Ezra has ripped the CJC and B’nai Brith a good one. You can check it out here.
Here is the part that I especially liked. (I think Ezra was referring to my recent post here):
It’s one thing to be pig-headed, like Burny and BB. But at what point to the bosses at both of those organizations cut their losses? How much longer will the Official Jews keep doubling down on their bets against freedom? I tell you one thing, if you wanted to increase anti-Semitic feeling — and ill-will in the Christian community, which is actually the Jews’ best friend — there is no better way than to be the new fascists of Canada.Are they trying to out-bid Elmasry for that dishonourable title? How bizarre, that not 70 years after the Holocaust, it’s our tribe that is the bully, our tribe that is calling for a limitation of freedom, and our tribe that is so disdainful of public opinion.
The CJC and B’nai Brith are doing more to stoke anti-semitism than 10,000 skin heads could ever do. And they are doing it, ironically enough, with the stated intention of eradicating that which they are blindly fomenting! Just how absurd is that?!
We see whole communities, Christians and conservatives, being picked apart by a law which is supported and instigated by a leadership which claims to represent a racial constituency’s opinion on this law.
So it’s natural to get upset at the leadership of such a constituency when they do such things, and that’s very dangerous to the constituency as a whole.
Before this whole CHRC thing blew out of proportion, I would have looked favourably – or at least neutrally – on groups like the CJC and B’nai Brith.
Not any more.
I know a lot of Catholics. I’ll be sure to warn them about groups like B’nai Brith and the CJC. I’ll do my part to educate the Church leadership – priests and bishops too – of which I have had some interaction with over the years. The leadership of the CJC and B’nai Brith can consider me and thousands like me their opponent.
If regular Joes like me are upset, the Official Jews should ask themselves if there really dumb position in support of the Star Chambers are a smart PR move in trying to build good will and rapport with other communities? Does it do a good job of fighting anti-semitism?
No, I don’t think so. It’s doing the exact opposite. But that’s what they have brought upon themselves.
I hope the grassroot Jewish members wake up and fire their leadership.
Fire. Them. All.