Leading Mickey Mouse scholars to meet in Jerusalem; announce plans for global protest against proliferation of anti-Mickey Mouse-ism; Abe Foxman also warns against rising tide of anti-Donald Duck-ism — "Not since the 1930s have fans of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck faced such a dire threat"; but Minnie Mouse publicly rebuked by Elie Wiesel after she alleges that threat against her husband worse than The Holocaust

On Friday, December 18th, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry.

Can Israel’s No. 1 priority to fight modern anti-Semitism – hatred of the Jewish state – influence a change in behavior of the international community? The Foreign Ministry, which opens its third annual Global Forum for Combating Anti-Semitism (GFCA) on Wednesday in Jerusalem, is slated to tackle the growing dangers of Islamic anti-Semitism and international campaigns to strip Israel of its legitimacy as a country. According to the GFCA registration list, over 500 participants plan to attend the two-day conference

Wherever and whenever there is a buck to be made I must do something to honor the memory of the money I lost to Madoff. Am I living in fear? I must alleviate my bank account. If there's a gullible audience, the show must go on.

On Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry.

By KATHY ROUTLIFFE Staff Writer Do not expect to leave the newly opened Illinois Holocaust Museum & Educational Center knowing what caused the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel told 12,000 people Sunday afternoon in Skokie, at the center’s official opening. “Don’t say, ‘Now we know,’” the author, Nobel laureate and survivor cautioned. “I pray you don’t know.” Wiesel’s novel Night chronicled his youthful journey through the death camps, including Auschwitz-Birkenau and Buchenwald. The journalist and human rights activist, who lost his parents

Oren on Golstone: Worse than Achmadinejad…worse than Holocaust deniers….worse than Auschwitz…worse than beet borscht

On Sunday, October 11th, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

Why the Holocaust Still Matters By Michael B. Oren Toughened by their frontier ethos, steeled by serial wars, Israelis are not prone to flattery. Most, in fact, eschew using the closest equivalent to the Hebrew word for flattery–chanupa–in favor of the derisive Yiddish-derivative, firgun. An Israeli joke holds that the word, slashed by a red diagonal line, graces the exit from Ben-Gurion Airport, together with the warning, “You are now entering a Firgun Free Zone.” Not surprisingly, then, several Israeli

Would they allow depictions of a hook-nosed Jew in a campaign poster opposing more synagogues?

On Friday, October 9th, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

Switzerland’s biggest city, Zurich, has allowed the use of a controversial poster which urges a ban on the building of minarets in the country. The poster shows a woman dressed in a burka in front of black minarets standing on a Swiss flag. But Zurich city council said campaign posters were protected by free speech. The advert is being used by the far-right Swiss People’s Party (SVP) ahead of next month’s referendum on whether to ban the building of new

Gideon Levy on Holocaust-mongers in High Places

On Friday, September 25th, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

By Gideon Levy Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cheapened the memory of the Holocaust in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday. He did so twice. Once, when he brandished proof of the very existence of the Holocaust, as if it needed any, and again when he compared Hamas to the Nazis. If Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denies the Holocaust, Netanyahu cheapens it. Is there a need of proof, 60 years later? Or, the world might think, is

Where are Burt Neuborne, "Rabbi" Israel Singer, Edgar "I speak for the Six Million Dead Jews" Bronfman, and all the Holocaust hucksters now?

On Thursday, June 18th, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry.

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS In an increasingly bitter legal dispute, the Company for Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets will file a NIS 305 million lawsuit against Bank Leumi next week over assets that belong to Holocaust victims and their heirs, a group spokeswoman said Wednesday. A Bank Leumi branch … The legal action against Israel’s second largest bank follows years of fruitless negotiations to reclaim the funds that the restitution group said were deposited by Holocaust victims in thousands of bank

Jewish groups urge those displaying Palestine flags to be deported to Saskatchewan

On Thursday, June 18th, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

‘Anti-Israel Sentiment'; Recent incidents at school have left many ‘shocked and shaken’ By Giuseppe Valiante York University teachers should be prohibited from expressing personal political views unrelated to the course they are teaching, according to a report from a commission of Toronto-area Jewish groups on improving campus life for Jewish students. The commission, composed of the United Jewish Appeal Federation of Greater Toronto, Hillel of Greater Toronto, Hasbara at York and the Canadian Council for Israel and Jewish Advocacy, compiled

One loony people, one loony state, one loony leader

On Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 in News, The Holocaust Industry, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

By Nadav Shragai and Tomer Zarchin, Haaretz Correspondents A Jerusalem magistrate court ruled last week that a Hebron settler who shouted “Heil Sharon” – a reference to then-prime minister Ariel Sharon – at a police officer while making a stiff-armed Nazi salute should not be tried for insulting a public sector worker. The magistrate judge, Hagit Mac-Kalmanovich, determined that if the settler had used the word “Nazi” or a similar word in referring to the police officers, or if the

Avnery on the Israeli prostitution

On Tuesday, May 12th, 2009 in Beyond Chutzpah, News, The Holocaust Industry, The Israel-Palestine Conflict.

By Uri Avnery First of all, I want to apologize to all the good women who are engaged in the world’s oldest profession. I recently described Shimon Peres as a political prostitute. One of my female readers has protested vigorously. Prostitutes, she pointed out, earn their money honestly. They deliver what they promise. Israel’s president, on the other hand, only tells the truth by accident. He is a political impostor and a political sham. To him, too, apply Winston Churchill’s

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