Max Blumenthal has done it again. A brilliant expose of fascists in the streets of Jerusalem filmed just weeks ago.
These are mostly young Jewis of Western nations visiting Israel and wholeheartedly swallowing the Zionist propaganda to the point of becoming genocidal haters.
Blumenthal sets up a well known “Experiment in Fascism” to find out how these people really feel.
With a fascist mood permeating Israeli government and society, we set out into the streets of central Jerusalem to engage young revelers on the issue of loyalty. Because Israel is debating legislation claiming it is the Jewish sovereign state and has the authority to speak in the name of the “Jewish people,” we thought the opinions of supporters of Israel from the Jewish diaspora were an essential element in any discussion about the proposed loyalty bill. Given the already simmering controversy over “dual loyalty” in the United States, the topic needed to be explored thoroughly and unflinchingly. Did the Zionist loyalty oath represent a fulcrum point in the dual loyalty debate for diaspora Jews? Would diaspora Jews have any objection to taking an oath to defend the Jewish state? If so, did that put their allegiance to their country of residence in question?
The answer is obvious as the subjects, one by one, have not problem repeating a Nazi Oath of allegiance, with only two exceptions and even those were ambiguous at best.
Our oath was deliberately crafted with the most provocative language possible, based almost word-for-word on the Führereid, or the oath that Wehrmacht soldiers had to swear to Adolph Hitler from 1934 to 1945.
Watch the video as the answer to the “dual loyalty” question becomes rather clear to one respondant who has no problem yelling “Fuck America, Fuck Canada“, (4:35).