Toronto’s Establishment Jews Find Ms. Geller’s Views “Distasteful”

Bloody pakhdonim.  Craven fools. They can’t wait to be good dhimmies under the emerging caliphate. Are they  really looking forward to this?

Or this?

Scaramouche was there:

Craven Toronto Rabbis Condemn Pamela Geller Appearance, Pay Lip Service to Our Most Precious Freedom

As far as I know there weren’t any members of Toronto’s Board of Rabbis in the packed audience last night to hear Pamela Geller detail her efforts to put a dent in the inroads being made by Islamic supremacists in the name of jihad. Instead, our esteemed clergy issued this delightfully demented message, a tiny gem of obsequiousness and inadvertent humour:

The Toronto Board of Rabbis (TBR) expresses its profound disappointment that a local Jewish organization has extended an invitation to Pamela Geller, a blogger who is known for her extreme criticism of Muslims in language that is intended to shock and ridicule.

The TBR is a strong supporter of freedom of speech for all, including Ms. Geller. Ms. Geller’s voice and message are already well known here in Canada and beyond. There was no sense in inviting her here to Toronto to speak before a Jewish audience. Sadly the only sure result of this event will be increasing tensions within the Jewish community and between Jews and Muslims in Toronto.

The TBR, which represents rabbis from all denominations of Judaism, wishes to make clear to all that it finds the invitation distasteful, just as it finds Ms. Geller’s views distasteful. We dissociate ourselves from the actions of the radical fringe Jewish group that extended the invitation. We call for more events here in Toronto that will build up friendship and understanding between local Jews and Muslims.

Allow me to express my profound disappointment that a local body of Jewish rabbis has, in a shocking dereliction of duty to the community it serves, chosen the smoke and mirrors–the fraud–of interfaith pieties over freedom. The freedom to condemn the Jew-hate embedded in core Islamic texts. The freedom to criticize grotesque and gruesome Islamic practices–honour killings, the obliteration of female sexual organs, Medieval punishments for apostasy and other “crimes.” And above all–and I would suggest that this is what sets the West apart from lands where Islam calls the shots–the freedom to shock and ridicule, to be saucy and rude, to poke fun at tyrants both petty and great, to “blaspheme,” to blow a big fat, wet raspberry at those dhimmified mice who would silence us in the name of inter-cultural amity and at the false friends they are so desperate to mollycoddle and mollify.

In the war that’s raging between freedom and dhimmitude, I, like Ms. Geller, and like all those who were there last night to hear her, choose freedom. That the Toronto Board of Rabbis has decided that groveling and pusillanimity are the way to go tells you everything you need to know about the “sha shtill” mentality that yet pervades and perverts mainstream Jewish leadership in Canada.