just because you are a jew Jared kushner…

Racism is not only discrimination against, 

it is also discrimination for appointing certain people just because they were born jewish. 

It might come as a shocking surprise but not all jews are a like, actually there is quite a diversity in ethnic origins, mentality , political opinions, inclinations etc. , jews are probably as a diverse group as can be, made up of a very diverse variants, much like dogs; they come in all sizes, colors and shapes, having only the Jewish label, whatever that means in common. 

There is Noam Chomsky and there is Benjamin Nethanyahu, Golda Meir and Shulamit Aloni, there is left, right, middle, dark, light, small , tall, fat, thin, loud, quiet , whatever variant you want, there is 

so in which universe does a jewish boy born into a rich real estate dynasty have the skills to make peace in the middle east he hardly knows? 

Based on his experience in travel, i would say Jared Kushner has a better chance of making peace in Hawaii …so lets stop grouping us into one group of  sheep , we are more like dogs, of all types, and i am probably a Jack Russel like my dog 


Jerusalem Post Israel News Politics And Diplomacy
President-elect Trump expressed his faith Kushner’s appointment, saying that “I have a feeling that Jared is going to do a great job.”
President-elect Donald Trump embraces son in law Jared Kushner,(R)
President-elect Donald Trump embraces son in law Jared Kushner,(R). (photo credit:AFP PHOTO)
One day prior to his inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump made an appearance at a candlelight dinner for donors in Union Station on Thursday, promising “four incredible years” and celebrating his surprise November victory.

“So I just want to thank everybody. We’re going to have four incredible years. It’s going to be something special,” Trump said to supporters in attendance.
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(Donald trump speaks to donors Thursday night)

In his speech Trump warmly turned to his daughter Ivanka who was listening in the audience and thanked her for her support throughout his race for presidency: “In the audience we have a very special person who worked very hard, who married very well- my daughter Ivanka.”

The President-elect went on to talk about his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who is slated to become a senior White House advisor working on trade and the Middle East in a rare case of a close presidential family member taking a major job. “I sort of stole her husband,” Trump joked.

While critics were quick to point out that Kushner lacks diplomatic experience, Trump expressed confidence in Kushner’s appointment, saying that the latter is “so great. If you can’t produce peace in the Middle East, nobody can. OK. All my life I’ve been hearing that’s the toughest deal in the world to make. And I’ve seen it, but I have a feeling that Jared is going to do a great job.”

Trump called his supporters “the forgotten man and the forgotten women,” adding that “you are not forgotten anymore.”

Trump takes office on Friday after a bitter presidential campaign marked by allegations of sexual harassment, race baiting and foreign hacking.

About 900,000 people are expected to pack central Washington, including the grassy National Mall facing the Capitol, where the New York businessman and former reality TV star will be sworn in, and the parade route along Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House.

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