Abraham Foxman: you can’t call a Jew a traitor, unless you’re an anti-Semite
It’s official. If you’re an American traitor and you’re arrested, tried and convicted for treason, but you also happen to be a Jew, then it’s not treason, it’s anti-Semitism.
That’s according to Abraham Foxman, the infamous national director of the so-called “Anti-Defamation League”, a New York-based group that seeks to engender Jewish paranoia and thereby encourage Jewish emigration to Israel.
The New York Times today cites Foxman as saying that the reason why the American traitor Jonathan Pollard is serving a life sentence is because he is a Jew.
Pollard was a civilian intelligence analyst for the US Navy when he gave thousands of classified documents to Israel. He was arrested in 1985 and sentenced to life in prison.
Speaking to Israeli Army Radio on 28 January, Foxman said that Pollard is behind bars not because he is a traitor, but because someone is trying to teach the American-Jewish community a lesson in loyalty. “That to me is on the verge of anti-Semitism,” he added.
Thankfully, nowadays many people understand Foxman for what he is: a ridiculous hatemonger who seeks to create a false perception of rising anti-Semitism in order to justify the existence and promote the colonial aims of the world’s only apartheid state, Israel.
That kind of drivel no longer works. Foxman and his like are urinating in the wind and everyone can see it.