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National Museum Of Jewish History In Philly Hosts Islamo Nazi Keith Ellison And Self Hating 'Bend The Arc Jewish Action' Group

August 8, 2016

MIM: The National Museum Of Jewish History in Philadelphia hosted a radical leftist group called "Bend the Arc Jewish Action" and the virulent anti semite radical Muslim Keith Ellison at a reception there. Another guest was Alexander Soros, the son of Jewish self loathing billionaire George Soros, who is a financier of leftist causes which includes MoveOn.org and the Open Society Institute.

"...Bend the Arc Jewish Action held a reception at the National Museum of American Jewish History called "To Bigotry No Sanction: The 21st century Jewish movement for justice in America," with special guests Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA),Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI), Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ), philanthropist Alexander Soros and Bend the Arc CEO Stosh Cotler..." http://www.jewishexponent.com/print/38591

MIM: According to Discover The Networks:

"...As a third-year law student in 1989-90, Ellison penned two columns for the Minnesota Daily under the name "Keith Hakim." In the first piece, he made respectful reference to "Minister Louis Farrakhan," defended the incendiary Nation of Islam (NOI) spokesman and black supremacist Khalid Abdul Muhammad, and, as The Weekly Standard reports, spoke "in the voice of a Nation of Islam advocate." In the second piece, Ellison demanded reparations for slavery and said that African Americans should be offered the option of settling in an all-black, geographically self-contained "homeland" if they wished to do so. In February 1990, Ellison participated in sponsoring Kwame Ture (a.k.a. Stokely Carmichael) to speak at his law school on the subject, "Zionism: Imperialism, White Supremacy, or Both?"a speech that proved to be deeply anti-Semitic.

"...As journalist Joe Kaufman, founder of Americans Against Hate, writes: "Indeed, although he has since denied it, Ellison was involved with NOI for ten long years. In that time, he participated in NOI rallies, including the Million Man March hate fest; he defended NOI hate speech; and he used such NOI aliases as Keith Hakim, Keith X Ellison, and Keith Ellison-Muhammad."

The Council on American-Islamic Relations' (CAIR) executive director, Nihad Awad (a self-identified supporter of Hamas), spoke at an August 25, 2006 fundraiser for Ellison, who accepted thousands of dollars in campaign donations raised by Awad...


MIM: In addition to being a rabid anti semite Ellison is a frequent speaker at events held by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Saudi funded front group for Hamas.

MIM: Excerpt from "Keith Ellison's Stealth Jihad":

"...Ellison's involvement with the NOI resurfaced in 1995. He helped to organize the Minnesota contingent of Farrakhan's Million Man March and appeared onstage alongside Khalid Abdul Muhammad, who, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune proclaimed, "If words were swords, the chests of Jews, gays and whites would be pierced." Muhammad was already infamous by the time of the march; indeed, by the 1970s and 1980s, his hate speech and Holocaust denials were well known and continued into the 1990s.[13] Just two years before the rally in a 1993 Kean College, New Jersey speech, Muhammad had described Jews as "hook-nosed, bagel-eatin', lox-eatin' impostors,"[14] a speech that elicited a 1994 resolution of censure from both houses of the U.S. Congress.[15]..."

...In 1997, two years after the Million Man March, Ellison continued to defend the NOI while displaying further tolerance for hate speech. In October of that year, Joanne Jackson, executive director of the Minnesota Initiative Against Racism (MIAR), created an uproar by saying to a group meeting held in Temple Israel Synagogue that she considered Jews "the most racist white people I know."[19] At a subsequent MIAR board meeting, according to the Star Tribune, Ellison defended Jackson on behalf of the Nation of Islam, stating, "We stand by the truth contained in the remarks attributed to [Ms. Jackson], and by her right to express her views without sanction."[20]


MIM: Bend the Arc Jewish Action came out in support of the anti white anti Jewish pro Islamist "Black Lives Matter" movement and vowed to eradicate "white supremacy".

"Bend the Arc is invested in building relationships with People of Color and Jews of Color. We do this through our domestic racial justice campaigns, supporting the leadership of Jews of Color and working within diverse ecosystems. It is our greatest hope that our communities will find new ways to share our histories of trauma, our experiences of racism and/or anti-Semitism, and continue to find common cause in eradicating white supremacy.

"In this volatile moment, our north star continues to be our commitment to eradicating racism and white supremacy in the United States. We recognize that, at times, advocates may disagree on specific policy issues. While profoundly challenging, these differences should not distract from the broad agreement that exists within the progressive and Jewish community on the need for a bold racial justice agenda. We look forward to continuing to advance racial justice and affirm the value of Black lives."http://www.bendthearc.us/news/releases/bend-arc-movement-black-lives

MIM: Not surprisingly, Bend the Arc doesnt lack for funds to promote their radical leftist agenda.

"...Bend the Arc was formed from the 2011 merger of the New York-based Jewish Funds for Justice and the West Coast-based Progressive Jewish Alliance. It has billed itself as "the nation's leading progressive Jewish voice solely dedicated to mobilizing Jewish Americans to advocate for the nation's most vulnerable." In addition to its policy advocacy, Bend the Arc collects funds for community investing in disadvantaged areas, makes grants to grassroots activist groups and conducts leadership training. The organization had a budget of $5.7 million last year..."


MIM: Alexander Soros' donor bio on the 'Bend the Arc' website echoes the disingenuous talking points of Obama's "You didnt build that" speech and claims that Jewish sucess in America was due to government handouts, not just personal struggle and hard work. He ignores the fact that the vast majority of Jewish immigrants to America were dirt poor, working in sweatshops, living in crowded tenements and were not recipients of any form of government aid.

"As Jews we know that none of us got where we are on our own. American Jews achieved upward mobility, not only through their own hard work, but also because they had access to things like affordable housing, public education, and a safety net that includes the most highly successful anti-poverty programs the world has ever seen Social Security, unemployment insurance and Medicare. The values that created those opportunities, and that allowed so many Jews to move in a single generation from poverty into the middle class, are under a sustained attack. I believe that promoting more civic engagement and support for democratic values are an important part of being Jewish. Bend the Arc is inserting those values into America's public life in a visibly Jewish way that's why I am a strong supporter...." http://www.bendthearc.us/donors/alex-soros

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