disgusted by the discovery of anti-Semitic graffiti at a house of worship in Brooklyn. At a time when the nation is still reeling from the attack at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, New Yorkers stand united with the Jewish community and against hate in all its forms.

In New York, we have zero tolerance for discrimination in our laws or in our spirit. I have directed the State’s Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate this hideous act and hold those responsible accountable to the full extent of the law.

“As Governor, I am also doing everything in my power to ensure our religious institutions are free from violence and intolerance. This week, we announced the launch of an additional $10 million grant program to help protect New York’s non-public schools and cultural centers, including religious-based institutions.

The disgusting rhetoric and heinous violence in this nation has reached a fever pitch and is ripping at the fabric of America, and it must stop. In New York, we have forged community through chords of commonality and we will always stand together against hate and discrimination.”

Mayor Bill de Blasio called the hateful messages “tremendously upsetting.”

“Coming at a time when Jewish New Yorkers are feeling a profound sense of loss and sadness because of what happened at the Pittsburgh Tree of Life synagogue and all those who were killed there because of their faith.”

But, in an interesting twist, according to Breaking911, surveillance footage released by authorities captured a photo of the suspect, “described as a male Black, approximately 20-years-old, 5’8″, 140 lbs, with black hair and last seen wearing a red suit jacket.”


And yesterday morning, the local CBS station confirms a man is in custody for the ‘hate crime’.

26-year-old James Polite, of Brooklyn, allegedly wrote the graffiti, according to police.

The suspect also drew a picture of the Puerto Rican flag and wrote “Free P.R.”

Additionally, sources tell CBS2, Polite could be behind a series of fires at other shuls and yeshivas in the area. He was charged with criminal mischief, hate crime, and making graffiti in connection to the messages scrawled at Union Temple.

So not quite the white-supremacist, Trump-supporting, racist, bigot everyone was expecting?

But, in an even more potentially shocking twist, it is possible that the alleged serial anti-semitic graffiti artist is a former Barack Obama volunteer and liberal media darling…

In  2017, The New York Times wrote a lavish love fest of a story:


James Polite spent much of his childhood in foster care.

In high school alone, Mr. Polite estimates, he was placed in 10 different homes. And he received little encouragement from social workers to go to college.

But Mr. Polite, now 25, still believed that college was the best next step. He found encouragement as a volunteer in his teens, registering voters and canvassing neighborhoods in New York City during Barack Obama’s first presidential bid.

Manhattan Democrat Christine Quinn still remembers their introduction on the steps of City Hall. “James was telling me his story,” she recalled recently in an interview. “And I said, ‘Do you have an internship?’ And he said ‘No.’ And I said, ‘Well, you do now.’”

“James was the adopted child of the Quinn administration,” she said. “And it wasn’t just me. It was the entire City Council staff.”

Of course, there could be another 26-year-old (25 in 2017) black male, living in Manhattan with the same name as James Polite, but we suspect that is a little unlikely.


As The New York Times reports, towards the bottom of their puff-piece:

Despite the assistance, Mr. Polite struggled at Brandeis. Smoking marijuana, he said, became a coping mechanism to manage his stress. He had first tried the drug at a foster home in his early teens, but in college his habit grew to three times a day. He was placed on a health leave of absence in late 2015 and required to enter a rehabilitation program. During treatment, he learned he had bipolar disorder, for which he is now medicated.

More likely is the young man with a bright future, heralded by the liberal media and politicians as a success story waiting to happen, has seen his life take a much darker route.


Click image to watch John Stewart’s take on mid-term election politics…


Source: ZeroHedge

Achieving Its Full Victory, The Left Sees Itself Reversed


Leftism is like a forest fire: it may do your bidding for some time, destroying your enemies and increasing your power, but you cannot control it. It consists of an addictive idea, “more equality,” which quickly swallows up every other idea because it is simpler and less connected to real-world feedback.

Like a runaway chain reaction, Leftism then consumes itself, leaving behind only the grim realities of human power. We saw this with Napoleon and Stalin, maybe even in North Korea, and definitely among the killing fields and in the new capitalist-friendly crazy state Communism of China.

The problem with objects of pure power, like fire or chain reactions, is that they serve no master. You will control them for some time, but then they will consume you. They will rule you; they are the power, you are merely the temporary master.

At least, some groups formerly beloved of and in love with the Left are discovering that Leftism, as a runaway herd behavior chain reaction dumpster fire, is assimilating every group that adopts it:

Leftism has poisoned much of American Jewish life. That is the primary reason, as reported in the just-released American Jewish Committee poll, American and Israeli Jews are so divided on so many issues.

There were rabbis who announced they fasted when Trump was elected. Non-Orthodox synagogues around America sat shiva (the religious mourning period for a deceased immediate family member) when Trump won. And the Hebrew Union College, the Reform Jewish movement’s rabbinical seminary, had an Israel-hating writer as this year’s graduation speaker.

If you support Trump or Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, or hold almost any traditional Jewish worldview — like God creating the human being as male and female — you must either hide your opinion or risk being ostracized at almost any non-Orthodox synagogue.

American Jews leaned Left after WW2 because they feared another Hitler. In their view, the worst scenario involved a resurgent nationalism, because a focus on national identity naturally excludes outsiders like Jews. The Left promised universal tolerance, and so Jews drifted toward the Left.

