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Biden Considers Marking Israeli Goods With Special Identification

During the Holocaust, Nazis marked Jews with a yellow Star of David as a means of identification and persecution. This discriminatory practice, enforced through decrees and laws, aimed to isolate and marginalize Jewish communities.

The yellow Star of David, often accompanied by the word “Jude” (German for “Jew”), became a symbol of oppression and dehumanization. It served as a tool for the Nazis to implement their racist ideology, segregating Jews from the rest of society and subjecting them to systemic discrimination and violence.

As Joe Biden loses support from his leftwing base over supporting one of America’s closest allies, the president appears to be crossing a line that can only be compared to that history. 

The White House is planning to put a special label on some food that comes from certain parts of Israel. 

Ynet News writes that Biden will do anything for his antisemitic leftwing base as election nears, it appears. 

The Biden administration is drawing up plans to require labeling of products originating from West Bank settlements, the Financial Times reported on Friday, citing U.S. officials.

It is still unclear if and when such an initiative would take effect as part of the Biden administration’s efforts to turn the screws on Israel following reports of a supposed increase in settler violence against Palestinians in the West Bank. The report also highlighted Washington’s frustration with how Israel is conducting the war in the Gaza Strip. 

Products from settlements were prohibited from being labeled in the U.S. as “Made in Israel” until former President Donald Trump reversed the decision, allowing products from the Israeli-administered Area C to be tagged as such. 

Against the backdrop of the U.S. decision, the newspaper cited Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich’s March 22 announcement that the Civil Administration declared 2,000 acres in the Jordan Valley as state land, during U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit to Israel. Two days later, the U.S. abstained from vetoing a Security Council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire and the release of Israeli hostages. American sources stated the U.S. did not want to announce product labeling alongside this unprecedented move.

The administration has not said if they are just going to tag food with yellow badges like Germany once did. 

The sickening move comes as Israel may soon face another front in its war for survival. According to the CIA, Iran is likely to begin attacking the Jewish state

“Israel killed two Iranian military commanders with a strike on Tehran’s consulate in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Iran vowed that it would take revenge for the attack, and now foreign media is reporting that US intelligence is fearful of an attack on Israel.

Tehran is said to be planning a combined attack with a “rain” of drones and missiles fired from its bases at strategic locations inside Israel, according to Al Mayadeen,” one report stated.

Biden has long claimed to support Israel, but as the Democratic party has moved to the left over the past decade, many in the party, including Biden, have cowered to their new anti-Israel, antisemitic base who have claimed they will not vote for the president’s reelection.

Recently, the president of Rutgers University had to flee with help of the police after a group of pro-Palestinian protesters chanted in favor of the destruction of Israel and supported “intifada.”

The White House has cowered to the demands of the protestors as polling has shown Trump leading in states like Michigan. While Biden has never taken accountability for accidentally droning a family in Afghanistan during his botched withdrawal, Biden was quick to use an accidental bombing of aid workers to attack Israel, demanding a “ceasefire” despite the fact that Hamas rejected an offer for ceasefire earlier in the week. 

Biden’s moves against Israel will not likely help him win over the activists he’s depending on. Reuters noted that “President Joe Biden’s demand this week that Israel improve humanitarian conditions in Gaza and support a ceasefire drew sharp attacks both from frustrated political allies who said the U.S. president did not go far enough and opponents who said he went too far.

‘One day the president is ‘angry’ at Netanyahu, the next day he is ‘very angry,’ the next day he is ‘very very angry.’ So what? At the same time there is support for more military aid (to Israel) in a supplemental bill,’ Senator Bernie Sanders, an independent who caucuses with Democrats, said on the Pod Save America podcast on Thursday.

‘You cannot continue to talk about your worries about [a] humanitarian situation in Gaza and then give Netanyahu another $10 billion, or more bombs. You cannot do that. That is hypocritical,’ he said.

Republican Representative Brian Mast, a member of the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, in a statement accused Biden of ‘trying to appease far-left lunatics by demanding Israel accept a ceasefire with terrorists.'”

Many families of the hostages taken by Hamas on October 7, which includes Americans, have expressed fears that pushing for a ceasefire without the release of their family members could have disastrous consequences.

This article originally appeared on New Conservative Post. Used with Permission.

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