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26 October 2015

Controversial billboard that reads 'America First Not Israel' put up in Detroit

Is this billboard "ant-Semitic"? Listen to the imbeciles from WXYZ-TV Detroit (Channel 7) try to figure it out. We are told, with no explanation or reasoning, that the billboard is controversial.

The billboard's message doesn't clearly, vigorously, and enthusiastically suck Israel's ass, which is of course another way of saying the billboard is "controversial" and "anti-Semitic".
DETROIT (WXYZ) - A new billboard in Detroit is causing a lot of controversy. 
It reads “America First Not Israel.” 
Is it meant to be anti-Semitic or something else entirely? 
That is the million-dollar question, what exactly does the statement on this billboard mean and it really is up for interpretation because we don't have a definitive answer from the organization that put the billboard up. 
The billboard is referencing an incident that occurred in 1948 in the Arab village of Deir Yassin on the west side of Jerusalem. 
The village was attacked and more than 100 men, women and children were killed by Zionist paramilitary groups. 
“This particular ad was not placed in a predominantly Arab-American neighborhood, it is also not a predominantly Jewish neighborhood,” says Heidi Budaj from the Anti-Defamation League. “These ads that were seen across the country are general ads whose goal is to drive a wedge between the American people and the state of Israel.” 
Budaj continues, saying, “This particular sign goes a step further and raises an old anti-Semitic canard of dual loyalty, implying that Jews are not loyal to the country in which they live. Make no mistake that while many of the Jewish people in the United States support the state of Israel as a Jewish state, we are loyal Americans.” 
We did reach out to the organization that had this billboard put up. It is based in the state of New York. So far no one has responded.
The shrew from the Anti-Defamation League talks about "old anti-Semitic canard of dual loyalty". The billboard says nothing whatsoever about "dual loyalty". Why does the ADL shrew raise the subject? The Zioness doth protest too much, methinks. The billboard's message is clear: Put America's interests first, before Israel's. If you put Israel's interests first, you are loyal to a foreign nation, and doing so makes you guilty of more than "dual loyalty" - it makes you guilty of treason. And it's not relevant in which neighborhood such a billboard is placed. Anybody with half a brain could destroy the ADL mouthpiece's "reasoning", but no one gets a chance to rebut the shrew. And that's "freedom and democracy", American style.


Heidi Budaj, Director of the Michigan Anti-Defamation League, asserts that "...many of the Jewish people in the United States support the state of Israel as a Jewish state..." But what kind of policies does Heidi Budaj favor regarding illegal immigrants in America?