Jew Whores of the House Pass Resolution Condemning People Who Hurt the Feelings of Jews

Daily Slave
September 23, 2014

The United States House of Representatives.  Or the World Jew Congress.  What difference does it make?
The United States House of Representatives. Or the World Jew Congress. What difference does it make?

I just don’t know what we would do without this great democracy we have in America.  What would we do without such great freedoms?  We have so much freedom in America that the government doesn’t do anything we want.

While the country is being destroyed by pro-Jew, pro-Zionist, pro-Israel terrorists who hold offices throughout the entire government, the U.S. House decided that it was prudent to spend its time passing a resolution condemning anti-Semitism.  In fact, not one member of the U.S. House voted against this bill.

Apparently these Jew whores think it is more important that they protect the childlike feelings of Jews than resolve real tangible problems that are destroying America.  One of the most apparent problems is the corrupt Jewish power that operates behind the scenes in Washington D.C.  So this resolution, by its own definition, proves that there isn’t anybody in the U.S. House who has any interest in fixing America’s problems.  They are content with the status quo.

Read the resolution here.

The Jew Post provides a more detailed summary of what’s in the resolution and how several Jewish groups are applauding it.

Jerusalem Post:

The resolution, written by congressmen Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Peter Roskam (R-IL), Nita Lowey (D-NY) and Kay Granger (R-TX), calls on the State Department to “maintain combating anti-Semitism as a United States foreign policy priority.”

Citing a recent survey released in May by the Anti-Defamation League, the entire House agreed: its finding that 74 percent of those surveyed in the Middle East hold anti-Semitic views is “stunning.” In Europe, 26 percent of those surveyed held similar views.

“When you criticize the policies of the Israeli government for this or that, that’s one thing,” Nadler said in a phone call with The Jerusalem Post. “The fact is they’ve conflated this for sixty years or more.”

Nadler said the Obama administration saw and supported the resolution before its passage.

“I think they will do everything they can,” he continued. “They have been active in this.”

The administration welcomed the bill publicly on Friday, in a statement to the Post.

“We deeply appreciate Congress’ attention to this issue of great importance,” State Department spokesperson Chanan Weissman said. “Monitoring and combating anti-Semitism has been and will remain a critical foreign policy priority of the United States government.”

…”During Israel’s 2014 Operation Protective Edge aiming to stem the rocket fire and terrorist infiltrations by Hamas,” the resolution reads, “Jews and Jewish institutions and property were attacked in Europe and elsewhere, including attempts to invade a synagogue in Paris, fire-bombings of synagogues in France and Germany, assaults on Jewish individuals, and swastikas spray-painted in a heavily Jewish area of London and also in Rome’s historic Jewish quarter.”

The House also condemned the popularized comparison of Israeli governance to Nazism, and an environment throughout the European continent that has forced many Jewish families to conceal their religious identity.

Various tools at the State Department’s disposal, including its envoy to the Organization of Islamic Conference, participation in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and its special envoy on the issue of anti-Semitism Ira Forman should be fully utilized, and redouble their efforts, the resolution determined.

Jewish leaders in Washington applauded the resolution on Friday morning.

“Through our work with Holocaust survivors and other vulnerable populations, we at Jewish Federations have seen firsthand the importance of fighting against anti-Semitism in our communities,” said William Daroff, senior vice president for public policy and the director of the Washington office for Jewish Federations. “The past few months have made it clear to all that we live in a dangerous time, and it is comforting to know that the Jewish community has the unqualified support of our Congressional leaders.”

On Friday, David Harris, executive director of the American Jewish Committee, briefed a dozen key House members on the anti-Semitic surge, on AJC’s efforts to combat it and on what else can be done from Capitol Hill.

“We are present, working with government officials, civil society representatives, and Jewish community leaders to energetically counter this surging tide of hatred that threatens not only Jews, but, make no mistake about it, the very fabric of the democratic societies where they live,” Harris said.

The National Jewish Democratic Council, Jewish Council for Public Affairs and the Rabbinical Assembly also hailed its passage.

“We have been alarmed,” Rabbi Julie Schonfeld, executive vice president of the Rabbinical Assembly, said in a statement. “We will continue work alongside the State Department… to oppose all efforts to prevent any members of our international community from freely exercising their religion without fear of prosecution or violence.

Regrettably, the bill did not attempt to explain what exactly they mean by the term “Anti-Semitism,” or give any theories as to why it is such a popularly held position across the entire world.

It seems to me that if you want to solve the problem – if it is indeed a problem – the first thing you would need to do is identify what it is and what is causing it.

Andrew Anglin contributed to this report.