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December 14, 2015 5:52 am

Facebook Is ‘Safe Space’ for Muslims But Not for Jews

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Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook. Photo: wiki commons.

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook. Photo: wiki commons.

There is something very tasteless about Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg’s statement last week in the wake of the San Bernardino terrorist attack, perpetrated by Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik. The husband and wife opened fire at a Christmas party attended by Farook’s colleagues, killing 14 of them while wounding many others. Zuckerberg’s statement contained not one word of condemnation against the terrorist attack. It failed to mention the immense incitement taking place on social media, notably on Facebook, which encourages the kind of attack committed in San Bernardino. No, his statement was about ensuring that Facebook would be a “safe space” for Muslims.

“I want to add my voice in support of Muslims in our community and around the world,” Zuckerberg said. “After the Paris attacks and hate this week, I can only imagine the fear Muslims feel that they will be persecuted for the actions of others. As a Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against attacks on all communities. Even if an attack isn’t against you today, in time attacks on freedom for anyone will hurt everyone. If you’re a Muslim in this community, as the leader of Facebook I want you to know that you are always welcome here and that we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you.”

“Safe spaces” are a big thing for liberal Americans, practiced ad nauseam on American campuses with sinister results. It usually implies being coddled and spared from opinions other than your own, which in American liberal terms usually means opinions that are not on the left side of the middle. It almost always entails the curtailing of free speech.

Interestingly, Zuckerberg has made no similar statements in the wake of the stabbing, ramming and other terrorist attacks on Jews in Israel and across the globe, and he most notably has not made Facebook anywhere near a “safe environment” for Jews. On the contrary, Facebook is brimming with anti-Semitic hate speech, anti-Zionist diatribes and incitement to stab and kill Jews, yet the sanctimonious Zuckerberg, who invoked his own Jewish background in the above statement sees no reason to curb any of this hate mongering toward his own people.

Apart from the nauseating political correctness that oozes out of Zuckerberg’s statement, there is something else at play as well. Anyone who has spent more than a couple of hours on Facebook will have noticed that it resembles the most infantile teenage dream come true: The possibility for endless popularity. On Facebook, everyone is a perennial American high school or college student, angling for the most likes with endless selfies. So, if you were Facebook personified, i.e., Zuckerberg, wanting to be the most popular man on the entire planet, who would you go with — 1 billion Muslims or a meager 12 million Jews who are extremely unpopular anyway?

On October 26, 2015, the Shurat Hadin-Israel Law Center filed an unprecedented lawsuit against Facebook on behalf of some 20,000 Israelis to stop allowing Palestinian terrorists to use the social network to incite violent attacks against them and Jews. The complaint seeks an injunction against Facebook requiring it to monitor incitement and to respond immediately to complaints about inciting content.

Shurat Hadin writes: “Facebook is much more than a neutral Internet platform or a mere ‘publisher’ of speech because its algorithms connect the terrorists to the inciters. Facebook actively assists the inciters to find people who are interested in acting on their hateful messages by offering friend, group and event suggestions and targeting advertising based on people’s online ‘likes’ and internet browsing history. Additionally, Facebook often refuses to take down the inciting pages, claiming that they do not violate its ‘community standards.’ Calling on people to commit crimes is not constitutionally protected speech and endangers the lives of Jews and Israelis.”

In a similar vein of hypocrisy, many were outraged by Donald Trump’s comments about keeping Muslims out of America last week. A press release from the Republican presidential candidate declared that he is “calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.”

The press release went on to note that “according to Pew Research, among others, there is great hatred towards Americans by large segments of the Muslim population. Most recently, a poll from the Center for Security Policy released data showing ‘25% of those polled agreed that violence against Americans here in the United States is justified as a part of the global jihad’ and 51% of those polled ‘agreed that Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to Shariah.’ Shariah authorizes such atrocities as murder against nonbelievers who won’t convert, beheadings and more unthinkable acts that pose great harm to Americans, especially women.”

Trump himself said: “Without looking at the various polling data, it is obvious to anybody the hatred is beyond comprehension. Where this hatred comes from and why we will have to determine. Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life. If I win the election for president, we are going to Make America Great Again.”

