asher63 (asher63) wrote,
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Advocacy Groups

I don't support establishment Jewish organizations, not because I'm an anti-Semite (duh) but because they don't advocate for Jewish interests - or when they do, it is to pursue trivial grievances against easy targets.

Gay organizations and women's organizations have exactly the same problem: their mission is to represent the interests of the Leftist establishment - not to combat the truly dangerous, fascist, and illiberal elements in the world.

We can't depend on the mainstream advocacy groups to take a stand against the islamist fanatics who are threatening women, gays, Jews, Christians, and every other group they don't like, closer and closer to our doorstep. It's up to us to act.
Tags: antisemitism, jihad, queerness, women
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