November 21, 2016
Jewish culture revolves exclusively around torturing non-Jewish people to death.
Look at their many holidays and traditions, from Purim to Hannukah, and you will find Jews re-enacting these morbid events, like the eating of Haman’s ears; Haman was a Persian king who, along his family, they murdered and mutilated. When a Jew associates himself with someone who may be less likely to hurt Gentiles than is ideal, suspicion is immediately cast upon him by other Jews.
Nobody really knows the motives of Jared Kushner, but they’re probably not good. He is Donald Trump’s court Jew and the primary reason to pause when supporting Trump. With that said, so far, evidence of him having disproportionate or deferential influence over Trump and his budding government is scant (so far). In fact, I would argue that the mainstream media is exaggerating Kushner’s role in order to demoralize Trump’s supporters, much like they have been doing with claims that Trump’s transition team is full of lobbyists and sell-outs (in truth, Sessions, Bannon and Kobach are about the best you can hope for).
Nevertheless, there is a fissure among Jews in respect to Kushner: some view him as Judah’s last foot in the door in the Trump government, while others are attacking him ferociously as a “Sonderkommando” – the latter being a good sign.
American filmmaker Rob Reiner accused President-elect Donald Trump’s Jewish son-in-law of turning his back on his religion.
“I don’t understand Jared Kushner at all. What is he doing? He’s turning his back on his religion and his heritage just so he can make money? I don’t get it. I just can’t wrap my mind around it,” Reiner, who is Jewish, told The Daily Beast in an interview published over the weekend.
Kushner is a modern Orthodox Jew, and Ivanka Trump converted to Judaism under Orthodox auspices to marry him.
Reiner, who also is a Democrat and publicly supported Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, pointed out that Kushner’s brothers-in-law Eric and Don Jr. were retweeting memes from anti-Semitic websites and welcoming support from anti-Semitic and racist groups.
“The whole time while all those anti-Semitic memes were being passed on throughout the campaign, [Trump] certainly must have known, and his sons Eric and Don Jr. must have known they were retweeting things from anti-Semitic websites,” Reiner said. “Even if you want to cut them all the slack in the world, they have never to this day said, ‘This is absolutely unacceptable and abhorrent that we are being supported by these groups of people.’ They’ve never said it! So they’re completely comfortable with the idea that anti-Semitic and racist groups are supporting them.”
Jews appear to be pressuring Kushner to in turn pressure Trump into attacking advocates for normal white people. It is quite likely that Kushner is already doing this but getting nowhere, because Trump is his own man and practices the power of veto on his team (he is known for being hands-on in his businesses).
Kushner is the author of Donald Trump’s worst moments, like his awful and robotic AIPAC boot-licking speech, so Trump keeping him away would be a great thing. Trump may fear even more extreme measures from organized Jewry against his person and government, and trying to keep Kushner around as a human shield.
I think when all is said and done, it’s amusing how Jews use diction very similar to how you can hear hardcore “neo-Nazis” talk. Jews are an intensely racialist and genocidal clique masquerading as cosmopolitan men of the universe; once you come to terms with this, you learn not to waste your time trying to plea and reason with them.