Monday, November 30, 2009

Using The Law For The Good of Israel, or Scraping Off The Teflon

It's about time that we catch the anti-Israeli Left wing Peace Now on their illegal tricks.David Bedein reports:




Philadelphia Attorney Asks US Justice Department to Investigate "Peace Now" as an Unregisted Agent of Foreign Governments

Atty. Lee Bender is the head of the Philadelphia based ISRAEL ADVOCACY COMMITTEE, which has perused documentation which shows that the government of Norway has allocated a new grant to "Peace Now" in the amount of 1.3 million Kroner, which is somehting over $200,000.

Since Peace Now is a legal entity in the US and NOT in Israel, Atty. Bender has asked the US Department of Justice as to why Peace Now has not registered itself as a foreign agent in the USA.

The consequences of Peace Now not registering itself as a foreign agent are that Peace Now runs the risk pf prosecution for functioning in DC as an unregistered foreign agent, since it has been receiving funds from foreign governments for many years.

The Left is coated in Teflon.  That's no surprise, considering that the first four letters in the word "Teflon" T E F L actually spell LEFT.  At present it seems like TEFLON means LEFT ON.  We need to change the order of the last two letters, so we'll have: NO LEFT.


As we all know, at least those of us who have ever owned a Teflon pan, that eventually, the surface loses its no-stick abilities and even becomes poisonous.  Teflon deteriorates very quickly if you cook with high heat.  It's only effective when properly coddled.  The actual pans are generally very poor quality metals.

Hopefully, this lawsuit will fire things up and destroy the Teflon which has been protecting the Leftist Peace Now.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

1. the left, or the vast majority of it, does not hate israel. it loves israel. it just has a different view of what israel should look like than you do. we all need to remember that for the really important stuff we are all on the same side here.
2. yeah, i remember reading about this a while back. im surprised nothing has happened yet.

Batya said...

I don't consider it the "same side" when they have no compunctions about destroying my home and making me a refugee.

The differences aren't benign; they're fatal.

Keli Ata said...

If Peace Now is operating in the US and receiving electronic money transfers from certain Arab nations they could be in a heap of trouble with the US gov't.

It's illegal. Even a deli store owner who sends $50 to help his family in, say, Iran, can get arrested.

Batya said...

It's something else, keli. European countries, read it.

Hadassa said...

Shalom!
Anonymous, could you explain what the "really important stuff" is on which Peace Now and the right-wingers agree? The actions and ideas of Peace Now encompass much more that opinions on the size of the Land of Israel. There's very little common ground. What is that common ground?