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What does Ron Paul have against Jews.

November 28, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

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Posted by Errol Phillips
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I’ve maintained for a long time that the Paulians attract more than their share of American anti-Semites. The body of evidence when taken as whole points to the fact that Ron Paul equates Hamas and their ilk with Israel and the United States. Quite pathetic if you ask me.
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A recent Article in Israel’s Arutz Sheva quotes Paul –  “that the recent escalation of violence between Hamas and Israel can be blamed on U.S. foreign policy, which, he maintains, favors Israel.
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  1. Yitzchak
    December 2, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    I can’t help thinking that Ron Paul’s “anti-semitism” would be better for Israel and world Jewry than any of America’s foreign policy interventionist presidents’ “philo-semitism.” Had Israel, for example, continued the 6 day war and solved its problems then – a Ron Paul would have done – nothing. Had a Ron Paul been president during WWII, America would have accepted Jewish immigrants.

    • December 3, 2012 at 8:44 am

      If Ron Paul had any weight – Israel would not have a received a penny in aid over the years and certainly would not have been able to build the Iron Dome.

  2. Laura
    November 29, 2012 at 12:10 pm

    The recent escalation of violence is due to hamas’ genocidal intentions toward the Jews. It isn’t because America favors Israel, but rather because America under Obama has not sufficiently supported Israel and Israel’s enemies saw an opportunity to attack. Is it a coincidence hamas escalated its rocket attacks shortly after Obama got reelected?

  3. Jew
    November 28, 2012 at 2:35 pm

    “Our enemies called us terrorists … People who were neither friends nor enemies … also used this Latin name. … And yet, we were not terrorists. … The historical and linguistic origins of the political term ‘terror’ prove that it cannot be applied to a revolutionary war of liberation. … Fighters for freedom must arm; otherwise they would be crushed overnight. … What has a struggle for the dignity of man, against oppression and subjugation, to do with ‘terrorism?'”
    Menachem Begin, on the years when Hagannah was fighting the British forces in Palestine.

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