Following Jewish American Heritage Month, the White House has released a letter exchange between a young Jewish boy, whose parents were invited to celebrate Hanukkah in the nation’s capital last year, and President Obama. The White House holds a special Hanukkah celebration each year.
In Obama’s letter, the president writes that „Jewish traditions and values have made America a better place.“ The Times of Israel reports:
In honor of Jewish American Heritage month, the White House published correspondence between US President Barack Obama and a 10-year-old Jewish boy whose parents attended a Hanukkah celebration with the first family last year. Yadid Frydman Orlow from White Plains, New York, wrote to Obama thanking him for inviting his parents to the reception before asking the president a number of thoughtful questions. Along with asking Obama about his hopes for the future and race issues in the US, Orlow queried why the White House bothered holding a Hanukkah reception considering the small percentage of Jews in the US. In the exchange, published Friday, Obama responded to Orlow by explaining that Jewish traditions and values have inspired American leaders and helped move the country forward. “The story of the Exodus inspired Civil Rights Leaders like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Jewish Americans have helped lead fights for civil rights, workers’ rights, and gay rights,” the president wrote. Obama said that the shared values helped form the “unbreakable” friendship with Israel. […]
Jewish traditions and values have only made America a better place if you are a cultural Marxist and an Israel-firster. If you are a traditional American, it’s clear to see that Jewish traditions and values have entirely transformed and perverted this once great nation into a Marxist hellhole dominated and ruled by Jewish tyrants and their puppets.
TextQuelle: The Realist Report – Monday, June 8, 2015
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