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Ivanka: The Art of Self-Projection

John Rowland

Posted on August 12, 2018 13:03

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Instead of parroting legacy media's formulaic, cookie-cutter and discredited diatribes about the Charlottesville political speech gathering, Ivanka Trump should be focusing on her own noxious beliefs and actions.

Like a true demagogue, using the one-year anniversary of Charlottesville, Ivanka Trump has lectured us on "an ugly display of hatred, racism, bigotry & violence."

She admonishes us to "lift one another up [and] strengthen our communities."

All of this while she completely fails to account for the intentionally destructive actions of the Charlottesville mayor and Virginia governor, and the failure of other government employees to do their jobs a year ago.

Oh yeah, on Charlottesville, Ivanka also neglects to mention Dwayne Dixon and his AR-15; an AR-15 which was decidedly involved with her so-called detested "violence."

Failing to account for this AR-15? Can you say discredited?

But Ivanka's hypocritical stink gets worse -- much worse.

Ivanka's husband, Jerry Kushner, is a devotee of Chabad Judaism -- a belief system to which she converted in 2009.

In Jewish Week, rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh names rabbi Shneur Zalman as the founder of Chabad Judaism.

Among Zalman's loving contributions to humanity are the following:

"There is something infinitely more holy and unique about Jewish life than non-Jewish life."

"If a Jew needs a liver, can you take the liver of an innocent non-Jew passing by to save him? The Torah would probably permit that. Jewish life has an infinite value."

“Gentile souls are of a completely different and inferior order. They are totally evil, with no redeeming qualities whatsoever.”

Another famous Chabad-Lubavitch rabbi, Manis Friedman, has stated, “The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way: Destroy their holy sites. Kill men, women and children (and cattle).”

So how exactly do these sentiments, ideas which Ivanka and Jerry affirm by association, "lift one another up . . . strengthen our communities"?

Charlottesville moralizing?  Talk about self-projecting your own hate . . .

This Chabad sect, with its extremist, odious beliefs, throws all good people under the bus, Jew and non-Jew alike.

Shmarya Rosenberg, a student of Chabad who lives near Friedman in Minnesota, explains, “What he’s [Friedman] saying is the standard normal view of a Chabadnik . . . They just don’t say it in public."

American Jewish World's Mordecai Specktor says that the Lubavitchers "are our [Judaism's] fundamentalists."

Former director of the ADL, Abraham Foxman, says of the Lubavitchers: "There are people in our community who have these bigoted, racist views."

So with this poisonous mentality in tow, the delightful Chabad Kushner couple traveled to Jerusalem to attend the ceremony surrounding the US embassy's transfer -- to the tune of Bloody Monday.

Just down the road from Ivanka -- near Gaza, in the same spirit of Charlottesville, that of a political speech protest -- unarmed Palestinians had gathered to voice opposition to the transfer.

While Palestinian babies and others were killed and maimed, many by illegal butterfly-round sniper bullets, Ivanka and Jerry were smiling and toasting away -- dead silent on this "violence" . . . this "bigotry" . . . this death.

Friedman would be so proud.

By self-righteously calling out Charlottesville, Ivanka Trump grossly embarrassed herself; she needs to look in the mirror . . . and then shut up.

John Rowland

Posted on August 12, 2018 13:03


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