Tuesday, March 15, 2011

J Street: "Maybe Israel isn't a good idea"

"Maybe, if this collective Jewish presence" -- that is, the Jewish State in the Middle East -- "can only survive by the sword, then Israel really ain't a good idea." So said Daniel Levy, one of J Street's founders, at the 2011 J Street Conference.

Maybe J-Street really isn't a good idea...and maybe they really aren't as "Pro Israel" as they claim.

Read more about it, here at the "American Thinker", by Lori Lowenthal Marcus

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6 comments:

bigbigidiot said...

...What's wrong with the sword?

sierradelta said...

As if all countries don't basically survive by the sword (or by money, in the case of Switzerland). They wouldn't maintain an armed forces otherwise.

Chutznik said...

Maybe England during WWII also was not a good idea.

E-Man said...

Anyone who actually thought J-street was, at any point in time, pro-Israel is either delusional, an idiot, or a liar.

Anonymous said...

Obviously "J Street," funded by radical Marxist bigot George Soros, is definitely not a good idea. I followed them for a short while, fortunately never gave them money and when I discovered that they were about as "pro-Israel" as Hamas, cut of any contact with them!

Anonymous said...

Most countries that have been around for a while have only survived by sword. Thus, either Daniel Levy is singling out Israel and is thus delusional, or he has animosity towards the nation-state in general, in which case he's delusional.

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