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1 shutdown  Mon, May 23, 2011 7:50:04am

I am a German Jew. Generations and generations of it. My father was the first in the family born outside Germany since the 18th century. I am qualified to say that my family would have identified the following, in descending order:
1) Pamela Geller is crazy
2) Being a socialist was not high in the German Jewish Identity agenda - communism and socialism was a (vocal) minority pursuit
3) People should mot mistake the (then) nascent reform Judaism movement as “socialist”
4) Pamela Geller still crazy

2 watching you tiny alien kittens are  Mon, May 23, 2011 8:03:48am
Geller further claimed AIPAC members “simply do not comprehend what is being done to them” and compared them to “German Jews.”

Says the woman trying desperately to imitate Goebbels “schtick” when it comes to Muslims?

3 Jimmah  Mon, May 23, 2011 9:08:11am

You’re not a real Jew unless you’re a wingnut Jew. And if you don’t support wingnut Jews (while heaping condemnation on liberal Jews), you’re an anti-semite.

4 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, May 23, 2011 11:00:11am

re: #3 Jimmah

And, remember, even if you are a dues-paying, event-attending AIPAC member, you may easily be denounced as an anti-Semite, AND a socialist, if you clap when the President restates U.S. foreign policy at an event.

5 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, May 23, 2011 11:00:56am

re: #1 imp_62

I am a German Jew. Generations and generations of it. My father was the first in the family born outside Germany since the 18th century. I am qualified to say that my family would have identified the following, in descending order:
1) Pamela Geller is crazy
2) Being a socialist was not high in the German Jewish Identity agenda - communism and socialism was a (vocal) minority pursuit
3) People should mot mistake the (then) nascent reform Judaism movement as “socialist”
4) Pamela Geller still crazy

Yeah, I have never thought of ‘yeky’ as meaning ‘socialist’.

But why should Pam know history, when she can make it up?

6 What, me worry?  Mon, May 23, 2011 11:02:20am

If I could say, Jews aren’t supposed to diss other Jews in public. It’s called a shonda for the goyim - acting shamefully (shonda means shame or pity) in front of non-Jews brings shame to all of us. The phrase is used in different ways. When a Jewish person commits a crime, it’s a shonda for the goyim. Or maybe does something against Israel (Noam Chomsky or Norm Finkelstein). A shame to Jews in front of the world.

I don’t like to diss other Jews and I try to refrain from it, but I also want people to know that Geller is a bad representation of who we are supposed to be, which is a light to the nations.


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