Jewish Establishment Easily Outwitted

T. Belman. This reminds me of The Inside Story of How Palestinians Took Over the World which desribes a Plan from 1998 to make the world pro-Palestinian.

It also reminds me of Sold out by liberal Jews and their establishment in which Rabbi Spero wrote: “Many of those running Jewish organizations and non-Orthodox synagogue and temples have for decades made helping other minorities the centerpiece of their ideological life and, thus, will never spotlight the anti-Semitism coming from members of the minority community, since it would shatter all they believe in.”

How anti-Israel activists hoodwinked American Jewish leadership



James Zogby, president of the Arab American Institute, interviewed on Jordanian state television, about 1990.

Circa 1990, James Zogby, the head of the Arab American Institute, explained in a now-obscure interview how he planned to defeat America’s Jewish establishment.

This rare footage shows Zogby in conversation with Dr. Walid Muhammad al-Sadi of Jordanian state television’s English-language division.

In the video, Zogby proudly details his strategies for turning American public opinion against Israel and in favor of the Palestinians. He goes forth to talk about the work he did in the 1980s of creating coalitions between American Arabs, blacks, Latinos, white progressives, and — crucially — leftist Jews. He was right on the money.

Keep this brilliant phrase of Daniel Pipes in mind: “Who could have imagined 100 years ago that the Jews would have made the best soldiers and the Arabs the best publicists?”

December 2, 2023 | 1 Comment »

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  1. Rabbi Spero is correct…

    With the kind of leadership now calling the shots, as it were, we Jews could all become Muslims and not notice the difference.

    In other words we don’t need leadership of that kind; we have the intellectual and discriminative apparatus that’s required to form our own opinions based on what we actually see… preferably not based on ideology of any sort, which is nothing less than a mental fantasy.