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Does History Speak Louder than Right-Wing Extremist Propaganda

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Submitted by Rex Bouvier (United States), Aug 11, 2012 at 16:32

Unfortunately, some Jews have an extremely short memory. What led to the Oslo agreements? Who first opened direct communication with Arafat and the PLO? Who initiated the Madrid Conference? Who held up guaranteed loans to facilitate the Russian immigration to Israel? Who held up loans and weapons systems to Israel, attaching the building of settlements in the West Bank to receiving the former and later? What GOP politicians were considered to be outright anti-Semites by the Jews? There were quite a few, if you open your history books.

The conservative right-wing extremists have always been anti-Semitic without exception. As Charles and Robert Koch promote their Tea Party agenda, which was created and initiated via their lobbying organization of the Americans for Prosperity, one can discern a very familiar agenda in historical terms. This agenda has never benefited either the Jews of the United States or Israel. Romney is like a lizard: he adopts to whatever falls upon him or whatever he falls upon. I don't trust lizards, do you?

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