It should be pointed out — as many indeed did last week — that the detractors of Trump’s statement above show no sensitivity to the fact that Jews are permanently and officially prohibited from entering 16 Muslim countries across the world. In fact, ironically, only last week a Jewish family was prohibited from entering Jordan on a tourist visit unless they removed all signs of being Jewish. Where was the outrage and the reaching for smelling salts among the politically correct, safe-space-ensconced liberals of the world? The news never even made the headlines outside of Israel and the Jewish world.

Similarly, none of the liberal bleeding hearts consider it the least bit problematic that the Palestinian Authority has declared that a future “Palestine” should be Judenrein. Today, if a Jew has the ill fortune of entering a place such as Ramallah, he is likely to be lynched, as was the case with the two Israeli reservists who were mercilessly killed in 2000 as a local crowd cheered the murderers on. None of those who condemn Trump are concerned with the fact that Gaza is Judenrein under the fascist regime of Hamas. In fact, the international community supports this policy actively by telling Israel that it must not build Jewish homes in Judea and Samaria.

Jews are solidly excluded from “safe spaces” on social media, college campuses and in international discourse. Meanwhile, Zuckerberg got 1.5 million likes for his post and 230,000 shares.

This article was originally published by Israel Hayom.

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  • Don Nathan

    It is sickening how FB policies allow anti Israel/anti Jewish fan pages that promote the death of them and after numerous complaints they claim they don’t violate their standards. I think we should all make death to muslims/palestine pages and see how quickly that gets condemned/banned. I can guarantee instantly. Zuckerberg needs to go. His leadership is perversely disgusting. It is a problem with millennials. And now he had reproduced, his progeny will only follow his “lead” and it will get much, much worse. Israel needs to do something about it already.

  • Paul

    Muslims will have in the near future more FB accounts than Jews or any other religious crowd.
    Do the math… He’s doing it for FB agenda and he’s also a Jew and busine$$ comes first.

    • Esther Kaplan

      You seem to have the traditional demeaning opinion of Jews. The Jews I know are not dirty nor are they money grubbers. They are family people, committed to helping those in need, hard working and dependable. Maybe you need to get out more.

  • asdasdasd

    Apparently Mark is another Self hating Jewish liberal.

  • Perla Sniias

    He does not do anything pro jew! He could do a lot!! At least cooperate closing facebook counts that promote jihad and capture sorehead people …….

  • James cooley

    The one in charge is not Muslim!

  • Charles Martel

    His facebook name is PUTZ! Another Jew who is blind to his own people. SAD.

  • Gabby Ward

    I have been saying for months that FB had a MUSLIM on their staff. I kind of figured it was Zukerberg. He has systematically censored many of the Christian’s accounts even going so far as to shut us out of our accounts when we tell of the atrocities of the Muslims rapings, beheadings, and pedophilia against Christians. He says he is a Jew but he has the heart of a Muslim. Maybe both Christians AND Jewish people should shut down their FB accounts!

  • jm

    ” safe place” my arse…. he is just another renege and traitor making fun of Jewish heritage bringing it when he needs to promote his agenda.

  • Trishmarie Woods

    “As a Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against attacks on all communities. Even if an attack isn’t against you today, in time attacks on freedom for anyone will hurt everyone.”
    ~ Mark Zuckerberg

    • Then why does he allow the attacks on Jews and Israel, on Facebook. If this statement is TRUTH why is racial incitement allowed, so long as the targets are Jews. This incitement, unchecked, promotes attacks like the one at San Bernardino. Why are there no safe spaces for Jews ,as he promises for Muslims. Seems pretty obvious Zukerberg is more concerned about his almighty dollar than racial fairness. Or perhaps scared of Muslim backlash.

  • Larry Daniels

    I’m wondering about the the statement that “Jews are permanently and officially prohibited from entering 16 Muslim countries across the world.” Is this Jews or Israelis? Or people with Israeli stamps in their passports? Also could you list the countries please? If this is true it’s really despicable.

    • Susanna Branch

      Many years ago when I was living in Turkey, if we wanted to travel in the area, we had to go to the Arab/Muslim countries first, then to Israel, because if a Muslim country saw an Israeli passport stamp, there would be issues, including a refusing entry into their country. This could be avoided by Israel’s stamping a loose sheet in your passport which could be removed when one left that country. That was over 40 years ago. It’s a long-standing issue.

