SEPERATION OF SYNAGOGUE & STATE does not exist in America.
The latest conjoining of the two is the ADL’s policy proposals to be included in the Democratic & Republican platforms.
Particularly pernicious and alarming is the ADL’s relentless targeting of the Internet.
Here is a Brave New ‘Zionist‘ World policy proposal the ADL wants on both party’s platforms:
“The ADL believes the US must mobilize government efforts to confront anti-Semitism and all forms of hatred and bigotry.
Anti-Semitic propaganda is disseminated throughout the world via the Internet.
The US must use inter-governmental forums to encourage legislative and judicial action to fight anti-Semitism and encourage the improvement of data collection of all anti-Semitic activities” Here.
The ADL’s persistent power in U.S. politics has been strangely unaffected by its history, probably because that history is so little known.
The Ilhan Omar debate should be shaped by at least two aspects of it.
The first is that the ADL has consistently sought to undermine the left, leveling a charge akin to dual loyalty: that the American left’s calls for redistribution of power, its solidarity with global movements, and its prioritization of people over states threaten the very concept of the state.
Indeed the ADL, in addition to its stated mission of shoring up U.S. support for Israel, is deeply loyal to the U.S. state.
The second is that the ADL has waged a long, vigorous, and successful campaign, alongside AIPAC, specifically to characterize Arab American political organizing as dual loyalty.