• Virtually every single homosexual rights organization in American history has been organized and run by a Jew
By John Friend
The recent Supreme Court ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a major victory for homosexual rights activists, and the push for immigration “reform” in the United States Congress, are two of the more controversial and polarizing public policy issues openly celebrated and championed by the organized Jewish community in America.
On June 26, The Jewish Daily Forward published an article entitled, “Jewish Blessing Great Gay Marriage Ruling,” which highlighted the enormous support for homosexual marriage in the Jewish community and the fact that all three Jewish U.S. Supreme Court Justices – Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, and Elena Kagan –voted to strike down DOMA. According to the article, 81% of American Jews support gay marriage, which represents the second largest pro-homosexual rights demographic in America, just behind the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender ( LGBT) community.
Organized Jewish political interests, along with radical Jewish intellectuals and activists, have long championed the homosexual rights crusade, supporting and advocating for gay marriage and promoting and elevating homosexuality in mainstream American society. Faygele ben Miriam, a radical Jewish homosexual rights activist, led the way over 40 years ago with his effort to legalize homosexual marriage in the state of Washington. Virtually every single homosexual rights organization in American history has been organized and run by a Jewish individual. The notorious international Jewish plutocrat Edgar Bronfman, writing in the Jewish Telegraph Agency, described “Jewish values” as specifically being behind the push for the acceptance and legalization of homosexual marriage.
The support for immigration “reform” – which essentially amounts to full citizenship for millions of foreign invaders, rewarding illegal aliens for their subversion of U.S. immigration laws – from the organized Jewish community, is overwhelming. As is the case with the homosexual rights movement, the push for open borders and the destruction of American sovereignty largely comes from the organized Jewish community. Going back to the landmark 1965 immigration bill, which paved the way for millions of Third World, non-White immigrants to come to America, organized Jewish political and financial interests have championed immigration “reform.”
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On the very same day The Forward was highlighting the overwhelming Jewish support for homosexual marriage, they also ran an article entitled, “Jews Unite Behind Push for Immigration Reform,” which characterized organized Jewry in America as “acting together in a way characteristic of the community on few issues besides Israel,” according to the article.
The article reports:
Those leading an active push for the bill, which will offer a path to citizenship for some of the nation’s 11 million undocumented aliens, include the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, Bend the Arc and the National Council of Jewish Women.
The Senate vote — and the even harder struggle that will follow in the Republican-controlled House — represents the fulfillment of a sustained campaign by the Jewish community for immigration reform, which has built momentum over the past decade.
Vice President Joe Biden raised some eyebrows when he openly praised the organized Jewish community for their role in promoting homosexuality, rendering this abomination a cultural norm in mainstream American society. Speaking at a Democratic National Congress reception celebrating Jewish Heritage Month, Biden was quoted as saying that “I bet you 85 percent of those changes, whether it’s in Hollywood or social media are a consequence of Jewish leaders in the industry,” and that the Jewish “influence is immense,” especially as it relates to promoting the acceptance of homosexual marriage and immigration “reform.”
Clearly, the organized Jewish community is at odds with a growing demographic of traditional, America-first patriots who have long been excluded from both the mainstream media and political establishment.