  • Gen

    This man really needs to understand the definition of a safe space. I thought you more intelligent then that…

  • Here is a thought … How about every Jew in the world would close the Facebook account in demonstration for Zuckerbergs ignorance !!! Can we stand up for our convictions ones ?
    Show the world that we are united ? Be leave me we would get a lot of respect for it .
    And I hope it would make a dent in the financials of his company

    • Giuseppe Tarnero

      Indeed it sounds as a very effective way to make Zuckenberg ponder over his greed. Question is how you rally massive Jewish support towards your initiative? The only common vehicle is unfortunately the same Facebook we want to fight against. And this will surely be viewed as “incitement” by the FB censorship. Any other suggestions?

    • Kis Brink

      Jews closing their facebook account would not make a dent in his financials. We are a statistically insignificant portion of all users.

      Those who have decision making power over ads and who oppose hate in general should not advertise there because while he issued this statement in support of Muslims there is as much tolerated hate of them on facebook (in fact the hate I have had trouble getting removed is far worse than for any other group.) as other groups.

      If you want to guess how hard it will be to get a site identified as a hate site look at the number of likes. If it has a lot it could take a year (I am stubborn so I will be in it for a year if it is clearly such a site) .

      I finally hit on an effective promise which increased the odds that they would agree that sites which were pretty horrific were indeed hate sites. I recommend it to everyone as facebook knows a lot about us all so if you seem likely to follow through they will consider the unpleasant legal ramifications of overlooking hate.

      I told them as I never reported something subtle I was making a habit of taking a screenshot of the material I reported and the usual this comment or site did not violate community standards. I would be turning those over to the groups which address hate towards those groups in court on a regular basis. I had a bit of a miracle happen in my support dashboard and even sites I had reported well before I thought why didn’t I think to do this before all vanished.

      They do need to own that they are a major distributor of hate . They never will. Short of there being a similar platform as google plus falls way short people won’t move. It will likely be legal pressure brought to bear by various governments and people harmed by incitement that makes them realize it is not worth it in the long term.

      If large businesses that had hosted a lot on facebook move more of that and advertising money away and inform them that their tolerance of hatred was the primary reason that would help.

    • Jonathan

      Morally and ideologically it’s a great idea. Factually we are too small that it would even matter. It would simply be akin to a minority not voting and not being heard. They would not notice nor care if 8-13 millions users disappeared off of Facebook. Only the self-hating Jews would remain to speak for us.

      Starting a competing social media with principles, and adherence would be the way forward.

  • robin

    Mr. Zukerberg is only Jewish by birth. The most important tenant of the Torah is to treat others as you would wish to be treated. Allowing any violent words or images against anyone is not in keeping with the most important aspect of his religion. So to call upon his Jewishness when it can be used to excuse his poor judgement is very convenient. His wealth has gone to his head. He lives in an ivory tower where he can be as idealistic and politically correct as he would like to be because he feels invincible.

  • Cheryl

    A voluntary dzimmi.

  • Facebook is not safe place at all!!
    Oh, perhaps Muslims…

    • Kis Brink

      It is not safe for Muslims. Well currently they have it cleaned up a lot but the vilest things on it have been aimed at them. I monitor it for hate as a social justice issue and I saw something I did not know was possible in an anti Islam site that had a national version for almost every non-Islamic country . A user had managed to violate every community standard facebook has in a single post.

      I do some moderation of insults and hate as a part of my work and this was a target I had never seen hit there or on facebook.

      I would guess there are similar sites up and running as I don’t actively seek them out but tend to find out about them if they try to drag their agenda into something I care about (the huge anti-Islam net of hate pages was labelled a political group and there was an election on for example ).
      Sometimes they troll Jewish sites after something bad happens to Jews or they think happened to Jews. (The shooting near a JCC brought a “white pride site” with 19 mirrors to my attention) . When a site can call black people monkeys, have charts on it that can be found in text books about hate groups and the history of hate groups and facebook keeps saying it is not a hate site you know why. Every page few you get served new ads although they also periodically refresh.

      Hate is appealing or adding it to election campaigns that are flagging wouldn’t help or just as appears to be the case in the US elections starting out with a lot of it. People clearly have an appetite to it and while we could point our fingers just at facebook shouldn’t we wonder about all those people who we can tell were shaped to view a party more positively through division and hate and who walk among us and we don’t know who they are or if that hate will play out somewhere more horrific than at the polls?

