One of America’s most vocal Zionist lobbyists, Abraham Foxman, from the Anti-Defamation League, reveals what gets him up in the morning:
Can you be anti-Zionist and not be an anti-Semite? Almost never. Unless you can prove to me you’re against nationalism. If you’re one of those unique individuals in this world that’s opposed to American nationalism, French nationalism, Palestinian nationalism, then you can be opposed to Jewish nationalism. Is it racist? You bet it is. Every nationalism is racist. It sets its laws of citizenship, it sets its own capital… It sets its songs, it sets its values. It is, if you will, exclusive, and you can even call it racist. But if the only nationalism in the world that is racist is Jewish nationalism, then you’re an anti-Semite.. I don’t want to make any apologies for it.
So there you have it. Racism is acceptable. Zionism is racism. A racially exclusionary state, such as Israel, is perfectly acceptable.
And Zionists wonder why, as Mondoweiss blog reports above, that there is now a desperate need for a public forum titled, “Why Zionism has become a dirty word“.