Thursday, September 23, 2021

  • Thursday, September 23, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon
On Monday night, September 13, Burlinton VT's City Council and residents debated whether the town should pass a BDS resolution.

The 5 hour video of the meeting is interesting.

The entire first hour of the video was nothing but anti-Israel chants by the pro-BDS side.

It is sort of insane that the city council was so cowed by the haters that they allowed a full hour delay of the meeting before calling it to order.

The first few speakers were against BDS, and that seemed to be the theme - the mindless protesters were pro-BDS while most of the (seemingly all Jewish) residents who spoke at the meeting on the topic were against it.

Councilor Karen Paul (D-Ward 6)....wanted the matter settled Monday night, noting that she'd received 2,000 emails about the resolution, only 10 of which she said supported the measure.
As is often the case, the anti-Israel contingent tries to bully politicians, and to bring this to a vote during Jewish holidays. The Jewish community fought back and the resolution was tabled, but they are always playing defense while the modern antisemites can just keep introducing these resolutions every year.

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