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Dec 15, 2007
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"The reality is that there is only ONE racism. Racism is any bigotry, discriminatorial attitude towards persons who does not belong to one's own ethnic group. It is impossible to speak about Jewish, Afro-American, White/Caucasian racism without ending up being racist . So in order to speak about Racism, we need to recognize that racism is the same regardless of who is the target and who is the racist.

However, "Racism" doesn't cover f.i Islamophobia, Christophobia, or even Antisemitism or any other non-ethnic bigotry or discriminatorial attitude. The Greek word "Xenophobia" does.

Xenophobia is defined as:
Main Entry: prejudice
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: intolerance
Synonyms: ageism, animosity, antipathy, apartheid, aversion, bad opinion, belief, bias, bigotry, chauvinism, contemptuousness, detriment, discrimination, disgust, dislike, displeasure, disrelish, enmity, foregone conclusion, head-set, illiberality, injustice, jaundiced eye, mind-set, misjudgment, narrow-mindedness, one-sidedness, partiality, pique, preconceived notion, preconception, prejudgment, prepossession, racism, repugnance, revulsion, sexism, slant*, spleen, tilt, twist*, umbrage, unfairness, warp*, xenophobia.
Notes: a person's bias is based on facts, but prejudice occurs without a person knowing or examining the facts.

In short - fear or hatred of that which is alien, strange or different from oneself.

This is why I have chosen to change the Name of this Group to "C2 Members Against Xenophobia". (MAX for short ) This Change is not carved in stone, and I welcome discussion on the matter

BUT, until such a discussion has lead to an understanding that this name change is not a good idea, the Name of this Group stays as it is at the moment

Your Fearless Leader,

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Posted: Dec 15, 2007 1:51am
Sep 9, 2007
It is ironic that Gentile Converts to Judaism, who most often have a true love for the Jewish People and the True Land of Israel, are often forced to jump through insane hoops to get a certified Aliyah Card and be eligible for immigration under the Law of Return, but those little scumbags can slide in, uncircumcised, uneducated and illiterate simply because they have a drop of Jewish blood in their veins.

Police in Israel have uncovered a neo-Nazi ring which was responsible for vandalising synagogues and carrying out attacks on Jews and foreign workers in Israel, a court was told [on September 9].

It appears that the number of Russian Jews who will emigrate to Germany this year will be larger than the number who come to Israel; the law under which Jews from the former Soviet Union can immigrate to Germany is close to the restricted definition of “Jewish under Jewish law.” The Israeli Law of Return, however, is in fact based on the Nuremberg Laws, in which the Germans expanded the definition of who is Jewish in accordance with their own needs.

In November, 2002, an immigrant social worker was called urgently to a school in Kiryat Menachem in Jerusalem to help children and families who were hurt in a terror attack on a bus in the neighborhood. Distressed and anxious, she made her way to the neighborhood by bus. Before she got off the bus, one of the passengers, a Russian-speaking woman, said: “This isn’t enough; we have to finish you off.”


Recently, skinheads have been seen in Hatzor and Kiryat Shmona. In Russian bookstores in Israel, books that promote Holocaust-denial are sold openly (which is against the law), as are cassettes of neo-Nazi songs like “The Nazis are Coming.”

I thought I had seen and read everything. Am I shocked? Yes. And. No. After all Anti-Semitism has always been staple attitude in Russia, so if you don’t really identify with being Jewish, because basically, your parents are half-ass Jews brought to Israel under the Law of Return - which will take anyone with at least one Yid in the family, then is it any surprise that you bring along a culture of hatred for the Jews - after all your are not Jewish, right?


“There is a metaphysical dimension in the Law of Return that comes in to compensate for every drop of Jewish blood for which the Nazis wanted to slaughter the Jewish people,”says writer and essayist Maya Kaganskaya, who has also made a study of fascism in Russia. “Metaphysically, I also agree with it. But in the real sense, the Jewish people is in danger because of it. There is a problem here that is difficult to solve. It’s easy to deal with the neo-Nazi movement - they should simply be thrown out of here. I am familiar with this phenomenon from Russia, where it’s fairly popular. Nazis and Hitler become surrounded by a halo of romanticism in the struggle against the new world. But the real problem is the Law of Return. A Jewish state according to Jewish religious law and a state built on the Law of Return as it stands both lead to the end of the state. It is necessary to bring together intellectuals, demographers and legal experts who will reexamine to what extent and according to what test it is possible to accept immigrants here.”

Yup, revoke their citizenship, deport them back to Russia, and make some real changes to the legislation. It is ironic that Gentile Converts to Judaism, who most often have a true love for the Jewish People and the True Land of Israel, are often forced to jump through insane hoops to get a certified Aliyah Card and be eligible for immigration under the Law of Return, but those little scumbags can slide in, uncircumcised, uneducated and illiterate simply because they have a drop of Jewish blood in their veins. Sorry, but that’s sick.


“For about three years now, the Information Center for Victims of Anti-Semitism in Israel has been active. Its members track manifestations of anti-Semitism in this country through “open” sources, such as the press, and individual complaints that are made to them. The center is headed by Zalman Gilichinsky, 39, a painter by profession, a newly observant Jew who immigrated to Israel from Kishinev.

Over time he has accumulated hundreds of incidents that elsewhere in the world would be defined as “manifestations of anti-Semitism,” but in Israel, the political system and the law-enforcement authorities relate to them with studied indifference. The range of incidents is wide: non-Jewish immigrants calling Jewish immigrants Zhid, an elderly Jewish immigrant woman in Jerusalem being beaten by a non-Jewish caregiver who calls her “Zhidovka,” comments like “Hitler didn’t finish the job,” swastika graffiti found all the time in predominantly Russian-speaking neighborhoods, vandalism in synagogues and cemeteries.”

The Secular Zionist Idea has clearly gone Absolutely Stark Raving Mad!

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Jun 19, 2007
“If you want to find an example of ultra-successful brainwashing of the public by the media, you need look no further than the subject of domestic violence; though I have to admit that child abuse runs it a close second. If you ask the man-in-the-street what he thinks domestic violence is, he will probably tell [...]

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Jun 19, 2007
I love Gadgets. I never could afford them before. Now I can, if I am not too extravagant. One species of gadget that I have always wanted, and rarely had, unless someone was wiling to sell me their old one cheap is Sound-Gadgets. I got myself a new MP3 Player and cool in-ear phone plugs. The [...]

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Jun 17, 2007
At the base of our Torah and our Jewish psyche lies an incessant urgency. Not just a sense that things are not the way they should be, but a relentless yearning that things should heal this very moment. Relentless, because it refuses to decay with time or to fade with disappointment. In the morning, we [...]

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Jun 17, 2007
The New York City Public Schools have officially declared Jewish English, now dubbed Hebonics, as a second language. Backers of the move say the city schools are the first in the nation to recognize Hebonics as a valid language and a significant attribute of American culture. According to Howard Ashland, linguistics professor at Brooklyn [...]

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Jun 16, 2007
Freedom of Opinion, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Expression are most often considered synonymous with each other. When we use them we most often, if not always, mean “Freedom to Express any Opinion we like in Speech.”But is this synonymization accurate? Exactly what is covered by those three seemingly identical expressions? Originally Freedom of Speech [...]

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Jun 16, 2007
Palestinian Refugee Camp in Lebanon Those are HOUSES, even multi Story Houses - they have real walls made of concrete , real roofs and STREETS in between them - yet they are called Refugee Camps. Compare those to this image of “buildings” in a Darfur Refugee camp At best those “buildings” are mud-huts with tarp roofs… Here are [...]

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