4 thoughts on “Israeli Minister Who Called for Genocide to Speak at DC Pro-Israel Event – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. I totally agree that Smotrich’s travel visa should be revoked pursuant to applicable U.S. federal statutes.

    Unfortunately, the State Department has a lot more pressing matters to deal with at this time.

    1. @ Punch:

      the State Department has a lot more pressing matters to deal with

      We pay them to deal with important matters whether more or less pressing than others. Welcoming someone engaged in genocide to the US is a pressing matter for me as a US taxpayer.

      For someone whose IP address resolves to the Philippines as yours does, I don’t think you’re in any position to judge how pressing matters are for the US State Department.

        1. @ Punch:

          And you?

          Me? I have better Israeli security sources than you can ever dream of. So you’re a US government employee shilling for a foreign government. You might want to lay off that. Especially with that purported security clearance. Some in other federal agencies might want to examine where your allegiances lie.

          And why would anyone with a high level US security clearance boast about it publicly? Either you don’t have one; or you’re so insecure you have to tell the world you have one. Makes one wonder whether you’d be a security risk if you had such clearance.

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