On February 24, the Jewish Daily Forward published its ‘investigation’ into the ‘Self-Hating, Israel Hating (S.H.I.T)‘ creeps on president Donald Trump’s advisory board to fight Islamists planning to destroy the Zionist entity.
According to the investigation, Sebastian Lukas Gorka, PhD, deputy to Trump’s senior strategic adviser, Steve Bannon, a pro-Israel jerk was associated with Hungary’s second largest political party Jobbik which supports Hamas and Iran.
Based on this ‘investigation’ the powerful Israel lobby group ADL’s top gun, Jonathan Greenblatt demanded Trump to get rid of Dr. Gorka.
Ironically, the Jerusalem-based Israel’s hasbara news-outlet Breitbart reported on February 14, 2017: “The media are attempting to smear former Breitbart editor Sebastian Gorka. His colleagues at the site could testify, Gorka is not only pro-Israel but also pro -Jewish.” I guess, another Zionist Fake News!
Sebastian Gorka was born in 1970 in London to a Hungarian family who immigrated to Britain before sent to Auschwitz. He returned to Hungary in 1992 to study at Budapest University. He returned to UK in 2008 and took US nationality in 2012 by marrying American citizen Katharine. He has been working as military and intelligence expert on Islamic terrorism (6% Muslim vs 7% Jewish according to FBI’s 2006 report) for the pro-Israel media.
In 2013, Jobbik leader Gábor Vona referred to Islam as “the last hope for humankind, in the darkness of liberalism and globalization. A single culture tries to preserve its heritage, and this is the Islamic world.”
Traditionally, Hungary’s White nationalists are not openly Islamophobic. In fact, they’re in general tended to differ markedly from White Christian politicians in North America and much of western Europe in their support for Palestinian nationhood and criticism of the Zionist regime. During Israel’s war on Lebanon in 2006 Jobbik openly supported Hizbullah.
Even though Jobbik has Jews among its leadership, most of its Christian members dislike country’s 100,000-strong Jewish community for its loyalty to a foreign state of Israel.
In November 2012, Márton Gyöngyösi, member of Jobbik’s shadow government, called upon the government to prepare a list of Jewish politicians and community leaders arguing they pose threat to country’s security.
In 2015, Márton Gyöngyösi had represented Hungary at the UD congressional Intelligence-Security Forum for foreign MPs. The forum was chaired by no other than GOP Congressman Robert Pittenger, a blind supporter of the Zionist entity.
In January 2014, then British foreign secretary Theresa May, banned Jobbik’s leader MP Gábor Vona to address Mozgalom (movement for a better Hungary) event in London under pressure from her Jewish masters at the Board of Deputies of British Jews.
Earlier in November 2013, Gabor Vona visited Ankara where he urged for a unity among Christians and Muslims to fight menace of Jewish power in the West.