December 14, 2019
Has there ever been a Jew who spent his money on something to help humanity, or more specifically, White people?
No, never. Not even once in recorded history.
The concept of a Jew philanthropist simply does not exist. These people only enrich themselves or “help” pit other groups against Whitey. This Ronald Lauder jewligarch is no exception.
Billionaire philanthropist Ronald Lauder is funding a $25 million campaign against political candidates in the United States who support or normalize anti-Semitism.
Lauder, the president of the World Jewish Congress, announced the new campaign, called the Anti-Semitism Accountability Project, or ASAP, on Monday. The effort will include a nonprofit organization and a super PAC.
Lauder will have the final say on which politicians — federal, state and local — will be targeted for defeat, according to The New York Times.
He is a longtime Republican donor, but Lauder told the newspaper he planned to use the organization to go after both Democrats and Republicans who traffic in anti-Semitic language and tropes.
These Jews are not beholden to one party or another. They are simply looking out for their own interests. We need to clear this misconception up and clear it up quick. Jews only adopt certain ideologies because they think they advance Jewish interests. All debates within the tribe essentially boil down to a debate about how to bend a certain ideology or political movement to serve their interests.
There is no point in having debates with the Jews at all, save to point out their hypocrisy and duplicity.
A statement announcing the launch of ASAP said it would “also respond and take action against institutions and cultural figures who support anti-Semitism.” Lauder also told The Times that he would look into universities and their professors, and pressure them to stop anti-Semitic statements and actions by contacting major donors.
ASAP will partner with existing organizations that are working across the country to combat anti-Semitism, the statement said, and encouraged contact from those groups through its website.
The launch comes in response to a documented surge in anti-Semitism across America, according to the statement. According to a poll commissioned by ASAP and conducted by Douglass Schoen of Schoen Consulting, anti-Semitism has doubled over the past five years. Today, 14 percent of Americans hold anti-Semitic beliefs, as compared to 7 percent from a survey released by the Anti-Defamation League in 2014.
The poll used the definition of anti-Semitism of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
A word on this: this is the definition that basically bans all criticism of Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians. European countries have been fighting this because of their precious Moslem babies, but the Anglosphere is moving to adopt this working definition – we see this with the BDS laws in Florida and Texas.
In Europe, you can critique Israel much easier than you can in the US.
Lauder told The Times that he has hired teams of researchers to follow political races across the country “from the most local to the major ones” to track anti-Semitic comments.
Spying on more people because the FBI, ADL and SPLC can’t handle it on their own.
- There is a surge in anti-Semitism
On the face of it, this is good news, but it remains to be seen if this can be mostly attributed to mass immigration.
- Jews are preparing Cheka-style organizations to target bad goyim
People forget that Jews are gangsters and terrorists who are not above using violence to achieve their goals. We need only look at their behavior during the Jewish War or Terror against Russia that spanned much of the 19th and 20th centuries.
They’ve already got Antifa, but they will almost certainly create new and better-funded organizations going forward as well.
- The Jews are out for blood
Folks, we’re about to see a Jewish crackdown the likes of which we have never seen yet in the US.