Thursday, May 01, 2014

Ramble 5/1 .... 2

The irony of Islamophobia is that it's apparently meant to mirror* claims of antisemitism which have far greater power over most goyim.  Are Jewish settlers and racial supremacists "Islamophobic"?  I doubt the corporate media would report things that way, if they bothered to mention the racism and tribalism of many Israelis at all.  Not that I blame Israelis, given that they're generally just people that have generally been terrorized into acting as they do by their own leaders and rabbis.  (Everyone is always out to get you because you're the chosen and never because your leading Zionists did anything, etc.  Time for a visit to the "gas chambers" at Auschwitz, etc.) 

*Another mirrored claim, the concept of dhimmi and the concept of goyim... neither of which has equal protection under the law.  But there's one huge difference between the Islamic concept of dhimmi and the Talmudic concept of the goyim, JudeoChristians are blind to the tribal nature of many Judaic factions and almost paranoid about Islamic sects.  

(What's the word that suggests that anyone that criticizes Christians is mentally ill or has a phobia or wet the bed too many times when they were little?  I can't think of one.  Perhaps that's for the best.  Better to allow criticism...   unlike Jews that claim that being against rabbis circumcising and sucking the blood out is, once again, "antisemitic."  Etc.   (Israel’s chief rabbinate says oral suction at circumcision is preferred, Haaretz)  (Second N.Y. Jewish infant contracts herpes from controversial circumcision rite)   Etc. That would probably be framed as a "blood libel" that only crazy people would talk about before the internet.  But it's real enough.)   

If you don't like criticism as a Jew, Muslim or JudeoChristian then clean up your communities or stop identifying yourself with them.  As with any group containing millions of people or identities incorporated in a culture, numerous caveats apply until you get down to the level of the individual. (And in the case of practicing circumcision in a "controversial" way... ask the individual why they would associate or identify with Chabad.)       

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