Monday, April 13, 2020

  • Monday, April 13, 2020
  • Elder of Ziyon
I suffered through the "seder" by Jewish Voice for Peace in support of Rashida Tlaib's election campaign so you won't have to.

Here are a few clips.

Their cleric, Rabbi Alissa Wise, is enamored that Jews have traditionally removed wine when mentioning the Ten Plagues because we should not be happy at Egyptian suffering. But she goes much further, saying that the Egyptians were "set up by an angry God eager to demonstrate his own superiority."

In other words, to JVP, God is an insecure, vain, Trump-like figure punishing Egyptians simply to boost his inflated ego.

Wise also added some "plagues" to the regular list of ten, what she calls plagues happening today. They include  racism, antisemitism, sexism, homophobia, political oppression, and war.

Yet neither Wise nor her group has ever said a word against Arab states, including the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas terrorists they support, who proudly uphold every one of those "plagues" as ideals.

The Rashida Tlaib clips are actually boring, she says very little about Israel and talks a lot about water as a human right. But the person who introduced her prominently wore earrings that said "Fuck Trump."

This is part of a theme I've been exploring lately, that the hate that these far-Leftists exhibit is not hate for ideas or policies but hate for people. They claim to be anti-racist but they act exactly the way racists do - by basing their entire existence on hate for their political opponents, enemies that are 90% of the the Jewish community they pretend to be a part of.

Finally, the host of the fiasco gives a final blessing over the fourth cup of wine - but says the blessing for bread instead.

Which goes to show how little they actually care about Jewish ritual to begin with. This event was advertised for days but there was no preparation to even ensure that the host knew the basics.  To them, a seder is a political event where they can subvert Judaism for their own agendas - they do it with havdalah and other Jewish rituals as well.

While I was watching on YouTube, I put in a snarky comment ("I came late - was your Kadesh the kiddush for Hamas terrorists?") and got banned from adding more. That's fine, but I noticed that during the live session, if I downvoted the video and then watched it with a different ID, my downvote disappeared. The JVP is so insecure about criticism that they even censor the downvotes during the session (they cannot do it afterwards.) This is how committed they are to free speech.

During the "seder" I wondered - how do they look at God telling the Children of Israel to inherit Canaan and to drive out the inhabitants? What do they think of the heartfelt, short prayer "Next Year in Jerusalem"? When it comes down to it, Passover is the most Zionist of holidays, celebrating the Jews freedom not only of fleeing slavery but of becoming a people and a nation in the land God promised to their forefathers. This is what Passover is about, and there is no freedom without the land where a people can determine their own future. Yet these "Jews" want to take that freedom away from today's Jews, in Israel and outside.

The idea of ripping Israel from Jews is offensive enough. But using Judaism as a cover to do that is reprehensible.

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