Jewish Congressmen: Two Opposing Points of View?
by Ari Bussel and Norma Zager
Recent events have sparked controversy, even among friends, about the ethics and loyalties of Jewish public officials. Rhetoric aside, the hype remains at the forefront, but our attention must focus on what is actually being done to curtail activities that could destroy the Jewish Homeland. We are at a point in history where action is required. This is the time to identify our true friends.
Separating the hype and rhetoric from action seems the real challenge and a cornucopia of answers seems apparent. Of utmost value are answers to the following questions: Who is sincere and who is covering their own disloyal behavior with demagoguery to the highest degree. We disagree about just whom we can actually trust.
Israel and the Jewish People are challenged to the very core of existence and being accused of crimes they have never committed. They are being demonized in preparation for the next Holocaust, one designed to ensure eradication of the People and the State once and for all.
We view these perilous times as most significant. Thirsting for action, we slowly discover our friends--often in the most unlikely places. However, Jewish people are "a house divided," and we truly cannot know who among these politicians can be trusted. Ari and I disagree at times about these officials and their motives.
In the end, of course, the future will unravel and posers will be revealed. In this postcard, Ari's report and findings are presented, then I add another factor into the equation. Ultimately, the reader will offer a third and final thought to the argument. A point-counterpoint and then culmination, so to speak.
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