The Anti-Israel, Anti-Police Alliance (#NYPD)
My column at The NY Post.
I previously have written about the activities of anti-Israel activists in fomenting confrontation in Ferguson and New York City:
- Intifada Missouri – Anti-Israel activists may push Ferguson over the edge
- Anti-Israel activist still stoking fires in #Ferguson
- “Pigs in a blanket” chanted in #Ferguson long before #NYPD executions
I have a column at The NY Post on the subject, Partners in protest: The anti-Israel, cop-bash link.
Here’s a brief excerpt, head over to the link to read the whole thing:
One of the great under-told stories of the anti-police turmoil after the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand-jury decisions is the instigating role played by anti-Israel activists….
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“Pro-Palestinian” activists have sided with the looters and anarchists, and contributed to the anti-police atmosphere. I think they picked the wrong side and further alienated Americans from the Palestinian cause. If so, as someone who is pro-Israel, I guess I should thank them for that.
But they don’t deserve any thanks, even if they’ve set back their own cause. They’re just sad people who stir up violence and conflict, whether in the Middle East or America. When they win, everyone else loses.
Head over to The Post and share the link on Twitter and Facebook.
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Further evidence of the truth of Blair’s Law.
“the ongoing process by which the world’s multiple idiocies are becoming one giant, useless force.”
Astonishingly true, yet perhaps not to the elitist rulers hovering over the corpse, anticipating their due.
Why useless? They are effective in hurting innocent people.
“Whether it be European fascists, communists and Marxists of the 20th century or dictators, oligarchs and Islamists of the 21st century, the enemies of the United States all have something in common — the singular desire to smash everything of import to the civilized world and the destruction of the individual.”
And let’s not forget that other chestnut, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.”
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