14 thoughts on “‘Daddy’ Trump Comes to Milo’s Defense – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. I must say I am amused by the outcry from right-wing Jewish groups about the deliberate omission of Jews from Trumps statement on the Holocaust. They thought only the despised Muslims would bear the brunt of Trump’s administration. Well, they were wrong, as they should have known. One of the reasons why the American Neo Nazi’s are so fond of Israel is because Israel puts the Muslim Ayrabs in their place, but another is because they (secretly for now, but maybe openly soon) wish American Jews would move there. Racists that they are, they believe that Jews and Asians have disturbingly high I.Q’s, which threaten their own rightful place at the top of society in the US.

  2. [Comment deleted: you are now moderated. I just deleted another comment of yours about the UC Berkeley event telling you it was off-topic. Now, you’re repeated the same offense. You are moderated. If future comments respect the comment rule, they will be approved. If not, they will not.]

        1. [Comment deleted for comment rule violation. This was your 5th comment in the past 24 hrs. Don’t publish more than 3 in any 24 hrs.]

  3. Apparently, liberal democracy allows only free speech of liberal ideas but not other ideas.
    The left practice just as much violence as the right. Different sort of violence but still violence.

      1. Hi Benny. Does ‘these days’ include Alexandre Bissonnette?

        Or these:

        The 2015 Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting (3 killed), the 2015 Charleston church shooting (9 killed), the 2014 ambush attack on Las Vegas police officers (5 killed), the 2014 Overland Park Jewish Community Center shooting in Kansas (3 killed), the 2014 Pennsylvania State Police barracks attack in Blooming Grove, Pennsylvania (1 killed), a 2012 tri-state killing spree by white supremacists, David Pedersen and Holly Grigsby (4 killed), a 2012 ambush of St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana police (2 killed), the 2012 Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting (6 killed), the 2011 FEAR group attacks (3 killed); a murder in 2010 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania (1 killed), a 2010 suicide attack by airplane in Austin, Texas (1 killed), the 2009 shooting of Pittsburgh police officers (3 killed); the 2009 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum shooting (1 killed), the 2009 assassination of George Tiller (1 killed), the 2009 murders of Raul and Brisenia Flores in Pima County, Arizona (2 killed), the 2009 murders in Brockton, Massachusetts (2 killed), the 2008 Knoxville Unitarian Universalist church shooting (2 killed), and the 2004 bank robbery in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

        Your posts are so convincing. Keep up the good work.

      2. @ Ben: I don’t permit fact-free comments in the comment threads. The list of right-wing violence in the U.S. Israel is voluminous. The list of victims is enormous. Same holds true for Israel.

        But it is instructive that you, a pro-Israel apologist, is sticking up for Richard Spencer, a neo-Nazi. You’re not such strange bedfellows after all.

        You are now moderated. Further fake news from you could result in banning.

        1. Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood? Pennsylvania State Troopers Barracks?
          How are these ‘Right wing’? Because Elizabeth says so?
          Talk about fake news!

          And BTW. I said left wing violence THESE DAYS, not from 8 and 13 years ago.

          BTW. I’m not sticking up for Richard Spencer, and I won’t stick my head in the sand and ignore leftist violence either.

          1. @ Ben: The Colorado Springs killer was most certainly a far right extremist. They have been murdering abortion providers for decades.

            Elisabeth also omitted some earlier right wing extremist violence like the Murrah Building Oklahoma City bombing (153 dead) and a more recent one: the assassination of a federal judge and near murder of a Congresswoman in Arizona.

            One masked person punching one neo-Nazi does not constitute an outbreak of left wing violence. Though I would argue that Richard Spencer courts such violence through his own deliberate alt-right hate speech. He IS shouting fire in a crowded theater. That is speech that could & should be regulated or restricted given that it incites violence by its very nature.

            As opposed to a single punch in the jaw, thousands have been killed in far right violence in the U.S. & around the world over the past decades.

            It’s been nearly 5 decades since the Red Brigades & Bader Meinhoff gang terrorized Europe. And even longer since anarchists assassinated William McKinley here in the US. Nice try though.

          2. “One masked person punching one neo-Nazi does not constitute an outbreak of left wing violence” – TRUE BUT, open TV and see the violent protests against Trump, all the property damaged and silencing whoever doesn’t agree… than you can see clearly the outbreak of LEFT WING VIOLENCE.

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