How And Why Does Israel Have So Much Power?

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CNN on Thursday parted ways with contributor Marc Lamont Hill after a speech the college professor made on Israel and Palestine at the United Nations.

A CNN spokesperson confirmed Hill is no longer under contract. The network did not give a reason, but the move comes amid objections to Hill's speech by the Anti-Defamation League and other groups.”
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-new...red-cnn-after-his-speech-israel-draws-n942151
 





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CNN on Thursday parted ways with contributor Marc Lamont Hill after a speech the college professor made on Israel and Palestine at the United Nations.

A CNN spokesperson confirmed Hill is no longer under contract. The network did not give a reason, but the move comes amid objections to Hill's speech by the Anti-Defamation League and other groups.”
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-new...red-cnn-after-his-speech-israel-draws-n942151
From what I have seen, nowhere in his speech did he threaten Israel or Jewish people. They still couldn't handle it.......
 





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From what I have seen, nowhere in his speech did he threaten Israel or Jewish people. They still couldn't handle it.......
The adl is saying that he called for the destruction of Israel when he said something like free Palestine from the river to the sea. Not a direct quote. People on Twitter were going so far as to say it was a dog whistle supporting hamas. They are literally saying that he is calling for violence towards Israel which all kinds of ridiculous. He clearly isn’t calling for violence. He just supports Palestine and support for Palestine is like supporting the raiders in philidelphia.

Some are saying that the phrase from the river to the sea doesn’t have anything to do with hamas. It came around like 50 years ago. Some point out that it was used in modern time as encouragement after a protest. The point is that it is not designated to any particular association and Marc seems to be using it to say he supports freedom for palestians because they are basically living in a gulag, but the truth is that you can’t say that you think Palestinians are living in a modern gulag on modern news networks. All the talk about hamas is deflection and the desire to flood the discussion so people forget things like this.

Shaun king says Marc should not have been fired for it and it does seem like a completely ridiculous thing to fire someone for this as a news network. You are basically openly demonstrating that you are censoring the narrative regarding Israel and Palestine by doing this. So maybe he should be fired because now the people who are not scouring social media to defend Zionism, will come to their senses too.

It is interesting to see the ridiculous things people are saying to Shaun for supporting him. Shaun doesn’t say anything about Israel or Palestine, but there are still a bunch of people identifying as Jewish on his feed calling him an anti Semite. Their like, “ I’m Jewish and you are an antisemite because I say so.”

It is really enlightening. Here is Shaun’s feed for his post.
Here is Marc’s response.
Quite frankly, it is a huge demonstration of the psychological warfare taking place on social media by the Zionists.

The whole thing is being exagerrated. Basically, the guy got fired for supporting Palestine and that’s it and I’m not shocked by this at all. It is like someone showing their cards out in the open after all the attempts to hide them with other campaigns.

In the process, I did find some more reasonable and incredibly intelligent Jewish writers who are getting no attention. One is Israel Shamir http://www.israelshamir.net/

The other is a man named Ron unz. https://russia-insider.com/en/ron-u...wer-and-history?amp&__twitter_impression=true

It is always interesting to see Jewish commentary that is thoughtful and thorough, but still ignored. People want a lucky rabbit foot. They don’t want truth. They don’t want justice. Zionists give people the lucky rabbit foot that they really want.
 





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Allow me to answer your question Etagloc:

Mainly its got to do with Western complacency in regards to less than 1% of the world population holding vast amounts of disproportionate influence, and refusing the criticize the obvious for fear of character defamation.
For example. The State of Iowa is approximately 1% of the total U.S population.
If only HALF of Iowa made up 50% of the wealthiest 1% in the world, would you look at Iowa differently?

Flip Iowa with the global Jewish population. and you have the biggest statistic of the last 100 years.
 





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Allow me to answer your question Etagloc:

Mainly its got to do with Western complacency in regards to less than 1% of the world population holding vast amounts of disproportionate influence, and refusing the criticize the obvious for fear of character defamation.
For example. The State of Iowa is approximately 1% of the total U.S population.
If only HALF of Iowa made up 50% of the wealthiest 1% in the world, would you look at Iowa differently?

Flip Iowa with the global Jewish population. and you have the biggest statistic of the last 100 years.

There are 167 Jewish Billionaires out of 1,152 Billionaires world wide. That's 15%. High representation maybe but not even close to what you are suggesting. If Jews are good at Capitalism hate the game not the player. Drop your bias and see what the real problem here is, Capitalism.
 





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There are 167 Jewish Billionaires out of 1,152 Billionaires world wide. That's 15%. High representation maybe but not even close to what you are suggesting. If Jews are good at Capitalism hate the game not the player. Drop your bias and see what the real problem here is, Capitalism.
Your equation here is missing the many other components of social influence, like ownership and representation in critical fields like media, law, and "higher" education. Finance may be the engine, but its not the whole car.
And here in America the number I projected is much more accurate.
 





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Your equation here is missing the many other components of social influence, like ownership and representation in critical fields like media, law, and "higher" education. Finance may be the engine, but its not the whole car.
And here in America the number I projected is much more accurate.
Well, first your statistic in your first post was slightly misleading as Jews represent 2.2% of US population and you stated around 1. The number of US Jewish Billionaires is only slightly higher than the worldwide average at 19%.

I crunched some numbers and 68% of Jewish households in American make 50K a year of over. The lower end of this isn't exactly rich either (24% is 50-99k for reference) and while that is high and pretty successful for American ethnic groups, it is not remotely to what you contend. I don't have time right now to go over accurate statistics on Jewish representation in media, law or academics I'm sure its no where near you are implying.

Even if it is higher, hate the game not the player. Jews are successful for many of the reasons conservatives pretend to care about, strong family structure and importance on education. If you have a problem with it you really have a problem with Capitalism.
 





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I had never heard of it but I’m not shocked at all.
Here is the odd thing.
There is no loyalty oath for their own government you can criticize and boycott the US and nothing will happen but many American states are now disallowing the criticism, boycott or support of sanctions against Israel for human rights violations.
P.S The Marc Lamont interview I posted above is also eye opening.
 





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Here is the odd thing.
There is no loyalty oath for their own government you can criticize and boycott the US and nothing will happen but many American states are now disallowing the criticism, boycott or support of sanctions against Israel for human rights violations.
P.S The Marc Lamont interview I posted above is also eye opening.
Yeah, I watched the RT video you posted about that. He made very good points and I went to look up more information on the subject after I got done. All I found were a bunch of articles about the teacher who was fired and an article looking at how this happened without anyone noticing. I was like, "you took the words right out of my mouth."

So the interesting thing to notice is that this subject is still entirely censored with the exception of the teacher getting fired.