The Interesting Story of an American Israeli Who Immigrated to Israel

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I will be reading the small book entitled "Life of an American Jew in Racist Marxist Israel," authored by the late Jack Bernstein in 1984.

From the back cover:
THE LATE JACK BERNSTEIN was a rarity - an American Zionist who actually "returned" to Israel, not for a vacation or to summer on a kibbutz, but to live and die in Israel building a Jewish nation. What makes him almost one of a kind, though, was his ability to see through the sham and hype to the oppressive, racist, parasitic character of Zionism as practiced in modern Israel, and his courage to denounce it with the force and fervor of an Old Testament prophet.

Bernstein tells how it was, how it is, and how it will be as long as American taxpayers tolerate their leaders bowing to every wish and whim of the Ashkenazic (Eastern European) elite which rules Israel. He takes the reader on a guided tour through Israel's history, institutions and values, demonstrating how the best traditions of Biblical Judaism have been obscured, corrupted, or cast out to make way for the totalitarian, militaristic, chauvinist monster that is the Israel of today. In Racist Marxist Israel is an irrefutable demonstration that Israeli Jews and their Zionist kindred around the world- maintain a double standard on political morality and ethics, and that they support themselves, indeed wax fat on, the sweat and tears and toil and money of non-Jews.

Many Jews, and many more non-Jews, won't like this book. Its author's insistence that what's sauce for the Gentile goose must also be sauce for the Zionist gander will leave a bitter taste in the mouths of large segments of America's self-hating, sackcloth-and-ashes set. All readers of good will, however, will hail Jack Bernstein for his long and arduous march, from dual-loyalist to practicing Zionist to true red-white-and-blue American patriot, a twentieth-century Paul Revere for all real Americans, Jews and Gentiles alike.

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