Skip to comments.NY Subways to Carry Anti-Israel Ads
Posted on 09/14/2011 12:04:03 AM PDT by Never A Dull Moment
Pro-Arab lobbies are funding anti-Israel posters that are to be placed at 18 New York City subway stations this month, part of a nationwide campaign supporting the Palestinian Authority and urging a halt to American military aid to Israel.
The slick advertising program includes pictures of cleanly scrubbed Arab and Jewish children as well as depictions of armed Israeli soldiers detaining Arab terror suspects.
The Two Peoples, One Future group is carrying out the Be On Our Side campaign
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
Well, then, graffiti is going to make a major comeback in this city!
I suppose they won’t allow a poster of Palestinians dancing around blown up Israelis.
You know, I’m reaching my limit when it comes to some of this nonsense.
Bloomberg’s approval or the NY Transit Authority?
Either way, part of Barry’s/Ayers/mualim junkies
grand plan, a significant part of which failed so beautifully tonight, thank God.
I wonder if this could backfire. Jewish Obama supporters have to walk by those as well.
“Jewish Obama supporters have to walk by those as well.”
Jewish support for Obumbo is beyond any comprehension.
They seem to be fond of Marxism and all things that would be detrimental to them.
WTF, how does this work exactly? First, they attack the city, killing thousands. Next thing you know, the city is knuckling under to Arab/muslim propaganda. Not the America I used to know.
The left and Muslim groups picked a fight they cannot win.
As Zer0 says,”they acted stupidly”.
This prediliction for German ideas: Marxism and Bismarckian Welfare State nonsense is most unsettling.
The Constitution and the free enterprise principles it helps support are superior modes of governance to either one of those German concepts.
People should keep THIS in mind as they are being brainwashed.
“Jewish support for Obumbo is beyond any comprehension.”
I know. Being Jewish, it is very frustrating for me. It’s analogous to feminists supporting Islam. I don’t understand it either. I’ve read a number of articles by Mark Steyn and others as to why, but I find all unconvincing.
Still, the results of the NY election are a good sign, and perhaps these billboards will trigger the awareness in at least a few Jewish passersby that the party that deserves their support is the one that supports them in return.
Just in time for the 2012 campaign. The dems are going to regret Obama’s soft-pedaled Islam campaign.
Those bows to the ME rulers are going to blowback in ads.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
It’s only negative to the koranimals.
I would make it my mission to ride those buses every day and deface those ads at every opportunity. No media advertising for terrorists, I can’t believe it’s even an issue...
As far as I’m concerned, the Israelis should have mounted a bulldozer blade to the front of every tank and cleaned house long ago.
Not buses, subways...sorry. Never post before the coffee’s done :^)
He has lost his jewish support. Yesterday’s election in NY was only a sample. Bibi’s last visit to the US opened many eyes. They are now seeing him for what he is.
Let’s get something clear: Jews are NOT fond of Marxism. And you assertion that we do is more than a little offensive.
There is a small segment of the secular population that is on the far left, of which by the way, there is also an abundance of Christians of every denomination, who out number them, as well as those from other religious groups.
The majority of Jews in the USA are simply those who have voted Democrat for the majority of their adult years. The Republican party, until recently, was never welcoming to Jews. People like “Jim “F*ck the Jews Baker’s” remarks did not help the Republicans in this regard. So, the Jews voted Democrat, and they saw that there were not as many Anti-Semites there.
Now that has changed. And those who were in denial, are now seeing very clearly what kind of evil Obama is. Obama and the Democratic party have lost our votes. Last night’s election in NY spoke volumes.
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