6 thoughts on “Nuremberg and Kahane: Israel’s Judeo-Nazi Legacy – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Battered male children often grow up to be battering husbands whi beat up and kill tgeir families.. Israel is behaving like a battered child who is now committing genocide on 6.5 million Christian and Muslim Palestinians and behaving just like Nazis.

  2. Shalom Mr Richard, I will not hide the fact that I heartly disagree with you. Democracy means that the people can elect whomever they want. In Israel for many years the right was not just ignored; they were decimated. Those who voted for the wrong party could not find employment. No one then spoke of minority rights. The rule was an iron fisted tyranny. Such was the agreement for the Oslo accords, which were opposed by a majority of Israelis, ditto the decision to destroy Gush Katif, and even the past year and a half when Naftali Bennett stole votes from the right and used them for the left.
    I have a premonition that you will have much to write about over the next four years because the incoming government is going to try to right all the wrongs that have been implemented now for decades. It will not be to your liking, but it will be the result of a dulely elected government. If the people of Israel do not like what is done, next time around they’ll vote for others. But if Israelis do like what’s been done, they will be reelected. That’s the way democracy is. I would respectfully suggest that you accept this.

    1. @ Sholem Schick: Being an Israeli with no understanding of how a real democracy works, since Israel isn’t one, you have merely used the logic of fascism to justify a fascist coup. My more in depth response to your self-justifying claptrap is in this post. As I wrote there, what you’re doing is exploiting pseudo-democracy to kasher theo-fascism: https://www.richardsilverstein.com/2022/12/26/israels-kosher-fascism/
      One comment per post. You’ve published your one comment in thread.

  3. I don’t understand something.

    When Bibi’s Likudniks dressed Yitzhak Rabin in a Nazi uniform, that’s ‘incitement’.

    But when Bibi is posed as a Nazi and equated as such, that’s not ‘incitement’.

    1. @ Bertrand:

      when Bibi is posed as a Nazi

      No idea what you’re talking about. But if you’re talking about my comparison of Kahanist ideology with Nazi ideology–if the shoe fits, wear it. Bibi is the head of the Likud. The Likud has thrown in its lot with Judeo-Nazis. If they don’t want to be linked to them then don’t join with them in a governing coalition. As the apt saying goes: you are known by the company you keep. Likud “keeps” unsavory company.

      Not to mention that Bibi himself created the merger allowing the Judeo-Nazis to win the 13 seats. So I’m afraid Bibi will have to be painted with that neo-Nazi brush.

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