  • Mr. Zuckerberg, is right to want to make the service inclusive, but greatly uneducated in the terms of what freedom of speech affords and the plotting of terrorism within the confines of the medium afforded that freedom. Further that is a US Constitution provision – many of the people who are Muslim on Facebook are NOT AMERICAN CITIZENS. And further, My words for Mr. Zuckerberg – “I am not a Jew. But I would ask you to do one thing. LEARN YOUR PEOPLES HISTORY. This is not a matter of free speech or not being ‘exclusive’ – this is a matter of LIFE AND DEATH. Please, Sir, think on this!” respectfully yours, a USER of Facebook.

  • Robert B Geller

    Simple solution to Facebook CEO Zuckerman and his COO Sheryl Sandberg – stop whining about their reluctance to stop anti-Semetism, and start boycotting Facebook, stop buying Sandberg’s books and inviting her to every Jewish Woman’s meeting to speak. Instead of applauding them for their successes, we should be boycotting them for turning their backs and support of Jewish causes. As stated above, it is financail – there are many more Muslims than Jews. Unfortunately it is not the first time that some Jews have put their profits in front of the Jewish people.

  • Monty Pogoda

    Zuckerberg is “Jewsish” in name only.

    • Jack Harris

      But he would make a great sondercommando

  • Where are the peaceful muslims protests against the “beheadings” and cowardly attacks on un armed innocent Americans. Where are their protests. against cowardly Islamic people attacking innocent unarmed people. Why is hatred being taught to elementary school children.

  • Robert Davis

    All of these fake “liberals” and true nazi socialists should be attacked and no free space allowed to them. It is only way with cowards and show them it is more risky to spare moslems than jews.

  • Dan

    Mark is good hearted, well meaning, but difinitly ill informed and ignorant person when it comes to what real islam is.

    i think there should be an alternatative to facebook which covers all the gaps that facebook has.

  • Guy Rocky

    So there’s no investigation as to what really happened at San Bernardino. We are just going to accept the “official” story with all its anomalies?
    eg: What happened to the 3rd shooter?

  • montlasky

    Zuckerberg is the typical leftist self hating Jew that is in good company with the likes of his ilk in the personage of Gilad Atzmon and other well known self hating Jews! How can he not be impartial if not understanding of the Arab attacks on the Jews via the internet?
    His founding of Facebook should be worth protecting ALL adherents to peace and prosperity for all. That would be worth the price he was paid. Instead, he has invented a portal for anti Semitic hatred which he supports!

  • Just defending lawsuit and pr business.

    He probably consulted with his Attornies who told him to say that he is the hero of the Moslems so that they can say they are protecting speech and look good in the eyes of the public. It’s just good business nothing personal.

  • art

    no matter how he grovels today regardless of his money to isis,hamas.plo much of the world he is just another dirty Jew. He may be able to us his money to pay protection money but they will always hate him

  • HaroldT

    Zuckerberg – another Quisling Jew.

  • t.cason

    great article that calls it like it is!

  • Lisa

    Zuckerberg knows, as all liberals do, that if you have that insatiable need to feel good about yourself, then you come to the defense of those less fortunate, right? However, that’s never really the case. Their choice of less fortunate is anything but, they’re usually quite numerous, organized, powerful, vocal and perhaps violent victims. So self preservation would dictate, that you stand with those that would harm you if you stood against them. And, take a stand against those from whom you have no fear of reprisals.

  • Mr Zuckerberg, you truly disappointed me with you milke toast comments. Please open your heart and mind concerning Jews.

  • Cynthia Gottlieb

    It does not surprise me about the comments Mark Zuckerberg has made as he is part of the young educated by liberal universities that love political correctness and “safe places” to be protected should someone hurt their little teeny tiny feelings. Though it is OK to hurt other people feelings as that can be done behind a computer screen. It is a one way “safe”. I have said for years that FaceBook ruins friends and family. It causes time wasted on the job as if one who is working should also be engaging in FB. I think Mark Zuckerberg was worried about his bottom line and FB, a CYA of sorts that he isn’t joining the hysteria about anti-Muslim. It isn’t well thought out though and shows how he really isn’t that smart, is he? Just rich! I for one have never had FB and after his public remarks, never will.

  • Lynn K.Circle

    It appears that virtual reality mirrors physical reality. Everyone from the President of the United States down to Mark Zuckerberg are concerned about there being safe spaces for Muslims. Every Arab death attributed rightly or wrongly to Israel results in Israel being excoriated across Western Europe and United States college campuses.

