They are flinging food. That's because this dual loyalty issue goes directly to the heart of the matter. You can read about the history and extent of the situation here. Dual-loyalty is the piece of the puzzle that explains everything. Take a look for yourself and see if you don't come away thinking, WTF?
Is this anti-semitic? Is it anti-semitic to notice that Israel's interests are constantly in our faces? Maybe we're just frikking annoyed. Enough already. Why do Americans have to constantly put Israel's interests before our own? It's not right. It's just not right, and it's as simple as that. If you are an American, be an American. If you're an Israeli, be an Israeli. But make a decision and be honest about it. Stop wanting it both ways, because the two things are not the same. As Americans we are under no obligation to adore Israel or any other country for that matter. And to be perfectly honest, I don't adore Israel. Not even a little teeny tiny bit. Actually, not at all. That is my prerogative, and I do not apologize for it. Why would I?
Much more about this at American Goy, including this:
As you donate money to the Jewish causes - a religious education, a Jewish school, a Jewish charity or... AIPAC... think of the effect.Yes. There is not so much high ground here as some people would like to believe. I think that is a very good thing to think about.
I want you to be aware and pick your loyalty.
The retard, outgoing American president has said "You are either with us or against us!".
We, Jews and goyim, have not reached this phase (let us hope we won't).
We can all work together for the betterment of America and mankind (to me, the order is important).
Am I a bigot?
As an American Jew, with all the dual-loyalty brouhaha that accompanies that fact, are you a traitor?
It is all in the nuances, in my opinion.