On 16 October 2004 the 108th Congress of the United States passed PUBLIC LAW 108-332 titled the GLOBAL ANTI-SEMITISM REVIEW ACT OF 2004. This was an amendment to the State Department’s Basic Authorities Act of 1956. A new section was added just for the Jews. Why did Congress see the need to add this preferential amendment? Here are excerpts from the Act:
What is always missing from such reasons for increasing Jewish protective laws is the big question – Why? Why are such acts perpetrated against Jews? Is there anything Jews themselves should be held accountable for to curb Jewish behavior? Maybe an objective look at the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” should be undertaken. Maybe before just accepting Jewish reports of acts of anti-Semitism, such as vandalism, prior instances of Jewish anti-Semitic acts against themselves to drum up sympathy and reduce all non-Jew peoples’ freedoms should be taken into consideration. Take special note of the statement “(10) Anti-Semitism has at times taken the form of vilification of Zionism, the Jewish national movement, and incitement against Israel.” That is a very sweeping statement left open to Jewish interpretation. At this time it seems ANY criticism of Israel’s actions or the actions of members within the Jewish-supremacist Zionist movement can, and is, being labeled anti-Semitism. And what about this always escalating increase in world anti-Semitism? This Act was passed back in 2004; by now, according to the constant kvetching of Jews, there shouldn’t be a safe space anywhere for them, since this so-called escalation has never abated. Non-Jews within the ZOG world must always be forced to accept that Jews can do no wrong and are always the victim. Let’s face it, they revel in their supposed irrational, eternal persecution; it is their trump card to be used against all non-Jews. So what was the purpose of the GLOBAL ANTI-SEMITISM REVIEW ACT OF 2004? You can read it here:
The Secretary of State, whose office is now held by the very pro-Israel, Mike Pompeo, was given the power to appoint a Special Envoy to monitor anti-semitic behavior around the world and then report back to the State Department. American attorney Elan Sherod Carr was appointed to hold the Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating anti-Semitism position on 5 February 2019, and is the current incumbent. Carr is also a JAG Corps officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and an Iraq War veteran. While appearing to be the all-American hero type, more interesting facts are detailed on his Wikepedia background page. “Carr is of mixed Iraqi Jewish and Ashkenazi Jewish heritage. His grandfather, a descendant of Baghdad religious leader Abdallah Somekh, was prosecuted during Iraqi show trials against Jewish community leaders during the time of the founding of the state of Israel.During Carr’s Iraq War service, he led U.S soldiers in lighting a Hanukkah menorah in Saddam Hussein’s presidential palace [isn’t that just special]. Carr’s mother, father, and stepfather are all immigrants to the United States, with his mother having fled from Iraq to Israel, and his stepfather having fled from Nazi-occupied Bulgaria to pre-independence Israel, before both then immigrated to the United States. Carr earned his bachelor’s degree in philosophy and political science at the University of California, Berkeley and his law degree at Northwestern University. He previously served as international president of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He and his wife Dahlia, a physician, met when they were introduced by a mutual friend hosting a Jewish singles event.” I suppose we can thank him for not marrying outside his race. There appears to be a theme here of Jews always having to flee their “native” land to somewhere else due to Jewish persecution. Again, the question arises, why are they always being persecuted? Okay, we know why, but to their own detriment, the ignorant masses either never bother or are too cowed to ask that all-important question.
So, with all the continuing escalation of anti-Semitism throughout the world, the Special Envoy job of monitoring this Jewish threat must take up a lot of time and resources. It must be hard for just one Jew to handle. That’s probably why, as quoted from a Jewish Journal article , “U.S. Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Elan Carr announced on Dec. 6  that Ellie Cohanim has been tapped to serve as Deputy Special Envoy to combat anti-Semitism.”
Ellie Cohanim’s bio can be found on her Linkedin page and it points out that she is no stranger in the fight against anti-Semitism and the promotion of Jewish interests. It says that she has worked for decades as an advocate, policy developer, journalist and public speaker. She’s worked at the senior level with the Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS). She’s anchored major international gatherings such as the AIPAC Policy Conference, the Jewish Federations’ General Assembly, events for the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, and many other conferences. Even before this she was an officer at Yeshiva University in New York.
Her achievements don’t stop there. She has served on the boards of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) (New York Region), the New York Jewish Community Relations Council and the Ester Chapter of Hadassah. Hadassah recognized her as a “Young Leader” in 2010. And she has also served on boards of non-profit groups focusing on education and advocacy for religious freedom and fairness, both domestically and internationally [I’m sure with a Jewish slant]. She has done graduate study in International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is also a graduate of the Muehlstein Institute for Jewish Professional Leadership/NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Is there a family history that includes fleeing Jewish persecution? How could someone holding a cushy diplomatic position fighting anti-Semitism not have such a story. Her bio states that Ms. Cohanim and her family fled her birthplace of Iran during the Islamic Revolution of 1979, amidst the increasing anti-Semitism there. She is able to speak in the Hebrew, Persian, German and Arabic languages. Considering the constant push for war with Iran coming from Israel and forces within the Trump administration, that story about having to flee Iran must have gone a long way in Ms. Cohanim getting the Deputy Special Envoy spot. She couldn’t possibly have ties to the Israeli government or Israeli intelligence services, could she? Just wondering.
It’s good to know that such an over-the-top Jewess will be joining Special Envoy Carr and the U.S. State Dept. in tracking all the naughty anti-Semitic behavior coming from non-Jews around the world. Making sure Jews are protected should be one of the top priorities of all governments no matter what the state of their own citizens.
Just imagine the outrage if, in the above document, you replaced the word Jews with Whites, Israel with the name of any White nation, Holocaust with White Genocide, ‘their own nations’ with Israel and had a definition of anti-Whiteism.
And what does the U.S. State Dept. consider to be anti-Semitism aimed toward it’s greatest ally Israel?
It looks like Israel, for the most part, gets a free pass on anything they do. But they did manage to put that small little caveat statement in italics at the end. I’m sure that holds a lot of weight. After all, Israel should be treated just like any other country when it comes to criticism of their actions and policies, right?