House Resoulution 246: Hail Israel

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  1. upside-down cake

    upside-down cake Well-Known Member

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    You'd think that dissent and the right to protest were...American-ish values. Sorta foundational to the ideals of the society we sometimes adhere to...

    But of course, when it comes to Israel we have new rules. Special rules for the special people.

    In 2016 my rat Governor, Cuomo, signed anti-BDS legislation into West Israel (colloquially known as New York City) that basically allowed major financial institutions to boycott and blackball anyone supporting anything determined to be in opposition to Israel. This passed quietly, of course. We were more concerned about Russians in our emails.

    Yesterday, our POS legislators signed into national law HR: 246 which officially makes it illegal to condemn Israel and will put such pressure on any group that is found to be in opposition to Israel. You know who relies on finances? Every freakin one. But don't let this concern you. Worry about the Russians...in your emails...hacking your government elections. They're the ones undermining American democracy.

    Year by year this country is being formally...legally...annexed under Israeli law and everyone's worried about Sharia law taking over the country.

    There's snakes in the garden... I'm telling you. One day we will wake up and there will be an Israeli flag flying next to the American one over the White House. One year we will wake up, and it will only be the Israeli one.

     
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  2. PrincipleInvestment

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    When did religious bigotry become an American-ish value? The minute 2 pro Palestinian lobbyists in congress said it was? The resolution re-affirms free speech, and dissent. If Omar & Tlaib don't want to do business with Jews they don't have to. And Tlaib launched another Nazi Zionist genocide tirade while the bill was being circulated and gaining signatures in the House. Tlaib & Omar's American-ish anti-semitism is alive and well ... sadly. ::(:
     
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    It reaffirms free speech and dissent while outlawing it, genius.
     
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    Did you actually read the bill? Would you care to point out the language contained in it that makes it illegal to condemn Israel?
     
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    Outlawing it eh? A resolution isn't a law. And while the resolution was being passed around and signed by it's 350 co-sponsors, Rashida Tlaib was on the House floor delivering another beautiful sermon on the evil Nazi Zionist war crimial regime. So I could set all reality aside, and pretend everyone in congress, except the 17 congresspersons who did not vote to pass the resolution are fascists ... or ... point and laugh at what you've posted. >> :roflol:
     
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