The lighting of this menorah – the world’s largest – is attended by thousands every year and seen via TV newscasts, internet feeds and other media by tens of millions across the nation and around the world, many of them hundreds of miles from any Jewish community.
Indeed, this menorah has become a premier national and even international symbol of the festival of Chanukah, inspiring many communities across the globe to sponsor more and greater public menorah lighting ceremonies of their own. After all, this is the essence of the celebration – to increasingly proclaim and celebrate the miracle of Chanukah – The Festival of Lights, in the most public manner possible.
In this way, we actively reaffirm the celebration of our freedom, inspired by the historic and present victory of right over might, light over darkness, and understanding and justice over intolerance and bigotry.
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David Frum on The real story of Hanukkah:
The jew narrative, the jew version of history – one big long hoax.
John Kerry: “Happy #Hanukkah! May the lights of the menorah brighten your home and the year ahead. From my family to yours, Chag Sameach.”
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Blatantly celebrating their war on Whites.
Trump spent his Christmas whining about the UN being mean to Izzy. I am really starting to regret voting for him.
I find it encouraging that Trump’s MAGA slogan struck such a cord with Whites worldwide. It is the promise of not merely a continuance, but a return to greatness, a heroic rebirth. This is the very essence of fascism. Is mere survival really enough? Is it really satisfactory to continue on as Walmart shopping, McDonald’s scarfing slobs so long as the genes get passed on? Not to me it isn’t. I want the White race to pick up where it left off, before the two world wars and the Jew knocked it off course. I want the European race to continue its ascent to previously unimagined civilizational heights.
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