Rabbi Posnanski: ‘US is our Palestine’

In l841, at the dedication ceremony of Temple Beth Elohim in Charleston, South Carolina, Rabbi Gustav Posnanski declared: “This country is our Palestine, this city our Jerusalem, this house of God our Temple (Temple of Mount)”.

Since the European established a colony on North America in 1607 CE, Jewish elites along with their Christian counterpart, had played a major role in politics, trade, slavery and prostitution. Professor Howard Morely Sachar in his book ‘History of the Jews in America’ has confirmed that United States was most probably the first Jewish state in Americana. He has claimed that “no law was ever enacted specifically against Jews” – a golden rule which exists even today.

Jewish academic, Dr. Norman Finkelstein in his controversial book, ‘The Holocaust Industry’ has claimed that Israel was not a serious topic among the American Jews until 1967 war. Since then, the Zionist Jewish organizations have turned the Jews from being an American religious group like Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, Hindus and others – into a ‘nation within a nation’. Now, many American Jews carry US-Israel dual citizenship – and worse, most of their leaders openly lobby for the Zionist entity.

Award-winning American columnist and author Allan C. Brownfeld, in his latest article published in the American Council for Judaism, entitled Israel Is Not the Homeland of American Jews, wrote:

As ideas of Jewish nationalism began to emerge in Europe, the leader of American Reform Judaism, Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, speaking of Theodor Herzl and the nascent movement, declared: “We denounce the whole question of a Jewish state as foreign to the spirit of the modern Jew in this land, who looks upon America as his Palestine, and whose interests are centered here.”

The Chairman of the Jewish Agency, Berl Locker, made in 1950 this formal statement before the Action Committee of the World Zionist Organization: “Israel’s flag is our flag and it is often necessary to suffer for a flag. We must see to it that the Zionist flag which has begun to fly above the State of Israel is hoisted aloft over the entire Jewish people until we achieve the completion of the ingathering of the exiles.”

In 1998, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called upon American Jews to make a “mass aliyah” to Israel. In 2000, Israeli President Moshe Katsev called upon Jews around the world to make aliyah and argued against “legitimizing” Jewish life in other countries.

When Israel was first established, many prominent American Jews were concerned about Zionist leaders’ contempt for Jewish life outside of Israel and their desire for a massive emigration of all Jews to the new state. In particular, they did not want Israel to interfere in the internal affairs of the American Jewish community.

In recent years, a mass emigration effort organized and partly financed by Nefesh B’Nefesh, has sought to boost North American emigration to Israel, providing grants of up to $25,000 for each new immigrant. This program, said Prime Minister Netanyahu, will “bring home to Zion our Jewish brethren from the diaspora.”

From Israeli flags in synagogues to “Birthright Israel” trips sending young people on free visits to Israel to a host of Jewish organizations focusing on influencing U.S. Middle East policy – including current efforts to secure the release of Jonathan Pollard, the Naval intelligence officer convicted of spying for Israel – the center of attention within the organized American Jewish community has not been the traditional Jewish religious commitment to God but something far different.

Tikkun editor Michael Lerner asserts that, “We did not survive gas chambers and crematoria so that we could become the oppressors of Gaza.”

“Zionist philosophy never factored in a free and open society with religious freedom for all of its citizens. Millions of American Jews — for many generations – have embraced that free society. A narrow, exclusivist, theocratic state holds little appeal for them,” concludes Allan Brownfeld.

2 responses to “Rabbi Posnanski: ‘US is our Palestine’

  1. Pingback: Why I No Longer Support Israel | SuddenlySlimmer

  2. Mr. Slimmer – somehow your Jewish history reminds me of Crypto Zionists like Dr. Noam Chomsky and Dr. Norman Finkelstein. While both have called Israel “a rogue state” – they have called it “Jewish state”, believe in Zionist narrative of Holocaust, and have blamed Muslims for most of the terrorist activities carried out by CIA, MOSSAD, MI5, KGB, CSIS and RAW around the world.

    The reality is, US president Harry Truman deleted the word “Jewish” when he gave his Christian Zionist blessings to Ben Gurion’s unilateral declaration of “Jewish state” over 54% of Arab land stolen from its natives whose ancestors lived there for over 1400 years.

    The Holocaust was carried out by the Frankist Jews with the help of Nazis and Jewish terrorist groups to solve Europe’s centuries-old “Jewish Problem”, by forcing Jews to immigrate to British occupied historic Palestine.

    The Charlie Hebdo and Kosher market were targeted by Israeli MOSSAD with the active participation of French Secret Service, controlled by Hollande’s Jewish interior ministry. How could Netanyahu miss such a great opportunity to punish French lawmakers for recognizing ‘Palestinian state’ while accusing ‘fanatic’ Muslims for not practicing the so-called “freedom of press”, which is highly abused in both France and Israel. It’s a serious crime to challenge the Organized Jewry’s definition of Holocaust while practicing “GAG Order” in Israel and USA to publish any news exposing Zionist regime’s lies about PA, Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas. Last year, even the JEW YORK TIMES admitted that it obeys Israel’s GAGA Order.

    Women are treated far better in Muslim countries than in Israel, both religiously and socially. Over one million Muslim women perform Hajj in the company of over three million men in Makkah and Medinah – while Jewish women are not allowed to recite Torah at the Wailing Wall or touch the 10-ft thick Roman Fortress foundation in the company of men.


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