Solidarity at the NJ ICE protest

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/07/01/solidarity-at-the-nj-ice-prote.html

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Shofar, so good. Well done, these people.

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Making me proud, thanks this really brightens my day

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Bloody brilliant! Brought tears to my eyes!

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Not quite as terrifying as a bagpipe, but a shofar in the hands of someone who knows how to use it is quite as carrying as a trumpet and there’s a whole language of signals from antiquity that have been preserved to this day.

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Our Rabbi makes a pilgrimage to Auschwitz every year for a remembrance ceremony. He takes the Shofar with him. Just the thought of that sound in that place gives me the deepest of chills.

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New Jersey, don’t f u c k with its natives.

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I thank them for their bravery.

We have to find a better way to make effective protest. I’m not sure if taking the the streets is the most effective use of our time. Protest allow is not going to produce the results that society and politics requires.

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Never forget.

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More of this, please. Sad that it’s necessary but man is it necessary.

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“Never” means for anyone, EVER again.

Good on them.

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How about selling burner phones on the BB store?

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We need a new playbook. This isn’t working.

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At 87% off their list price!

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Shut shit down, get shit done.

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A reminder that the kapos who support or excuse this regime are in the minority of American Jews, most of whom know their history.

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Insert Niemoller’s classic admonition here.

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Also known as the remorseful coward’s lament.

Feeling bad after the fact doesn’t mean shit, once the damage is already done.

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