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Hikind Opposes US Tax Dollars For Disengagement

ynet reports,

“It is absurd that the American taxpayers should fund a plan that will ethnically cleanse an area of Jews by expelling tens of thousands of Jews from their homes,” stated Assemblyman Dov Hikind, D-Brooklyn.
“And why should US citizens whose government is in the midst of fighting a war on terror pay to help establish what will clearly become a center for global jihad after Israel evacuates?” Hikind said.
The lawmaker arrived in Israel yesterday for a whirlwind tour of many of the West Bank Jewish communities slated for evacuation under Olmert’s convergence plan, which seeks to change Israel’s borders by withdrawing from most of the territory.

Yeah, goddamnit! Why should the US in any way have to pay for the road map it’s imposed on Israel? Better they should pay for Hikind’s staff to fly to Israel to obstruct the IDF from carrying out its evacuation orders. Because, if anyone should be getting ethnically cleansed, it should be those damned Palestinians, right Mr. former-JDL-lieutant Hikind? You sure do speak for New York City’s Jewish community, particularly your large hareidi anti-Zionist constituency, and I’m sure, all the people of color in your district, plus those damned liberal Jewish reshayim who want to make peace in the Middle East and think your esteemed Rebbe Kahane was a prick.
Which, I guess, is at least one quality you share with your deceased hero. Ya prick!

6 thoughts on “Hikind Opposes US Tax Dollars For Disengagement

  1. Back when I lived in NYC, I remember someone showed up at some Jewish event with campaign literature for someone running for some position on the city or state level that was all about the candidate’s position on some matter having to do with Israel, or maybe with Soviet Jews, which was still an issue at the time. I told the campaigner that since the city (or state) of New York did not conduct its own foreign policy, I only cared about the candidate’s position on local issues.

  2. “Why should the US in any way have to pay for the road map it’s imposed on Israel?”
    did the US impose settlements on Israel? the barrier route? the US should pay to move 70,000 settlers from one part of the west bank to another?

  3. “Why should the US in any way have to pay for the road map it’s imposed on Israel?”
    Imposed? More like breathed and the spineless Israeli politicians immediately caved.
    Besides if Israel had an economy of it’s own, one not based on the expectation of manna falling from heaven, they wouldn’t need any american financial help. But hey, that would mean cutting back on “social justice”and other sugar, spice and everything nice.

  4. I put quotes around “social justice” because coming from the mouth of Israeli politicians it has become a joke. Let’s count the damage they have done. Israel has:
    1) a large and, last time i checked , growing flesh trade
    2) Colossal amount of unemployed thanx to their “enlightened” economic policies
    3) Abuse of foreign workers.
    4)An underperforming education system, try solving social problems then.
    And let’s not forget the 3 or so billion Israel gets every year from uncle sam. I’m not against it, I just think Israel should have at least made an effort to become independant of this aid in all this time. All they had to do was cut back on the sugar.

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