    Nowhere does anyone worry about safe places for Jews, even as the number of antisemitic incidents in the United States during the past year overshadowed similar attacks upon Muslims.

    As always, Jews can and will rely upon upon ourselves. So, what’s new?

  • Bonnie Lazar

    I’d like to suggest EVERYONE copy and paste this article in Mark Zuckerberg’s private message page. I’d like to see what his reaction would be if he got this article thousands of times! Here I go!

  • Ephraim

    Self-hating Jews really are the worst of all antisemites.

  • years ago I was on a thread talking to an actual facebook admin named Ezra who justified facebook’s actions by claiming the company was adhering to the principles of Noam Chomsky. he was very serious

  • Avrohom Bilgrei

    I believe in FREE SPEECH! I think EVERYONE SHOULD be able to express themselves as they choose. It’s important for civil awareness and one’s prerogative to maintain astuteness! That having been said, if you don’t like it, block it! This golus, pansy assed, pc G-dless suck ass Zuckerberg has long since forfeited his right to express himself while concomitantly censoring others that he deems unfit for such expression! He can kiss my ass and block the crap out of me because frankly this whole FB stage of indulgence denigrates those of ethical standards and values! For him to convey such infantile notions regarding the sensitivity of muslim adherents of who’s koran; a cesspool of hatred, that has served notice on humanity at large that their blueprint for society dictating absolute submission of the world to their genocidal doctrine should be shunned, and those who answer to the label of muslim have the same prerogative of shunning the barbarity of the “religion” that in contradistinction to all other religions advocates unbridalled barbarity! I’m a talking head that you can shut down but, when you do so in defence of adherents of the koran that behead, then YOU have traversed into an intellectual wasteland that only a libtard SCHMUCK could abide by! Such asininity clearly suggests you intellectual prowess is not located between your ears, nor regarded with any value, as such function has been relegated to “feelings” and is certainly NOT an attribute of wealth!

  • Arlene

    Jews are as welcome as anyone else on Facebook, despite all the antisemitism of many members. As for critics of Trump: The fact that Jews are barred from many Muslim countries does not justify barring Muslims or any other religion from the U.S. We are proud to be above that sort of thing, and should not allow ourselves to sink to their level.

    • Linda Golden

      We are above that thing? What planet do you live on? The KKK, the Militia movement, the treatment of Native Americans, the Legacy of slavery in the United States…what the hell are you talking about? You need to take some history classes.

  • Tracy Oliver

    It is completely heartbreaking how Israel is not given the same consideration when acts of violence is an everyday occurrence. I reported a photo of a Muslim slitting a throat of a woman and shitting on an Israeli flag. Facebook says. It’s cool!

  • Markalta

    I also complained about a site in 2013 called “Kill Zimerman” but facebook informed me that it also didn’t violate their policies. Weird huh? I always thought encouraging people to kill someone was bad…silly me.

  • Mark Zuckerberg may have struck it rich with his Facebook invention but he is a teenybopper with no brains except up his behind when it comes to world peace efforts and common sense. A son of a rich dentist who never experienced life and needs a few lessons but will never get it as a selfie generation brat

  • Chava

    I have reported violent/hate speech directed at Jews multiple times only to be told by Facebook that they thanked me for reporting the posts, but it “didn’t violate their terms of service.”

    • myra peck

      I have had the same reply when I complained about a picture of a guy wearing a t-shirt that said KILL JEWS !

    • I also have been told the same things. Especially about the rant of a person threatening Mr, Trump to fire a rocket up his rear, shoot him cut off his genitals and so on! I was absolutely amazed he was not cut off facebook and turned into police. Threats against the life of another no matter who he or she is used to be taken seriously and dealt with immediately. They still take care of people who mention the word bomb on a plane. Why is this allowed to stand in this great nation.We used to be the land of the free the home of the brave and are now the land of liberal hate speeches death rants and abominable acts of terror! God please help your people to overcome the lies, deliberately untruthful accusations.cruelty, murders and double speak happening around the globe and at home!

    • Michelle Kravitz

      Me, too. Sites inciting murder against Jews don’t rise to a level where the Zuckerberg conscience thinks it a threat and generate responses identical to what Chava received. Disgusting worm. Another self-hating Jew but unfortunately in charge of a billion dollar network!

