Another rally was held yesterday in Toronto with the demand to stop Israel’s actions against the Hamas terrorists in Gaza. The use of the phrase “against the Israeli Jews” in the title would probably cause a fierce reaction from the participants – after all, they’ve worked hard for years to master the little trick of attacking “Zionists” in public to distance themselves from the classical anti-Semitism. They even employ token Jews to enforce their point (like the kapos in the Warsaw ghetto under German control).
The situation reminds me of what Jesus said: “Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.” (Matthew 7:20) Regardless of how hard those people try to use the “anti-Zionist” trick, it is more and more difficult to hide their animosity against the Jews at large, which is the true nature of their views. Israel is the home of over 6,000,000 Jews and if all the demands of the demonstrators against the Jewish state are fulfilled, the latter would quickly disappear.
Here is the movie from the demonstration, but please first read this article to get more details:
For starters, on their event’s Facebook page they went for the old and tried “blood libel” charge – the evil Jewish cannibals truly enjoy Palestinian blood. The new twist is that now they do it through Starbucks coffee. A participant was quick to add: “I did not know that Starbucks is owned by the bloody Jews?”
Here is a screenshot of the “witty” ad (saved in case they delete it):
Some even thought that the government was involved in an elaborate weather conspiracy to spoil the anti-Semitic fun: “Through cloud seeding done by Canadian Air Force you can be assured there will be thunderstorms today at the time of this much awaited rally and demonstration. The fascists will “spoil the party” – CSIS insider.
It seems that CSIS should work harder on that type of sabotage – the thunderstorm came at 3 p.m. and ended quickly, missing the demonstration.
The chants that dominated the demonstration clearly called for the destruction of Israel (you can see that in the movie from the event). “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!” If Arab “Palestine” is expanded from the river Jordan to the Mediterranean Sea, there is no other choice but to push the Jews into the sea. How isn’t this anti-Semitic?
Also, the professionally printed signs that the demonstrators carried called for boycotting the Israeli “apartheid”; boycotting Israeli products; halt to the arming of Israel; military embargo against Israel. If all those boycotts are put into practice, you don’t need to be the Prophet Daniel to foresee what is going to happen to the tiny Jewish state in the sea of Muslim savagery. How isn’t this anti-Semitic?
A prominent guest of the event was Judy Rebick, a person, who has called Israel a “racist state.”
OK, you may say that Judy and the other loons are not representative of the mainstream. However, a look at the list of the official endorsers of this anti-Semitic event tells a different story:
HOPE21 (Korean Progressive Network in Canada)
Arab Palestine Association
Canadian Iranian Coalition for Peace
Coalition For Tamil Rights (CTR)
Committee of Progressive Pakistani-Canadians
Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) – Ontario
Communist Party of Canada
Congress of Progressive Filipino Canadians (CPFC)
Faculty for Palestine
Graduate Research Association of Students in Public Health (GRASP)
Greater Toronto Workers Assembly (GTWA)
Health for All
Independent Jewish Voices Toronto
International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Network (LACSN)
NDP Socialist Caucus
No One is Illegal (NOII)
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
Ontario Public Interest Research Group – York
Philippine Solidarity Network – Toronto (PSNT)
Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAIA)
Ryerson Students’ Union
Socialist Action / Ligue pour l’Action Socialiste
Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights – McMaster
Students Against Israeli Apartheid – York (SAIA-York)
Syrian Revolution Club at York University
The Organization for Afrikan Struggles and International Solidarity (OASIS)
Toronto Coalition to Stop the War
Toronto Forum on Cuba
Toronto Students for Justice in Palestine (UofT Scarborough)
Women in Solidarity with Palestine
York Federation of Students (YFS)
York University Graduate Students’ Association (YUGSA)
Along with fringe organizations like Independent Jewish Voices, you see two large student unions. There were also representatives of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition in Canada – the NDP. The same could be said about the influential labour unions. Not only did the powerful union bosses Sid Ryan and Fred Hahn attended, but they also delivered fiery speeches against Israel (you can hear them in the video).
One of the bosses of Palestine House (which was involved in assaulting Jews earlier this month) also trashed Israel with a true Hitleresque passion.
The participants gathered on Dundas Square at about 6 p.m. For nearly half an hour they had to compete with the lively Caribbean music from a dancing event nearby. Unlike the Al-Quds rally last Saturday, which was dominated by Muslim fanatics, the lefties and “secular” Muslims dominated this one.
Another old chum, who attended the demonstration was the OISE pride Jenny Peto, who has miraculously transformed herself into a man called Ben.
Another champion of gender fluidity also dropped by. The guy below is a staple at all gay and dyke parades, where he appears naked (as shown in the insert) and promotes the idea that a man with a penis could be a 100% woman, if he wishes so. I wonder if the veiled gargoyle walking next to him would agree with his progressive views.
The Iraqi tranny Natasha also found its place in the march, despite the suspicions he/she caused among the participants – supposedly burning an Israeli flag:
In addition to the freaky people, you could see plenty of progressive lefties. Communists of different stripes and a few people from the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) were there:
The signs those people carried, with their swastikas and comparisons between Nazis and Jews, left very little doubt about the nature of their views.
After enjoying a few speeches amidst their screams, the participants headed north for a march on Yonge Street. The procession stopped from time to time, so that another guy could jump on top of the truck and deliver another inspirational anti-Israeli speech.
So what did we learn from the demonstration? The lesson is simple:
Be afraid, be very afraid…
We have reached the point, where the “anti-Zionist” mantra can’t hide the true anti-Jewish sentiments. As I said in the beginning, nothing short than the destruction of Israel could comply with the demands of those, who took part in the demonstration.
And despite the media presence at the event, I can guarantee that nobody will cover what was said and shown at it. The symbiosis between the radical Left and the Muslim fanaticism appears to be complete. If many Jews and their supporters keep pretending that nothing happened, because the papers didn’t cover the demonstration, that is not going to help. (Just like bringing flowers and boxes with dates is not going to transform the anti-Semitic organizers of the Al-Quds rally.)
It’s time to take a strong position against that menace.
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