Monday, February 25, 2008

ADL Controls The Opposition

What Uncle Abe and the ADL think of the "Goyim"

How the Anti-Defamation League
Controls its Opposition

Case History: 2004 Duke University

Palestine Solidarity Conference

By Charles E. Carlson

The Anti-Defamation League is one of the most aggressive
protectors of Jewish and Israeli interests. Its name is an
oxymoron, for the ADL does its work almost exclusively
through the practice of defamation and intimidation. Oddly, its
seems bent on protecting tens of millions of professing
Christians from finding out that they are actually practicing
secular Judaism, or Pharisaism, as Christ called it. They
irrationally support Israel’s occupation and prison wall agenda
in Palestine. We Hold These Truths and this writer have recently
found ourselves a front row center target of an Anti-Defamation
League attack. (Link1) It defamed us to obscure our message
from the students, why Judaized Christians are Israel’s
most radical cheerleaders

"Christian Zionism" (Judaized Christianity) was to be one of the
workshop offerings at the Palestine Solidarity Movement
at Duke University, and this writer was asked to
be a primary presenter. But a week before the conference was
to take place, the ADL became involved, whereupon the student
leaders removed "Christian Zionism" from the agenda and withdrew
their invitation for Carlson to participate in the conference.

There is evidence that the ADL manipulated and probably
intimidated the student committees through the
(ARA) to remove the one topic that would expose Judaized
Christianity, the ADL's primary sacred cow, and the handmaiden
of world Zionism. WHTT’s program reveals how self-defeating it is
for professing Christians to carry out world Zionist aims. This is a
good reason for the ADL not to like it.

The purpose of this paper is to help our friends learn how to identify
their allies and keep others at arm's length. It is an object lesson for
Palestinians and indeed for all Muslims, and for anyone else who
considers it a moral imperative to save the lives of the remaining
Philistines, and tear down the obscene wall, paid for with our own
money. Your author is a friend of the Philistines, the truly
pro-Palestine students, and Duke University, because all are the
underdogs, and all need our support. This paper is not a criticism
of any of these parties or their efforts.In order to remove Christian
Zionism as a workshop topic, the ADL chose to defame We Hold
These Truths
and its founder. It is no surprise to be targeted by
the Anti
-Defamation League; in fact, we're surprised it took them
so long to put WHTT on their front page. The ADL has mentioned
us on its website from time to time; the last time was when we
wrote in support of Mel Gibson's film, "The Passion." ADL President
Abe Foxman used to be on our weekly mailing list (we do not know
how he got there), but he removed himself some months ago, we are
sorry to say.This writer's first experience with the ADL came almost
six years ago. It proved to be a height of arrogance I had not seen
before in my years. I was seated at the head table at a small
luncheon and could not help but notice a man across from
me, who, during most of the speech, ignored the speaker and
even his own lunch, while reading from one of several Journals I
had written. He read intently with undisguised signs of agitation. I
learned from others he was a local lawyer who had signed in
under the name of Friedman. A few nights later, to my surprise, the
same Friedman called me at home and introduced
himself, explaining he was a volunteer for a national organization
whose task it was to watch over the actions of a list of
organizations that included newly formed We Hold These
. Friedman identified Grand Canyon University as
another of the organizations he monitored, and over which
he said, proudly, he had considerable influence, even though
he was a Jew and they were a Baptist college. Friedman then
referred to my various articles featured in the Journals he had
digested and made this amazing statement that I could never
"We can not allow you to continue to print this
kind of thing."

Friedman was talking about hard copy articles, all of which are
still available today on our website. In them, I had written critically
about those who are now called "Christian Zionists" (a term that
did not exist then), and U S Foreign aid to Israel. One was entitled
Using Christians to Make War. Another was The Warmakers’
Attack on Religious Fundamentalism
("Warmakers" being a
synonym then for what are today's Neo‑Cons). Others were
America's First War of Aggression
(Iraq 1991), Missionaries,
Mercenaries, Missiles and Money
, the Untold Story of the
War on the Children of Sudan
, and One Nation Under
, an exposé of Israeli influence over our Congress.

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