    • Dana Drapkin

      yup, had the same thing happen to me, it’s despicable

    • I say if there are any Jewish/Israeli businesses on heer find out what he’s reallly up to. When you get stuff like that, take a screenshot of it and file it for future use. Keep doing this each time it happenes and make more than one copy. Send it to law enforcement I’ve been thinking, planning and praying about this for a while. Then get on and tell them what is going on. They were taken to court over this before.

    • valerie doran

      Well, If he is indeed so worried about the hate talk in reference to Islam and their belief system. Where is his welcoming mat to the Jewish and the Christians that should have been spoke about in this Heart warming contribution to the Muslims. Its just bull! Muslims speak out about their hate for Jews and nothing is said. He just has to stay in the goods of our commander in chief that does not give a damn about Jews or Christians. He should submit something to the effect that NO religion should be discriminated against.

  • barbara pinto

    unbelievable how any human being can welcome religious
    fanatics to ‘feel safe’ on Facebook. And no comments on
    the murders they committed? There is something very wrong with this young man – perhaps his financial gain is all that matters to him – forget about humanity and decency – how ‘un-american’ – very very disappointed to hear such comments from a supposed educated person in the 21st century…..

    • arthur Finn

      No, Zuckerberg did not say what many of us consider necessary. However, I think he was just addressing the Muslim hate problem. Yes, he was lax and callous but he was not, in my view defending or excusing terrorism.

      • Dave

        Specific incitement to violent acts against America, and specifically against Christians, and Jews is consistently allowed on Facebook.

        That kind of “safe space” is decidedly dangerous.

      • Robert Davis

        zuckerberg has cowed before the moslem threat and he cares more for his money than morals or courage. He should be sued and get huge fines so as to bankrupt him. This is the only language he can understand.

  • Rachel R Peine

    I and many other people have repeatedly reported anti-Semitic FB pages, only to get a reply that those pages don’t violate FB’s “community standards”. For example, I and others continue to report “Jewish Ritual Murder” which promotes lies and hatred toward Jews, only to be told that it doesn’t violate FB’s sick and biased standards. There is something seriously wrong with this picture. I hope your readers will continue to report pages that incite violence and hatred toward Jews and Israel.

    • arthur Finn

      I do not defend racist or any other casuistic bigotry. However, practically speaking, who believes in this Protocols of Zion nonsense?? Think about it. Those who believee that stuff will always believe it. Forget them. I am totally for ,just about, totally free speech. I too do not know exactly where to draw the line but the further away from censorship the better.

      • Yechiel

        You know who believes that nonsense? I mean, really believes it? Middle Eastern Muslim Arabs, Palestinian or otherwise. They teach it as fact in their schools.

      • Ted Flaum

        Who believes this nonsense? I suggest you go to Search for the “Protocols of Zion” and read the comments. Plenty of people do. Here are a few comments from believers:

        “The same techniques that were used by the Bolshevik Jews to bring down Russia are now being implemented by stealth in the US. It is not “by chance” that Diane Feinstein managed to find herself Head of the Senate Intelligence Commitee, that William Cohen was Sec of Defense, Joe Lieberman, Paul Wolfowitz was Asst Sec of State and then IMF chief; Michael Chertkoff was head of Homeland Security, Carl Levin, head of Armed Service Committee, Daniel Benjamin, head of Counterterrorism . . .”

        “The proof of the Protocols is the Nazi “gas chamber” hoax….”

        “The Protocols is a true representation of the Jewish elders. Open your eyes and look around you. Who are the international bankers and media moguls? If you want to know the true history of this document, you won’t get it from a Jew, who will lie to you or who will ignorantly repeat lies. Amazon’s presentation here is just another politically correct sacrifice to the Jews. Read, “Waters Flowing Eastward”, by Paquita de Shishmareff. It is the one expose of the Protocols that proves their authenticity and how Jews deceitfully claim that it was forged by the Tsar’s secret police, the Okhrana. Also take note of the appendix of “Secret Societies and Subversive Movements”, by Nesta Webster.”

        • valerie doran

          Are you speaking out against Jews, is that what you are doing? Are you saying that the Holocaust did not really happen because if you are, I have known survivors of the Holocaust . Please forgive my ignorance if I have misunderstood your post. Please enlighten me..

    • Tracy Oliver

      I keep reporting but nothing happens I have never seen such vile and violent threats to the JEWISH community.