when i see a bit of halacha i like. thats a big talmood
Holy fuck they expelled Alastair Campbell from the Labour Party. He should have said something anti-Semitic, that would have protected him 🤷🏻♀️
when i say we need judaislamic solidarity i mean beyond the superficial “we don’t eat pork!” muslims need to dismantle antisemitism in our community, and jewish people need to do the same with islamophobia in theirs. we actually need to band together because we have so many similarities in our ideas and practices, more similarities than differences. we’re never going to get anywhere with half-hearted jokes, 2019 is the year for action
Dunno if anyone outside the UK has noticed, but Britain in the last week has decided that tipping milkshakes over fascists is what we do now.
To the point that McDonalds were asked by the police to stop selling them, and it didn’t help at all.
Someone with a gourmet giant shake today just drenched Farage and he looks like a sad milky weasel. Blessed day.
the new saying is “lactose the intolerant” lmao
Shoutout to all the patrilineal Jews.
Shoutout to all ethnic Jews who have never been particularly religious.
Shoutout the the ethnic Jews who were raised in a secular home and have now decided to explore Judiasm as a religion.
You are all valid, and you aren’t any less Jewish for it.
Goyim can reblog, just don’t add anything.
I am absolutely begging non-Jews to stop framing the Holocaust as a “more respected” tragedy in comparison to other genocides and atrocities. There seems to be a general belief amongst non-Jews that everyone knows a lot about the Holocaust and is respectful of it. In reality multiple studies have shown that this is not the case. The general public in many places (yes including America) know little about the Holocaust and a shocking number hold antisemitic beliefs about it. Personally in America the education I received on it went only so far as to paint America as a heroic nation while glossing over its own rampant antisemitism including its refusal of Jewish refugees all while showing me graphic images of dead and tortured Jewish people.
I think it’s also important to acknowledge that a lot of meaningful awareness, documentation, etc. of the Holocaust has been fueled by Jewish people in spite of how society has treated our history and not because of it. Nations have minimized their involvement, history has been avoided, justice has often been denied us. We, like every other marginalized group who’s faced similar atrocities, have had to fight to keep our history alive when oppressive systems have done their best to erase it. To believe otherwise is to minimize the effects of both past and present antisemitism on the treatment of our voices.
I also often see non-Jews say things like “well [x] insensitive thing would never be said/believed if it was about the Holocaust” and every time it’s something I absolutely have heard said/believed about the Holocaust. I have had people defend their nazi soldier grandparents to me, been casually told the Holocaust was for the best, met my fair share of Holocaust deniers. Not to mention the general insensitive misconceptions I regularly hear tossed about.
All this to say that y’all need to stop treating Jewish people like some OppressedLite™️ group. Stop talking about antisemitism in the past tense and talking about our history in a way that erases our continuing struggles to keep it alive. Don’t bring us up as a coddled minority. It’ not only inaccurate but fucking dangerous for us when you completely ignore the oppression we’re still facing.
so the rothschilds movie, looked at mel gibson, what a delight to read on his wiki when he got pulled over for a DUI: "Gibson exploded into an angry tirade when the arresting officer would not allow him to drive home. Gibson climaxed with the words, "Fucking Jews… the Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world. Are you a Jew?" and is a racist and antisemitic catholic. nice! (/s)
Don’t forget how he, on a separate and earlier occasion, called Winona Ryder, a Jewish woman, “oven dodger” at a party. At least we have another piece of evidence to point to when we hear how Jews run and control Hollywood.
Reminder for Eurovision: if your mad that Israel is competing because of their human rights abuse, boy do I have something to tell you about 95% of European countries contesting.
ok heres a little informative post
goy = person who is not jewish (ex “i am a goy”)
goyim = people (plural) who are not jewish. “im” is a plural suffix in hebrew, like “s” or “es” in english. (ex “we are goyim”)
goyische / goyishe = adjective meaning not jewish (ex “i am goyische”)
goys = not a word. goyim is a word
gentile = the english word for goy. person who is not jewish. as an english word, the plural is gentiles. (ex “i am a gentile”). goyim tend to use the english word more than the hebrew version, while jews like myself tend to use the hebrew word. if you have trouble with hebrew conjugation, just stick to using gentile/gentiles, bc it’s easier for ppl unfamiliar w hebrew and means the same thing!
goy is not a slur, and this claim doesn’t even make sense, bc “people who are not jewish” is not an oppressed group. saying goy is a slur is like saying gringo is a slur.
hope this leads to less people saying stuff like “i’m goyim”
LaBeouf plays Becket Rothschild, who was cast out from the family. As an adult the charismatic Beckett hatches a plan to get back into the family and claim his birth right. There are nine Rothschild family members who stand between him and his fortune including Whitelaw (Gibson), the family patriarch and villain of the piece.
HanWay Films MD Gabrielle Stewart added: “The divide between the super-rich and the rest of the world is an ever growing one, and it’s both fun and fascinating to delve into its inner bowels along with our hero trying to scramble to the top and claim his piece.”