US Jewish organizations have unanimously condemned Donald Trump’s alleged “sh*t hole” country remarks—but were completely silent when their country’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called all non-Jews “wild beasts” and the reason why Israel needed a border wall to keep them out.
According to a report in the Jerusalem Post, Rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, founder and dean, and associate dean, of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti-Defamation League, former ADL national director Abe Foxman, the American Jewish Committee, Rabbi Jonah Pesner of the US Reform Movement’s Religious Action Center, and the J Street lobbying group—among others—all issued statements condemning Trump for allegedly referring to Haiti and African states as “sh*t holes.”
Trump—who denies using those words—has been the subject of days of intense attack by the Jewish lobby controlled media over the remarks.
The Jerusalem Post reported as follows:
American Jewish groups are slamming President Donald Trump for allegedly making disparaging comments about immigrants from third world countries.”
Rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, founder and dean, and associate dean, of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, respectively, said on Friday, “Such vulgar language and sentiment are inappropriate. President Trump should withdraw the statement and apologize.”
Hier’s rebuke came nearly a year after he delivered a benediction at Trump’s inauguration, saying ahead of the ceremony that “it was the menschlichkeit [honorable] thing to do.”
The Anti-Defamation League also called the president’s alleged statement “shameful and profoundly offensive,” adding that it was “beneath the dignity of the office.”
Former ADL national director Abe Foxman tweeted hours later: “POTUS it matters not what countries we came from to America. The sum total of our contributions made and make America great!”
Meanwhile, the American Jewish Committee said while it was “True [that] we can’t accept everyone… all deserve the chance to try” and “pursue the American dream and contribute their talents to our nation of immigrants.”
Rabbi Jonah Pesner of the US Reform Movement’s Religious Action Center said what was “deeply offensive” was Trump’s “lack of compassion or understanding of what makes the US a beacon for all seeking freedom, safety and opportunity.”
The J Street lobbying group declared, “Trump is unfit to lead this great, diverse nation of immigrants from every walk of life.”
These comments—and the all-out attack by the controlled media—stands in stark contrast to the total silence given to earlier remarks by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he referred to non-Jews as “wild beasts.”
As reported (almost exclusively) in the Israeli Haaretz newspaper, Netanyahu said during a tour to the construction site of a border wall that it was his plan to surround the country with fences and barriers “to defend ourselves against wild beasts” that surround Israel.
“At the end, in the State of Israel, as I see it, there will be a fence that spans it all,” said Netanyahu.
“I’ll be told, ‘this is what you want, to protect the villa?’ The answer is yes. Will we surround all of the State of Israel with fences and barriers? The answer is yes. In the area that we live in, we must defend ourselves against the wild beasts.”
Netanyahu added that the government is preparing a multi-year plan to surround all of Israel with security barriers, as well as a plan to close the breaches in the separation barrier between Israel and the West Bank.
“This thing costs many billions, and we’re working on a multi-year plan of prioritization so it would be spread out over years in order to gradually build it, but to complete it to defend the State of Israel,” Netanyahu added.
The description of non-Jews outside Israel—and presumably wanting to get in to Israel—as “wild beasts” passed completely without comment from the Jewish lobby controlled media in the West, and, of course, in total silence from the gangs of Jews now queuing up to attack Trump.
It is one rule for the Jews, another for all non-Jews, even those in service of the Jewish lobby, such as Donald Trump.
The “wild beasts” phrase comes directly from the Jewish Talmud, and replicated in the Christian bible, namely Leviticus 26:22, which reads as follows:
“I will also send wild beasts among you, which shall rob you of your children, and destroy your cattle, and make you few in number; and your high ways shall be desolate.”
This quote is from God speaking to Moses in Mount Sinai, threatening the Jews should they not obey his laws as spelled out earlier in that chapter and in Leviticus 25.