"Michael Oren accuses ‘New Yorker’ of anti-Semitism for questioning Jewish right to move from NY to West Bank" . Khazars really hate it when you stop their Jewsplaining with some facts/logic (Oren interviewed by Chotiner):
"It is definitely our right. I think it is our incontrovertible right as Jews to live anywhere in our ancestral homeland. . . Anywhere. And a member of the Sioux nation has a right to live on Sioux-nation territory. These are our tribal lands. The cradle of our civilization.
Q. Just to be clear: You were born in New York, correct?
Oren: I was.
Q. So you think that you, as a Jewish person born in New York, have a right to be anywhere in Israel —Copied in part from this blog:
Oren: Absolutely. . .
Q. Where did you get that right?
Oren: It’s my heritage for three thousand years. . . I live in Jaffa. The same right I have to live in Jaffa I have in [the settlement] Beit El or Efrat, or in Hebron. Exact same right. Take away one right, the other right makes no sense. By the way, P.S., most of the lands of pre-1967 Israel are not even in the Bible. Haifa is not in the Bible; Tel Aviv is not in the Bible . . .
Q. You are saying there are Palestinians living in various areas of the West Bank right now. . . which may or may not at some point become a state. But you are saying that, wherever they are living, they have less right to be there than you as a Jew born in New York.
Oren: I didn’t say that. Don’t impute words to me I didn’t say.
Q. I’m sorry, I thought you just said that.
Oren: No, I did not say that in any way. Listen, I don’t think I want to continue this interview. I don’t think this is a constructive interview. You can do with it — I would like to request you withdraw it. I don’t think you are actually interested in anything I have to say. And that’s been my experience with the New Yorker all the time. You guys are just into delegitimization. You are not really interested. Why don’t we call it quits right here, and I will pull this interview? I am relying on you to do that, as a journalist. . .
Q. I am not going to take anything out of context.
Oren: Sure you are. You already have in the questions. Your questions are hostile, but they are not even informed hostile. You are not that good. So let’s just pull it, and we will call it quits, and please don’t call me again. Take care. [Hangs up.]"
As long as journalists understand that they are there to support Israel unequivocally, without asking pesky questions that deal with facts and truth, then the interview will continue. If not, tough shit, the Imperial Overlord Juden will bail out and leave snide anti-Semite remarks, and maybe even graduate you to a Neo-Nazi.
All for asking simple questions grounded in reality. If this reporter had been a Gentile, he'd probably already be looking for work.
Israel and her rabid supporters think the Palestinians should be thanking them for the slow-motion genocide of a people--Palestinians--that have been there for thousands of years, unlike the Khazar impostors.
Can recall seeing the slippery BORNSTEIN on some news show years ago. He thought he was going to be the only talking to the host, but the interviewer had brought in someone to represent the Palestinian side. Oren went ape shit when he found out and was completely off balance for an interview cut short when he decided to walk off.
'Mikey' was born Michael Scott Bornstein, but changed his name to Oren. What's with all these Jews who like to bray about how great and superior Jews are, but change their names? Guess it was part of 'Mikey' renouncing his US citizenship.
What do you get when you cross a bully with an asshole?