Quote of the day—Robert J. Avrech

In the wake of the Jew-hating shooting in Kansas, the National Council of Young Israel, an Orthodox network, is urging Jews, on the last days of Passover, not to walk home alone from synagogue.

With all due respect to Young Israel, that advice is just silly and only reinforces victimhood.

Do you honestly think that a Jew-hating murderer is going to be deterred by two or more unarmed Jews strolling to or from synagogue?

Robert J. Avrech
April 20, 2014
Young Israel Urges Jews Not To Walk Home Alone
[I see nothing wrong with two more people walking together to protect one another. The real point is that when there is significant risk of being attack being unarmed is taking an unnecessary risk.—Joe]

3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Robert J. Avrech

  1. This looks like a job, not for Justice League, but for the Deacons of Decency!

  2. Hmm. Yes; when you’re out hunting rabbits, finding two or more rabbits together isn’t a deterrent to rabbit hunting. It’s good fortune. A target rich environment.

    By paring up, unarmed, our rabbits have merely provided an extra incentive to the hunter.

    If a hunter were to happen upon two or more well-armed rabbits, who were alert, capable and ready to defend themselves such that rabbit hunters would often fail to return home intact, THAT would be a deterrent.

    The difference between humans and rabbits though of course is that humans actually are perfectly capable of being armed and able to defend themselves against predators, whilst all a rabbit can do is run and hide until such time as it is eventually caught.

    Dear Jews; like everyone, you have a choice. Do you want to be prey and simply hope that you’re caught only after living a full life, or take some responsibility for your own defense and thereby deter violence in general at the same time?

    For some, the answer is simple and easy. For others it’s complicated and difficult, but the goal here is to keep that choice available rather than having it forced upon us all by corrupt politicians and their evil handlers.

    • Don’t judge all Jews by the Judenraten and JINOs. They are quislings and/or tyrant wannabes. (Or simply professional victims who lack the courage to stand up against evil.)
      Obama’s patron George Soros was born a Jew. His parents gave him to a non-Jew to protect him from the Holocaust, just before they were hauled off to the camps.
      George was about 12 at the time, as I recall.
      George willingly went around showing the Nazis where the Jews lived so their property could be stolen and they could be shipped off to the camps.
      There are evil people, and people of weak character and little courage, in all heritages, ethnicities, and religions.
      For example, Feinstein, Schumer, Bloomberg, and the others are evil, not because of their names or because they pretend to be a Jews, but because of their behavior, and there are are plenty of Jews who have no use for such Judenraten JINOS and their colleagues in crime. (And have the courage and integrity to call them what they are … see jpfo.org)

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