Defamation - Behind the Scenes of the ADL
2014-07-19 0:00

From: youtube.com



"Defamation is a 2009 documentary film by award-winning filmmaker Yoav Shamir. It examines "antisemitism" and, in particular, the way perceptions of "antisemitism" affect Israeli and U.S.

The film examines whether "anti-Semitic" has become an all purpose label for anyone who criticizes Israel and the possibility that some Jews’ preoccupation with the past—i.e., the Holocaust—is preventing progress today."

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Comment: Please see how these young jewish children are brainwashed into believing that the entire world is full of Nazi’s that just can’t wait to kill them all. How can these parents allow this to be done to their children? Talk about enforcement of victim mentality ... to the point of paranoia.

Let’s face it .. not getting time off from work for your jewish holiday is only something a bloodthirsty Nazi would do.










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