They could not control this monster, however. As soon as a Jewish organization got established, Leftists wormed their way into it and converted it from “pro-Jewish” to “pro-Leftist” (with an emphasis on Jewish issues, of course). Their defenders went from saving Jewish people to affirmatively promulgating Leftist propaganda.

Those of us who are critics of democracy could have told them how this would go. Every idea boils down to its simplest variant, and under democracy, that means the equality of all people. This means that a Jewish organization converts to a jihad for equality for all people so that Jewish people can have it, too.

Over time, the Jewish nature is forgotten and replaced by the robotic zombie groupthink of Leftism. No one is safe unless everyone is equal, because equality is our defense against losing social status for doing something illusory, stupid, selfish, corrupt, perverse, or otherwise outside of the narrow channel in which Darwin smiles.

Jews are not alone in this. Any special interest group which endorses Leftism will quickly find itself absorbed into that larger and simpler mob. We can see that in the Leftist assimilation turning events for specific groups into generic events:

Straight people showing up to gay pride parades is nothing new. But the growing phenomenon of straight young adults attending just to party, sometimes in large numbers, has burgeoned in recent years. University of California-Berkeley gender and women’s studies professor Paola Bacchetta sees it as a kind of co-opting of the underlying political necessity of the marches.

“It’s not in the interest of most (LGBTQ) people of color to be in this kind of celebratory type of gay pride that has absolutely no political vision,” she said.

She is incorrect: the Gay Pride parades have not been depoliticized, only removed from a pro-homosexual politics into a generalized pro-Leftist crowd mentality. The herd wants what it wants, and homosexual rights are a justification for rights for the rest of the herd, so at some point they discard the specifics and go with the overall momentum.

In other words, these parades are more politicized than at any other time… but they are politicized toward the Left, not toward homosexuality. Whatever identity the homosexuals had is now absorbed by and dominated by the simpler, broader Leftist identity.

Now let us look at the most blatant example. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) formed to protect impoverished and minority people from discrimination, but quickly became an anti-Rightist movement. Not surprisingly, the SPLC has collapsed as former supporters avoid it:

A coalition of 45 prominent conservative groups and figures called Wednesday on those partnering with the Southern Poverty Law Center to sever their ties, saying the center’s credibility has been further eroded by this week’s defamation settlement.

In a joint statement, organizations targeted by the SPLC as “extremists” or “hate groups” cited the center’s apology and $3.375 million payment to the Quilliam Foundation and founder Maajid Nawaz for including them in a 2016 guide to “anti-Muslim extremists.”

The settlement announced Monday comes as “tangible proof that the SPLC, which amounts to little more than a leftist instrument of political warfare against those with whom it disagrees, fully deserves the infamy which it has lately earned,” said the statement.

The Left lies — like a rug — and so they cannot distinguish between their reasonable appeal to the middle classes and the fanaticism that propels them. Normal people supported an end to racial cruelty, but not the opposite extreme, where all whites are penalizing for the failings of other groups.

The SPLC got absorbed by the Left. The Left, in its moment of victory, self-defeated by becoming fanatical. An agenda for fairness became a jihad for equality, and this drove away those who simply wanted to right social ills instead of social engineering society into a Leftist Utopia.

Leftism turns out to be like a mercenary army. They will defend a tyrant, but only until a better offer comes along. For modern Leftism, whatever appeals to a broader audience is that better offer, and so whatever allows itself to ally with Leftism will be absorbed, discarded, and replaced.

Source: by Brett Stevens | Amerika

Dickinson Texas Tells People No Hurricane Harvey Aid Unless They Promise Not to Boycott Israel

The city of Dickinson, Texas, is requiring applicants for Hurricane Harvey rebuilding funds to certify in writing that they will not take part in a boycott of Israel. The American Civil Liberties Union criticized the city’s condition as a violation of free speech rights.

“The First Amendment protects Americans’ right to boycott, and the government cannot condition hurricane relief or any other public benefit on a commitment to refrain from protected political expression,” said ACLU of Texas Legal Director Andre Segura. “Dickinson’s requirement is an egregious violation of the First Amendment, reminiscent of McCarthy-era loyalty oaths requiring Americans to disavow membership in the Communist party and other forms of ‘subversive’ activity.”

The city’s website says that it is accepting applications from individuals and businesses for grants from money donated for hurricane relief. The application says that by signing it, “the Applicant verifies that the Applicant:

(1) does not boycott Israel; and

(2) will not boycott Israel during the term of this Agreement.”

The city appears to be enforcing a recently passed Texas law that requires all state contractors to certify that they are not participating in boycotts of Israel. While the ACLU does not take a position on boycotts of foreign countries, the organization has long supported the right to participate in political boycotts and has voiced opposition to laws and bills that infringe on the right to boycott.

The Supreme Court ruled decades ago that political boycotts are protected by the First Amendment, and other decisions have established that the government may not require individuals to sign a certification regarding their political expression in order to obtain employment, contracts, or other benefits.

On October 11, the ACLU filed a federal lawsuit challenging a Kansas law on behalf of a high school math teacher who is being required by the state to sign to certify that she won’t boycott Israel if she wants to take part in a teacher training program.

In July, the ACLU sent a letter to members of Congress opposing a bill that would make it a felony to support certain boycotts of companies doing business in Israel and its settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories. As a result, Senate sponsors of the bill are considering changes.

By Paul Craig Roberts