Friday, April 13, 2012

J Street and the Democrats in Congress

Hat tip to Big Peace

In the below article, Joel B. Pollak describes J Street's links with Democrats in Congress and the 74 members who signed a letter urging Israel to make concessions to the Palestinians. As you read this, pat attention to the name George Soros. He helped found this organization and has provided funding. If you don't know who George Soros is, you need to research him because he is at the center of the struggle over which way this nation will go.

As I have written before, J Street is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Their slogan is, Pro-Israel-Pro Peace." Nothing could be further from the truth. Much like the Council of American Islamic Relations, J Street is a slickly-formulated outfit that says a lot of soothing things, but their agenda is hardly pro-Israel. J Street is a leftist ally of the Democrat Party, formed as a counterpoint to the pro-Israel Jewish organization AIPAC.

One suggestion for Jewish Americans would be to check and see if the leaders of your local Jewish organizations are connected to J Street. One Jewish writer, Jerry Gordon of New English Review, has pointed out that the current CEO of the Orange County Jewish Federation is the brother of David Elcott, who was involved in the founding of J Street. (Of course, brothers can disagree a'la William and Robert Bennett.)

The connection between J Street and Democratic politicians is troubling enough. Even more troubling is the presence of George Soros.

1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Even more troubling are the Methodists who try to tell Jews what is good for them, and bestow the Good Fousesquawk Seal of Approval on The Good Jews.

Sounds sort of like Good Germans, doesn't it?