SPECIAL ENVOY HANNAH ROSENTHAL IS FIGHTING BAD THOUGHTS

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SPECIAL ENVOY HANNAH ROSENTHAL IS FIGHTING BAD THOUGHTS

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SPECIAL ENVOY HANNAH ROSENTHAL IS FIGHTING BAD THOUGHTS AND TEXTBOOKS FOR THE US GOVERNMENT

Editor's Note: The Tea-Party activists seem to forget that their beloved
Israeli Zionists and their beloved Dick Cheney's national security state
are enormous threats to Constitutional liberty. Here below we see how
the US government's adoption of the Israeli thought police agenda of
suppressing "anti-semitism" and "Holocaust denial" in speech and
textbooks may gradually, through mission creep, result in criminalizing
certain 'bad' books and 'wrong thinking.' If you're worried about being
put in one of Obama's concentration camps, here are some of the grounds
for placing you there: thinking thoughts opposed to rabbinic Judaism and
possessing evil textbooks.

HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR'S DAUGHTER FIGHTS ANTI-SEMITISM FOR THE US GOVERNMENT

by Menachem Rosensaft
Founding Chairman of the International Network of Children of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors Huffington Post | January 19, 2010

(Paragraph headings composed and inserted by Hoffman)

NEW CATEGORY OF "SURVIVORS" - GRANDCHILDREN

If ever there is a group of individuals who understand anti-Semitism
intellectually, emotionally, intuitively and, yes, viscerally, it is the
children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors.

PERPETUAL WHINING AND SELF-PITY

For us the hatred and persecution of Jews is not an abstract concept. On
the contrary, we view it in the very personal context of our murdered
families, and of the suffering our parents and grandparents endured in
places like Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen.

US GOVERNMENT UNDER REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS HAS BEEN FIGHTING CERTAIN
TYPES OF THINKING

Hannah Rosenthal, who was appointed as the State Department's Special
Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism in December, is not only
superbly qualified to spearhead the US Government's efforts to mobilize
international opposition to a centuries-old scourge that has once again
become a clear and present danger of ever increasing dimensions. She
brings to her office the unique perspective of a daughter of a man who
was persecuted and tortured for no reason other than the fact that he
happened to have been born a Jew.

Rosenthal served as executive director of the Jewish Council for Public
Affairs, the policy arm of the organized American Jewish community, and
is a former executive director of the Chicago Foundation for Women. She
was Midwest regional director of the US Department of Health and Human
Services during the Clinton Administration. Because she had been a
member of the advisory board of J Street, the simultaneously pro-Israel
and peace-oriented advocacy group, Jewish paleo-conservatives and right
wing bloggers proclaimed themselves shocked, shocked to discover that
President Obama had appointed yet another progressive activist to his
administration.

Indeed, she is anything but a conventional mainstream organizational
executive. As the JCPA's senior professional, according to a recent
editorial in the New York Jewish Week, she "sometimes confronted an
entrenched old-boys network that was uncomfortable with her outspoken
liberalism, not to mention her gender.

"HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR" IS FREED BY NAZI GOVERNMENT

But Rosenthal also displayed a striking ability to win over many of her
detractors," and she is "someone who sees the fight against
anti-Semitism as the quintessential human rights issue." One of
Rosenthal's most significant credentials in her new post is her identity
as the daughter of a survivor of the Nazi concentration camp of
Buchenwald, the same camp that President Obama visited last June. Her
father, Rabbi Franz Rosenthal, was arrested by the Gestapo in Mannheim,
Germany, during the November 9, 1938 Kristallnacht pogrom, and spent
almost a year as an inmate at Buchenwald. Released through the efforts
of Pastor Hermann Maas, a German anti-Nazi Protestant minister, he
arrived in the United States in December 1939.

Rabbi Rosenthal's incarceration at Buchenwald and his experiences as a
refugee in this country forged his daughter's identity as a fighter for
human rights and against not just anti-Semitism but all forms of racism
and bigotry.

When President Obama said at Buchenwald that "this places teaches us
that we must be ever vigilant about the spread of evil in our own time,
that we must reject the false comfort that others' suffering is not our
problem and commit ourselves to resisting those who would subjugate
others to serve their own interests," his words reflected the very
essence of Hannah Rosenthal's life mission. Her father once told her
that "I survived to have you."

NEWSPEAK: ERADICATING BAD THOUGHTS AND INTOLERANCE

TRANSLATION: NO TOLERATION FOR GOVERNMENT-LABELED BAD THOUGHTS

Ever since, she explains, "I have dedicated my life to eradicating
anti-Semitism and intolerance, both domestically and globally, with a
sense of urgency and passion that my father instilled within me." One of
Rosenthal's challenges is the integration of the fight against
anti-Semitism into the process of international diplomacy. "We are
committed to raising any anti-Semitic incidents within the context of
our bilateral relationships," she says. "It is important for us to urge
other governments to condemn anti-Semitism and take steps against
anti-Semitic manifestations within their own societies.

Governments can be part of the problem or part of the solution. We are
ready to work with governments that want to be part of the solution, and
call out those who don't.

PRESSURE THE MEDIA TO SUPPRESS BAD THOUGHTS

We also must expose and challenge public figures who spread
misinformation and lies about the Jewish people." She is especially
concerned by the rise of new forms of anti-Semitism that require new and
innovative responses. In particular, she advocates forming coalitions
across ethnic and religious lines to counter what she terms the
"insidious" spread of anti-Semitic rhetoric in the mainstream media and
other public settings.

"As with any form of prejudice," she believes, "anti-Semitism is often
based in ignorance and fear. It is easy to criticize and even demonize
people you've never met. Building relationships among different ethnic
and religious communities is central to tearing down walls of hostility.
With dialogue, there is less room for stereotypes to grow and flourish."


US GOVERNMENT MUST STOP EVIL TEXTBOOKS AND CHILDREN'S BOOKS

Among her priorities is calling attention to the increase and spread of
Holocaust denial as a new form of anti-Semitism in popular culture,
especially in parts of the Muslim world. "It is appalling," she told me,
"that notorious anti-Semitic tracts continue to have a considerable
market in many countries, especially among teenagers and young adults.
Along the same lines, we must make every effort to stop the inculcation
of anti-Semitism in children through textbooks and children's books. If
we can't get the next generation to be free of the anti-Semitic
attitudes, we cannot meaningfully combat anti-Semitism."

DOUBLE STANDARD: NOT TROUBLED BY SUPPRESSION OF THE GOLDSTONE REPORT

Rosenthal is also deeply troubled by the double standard with which the
State of Israel is treated at the United Nations. She notes that between
2001 and 2007, there were more than 50 UN resolutions criticizing
Israel's human rights record, in contrast to only five targeting North
Korea, and eight targeting Sudan.

At the same time, she believes that "we must also seize on the few
positive opportunities that the UN provides - including the 2007
resolution condemning Holocaust denial and the UN's annual Holocaust
commemoration - as potential educational tools in countries around the
world."

It is both symbolic and appropriate that the task of coordinating the
official American response to the scourge of international anti-Semitism
should have been entrusted to the daughter of a refugee from Nazi
Germany. President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton must be
commended for appointing Hannah Rosenthal to this sensitive and
critically important position.

Menachem Z. Rosensaft is Adjunct Professor of Law at Cornell Law School,
Distinguished Visiting Lecturer at Syracuse University College of Law,
and Vice President of the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors and Their Descendants.

Michael A. Hoffman is the foremost Talmud and Kabbalah researcher in the
English-speaking world. He is the author of the 1100 page illustrated
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