Anti-Israel Protests Obama's Occupy Wall Street Loons Uncategorized


These morons broke off from the Occupy Boston area and walked unopposed by the police 15 blocks to the Israeli consulate after hearing of the two flotilla boats being boarded by the IDF. So yes, the anti-Semites within the Occupy movement are on the march again. KGS

Excerpt:  The protesters were shouting “Occupy Wall Street no Palestine” and “Viva Palestina.”

Boston: Pro-Palestinian protesters ‘storm’ Israeli Consulate

Dozens of demonstrators barge into consulate’s building in protest of Navy takeover of Irish-Canadian ‘Freedom Waves’ flotilla

Published: 11.05.11, 18:07 / Israel News

Social activists in the United States have found a way to mesh their own demands with the Palestinian protest against Israel: Several pro-Palestinian demonstrators “stormed” the Israeli Consulate in Boston on Saturday, in protest of the Gaza blockade.

The demonstrators were also protesting the interception of the Gaza-bound “Freedom Waves” flotilla on Friday. The two-ship convoy was stopped by the Israeli Navy prior to breaching the maritime siege placed on the Strip.

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  1. Occupy Wall Street: Hijacking a movement


    Its been said quite often “First the Palestinians hijacked airplanes. Now they hijack movements”. Observers on the social justice scene have been placing bets on just when the “destroy Israel” crowd (oh, pardon, The “Human rights for Palestinians through the destruction of Israel” cru) would claim the movement for their own.

    Its already happening.

    From an Oct 1 post at NYC Indymedia

    Michael Letwin, an organizer for NYC Labor against War claimed a primary goal of the “Occupy Wall Street” was to end unfair treatment of Muslims

    “In addition to what they view as excessive force and unfair treatment of minorities, including Muslims, the movement is also protesting against home foreclosures, high unemployment and the 2008 bailouts. . . . The group has gained support among some union members. The United Federation of Teachers and the Transport Workers Union Local 100, which has 38,000 members, are among those pledging solidarity. ”

    He went on to assert

    “Occupy Wall Street protesters driven by varying goals ‎”End financial aid to Israel”; “End greed, end poverty, end war”; “No death penalty”; “Tired of racism.”

    This prompted a rebuttal from another participant: “This has nothing to do with Israel, Michael “

    Omar Barghouti also attempts to link the movements, declaring

    “So as you break your own chains and build your own effective resistance against corporate tyranny, we ask you to demand a just peace for all the peoples in the Middle East, based on international law and equal human rights. Palestinians, too, are part of the 99% around the world that suffer at the hands of the 1% whose greed and ruthless quest for hegemony have led to unspeakable suffering and endless war. Corporate power has not just profited from our suffering but has colluded in maintaining Israel’s occupation and apartheid to perpetuate an unjust order that profits oil and military companies and multinational financial institutions.”

    Could this manipulation of the message also be responsible for another insidious phenomenon noted on the streets?

    There have been widespread reports of anti-Semitism within the “Occupy Wall Street ” Movement. The one-minute video, viewed over 30,000 times documents some of the incidents and signage that have been problematic. Jews are blamed for the trouble in American financial markets and are told to “go back to Israel.”

    Bill Weinberg documents this as well, in his blog New Jewish Resistance , stating, “We are as encouraged as everyone else about the Occupy Wall Street movement—but we continue to be disturbed by anti-Semitic elements within the movement, and even more disturbed by the fact that nobody else seems disturbed by it.”

    Nathalie Rothschild, after reporting on the movement Supporters of the Wall Street Occupation Demand Free Expression — Except for Jews, Apparently has written

    “I received a string of indignant emails and tweets about my Jewish, kleptocrat banking connections; demands that I reveal the details of my pay checks and that I come clean about my not-so-hidden agenda. I was told that my family name disqualifies me from having any opinion about the protest and that I have ‘the karma of a demon’.”

    Those of us who cut our teeth on the civil rights movement know that the cardinal rule has always been “No Tolerance to Bigotry” . Unless “Occupy Wall Street” wants to go down the path of International ANSWER- the path of irrelevance- thats a lesson they should take to heart.

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