Friday, October 21, 2005
Unity... For Some.
Reporting on the Million More Movement Rally:
No wonder the ADL’s mouthpiece, Abe Foxman, tried to discourage leaders of the African-American community from attending the “Million More Movement” rally, which was held on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005, on the Nation’s Mall. The event, from its inception, sounded a positive theme of unity. A theme like that tends to drives hypocrites like Foxman, right up the proverbial wall.Really? Let's investigate some of the Indymedia author's desire for "unity" and establish whether he is a hypocrite while we are at it...
However, Foxman, a rabid ZionistThis had to be specified so you don't get him confused with merely a regular Zionist, galloping Zionist, baby-killing Zionist or Indymedia favourite "Zio-Nazi".
who has appointed himself as a "Thought Policeman" for AmericaSource for this?
didn't buy Farrakhan's message. He patronizingly ranted about the planned rally: "When will someone in the African-American community stand up and say the Million Man March had a positive message, but the pied piper is a racist and anti-Semite? We cannot understand why good people continue to tolerate this outrage of anti-Semitic views and behavior. It seems there is a line of denial, indeed a blind spot among many, within the African-American community when it comes to anti-Semitism."This sounds like a call for unity, however when it comes to Indymedia, Unity doesn't generally include Jews.
The sleazy Rich had close ties to Zionist Israel's secret police - the Mossad. The question was raised in the matter whether the wily Foxman had been acting as an agent for a foreign principal. He denied any wrongdoing. Clinton granted the pardon to Rich, at Foxman's, and others' request, on 01/20/01, just hours before Bush took office.Other comments on "Unity" at Malkin and more on what Abe Foxman thinks of Minister Farrakhan here.