4 thoughts on “Netanyahu Makes Common Cause With European Anti-Semites – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Hasn’t Vlaams Belang substantially moderated it’s positions over the past 10 years and moved toward the center?

    1. @ Shoshana: Thanks to the resident anti-Semitism apologist for looking for silver linings in the rhetoric of European neo Nazis. I’m sure all the far right Euro parties have moderated their positions in order to gain electoral advantage. But what does it mean to move from being a neo-Nazi to only strongly anti-Semitic? If they’d “substantially moderated its positions” then Belgian Jews would be willing to meet with them. As you’d know if you’d read my post, neither the Israeli embassy nor Belgian Jews will meet w VB. Charles Johnson, an ardent conservative pro-Israel blogger, also detests VB.

      So do you want to stand with Pam Geller who’s a chum of all this Euro scum & riff raff? If so, be my guest.

  2. VB is not an anti-semitic party, rather an anti immigration and nationalist one. For years they have been courting the Jewish vote in Antwerp (rather succesfully it seems, just like the now much larger nationalist party NVA) and this is the reason behind this visit to Israel.

    1. @ eric fux: I think you’re full of crap. I dare you to produce any credible statistic that proves VB has gained Jewish support. Telling us VB isn’t anti-Semitic reminds me of the old joke about the woman who catches her husband cheating with another woman. When challenged he tells his wife: “Who’re you gonna believe, me or your lyin’ eyes?”

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