Friday, 25 April 2014

Imbeciles Galore!

Imbeciles Galore!

▼  April (17)

From: g87
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2014 12:53 PM
I will be posting this item on my blog in the next few minutes, with various links to show what an immoral mess our troika of Jewish community groups have made.
The Zionist Council Of Victoria.
These lunatics were so jealous of Shurat Hadin for DARING to take action against the BDS entity in Sydney Uni – that they set out to actively undermine Shurat Ha Din.
It was an astonishing act of treachery. Sadly it was also imbecilic as it fails to get to any standards of primary school logic.
I was thinking of making a comparison with Kindergarten playtime – but that would have been too brutal: and maybe even incorrect as little children have no airs about them!
They learn consideration to authority figures in primary school.
Let them be thoroughly ashamed of themselves: it all encouraged the judge – who in my opinion made basic errors in law – encouraged in that he had community support!
Well – I have news for the judge: this is not so.
The vast majority of Jews can see the  humbug from the troika!
Let it be understood that at least one person is prepared to expose them – Geoff Seidner!
Oh – by the way – to the eternal credit of Danny Lamm Danny admitted months ago -  that whatever the merits of the case- the judge would be influenced by the troika!
‘’COULD BE’’ he admitted.
It is time the troika admitted what they did and gave support to Shurat Ha Din!
May Hashem forgive them thus!
Geoff Seidner
The Executive Council of Australian Jewry has issued a statement detailing their reasons as to why they are not aligned with Israeli Human Rights group Shurat HaDin’s move to litigate against a NSW professor who advocates BDS against Israeli academics.
Peter Wertheim
Peter Wertheim
In a prepared statement, executive director of The Executive Council of Australian Jewry, Peter Wertheim states: “The campaign to boycott academic and other contacts with Israel is repugnant to all who sincerely seek a just and lasting resolution of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians,” said Peter Wertheim, the Executive Director of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ). “The path to a just peace is through mutual engagement, not vilification. Contacts between Israeli and Palestinian academics should be encouraged and facilitated by their Australian and other colleagues, not stigmatised.”
The ECAJ has long been a vocal critic of the anti-Israel boycott campaign. “The boycott campaign is a calculated attempt to demonise, isolate and ultimately dismantle Israel through the distortion of international law and human rights. The hate-filled protests outside Max Brenner chocolate shops and the ill-considered scheme of Marrickville Council to boycott Israeli products at a cost of millions of dollars to its rate-payers, which was subsequently abandoned, have rightly been condemned and derided by most Australians. All major parties including the Greens, except for a handful of their MP’s, disavow the anti-Israel boycott campaign” Wertheim said.
“The ECAJ believes that the most appropriate and effective way to combat the boycott campaign is to expose its deceptive and sometimes racist rhetoric, methods and aims public scrutiny. In our view, attempts to suppress the campaign through litigation are inappropriate and likely to be counter-productive. It is for this reason that the ECAJ has had no involvement in the action brought by Shurat HaDin and will continue to fight the boycott campaign through public discourse. If any individuals believe they have been adversely affected by racially discriminatory policies and practices of the Centre for Peace and Conflict  Studies they are entitled to have their day in court, but we are opposed to litigation if it is pursued merely as a political tactic.”
Asked whether he believes that all criticisms of Israel are antisemitic, Wertheim answered “No. Israel is a vibrant pluralist democracy and its citizens – Jews, Bedouin, Druze and other Israeli Arabs – are often its most incisive critics. But it is also false to suggest that no criticisms of Israel are antisemitic. There is clearly an overlap, as has been acknowledged by the European Agency for Fundamental Rights, the United Kingdom All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and the members of pa

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