The latest outburst by Anti-Defamation League chief Abe Foxman over the Pollard spy case—in which he claimed that Pollard’s detention was “anti-Semtism” rather than treason against America—has revealed once again the depth of hypocrisy to which Jewish Supremacists stoop.
According to an article in the Times of Israel, Foxman told “several Israeli news outlets” that the Pollard case was now on “the verge of anti-Semitism.”
Foxman’s twisted logic claimed that the Jewish spy’s continued incarceration is a sign of an “ongoing vendetta” against the “American Jewish Community.”
Although he did not specifically say who exactly was carrying out this “ongoing vendetta,” it is obvious he means Gentiles in America.
Pollard, it will be recalled, was a super spy who was sentenced to life imprisonment for numerous violations of the Espionage Act.
The full extent of the information he gave to Israel has still not been officially revealed. Former Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger described Pollard’s spying as the most damaging in American’s history.
Now, according to the Jewish Supremacist Foxman, Pollard is no longer one of America’s worst traitors ever, but a symbol of “anti-Semitism.”
Note how the Jewish Supremacist hypocrisy works: one of their number commits grand treason against America, and when they are caught, there are no apologies or announcements of regret—merely an accusation of “anti-Semitism”—a wailing that the hated Goyim have dared to incarcerate one of God’s Chosen rather than worship them as they stab America in the back.
As Foxman put it: “Someone is trying to teach the American-Jewish community a loyalty lesson. If it were only a vendetta against one individual it would be bad enough. But it has now become one against the American Jewish community.”
Foxman added that Pollard’s continued imprisonment “an effort to intimidate American Jews.
“And, it is an intimidation that can only be based on an anti-Semitic stereotype about the Jewish community, one that we have seen confirmed in our public opinion polls over the years, the belief that American Jews are more loyal to Israel than to their own country, the United States.”