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ethnicity: white

Q: Is the US's top diplomat for the Middle East, Jeffrey Feltman, Jewish? What is his short resume?

A: Jeffery Feltman is identified as white not Jewish he was the US Ambassador to Lebanon (2004-08). He went to Ball State.

Oooohh, he's just "white." Mmhmm, that explains everything. Actually, according to Jeffrey, he's a Presbytarian from Greenville, Ohio.

So no, the US top diplomat for the Middle East is not a Jew, he just acts like one.


Peter said…
Hi AP, I 've not looked real hard for the Mossad agents psychiatric hospitalisation story. However, I did find one story here

Good hunting!
A. Peasant said…
hiya Peter, well you know if Floyd thinks it's definitely is. ; )

i tried to run it through a special search service and it got hung, which was a little weird, but i will try again.
nobody said…
Hey AP, haven't read the whole thing yet but as for Feltman being Jewish, that answer to the question was as fine an example of a non-denial denial that you're ever going to find. 'Is identified' eh? Ha ha ha ha, good one. I expect if we pursued it we'd end up in a discussion of what the precise meaning of 'is' is, or somesuch.
A. Peasant said…
i'm glad you saw it. i thought of you naturally. the asia times piece is a little long but it gets into feltman in the lower half, and let's just say, he could definitely pass. but Jesus God it's rude to notice, so you didn't hear it from me hahaha.
Greg Bacon said…
How much blood can a blood-sucker suck?

Op-Ed: U.S. Congress must act to help Holocaust survivors
By Ileana Ros-Lehtinen · December 20, 2009

WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Although more than 60 years have passed since the world witnessed the atrocities committed by Hitler’s regime, many Holocaust-era compensation issues remain unresolved. One of these issues includes the continued failure of insurance companies to pay Holocaust survivors or families of victims for policies purchased before or during World War II. This is one of the enduring injustices of the Holocaust.

For more than 60 years, many European insurance companies have unfairly denied claims, arguing that Holocaust survivors and their families lack documentation -- such as death certificates -- needed to prove policy ownership. But such requirements are unfair and even disgraceful considering that the concentration camps in which many of the Holocaust victims perished did not issue death certificates, and that many of the assets and documents owned by the victims were confiscated by the Nazi regime.

The failure of the insurance companies to settle Nazi-era insurance claims is particularly disturbing given that many Holocaust survivors in the United States live below the poverty line and lack adequate housing, food and medical care.

I have the privilege of representing a district in South Florida, home to one of the largest communities of Holocaust survivors in the nation. Many of the survivors have approached me expressing concerns and frustration over the failure of the insurance companies to settle their claims.

To address this problem, I introduced a bill during the last Congress, along with my colleague U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler (D-Fla.), to require insurance companies that do business in the United States to disclose the names of Holocaust-era insurance policyholders. The bill also allows Holocaust survivors or their heirs to sue the insurance companies in U.S. courts....

I will soon be introducing a Holocaust insurance bill similar to the one that was introduced last Congress. It is time for everyone on Capitol Hill to stand up for Holocaust survivors and the families of the victims by passing this important legislation as soon as possible. Failure to do so would tear the moral fiber of our political institutions and tarnish our country’s long-standing commitment to justice.

We will never be able to erase the pain and suffering caused by the Holocaust. But we can help restore a semblance of justice and dignity to those who had everything stripped from them during one of the darkest chapters of human history.

The number of living Holocaust survivors decreases drastically every year, so any further delays are unacceptable. We must act now to help Holocaust survivors attain a level of justice and prevent insurance companies from being unjustly enriched by the atrocities committed by Hitler’s Germany. Complacency is not an option.

(U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) is the ranking Republican on the House of Representatives' Foreign Affairs Committee.)

Sure, we'll get that money together as soon as you and your kind pay back to the USA the cost of fighting and winning WWII in Europe.

And pay 'reparations' to the surviving family members of the 416,000 American troops that died during WWII.

Let's see, about 5 TRILLION ought to cover that bill.
nobody said…
Hey AP, Still not quite up to speed on the swallows, nor your latest, but that Asia Times piece was Franklin Lamb who I used to read all the time when I was hanging out at counterpunch. Lamb is completely brilliant and for mine blows Fisk out of the water. Thanks for the link. Ciao Ciao.
A. Peasant said…
i'm glad you liked it. merry merry, hope you imbibe something haha.